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ProgrammingSpartan3_8.1i

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1 Boise State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, EE 230L Programming Spartan-3 FPGA Prototyping Board By now, you should be fairly comfortable using ISE schematics capture tool to enter your design and Modelsim to simulate your design. If not, you need to be. As an incentive for you to be an expert, we will have a hands-on quiz next week! In previous labs, once the designs have been verified, the designs were built using discrete components (AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, or XOR gates). This is an “old” method to build logic circuits. In fact, this method of building logic circuits is obsolete. However, simple logic circuits can still be built using this method (cost effective!). Since, you have learned how to build logic circuits using discrete components; we will be using something more interesting in the lab for the remaining of this semester. You will be programming the FPGA prototyping board using your simulated design. The FPGA board has been built with LEDs and switches. To use this FPGA board, you will need to make pin assignment to
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