Getting started with FPGAs By David Romano
This is an entry level course for computer engineering professionals, dedicated makers, and advanced hobbyists wanting to explore FPGA technology for the first time.
It provides basic instruction on how to setup, design, and build digital logic circuits using a low cost FPGA board and the Xilinx Integrated Synthesis Environment (ISE). It also provides an introduction to Verilog HDL (hardware description language), a specialized computer language used to describe the structure and behavior of digital logic circuits. It's a hands-on course where you'll build simple breadboard circuits and use them to test the FPGA logic designs that you create.
Understand the basic FPGA design process and the FPGA development environment
Survey the history of FPGAs, how they're used, and some pitfalls to avoid
Learn to build a pulse width modulation circuit using Verilog HDL and a Papilio Duo
Understand how to install and setup a Xilinx ISE for a specific FPGA board
Learn to map the physical I/O of an FPGA device to an FPGA board I/O using constraint files
The course requires learners to purchase a low cost Papilio Pro FPGA development board
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