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BeagleV-Fire Board Blends RISC-V and FPGA

By January 9, 2024January 11th, 2024No Comments

The BeagleBoard family of modules is built around a dual 46-pin BeagleBone cape header. The BeagleV-Fire is the latest platform. In the demo, a BeagleBone cape with interfaces is used for motor control to handle the wheel motors. The balancing act is trivial with minimal load on the FPGA or RISC-V cores, but it’s visual. The possibilities with an FPGA SoC are very interesting, though.

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