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2.1. Installing and Licensing Intel® FPGA IP Cores 2.2. IP Catalog and Parameter Editor 2.3. Specifying the IP Core Parameters and Options 2.4. Simulating Intel® FPGA IP Cores 2.5. Simulating the Turbo IP with the RTL Simulator 2.6. Simulating the Turbo IP with the C-Model 2.7. Simulating the Turbo IP with MATLAB
2.2. IP Catalog and Parameter Editor
The IP Catalog displays the IP cores available for your project, including Intel® FPGA IP and other IP that you add to the IP Catalog search path. Use the following features of the IP Catalog to locate and customize an IP core:
- Filter IP Catalog to Show IP for active device family or Show IP for all device families. If you have no project open, select the Device Family in IP Catalog.
- Type in the Search field to locate any full or partial IP core name in IP Catalog.
- Right-click an IP core name in IP Catalog to display details about supported devices, to open the IP core's installation folder, and for links to IP documentation.
- Click Search for Partner IP to access partner IP information on the web.
The parameter editor prompts you to specify an IP variation name, optional ports, and output file generation options. The parameter editor generates a top-level Intel® Quartus® Prime IP file (.ip) for an IP variation in Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition projects. This file represents the IP variation in the project, and stores parameterization information.2
Figure 3. Example IP Parameter Editor
2 The parameter editor generates a top-level Quartus IP file (.qip) for an IP variation in Intel® Quartus® Prime Standard Edition projects.
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