OGD1 OGD1 Reconfigurable Computing Platform

Carlos Camargo cicamargoba at gmail.com
Mon May 17 09:24:40 EDT 2010

Is very interesting define the copyleft in hardware, I think that tha
key is the possibility of change an existing project. So, the software
used in the design must be open. Another point is the cost. You can
provide everything, but, if make a board or build a chip is expensive
only specific target can use this project.


On 5/17/10, JDH services <jaydeeaich at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/17/10, Sébastien Bourdeauducq <sebastien.bourdeauducq at lekernel.net>
> wrote:
>>  > then it's for all practical porposes just Faux-pen Source. :(
>> As far as Milkymist is concerned, the source code is standard Verilog HDL
>>  (compliant with the IEEE specification 1364-2005), is designed with
> I wasn't talking about specificaly about milkymist. Or even IP cores.
> I was talking more about things like USRP2 and OGD1
> You need a $2,495 lisince to program the FPGA.(Not compleatly sure
> about the OGD1, but I didn't find it's FPGA on the webpack support
> list.)
> Definatly not what I can Copyleft.
> Sincerely,
> Panthera Tigris Altaica
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Carlos Iván Camargo Bareño
Profesor Asistente
Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica y Electrónica
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
cicamargoba at unal.edu.co

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