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ECE 351 Quiz #7 1. (3 points) List three ways to program an FPGA. From a parallel boot memory device From a serial peripheral interface (SPI) flash memory From a microprocessor Via the JTAG port (Any three above is sufficient) 2. (2 points) What does the term “design flow” refer to? The steps required to take a design from a specification (or HDL description) to a synthesized part 3. (1 point)
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Unformatted text preview: What is the most common programming language used for FPGA scripts? Tool command language (TCL) (I will accept just the acronymn) 4. (2 points) What are the two ways of creating FPGA scripts? write it directly using a text editor Save the results of a synthesis run 5. (2 points) What are the 4 signals you must have for a JTAG interface? TMS, TDI, TDO and TCK...
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