02-06-2018 03:11 PM
I am trying to process 1080p video from an HD camera at 30fps on LVDS. Data rate per second would be around 1.8Gbps and I would like to split the data into 5 channels which would be sent to a DAC(Digital to analog converter). Please suggest me the desired clock required and an appropriate FPGA board which supports this.
Appreciate your time and concern.
02-07-2018 07:56 AM
reVision and the xcu102
It supports HDMI in & out, MIPI in, USB in. Non-standard video is up to you to interface, but with the board's capabilities, it should be no issue to develop.
02-07-2018 10:09 AM
Thank you for your valuable suggestion Austin.
I have a Zynq 7000 handy. would it be possible to do such operation using it instead of a Zynq Ultrascale.
I assume Ultrascale means a much lower nm technology or is there any significant difference between Zynq 7000 and Zynq Ultrascale?
Looking forward for your valuable inputs.
02-08-2018 01:01 AM
I don't think you need to use revision for this if you know a bit of RTL.
Zynq should be fine for the application if you want to do 1.8Gbps/5. The selectIO should support it.
You could even consider a spartan-7 for this type of application.
For the correct board, you might want to talk with an authorized distributor. They will point you
03-05-2018 08:17 AM
If everything is clear for you on this subject, please kindly mark a reply as solution to close the topic.
Thanks and Regards,