Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Education, E-learning and Management Technology

Reform of EDA Course Design of Electronic and Information Using Model Based Designing Method

Authors
Wenmiao Song, Hanbai Fan
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Wenmiao Song
Available Online August 2016.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iceemt-16.2016.62How to use a DOI?
Keywords
MDL, FPGA, curriculum designing, matlab/DSPbuilder
Abstract
With the development of the modern electronics technology, the limitation of traditional method which only used VHDL language is more and more clear. To keep up with the newest development, we introduced method of model based design into the curriculum designing of the EDA course. In this paper we first introduced the idea of Model Based Design (MDL), the designing process, and an example based MDL using DSPbuilder modules in simulink software environment. At last, we design several projects according to the characteristics of major electronics and information .Compared with the previous schemes, the objective of this study is to design the experiment teaching system, with hardware and software function in system programmable, flexible design can be upgraded, cut, high reliability, low cost; experimental project of software has from simple to complex, from basic experiment gradually extended to the independent innovation of experimental features, accept the training of students can quickly master FPGA design methods, and fully mobilize students' innovative initiative, and maximally improve the learning interest of the students, cultivate students' capability of independent innovation.
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