Build an open source MCU and programme it with Arduino

14th July 2017
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
Build an open source MCU and programme it with Arduino

 

Configuring the low cost Arty FPGA board with an Arduino compatible RISC-V platform.

In this post we take a look at how the eminently affordable Xilinx Artix-7 based Digilent Arty Board - which was designed with makers and hobbyists in mind - can be configured with an open source RISC-V microcontroller that can optionally be built from RTL sources, and which can then be programmed via the Arduino IDE or alternatively a makefile driven GNU toolchain.

Basic familiarity with Linux, git and makefile driven software build is assumed.

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