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Free Online Course Targets SoC FPGAs

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DrFPGA   9/23/2013 7:18:39 PM
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One of the new approaches in this class is that I'll be asking questions during the first few days lectures about YOUR designs. On the last day of class I will then review YOUR designs and look at the trade-offs you might have when implementing with an SoC FPGA.

If you are thinking about using SoC FPGAs in your design, this is your chance to get into the details! CU in class.

Or as Max would say- Cool Beans!

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