Authoring a Reference Design for Audio System on a Zynq Board
This example shows how to build a reference design to run an audio algorithm and access audio input and output on a Zynq® board.
In this example you will create a reference design which receives audio input from Zedboard, performs some processing on it and transmits the processed audio data out of Zedboard. You also generate IP cores for peripheral interfaces using HDL Workflow Advisor.
To perform audio processing on Zedboard, you need the following 2 protocols:
- I2C to configure the ADAU1761 audio codec chip on Zedboard.
- I2S to stream the digitized audio data between the codec chip and Zynq fabric.