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I was wondering if there is any sample code for using the fmc-hpc connection to stream data to another FPGA (using ML605) to either process or transfer the data to a pc (~1Gsps for ~1 second). Thanks
There is no sample code availble at this time but we are working on getting that functionality for the ML-605. Time estimate is about 4-6 weeks from now. Please check back with me mid April and I will provide you with a status.
In reply to Simon Damphousse:
I read this thread and, since we would be very interested in such a sample code, I would like to ask you if you managed to get the FMC-HPC connection working on ML-605 dev. board.
Thank you very much,
Hi Simon, I am also very interested in using this functionality on ML-605. Is there a sample code out yet.
In reply to Ethan wu:
I will check with Simon to find out the status of the ML-605 project after the holiday.
In reply to Jim Brinkhurst84999:
Hi Jim, any update on the ML-605 project? Thanks,
It's still in progress, but hopefully we should have something in the next few weeks.
Excellent, I'll be following this post for more info on the ML605 project. Will information be posted on the EVM's product page?
Is there any update on the ADC12D1800RFB to ML605 project?
In reply to Andrew Stark:
Does the sample ML-605 code exist yet? Is this still an active project? If so, can you relate any details about a TI ML-605 reference design?
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