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Cmod A7-35T: Breadboardable Artix-7 FPGA Module

Cmod A7-35T: Breadboardable Artix-7 FPGA Module


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The Digilent Cmod A7 is a small, breadboard friendly 48-pin DIP form factor board built around a Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA. The board also includes a USB-JTAG programming circuit, USB-UART bridge, clock source, Pmod host connector, SRAM, Quad-SPI Flash, and basic I/O devices. These components make it a formidable, albeit compact, platform for digital logic circuits and MicroBlaze embedded soft-core processor designs using Xilinx's development software, Vivado. There are 44 Digital FPGA I/O signals and two FPGA Analog inputs that are routed to 100-mil-spaced through-hole pins so that you can integrate your programmable logic design directly into a solderless breadboard circuit. At just 0.7” by 2.75”, it can also be loaded in a standard socket and used in embedded systems.


The only difference between the Cmod A7-15T and Cmod A7-35T are the capabilities of the FPGA found on the board. They compare as follows:

Cmod A7-15T Cmod A7-35T
FPGA part XC7A15T-1CPG236C XC7A35T-1CPG236C
1 MSPS On-chip ADC Yes Yes
Programming options Quad-SPI Flash/JTAG Quad-SPI Flash/JTAG
Look-up Tables (LUTs) 10,400 20,800
Flip-flops 20,800 41,600
Block RAM 112.5 KB 225 KB
Clock Management Tiles 5 5


  • System Features

    • 512KB SRAM with an 8-bit bus and 8ns access times

    • 4MB Quad-SPI Flash

    • USB-JTAG Programming Circuitry

    • Powered from USB or external 3.3-5.5V supply connected to DIP pins

  • System Connectivity

    • USB-UART bridge

  • Interaction and Sensory Devices

    • 2 LEDs

    • 1 RGB LED

    • 2 Push Buttons

  • Expansion Connectors

    • 48-pin DIP connector with 44 Digital I/O and 2 Analog inputs (0-3.3V)

    • One Pmod connector with 8 Digital I/O

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