This section contains tutorial projects for the Terasic DE10-Nano board.
Get introduced to the debug capabilities of the ARM* DS-5* debugger.
In this tutorial, you'll be introduced to the debug capabilities of the ARM* DS-5* debugger. In this tutorial, you'll create, compile and run the ‘Hello World’ example application on Linux* for the Terasic DE10-Nano* Development Board. You’ll also learn how to import and compile a sample application, set up a remote system explorer, and create a debugger configuration to run and debug the application.
Learn to capture and plot accelerometer data from the DE10-Nano board's built-in accelerometer.
Data from the Terasic DE10-Nano's* built-in 3-axis accelerometer (the ADXL345 from Analog Devices*) is measured on ALL 3 axes to show when the board is in motion. The raw output of the accelerometer is converted to g-force values by a sensor library and then sent to graphing software for data visualization and interpretation.
In this tutorial you will:
Before you set up and connect to the board, let's first introduce you to FPGAs (if you haven't already met...) and how they can help you.
Find below instructions for extending the microSD (μSD) card root file system (rootfs) partition.
Here, you'll find instructions for using Open PacKaGe Manager (OPKG) to expand your development environment.
Welcome to the How to Program Your First FPGA Device tutorial! Here, we show you how to program the FPGA device to blink an on-board LED.
Click on the link below to check out the full tutorial where you learn to create the hardware equivalent of “Hello World”: a blinking LED. This is a simple exercise to get you started using the Intel® Quartus* software for FPGA development.
This tutorial shows you how to:
Welcome to developing on FPGAs!
Before you begin, inventory and verify the kit contents.
- For board stability, attach the silicon (rubber) feet to the copper standoffs (underside of board).