On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 7:56 AM, Christoph Kuhr wrote:
I'm unfamiliar with AV bridging--what do you use it for?
That seems pretty interesting, but it could be more streamlined. RISC
is (I think) overkill, but it wouldn't hurt to study it :)
Gigabit ethernet has become ubiquitous on new hardware at about the
same time that firewire has become rare... I think mostly we could use
just one interface at a time---but reuse a lot of the code and
Isn't it crazy how expensive some of the FPGA boards and software IP
becomes? It's like it's own little anti-competitive niche market
*cough* DoD *cough*
While the FPGA's themselves aren't prohibitively expensive, the rapid
development boards+software are.
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