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EswarEswar
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Implement and use our own processor in mpSOC or zync SOC boards

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We want to implement our own processor and test the same in zync SOC or MPSoC boards (as these board has options like USB, HDMI, PCI root complex, SATA, USB 2.0, USB3.0, Ethernet, etc.)

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bruce_karaffa
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Nothing to stop you but the Zynq's processors are hard silicon, not part of the FPGA fabric.  You can't replace the Zynq processor with one of your own, you would have both on the same chip.  Also many of the connectors for the interface you are interested in are connected to the Zynq processor.  If you are interested in developing your own processor in an FPGA, why not a Kintex?  That way, you won't be paying for the Zynq's processor that you don't intend to use.

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bruce_karaffa
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Nothing to stop you but the Zynq's processors are hard silicon, not part of the FPGA fabric.  You can't replace the Zynq processor with one of your own, you would have both on the same chip.  Also many of the connectors for the interface you are interested in are connected to the Zynq processor.  If you are interested in developing your own processor in an FPGA, why not a Kintex?  That way, you won't be paying for the Zynq's processor that you don't intend to use.

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EswarEswar
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Thanks for the reply.

Will google and get the Kintex boards list and check.

 

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