I teach the course, An Introduction to Formal Methods, on behalf of . The course features their Symbiotic EDA Suite of programs, centered around a commercial version of SymbiYosys.
In this tutorial, VHDL is used to implement various designs on FPGA board. All the designs are tested on the FPGA boards. NIOS II processor is also used for designs. In this tutorial, Verilog is used to implement various designs on FPGA board. All the designs are tested on the FPGA boards.
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I’m not quite sure why, but most of the time when I examine a design on-line that someone has posted to a forum, there are very few bus components. There’s typically a CPU (Microblaze, Nios2, or ARM), some kind of SDRAM memory, perhaps a flash device, and then one or two other peripherals.
PCB stack-up refers to the arrangement of copper layers and insulating layers that make up a circuit board. The stack-up we choose can play a major role in board performance in several different ways.
This article looks at gallium arsenide, and explores how it compares to other popular semiconductor materials, and explores the different components utilizing each material.Silicon has long held its place as the key material in semiconductors.
A ground plane reduces the inductance of the signal return path. This, in turn, minimizes the noise from transient ground currents. In this article, we’ll discuss how a signal path functions on a multi-layer PCB and the concept of return path inductance.
If you’re looking to get a better handle on how to read schematics, this helpful guide will give you a head start. Every new electrical circuit board design starts as an idea. That idea is then defined, with words and diagrams, in a specification.
This article discusses the Weibull distribution and how it is used in the field of reliability engineering. Reliability engineering uses statistics to plan maintenance, determine the life-cycle cost, forecast failures, and determine warranty periods for products.