30 Aug '15, 10pm

Low-cost FPGA devboards have become fairly common. Here's a growing collection of hands-on reviews.

Most Popular Most Commented Meet BeagleBone, the new $89 open source hardware platform, giving electronic enthusiasts a smaller, friendlier and more affordable treat Simple tester checks Christmas-tree lights Bluetooth remote control development kit Software PLL syncs to line using moving-average filter Fanless mini PC consumes just 5W Simple trick to measure plane impedance with a VNA RELATED CONTENT FPGA boards under $100: Introduction FPGA boards under $100: Altera/Terasic DE0-Nano Low Cost Serial Transmission with the LatticeECP2M FPGA Is the FPGA industry cannibalizing itself? The low cost FPGA battle between Xilinx, Altera, Lattice and Actel

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Two New FPGA Families, Designed in China

hackaday.com 24 Aug '15, 8pm

The two largest manufacturers of FPGAs are, by far, Altera and Xilinx. They control over 80% of the market share, with Lat...