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At the beginning of the semester a hardware demonstration is shown to the students so that they get a notion of what we are talking about.
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At the beginning of the semester a [[support/hardware demonstration|hardware demonstration]] is shown to the students so that they get a notion of what we are talking about.
 
It is a circuit that plays a little music or a single note from an FPGA on a loudspeaker.
 
It is a circuit that plays a little music or a single note from an FPGA on a loudspeaker.
 
In parallel, the output signals are visualized on an oscilloscope.
 
In parallel, the output signals are visualized on an oscilloscope.
 
The number of bits used to generate the notes can be modified.
 
The number of bits used to generate the notes can be modified.
 
This allows to show what's a digital signal, show and hear the meaning of bits and vectors as well as frequency.
 
This allows to show what's a digital signal, show and hear the meaning of bits and vectors as well as frequency.
 
The FPGA design can be found at: https://repos.hevs.ch/svn/eda/VHDL/labs/ELN_support.
 

Latest revision as of 16:15, 16 November 2017

At the beginning of the semester a hardware demonstration is shown to the students so that they get a notion of what we are talking about. It is a circuit that plays a little music or a single note from an FPGA on a loudspeaker. In parallel, the output signals are visualized on an oscilloscope. The number of bits used to generate the notes can be modified. This allows to show what's a digital signal, show and hear the meaning of bits and vectors as well as frequency.

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