1. About the Drive-On-Chip Design Example for Cyclone V Devices 2. Motor Control Boards 3. Drive-On-Chip Design Example for Cyclone V Devices Features 4. Getting Started 5. Building the Design 6. Debugging and Monitoring the Drive-On-Chip Design Example with System Console 7. About the Scaling of Feedback Signals 8. Motor Control Software 9. Functional Description of the Drive-On-Chip Design Example 10. Achieving Timing Closure on a Motor Control Design 11. Design Security Recommendations 12. Reference Documents for the Drive-on-Chip Design Example 13. Document Revision History for AN 669: Drive-on-Chip Reference Design
4.1. Software Requirements for the Drive-On-Chip Design Example for Cyclone V Devices 4.2. Downloading and Installing the Drive-On-Chip Design Example for Cyclone V Devices 4.3. Setting Up the Motor Control Board with your Development Board 4.4. Programming the Hardware onto the Device 4.5. Setting Up Terminal Emulator 4.6. Downloading the HPS Software to the Device
6.1. System Console GUI Upper Pane for the Drive-On-Chip Design Example 6.2. System Console GUI Lower Pane for the Drive-On-Chip Design Example 6.3. Vibration Suppression Tab 6.4. Controlling the DC-DC Converter 6.5. Tuning the PI Controller Gains 6.6. Controlling the Speed and Position Demonstrations 6.7. Monitoring Performance
9.1. Processor Subsystem 9.2. Six-channel PWM Interface 9.3. DC Link Monitor 9.4. Drive System Monitor 9.5. Quadrature Encoder Interface 9.6. Sigma-Delta ADC Interface for Drive Axes 9.7. DC-DC Converter 9.8. Motor Control Modes 9.9. FOC Subsystem 9.10. FFTs 9.11. DEKF Technique for Battery Management 9.12. Signals 9.13. Registers
9.9.1. DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs Model for the Drive-On-Chip Designs 9.9.2. Avalon Memory-Mapped Interface 9.9.3. About DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs 9.9.4. DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs Folding 9.9.5. DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs Model Resource Usage 9.9.6. DSP Builder for Intel FPGAs Design Guidelines 9.9.7. Generating VHDL for the DSP Builder Models for the Drive-On-Chip Reference Designs
SoC HPS Execute-in-Place (XiP) Variant
The DOC_FE2H_CVSX_XiP variant is an example of a minimal motor control project for Cyclone V SoCs requiring no external memory. Execute-in-Place (XiP) refers to executing the application directly from flash memory (quad serial peripheral interface (QSPI) in this case). If the code footprint is small enough to fit entirely in the L2 cache, performance is similar to that achieved with external DDR memory and L2 cache. The variant uses on-chip RAM (OCRAM) for data storage. You may implement additional memory in the FPGA but do not use it for frequently accessed data. Accesses to this memory incur the latency through the HPS2FPGA bridges. The XiP variant uses FPGA memory for debug data to be shared with the System Console debug GUI.
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