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Zedboard vs Zybo

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FrankWL
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Zedboard vs Zybo

I am new to Xilinx's Zynq, and I don't have years experience in FPGA. Although this is a Zedboard forum, I would like to know what I cannot do if I purchase a Zybo board instead of a Zedboard.

main difference is there is

main difference is there is no fmc connector on the zybo,
except that they are pretty much the same board (same codecs, vga..)

zedhed
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Also HDMI Interface

Hi FrankWL,
 
In addition to the FMC connector difference, Zybo utilizes TMDS signaling to handle HDMI native through the Zynq I/Os. This has the benefit of supporting either HDMI input or output mode. However, the I/O signaling at that voltage level supports up to 720P resolutions. If you need to output 1080P resolution, the Analog Devices ADV7511 on the ZedBoard is recommended.
 
Regards,
 
-Kevin