We are developing a controller board for a unique colour inkjet printer (with 2400 nozzles). The client mentioned that we try building using an Altera FPGA board with a processor hard coded. Since my company is new to FPGA, would appreciate a feedback on the best FPGA to consider for this development.
I also noticed that Intel has some specific ASIC chips too. Any suggestions for using either FPGA or ASIC to build a stable controller board would help. We need to drive the 3 colors in the Printhead and the various sensors and motors.
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Hi Abhaya, may i suggest you to find the FPGA distributor from your region using this link : https://marketplace.intel.com/s/pmp-partner-program/a723b0000008PICAA2/distributor
On the left panel, you could filter by country. There will be plenty of distributors who would gladly help you to identify the best Intel FPGA solution.