1.5.1. Install the Design Files 1.5.2. Analyze System Requirements 1.5.3. Start the Software and Open the Example Project 1.5.4. Create a New System 1.5.5. Define the System in 1.5.6. Integrate the System into the Project 1.5.7. Download the Hardware Design to the Target FPGA 1.5.8. Develop Software Using the SBT for Eclipse 1.5.9. Run the Program on Target Hardware
188.8.131.52. Specify Target FPGA and Clock Settings 184.108.40.206. Add the On-Chip Memory 220.127.116.11. Add the Processor Core 18.104.22.168. Add the JTAG UART 22.214.171.124. Add the Interval Timer 126.96.36.199. Add the System ID Peripheral 188.8.131.52. Add the PIO 184.108.40.206. Specify Base Addresses and Interrupt Request Priorities 220.127.116.11. Generate the System
You can perform this tutorial on hardware without a license. With , you can perform the following actions:
- Simulate the behavior of a processor within your system
- Verify the functionality of your design
- Evaluate the size and speed of your design quickly and easily
- Generate time-limited device programming files for designs that include processors
- Program a device and verify your design in hardware
You need to purchase a license for the processor only when you are completely satisfied with its functionality and performance, and want to use your design in production.
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