Published: July 30, 2020
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By: James Richmond, California State Polytechnic University
Category: Electrical Engineering
Using Verilog hardware description language and interfacing with the Nexys A7 FPGA, various projects were completed. The picture shown is using Verilog to interface with the FPGA to create a simple up counter that can pause and reset. Many other projects were done with Verilog and the FPGA including a calculator, barrel shifter, ALU, and others.