Introduction to FPGA Design for Embedded Systems

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Introduction to FPGA Design for Embedded Systems

 

Course Information:

 

Programmable Logic has become more and more common as a core technology used to build electronic systems. By integrating soft-core or hardcore processors, these devices have become complete systems on a chip, steadily displacing general purpose processors and ASICs. In particular, high performance systems are now almost always implemented with FPGAs. This course will give you the foundation for FPGA design in Embedded Systems along with practical design skills. You will learn what an FPGA is and how this technology was developed, how to select the best FPGA architecture for a given application, how to use state of the art software tools for FPGA development, and solve critical digital design problems using FPGAs. You use FPGA development tools to complete several example designs, including a custom processor. If you are thinking of a career in Electronics Design or an engineer looking at a career change, this is a great course to enhance your career opportunities. Hardware Requirements: You must have access to computer resources to run the development tools, a PC running either Windows 7, 8, or 10 or a recent Linux OS which must be RHEL 6.5 or CentOS Linux 6.5 or later. Either Linux OS could be run as a virtual machine under Windows 8 or 10. The tools do not run on Apple Mac computers. Whatever the OS, the computer must have at least 8 GB of RAM. Most new laptops will have this, or it may be possible to upgrade the memory.

 

Main part:

 

1.






Whats this programmable logic stuff anyway? History and Architecture

2.






FPGA Design Tool Flow; An Example Design

3.






FPGA Architectures: SRAM, FLASH, and Anti-fuse

4.






Programmable logic design using schematic entry design tools

 

Course address:

 

https://www.coursera.org/learn/intro-fpga-design-embedded-systems

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