TI 66AK2E05 custom SoM
OFDM SDR Radio front end
Our latest Module Family features MPSoC parts and offers the highest versatility, logic density, I/O count and processing power in a 75mm x 100mm form- factor. Our KRM-5ZUxx modules feature 4HP PL banks, 3HD PL banks, 2MIO banks, 4PS GTX transceivers and 24 PL GTH transceivers at up to 16Gbs. DDR4 memory can be populated by SODIMM and can accommodate modules up to 16GB. Inquire now for early access to samples, and further technical information.Read More
February 2016 Meet us at the Xilinx SDSoC Event at the Novotol in Eindhoven on March 3rd 2016. We will present our full range of Modules, all with support for the cutting edge SDSoC environment from Xilinx.
See a demo of a KRM-3Z20 Zynq SOM do real time image processing and feature extraction in our swarm robot platform.Read More
July 2015, our latest member of the KRM SoM Product line up is the new KRM1ZQ10; a low-cost, compact 30x70mm SO-DIMM module featuring a Zynq 7010 (or 7020) SoC with 512MB RAM, 2 QSPI Flash memories for configuration, 100 PL IO's and 38 PS MIOs. The module runs on a single 3V3 Supply and provides up to 1.5A of regulated 1V8 for low power peripherals.
In addition to the full featured version, a reduced feature "micro controller" version with 512kB on chip program memory and 256kB on chip RAM (noRead More
December 2014, Knowledge Resources developed and built the robots that are the heart of the physical installation of the soon to open robot swarm exhibit of the Museum of Mathematics in New York City (MoMath). The robots feature a novel optical tracking system that allows each of them to be "aware" of their position and orientation with sub mm accuracy. The tracking systems image analysis is implemented in VHDL and mapped into the fabric of a Xilinx SoC on Knowledge Resources KRM3Z20 Module. TecRead More
March 2013 We are proud to announce the achievement of certified Xilinx Alliance partner for the second year in a row. Our growing team of certified Xilinx developers are looking forward to serving our mutual client base with expertise and dedication.
March 2015, a new application note describing the use of aurora IP blocks in conjuction with KRM project scripts and the KRM3510 subcarrier is available for download in the KRM3510 product section. The appnote illustrates how a designer can quickly achieve 8Gb serial connectivity via optical or elctrical SPF+ links when using a KRM-3Z30 (or higher) module on the KRM3500 series carriers.Read More
You may have read our previous Blog about how “perfect” our modules are, here you can read how we keRead More
SO, since our first attempt of creating the “perfect” FPGA module was quite successful, we decided tRead More
OK, I admit there is no such thing as a "perfect" FPGA module, but one should at least try to come aRead More