Allows quick evaluation of Power Supply Plant parameters for TI Buck_VMC_F2837xS project.
A stereo vision system with the lowest grade Zynq powered by parallel computing of FPGA. RTL and other design files are presented.
Training and synthesizing a BNN for a very small Zynq SoC.
Adding a display to the MiniZed Motor Control live build equals an alarm clock that will be sure to start your day off on a good note.
Let's learn everything about SRAM memories writing a controller in Verilog.
Control an FPGA from the Linux OS. Dynamically reconfigure the FPGA from Linux user-space. Control custom hardware on the FPGA from Linux.
This project walks through how to implement a simple FIR filter with pre-generated coefficients in Verilog.
GigE Vision camera bridge prototype using the Zybo Z7-10 board with a Digilent Pcam 5C camera connected to it.
This project creates an FPGA-controlled hexapod robot which is capable of walking and navigating around its environment using sonar and IMU.
This project proposes the creation of a graphics library in order to generate and manipulate the graphic information only using VHDL.
How to control motors using PWM, the MiniZed and a touchscreen controller.
This is a demonstration on how a service such as a group of weather stations can influence the decisions of devices via the IOTA network.
The ability to see across multiple elements of the EM spectrum, e.g. visible IR, provides significant benefits. Let's look how we can do it.
Actual PWM duty cycle on 7-segment LED display, driven by hardware (PL) and controlled by software (PS).
A two-wheel robotics platform built on the Arty development board.
Let´s take a look into the I2S specification and let us try to realize the first step to play audio files with an FPGA.
Let's write an efficient SRAM controller in Verilog.
Use VHDL to implement a simple digital Combination Locker State Machine on the Nexys4 FPGA Board. Designed in Xilinx Vivado.
A smart glove that translates sign language letters into written letters with monitor.
Robotics are at the leading edge of Industry 4.0, AI and the Edge revolution. Let's look at how we can create an FPGA-controlled robot arm.
Leveraging FPGA capabilities to design and to implement a Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) System.
A Radar that detects objects with the help of sound waves is going to be implemented. Radar screen will be created on a HDMI screen.
TCP controlled camera keeps tracked object in center of video.
Optical inspection using OV7670 and Nexys Video.