KAYA Instruments is pleased to announce that, the CoaXPress IP Core by KAYA Instruments already supports the Intel® Arria® 10 FPGAs.
Intel Arria 10 FPGAs and SoCs are up to 40 percent lower power than previous generation FPGAs and SoCs.
KAYA Instruments is certified by the Japan Industrial Imaging Association (JIIA) and the CoaXPress IP Cores are compliant with the JIIA NIF-001-2013 CoaXPress standard rev 1.0 / 1.1.
KAYA Instruments currently supports CXP-6 up to 6.25 Gbps high speed link and 20.83 Mbps low speed link. Otherwise when the CoaXPress v2.0 (CXP-12) will be available, the new standard will be implemented immediately and options for the upgrade of existing FPGA IP Cores to CoaXPress v2.0 will be ready for use.
The CoaXPress IP Core by KAYA Instruments provides a Multi-link high performance solution for rate demanding video applications. Both Host and Device modes of operation are supported. The CoaXPress IP core supports the newest and industry leading FPGA families by Xilinx and Intel (Altera). Please see the list of the supported FPGAs below.
FPGA family support:
- Artix 7
- Kintex 7
- ZYNQ 7000
- Virtex 7
- Kintex7 Ultra Scale
- Virtex 7 Ultra Scale +
- ZYNQ Ultra Scale +
- Stratix V GX
- Stratix 10 GX
- Arria V GZ
- Arria V GX
- Arria V SX
- Arria 10 SX
Do you need a CoaXPress FPGA IP core but you did not find the FPGA in the list that you are looking for?
Don’t worry! KAYA Instruments is ready to support any Xilinx or Altera FPGAs upon request, that are not supported currently.
Do you have any specific requirements or you need your current IP Core to be merged to another platform?
KAYA Instruments has wide experience in custom projects and already supplied many kinds of specific customer demands.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
CoaXPress is a new digital transmission standard that allows high speed data from a device, such as a camera, to be transferred to a host, such as a frame grabber. Each CoaXPress link supports up to 6.25 Gbps data rates, along with device power up to 13W and device control at 20 Mbps – all on a single coax cable. For very fast devices, the links can be aggregated to provide multiples of the single coax bandwidth. Long cable lengths are supported – up to 40 meters at 6.25 Gbps and over 100 meters at 3.125