Nigan

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  1. Hello everyone,, I got my Papilio DUO the other day and have been playing around with. Let me say I really like what I see. I only had a couple issues(drivers but got fixed), less than most development boards I have used. My main project for buying the DUO was for 3d printing. As I mentioned in an my intro post I think the DUO is a great platform for this. I have started working on splitting up the Teacup firmware for arduino. I put together a small document with my ideas on how a 3d printing firmware might work on the DUO. Looking for others thoughts especially on the FPGA side of things as I am just starting out learning that side. Feel free to chime in on any thoughts. I broke it down into 2 phases just to make the coding a little easier on my end. The 1st phase is just moving all the motion planning and control over to the ZPUino. The later phase will be the better stuff, moving the stepper control out of the ZPUino and just plain fpga, but leaving the motion planning on the ZPUino.youporn.wiki/ xhamster.vip/ redtube.onl/ One of the areas I am especially looking for some input is how to bridge the atmega32U4 to the ZPUino. I need to send data (positions for each axis, estop, etc) to the ZPUino and possibly request data in return (current position) from also. My first thought is something like SPI or I2C over some of the shared pins. I would love to hear if there are some easier or faster or more efficient approaches. Another item I am looking for some feedback is in the Phase 2 area. I showed two possible configuration for how I think it might be done. Any feedback on those would be appreciated also.
  2. Hello everyone,, I recieved my LogicStart today so as I have a few hours spare I thought I'd get cracking wth Hamster's PDF of tutorials and info. I've just finished making a 4 bit adder using the swithces and LEDs of the board and would like to know if my code looks right. It seems to work.. From right to left, the switches in 2 groups of 4 seem to add up all the way to 15. The code is here: xvideos.onl/ xnxx.onl/ chaturbate.onl/ entity switches_leds is Port ( switches : in STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(7 downto 0);LEDs : out STD_LOGIC_VECTOR(7 downto 0));end switches_leds;architecture Behavioral of switches_leds issignal x : STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (3 downto 0);signal y : STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (3 downto 0);signal carry : STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (3 downto 0);signal result : STD_LOGIC_VECTOR (4 downto 0);beginLEDs <= "000" & result;x <= switches (3 downto 0);y <= switches ( 7 downto 4 );result(0) <= x(0) XOR y(0);carry(0) <= x(0) AND y(0);result(1) <= x(1) XOR y(1) XOR carry(0);carry(1) <= (x(1) AND y(1)) OR (carry(0) AND x(1)) OR (carry(0) AND y(1));result(2) <= x(2) XOR y(2) XOR carry(1);carry(2) <= (x(2) AND y(2)) OR (carry(
  3. Hello everyone,, I was wondering if anyone had any input, pro or con, on the Papilio FPGA dev boards. They look like good learning tools, with a decent hobbyist community. My goals: Learn the basics mobdro lucky patcher kodi about FPGAs - I'm starting from scratch (experience with PIC16/18 and ARM9, basic electronics, PC programming). Primary application: FPGA based ADS-B receiver/decoder. Other applications: DSP of other RF signals, maybe playing with graphics generation.
  4. Hello everyone,, This question has already been asked but not for a very long time. Given the long time since the last discussion, I would hazard a guess that both have had major improvements. To which I ask which is the best out of the two? I will be using the board as an introduction to FPGAs as I have developed a keen interest in them as of late. As a theoretical physicist I never really encountered any electronics but an FPGA programmer at work gave me a CPLD to play around with after spending a few months of learning electronics. As such I already know a little about VHDL and could probably shift to Verilog without much fuss. The project I showbox.bio/ tutuapp.uno/ vidmate.vet/ am thinking of doing first is to make the FPGA into a logic analyser for other project testing. I know the Papilio has this feature as standard but given I want to make the project myself that doesn't really matter. What I want to know is, is the I/O routing on the Mojo good enough to allow the 100/200 MHz speeds the Papilio can reach? The Mojo is much easier to get hold of here in the UK whereas the Papilio would have to be imported. That being said the Papilio does have a bundle for everything to make it into a logic analyser (5V buffer boards and test clips) and I guess code which already works out of the box. PS: I would also appreciate any tips for getting a job in FPGA programming as a physicist given that the usual path would be for an electronics engineer. I am only a hobbyist yet but wouldn't mind having the option of my hobby becoming a career. I have already messed around with PICs and CPLDs with reasonable success.