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What is the Arria 10 FPGA Card?

The Arria 10 FPGA PCIe card features a powerful field programmable gate array chip that supports both analog and digital I/O. Each card’s I/O functionality is fully customizable by the user by means of the FPGA Workbench tools. The cards are available with 480K or 1150K logic elements. There are two High Pin Count FMC Style Positions available for the High-Speed Daughter Cards.

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The High-Speed Analog Daughter Card

The High-Speed Analog Daughtercard (HSAD) is a precision-engineered, singlewidth FMC-style module designed for integration with the Next Generation FPGA Card. This card features two distinct analog sections: one with twelve channels of high-speed 16-bit SAR analog inputs, and the other with twelve channels of high-speed 16-bit analog outputs. The analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) capability is powered by Analog Devices’ LTC2325 ADCs, while the digital-toanalog conversion (DAC) function leverages Analog Devices’ AD5545 DACs. All analog I/O pins are routed directly to the motherboard’s front panel via the FMC HPC pins, ensuring seamless signal transmission and connectivity.

The High-Speed Digital Daughter Card

The High-Speed Digital Daughtercard (HSDD) is a single-width FMC style card tailored for use with the Next Generation FPGA Card. It contains 32 channels of I/O, compatible with both 3.3V and 5V TTL. This card supports in-system firmware updates and facilitates motherboard front panel I/O connectivity through FMC High Pin Count (HPC) pins.

Intel Quartus Prime Standard Edition for Arria 10 Development

With FPGA Workbench and Quartus Prime Standard Edition for Arria 10 Development software, you can simplify the process of tailoring a card to match your precise I/O requirements. The Quartus tools enable users to create and integrate their custom HDL code specifically designed for the Arria 10 FPGA on the Concurrent Real-Time FPGA boards. Intel’s Platform Designer tool eliminates the need for manual system integration tasks, allowing you to concentrate on crafting the custom I/O functionality you require. The Platform Designer tool also saves design time and enhances productivity by automatically generating interconnect logic for connecting intellectual property (IP) functions and subsystems.

Specifications

Features

32-channel digital I/O 3.3/5v TTL Compatible; 32ma High Drive; 64ma Low Drive; Selectable 100 ohm termination
LVDS I/O 32-Channel LVDS I/O
Login Elements Available 480K or 1150K
Connectors Industry Standard SCSI 68-pin VHD Connectors for I/O
DMA Engines Six MSG DMA Engines
PCI PCIe x4 Revision 2.0
Other TCXO Clock; Programmable Clock Generator

Packaging

DimensionsFHFL PCI Express (12.3" long x 3.8" high)

Power Requirements

Power Requirements Approximately 60 Watts
Details2Amp, 12VDC @ 5Amp

Environmental

Operating Temperature10° to 40° C
Storage Temperature-40° to 65° C
Relative Humidity10 to 80% non-condensing
Cooling Forced Air Required
OtherROHS Compliant

Ordering Information

Programmable FPGA Card with 480K logic elements CP-FPGA-4
Programmable FPGA Card with 1150K logic elements CP-FPGA-5
RedHawk Linux Driver WC-CP-FIP-2
FPGA Workbench Software WU8021-300
Altera FPGA Development Tool KitWU-ALT-DEV
License for SIMulation Workbench ICS-SWB-1275
1-meter Interface 68-pin SCSI-5 to SCSI-3 male I/O CableCX-CBL-HSI-F-01
2-meter Interface 68-pin SCSI-5 to SCSI-3 male I/O CableCX-CBL-HSI-F-02
3-meter Interface 68-pin SCSI-5 to SCSI-3 male I/O CableCX-CBL-HSI-F-03
I/O Terminal Breakout Module-68-pin female SCSI-3 CX-CBL-AIO-BRKF

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