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Welcome to the FPGA4Student Patreon page!FPGA4Student have been creating FPGA/ Verilog/ VHDL projects/ tutorials since Nov. 2016 with the purpose of assisting students all over the world with full source code and tutorials. FPGA4Student want to continue creating more and more FPGA projects and tutorials for helping students with their projects.
So that’s where you come in! Patreon is a way for supporters (such as yourself!) to contribute to FPGA4student on an ongoing basis, helping us maintain the website domain and achieve our goal of assisting students with more and more useful FPGA projects, tutorials, and Verilog/VHDL source code.
Where does the money go?Every dollar pledged goes towards maintaining the website domain (paying domain cost, email hosting fee), and making more, better posts/projects/tutorials/videos (paying for FPGA boards and other peripherals such as sensors, ADC, DAC, LCDs, keypad, OLED, etc. targeting more useful FPGA projects/tutorials, better video recording/editing tools).
Thanks to all of FPGA4student's supporters, whether or not you are just a regular visitor, or you choose to support FPGA4student financially through Patreon, whatever the amount. It is much appreciated.
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We hope to reach 100$ per month, then we can buy new FPGA boards or peripherals (sensors, ADC, DAC, LCD, keypads, OLED, etc) every month to upload more diverse and useful FPGA projects/ tutorials for helping students with their projects (Small projects, but can be useful as a part of their big projects).