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FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) Design & Implementation

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FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) Design & Implementation

FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) Design & Implementation
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 32 lectures (11h 26m) | 2.96 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt

Become FPGA Design Engineer. Learn FPGA Design Engineering, Design Flows & Tools, FPGA DSP Circuits, Protoflex, PLI etc

What you'll learn
Gain end-to-end knowledge of FPGA design engineering & implementation
Acquire skills to become FPGA Design & Implementation Engineer
Learn FPGA Design flows & design tools
Understand and implement FPGA Design using Verilog
Learn FPGA Testing
Simulate and implement SOPC Design
Learn how to read data from Peripherals
Learn FPGA implementation of DSP Circuits
Define Wordcount using MapReduce for FPGA
Describe Protoflex and Reconfigurable Hardware
Understand challenges in using FPAA FPGA in Mixed Signal Technology
Get knowledge of Mentor Graphics Tools & Guidelines
Define & execute Spartan FPGA and Memristive FPGA

Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world!

A warm welcome to the FPGA Design & Implementation course by Uplatz

FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array. FPGA is essentially an integrated circuit that can be programmed by a user for a specific use after it has been manufactured. The modern day FPGAs contain adaptive logic modules (ALMs) and logic elements (LEs) connected via programmable interconnects. These blocks create a physical array of logic gates that can be customized to perform specific computing tasks. This makes them very different from other types of microcontrollers or Central Processing Units (CPUs), whose configuration is set and sealed by a manufacturer and cannot be modified.

FPGA programming has become a buzzword these days due to it offering considerable benefits over the traditional ICs. FPGA allows you to offload resource hungry-tasks to hardware and thus cause a significant increase in performance. FPGAs can be programmed and reprogrammed according to the dynamic needs.

FPGA Design & Implementation - Course Syllabus

Introduction to FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays)

FPGA Testing

FPGA Design Flows & Design Tools

FPGA Design using Verilog - Introduction

FPGA Design using Verilog - Verilog overview

FPGA Design using Verilog - Data Types

FPGA Design using Verilog - Procedural Assignments

FPGA Design using Verilog - VHDL Design using Verilog

FPGA Design using Verilog - Visual Verification of Designs

FPGA Design using Verilog - Finite State Machines - part 1

FPGA Design using Verilog - Finite State Machines - part 2

FPGA Design using Verilog - Design Examples

FPGA Design using Verilog - Test Benches

FPGA Design using Verilog - SystemVerilog for Synthesis

FPGA Design using Verilog - Packages & Interfaces

Simulate and implement SOPC Design

Reading Data from Peripherals


Script execution in Quartus and ModelSim NIOS

Image Processing using FPGA

Challenges in using FPAA FPGA in Mixed Signal Technology


Reconfigurable Hardware

Wordcount using MapReduce for FPGA

FPGA implementation of DSP Circuits

Reversible Logic Circuits

FPGA implementation of Divider in Finite Field

Principles of PLI

Spartan FPGA implementation

Programmable Chips and Boards

Memristive FPGA

Mentor Graphics Tools & Guidelines

Who this course is for
FPGA Implementation Engineers
FPGA Design Engineers
FPGA Engineers
FPGA Algorithm Engineers
Newbies & Beginners aspiring for a career in FPGA Design Engineering
FPGA Design Consultants
Anyone interested in Embedded Engineering & FPGA Design
FPGA Crypto Validation Engineers
FPGA Design Application Engineers
FPGA/ASIC Engineers
Electronics & Instrumentation Engineers
Electronics Design Engineers - Medical Devices FPGA
Electronics Engineers VHDL FPGA
Digital Design Engineers

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