Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)s have become increasingly powerful and are being used in many prototypes and experimental setups. The basic design flow for the FPGAs has a lot in common with the ASIC design flow, but modern FPGAs provide a number of ready to use resources (DSP slices, memories, even complete processors) and therefore has different constraints and possibilities. At the Microelectronics Design Center we can:
- Help you chose the correct FPGA system / development board for your needs
- Provide you the licenses to use FPGA development tools
- Work with you to debug problems, perform design reviews, share tips and tricks
- Find groups within the ETH that have experience in running similar applications.
Contact us if you have any questions.