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Re: Part IV. Programming, Debugging, Verifying & Protecting Designs
Bobolicious   12/13/2012 12:50:16 PM
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I work with units that have many FPGA's used in the circuit designs. From a technicians perspective, not knowing exactly the designers programming concepts, is there a good way to go in and debug FPGA issues. I find the only way to look at inputs and outputs on a logic analyzer but would like to know whether there is a better way to troubleshoot FPGA circuits when often the design engineers are no longer around?



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