|Homebrew Processors and Integrated Systems in FPGAs||By Jan Gray||Wed Dec 01 1999 16:30:00 GMT-0500 (Eastern Standard Time)||false||MC2066|
by Jan Gray
With the advent of large inexpensive field-programmable gate arrays and tools it is now practical for anyone to design and build custom processors and systems-on-a-chip. Jan will discuss designing with FPGAs, and present the design and implementation of xr16, yet another FPGA-based RISC computer system with integrated peripherals.
Jan is a past CSC pres., B.Math. CS/EEE '87, and wrote compilers, tools, and middleware at Microsoft from 1987-1998. He built the first 32-bit FPGA CPU and system-on-a-chip in 1995.