Creative uses of FMC


How the convenience of having modular I/O for any FPGA family makes it hard to not use an FMC as an I/O front-end

This article, introduced by Jerry Gipper, editor of VITA Technologies, looks at how the FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) standard has become the de facto mezzanine standard for anyone wanting a modular solution for platforms using an FPGA [field-programmable gate array], and examines some of the creative ways in which engineers are leveraging its modularity.