||The Boolean board, developed by Real Digital, is based on a low-cost Spartan-7 FPGA and is suitable for a first course in digital design. It has a large collection of on-board peripheral devices and ports, allowing countless designs to be built without the need for any additional components. The board is supported by a rich set of examples illustrating use of various interfaces.
||The PYNQ-Z2 is a low-cost board which supports the open-source project from Xilinx. PYNQ allows Python users to develop applications that can exploit the benefits of programmable logic and microprocessors in Zynq to build more capable and exciting embedded systems. The board is manufactured by TUL Corporation.
||The PYNQ-ZU board, based on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC technology, provides high-speed interfaces like USB ports for general devices connectivity, HDMI-IN and HDMI-Out for video applications, FMC LPC and SYZYGY for application specific modules, CSI for MIPI camera. It also provides low-speed interfaces to support Pmod modules, Grove modules, and Raspberry Pi shields. It supports the open-source project from Xilinx, PYNQ, which allows Python users to develop applications that can exploit the benefits of programmable logic and microprocessors in Zynq UltraScale+ device to build more capable and exciting embedded systems. The board is manufactured by TUL Corporation.
||The RFSoC 2x2 kit is a low-cost teaching and research platform, based on the RFSoC technology, designed especially for academia. It combines high-accuracy ADCs and DACs operating at Giga samples per second with programmable heterogeneous compute engines, suitable for the communications and instrumentation applications. The platform exploits the PYNQ open-source framework to provide a highly intuitive user system interface incorporating Linux, Python and Jupyter notebooks. It also comes with a suite of open-source teaching resources including videos, notebooks and design examples
||The PYNQ-Z1 is a low-cost board which supports the open-source project from Xilinx. PYNQ allows Python users to develop applications that can exploit the benefits of programmable logic and microprocessors in Zynq to build more capable and exciting embedded systems. The board is manufactured by Digilent Inc.
||The Digilent ZedBoard™ is a low-cost development board for the Xilinx Zynq™-7000 SoC. This board contains everything necessary to create a Linux and other OS/RTOS based design. Several expansion connectors allow access to both Processing System and Programmable Logic I/Os for easy user access. This board is suitable for learning embedded design with an ARM based SoC.
|Digilent ZYBO Z7
||The Digilent ZYBO Z7 (Zynq Board) is a feature-rich, ready-to-use, entry-level embedded software and digital circuit development platform built around the smallest member of the Xilinx Zynq-7000 family, the Z-7010. When coupled with the rich set of multimedia and connectivity peripherals available on the ZYBO, the Zynq Z-7010 can host a whole system design. Additionally, six Pmod connectors are available to put any design on an easy growth path. The development board also has an option of Z-7020.
|Digilent Nexys4 DDR
||The Digilent Nexys™ 4 DDR board, based on Artix-7 FPGA, brings unprecedented performance to a student-focused FPGA design kit. The board is suitable for introductory digital design to embedded processing courses. The high-capacity FPGA is complemented by generous on board memories, and a collection of USB, Ethernet, and a host of other peripherals.
||Digilent Basys™ 3 is an entry-level FPGA board designed exclusively for the Vivado Design Suite, featuring Xilinx Artix 7-FPGA architecture. The board consists of complete ready-to-use hardware, a large collection of on-board I/O devices, all required FPGA support circuits, and a free version of development tools and at a student level price point. It is well suited for digital design.