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Digilent Digital Discovery Deal: Get $100 off the price of a Digital Discovery if you spend $500 on Digilent FPGA boards

by Xilinx Employee on ‎09-21-2017 12:31 PM (18,147 Views)


For a limited time, Digilent is offering a $100 discount (that’s half off) on its Digital Discovery, a USB 24-channel logic analyzer (800Msamples/sec max acquisition rate @ 8 bits) and 16-channel digital pattern generator. (See “$199.99 Digital Discovery from Digilent implements 800Msample/sec logic analyzer, pattern generator. Powered by Spartan-6” for more information on this interesting little instrument.) To get the discount, you need to order at least $500 worth of items in the FPGA category on Digilent’s Web site.



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Digilent offers a truly wide selection of development and trainer boards in this category. Officially listed are boards based on Xilinx Spartan-6, Spartan-7, Artix-7, Kintex-7, and Virtex-7 FPGAs. You’ll also find several boards based on the Xilinx Zynq Z-7000 SoC including the Zybo, Arty Z7, ZedBoard, and the Python-based PYNQ-Z1. If you’re into vintage design, you’ll even find some older Xilinx devices on boards in this list including the CoolRunner-II CPLD and the Spartan-3E FPGA.


Why the deal on a Digilent Digital Discovery board and how does this deal work? Details in this new Digilent post by Kaitlyn Franz titled “Debugging Done Right.”





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