Lattice MachXO2 FPGA prototyping board with onboard programmer (FTDI FT232HL) and several peripheral. It's ready to jump start FPGADesigned by microwavemont, Ships from Japan
What is it? FPGA prototyping board by Lattice Semiconductor FPGA(MachX02). 256LUT for basic application and 2000LUT version for more complex application Why did you make it? Lattice MachXO2 has Emb...Read More…
FPGA prototyping board by Lattice Semiconductor FPGA(MachX02). 256LUT for basic application and 2000LUT version for more complex application
Lattice MachXO2 has Embedded Function Block (EFB), which enables easy I2C device prototyping using FPGA. I did want to try this function and tried in relevant hackaday project. We can find Lattice's breakout board in market but sometimes they are too complex or expensive, or requires extra device for tackling for the first time on FPGA. Therefore I made a simple board. This is a revised version of my previous product.
Five tactile sw, 7 LEDs, two digit 7-seg LEDs and piezo sounder on board.
On-board programmer. No need extra JTAG. Just connect USB cable is enough to enjoy this board.
Full Lattice Diamond compatible.
By the sake of EFB, we can make our original I2C device (and SPI) as we wish.
By the sake of free programming environment (Lattice Diamond), no need of extra expense.
Lattice have provided lots of reference design not limited to I2C and we can try quickly.
The board with clear (transparent) plastic case (no hole processing), very handy for portable application.
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From childhood, I've loved making electrical things by soldering for some amateur radio related thing.
After graduated certain university and taking Ph. D, I did have a GaAs MMIC design working for 60 GHz system
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