exwn8jef at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 18:23:35 EST 2009
Thanks for the great info on the FPGA. I am reading the wiki now. I
stumbled on to one web site that refered to a Becker CoCo 3 FPGA, but
the site was no longer in operation.
N8WQ - Canal Winchester, Ohio
Joel Ewy wrote:
> N8WQ wrote:
>> Occasionally I hear the term FPGA used in various discussions here on
>> the list. Can anyone recommend any books, tutorials, or url's that can
>> help me learn about this subject?
>> Alan Jones
> Try the Wikipedia article out for a start:
> As it pertains to the CoCo, FPGA chips are now capable of containing the
> entire functionality of a simple computer to create a System On a Chip
> (SOC). Gary Becker's CoCo3FPGA project seems to be the farthest along
> in development: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CoCo3FPGA/
> Mark McDougall and James Daggett have mentioned on this list that they
> are also working on CoCo-related FPGA projects. I believe Mark has made
> significant progress on implementing a CoCo I/II on FPGA, and James has
> mentioned that he is working on GIME functionality.
> Verilog and VHDL are two popular HDLs (Hardware Description Languages)
> that are used to describe the logic functions that can be programmed
> into an FPGA.
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