FPGA is not cheap!! Back to CUDA with C++ and Matlab as that is the only affordable solution?
Gee…FPGA is not so cheap to work with. Back to the drawing board until I can afford FPGA. Look at the end of this posting to see the prices.
Here are some development FPGA boards to get your started:
They start $800. Ouch.
Some other choices:
What Matlab will support from Altera and Xilinx:
Thr cheapest listed is $1700 at
Other prices were $14k-$30k.This is just for evaluation boards.
This could be an option but no mention of Matlab support
P.S. The thought of FPGA sounded fun until to you see the bill.NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!