This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5361, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.
This course is part of the FPGA Design for Embedded Systems Specialization
About this Course
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TOP REVIEWS FROM HARDWARE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGES FOR FPGA DESIGN
This course is very helpful in understanding the basics of hardware description languages and now after doing this course i am very much comfortable in using verilog and vhdl language.
The Verilog course was very good. However the vhdl course could have been better.Needed a bit more clarity on the assignments.The lectures could have used a bit more explanation.
This is very good course , but i found some little missing details related to reading materials . But this was really very helpful course for me as fresher .
I think this is a good start in learning how to write VHDL and Verilog. I would like to see a next level course or recommendations for further writing code.
About the FPGA Design for Embedded Systems Specialization
The objective of this course is to acquire proficiency with Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)s for the purpose of creating prototypes or products for a variety of applications. Although FPGA design can be a complex topic, we will introduce it so that, with a little bit of effort, the basic concepts will be easily learned, while also providing a challenge for the more experienced designer. We will explore complexities, capabilities and trends of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) and Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLD). Conception, design, implementation, and debugging skills will be practiced. We will learn specifics around embedded IP and processor cores, including tradeoffs between implementing versus acquiring IP. Projects will involve the latest software and FPGA development tools and hardware platforms to help develop a broad perspective of the capabilities of various Programmable SoC solutions. Topics include:
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