Seminar series focuses on entry-level FPGA design
March 14, 2012 // Paul Buckley
MSC and eVision Systems are jointly organizing one-day seminars for easy entry into the FPGA design with VHDL using the example of MachXO2 devices from Lattice.
The ‘Quick Starter Design Training’ seminar programme is aimed at newcomers to the FPGA Design, switching from ispLever SW to SW Diamond as well as hardware and software developers. Taught topics are project development and design flow, design entry, generation of IP cores, simulation, constraining, place and route, power analysis, programming and debugging the system.
The seminar will be held from 09:30 to 17:30 and costs 129 € plus VAT (including MachXO2 Breakout Board and Lattice SW starter starter kit). The seminars are held in German with engish speaking films.
Register for the seminars online at www.msc-ge.com/seminare
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