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Design Recipes for FPGAs - A Simple VGA Interface

1/9/2008 06:00 PM EST
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David Ashton
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David Ashton   9/8/2012 10:26:34 AM
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Is it just me, or are the graphics missing? I get graphics in other articles but not this one?

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abrar   9/8/2012 9:08:36 AM
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aslam o alaikum sir,, sir i have some problem about vga intrfacing sir cN YOU HELP us its our final year project

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msraya   7/6/2008 10:14:15 PM
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Yes, the code has typos. I am working in the SoC code as class work. But the book is interesting and it serves as first intent to the question..

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stastnj1   1/24/2008 8:35:36 AM
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If you have a look at http://amber.feld.cvut.cz/fpga/research_teaching.html you can find a complete VGA 320x200, 8 bit palette, silicon proven, controller in VHDL there :-) Disadvantage: documentation in Czech.

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