The reconfigurable system

Conner, Doug
June 1996
EDN;6/20/96, Vol. 41 Issue 13, p46
Trade Publication
Relates how the author designed a reconfigurable data-acquisition system. Altera's 10K50 as system's PLD; Filtering options; Five designs implemented for the filtering options; Description of a typical data-acquisition cycle; Downloading of the RAM's contents when acquisition is complete.


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