Small CPU core on a FPGA

Posted on Thursday, December 2nd, 2010 in code, FPGA by the machinegeek

Here is the paper James Bowman presented at EuroForth 2010 detailing his project to build a small 16-bit CPU core Forth machine on a Xilinx FPGA. This 200 lines of Verilog code could be helpful to anyone studying FPGA project design.

Via Hack a Day

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