Hi Felix and Jack.
Many-many thanks for your replies, you gave a lot of info.
Yes, I had the idea to use an ESP8266 but in the past I've used some just with serial interface (ESP-01) and in such case you get a very low throughoutput. I know the ESP8266 could be interfaced directly through it's SPI, but it seems to be poorly documented. Furthermore, such developement could stole too much time from the whole project...
About saving to SD: i need to process the data on the fly: my system will sniff the data on the LCD bus and send it to a PC, where the images directed to the LCD are checked to control if the circuit/uP driving the LCD is doing a good job... The test will run for hours and may also change if something is not going ok, so I cannot get all the data later...
Do you think getting out data with an ethernet module could be a feasible solution? I'm thinking at the http://store.gadgetfactory.net/ethernet-module/ based on the Microchip ENC28J60, or some similar module... Would it have enough bandwith to get out 230kbytes x 10fps (it's about 23 Mbit/s)? I'm reading that the ENC28J60 could get data at 20Mhz SPI clock, so it's surely not fast enough to receive a 23Mbit/s stream, but it could perhaps work with half such framerate, let's say at 5 frames per second. What do you think?
I dont' want to abuse of your time, so just one more questions and I'll free you...; in the case one should find a praticable interface to get out the data (ethernet or else), what IDE should we use to develop into the FPGA the firmware for such task, is it Papilo Designlab IDE?
Many thanks again, and kind regards,