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FPGA 512 Color VGA Controller

Posted May 5, 2011 by Chris

Learn how to create a video VGA controller that uses a resistor DAC to create 512 unique VGA colors. The tutorial uses an Altera CPLD and VHDL code to create all the video signals. The theory, hardware schematics and software are all explained and available for viewing/download.

12 Responses to “FPGA 512 Color VGA Controller”

  1. ganesan Says:

    vhdl code for vga controller

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  3. gonzo Says:

    In schematics, you typed wrong name of CPLD. I would put something like 100uF (diameter 6.3mm) on output of 7805 …

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