Analog for Xilinx FPGAs
Texas Instruments is the approved and tested vendor for the analog solution around the Xilinx® FPGAs and CPLDs. TI works closely with Xilinx® to recommend the best power management, clocking, data converter, and other analog solutions for a wide variety of applications
Analog for Xilinx FPGAs
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Xilinx Compatible Reference DesignsTexas Instruments was chosen as the power solution vendor by Xilinx to power the following FPGAs – Virtex 7, Kintex 7, Artix 7 and even Zynq!
Tested FPGA Designs
Please click on the designs below to access the schematic and bill of material to power your FPGA.
|Power Management Solution for Virtex UltraScale from Xilinx|
|Power Management Solution for Kintex UltraScale from Xilinx|
|Zynq-7 Power Reference Designs|
|Analog Solution for Zynq created by Xilinx|
|Alternate Power Management Reference Design for Xilinx Zynq FPGAs|
|Artix-7 Power Reference Designs|
|Analog Solution for Artix 7 created by Xilinx|
|Kintex-7 Power Reference Designs|
|Analog Solution for Kintex 7 created by Xilinx|
|Alternate Discrete Power Management Reference Design for Xilinx Kintex 7 FPGAs|
|Alternate Modular Power Management Reference Design for Xilinx Kintex 7 FPGAs|
|Virtex-7 Power Reference Designs|
|Analog Solution for Virtex 7 created by Xilinx|
|Virtex-6 Power Reference Designs|
|Power Management Reference Design for Xilinx Virtex-6 FPGAs|
|Zynq 7010||Automotive||HW ✔|
|Zynq 7020||Automotive||HW ✔|
|KintexUltraScale||Wireless Communication||HW ✔|
|Wired-line Communication||HW ✔|
|FPGA||Xilinx Dev Kits||Alternative TI Solution|
|Kintex UltraScale||Alternative Power Solution for Kintex UltraScale|
|Zynq 7000||ZC702||ZC706||Alternative Power Solution for Zynq|
|Kintex 7||KC702||Alternative Power Solution for Kintex 7|
|Zynq||5W Design||HW ✔
|8W Design||HW ✔
|16W Design||20W Design||51W Design||56W Design|
|12W Design||HW ✔||26W Design||40W Design||60W Design||85W Design|
Visit Xilinx’s Power Solutions website for more information about Xilinx FPGA and CPLD power requirements.
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Customized FPGA Designs
To create a customized power solution for your design, please click on the WEBENCH panel to begin your design.
Designing for Low Power with Programmable Logic
TI Fellow Dave Freeman and other senior engineering experts will discuss the techniques — and pitfalls — of designing for low power in a modern FPGA and in the circuits that surround it on the board. Hosted by EDN.