FPGA development board is a board centered around an FPGA that allows designers to test their FPGA code in the real world. Once have designed your FPGA by creating an HDL code, you need to test the code in real life on an FPGA board. An FPGA development board isRead More
Adding a CPU soft core to your FPGA design is quite easy and explained in this tutorial. Embedded systems based on FPGA can today enjoy from a rich variety of CPU soft cores. This allows FPGA designers to partition their design implementation between software and hardware and accelerate the developmentRead More
August 30, 2019 — Intel today announced that it has begun shipments of the first Intel® Agilex® field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to early access program customers. Participants in the early access program include Colorado Engineering Inc., Mantaro Networks, Microsoft and Silicom. These customers are using Agilex FPGAs to develop advancedRead More
Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX), the leader in adaptive and intelligent computing, today announced the expansion of its 16 nanometer (nm) Virtex® UltraScale+™ family to now include the world’s largest FPGA — the Virtex UltraScale+ VU19P. With 35 billion transistors, the VU19P provides the highest logic density and I/O count onRead More
This tutorial outlines the development flow for FPGA programming and presents a simplified example to elaborate FPGA programming in real life. The example is based on Intel’s development board that consists of analog-to-digital converters (ADC) and digital-to-analog converter (DAC).
In this FPGA programming tutorial we will create a simple
An FPGA simulation can roughly be defined as an attempt to imitate or recreate the execution of a design or the operation of a system in an artificially produced environment. The simulation uses a model that is extremely close to or almost the same as the actual subject at question.Read More