element14 unveils PMOD compatible reference design boards by Analog Devices

2nd September 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

element14-logoNew Delhi, 2nd September, 2014: Design engineers looking to extend the capabilities of FPGA/CPLD boards with mixed-signal/analogue integration for rapid development can now take advantage of Analog Devices PMOD Compatible Reference Design Boards from element14.
PMODs are small I/O interface boards that offer an ideal way to extend the capabilities of FPGA/CPLD boards. Analog Devices PMOD-compatible peripheral modules offer a wide variety of solutions that provide quick and easy access to leading analogue and mixed-signal reference designs.

The PMOD-compatible peripheral modules plug directly into any FPGA/CPU port for rapid development or can be used with the SDP-PMD-IB1Z interposer board and plugged into the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z platform for performance evaluation.

Mike Buffham, Global Head of Product and Pricing, Premier Farnell, said: “The Analog Devices PMOD boards provide Plug-and-play simplicity for rapid prototyping and development. Available globally, the range speeds up mixed-signal/analogue integration into FPGA and MCU designs.”

Demo software, schematics, documentation and design files including drivers for each module can be found on the element14 Community. Data sheets and application notes can be found on the product pages together with a range of associated accessories and 24/5 live tech support is available for any queries.

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