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Unformatted text preview: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.111 Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory A Beginners Guide to WARP 1 WARP is a program donated to MIT by Cypress Semiconductor. You are free to use it for any educational or personal purpose. Should you want to use it in connection with any job (i.e., commercial activity), you should secure your own donation or pay Cypress their rather modest fee. This rather short tutorial will not tell you all there is to know about WARP. Rather it is aimed at getting you started by supplying a relatively straightforward Verilog file which implements a 2:1 multiplexor. What follows is an outline of the steps to compile a JEDEC file. Simulation of this multiplexor can be done by Modelsim. The basic steps are: Select a project Select a device Select a package Add the source file Select the file as the top Compile the file After that you may wish to inspect the report file before programming your device...
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