I am new to FPGA, I need guidance to understand difference between UCF andXDC

Started by mekjayk 1 year ago2 replieslatest reply 1 year ago245 views
Hello everyone,I have kintex-7 based kit . I started learning about FPGA using udemy courses. where pin placement...

Reusing registers in VHDL FSM code

Started by darian16 1 year ago5 replieslatest reply 1 year ago81 views
Hello, I need to write a Finite State Machine (FSM) in VHDL code and  want to have several computations being processed at the same time (a standard pipeline)....
HiI have a zedboard and a nexys video artix 7 board. I am generating a sinusoid from DDS Core of the same frequency (by supplying the same phase increment and the...

Tips for using Xilinx Ultra RAMs

Started by weetabixharry 1 year ago2 replieslatest reply 1 year ago501 views
What are the main considerations that I should be aware of if I want to use Ultra RAMs in my design?I am familiar with the Block RAMs used in 5-, 6- and 7-series...

recovery/removal violations, does it always matter?

Started by kaz 1 year ago9 replieslatest reply 1 year ago189 views
Hi All,A common problem in large designs is violation on async reset. I am aware that in most cases it doesn't matter for example If I know my user logic design...

FPGA output pulsating in real time

Started by abdul_samad 1 year ago1 replylatest reply 1 year ago32 views
Hi,I am working on a digital down conversion module for a project of mine. The module down converts a  signal at IF 455 KHz received through an ADC, multiplies...

Fixed Point Library for Python

Started by smlgit 1 year ago7 replieslatest reply 1 year ago798 views
Hi everyone,As part of a large FPGA/DSP project, I built a c extension library for python that mimicks the vhdl standard library fixed point functionality (

register clear on read

Started by kamalovich 1 year ago4 replieslatest reply 1 year ago481 views
hi all !I am doing a BER (BIT ERROR RATE) in vhdl and I have to put 2 registers clear on read which counts the number of words in error and the number of bits...

Spammers are getting more sophisticated

Started by stephaneb 1 year ago4 replieslatest reply 1 year ago273 views
Just a quick post to inform you of a scheme used by spammers lately on the Related sites.Here's the scheme:They create an account on one of the Related sites and...

metastabilty with multicycle

Started by nori 1 year ago3 replieslatest reply 1 year ago67 views
Hi All,This thought occurred to me regarding multicycle path.Assume I set multicycle of 2. Then this implies that data delay from launch edge(0) will respect the...

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