Developing hardware that involves an FPGA requires work in both an FPGA environment and a PCB design tool. They are separate environments, but require close interaction. In this interaction there are different approaches and strategies possible. In my presentation I will outline different approaches, peculiarities of FPGA systems, useful naming conventions and explain why keeping a strict relationship between names on the FPGA and PCB will save you time and improve the quality of the design.
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