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Atmel FPGA design course - part 2

Atmel FPGA design course - part 2
Having looked last month at the ways in which we can design FPGAs, and coming down on the side of VHDL as a design method, we need to see how we can take our VHDL and turn it into a format we can user to program a physical device. This involves a number of steps from entering the design VHDL, turning it into a format our place and route software can understand, and then turn that information into a bitstream which can be used to program the device.
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