FPGA Lab 10

AbstractLab 10 introduced the use of a microprocessor in the FPGA. I was able to compile the provided circuit in Quartus and execute a program that would use the DIP switches to save a value in memeory which an incrememtor would use to count up. This lab was extremely useful in showing the infrastructure of a microprocessor.


Part 1 required me to write a program that would read the DIP switches and add the value to an accumulator. In order to do this I wrote the program as described in section \ref{sect:code}