October 15, 2007 -- With an FPGA, manufacturers can support any 802.3-based industrial Ethernet protocol (past or future) from a single board design, which simplifies the board's development, support, and maintenance. By taking advantage of low-cost FPGAs' advanced capabilities, a wide range of IP, and powerful development tools, you can reduce the cost, increase the flexibility, and minimize the time-to-market of your industrial Ethernet products.
View this webcast and learn how to: use low-cost FPGAs with IP-based systems to implement industrial Ethernet interfaces, quickly modify an existing design to support a different protocol without changing the board, start your industrial Ethernet design on a development board.
Go directly to the EE Times Education & Training webcast site to view this presentation. Registration may be required.
Keywords: EE Times Education & Training, TechOnLine, Altera, FPGAs, field programmable gate arrays, Ethernet,
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