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I want to learn VHDL, and I am searching for a cheap and flexible board to be my learning partner. Currently I have only done pretty simple VHDL stuff using CPLDs and Xilinx ISE tools, and I want to make the jump to more complex stuff. Papilio boards look nice, but as they look targeted to "non HDL friendly people", I'm wondering if I will have problems using Xilinx tools instead of Papilio tools. I was thinking about buying a Papilio Pro board, with an Arcade Mega Wing. I suppose it will fit the Papilio Pro without problems, but I'm not 100% sure, maybe it's only for Papilio One? Thanks for help!
230 downloadsLearn VHDL with Mike Field's free book written specifically for the Papilio and LogicStart MegaWing. Step by step examples and full source code walks you through using all the peripherals on the LogicStart. Mike Field wrote a great ebook to help beginners learn VHDL and FPGA technology. We asked Mike what would be the perfect hardware for his proposed book and the end result was the LogicStart MegaWing! Find all code examples on the ebook's github repository. Wiki page with more material that pre-dates the book. Github page
hi guys, iam asked to do project based on fpga in our college, i know very little only, my confusion is which type of FPGA kit i have to purchase for the below details. the concept is store the different voice in memory and if the user voice get matched a relay should energise, totally i have to record and store 5 voices, if voice get matched in a LCD a text should diplay "success voice matched", if voice does not match the text should be " voice mismatch try later" this is the concept. please kindly guide me or update me to purchase suitable low cost fpga kit