Programmable Logic Technology

On completion, the learner will have been exposed to current programmable logic technologies in terms of features, architecture and use of design tools. Users will implement a set of logic designs from concept/brief through to implementation.

Accordion / FAQ component

Over 50% average grade at level 7 in Electronic Engineering or related discipline. Applicants with other qualifications and/or with relevant industrial experience will also be considered.

On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;

 
1.Research and report on the main features of FPGAs and/or other programmable technologies available in the market today.
 
2.Describe and compare various architectures of modern FPGAs.
 
3.Develop an awareness of typical applications of FPGAs and other programmable technologies.
 
4.Use a design environment to perform simulation and synthesis solutions to various VHDL programs
 
5.Develop, implement and test logic solutions to prescribed logic problems using VHDL

 

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Previous modules may be used as recognition of prior learning towards Advance Centre degree programmes.

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Programmable Logic Technology

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