Hi,I'm looking for a cheap dev-board which is niosII compatible. As I'm currently enrolled as a student of computer sciences at a university in Germany, I might be eglible for a student discount. Which board can you recommend? Looking forward to your replies :) pete
Hi,I have attended a workshop held at Hyderabad - India based on bemicro. Its was good and very useful. Intend to buy one. Just $ 49. Key Features ------------ A Complete FPGA Evaluation System in the Palm of Your Hands Featuring an Altera Cyclone® III FPGA, the BeMicro not only integrates seamlessly into both the Quartus® II FPGA design framework and the Nios® II GNU-based development environment, but it is powerful enough to accommodate even the most complex systems. And finally, eight freely assignable LEDs enable states to be displayed clearly. Key Features: Altera Cyclone® III FPGA—EP3C16F256C8N Altera Nios® II embedded processor 16 MHz clock oscillator Three status LEDs Eight user LEDs 80-pin edge connector GKM
Hi,yeah I though about getting one of the bemicros, but unfortunately there wasn't a workshop around here where I could get one - and buying it regularly + shipping was quite expensive.:/ So I got a DE0 from terrasic for 79$ (academic +40$ shipping!!) http://de0.terrasic.com Although it is a bit more expensive than the bemicro I guess it was a better deal due to the peripherals. Thanks for your hints! p.s.: I hate the shipping costs for fpgas to germany.