Stephen Borsay – Inexpensive FPGA development and prototyping by example

Stephen Borsay – Inexpensive FPGA development and prototyping by example

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Author: Stephen Borsay

Learn how to code the Numato Elbert V2 FPGA Development board by programming the on-board and external peripherals.

In this course we cover programming the low cost Numato Elbert V2 FPGA development board with the Xilinx Spartan 3A chip. Using the free Xilinx ISE webpack IDE software we program multiple examples in both Verilog and VHDL. Besides coding and interfacing the on-board peripherals like the 7-segment display, DIP switches, buttons, LEDs, and audio we also externally prototype some simple examples using Servo and Stepper motors, LCDs and character displays. All examples are done with inexpensive components that are easy to acquire and interface.

This course will help the practicing engineer get up to speed with the basics of FPGA’s. It’s also well suited for the advanced engineering student interested in digital design, and is appropriate for the technologically savvy hobbyist wanting to gain knowledge of configurable logic in an effort to expand their designs.

We will be going throigh examples including:

1. LEDs 2. switches 3. buttons 4 seven segment display 5. GPIO’s 5 audio 7. Stepper motor 8. servo motor 9. LCD 10. other examples

Limited time: course is $9, will go up to $19 on October 9th, 2015. Remember you can your get a money back if unhappy

What are the requirements?

Experience and comfort with working within an IDE, and some background in coding and hardware interfacing
What am I going to get from this course?

Over 27 lectures and 2 hours of content!
Learn how to access and use peripherals on the Numato Elbert FPGA
Practice with the external interfacing of peripherals to the Elbert
Work with the fundamental constructs of VHDL and Verlilog to create “digital building blocks”
Become comfortable with integrating different digital components into a cohesive system
Quick prototyping with the Elbert
What is the target audience?

Suitable for Engineering students with an interest in digital logic
Applicable to working engineers wanting more knowledge of HDL and FPGAs
Hobbyists who want to “make” with FPGA’s and reconfigurable logic

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