FPGA Design for Embedded Systems

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The objective of this course is to acquire proficiency with Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA)s for the purpose of creating prototypes or products for a variety of applications.

Softcore Processor Design Writing Code in Verilog Programmable Logic Design VHDL Coding Simulation for Verification Primality Test Verilog Digital Design Static Timing Analysis Simulating FPGA Designs Designing FPGA Logic Designing Test Benches

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Taught by
Timothy Scherr
Senior Instructor and Professor of Engineering Practice
and 13 more instructors

Offered by
University of Colorado Boulder

This specialization includes these 2 courses.

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Has anyone audited the Coursera FPGA courses (like the FPGA Design for Embedded Systems Specialization) Is it worth the time (especially just auditing it)? Do they do examples/work with specific dev boards that I could get to follow along with? What about non-free software or other tools?

I have a project which will need an FPGA that I want to work on in my free time, but don't have any FPGA experience except discussing interfaces for our embedded work with our FPGA team. I am trying to figure out where to start.