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Com CIRCUIT CELLAR® Issue 153 April 2003 35 FEATURE ARTICLE Robert Morrison Updating the Home Control System Part 2: FPGA Design Methodology Ethernet support, audio, and video— these are what HCS dreams are made of. Last month, Robert awakened you to the possibility of bringing such technology to the table. Now he’s back with the FPGA design methodology and source code to get you started. 36 Issue 153 April 2003 l ast month, I described an exciting new architecture path for the Circuit Cellar Home Control System II.

Using this hierarchical circuitry description makes it trivial for adding or removing modules. v) that takes the HCS II processor board signals and synchronizes them safely CIRCUIT CELLAR® into the FPGA clock domain. A command decoder takes these synchronized signals and interprets accesses to the FPGA. There’s also a collection of specific function modules such as UARTs. You may download the code from the Circuit Cellar ftp site. I wrote all of this in Verilog, but you can easily convert the files to VHDL if it’s your favorite language.

42 Issue 153 April 2003 t hirty years ago, most aircraft electronic systems—such as navigation, communications, embedded closed-loop control, and weapon systems—comprised numerous stand-alone devices that were interconnected by point-to-point wiring. Those were mostly analog systems with their system interfaces carrying analog signals. The limited need for digital data communications was easily covered by slow, unsophisticated but reliable serial protocols such as ARINC 429 (G. Novacek, “Communications Protocol in Aeronautics,” Circuit Cellar Online, May 2001).

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