Creating a simple and expandable home automation system with PYNQ and Zigbee
This project demonstrates how to interface with an AXI GPIO peripheral located in RTL vs in the block design in Vivado v2021.2
Using the ADP3450, this project measures amount of delay between asserting FPGA IO on base of NPN 2N3094 and LED illuminating on collector.
This project demonstrates how to take a custom RTL module and add an AXI4-Lite interface wrapper to it for use in the Vivado block design.
As a fun start to 2022, I pulled out the HP vintage bubble displays I bought on eBay with a simple Verilog controller module on the Arty Z7.
Creating custom applications is pretty straightforward in PetaLinux, but to debug them, Vitis comes into play.
See how to build a base hardware image for the Arty Z7 FPGA development board in Vivado 2020.2
See how to generate a custom embedded Linux image for the Arty Z7 using PetaLinux 2020.2.
See how to integrate your custom FIR with Xilinx DSP IP such as their DDS Compiler IP.
Continuing with my simple FIR filter Verilog module, this project walks through how to rewrite HDL logic when setup timing violations occur.
This project walks through how to implement a simple FIR filter with pre-generated coefficients in Verilog.
This project has implemented UART receiver, transmitter, and flexible Polar Encoder.
The SWEEP'n'PLAY console offers a new way of playing thanks to its smartphone.
With this project, we want to create a new platform for communication.
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.
Use Python, OpenCV libraries and the PYNQ frame to implement the computer vision on Arty Z7-20 Xilinx Zynq SoC platform.
This getting started guide teaches you how to program Python on Digilent Arty Z7-20, the Xilinx Zynq Z7020 SoC platform.
Sweep 'n' Play is a FPGA-based games consoles that offers you a new you way to play from your smartphone or tablet.
Control an FPGA from the Linux OS. Dynamically reconfigure the FPGA from Linux user-space. Control custom hardware on the FPGA from Linux.
How to integrate DesignStart Arm Cortex-M1 and M3 processors with the Xilinx Zynq.