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Miami System-on-Module with Zynq

Production-quality SoM based on Zynq XC7015 and XC7030

Miami module Zynq 7030The Miami System on Module (SoM) is based on the Xilinx Zynq- 7015/7030 System on Chip (SoC). It is a highly integrated and compact off-the-shelf solution for today’s high performance embedded systems. The module combines a high performance (ARM-based) application microprocessor with FPGA logic in a single chip. It integrates all system components required to bring the system alive including memory, power supply, debugging and connectivity. Miami provides a best in class platform for balancing both performance and power, making a perfect solution for applications that require high processing power, high speed interfaces, a high level of reliability, the ability to optimize system interfaces, and perform real-time analytics and control.

The module comes with an actively supported main-line Linux distribution, including a template FPGA implementation connecting to the carrier board connector.

Typical application areas are any existing applications that use an applications processor together with an FPGA, including but not limited to (secure) communications, aerospace & defense, audio /video applications, medical and industrial imaging.

• BSP with main-line Linux distribution supportmiami-zynq-module
• Selectable boot source
• Dimensions: 65×68.4 mm
• On-board high efficiency power supplies
• Software selectable carrier board I/O voltages
• High performance SAMTEC board-to-board connectors
• Support for SATA3
• Support for PCI-Express (4 lanes)
• Support for Gigabit Ethernet (PHY)
• IEEE1588v2 and IEEE 802.3az support
• Serial I/O, including SPI, I2C, UART
• Debug support
• Industrial temperature range (-40 °C +85 °C)

 MIAMI XC7015 MIAMI XC7030
Processor system
Processor* XC7Z015-CLG485-1 XC7Z030-SBG485-1
CPU
Architecture ARM Cortex-A9 (dual core)
CPU Performance* 2x 666MHz 2x 800MHz
Co-Processor
2x ARM NEON™
Memory
Cache
L1: 32KB instruction/core, 32KB data/core, L2: 512KB
SDRAM*
DDR3/DDR3L @ 533MHz, 512 MB
NOR*
Quad-speed SPI, 32MB
NAND*
256 MB
EEPROM
4 Kb for secure (SHA-256) storage 4 Kb normal storage
FPGA
Technology Artix®-7 Kintex®-7
Logic cells 74K 125K
LUTs 4620078600
Flip Flops 92400157200
RAM 380KB 1.060MB
DSP slices 160400
GTP/GTX transceivers 4x (6.25 Gb/s each)4x (6.6 Gb/s each)
140 Pins available on SoM connector for programmable interfaces
LAN
10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet, additional RMII interface
Analog
Up to 8 channels differential, 12 bits
Serial
UART, I2C, SPI, I2S, user defined
Video
LVDS, SDI, TFT, VGA, LCD
USB
USB OTG 2.0
CAN
Up to 2x CAN
Debug
Debug UART, console
Miscellaneous
GPIOs SD/SDIO 2.0/MMC 3.31 compliant controllers
Dedicated interfaces on SoM connector
Network
1000Mbps Ethernet
USB
USB OTG 2.0
SATA
SATA-3
PCI-Express
GEN2 – 4 lanes
JTAG
PL JTAG chain for carrier board programming
Power supply
Input
3.3V via connector On-board voltage regulation
Output
Programmable I/O standards and voltages
Control
Current measurement for PL and PS
Software
Bootloader / BSP
U-Boot
Boot options
JTAG, NOR, (external) SD-Card
Operating System
Topic Linux 3.x distribution on GitHub
Dyplo® compatible PlatformYesYes
Mechanical and environmental
Dimensions
65mm x 68.4mm
Connectors
2 140 pin Samtec high performance mezzanine carrier board connectors 1x miniature pin header (JTAG IEEE 1149.1 TAP PS/UART + PL)
Temperature
Industrial grade
  • Temperature and humidity: IEC 60068-2-38:2009
  • EMC : EN 55032
  • EMI : IEC 61132, EN 61326, IEC 55024
  • CE Certified
  • Manufacturing: ISO 9001:2008, EN-ISO 13485:2003

In addition, Miami offers:

  • Ruggedized interconnects
  • Completely integrated self-test capabilities
  • On-board, autonomous voltage and current monitoring
  • Programmable voltage supplies for I/O bank
  • Unauthorized cloning protection infrastructure

Florida is a family of carrier-boards for the Miami SOM to guarantee a quick and hassle-free start of system development and prototyping.

Three types of Florida board are available – general purpose, a medical version with ADCs for monitoring purposes, and a plug-in PCIe board version. For further details visit the Florida baseboard for Miami Zynq SoM page.

A “Combination Board” development kit is also available which is a combination of your choice of Miami Zynq SoM module and Florida Carrier Board complete with Dyplo-on-board, touch screen, reference designs (audio, video and medical), individual case and full set of cables. Based on the different versions of Florida, the following development kits are available: Medical Development Kit, Generic Development Kit, PCIe Development Kit.

You can order Miami SoMs with Zynq XC7015 or XC7030 devices. For development you should order a Florida carrier board as well, or alternatively a Combination kit which includes the module plus a “single instance” license for the Dyplo toolset.

A little JTAG-connected board called “Miami Vice” enables you to make a connection to both the PL and PS debug ports, and so is a minimum solution for programming and debug without a Florida carrier.

You can now order development kits via our online shop using the links opposite.

Volume pricing is dependent on spec. and quantity – please use the “Get Quote” link to the right for a quick turnaround pricing estimate. Contact our experienced team with your detailed questions whether technical or commercial – we’ll be happy to help.