Microchip University offers you with the opportunity to learn more about general embedded control topics as well as about Microchip, Atmel, and Microsemi products. The course “Hello FPGA” is a short introduction to FPGAs and to Microchip’s low-power FPGA portfolio. Their offering ranges from ultra-low-power and low-density devices to their newest mid-range-density PolarFire and PolarFire SoC families.

A Practical Approach to FPGAs

FPGA stands for Field Programmable Gate Array and provides a programmable logic fabric that can be reconfigured at will. FPGAs are powerfull components with many options, but many people find them difficult to work with. It is true that designing for programmable logic requires programming in a hardware definition language like VHDL or Verilog, which must be learned first. Simulating the design isn't an easy task either and finally assigning the inputs and output to physical pins requires some reflection too.

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In this webinar , Tim McCarthy (Microchip) and Clemens Valens (Elektor) will guide you through the informative course. They will cover the most important aspects of the technology, give background information, show several videos from the course, and go into more detail about the content in these videos.

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