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Trippin’ The Odyssey Fantastic

Fish Fry Takes a Ride with the MAX 10 Odyssey FPGA and BLE Sensor Kit

Calling all makers, DIYers and FPGA enthusiasts — This week’s Fish Fry is dedicated to you! In a very special episode of Fish Fry, we are giving away an Odyssey MAX® 10 FPGA and BLE Sensor Kit courtesy of Macnica. Steve Sharp (Macnica) joins us to unveil the cool features of this new FPGA and BLE Sensor Kit and gives us the low down on what awesome projects we can create with it. Also this week, we look into the growing security threats facing our FPGA designs today and investigate Altera’s new Stratix 10 built-in security features that hope to keep the bad guys at bay – once and for all.


 

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Links for July 17, 2015

More information about the Odyssey MAX 10 FPGA and BLE Sensor Kit

Mpression Odyssey Kit Example Applications: Track Rover and Quadcopter

Getting Started with FPGA Designs for the Odyssey MAX 10 FPGA and BLE Sensor Kit

New Episode of Chalk Talk – Altera Stratix 10 Security

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