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FPGA Soft Core Processors: getting to “Hello World”

One of the rites of passage in FPGAs is implementing a processor.

This can be very difficult.  The purpose of the talk is getting a fast start. 

The talk will cover FPGA resource utilization, instruction set design, data path considerations, getting to “Hello World”, and completing the implementation.

 

 



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  • St. Mary's University
  • 1 Camino Santa Maria
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • United States
  • Building: University Center
  • Room Number: Conference Room B (Upstairs)

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  • Co-sponsored by CEDA
  • Starts 22 January 2016 04:00 PM
  • Ends 16 February 2016 04:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
  • No Admission Charge
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  Speakers

Jim Brakefield, Life Senior Member, IEEE

Jim Brakefield, Life Senior Member, IEEE

Topic:

FPGA Soft Core Processors: getting to “Hello World”

One of the rites of passage in FPGAs is implementing a processor.


This can be very difficult.  The purpose of the talk is getting a fast start. 


The talk will cover FPGA resource utilization, instruction set design, 


data path considerations, getting to “Hello World”, and completing the implementation.


 

Biography:

Assembly language programming on over a dozen processors

FPGA projects: small, medium and not that large

Circuit board design including microprocessors and FPGAs

Email:

Jim Brakefield, Life Senior Member, IEEE

Topic:

FPGA Soft Core Processors: getting to “Hello World”

Biography:

Email:

Jim Brakefield, Life Senior Member, IEEE

Topic:

FPGA Soft Core Processors

Biography:

Email:





Agenda

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