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Curated by Simon Kirkby
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Thanks for the appreciation!!
Are you sure? yes | no
Indeed , some of my reading has pointed towards CORDICS. but a multiplier would help. I just wanted to get my feet wet with some FPGA stuff.What is chance of these being added to XESS catalogue ?
Thanks for the skull!
cool project , i'd buy one. Do you think 8ks LUTs is enough to make a modem ?
I'm not sure; modems encompass a lot of territory. One factor to note is if you are doing a lot of signal processing, then built-in multipliers in the FPGA make things much easier. The iCE40HX8K has no multipliers.
The good thing is you can download the Lattice iCEcube2 or the open source Icestorm software and try your ideas for free. If you describe your design using MyHDL, Verilog or VHDL, then you can easily port it to Xilinx or Altera FPGAs if the Lattice part doesn't work out.
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