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I2C, SPI, UART (RS232), VGA in VHDL for FPGA interfacing

I2C, SPI, UART (RS232), VGA communication protocols and VHDL Implementations
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Video: 6h 15m
Language: English
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In this course we first provide fundamental information about I2C, SPI, UART (RS232), VGA serial communication protocols, then VHDL implementaiton of these protocols are explained in details. Timing waveforms of the protocols are explained by examples in a clear manner. The student who wants to take this course should know VHDL programming and he/she should have an idea about timed state machines in VHDL. 

You will learn

✓ Serial Communication and Display Protocols snd Their VHDL Implementations
✓ Inter Integrated Circuit (I2C) Serial Communication and its VHDL Implementations
✓ SPI Communication and its VHDL Implementation.
✓ UART (RS232) Communication and its VHDL implementation.
✓ VGA Display Protocol and its VHDL Implementation


• VHDL Programming Language and Knowledge of State Machines or Timed State Machines is Required

This course is for

• Hardware Engineers Interested in VHDL Implementation of Serial Communication Protocols Such as I2C Serial Communicaiton, SPI Serial Communication, UART (RS232) Serial Communication
Prof. Dr. Academic Educator
Prof. Dr. Academic Educator is working  in University. He is teaching communication, signal processing, VHDL programming and hardware courses for years.  He is interested in VHDL programming of FPGA devices. Prof. Dr.  Academic Educator has written 10 text books all related to Electrical and Electronics engineering subjects, such as VHDL programming, coding theory, signal and systems etc.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 6h 15m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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