XST-3S1000

  • XST-3S1000 image 1
  • XC3S1000 FPGA
  • XC9572XL CPLD
  • 32 MByte SDRAM
  • 2 MByte Flash
  • 100 MHz oscillator
  • Parallel port
  • Keyboard/mouse PS/2 port
  • 512-color VGA port
  • 10/100 Ethernet MAC+PHY
  • 20-bit stereo codec
  • stereo in/out ports
  • 8-bit video decoder
  • dual RCA video input ports
  • USB 1.1/2.0 peripheral-mode interface
  • RS-232 serial port
  • IDE hard disk interface
  • pushbuttons (6)
  • DIP switches (2)
  • LED digits (3)
  • LED bargraph
  • dual daughterboard connectors
  • prototyping area
  • DC and ATX power connectors
  • 5V / 3.3V / 2.5V / 1.2V regulators
  • Downloading cable
  • Works with XILINX ISE, WebPACK, iMPACT and ChipScope software
  • Requires Win2K or WinXP. Not supported by Win98 or WinME!

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The XST-3S1000 brings you the power of the 1,000,000-gate XSA-3S1000 FPGA Board combined with the analog and digital I/O capabilities of the XST-4 Board. With the XST-3S1000 system you can, for example, digitize a video signal and store it in the 32 MByte SDRAM where the FPGA can enhance the image before simultaneously displaying it on an attached VGA monitor and sending it to an external disk.

The XST-3S1000 extends the use of FPGAs into new areas with the following features:

  • The large 1,000,000-gate FPGA gives you room to build the complex digital logic required in DSP and image processing applications.
  • The stereo codec and dual-channel analog I/O circuitry let you process audio signals with DSP components synthesized with XILINX's CORE generation software.
  • The video decoder allows digitization of NTSC/PAL/SECAM video for image processing applications.
  • The 32 MByte SDRAM is large enough to store multiple images, data, and programs.
  • The 9-bit VGA circuitry displays images in 512 colors.
  • The 2 MByte Flash lets you switch between four independent FPGA configurations and store other data as well.
  • The 10/100 Ethernet interface provides access to TCP/IP and other types of networks.
  • The USB 1.1/2.0 interface lets the system appear as a low-speed or full-speed USB peripheral to a PC.
  • The RS-232 interface is useful for sending information over a low-speed serial communication link.
  • The IDE interface lets you store large data sets on an external hard disk.
  • You can add external modules with new functions through the dual daughterboard connectors.
  • The prototyping area lets you build custom circuitry and interface it to the rest of the system.
  • The pushbuttons, DIP switches, and LEDs let you interact with your design as you debug it.

And you don't have to start from scratch! Use these projects (and others) from our website as jumping-off points for your own designs: