The HDL Coder™ software can generate an IP core with an AXI4 or an AXI4-Lite interface.
You can integrate the HDL IP core into the
Default system is a basic reference design that
contains an ARM processor and the HDL IP core. HDL Coder generates the HDL DUT IP core, and
inserts it into the reference design. The processor acts as master, and the IP core acts
as slave. By accessing the generated registers via the AXI4-Lite interface, the
processor can read and write data to and from the IP core. You can tune the parameters
on the FPGA, or probe the results from the FPGA via the AXI4-Lite interface in the IP
core. To tune the parameters or probe results, use this reference design with
External mode in Simulink®.
To specify the
Default system as the target reference
IP Core Generation as target workflow.
Open the HDL Workflow Advisor. In the Set Target Device and
Synthesis Tool task, specify
Generation as the Target
Default system as target reference
design. In the Set Target Reference Design task, for
Reference design, select
system. You can also specify whether you want the code
generator to automatically insert the JTAG MATLAB AXI Master IP in the
reference design. For an example, see Using JTAG MATLAB as AXI Master to control the HDL Coder IP
Core (HDL Coder).
Go through the workflow to generate the HDL IP core, and integrate the IP core into
Default system reference design.