Mapping HPS IP Peripheral Signals to the FPGA Interface Design Example

AN 706: Mapping HPS IP Peripheral Signals to the FPGA Interface (PDF) introduces you to the design flow required to route a hard processor system (HPS) peripheral through the FPGA interface using Qsys and Intel® Quartus® Prime or Quartus II software. This application note includes a simple tutorial to demonstrate how to map HPS EMAC and I2C peripherals signals to the FPGA interface. It is based on the Golden Hardware Reference Design (GHRD) and provides step-by-step instruction on how to complete the mapping procedure.

The design is provided for the following Intel® FPGA development Kit:

Figure 1. Design Example Block diagram

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To run this example, download the and unzip it to your hard drive. Then, follow the instructions in AN 706: Mapping HPS IP Peripheral Signals to the FPGA Interface (PDF).

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