Designing a UP3-Based Digital Pattern Generator Proposal

Designing a - Designing a UP3-Based Digital Pattern Generator Ben Blount bblount Julienne Kung jkung3 Timothy Gurtler tgurtler3 Kevin Morgan

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Designing a UP3-Based Digital Pattern Generator Ben Blount, bblount Julienne Kung, jkung3 Timothy Gurtler, tgurtler3 Kevin Morgan, k.morgan ECE 2031 L07 Fall 2008 11/2/2008 Georgia Institute of Technology College of Engineering School of Electrical and Computer Engineering VGA:
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The use of the VGA on the UP3 board is essential to the design of this proposal. The VGA display will allow the user to choose from a list of patterns to be generated, speeds at which to generated the patterns, width of the patterns, and whether or not to repeat upon completion. In addition to these options, the user will be able to input a pattern seed with the use of the keyboard. When the UP3 board is outputting patterns, then a status message will also be visible to the user. Since this type of visualization is only composed of text, a character based video design will be implemented. A *.mif file will be used as a character generated ROM. This means that each letter, number, or symbol is a pixel image stored in a place in memory [1]. By
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Designing a - Designing a UP3-Based Digital Pattern Generator Ben Blount bblount Julienne Kung jkung3 Timothy Gurtler tgurtler3 Kevin Morgan

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