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  • Key Phrase Detection

    Reference Design

    Key Phrase Detection

    Continuous searches for a key phrase utterance via a digital MEMS microphone. Can be re-configured to work with any trained word or phrase.
    Key Phrase Detection
  • Human Face Identification

    Reference Design

    Human Face Identification

    Uses a Convolutional Neural Network in the ECP5 FPGA to detect a human face, and match to known registered faces. Can be adapted to work with any other object.
    Human Face Identification
  • Human Presence Detection

    Reference Design

    Human Presence Detection

    Uses Lattice sensAI IP to continuously search for the presence of a human and reports results. Can be adapted to detect any other object.
    Human Presence Detection
  • Object Counting

    Reference Design

    Object Counting

    An example object counting application based on the Lattice sensAI stack. Includes SPI, DDR IP blocks, ISP engine, 8 CNN engines and a counting / overlay engine
    Object Counting
  • MIPI CSI-2 Virtual Channel Aggregation

    Reference Design

  • MIPI DSI/CSI-2 to OpenLDI LVDS Interface Bridge

    Reference Design

    MIPI DSI/CSI-2 to OpenLDI LVDS Interface Bridge

    Modular MIPI/D-PHY Reference Design - Complete solution integrates the Byte to Pixel Converter, CSI-2/DSI D-PHY Receiver and FPD-LINK (OpenLDI) Transmitter
    MIPI DSI/CSI-2 to OpenLDI LVDS Interface Bridge
  • N Input to 1 Output MIPI CSI-2 Side-by-Side Aggregation

    Reference Design

  • I2C Bus Master

    Reference Design

    I2C Bus Master

    Demonstrates how a fast and configurable I2C-Bus Master Controller can be constructed and utilized in a Lattice CPLD/FPGA device
    I2C Bus Master
  • I2C Master - WISHBONE Compatible

    Reference Design

    I2C Master - WISHBONE Compatible

    Based on the OpenCores I2C master core, this Reference Design provides a bridge between the I2C and WISHBONE bus
    I2C Master - WISHBONE Compatible
  • PDM Microphone Aggregation

    Reference Design

    PDM Microphone Aggregation

    Aggregate up to 8 PDM microphones and connection to a processor over I2S or SPI with no impact in audio quality. Ideal for beam-forming. PCM output at 48HKz.
    PDM Microphone Aggregation
  • Image Sensor Bridge

    Reference Design

    Image Sensor Bridge

    Interfaces a CMOS camera to a Digital Video Port (DVP) for a low-power low-footprint solution.
    Image Sensor Bridge
  • RGB LED Reference Design

    Reference Design

    RGB LED Reference Design

    A complete RGB LED design that controls the color, blinking rate, brightness and breathing of an RGB LED.
    RGB LED Reference Design
  • Sensor Data Buffer

    Reference Design

    Sensor Data Buffer

    Interfaces between multiple I2C-based sensors and a processor's UART. Saves power and resources by always collecting data, while the processor sleeps.
    Sensor Data Buffer
  • Sensor Interfacing and Preprocessing

    Reference Design

    Sensor Interfacing and Preprocessing

    Aggregates data from multiple I2C interfaces and performs preprocessing like buffering, timestamping and complex event triggering based on data analysis.
    Sensor Interfacing and Preprocessing
  • Simple Sigma-Delta ADC

    Reference Design

    Simple Sigma-Delta ADC

    Implements an Analog-to-Digital (ADC) using on-FPGA differntial LVDS inputs (or inexpensive analog comparitor). Save cost by eliminating external ADC devices.
    Simple Sigma-Delta ADC
  • SPI Slave to PWM Generation

    Reference Design

    SPI Slave to PWM Generation

    Sets the frequency and duty cycle of a PWM (Pulse-Width Modulator) using data from an external SPI master.
    SPI Slave to PWM Generation
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