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Started by Unknown 10 hours ago
I'm new here and I don't know if it's good place for asking questions. May =
I count on your help? ;)
I have some experience with fpga but totaly zero with high speed memory. I =
I'm trying to partially reconfigure my device (XC2VP30 on ML310 board)
through ICAP. I have my ICAP attached to OPB which is attached to
Microblaze. In bitgen.ut file I have set the v...
Started by Unknown 6 days ago
I wonder maybe someone have automotive functional safety guidelines for VHDL
and is willing to share?
I think there's a package available from Altera, however they charge 10k for
Posted by Peter Kalvin - 1 week ago
Here are instructor's solutions manuals to the scientific textbooks in PDF =
format. They cover solutions to all problems. If you need any, let me know =
its title, edition and author.
If your titl...
I have a DB200 that seems to be from NetCPU, or dotnetcpu.com,
though the domain seems not to exist.
Pretty much nothing comes out in a google search.
It would be nice to know the processor (it...
Posted by jt_eaton - 1 week ago
I haven't been able to reach this site for the last couple of days. Anyone
know what's going on?
Posted through http://ww...
Started by Unknown 2 weeks ago
I was asked to prepare a presentation on the topic below for a job interview:
Comparision of Advantages/Disadvantges of Verilog or VHDL in Hardware verification
Someone plz educat...
Altera's Quartus II does not include a free simulator. Is there
a free VHDL or Verilog simulator that is reasonalbly good?
Google shows a few but I would prefer a recommendation.
It seems I have misplaced my VHDL book a long time ago and I can't
figure out where I left it. In short: I need a new VHDL book :-(
Can anyone recommend a good generic VHDL reference? I'm not look...
I'm getting tired of commenting large blocks of VHDL code by hand.
Anyone know of any Vim scripts that can comment/un-comment a VHDL
A cursory Google search brings up either...