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Nios® II ADC Implementation on Intel® MAX® 10-10M08 Evaluation Kit - November 2022

The previous article covered creating a design with the Nios® II soft processor. This article adds the built ADC peripheral to the Nios® II. Taking advantage of the hardware on the Intel® MAX® 10-10M08 Evaluation Kit, an application will be written to test the ADC input. As with the other articles it is the little things that trip a designer up, and this example is no exception. In this case, a work around to a generated BSP issue is required.

A Simple Nios® II Implementation on Intel® MAX® 10-10M08 Evaluation Kit - November 2022


The Nios® II softcore processor allows developers to create their own MCU with peripherals and other glue logic in an FPGA. The article looks at creating a Nios® II design using the Intel® Quartus® development tools, and writing a C program to test the design.
Implementing the ADC on Intel® MAX® 10-10M08 Evaluation Kit - October 2022

The paper explores the MAX 10's built in ADC and the ADC Toolkit that comes with Intel® Quartus® Prime.

Getting Started with Intel® Quartus® Prime v21.0 and the Intel® MAX® 10-10M08 Evaluation Kit - October 2022

The first FGPA article discussed how to install the Intel® Quartus® Prime tools. In this second FPGA article, we look at creating a couple of circuits using VHDL and the schematic editor. The Intel Max 10 -10M08 Evaluation Kit will be used to test both designs.

Intel® Quartus® Prime Lite and Nios® II SBT for Eclipse Installation Instructions - October 2022

This article covers the setup for Quartusl® Prime Lite and Nios® II SBT for Eclipse for two different development systems: Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.0.4.

The Current MCU Strategy for Azure - September 2022

With Windows CE long gone, Microsoft has slowly developed a strategy to support 32-Bit MCUs and connecting these devices to Azure.
Azure Sphere SDK: First Look - January 2019

A review of the new MCU IoT offering from Microsoft