we are using the LDPC IP core but we have some questions:
1. The website (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/details/fpga/intellectual-property/dsp/ldpc-low-density-parity-check.html) said that the LDPC IP core will be discontinued from August 29th. I want to know whether I could use the evaluation license of this IP core to generate programming files after August 29th.
2. The professor in our team has been a member of the Intel FPGA Academic Program. We want to know how to apply for academic licenses for FPGA IP core. By the way, could we use the academic licenses of this IP core to generate programming files without time limitation after August 29th?
Welcome to Intel forum. For University license and related. Sign into the FPGA Academic Program website and request/generate licenses and hardware from there.
But if you still have any question regarding University Program, drop an Email to email@example.com
Our university team will help and answer your question.
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