F-Tile Ethernet Intel® FPGA Hard IP Design Example User Guide

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Date 9/26/2022

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1.1.1. Generating Single IP Instance Design

Figure 2. Procedure

  1. In the Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition, click File > New Project Wizard to create a new Intel® Quartus® Prime project, or File > Open Project to open an existing Intel® Quartus® Prime project. The wizard prompts you to specify a device.
  2. Specify the device family Agilex (F-Series/I-Series) and select device with F-tile for your design.
  3. Select Tools > IP Catalog to open the IP Catalog and select F-Tile Ethernet Intel FPGA Hard IP.
  4. Specify a top-level name <your_ip> and the folder for your custom IP variation. The parameter editor saves the IP variation settings in a file named <your_ip> .ip.
  5. Click Create. The IP parameter editor appears.
    Figure 3. Example Design Tab
  6. On the IP tab, specify the parameters for your IP core variation. For exact IP parameter setting, refer to the Selected IP Parameter Settings table in the desired Design Example chapter.
  7. Specify the parameters in the Example Design tab.
    1. Under Available Example Designs, select Single instance of IP core.
    2. Under Example Design Files, select the Simulation option to generate the testbench and the compilation-only project. Select the Synthesis option to generate the hardware design example.
    3. Under Generated HDL Format, select Verilog .
    4. Under Target Development Kit, select Agilex I-Series Transceiver-SoC Development Kit or None. If you select a specific Development Kit as the Target Development Kit, the design example is generated based on a specific device and it overwrites the device you selected in your project file. If you select None as the Target Development Kit, ensure the selected device is your targeted device and adjust the pins assignments in the .qsf file.
  8. Click the Generate Example Design button.
The software generates all design files in sub-directories. You require these files to run simulation, compilation, and hardware testing.