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About FPGA power reference design

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Hi,

Could you tell me about power supply reference design for FPGA?
Customers are considering "Kintex UltraScale + , XCKU15PFFVE1517-1".

Best Regards,
ACGUY

  • Hello. We do have some Power supply reference designs for Kintex Ultrascale FPGAs (PMP10630, PMP10555, PMP9463, PMP9444), however, I don't see one specifically for the XCKU15PFFVE1517 that you reference. I will check our with our Power Supply Design group to determine if we have a soluition specifically for this FPGA and will get back to you within the next 1-2 business days.

    In the meantime, you can search our Power Reference Design libraries on ti.com. The specific page for the designs I mentioned above can be found at www.ti.com/.../index.html Ultrascale .

    Best Regards,
    J. Fullilove
    Texas Instruments
    TI Designs
  • In reply to JohnFullilove:

    Hello. In follow up to my initial email, I have consulted with our Power Supply Design team and the FPGA based designs that I mentioned in my initial response are all we currently have designed to support the Kintex Ultrascale FPGA family.

    Thank you again for your continued interest in Texas Instruments TI Designs.

    Best Regards,
    J. Fullilove
    Texas Instruments
    TI Designs
  • In reply to JohnFullilove:

    In other words, is not it yet?

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