Field-programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Design Tools

Libero® is Microchip's Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) development environment for FPGAs. Libero has three different tools suites which are downloaded separately. Each Libero suite provides the functionality needed to develop an FPGA including entry, simulation, synthesis, place and route, as well as verification.

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The Libero tool suite required depends on the FPGA family being used.

Tools Supported FPGA Families
Libero SoC PolarFire PolarFire™ FPGA Family
Libero SoC RTG4™, IGLOO®2, SmartFusion®2, SmartFusion, IGLOO, ProASIC®3 and Fusion® families
Libero IDE Microsemi antifuse and legacy flash FPGAs

 Self-Paced Training

The material in these training modules exists elsewhere on this site in a general reference format. However, the training modules present it in an organized, step-by-step sequence to help you learn the topic from the ground up.

Tutorial / Class Title

Microchip FPGA Design Flow
Installing and Licensing Libero
Getting Started with Libero SoC
Getting Started with Libero SoC PolarFire

 Frequently Asked Questions

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