Twenty-eight years of design engineering in the broadcasting market designing audio and video products for TV, film, and post-production professionals. Programming from 6502s and 56001 DSPs to multi-core processors and Sharcs, board layout from Bishop Graphics tape to many-layer CAD, TTL to Zynq circuit designs, it's been a wild ride.

The Nyquist limit doesn't guarantee reproduction, only the lack of aliasing. Consider a sine wave of 32Hz sampled perfectly synchronously at 64Hz at the zero crossings....

Re: Learning FPGA

Reply posted 2 years ago (10/03/2018)
The learning curve for FPGA design is fairly steep simply because there are so many moving parts to an integrated whole design. FPGA design encompasses hardware,...

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