Xilinx has shipped the first of its 7 series FPGA Kintex-7 K325T Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), a programmable logic tool created with 28 nm technology.
It offers low power consumption for key applications and uses the combined design shared by the 7-series that will help designers to start FPGA creation at present that could move to Artix-7 and Virtex-7 FPGAs.
The solutions come along with the ISE Design Suite 13, AMBA 4 Advanced Extensible Interface (AXI) bus protocol-compliant IP, and is suitable for reference designs. All units operate on the Kintex-7 FPGA KC705 evaluation board to help designers assess power consumption, performance, and other features. The company developed and delivered the platforms within 90 days by using the TSMC's 28nm process.
The device delivers multiple channels at below 12W of power for LTE wireless radio cards and base stations. They offer flat panel displays and ultrasound tools. It incorporates high-bandwidth and low jitter serial transceivers suitable for wired communication applications. It incorporates the Artix-7 and Virtex-7 FPGA families.
The device is cost- effective, power- efficient and allows for rapid production of 350 speed grade, temperature, and housing. All families offer the Targeted Design Platform strategy with scalability and productivity to allow user access programmable logic. The Stacked Silicon Interconnect technology allows for high density, 2 million logic cell FPGA. It features a dual 12-bit, 1 MSPS general purpose analog-to-digital converters, transceivers, DSP blocks and on-chip memory.