Tuesday, January 19 2016 @ 15:24 CET
Contributed by: tingo
FPGArduino transform popular FPGA development boards into microcontroller systems programmable using the intuitive Arduino development environment.
The SoC is based on the f32c CPU core which was originally designed to execute a subset of the MIPS instruction set. So far the f32c CPU can be configured to execute the RV32I subset of the RISC-V ISA, except performance counter accessors which we omitted as unessential.