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Max 10 dev kit

J_ZKG
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Hello,

I'm thinking of buying an FPGA dev board to get back into FPGA coding and try using NIOS II, the Max 10 Dev kit looks good.

It it meant to have Nios II on it, which version is it? (economy, standard, fast). Is there a time limit for it to be available ? Will I need to buy a licence at some point? Will I have access to the Ethernet module?

Best regards,

J_ZKG

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sstrell
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There are no longer 3 versions of Nios II, only 2: standard and fast.  Standard is free and does not require a license.

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EricMunYew_C_Intel
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