FPGA programming and embedding


FPGA chips can do wonders. A high degree of integration combined with advanced applications for designing, modeling, and debugging chip content makes it possible to quickly and relatively cost-effectively implement very complex structures, which can also be rebuilt right on the table, depending on the changes in requirements.
Intel provides the ability to design low-and medium-integration chips in the Quartus Prime Lite Edition, i.e. in the free version, which reduces costs sufficiently.
Bosco Lab provides services for integrating devices into, first of all, chips from the MAX 10 series and others (Arria II, Cyclone 10 LP, Cyclone IV, Cyclone V, MAX II, MAX V) that fall under the Lite version.

An example of the implemented device can be viewed here.