Top Down Approach to a New FPGA Design

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Imagine you’ve bought an FPGA development board. After a while, you’re bored with the demo functions and you want to start your own design from scratch. You don’t want your board to power up and have half-lit LEDs or annoying buzzers squealing, so you want to set up the output signals correctly. This article walks through one possible set of steps that you can take to get there.

NewDesignTopDown.pdf [0.20 MB]

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