USB Module Gearwork
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The AXIOM Beta will soon feature an USB 3.0 Plugin with a Lattic FPGA to transfer raw video data via USB.

Goals:

  • Implement gearwork and communication interface
  • Implement link training
  • Simulate/Test the interface and gearwork

Prerequisites:

  • SERDES Know-How
  • Coding, CRC, ECC

Language Skills:

  • HDL (VHDL or Verilog)

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Difficulty: Medium

Mentors: Bertl

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Notes: If you do not have access to the required hardware platforms/dev kits, we will provide them (or remote access) to you for the duration of the project.

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Bertl created this task.Jan 23 2018, 12:39 PM
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Bertl renamed this task from USB Module HDL Gearwork to USB Module Gearwork.Jan 23 2018, 1:06 PM
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