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Creating sinusoidal waveform using FPGA

Zahrak Zahrak is offline
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I wanted to ask if it is possible to create a sinusoidal waveform whose frequency is about 40 mega hertz, using FPGA? Is the waveform clear as if produced by a function generator?
Also, I want to see if it is possible to set the beginning phase of the sine wave to an exact phase we want; for example, whenever the system starts to produce the wave, the waveform begins from, say, phase of pi.(the standard deviation error must be 0.1 degree)
Thanks for the help in advance
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