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Author: Sandhya Narasimhaiah (Company: Student) (sandhya_3)
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How to write the vhdl code for fpga to pc through AXI-ETHERNETLITE

Author: Duke Scarring (Guest)
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Sandhya N. wrote:
> How to write the vhdl code

I would prefer a text editor.
Or did I miss the point of the question?

Author: Strubi (Guest)
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Duke Scarring wrote:
> Sandhya N. wrote:
>> How to write the vhdl code
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> I would prefer a text editor.
> Or did I miss the point of the question?

But that's for real wimps.
Hard core users would first draw the logic on paper and then use Unix 
"cat >> all.vhdl" to write FTR (first time right) designs.

Author: Sandhya Narasimhaiah (Company: Student) (sandhya_3)
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how to send a data from fpga to pc through ethernet lite mac

Author: P. K. (pek)
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Sandhya N. wrote:
> how to send a data from fpga to pc through ethernet lite mac

If 1 GBit/s should be transferred, cat6 cable should be OK.

Author: Sandhya Narasimhaiah (Company: Student) (sandhya_3)
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good afternoon sir,In microprocessor blaze core How to use bus, 
interface and address and vhdl code

Author: Pete K. (pete77)
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