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The XF07-RLDRAM high-performance user-programmable FPGA XMC supports both fast DDR3 SDRAM and RLDRAM memory banks for FPGA-based co-processing applications. The combination of direct high-speed I/O ports and next-generation FPGA processing makes the XF07-RLDRAM ideal for demanding applications, including radar, imaging, and test equipment across commercial and defense market spaces. The family includes LVDS digital and analog I/O variants based on a common processing building block.
The XF07-RLDRAM's AMD Kintex 7 FPGA directly connects to two banks of 128M x 16-bit DDR3 SDRAM. As each memory bank is independently connected to the FPGA, there is great flexibility in how they may be used. Each memory bank supports read or write bandwidths of up to 2.5 Gbytes/sec.
Dual banks of RLDRAM, with each banks 16M x 36-bit, provide low latency memory access. Each RLDRAM memory bank supports bandwidths of up to 4.5 Gbytes/sec.
The XF07-RLDRAM supports a x8/x4 PCIe channel through the primary XMC P15 connector using the FPGA’s built-in PCIe endpoint block. In addition to the PCIe port, eight full-duplex HSS links are routed to the XMC P16 connector.
Curtiss-Wright’s FusionXF development kit includes software, HDL and utilities complete with examples for using the XF07-RLDRAM.
|XMC P15:||8 x RocketIO GTP or x4/x8 PCIe release 1.1|
8x full duplex links connected to FPGA
2x differential SelectIO (or 4x single-ended SelectIO)
2x single-eneded I/O
|Type||AMD Kintex 7 K325T OR AMD Kintex-7 K410T, speed grade 2|
DDR3 SDRAM total capacity: 512 MB (two banks, each 128M x 16-bit)
RLDRAM total capacity: 144 Mbytes (two banks, each 16M x 36-bit)
|Tools||FusionXF for VxWorks or Linux|