LAB1 - Objective The objective of this lab is to learn how to use the Quartus Schematic ModelSim and the Intel DE10-Lite Board We also expect to design

LAB1 - Objective The objective of this lab is to learn how...

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Objective: The objective of this lab is to learn how to use the Quartus Schematic, ModelSim and the Intel DE10-Lite Board. We also expect to design a circuit that counts from 0 to 9. Design and Test Procedure: (a) The first step of this lab was to setup Quartus correctly for our board and the correct simulation too (ModelSim-Altera). After that we can start building the first circuit (Figure 1). Figure 1: The Initial Schematic (b) After the circuit is built we can use the System Builder program to generate a System Builder that can be assigned to our circuit. After that we can compile and program it to our DE10-Lite Board. We notice that it worked as expected - it count from 0 to 9 and then roll over to 0 again. (c) After that we change our circuit to the Figure 2 one and we programmed the board for the new circuit. We noticed that since the frequency is too high, the board only show the number 8, but we can see that turning the clock off the others numbers can be seen. Figure 2: Using a 50 Mhz Clock Signal
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Unformatted text preview: (d) Since this testing is not effective we used ModelSim for a more effective testing. We 1 first setup ModelSim and open the Wave View where we can see the waves of GPIO, SW (force mode), HEX0 and MAX10_CLK1_50 (clock mode). Result and Answers to Questions: The result from the simulation can be seen on Figure 3: Figure 3: ModelSim Wave View As can be seen the circuit behaves as expected (match the figure from the lab manual) and the GPIO output is counting from 0 to 9, changing the number at the clock frequency of 50MHz. Each waveform does match the behavior of the corresponding signal when the circuit operates on the DE10-LITEboard since we see the expected output on the board as expected based on the simulations. Conclusions: In this lab we learned how to use the the Quartus Schematic Capture to design circuits, ModelSim Simulation to simulate the design and the Intel DE10-Lite Board to test and verify the design. 2...
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