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Re: QSPI Slave controller IP core

Reply posted 1 year ago (03/27/2020)
Could you be more precise? QSPI can mean several things. Perhaps specify what the QSPI master is.
In a point-to-point go for UDP, it is simple and reliable enough; it is only when you travel long distances over switches and ISP that packets and order get lost.TCP...

Re: Pink noise generator on FPGA

Reply posted 2 years ago (12/05/2018)
This may get you started: https://www.dsprelated.com/showarticle/908.phpI think doing it in MyHDL and then converting it to VHDL (by MyHDL) wil make life easier,...

Re: A Law compression for FPGA

Reply posted 3 years ago (08/23/2018)
convert to unsigned as in:def twos2sm( a ):''' accept a 16 bit signed input vector and return the sign and magnitude '''if a[15]:# negativereturn 1, 2**15 - a[15:0]else:return...

Re: A Law compression for FPGA

Reply posted 3 years ago (08/23/2018)
Kaz,Thus effectively discarding the 3 lowest bits of the input data?Did you convert the 2's complement into sign + (unsigned) magnitude, before discarding the 3...

Re: A Law compression for FPGA

Reply posted 3 years ago (08/23/2018)
Hi Kaz,Did you use exactly that table to compress the 15 bits + sign into 7 bits + sign? Or did you make a new table?Can we see the code?Regards,Josy

Re: Which FPGA kit to start with in 2018?

Reply posted 3 years ago (03/25/2018)
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Re: Mealy or Moore? none and not even state machine

Reply posted 5 years ago (10/08/2016)
Just being pedantic, but a counter that counts in an arbitrary sequence is not a counter. If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, ......

Re: Mealy or Moore? none and not even state machine

Reply posted 5 years ago (10/07/2016)
I always say: 'A State Machine is worth a Thousand Equations'.Now I may add: 'and a Dozen of Counters' :)

Re: Mealy or Moore? none and not even state machine

Reply posted 5 years ago (10/07/2016)
So your 'counter' is just another 'state machine in disguise'?It would be interesting to see some source code of yours!

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