Questions tagged [picoblaze]

PicoBlaze is a very small processor core designed for Xilinx FPGAs. It is intended to work as an advanced state machine for controlling IO inside an FPGA.

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Trouble running picoblaze code

I am running a simple picoblaze code where I am using two addresses and sending a high strobe on both the addresses, the assembly code has no loop, so technically my code should run ONLY once but the ...
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Documenting Digital Design - Schematics and Figures

I'm working on a small digital design using a Xilinx picoblaze softcore processor, and I'm finding that producing schematics of acceptable quality to be frustrating and time consuming. I've attempted ...
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pBlazSim Picoblaze simulator - Trouble Getting Started

I've been trying to simulate my Picoblaze code with pBlazSim, but I'm having trouble with the lack of documentation. Am I missing something? Could someone point me in the right direction? Edit - I'...
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Suggested FPGA board [closed]

This is my first look into FPGA, but heavy background in software development. Would like to purchase a board to learn with, but would eventually like to be able to run an early 80's style Z80 based ...
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Microcontrollers: Can I perform floating point operations in a Picoblaze controller?

I wonder if I could perform floating point operations in a Picoblaze controller? Thank you to all posible answers with direct references to documentation or articles.
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How do you tell if an FPGA is capable of running an ip core?

I'm looking at a cheap board to start on and I'm wondering if I'll be able to fit a Picoblaze, LEON, S1, or OpenRISC core on there. Is there any way to tell?
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