A project log for MARK-II
Simple SoC written in VHDL.
Today, I was able to load and execute program correctly. Here is a proof:
But still many work left. I have to double check SDRAM driver, it is seem broken. Take care about others peripherals and test them, rewrite examples and write a lot of documentation.
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Did you ever get your SDRAM driver working? I did a project a few years ago using the DE0 Nano's SDRAM, and I did eventually get it to work. The design I ended up using was based on this project: http://hamsterworks.co.nz/mediawiki/index.php/Simple_SDRAM_Controller.
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Yes I did. :) I tried to use driver from hamsterworks, but didn't have too much success. So then I wrote my own driver from scratch. When I finished my custom board I bend driver for new SDRAM.
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