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Orange Tree's FPGA boards are ideally suited to interconnect between a host and a real-time embedded system. They use either Ethernet or USB to connect to the host computer, and have an FPGA for connecting to the embedded system. The FPGA is programmable by the user for the required interface.

The Ethernet ZestET1 board features a Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA and Orange Tree's proprietary GigEx chip. GigEx runs the whole TCP/IP stack and delivers over 100MBytes/sec in each direction.

The USBĀ ZestSC1 and ZestSC2 boards feature high density Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGAs and the Cypress EZ-USB FX2 USB microcontroller. They deliver up to about 38MBytes/sec to or from the host.

Created by engineers for engineers the boards work out of the box and allow the designer to focus on the application, rather than struggling with bringing up the hardware or working through low level network protocols. Each board is supplied with comprehensive software to enable communications with the host operating system.

FPGA boards

Orange Tree's FPGA boards are ideally suited to interconnect between a host and a real-time embedded system. They use either Ethernet or USB to connect to the host computer, and have an FPGA for connecting to the embedded system. The FPGA is programmable by the user for the required interface.

The Ethernet ZestET1 board features a Xilinx Spartan-3A FPGA and Orange Tree's proprietary GigEx chip. GigEx runs the whole TCP/IP stack and delivers over 100MBytes/sec in each direction.

The USBĀ ZestSC1 and ZestSC2 boards feature high density Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGAs and the Cypress EZ-USB FX2 USB microcontroller. They deliver up to about 38MBytes/sec to or from the host.

Created by engineers for engineers the boards work out of the box and allow the designer to focus on the application, rather than struggling with bringing up the hardware or working through low level network protocols. Each board is supplied with comprehensive software to enable communications with the host operating system.

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