The XEM7001 is a small, business-card sized FPGA board featuring the Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA. Designed as a bare-bones system, the XEM7001 is an excellent experimenting or prototyping system which provides access to nearly all I/O pins on the 256-pin Artix-7 device.
The USB 2.0 interface provides fast downloads and easy access with FrontPanel software. An on-board PLL provides flexible clock generation for a variety of applications and on-board pushbuttons and LEDs allow simple user interfacing when FrontPanel components don’t suit the purpose. Dozens of pins at 0.1” spacing are provided and easily fit onto a standard prototyping board with 0.1” hole spacing.
Documentation and Reference Materials
The following is a comprehensive list of documentation available for this device.
|XEM7001 User's Manual||This online documentation space.|
|XEM7001 Pins Reference|
The interactive Pins reference for the device provides detailed pinout
|FrontPanel SDK User's Manual||The online documentation space for the FrontPanel SDK.|
|FrontPanel API Reference||Online API reference with detailed usage for every API method.|
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