FPGA Hardware Testing Analysis

 

FPGA Controlled Tester for Circuit Board Testing and Debugging

The role of FPGAs is increasing to high-speed and high-end applications. FPGA usage in computer and communications systems has grown in parallel with the number of gates and the hgh-speed capabilities of newer/advanced FPGA devices. Usually FPGA applications are limited by their speed of processing. Now FPGAs are emerging as a likely platform for next-generation […]

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National Instruments (NI) VeriStand is the latest version of its configuration-based software environment for creating real-time test and simulation applications, including HIL (hardware-in-the-loop) simulators and test cells. The updated software has been enhanced with a stimulus profile editor and the Inertia test-cell add-on. It also provides expanded native support for 14 modeling environments. NI VeriStand […]

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Altera’s new Whitepaper “System-Level Debugging and Monitoring of FPGA Designs” describes the latest state-of-the-art methods for debugging and monitoring large FPGA designs both during the simulation phase of development and after device configuration, and details the current practices that Altera has identified across a representative number of customer designs. In addition, the paper presents a […]

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The FPGA’s inherent flexibility has proven indispensable for the creation of external I/O interfaces. However, unless I/O is implemented on a daughter card (mezzanine module), replacing the physical I/O components and connectors requires changing the FPGA board design. To avoid these costs, designers have historically relied on the PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC) and Switched Mezzanine […]

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