Welcome to FPGA4U
FPGA4U is a USB-powered FPGA-based development board. It is small, it is handy, it is as easy to use as one can make it. But especially: it is powerful! Read more about us.
Warning: Please notice that this Wiki is under continuous development. You are encouraged to help improve it!
- Default Configuration: The default design loaded on the FPGA4U
- Student Projects: A list of student project powered by the FPGA4U
- FPGA4U Test Bench: A complete test bench to verify your FPGA4U.
- EPCS Loader: If you want to change the default configuration of your FPGA.
- Extension Boards: A number of extension boards designed and made available to users.
- Install Quartus II: Install the required drivers and software.
- Tutorial: Learn to use the tools through a complete example.
FPGA4U DE0-nano Extension (2012-)
- FPGA4U DE0 extension board description TODO.
- Excel file DE0 xls file FPGA4U DE0 pin assignments.
- FPGA4U DE0 TCL script Script pin assignments.
- Board Schematics
- FPGA4U RGB LEDs 96 monochrome module.
- FPGA4U board description, describing all the available components, their names, etc.
- Excel file FPGA4U pin assignment
- TCL Script pin assignments
- Board Schematics
- Cypress FX2 USB firmware
http://www.altera.com/literature/manual/quartus_unix.pdf -- Unix and Linux installation (PDF).
http://www.altera.com/support/software/nativelink/quartus2/eda_view_using_eda.html -- Quartus II EDA Support.
http://www.altera.com/support/examples/quartus/quartus.html -- Some examples of Quartus II projects.
http://www.altera.com/education/demonstrations/online/design-software/basic/onl-fpga-cpld-design.html -- Some demonstrations on compilation, simulation, etc.
Quartus on ArchLinux
How to install Quartus development tools on ArchLinux OS.
Most of the funding for this project (partly in kind) comes from the following sources:
See more in the credits page.