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The Pynq Z2 board based on a Xilinx FPGA and aims to reduce development time on these processing beasts. SoC-based boards are gaining more and more popularity. And this is not surprising, because such a combination provides truly amazing opportunities compared to the "just" processor or "just" FPGA. On such SoCs, you can build systems that combine algorithmically complex tasks, support for network stacks, GUIs and other things that are easier to implement on the processor, and tasks that require ...