ECE 2140 EXP # 13--Berk

ECE 2140 EXP # 13--Berk - TheGeorgeWashingtonUniversity

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The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science Experiment 14 By: Berk Bozoklar Lab Partners: Joshua Dean Eric Herrera Roy Ghantous T.A: Jie Chen  Due Date: April 13, 2011 1. Abstract This experiment was another introduction to the multiple uses of the FPGA programming and how it can be used in combination with the Diligent Basys FPGA board. Using this board and the Diligent Basys program, pin assignments were made on the FPGA; the board was programmed so that a counter could be run using the Verilog code that was listed in the lab. 2. Introduction
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The Diligent Basys FPGA board was once again used for this experiment. The board combines with the Xlinx Project Navigator to allow for the formulation of a program within the Project Navigator that can be downloaded onto the FPGA board. This board contains many switches and LEDs that allow for the downloaded code to be carried out turning the different switches on and off in order to generate the desired output value. This experiment
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course ECE 2140 taught by Professor Carrol during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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ECE 2140 EXP # 13--Berk - TheGeorgeWashingtonUniversity

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