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FPGArduino - where FPGA meets Arduino - FER

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Hello,

 

That looks like a nice project. :) I put it on my list of things to try out later, if I get the time I'll try to support the Papilio board.

 

Jack.

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Wouldn't it be easier to just buy an Arduino if that's what you want to work with?

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That occurred to me too.  Though one potential advantage of FPGArduino is that you could conceivably start modifying the HDL, adding your own peripherals, etc; and still have an Arduino program do a lot of the heavy lifting for communication and control.  I have no idea how it compares with DesignLab in that regard (having not tried either).  They seem to be accomplishing the same thing.

 

As for CPU architectures, the more the merrier.  Especially ones that have good development environments available for them and are available for multiple FPGA platforms.

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I have succesfuly added S3e250e, and tested fading led on OLS, now I need to test if serial is working so I can upload

 

do you maybe have pic firmware with USB to serial, that way it shod work on usb only on OLS?

 

git is here, but it will marge soon with master

 

https://github.com/goran-mahovlic/f32c

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Lots of new boards supported, for now we have Blink led :) , GPIO , Interrupts , PWM , Software SPI, Hardware SPI, PID , 433.92 MHz transmitter, VGA, HDMI, small framebuffer, FM transmitter with RDS, DCF77 transmitter, soft I2C, PWM, SRAM support, and initial SDRAM support

 

http://www.nxlab.fer.hr/fpgarduino/#boards

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