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Relationship Between Simulink and FPGA Clock

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shauk 2017 年 5 月 23 日
コメント済み: Stefanie Schwarz 2020 年 2 月 17 日
I am designing my model in Simulink and then download it to the FPGA using the HDL coder. My output has a Fs of 11.28 Mhz and my FPGA is running with a input clock of 22.56 MHz. So how does simulink make sure that my output from FPGA is also coming out at 11.28 MHz. Is it done by the clock bundles(clock enable, master clock and clock reset) signals that simulink adds to each block? Or do i need to do something else to make sure that my output signal at FPGA pin has a Fs of 11.28 MHz?

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David Amor
David Amor 2017 年 5 月 23 日
編集済み: David Amor 2017 年 5 月 23 日
In the "Model Configuration Parameters" (the cog at the top) Set your solver to "Fixed-step" and "Discrete (no continuous states)" then choose the "Step Size" under additional options and type "1 / 22.56e6" (your sys clock).
Then your simulations will run at your system clock and you can confirm timings.

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shauk 2017 年 5 月 23 日
thanks for the solution, just one more question, does the stop time in the simulation time bar matter? currently i set it to 10e6, i think this has a effect on calculating the step size
David Amor
David Amor 2017 年 7 月 21 日
Stop time doesn't matter for fixed step size. The step size is not changed with the stop time.


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Bharath Venkataraman
Bharath Venkataraman 2017 年 5 月 23 日
HDL Coder generates as many clocks or clock enables as there are rates. So if you had a single rate model, you would have a single clock port which you could hook up to the 22.56 MHz clock. You can have a valid signal that toggles valid to give an effective rate of 11.28MHz.
If you truly want two raes, you will need to use either the rate transition or downsample block to model the functionality of how you are taking in data at 22.56MHz and sending out data at 11.28MHz. HDL Coder offers you an option to use a single clock with clock enables to represent the rates or two distinct clocks. Please look at this link to get further information.

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Michael Du
Michael Du 2020 年 1 月 30 日
Which link are you mentioning regarding to generate two clocks in one simulink IP block?


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