What is FPGA Workbench?
FPGA WorkbenchTM provides a complete development environment for building customized solutions based on Concurrent Real-Time’s programmable FPGA cards. FPGA Workbench includes a powerful GUI for selecting and configuring a wide range of pre-developed data acquisition and industry-specific modules to meet your application requirements. The library of functional IP modules includes pulse width modulation, analog I/O, digital I/O, SENT protocol, encoder, ignition, injection, crank/cam shaft, wheel speed sensor and change-of-state.
FPGA Card Features
- 96-channel digital I/O
- 16-channel 16-bit digital-to-analog conversion
- 16-channel 16-bit analog-to-digital conversion
- Altera Arria V family FPGA
- 1GB DRAM
- TCXO clock source
- 8-output programmable clock generator
- Industry standard SCSI 68-pin VHD connectors for I/O
- RJ-45 connectors for multi-board synchronization
- PCI Express x4 revision 1.0a
- Isolated power on all I/O
- Optional NIST traceable calibration
Programmable FPGA Cards
Concurrent Real-Time’s family of programmable FPGA PCIe cards feature a powerful field programmable gate array that supports both digital and analog I/O. The cards can control up to 96 digital I/O signals along with 16 analog inputs and 16 analog outputs. Each card’s I/O functionality is fully customizable by the user by means of the FPGA Workbench tools. The cards feature isolated I/O power, high-speed digital isolators and multi-board synchronization. Optional NIST traceable calibration is available for the analog section. The cards are available with 362K or 504K logic elements.
Intel Altera Quartus Prime Standard Edition for Aria V Development
Available with FPGA Workbench is the Altera Quartus Prime Standard Edition for Aria V Development software that makes it easy to customize a card to meet your exact I/O requirements. Altera tools allow users to develop and integrate their custom HDL code targeted for the Aria V FPGA on the Concurrent RealTime FPGA boards. Altera’s Qsys tool eliminates manual system integration tasks and allows you to focus on designing the custom I/O functionality you need. The Qsys system integration tool saves design time and improves productivity by automatically generating interconnect logic to connect intellectual property (IP) functions and subsystems.
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