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IP Core genration in hdl coder for Zedboard FMCOMMS2 Channel Mapping

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Hello,
There are no settings for channel mapping and DUT synthesize frequency in hdl coder of Zedboard and FMCOMMS2. This exists in simulink hdl coder workflow but not in m file. Could you please tell me how could I set these parameters?
Best Regards, Pooria Varahram.

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Neil MacEwen
Neil MacEwen on 10 Feb 2017
Hi Pooria,
I'm afraid the the targeting workflow is only supported from Simulink. You could try including your m-code in a MATLAB Function block .
Regards,
Neil

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Neil MacEwen
Neil MacEwen on 10 Feb 2017
Hi Pooria,
Thanks for your question. I need some more information on what you are trying to do to be able to answer your query accurately.
The channel mapping and DUT synthesis frequency parameters are available in both the FPGA targeting and HW/SW co-design workflows using the HDL Workflow Advisor. The DUT synthesis frequency parameter is only applicable to the targeting workflows. The channel mapping parameter is used for targeting workflows but also in I/O modes where you are trying to stream data into or out of MATLAB/Simulink using System Objects or Simulink blocks.
I am unclear if you are trying a targeting workflow or are trying to stream data into or out of Simulink. Could you please let me know which version of MATLAB you are using and exactly what you are trying to do?
Thanks,
Neil
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pooria varahram
pooria varahram on 10 Feb 2017
Hi Neil,
Thanks for your reply. I can see these features in simulink. But my code is in m file and i don't want to use simulink. I can do the same thing of hdl coder workflow from hdl code generation of m file and select the IP core generation but by default the channel mapping is 1 and DUT synthesize frequency is 3.84 MHz but for my design, I need higher frequency. I can't change it in there. I am using 2016a. my platform is zedboard and fmcomms2 board.
Best Regards, Pooria.

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