I bought two of these boards off eBay for $10. Like an idiot I didn’t notice the seller had ‘make an offer’ enabled; I’d have bought more and probably paid less. I’m interested in the DAC and a couple other parts. Too bad that Spartan is a BGA, since I don’t have any reballing equipment.
I’d love to know what they were originally for. Have any idea? There’s an Analog Devices AD9761 TxDAC, so that leads me to believe the board was used for some RF purpose. But there’s no RF connectors, so I could be wrong.
Xilinx Spartan 300 Series FPGA XC2S300E-FGG456 FBGA456 (8x) Intel 128Mbit FLASH 28F128J3D75 EZBGA64-3 Xilinx PROM XC18V02 SERIAL OR PARALLEL EEPROM,PLCC44 PHILIPS / NXP 8051 MCU P89C662HFA 8-BIT MICROCONTROLLER,PLCC44 PHILIPS / NXP USB peripheral controller with parallel bus PDIUSBD12 TSSOP28 PHILIPS / NXP Hex Inverter 74HC04D SO14 MAX232A, MULTI-CHNL RS-232 DRIVER/RCVR, SO1 CYPRESS CY7C1399B,32K X 8 SRAM,TSOP28 256K SRAM AD9761 / TxDAC+ 9761ARS SSOP28-2 Dual channel, 10-bit CMOS DAC, 40 MSPS XTAL 21.524475Mhz HC49 XTAL 18Mhz MA-506 LT1762, ADJ LOW NOISE LDO REGULATOR,SSO8 LT1762, 5V LOW NOISE LDO REGULATOR,SSO8 LT1767, ADJ STEP-DOWN REGULATOR,SSO8