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Gain an understanding of the design of digital logic circuits using Intel® FPGA devices. Topics covered include:
By the end of this course, students will have practical knowledge of:
Professors: Enroll in the Intel® FPGA Academic Program to request solutions, source material, software licenses, and teaching hardware. Membership Home
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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: Switches, Lights, and Multiplexers
Get an introduction to circuit design using a hardware description language.
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Lab 2: Numbers and Displays
Build on the previous exercises by learning about simple encoding, arithmetic, and combinational logic.
Lab 3: Latches, Flip-Flops, and Registers
This exercise introduces storage elements and sequential logical.
Lab 4: Counters
Use skills learned in the previous exercises to build counters.
Lab 5: Timers and Real-Time Clocks
Explore the use of clocks in timed circuits.
Lab 6: Adders, Subtractors, and Multipliers
Examine arithmetic circuits that perform calculations.
Lab 7: Finite State Machines
Get an introduction to finite state machines (FSMs) and their design in digital logic.
Lab 8: Memory Blocks
Practice using memory resources that exist within the FPGA device.
Lab 9: A Simple Processor
Use concepts from earlier labs to implement a simple processor.
Lab 10: An Enhanced Processor
Implement an enhanced processor using the skills learned from Lab 9.
Lab 11: Implement Algorithms in Hardware
Use algorithmic state machine (ASM) charts to implement algorithms as hardware circuits.
Lab 12: Basic Digital Signal Processing
Learn the basics of signal processing in hardware using an audio codec.