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Making Your Own PCI Interface [DIY]

Posted June 29, 2011 by Chris

The PCI bus architecture has existed for a long time and as antiquated as the design is, it still works very well and exists in most modern consumer computers. But, haven’t you ever wanted to make your own PCI card? This article goes step-by-step through the process of building a PCI Interface using a Xilinx FPGA to do the heavy lifting. Verilog source code and hardware schematics are included with the article.

2 Responses to “Making Your Own PCI Interface [DIY]”

  1. Kamal Mehta Says:

    I would like to experiment with PCI interface for communicating from PC to other micro controllers.
    I am looking for very low turn around time.
    Currently I am using USB port but I find them very slow.
    Please send me full details of your article.

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