Hi,I'm in the last year of engineer graduate and i have to do my final project. I'll do a digital parametric equalizer to fix an ambient audio, i need a help to choose which fpga kit i'll use. I need a kit which i can do real-time modifications (using switch, push buttons or something else) in the code to modify the filters parameter's to equalize the ambient and analize the signal to leave more linear. I need a kit that has VGA and AUDIO(in/out) connector, but the most important is the real-time modification. I'm starting to use fpga now, so I am asking for a help from you guys. I thank the help.
There are lot's of boards available, capable of doing this, but you can't go wrong with the SOCKit from TerASIC.http://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?language=english&categoryno=167&no=816&partno=2 It has Dual ARM processors, plus FPGA fabric. It's probably overkill for what you need, but it allows you to use either a primary hardware, or primary software approach without much difficulty. http://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?language=english&categoryno=167&no=830&partno=2 is also a possibility, but it doesn't have the hard ARM cores, so if you want a processor, you need to build a NIOS processor. It will also work well, and is a little cheaper, but having the hard ARM cores is nice in the SOCkit. Pete