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FPGA Design: Connecting Custom Peripherals to AXI Using BRAM Interface

FPGA Design: Connecting Custom Peripherals to AXI Using BRAM Interface

  Download the new eBook: FPGA Design – Interfacing Over AXI Using A Simple Address Data Bus   In FPGA design, interfacing over AXI (ARM eXtensible Interface) is an increasingly popular choice due to its status as the most widespread AMBA interface, enabling the connection of potentially hundreds of Masters and Slaves in complex SoCs. […]
Design trade-offs in M2M product design and development

Design trade-offs in M2M product design and development

Long before the phrases M2M product design and the Internet of Things came to wider attention, we were already making machines talk to each other, says Dunstan Power of ByteSnap Design. Early adopters like General Motors and Hughes Electronics Corporation could see the benefits that machine-to-machine communications (M2M) offered forward-thinking businesses as far back as 1995 but when M2M via […]
Our Embedded Hardware Design makes BBC News Top Story

Our Embedded Hardware Design makes BBC News Top Story

ByteSnap’s Embedded Hardware Design shown on BBC National News ByteSnap Design was featured right at the beginning of the lead news report on the 10 O’Clock news programme last night.  The story, by Robert Peston, was about the latest UK job figures.  ByteSnap was featured as a company toughing out the gnarly economic climate and […]

Saving time and money on testing embedded hardware

Putting design and production tests in their place Recent high-profile product recalls and failures have shown that even the most experienced and well-funded company can suffer from the limitations of product testing when testing embedded hardware. A product goes through two fundamental types of test. The first is of the design itself and the second […]