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Rick C
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Fri Nov 15, 2019 10:33 pm   



I found the part I had been interested in, the AGM AG6K SoC with a 250 MHz ARM Cortex processor, 6,000 LE FPGA, 128 kB SRAM, 12 bit ADC, all in a 100 pin QFP package. Works for many of my apps although these days I'd prefer an 88 pin QFN I think. Good density and still works with 6/6 mil design rules, but it has that thermal pad in the center while makes vias difficult underneath the package, so maybe 100 pin QFP is better still unless you are really constrained for space.

Still, I don't see a way to buy this part. So the Gowind parts have that big advantage. It looks like you can actually buy them.

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Brane2
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Sat Nov 16, 2019 6:44 pm   



From alta-gate ?

I don't see any link to a IDE for their chips.

How is one supposed to generate bitstream for this ?

Rick C
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Sat Nov 16, 2019 9:10 pm   



On Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 11:44:20 AM UTC-5, Brane2 wrote:
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From alta-gate ?

I don't see any link to a IDE for their chips.

How is one supposed to generate bitstream for this ?


There parts seem to be compatible with other company's products...


AGM has independent intellectual property rights in software and circuits. In terms of products, it is currently compatible with mainstream manufacturers and the software and hardware ecology is unchanged. The internal interface of the chip is compatible with mainstream manufacturers, and the PCB board level can be directly replaced and compiled with AGM software. Import programming. AGM currently supplies devices that can be directly replaced:  CPLD series for ALTERA MAX II series, including EPM240T100, EPM570T144, EPM570T100;  Mini1K series 1K (QFN48), providing cost-sensitive design solutions for LATTICE iCE series;  low-end FPGA SoC Series for ALTERA Cyclone-IV EP4CE6, EP4CE10, EP4CE22;  High-end FPGA SoC series BlueWind for the Xilinx Virtex series.


I know in the past Altera has prevented the use of the bitstreams generated with their tools, so I even if someone could legally make a bit stream compatible chip, I don't know how they could program it without writing the tools separately. The web site does say to contact them about tools and product, so I guess they have their own tools and are not yet working through distribution.

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