AN 669: Drive-On-Chip Design Example for Cyclone V Devices

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Date 5/15/2022
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Downloading and Installing the Reference Design

  1. Download the relevant reference design .par file for your development kit and power board from the Intel Design Store.
    To obtain further support on the reference design, contact your local Intel sales representative.
  2. Install the relevant reference design .par file for your development kit and power board.
    Table 3.  Design .par Files
    Variant Development Kit Power Board Processor
    DOC_4AXIS_CVSX Cyclone V SoC Intel 4 Axis HPS
    DOC_FE2H_CVSX Cyclone V SoC FalconEye 2 HSMC HPS
    DOC_FE2H_CVSX_XiP Cyclone V SoC FalconEye 2 HSMC HPS
    DOC_FE2H_MAX10 MAX 10 FPGA FalconEye 2 HSMC Nios II
    DOC_FE2H_SoCKit SoCKit FalconEye 2 HSMC HPS
    Note: The XiP variant does not use external DDR3 memory and executes all code directly from flash memory.
  3. In the Quartus II software, click File > New Project Wizard.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Enter the path for your project working directory and enter variant name from the table for the project name.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Select Project Template.
  8. Click Next
  9. Click Install the design templates.
  10. Browse to select the .par file for the reference design and browse to the destination directory where you want to install it.
    Figure 1. Design Template Installation
  11. Click OK on the design template installation message.
  12. Select the Drive on Chip Reference design design example.
    Figure 2. Design Template
  13. Click Next.
  14. Click Finish. The Quartus II software expands the archive and sets up the project, which may take some time.
    Figure 3. Directory StructureThe reference design directory structure for the DOC_FE2H_CVSX variant

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