A Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing. FPGA are composed of logic blocks, interconnects, random access memory blocks and I/O elements, giving designers the flexibility to create custom circuits based on the latest technologies. An FPGA expert can create custom integrated circuits in a shorter timeframe and with fewer resources than traditional chip designs.
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- Developing video processing pipelines
- Designing face recognition in Verilog or gate level model
- Creating digital signature schemes for FPGA design suites
- Developing a First-In-First-Out (FIFO) buffer in VHDL
- Constructing GCN module in Verilog code
- Translating Matlab code into synthesizable VHDL code
- Troubleshooting and implementing EdDSA algorithms in Vivado design suites
- Designing I2C master testbenches for communicating with slaves
- Performing timing analyses for RTOS multithreaded hardware/software systems
- Creating RISC-V pipelined processors and eliminating hazards
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I am looking for a developer to create a special mark reader sensor for industrial applications. The sensor will be reading custom print marks and I have specific requirements for its accuracy and speed. The ideal candidate will have experience in FPGA development and be able to create a solution that can read these custom marks quickly and accurately. The Technical Details are attached herewith for reference.
We are looking for an experienced engineer to assist with debugging and testing on Lattice FPGA hardware and developing a Linux SPI slave driver. The ideal candidate should have a strong background in embedded Linux, FPGA development, and Linux driver development. Responsibilities for this project will include debugging and troubleshooting FPGA hardware issues, writing and testing Linux SPI slave driver code, and providing documentation throughout the development process. To be considered for this project, please submit a proposal detailing your experience with FPGA development, embedded Linux systems, and Linux driver development. Please also include links to any relevant completed projects that you have worked on in the past. A custom FPGA boards interfaces with 7 ADC and an iMx6 exte...
First of all all the requirements on project documentation needed I am looking for a freelancer to help with the implementation of a single-cycle MIPS processor. The ideal candidate should have experience in digital logic design and computer architecture. The project requires the following: MIPS instructions: - The client has specific MIPS instructions that need to be implemented. - Details of the instructions will be provided by the client in project documentation. Documentation: - The client requires in-depth analysis with diagrams in the documentation. - The documentation should cover all aspects of the implementation process, including design, testing on ModelSim simulator, and verification. Skills and experience: - Digital logic design - Computer architecture - Experience with MIPS...
We need support for TCL scripting, FPGA projects. Tcl sripts will be used to compile and simulate VHDL code, synthesize, P&R and analyze reports
Campera Electronic Systems is planning to introduce a Verification methodology in the company verification flow for VHDL designs. Previous experience on one of the "standard" VHDL verification methodologies (UVVM, OSVVM) or framework (Vunit) is requied.