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Get an introduction to computer organization using assembly language for Arm* or Nios® II processors, as well as programming in the C language for the same tasks. Topics covered include:
By the end of this course, students will have practical knowledge of:
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This .zip file contains all the Verilog and VHDL files for all the labs listed.
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Lab 1: Use a Hard or Soft Processor System on Intel® FPGAs
Learn how programs written in an assembly language can be executed on an Intel® FPGA using the Altera Monitor Program software to compile, load, and run the application programs.
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Lab 2: Logic Instructions
Explore various ways to use logic instructions.
Lab 3: Subroutines and Stacks
This lab covers the concepts of parameter passing, stacks, and recursion.
Lab 4: Input and Output in an Embedded System
Investigate the use of devices that provide input and output capabilities for a processor.
Lab 5: Use Interrupts with Assembly Code
Further explore the use of interrupts in programs that interact with input and output devices.
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Lab 6: Use C Code with an FPGA Processor
Practice using C code on the FPGA hard or soft processor.
Lab 7: Use Interrupts with C Code
Repeat Lab 5 tasks using C code rather than assembly-language code.
Lab 8: Introduction to Graphics and Animation
Explore how to display images and perform animation on a VGA terminal.