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Kxyxl_vxly
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I am a final year student in mechatronics engineering . My final year project is to build a electronics voting system using DE10 Standard terasIC FPGA board in Quartus Verilog . The components that I need to use is AS608 Fingerprint sensor and 16X2 LCD Display with I2C module. Can You help me on this?
I tried to insert the pins in the pin planner but The pin is not found there . So, I tried to do the qsys in Quartus and it is showing error .I  don't know what to do next.

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sstrell
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Your system is connected up incorrectly.  This is not how the clock source component is typically used.

But the easiest thing to do with start with a reference design (GHRD).  The CD download for the board has example designs and is linked through Rocketboards: https://www.rocketboards.org/foswiki/Documentation/DE10Standard

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Kxyxl_vxly
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Can u guide me to connect AS608 fingerprint sensor and 16X2 LCD Display with I2C Module to DE-10 Standard FPGA Board?I am confused about the pin location.Because when I run the pin planner it shows value entered is not a valid location. 

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_AK6DN_
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Go here:

https://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?Language=English&CategoryNo=165&No=1081#contents

 

And look at the documentation that TerASIC provides for that board.

In particular, look at the RESOURCES tab, and at the DE10-Standard SystemBuilder tool you can download.

It is a standalone windows program that can help you configure the I/O definition for the board resources/pinout
that you can then edit/alter as necessary for your project definition.

It will build a .qpf, .qsf, .sdc, and .v template files for you to start with.

You also might look at some of the examples provided on the DE10-Standard CD-ROM image that is provided.
It is very useful, if you don't already have that software and files you should.

TingJiangT_Intel
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Hi there, is there any updates on this?


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TingJiangT_Intel
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