Práctica para la asignatura Arquitectura e Ingeniería de Computadores de 4º curso de Ingeniería Informática (Universidad de Extremadura). Simulación en VHDL de un procesador segmentado.
PID_control, real_time, matlab_simulink, xilinx_ise, fpga_spartan3e
Embedded system design (VHDL description) based on Xilinx's Spartan3E Development Kit to perform real-time PID control and monitoring of time critical plants such as brushless DC motors, maglevs... vimeo.com/channels/anie prezi.com/gpbycavq499c/anie/
A arcade snake game purely written in verilog [ no asm or C ]
BlowfishVHDL - free fully synthesizable Blowfish encryption algorithm hardware implementation.
Bluespec SystemVerilog Eclipse Plugin
BlueSVEP is an Eclipse-based IDE for Bluespec SystemVerilog, a functional hardware description language based on a synthesizable subset of Haskell and SystemVerilog.
The aim of FAZIA project is to build a 4Pi array for charged particles
The FAZIA project groups together more than 10 institutions in Nuclear Physics, which are working in the domain of heavy-ion induced reactions around and below the Fermi energy (10-100AMeV). The aim of the project is to build a 4Pi array for charged particles, with high granularity and good energy resolution, with A and Z identification capability over the widest possible range. It will use the up-to-date techniques concerning detection, signal processing and data flow, with full digital electronics. Neutron detection is also foreseen via the collaboration with the NEUTROMANIA group. FAZIA is designed to operate at stable and radioactive beams facilities like LNL-Legnaro, LNS-Catania in Italy, GANIL-SPIRAL and SPIRAL2 in France, GSI-FAIR in Germany in the horizon 2010-2015. The availability of the european radioactive beam facility EURISOL expected in the period 2015-2020 will also be a major opportunity for the FAZIA community.
A free VHDL IPs for general purpose FPGA developpement. Need GRLIB to work properly, to setup see README.
FPGA-Based USB-Input Audio Digital to Analogue Converter
An open-hardware and -firmware project that implements a USB-input fully-digital class-D audio amplifier. All processing is done on FPGA, including the USB-physical, USB-SIE, HID interface, clock-recovery, bus voltage regulation, noise-shaping and PWM output. A Microchip PIC based remote control is also included. The remote maps to the media buttons of the USB HID interface. The volume control, next track, previous track, stop and play/pause functions are supported.
GPS to Radio-controlled Clock
The purpose of this simple DIY project is to build an electronic circuit that received the GPS time signal, convert it to the radio-controlled clock format, and transmit that signal to the clock. Once built, there is no need for setup and maintenance, all you need is put this unit close to the window to receive GPS signal, and it will transmit the time signal to your radio-controlled clock.
This is an image coder with fixed sampling, at a rate of up to 24 images per second (on XC2V1000-4 @ 40 MHz with res. up to 352x288).
Verilog plugin for Notepad++
Verilog processor for Notepad++. Current features: - Instantiate a module - Insert registers/wires from a module - Generate a test bench template - Automatically inserts a default header for a test bench - Insert a clocked always block v1.2.0 now supports ANSI and non-ANSI module declarations. To use this plugin, select the module declaration (including parameter and I/O definitions below for non-ANSI) and click SHIFT-CTRL-C. This selects the module and parses its components. After this, all other functions are available.
This card will capture High Definition Video 1280x720 at 30fps, and soon be capable of 60fps and maybe even 1080p. This is a hardware project so source code, RTL, and board CAD files will be involved. All IC's and parts should be easily available.
Open implementation of the x86 architecture
OpenSOC86 is an open implementation of the x86 architecture in Verilog. The current version only implements the 16-bit part (real mode). The processor is a pipelined architecture clocked at 100 MHz in a Cyclone II speed grade -6. Therefore it can be seen as similar to a 486 in real mode. Several peripherals are also implemented in a somewhat minimalistic way, but enough to be able to boot an IBM PCXT compatible bios and MSDOS 6.22. The current implementation is only proven to boot the bios and DOS in simulation. The system is targeted to run on the DE2-70 board. In order to run the system in hardware a SDRAM and SRAM controller need to be added. These are currently in development.
Open architecture GPU simulator and implementation
Documentation, simulator, compiler, and Verilog implementation of a completely open-architecture graphics processing unit. This design is intended for academic and commercial purposes. The first step is to develop a detailed GPU simulator and compiler. The second step is to implement the GPU in synthesizable Verilog. The third step is to develop a feedback loop between the simulator and implementation, allowing power, performance, and reliability aspects of the hardware to feed back into ever more detailed and accurate simulations of a complete GPU. LICENSING Primary licensing is GPLv3. Secondary is Commercial. Commercial licensing (use incompatible with GPLv3) will be available via an elected or appointed non-profit Facilitator. Revenue will be invested per the discretion of the Facilitator and an advisory board. By contributing to this project, you agree to these terms. [See our Wiki for more information](https://sourceforge.net/p/openshader/wiki/)
Attempt to implement DEC PDP-11 minicomputer in Xilinx FPGA
Toolkit to use the SASEBO GII boards more efficiently
Documentation for the SASEBO GII boards is rather sparse and as we need to overcome a few hurdles to get our research project going, we want to share our experiences and make the generic tools available so that others can use it without having to redo all the work. What we're attempting to do is create a solution where one can use the USB bus to communicate with a Xilinx microblaze core on the target FPGA of the SASEBO board (via the control FPGA), use the onboard SRAM and develop coprocessors for the microblaze.
This is my personal sourceforge file for personal projects that I intend to work on.
VHDL description of a FPGA-based FBG interrogation system
VHDL that describes the digital circuits employed in a fiber Bragg grating interrogation system, currently implemented in a FPGA system.
VHDL Plugin for the Notepad++ Editor
VHDL plugin based on http://sourceforge.net/projects/nppvhdlplugin/ This version is enhanced to include: - Insert Instantiation - Insert Signals - Create Test Bench Framework - Insert Component - Make comments Doxygen compliant - Create New Behavioral/Structural Entity Template - Create New Package File Template - Insert Synchronous Process - Insert Asynchronous Process - Insert a Default Header The default header is set in the vhdlConfig.txt file.
VHDL Design Tool - code generation and project management
Application simplifies the development and management of VHDL projects. The project is displayed in a well-arranged tree structure depending on the hierarchy of entities. It also helps to maintain projects in a consistent state. Other features include automatic generation of VHDL testbenches and structures based on user-defined templates. The NetBeans platform is used as a basis for the implementation.
ADMS is a code generator that converts electrical compact device models specified in high-level description language into ready-to-compile c code for the API of spice simulators. Repository migrated to: https://github.com/Qucs/ADMS For checkout do: git clone https://github.com/Qucs/ADMS.git
cMIPS - an FPGA ready VHDL model for 5-stage pipeline, MIPS32r2 core
This project was moved to https://gitlab.c3sl.ufpr.br/roberto/cmips The code here is no longer up to date. The VHDL model mimics the pipeline design described in Patterson & Hennessy's book (Computer Organisation and Design) and is an almost complete implementation of the MIPS32r2 instruction set. The TLB and assorted control registers will be included soon (as of fev 2015). The model was synthesized for an Altera EP4CE30F23. The model uses up 15% of combinational blocks and 5% logic registers.
Clock and Control Card Utilities
cccutils provide the sources of the CCC and the CCC-Fanout.
GIAnT (Generic Implementation ANalysis Toolkit) is a platform for physical analysis of (embedded) devices. Primarily designed for hardware security analyses, it is built around an FPGA-based board for fault injection and side-channel analysis. This project has been supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research BMBF (grant 01IS10026A, Project EXSET).
An Open-Source Library for Low-Power Approximate Computing Modules
The “lpACLib” library contains the VHDL description of accurate and approximate versions of several arithmetic modules (like adders and multiplier of different bit-widths) and accelerators. Moreover, it also provides the corresponding software behavioral models/implementations developed in C and MATLAB to enable quality characterization. Besides our novel designs, it also contains implementations for several state-of-the-art arithmetic modules and their approximate versions. This open-source library facilitates research and development in approximate computing at higher abstraction levels, and to facilitate reproducible research and comparisons. In case of usage, please refer to our publication: Muhammad Shafique, Rehan Hafiz, Semeen Rehman, Walaa El-Harouni, Jörg Henkel, "Cross-Layer Approximate Computing: From Logic to Architectures", Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2016. Contributors: Authors, Vanshika Baoni, M. Abdullah Hanif http://ces.itec.kit.edu/lpACLib.php