Have you ever stared longingly across a room full of FPGAs, wondering how you’ll ever find your perfect match? Well fret no further as we present our new FPGA quiz, designed to help you meet your (hopefully perfect) FPGA counterpart!
Our new and fun matchmaking quiz provides a series of questions geared towards helping you understand what features on a FPGA board are most important in helping you reach success.
You may even discover features that you didn’t know our boards were equipped with, which in turn could surprise you with with new project inspiration!
Whether you have vast experience with FPGAs, or you’re looking to learn a bit more this year, our matchmaking quiz can help you decide between some of our most popular boards. And if you’re unhappy with your result, you can try your luck again by simply clicking the “Retake” button at the bottom of your results page.
Once you are happy with your FPGA match, you can also find all of our FPGAs and their accompanying reference pages with linked community projects to help you jumpstart your academic year.
We hope you find your perfect FPGA match and can’t wait to hear what you get! Don’t forget to share your results with us on social media and follow our newsletter for new product releases and special deals.
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3 Comments on “Which FPGA Is Best For You?”
I got the Nexys4DDR, I guess I’m going to have to deliver some bad news to my Zybo and Basys 3.
*looks up from project at the Zybo and Basys 3*
So…I don’t know how to put this nicely, so I’m just going to say it: I’ve found someone else.
*Basys 3 and Zybo sit silently on the desk*
I know what you’re thinking: “What?! But we’ve been through so much together! Sure there were a few hard nights of working, but we’ve always stuck with you to the end of every project no matter what! Think of all the good times we’ve had where you spent hours of debugging and were finally able to enjoy the soft, victorious glow of our LEDs? And for what? Probably some fancy FPGA in a tight black suit https://digilent.com/shop/genesys-2-kintex-7-fpga-development-board/ ?”
*shakes her head out of her brief daydream* No, I just think it’s time for us to move on, I need to be able to expand my horizons, see more of the FPGA world. And it’s the Nexys 4 DDR.
*quiet sobs are heard from the direction of the desk*
Am I seeing that picture correctly? The one with the Nexys 4 DDR being used as a cookie cutter?