Electronic Support Lab

Electronic Support Lab

DE0-Nano

DE0-Nano Development and Education Board

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The DE0-Nano board introduces a compact-sized FPGA development platform suited for prototyping circuit designs such as robots and "portable" projects.
The board is designed to be used in the simplest possible implementation targeting the Cyclone IV device up to 22,320 LEs.

The DE0-Nano has a collection of interfaces including two external GPIO headers to extend designs beyond the DE0-Nano board, on-board memory devices
including SDRAM and EEPROM for larger data storage and frame buffering, as well as general user peripheral with LEDs and push-buttons.

The advantages of the DE0-Nano board include its size and weight, as well as its ability to be reconfigured without carrying superfluous hardware, setting itself
apart from other general purpose development boards. In addition, for mobile designs where portable power is crucial, the DE0-Nano provides designers with three
power scheme options including a USB mini-AB port, 2-pin external power header and two DC 5V pins.

Tutorial kits are available for checkout to any student or teacher at the electronic support lab free of charge. These starter kits include everything necessary to learn the basics of the DE0-Nano Platform and include sensors, servos, shields and more all combined with an easy, self paced online tutorial to make FPGAs simple to understand and integrate into your next project.

To check out a tutorial kit, simply drop by the Electronic Support Lab in Olin Engineering Suite 108