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Simple CPLD binary counter project

Posted on Monday, April 18th, 2011 in CPLD, LEDs by the machinegeek

FlipThatBit released this video of a simple CPLD binary counter project. This is a good beginner’s Verilog project, requiring a minimum number of external components, and providing an immediate visual result of your efforts.

This was written for the XC9536XL CPLD on a homemade project board. It should work just fine on our XC9572XL Development Board.

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  1. Thanks for the link :)
    Really cool site with lots of interesting projects.

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