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An openSAFETY safe node demo application1 weekly downloads
Este proyecto presenta GraphUIS, una implementación de un periférico de video en un FPGA como un diseño modular caracterizado por no tener memoria dedicada. Se desarrolló como un proyecto académico en la Universidad Industrial de Santander.
The RoboCup Team of Shanghai University (aka. Strive Team) is now devoting itself to the Humanoid League Contest. Many features like machine vision, pace generation, speech cognition, etc. of the humanoid robots is rising here in the following years.
Design and implementation of silicon and software for baseband processors conforming to IEEE wireless standards. Initial focus on WiMAX and WiFi.
Synthesia is an open hardware/software platform intended for creating standalone audio devices such as synthesizers on embedded processors.
X-RT: A portable multiprocessor real-time scheduling framework
SEL for access verilog via PLI/VPI API. Tested with Icarus Verilog.
This project is a collection of Open Source crypto cores and implementations relating to high speed cryptanalysis/cracking and complex implementations.
A portable rebuilt of the Atari 2600 console. The target is to rebuild the hardware all inside a box which will be used as it's own control. The games will be stored into a Flash memory and a menu-driven TV interface, in a BIOS, will manage the options.