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  1. Hello, I am making a project to make the XADC read voltages, and I want to multiply the voltages from channel 1 and channel 2, do I need to send the two voltages to the multiplier at the same time? And if there is a delay when I get those two voltages, how can I send them at the same time. New to the FPGA, please help me. Thanks in advance.
  2. For a piece of research I am looking to conduct, I am wanting to compare the efficiency of hardware multipliers with different types of designed multipliers. As I have a NEXYS4 DDR, I am looking to use the 25x18 multiplier on board as a basis for comparison. Is there any reference as to what the hardware design is for the on-board multiplier so I have a better frame of reference of what I am comparing to (i.e. is it a Wallace tree multiplier?). --RG
  3. I want to desighn signal generator sin signal in frequencies that could be changed from 100 khz to 1 mhz , and that signal to be able to multiply in voltage , curent as much low as possible 1 or 2 mA , the level of multiplication of voltage should be from 10 v to 1000 v with as low as possible output current 1 or 2 mA , From my reserch nobody produces such multiplier of voltage , so it has to be done 100 khz sin signal generator , then multiplier with big output impedance -because of low amps wanted in output , and this way i would rich to 100 v , then from 100 v to 1000 v through transformer