[vcf-midatlantic] Zynq Projects

Alan Hightower alan at alanlee.org
Sun Sep 10 23:00:13 EDT 2017


Why dedicate a core to real-time anything when you have a large FPGA
fabric? Just service a register file in the FPGA fabric and throw an
interrupt to the ARM whenever it changes (write access). 


On 2017-09-10 22:40, Support via vcf-midatlantic wrote: 

> I am in need of a programmer to help with some Xilinx Zynq based projects.
> Think Z-turn Lite connected to ISA bus.
> One ARM will run Linux and one without OS to allow real time processing.
> The idea being to allow services in Linux or devices on the Z-turn to be
> connected and passed to the ISA bus using code on the ARM.
> Pays a few hundred dollars per step in the proof of concept projects. Not
> a huge amount if you do this professionally, but I'd much rather give the
> funds to someone here than someone on freelancer.com. If interested reply
> off list. Thanks!
> Henry S. Courbis
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