Difference between revisions of "Kurs/Prototyping med FPGA"

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The course will take a stab at explaining the common basics of commercial FPGAs. We will then demonstrate the basics of hardware design languages (HDL) and present an example of prototyping a design in FPGA where we go slightly in-depth about the tools used and the results they produce. We will also touch briefly on the subject of achieving timing closure in high-speed designs.
 
The course will take a stab at explaining the common basics of commercial FPGAs. We will then demonstrate the basics of hardware design languages (HDL) and present an example of prototyping a design in FPGA where we go slightly in-depth about the tools used and the results they produce. We will also touch briefly on the subject of achieving timing closure in high-speed designs.
  
The course is aimed at people interested in hardware. If you know the difference between a mealy and moore state machine (or know that there *is* a difference).
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The course is aimed at people interested in hardware.  
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The prerequisites are:
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- Some knowledge on basic electrical engineering; if you can piece together how a ripple-carry adder works, you're within scope.

Latest revision as of 12:10, 29 October 2010

Tid: Torsdag 4. november 2010, kl. 18:15
Sted: R9
Kursholder: Odd Rune S. Lykkebø

The course will take a stab at explaining the common basics of commercial FPGAs. We will then demonstrate the basics of hardware design languages (HDL) and present an example of prototyping a design in FPGA where we go slightly in-depth about the tools used and the results they produce. We will also touch briefly on the subject of achieving timing closure in high-speed designs.

The course is aimed at people interested in hardware.

The prerequisites are:

- Some knowledge on basic electrical engineering; if you can piece together how a ripple-carry adder works, you're within scope.