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Digilent Eclypse Z7 Bundle Giveaway

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Giveaway Overview 

Throughout the design process, efficiency is key — any minute saved can mean more time to focus on other tasks. Digilent's newest FPGA/SoC development board, the Eclypse Z7, is a fast, flexible option for accelerating the development of high-speed instrumentation, control, and measurement systems for edge-computing, medical, and communications applications.  

The Eclypse Z7 base board is specifically designed to enable the rapid prototyping and development of embedded measurement systems. Digilent’s Eclypse Z7 bundle includes the Zmod ADC 1410 and Zmod DAC 1411 — some of Digilent's first SYZYGY-compliant expansion modules. When coupled to the Eclypse Z7 base board using SYZYGY expansion, the combination will serve as a powerful prototyping platform for instrumentation, high-speed control, and SDR products. 


Giveaway already ended 20 days ago.

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    Sri Charan K June 03, 2020

    I’m very interested to learn fpga but the board are too costly and if I can get this I will start to learn code this and make some cool projects

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    Tejeshw. Senir June 03, 2020

    Will rn Analog discover and Z7 side by side.  Now analog discovery has another brother!

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    Ankur sangal June 03, 2020

    I am interested to use this board. I can promote to our FPGA user.

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    Sharjeelimtiaz June 03, 2020

    I Am already working in field of approximate computing for improvement of Conv neural Networks using fpga.

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    herrmattoon June 03, 2020

    I am currently studying AI and my dream would be to embed it in an Fpga board with high speed adc to improve measurements of loss factor. More generaly get accurate measurement of voltage / current / rlc components

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  • sumit9780@arduino June 05, 2020

    Would love it but the price but the price is not enough to be fufilled by me

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  • abdelrahman18 June 05, 2020

    I am studying Electronics and microcontroller and want to learn FPGA, but the kit is costly.
    So I hope to get the Z7

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  • learnsa2z June 07, 2020

    I think if I get this board then I will be the first student in my city who will practice in real in his subject.
    And whose entire credit goes to allaboutcircuits.com, from here I got both inspiration and knowledge, which I thought to do.

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    Srimanth Tenneti June 07, 2020

    I would love to try out the latest ADC sampling techniques and perform signal processing applications in real time.

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    krishnajy June 09, 2020

    Help to prototype a IOT device.  FPGA programming updates to future design changes.  Working on startup hackathon.

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  • Shanmuga10 June 09, 2020

    Need to develop and involve in
    automotive project. Young engineer passionate about learning and building things… Currently involved in developing ADAS for two wheeler bikes

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    Pásztor Áron-István June 10, 2020

    I am learning, and trying to create interesting things with microcontroller boards, so this would be very useful

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    jegjessing June 10, 2020

    I’m trying to start a business were we want to use chips like this, the evaluation boards are just so expensive that we cannot afford all the test gear that we need.

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  • sujitb June 10, 2020

    Will be using this board to train thousands of students and professionals with my 30 years of experience in space qualified FPGA designs. I have now trained more than 3000 students worldwide for Robotics, Python, Signal Processing, Digital Design and FPGA design (VHDL). Profile at linkedin.com/in/sujitb

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    Leszek 70 June 10, 2020

    has been working on new IoT projects for some time. The Eclypse Z7 board will open new possibilities for faster data analysis and connect with the use of machine learning in future projects

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  • TheRealBeowulf June 10, 2020

    Quite shocked by the comments attempting to bias what appears to be a random draw.
    If I win I will credit all about circuits with a thank you.
    I will also be the first in my home to learn fpga and also promote my family to become fpga users 😂 but obviously they are too expensive oh anf Support my dream to be fullfilled by me lmao.
    I’m also (not) working on a startup, and a hackathon and a business that can’t afford to buy evaluation boards but has startup capital somehow. All of these of course rely on winning a competition that an entire userbase was invited to enter, lets hope duplicate accounts weren’t used either in case you get disqualified.

    If you find any other buzzwords, excuses or begging techniques, please feel free to edit in.
    Stop trying to bias via comments people, it’s a competition not an evaluation.

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    atanikan June 10, 2020

    One of the subjects that I am handling is VHDL. I think using this product would enhanced my programming skills and could conduct different lab activities with my students

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    noelrios999 June 10, 2020

    Will try to implement an SPI and I2C engine for digital ICs. Will also develop a DAC and an Successive Approximation Register to make an ADC either parallel using a bus or SPI or I2C interface.

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    ProGma June 10, 2020

    well, so to see everyone explains why they need a FPGA, so I’ll too. In short I’m interested in analog signal processing/analysis and a bit of fluid dynamics (I love calculus)

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    ing:olf June 10, 2020

    This is a good opportunity to fresh up my FPGA knowledge, which is out of date since 2010 😉 And I’d like to share my knowledge gain with my students and customers ...

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    post2pa June 10, 2020

    Digilent always puts together a neat powerful package!

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    ctijeirna June 10, 2020

    I Would love to have one, but the prices are too high. Let’s see if I could have it, good luck all.

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  • bdfalk June 10, 2020
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    sdrake June 10, 2020

    We are looking for a new modern fpga board

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    jeffrey22 June 10, 2020

    I have been impressed by the power of easy FPGAs in facilitating data acquisition in embedded systems.

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    gescobar June 10, 2020

    I have been using FPGA for RTS-HIL with a lot of success. Most of all, very appropriate to emulate power electronics converters.

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  • Perry Ogletree June 10, 2020

    HF/VHF through low microwave interests. Looking for inspiration for next gen hardware solution in Mil/Commercial space.

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  • lesmalave June 10, 2020

    It´s a good time to implement real-time projects

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  • MusatC June 10, 2020

    Nice fpga board

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    santoshym June 10, 2020

    Interested to build a project.

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  • Let’s keep learning electronics!

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    KrisRanes June 10, 2020

    Design engineer working on medical electrocatalytic systems would like to investigate FPGA for system functions

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    wbevan June 10, 2020

    I would to see if this will work in the classroom.

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    lesaf61 June 10, 2020

    I am studying Electronics and microcontroller and want to learn FPGA, but the kit cost to much.
    So I hope i get the z7 kit

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    UV100 June 11, 2020

    This board will serve
    High performance SDR development for sentinel robotic drone

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    Pacesetter June 11, 2020

    Got to see whats new with FPGAs

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    artbauman June 11, 2020

    Looks very interesting!

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    FiloGr June 11, 2020

    I used FPFAs during university. I’d like to use it also at home.

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    rc-explorer June 11, 2020

    I could use an FPGA dev board for my experimentations.

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    Stefan710 June 11, 2020

    As a startup I’m always looking for more advanced tools to speed up our development, this is certainly a great to to evaluate what benefits this can bring for our development team

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    rcsteiner June 11, 2020

    I am working on a sound vector detection system that computes both distance and direction of many different sounds.

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    kurtm22 June 12, 2020

    Looks like a nice innovative product.

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    alanayres June 14, 2020

    I would love to get stuck into some FPGA design

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    Carlos8888 June 16, 2020

    I’m interested in Eclypse Z7

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    vaidhyam June 16, 2020

    We are exploring different types of FPGA for our medical devices and this seems interesting to look into it.

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  • @Ndiza June 16, 2020

    Wld really love to test designs on fpga but it’s very expensive

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    agent222 June 20, 2020

    I want to implement a Fpga mining software

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    borsosdeni001 June 23, 2020

    It would be very useful for my students for their projects.

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