Artix®-7 FPGAs are available in -3, -2, -1, -1LI, and -2L speed grades, with -3 having the highest performance. The -1LI and -2L devices are screened for lower maximum static power and can operate at lower core voltages for lower dynamic power. The -1L1 devices operate only at VCCINT = VCCBRAM = 0.95V and have the same speed specifications as the -1 speed grade. The -2L devices can operate at either of two VCCINT voltages, 0.9V and 1.0V and are screened for lower maximum static power. When operated at VCCINT = 1.0V, the speed specification of a -2L device is the same as the -2 speed grade. When operated at VCCINT = 0.9V, the -2L static and dynamic power is reduced.
Artix-7 FPGA DC and AC characteristics are specified in commercial, extended, industrial, expanded (-1Q), and military (-1M) temperature ranges. Except the operating temperature range or unless otherwise noted, all the DC and AC electrical parameters are the same for a particular speed grade (that is, the timing characteristics of a -1M speed grade military device are the same as for a -1C speed grade commercial device). However, only selected speed grades and/or devices are available in each temperature range. For example, -1M is only available in the defense-grade Artix-7Q family and -1Q is only available in XA Artix-7 FPGAs.
Programmable and scalable densities and processing speed for different automotive applications
Video frame capture, de-warp, and stitching in video processing along with 3D graphics and overlay abilities
Partial dynamic reconfiguration, ideal for swapping in/out of IP in PL to maximize features in the smallest package
100,000 logic cell and 264 GMAC/s DSP
52 Gb/s I/O bandwidth and DDR3 interfaces up to 800 Mb/s
Integrated block for PCI Express® (PCIe®), for up to x4 Gen2 Endpoint
Ethernet AVB and CAN interface provided for effective video and data distribution in vehicles