The Laboratory of Integrated and Programmable Circuits EA308 was equipped with computer sets enabling remote access to the department's hardware resources. Remote computers are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Before connecting to a remote computer, it is necessary to make an appointment in the online calendar. The maximum session duration allowed is 2 hours.
After remote connection to a laboratory computer, the user gains access to the installed software and connected equipment. The connected FPGA test boards are equipped with a device for emulating the behavior of switches, buttons and keyboard. The device uses a microcontroller connected directly to the I/O ports of a general purpose FPGA board.
The emulation of physical input circuits is carried out by means of a dedicated application, which is accessed through a terminal that allows serial connection (eg. putty).
After developing the HDL code and uploading it to the board, the user can observe the behavior of the system live using a webcam, which can be activated at any time (depending on the needs).
- Booking an appointment and logging in
- Assessment rules
- Remote work with FPGAs
- Selection of the board to be programmed
- Short design guide using FPGA
|Machine||Name in Remote Desktop||
FPGA board with Nexys
|FPGA board with Zybo||VGA monitor connected to Nexys||Link to the calendar|
In order to obtain the login and password for the machines, please contact your laboratory supervisor.