Suitable FPGA architecture for Robots..

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Hi,

What FPGA architecture is more suitable for the Robots, which involves
Pattern recognition (also partial configuration & more than 150k) and
lot of control logic generation.

Or, Is DSP prefferable for this?

Regards,
Valli.

Re: Suitable FPGA architecture for Robots..

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Uhhh...
I think this is a wrong question as it appears that you are starting
at the wrong point with your robot design.

Instead of taking an FPGA or a DSP or whatever and building your
design around it, you should first determine how you want to
solve your specific problems and what solutions exist so far.

When you've got a broader view it will be much easier for you to
decide whether you need an FPGA, a DSP, a microcontroller, or a
mixture of all of them.

Regards,
Mario


Re: Suitable FPGA architecture for Robots..
http://members.aol.com/ucimicromouse/index.htm

One robot that uses Spartan IIE FPGA....

Austin

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