Florida baseboards for Miami Zynq modules
Development carrier for XC7015/XC7030 system-on-modules
With the Florida carrier board you can evaluate the capabilities of the Xilinx Zynq® based Miami System-on-Modules (SoM) in combination with a rich pool of peripherals. The setup helps you to kick-start your target application development giving access to the complete feature set of the Zynq processor in combination with the provided high-quality Linux BSP. The interfaces on the Florida carrier board provide functionality for data acquisition, visualization, human-machine interfaces, communication and data acquisition. Using these facilities you are able to prototype your application in an early phase and validate the actual needs of your application. The Florida boards come with a reference schematic and printed circuit board layout which can be used to customize the board according to your needs and incorporating the Miami SoM.
The basic Linux development environment is part of the Miami SoM, including the board support package. Additional peripheral drivers are supplied in a dedicated Florida support package.
Florida carrier boards are available in three different flavours:
• Florida-MED; integrates an electrical isolated 16 channnel, 24 bit ADC for ECG/EEG/EMG purposes
• Florida-GEN: identical to the MED board without the isolated ADC devices
• Florida PCI-e: a PCI extension board suited for the Miami series and compatible with standard PC PCI-Express slots to accelerate your PC based application
The Florida MED and GEN board support up to two SATA connections in parallel. SATA-2 and SATA-3 connectivity is possible due to the use of the GTX transceivers of the FPGA. The PCI-Express interface can be used in 1, 2 or 4 lanes mode, where it also uses the GTX transceivers of the FPGA to achieve data rates up to 8Gbit/sec.