University Self-Guided Lab: Introduction to FPGAs and the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software (OUWINTRO)

4 Hours Online Course

Course Description

This online course consists of a forty minute lecture and 3 hour self-guided lab explaining how FPGAs work and the associated design flow using the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software. The lab will guide you through project creation and setup, followed by writing Verilog code for a series of small electronics projects that are programmed into a remotely hosted DE10-Lite development kit. You will be able to interact with the development kit by changing switch settings and viewing LEDs and displays through a remote console. Download Quartus Prime Lite version 19.1 or newer with the MAX 10 library in order to complete the course. Please visit this site to acquire free development tools to participate: Download tools here.

At Course Completion

You will be able to:

  • Understand the history of FPGA development and its future possibilities
  • Describe the basic components of an FPGA
  • Write basic functions in Verilog
  • Create and complete your very own FPGA project using the Intel Quartus Prime software

Skills Required

  • Basic understanding of Boolean combinational logic and sequential logic
  • Minimal experience in a software language such as C, Java, or Python

Follow-on Courses

Upon completing this course, we recommend the following courses (in no particular order):

Applicable Training Curriculum

This course is part of the following Intel FPGA training curriculum:

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