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  1. whbweb

    Basys 3 clock question

    I have looked at everything I can find in the way of info on the Basys 3 board, but I don't see what generates the 100 MHz clock. All I found is that it was connected to pin W5. I had assumed there would be a crystal involved, but I don't see the kind of package I'm used to seeing on microcontroller boards. Ideally, I'd like to have a part number so I can look at a data sheet.
  2. Dear All, I am new to programming with microcontrollers and I have to use the Digilent Pro MX7 kit for a project. I have had a look at the resources on the reference manual, but I am still struggling to configure the kit and compile a basic LED flashing program to it in MPLAB X IDE. Are there any basic tutorials available to help me with this? Kind Regards Sol
  3. Hello guys, Some time ago I've watched a talk of the nand2tetris course/project. If you've never heard of it you can check it out here: http://www.nand2tetris.org/. Basically it is a course designed to build a computer from the very ground up. It starts with logic gates and goes all the way up to programming a small game project (hence the name nand2tetris). I've always been curious about doing something with FPGA hardware, but never had any idea of a feasible, yet interesting-result-yielding project. Well, as you can probably guess, up until now that is. During my univ