To learn more about this Mike's first experience with an XMOS device please click this link and read his full post. Feel free to comment and discuss in the forum."What I needed was an easy way to run four independent 32-bit counters at 100+ Mhz, to communicate with eight discrete serial ADCs, to perform multiple floating-point calculations, and to return all of the resulting data to a control PC using a single high-speed serial line."
"Unfortunately, prior to this project, I had no experience with VHDL, Verilog, or anything having to do with FPGAs or CPLDs (besides the blessed CompactRIO). "
"So, I posted on SparkFun’s forum asking for recommendations. One of the guys suggested I look into XMOS..."
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Another interesting article on one guys experience with XMOS (I believe his name is Mike). A few snippets from the article below, but see link for full read:
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