01-22-2020 03:33 AM
In the LogiCore IP Project License terms, there is a statement that I didn't understand clearly.
" (1) Project; where "Project" means a Licensee project that uses the Licensed Materials to create (a) a single Bitstream (using one or more instances of the Licensed Materials) for use to program a Xilinx Device on one or more printed circuit boards; or (b) one or more Bitstreams (using one or more instances of the Licensed Materials) for use to program one or more Xilinx Devices on a single printed circuit board."
Let say, if we have a printed circuit board with 2 FPGA (identical) but codes will not be the same(multiple bitstream), can we produce just one PCB?
01-22-2020 03:50 AM
The following line in the answer record will address your question: https://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/45589.html
A "project" is defined to be a single board that is programmed using multiple bitstreams containing the core,
01-22-2020 04:38 AM
According to my example, I should use site license rather than project license, if I want to produce more than one PCB. Am I right?.
Sorry I just want to make sure which license I have to buy.