This application note demonstrates how to implement a basic RTG4 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) fabric design using SmartDesign. The design drives LEDs on the RTG4 Development Kit board with different patterns based on the state of Reset Switch (SW7), User Switch (SW2), and User Switch (SW1).
This application note explains the following concepts/systems and processes:
- Creating a Libero System-on-Chip (SoC) project
- Implementing an RTG4 fabric design with SmartDesign
- Simulating the design
- Making pin assignments, running layout, and programming the RTG4 silicon.