Getting Started with FPGAs – A primer on developing your own FPGA logic

OSFPGA Education & Training Committee brings a one-hour course that uses a virtual FPGA lab within the Makerchip IDE, which will enable you to use Verilog or the latest Transaction-Level Verilog to build and simulate a counter circuit and show the count on the virtual 7-segment display. With supported low-cost FPGA boards such as Basys 3 or iCEBreaker (+ 7-segment display), you’ll be able to run your design on your own FPGA. From there, the sky’s the limit!

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