Open source software has become increasingly popular with hobbyists,
businesses, and governments for various reasons, whether it’s the
transparency of the software, the inherent security advantages, or
simply the fact that a lot of open source software is free. Lately, this
trend has gained traction in the electronics hobbyist community with
open source hardware. In an article I did back in the July 2015 issue, I
introduced you to the open source Mojo V3 FPGA development board
from Embedded Micro. In this article, I will discuss how to use open
source hardware IP-cores from OpenCores.org on that device.
48 July 2016
FPGAs for the Hobbyist:
Mojo V3 and Microstick II.