NEW PRODUCT – Mojo FPGA Development Board – Want to dip your toes into the world of FPGA design – but a little scared of the complexity? You may find a friend in the Mojo. The Mojo is a FPGA development board that is designed from the ground up to be easy to use.
The entire goal of the Mojo is to make getting started with FPGA and digital design as easy as possible. To go along with the dev board there is a set of tutorials to help you get started and expand your knowledge of digital design.
The Mojo features include:
Spartan 6 XC6SLX9 FPGA
84 digital IO pins
8 analog inputs
8 general purpose LEDs
1 reset button
1 LED to show when the FPGA is correctly configured
On board voltage regulation that can handle 4.8V – 12V
A microcontroller (ATmega32U4) used for configuring the FPGA, USB communications, and reading the analog pins
On board flash memory to store the FPGA configuration file
The Mojo is made in the USA.
The V3 version of the Mojo features a more robust USB port than the V2, minor cosmetic changes, and an upgraded microcontroller with extra memory for adding your own code.
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