Quartus II Software Overview
The Quartus® II software is the only design environment available that supports FPGA, CPLD, and structured ASIC
HardCopy™ device designs. The following demonstration will show how easy it is to get started using the Quartus
II software as well as highlight what’s new in the latest
version of the software.
Basic FPGA/CPLD Design
The Altera® Quartus® II design software provides a complete, multiplatform design environment that easily adapts to your specific design needs.
It is a comprehensive environment for system-on-a-programmable-chip (SOPC) design. The Quartus II software includes solutions for all phases of FPGA and CPLD design from design entry and
HDL synthesis to verification and programming. These demonstrations show the basic design procedures in the Quartus? II software.
The Quartus® II software supports many design flows to help you design for systems-on-a-programmable-chip and reach timing closure faster.
Design Optimization & Implementation
The Quartus® II software optimizes design performance
to reach timing closure faster. These demonstrations
provide an overview of available Quartus II features
that will help optimize design performance.
Shortening Design Cycles
The Quartus® II software provides many features to help
reach timing closure faster. These demonstrations give
an overview of some of the features available in the
Quartus II software to shorten overall design cycles.
Building a Proximity Detector Using PSoC Designer
This video shows users how easy it is to build, configure and program a proximity-sensing solution using Cypress's PSoC Designer embedded design tool and CapSense™ capacitive touch-sensing technology.
Rapid Proximity-Sensing Solution With PSoC® Designer™ 5.0
In this short video, you will see how to program a proximity detector in four easy steps using Cypress's PSoC(R) Programmable System-on-Chip™ and PSoC Designer™ software.
Building a CapSense/USB Demo Using PSoC as FPGA Companion
Cypress PSoC Programmable Systems on Chip can be used as a cost-effective companion chip for a Xilinx FPGA device. A short PSoC overview is presented, followed by a detailed review of FPGA configuration, USB and touch sensing functions it can provide. A demonstration of these features is given using the Spartan-3A Evaluation board.