Design, simulate, and program electronics.
Fedora’s Electronic Lab is dedicated to support the innovation and development brought by opensource Electronic Design Automation (EDA) community.
Users are welcome to propose new features and join us during our testing days.
- FEL-12 Flyer
- FEL-12 Release Notes
- Position Paper for Research and Development
- Installing the core FEL software on CentOS-5/RHEL-5
Fedora Electronic Lab is
- Fedora’s EDA portfolio.
- a free and opensource EDA provider and community builder.
- building a bridge between both free and opensource hardware and software communities.
- the fruit of the outstanding work done by its respective upstream developers.
- Deployable in both development and production environments.
- No kernel patches are required, making it easy to deploy and use.
- Free and opensource licensed and NO purchase of extra licenses is required to activate its features.
- ASIC : Application-Specific Integrated Circuit
- EDA : Electronic Design Automation
- VLSI : Very Large Scale Integration, about 10⁶ to 10⁷ transistors
Free Electronic Lab (also known as ‘Fedora Electronic Lab‘) strives to provide opensource EDA solutions to
- long-term entreprise Linux distributions
e.g RHEL-6 and CentOS-6
- Fedora Linux