Hello. My name is Tim S., and I am an engineering professional in the United States. I recently undertook the effort of updating and expanding my professional knowledge in FPGA Design, which is a computer engineering subset of Digital Design. To give back to the community, I have started with open sourcing four projects that make use of Digilent Inc. hardware. From Digilent Inc. I had purchased two FPGA development boards and a variety of peripherals that can be directly connected to the FPGA development boards via expansion jacks. With these boards and peripherals I authored small unique designs that I decided to open source. If you are not sure what an FPGA is and would like to learn more, please take a look at the description on Wikipedia: FPGA.
The names of the four designs now hosted on GitHub are:
- fpga-serial-acl-tester-1: An accelerometer tester that executes on the Arty A7 development board.
- fpga-serial-acl-tester-2: An accelerometer tester that executes on the Zybo Z7 development board.
- fpga-serial-mem-tester-1: A flash memory tester that executes on the Arty A7 development board.
- fpga-serial-mem-tester-2: A flash memory tester that executes on the Zybo Z7 development board.