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Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoCs 

Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoCs feature an Arm + FPGA architecture combining an application-class processor with high-performance programmable logic.

The processing system is based on a full-featured single or dual-core Arm Cortex-A9 operating at up to 1GHz. This includes an integrated media-processing engine, 256KB of on-chip SRAM, 512KB of L2 Cache, and integrated memory controllers supporting up to DDR3-1866. 

The processor also has USB 2.0 OTG, gigabit ethernet, and multiple serial interfaces including CAN 2.0B. For security, the processor system has full Arm TrustZone support as well as processor-first boot and secure boot functionality.

This is paired with Xilinx 7 series 28nm programmable logic.  Zynq 7000 SoC’s are available with Artix-7 programmable logic for low power and low-cost applications or with Kintex-7 logic, which is optimized for performance/watt. SoCs are available with up to 6.6M logic cells, serial transceivers with data rates up to 12.5Gbps and total bandwidth up to 200Gbps, as well as two 12-bit 1MSPS ADCs with up to 17 differential inputs.

The Zynq-7000 SoC family is scalable from cost-optimized to high-performance applications and supported by an extensive ecosystem of OS, middleware, software stacks, accelerators, and IP. Evaluation boards are also available and provide a full hardware platform for testing and development.

For more information on the Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoCs and their evaluation boards, visit Mouser.com.

 


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