FPGAs give you a tremendous amount of performance and flexibility—and now so can your analog design.
Whether you need to power your FPGA or get more out of your signal chain, Maxim’s integrated analog solutions can make your system design easier—with a lot less size and cost.
As voltages drop and the number of rails increases, FPGA power requirements grow more complex. Maxim’s newest power solutions for FPGAs deliver the performance, ease of use, and flexibility you want. In fact, Xilinx has selected Maxim as its preferred power supplier on its Kintex Ultrascale and Virtex Ultrascale reference designs.
- Learn more about Maxim’s FPGA power solutions
- See third-party FPGA development and reference boards which use Maxim power
- Reference designs for FPGA power applications
FPGAs require rails that are properly synchronized and monitored for power faults. Maxim's programmable multichannel power management supervisors, sequencers, and voltage trackers offer a broad set of solutions.
Secure your intellectual property within an FPGA without sacrificing valuable logic and processing resources with Maxim's secure authenticators. A fully documented secure authentication reference design for Avnet’s LX9™ 3 (Spartan®-6) and MicroZed™ (Zynq®-7000) platforms provides an easy to follow example.
Now your analog can be as programmable as your FPGA. Maxim’s PIXI™ programmable mixed-signal I/O device lets you individually configure its 20 ports for ADC, DAC, GPIO, or switch functionality, giving you one solution that can easily be adapted to different design requirements.
I/O is frequently restricted on an FPGA design. Maxim's port expansion products offer an easy way to free up I/O on your FPGA without using valuable internal resources or additional pins.