one extra slipway board from fccm

Hey all,

I still have one more slipway board left over to give away; email me if you want it and I'll mail it to you.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, this might help:

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Please don't laugh at my pathetic PCB design skills.

I also have two bare PCB's if anybody wants those. The components to populate them run about $40 from DigiKey+Mouser and it's all easy through-hole stuff.

Thanks again to everybody who provided feedback and input at the conference! Next year's project is well on its way...

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Adam Megacz
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Perhaps I didn't see them, but where are the bypass caps?

-Dave Pollum

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Dave Pollum

Adam's project presentation at FCCM was great ... an async ring counter that actually changes speed when he freeze spray'ed it :) Great intro into delay insensitive async FPGA programming benefits ... better speed than clocked, and dynamically adjusts for logic speed.

awesome intro project for AMTEL parts too ...


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I once used code density tests to measured how the delay of a spartan-2 carry chain changes during a clock cycle due to ground bounce. Fun stuff. Surprisingly simple for high resolution measurements in the

20GHz range.

Kolja Sulimma

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