[En-Nut-Announce] Verilog on Ethernut 3

Harald Kipp harald.kipp at egnite.de
Thu Jan 12 19:04:19 CET 2006

Nut Programmable Logic

This tutorial explains how to create a new CPLD contents for the Ethernut 3 
Board. Not sure what this means? Well, beside the fact, that Ethernut 
Boards are tiny Embedded Ethernet Systems, Ethernut 3 is also a 
Programmable Logic Device with an integrated TFTP Bootloader. It enables 
you to design logic circuits and implement them in real hardware without 
touching your soldering iron. The circuit description is instead uploaded 
to the Ethernut board via TFTP (a well known IP protocol) over Ethernet and 
programmed into the on-board CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic Device). 
Sounds interesting, doesn't it? Let's go for it.


Step 1: Set up the Development Environment.

Step 2: Create A New ISE Project.

Step 3: Build the ISE Project.

Step 4: Verilog Source Explained.

Step 5: Use the XSVF Executor.

Step Back: Trouble Recovery.

Step On: Further Readings.

Harald Kipp

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