New FPGA Altera MAX by ALTERA
Associate professor of automation of electromechanical systems and electric drives department, Sergey Buryan received seven cards of the developer DE10 Lite from the Taiwanese firm ALTERA. This firm is engaged in the development and implementation of programmable logic integrated circuits. This was made possible by his participation in the Intel FPGA University Program University Support Program.
DE10 Lite Board – is developer kit based on the programmable logic integrated circuit Altera MAX 10 FPGA. The board uses all available memory of MAX 10 FPGA, which is 50 K logical elements (LE). The DE10-Lite Board incorporates USB-Blaster, SD-RAM, accelerometer, VGA output, 2 x 20 GPIO expansion connector and the Arduino UNO R3-compatible expansion slot. The kit is the ideal system solution for creating prototypes of industrial, automotive, consumer and many other software applications. Based on this kit, the developer can teach students to create their own projects: from simple programs to complex multimedia projects.
These boards will be used in new laboratory work on the discipline “Automation Systems” in the section “Designing automation systems based on programmable logic integrated circuits”. The students of the third year Dudnik Alexey (EP-61), Mordas Petro (EP-62), Voskhlat Alexander (EP-p61) and Khudobets Vadim (EP-p61) are already working on developing new tasks for students and methodological instructions under the direction of S. Buryan.