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Article: 155100
Subject: Catapult C floating point exp() function?
From: turin231@gmail.com
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 07:09:29 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hello all,

I was wondering if catapult C HLS has a built in exp() for floating point numbers. If yes is the generated RTL description vendor independent and the modules used sharable or open etc.?

Thanks 

Article: 155101
Subject: Re: Catapult C floating point exp() function?
From: Kevin Neilson <kevin.neilson@xilinx.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2013 13:57:04 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
How is your experience with Catapult C?  Does it work?

I don't have an answer to your exact question, but if you don't find a built-in function, a lookup table or a Maclaurin series are your best bets.

Article: 155102
Subject: Re: Catapult C floating point exp() function?
From: Steven Derrien <sderrien@irisa.fr>
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 16:43:50 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hi,

If you have Catapult-SL, you should be able to use the C-Core feature and wrap-up a
module from flopoco (http://flopoco.gforge.inria.fr/) which produces HDL.

Ragards,

Steven


On 15/04/2013 16:09, turin231@gmail.com wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I was wondering if catapult C HLS has a built in exp() for floating point numbers. If yes is the generated RTL description vendor independent and the modules used sharable or open etc.?
>
> Thanks


Article: 155103
Subject: FPGA board with 4 channel 500Msps ADC?
From: wzab <wzab01@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 14:09:38 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hi,

I'm looking for possibly cheap FPGA based board with 4 channel 500
Msps ADC (at least 8bit).
The board should allow preprocessing of acquired data and transmission
of results to the PC (via
PCIe, Ethernet or USB - the amount of data after preprocessing will be
significantly reduced).

I have found boards like:
http://www.signatec.com/products/daq/high-speed-digitizer-fpga-pcie-board-px1500-4.html
(unfortunately price is not published).

One additional demand. The board should allow implementation of user's
own IP core in the FPGA,
so all details needed to communicate with ADC and with PC should be
open.
--
TIA & Regards,
Wojtek

Article: 155104
Subject: Re: Catapult C floating point exp() function?
From: turin231@gmail.com
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 01:22:07 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
@ Kevin...Did not try it yet...I will tell when i try it but most consider catapult C as one of the most robust...

Thanks for the replies...I will try and check back

Article: 155105
Subject: Re: Catapult C floating point exp() function?
From: Kevin Neilson <kevin.neilson@xilinx.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2013 11:16:08 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
I used to work on the development a high-level design tool but it never worked out well.  Plus, Verilog/VHDL keep getting more abstract all the time.  But I'm always interested to hear about these other tools.

If you can't use a lookup, the Horner-style Maclaurin for y=exp(x) isn't too hard.  Something like:

y=1; temp=1;
for n = 1 to N
  temp = temp * x/n;
  y = y + temp;
end

Accuracy depends on N.  You can store the reciprocals of n in a ROM so you don't have to do divides.  If x is purely imaginary, just use a sin/cos lookup.

Article: 155106
Subject: Re: FPGA board with 4 channel 500Msps ADC?
From: Tim Wescott <tim@seemywebsite.please>
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 11:19:27 -0500
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On Tue, 16 Apr 2013 14:09:38 -0700, wzab wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I'm looking for possibly cheap FPGA based board with 4 channel 500 Msps
> ADC (at least 8bit).
> The board should allow preprocessing of acquired data and transmission
> of results to the PC (via PCIe, Ethernet or USB - the amount of data
> after preprocessing will be significantly reduced).
> 
> I have found boards like:
> http://www.signatec.com/products/daq/high-speed-digitizer-fpga-pcie-
board-px1500-4.html
> (unfortunately price is not published).
> 
> One additional demand. The board should allow implementation of user's
> own IP core in the FPGA,
> so all details needed to communicate with ADC and with PC should be
> open.

If you are just building one of something, and particularly if it's going 
to be a lab queen, then look at the evaluation boards from the FPGA 
vendors.  Documentation will be complete, but basic -- you'll get a 
schematic and an example application, and the rest will be up to you.

Beyond that -- I'd be surprised if there's not more out there.  Some sort 
of a general-purpose data acquisition card with an FPGA in it seems an 
obvious sort of thing to sell to people just like you.

-- 
Tim Wescott
Control system and signal processing consulting
www.wescottdesign.com

Article: 155107
Subject: Re: FPGA board with 4 channel 500Msps ADC?
From: Stef <stef33d@yahooI-N-V-A-L-I-D.com.invalid>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 09:39:28 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In comp.arch.fpga,
wzab <wzab01@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm looking for possibly cheap FPGA based board with 4 channel 500
> Msps ADC (at least 8bit).
> The board should allow preprocessing of acquired data and transmission
> of results to the PC (via
> PCIe, Ethernet or USB - the amount of data after preprocessing will be
> significantly reduced).
>
> I have found boards like:
> http://www.signatec.com/products/daq/high-speed-digitizer-fpga-pcie-board-px1500-4.html
> (unfortunately price is not published).
>
> One additional demand. The board should allow implementation of user's
> own IP core in the FPGA,
> so all details needed to communicate with ADC and with PC should be
> open.

Just got an ad-mail from Analog devices for their "Pmod I/O interface boards",
suitable for "Signal integration to FPGA designs". May be of interest to you
if you can't find a suitable single-board solution.

-- 
Stef    (remove caps, dashes and .invalid from e-mail address to reply by mail)

"No matter where you go, there you are..."
-- Buckaroo Banzai

Article: 155108
Subject: Re: FPGA board with 4 channel 500Msps ADC?
From: Stef <stef33d@yahooI-N-V-A-L-I-D.com.invalid>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 09:48:27 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
In comp.arch.fpga,
Stef <stef33d@yahooI-N-V-A-L-I-D.com.invalid> wrote:
[Pmod]

Sorry, should have checked out these boards before posting.
Forget those Pmod boards, it's all slow stuff, nowhere near 500MSPS.

-- 
Stef    (remove caps, dashes and .invalid from e-mail address to reply by mail)

Wherever you go...There you are.
- Buckaroo Banzai

Article: 155109
Subject: Re: FPGA board with 4 channel 500Msps ADC?
From: "scrts" <delete@myemail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 14:29:56 +0300
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Check Ettus research for USRP series.

"wzab"  wrote in message 
news:1bb09ab3-f3c5-4ef6-8647-94c700fac4c0@b3g2000vbo.googlegroups.com...

Hi,

I'm looking for possibly cheap FPGA based board with 4 channel 500
Msps ADC (at least 8bit).
The board should allow preprocessing of acquired data and transmission
of results to the PC (via
PCIe, Ethernet or USB - the amount of data after preprocessing will be
significantly reduced).

I have found boards like:
http://www.signatec.com/products/daq/high-speed-digitizer-fpga-pcie-board-px1500-4.html
(unfortunately price is not published).

One additional demand. The board should allow implementation of user's
own IP core in the FPGA,
so all details needed to communicate with ADC and with PC should be
open.
--
TIA & Regards,
Wojtek 


Article: 155110
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: matt.lettau@gmail.com
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 15:15:03 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Andy,

There are two approaches to doing this in an FPGA. The OP is looking at one=
 that would bring the TMDS and clock lines directly to the FPGA (assuming a=
ppropriate equalization / level shift / drivers on PCB). An FPGA cannot pro=
vide a simple crosspoint function internally, thus one would have to put 16=
 instances of HDMI RX and 16 instances of HDMI TX cores in the device and c=
reate the crosspoint in the fabric. My personal opinion is that the number =
of cores, the clocking resources, and logic required would make this a futi=
le exercise.

The second approach is mentioned by Thomas already. This at least keeps the=
 HDMI PHY and RX/TX stack out of the FPGA, but will require quite a bit of =
IO depending on OP needs.=20

To attempt either will require a large and costly FPGA, I think the OP will=
 find the crosspoints cheaper in the end.

-Matt=20


Article: 155111
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: David Brown <david.brown@removethis.hesbynett.no>
Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2013 14:18:50 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On 20/04/13 00:15, matt.lettau@gmail.com wrote:
> Andy,
>
> There are two approaches to doing this in an FPGA. The OP is looking
> at one that would bring the TMDS and clock lines directly to the FPGA
> (assuming appropriate equalization / level shift / drivers on PCB).
> An FPGA cannot provide a simple crosspoint function internally, thus
> one would have to put 16 instances of HDMI RX and 16 instances of
> HDMI TX cores in the device and create the crosspoint in the fabric.
> My personal opinion is that the number of cores, the clocking
> resources, and logic required would make this a futile exercise.
>
> The second approach is mentioned by Thomas already. This at least
> keeps the HDMI PHY and RX/TX stack out of the FPGA, but will require
> quite a bit of IO depending on OP needs.
>
> To attempt either will require a large and costly FPGA, I think the
> OP will find the crosspoints cheaper in the end.
>
> -Matt
>

Yes, that's pretty much the same conclusion as we came to (after you and 
another off-list poster suggested crosspoints) - and we are now using 
such a crosspoint switch on the board.

Thanks to all for their suggestions.

David

Article: 155112
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: jonesandy@comcast.net
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 11:27:26 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Matt,

OK, it's an economic issue, not a technical issue.

Thanks,

Andy

Article: 155113
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: David Brown <david.brown@removethis.hesbynett.no>
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 20:46:28 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On 22/04/13 20:27, jonesandy@comcast.net wrote:
> Matt,
>
> OK, it's an economic issue, not a technical issue.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Andy
>

I think it's a bit of both - when looking at the numbers of I/O's 
needed, I don't think there are FPGA's big enough on the market.  Had it 
been 8x8 rather than 16x16, it would perhaps have been an economic 
issue.  But with 16x16, we would need 64 inputs at 3.4 Gpbs and 64 
outputs at 3.4 Gpbs - I don't think there are any FPGAs that have that 
many high-speed channels.  And if we use external encoder/decoder chips, 
the speeds per line are lower but we would need far more of them.

Certainly in principle an FPGA can be used for an HDMI cross-point 
switch, but it seems that it is not a practical solution for such a big 
switch.


Article: 155114
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: jonesandy@comcast.net
Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 16:36:33 -0700 (PDT)
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Matt,

This is not a question of practical/economic consideration, per your original statement. 

Altera Stratix V GX B series has 66 full-duplex, 14.1 Gbps transceivers with independent Rx/Tx PLLs (e.g. 66 inputs, 66 outputs), and 490K-952K logic elements for an x-bar. 

Probably not cost effective, but technically feasible.

Andy


Article: 155115
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: David Brown <david@westcontrol.removethisbit.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 10:48:19 +0200
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On 23/04/13 01:36, jonesandy@comcast.net wrote:
> Matt,
> 
> This is not a question of practical/economic consideration, per your
> original statement.
> 
> Altera Stratix V GX B series has 66 full-duplex, 14.1 Gbps
> transceivers with independent Rx/Tx PLLs (e.g. 66 inputs, 66
> outputs), and 490K-952K logic elements for an x-bar.

I didn't realise the Rx and Tx sides of the transceivers could operate
independently - that's why I dismissed these as too small.

> 
> Probably not cost effective, but technically feasible.

Well, if it is possible to buy these devices, then I agree.

> 
> Andy
> 


Article: 155116
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: jonesandy@comcast.net
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 06:29:12 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Arrow shows 5SGXEB6R2F40C3N in stock @ $9,092.00 ea (min/multiple = 1).

Very likely not cost effective...

Andy


Article: 155117
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: "Morten Leikvoll" <mleikvol@yahoo.nospam>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 18:52:14 +0200
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Not a fgpa solution, but have a look at analog devices ADN4605 and its 
likes.. A few of those and you got full matrix of even more ports. 


Article: 155118
Subject: Re: FPGA for large HDMI switch
From: GaborSzakacs <gabor@alacron.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 15:23:51 -0400
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
David Brown wrote:
> On 08/04/13 17:58, thomas.entner99@gmail.com wrote:
>> You might consider to use 16 external receivers and 16 external
>> transmitters and use the FPGA to mux the databuses. There are some
>> Rx/Tx that support DDR on the databuses, so this will get you 16pins
>> per Rx/TX (12b+HD+VD+DE+Clk) x 32 = 512 Pins Total. There are at
>> least low cost Cyclone IV that have so many IOs (CE30/CE40).
>>
>> But I have not checked if this DDR-style Rx/Tx are also available for
>> HDMI1.4 and how this solution compares to this crosspoint switches.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Thomas
>>
> 
> Unfortunately, the numbers are bigger than that.  HDMI receivers and
> transmitters that I have seen have SDR on the databus, but for HDMI1.4
> that would be 36 lines at 340 Mbps.  So for 16 channels in and 16
> channels out, that would be 36*16*2 = 1152 pins, all running at 340
> Mbps.  That's a lot of pins - and even if we got an FPGA big enough,
> designing such a board and getting matched lengths on all the lines
> needed would be a serious effort.
> 
> The crosspoint switches mentioned by another poster are one likely
> choice.  The other realistic architecture is to use large numbers of
> 4-to-1 HDMI multiplexers.

Probably not a good solution at 340 Mbps, but when you have a large
parallel bus and need a number of these in a crossbar, you can split
the bus into bit slices and handle them in separate smaller and
much cheaper devices.  Generally, using a very high pin-count FPGA
with very little logic is a big waste of silicon.  For something as
regular in structure as a parallel-bus crossbar, splitting the bus
into slices can reduce the silicon area by using a number of FPGA's
programmed identically each handling the same slice from every port
on the crossbar.  The problem at very high speeds would be part to
part skew.  You can control voltage and temperature among the parts,
but you're at the mercy of the manufacturer for process variation.

-- 
Gabor

Article: 155119
Subject: Inferring Xilinx BlockRAM FIFO
From: Kevin Neilson <kevin.neilson@xilinx.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:07:57 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
The Xilinx built-in blockRAM FIFOs seem pretty nice, but is there any way t=
o infer them?  Probably not.  They're not that useful otherwise, unless you=
 want to instantiate the primitive (not really), use CoreGen (no), and simu=
late using a unisim (who's got the time?).

I always thought it'd be nice if Synplify could infer the Systemverilog pus=
h_front and pop_back queue commands as a FIFO and then use its own SynCore =
tool to make a FIFO from that.  I might have to wait another 7-8 years for =
that one.

Article: 155120
Subject: Modelsim ought to be cheaper
From: Kevin Neilson <kevin.neilson@xilinx.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:13:42 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Why is Modelsim so expensive?  It is a mature product and yet it segfaults =
on me all the time.  Constantly.  Often, when it ought to give me warnings =
or errors (such as when there is a port width mismatch) it just core dumps =
instead, leaving me to comment out lines one at a time until I figure out w=
hy it's crashing.  That's my rant.  It's still pretty decent, but ought to =
be cheaper if it's going to coredump like freeware.

Article: 155121
Subject: Re: Modelsim ought to be cheaper
From: Rob Gaddi <rgaddi@technologyhighland.invalid>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:20:52 -0700
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:13:42 -0700 (PDT)
Kevin Neilson <kevin.neilson@xilinx.com> wrote:

> Why is Modelsim so expensive?  It is a mature product and yet it segfaults on me all the time.  Constantly.  Often, when it ought to give me warnings or errors (such as when there is a port width mismatch) it just core dumps instead, leaving me to comment out lines one at a time until I figure out why it's crashing.  That's my rant.  It's still pretty decent, but ought to be cheaper if it's going to coredump like freeware.

An argument could be made that it's so expensive even with its
segfaults because, even with it segfaulting all the time, you were
willing to pay them as much as they asked for it.

-- 
Rob Gaddi, Highland Technology -- www.highlandtechnology.com
Email address domain is currently out of order.  See above to fix.

Article: 155122
Subject: Re: Modelsim ought to be cheaper
From: rickman <gnuarm@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 18:01:45 -0400
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On 4/23/2013 4:13 PM, Kevin Neilson wrote:
> Why is Modelsim so expensive?  It is a mature product and yet it segfaults on me all the time.  Constantly.  Often, when it ought to give me warnings or errors (such as when there is a port width mismatch) it just core dumps instead, leaving me to comment out lines one at a time until I figure out why it's crashing.  That's my rant.  It's still pretty decent, but ought to be cheaper if it's going to coredump like freeware.

I am using ActiveHDL which is a competing product, but both are free as 
far as I know.  I don't buy them, I get them with the vendors free 
tools.  I guess when you pay for them you get a version that isn't 
crippled and runs faster.  Most of the stuff I do the simulation doesn't 
take so long that this is a problem.

I've never seen the sort of bugs you are talking about.  I do remember 
that some 10 years ago they had a memory leak that would crash it after 
running for some hours.  I never saw them fix that problem, it continued 
release after release.

I only switched to AHDL because Lattice switched tools.  I ordered a 
paid version of their tools (at that time they didn't give a simulator) 
and between the time I placed the order and the time I received it an 
tried to fire it up, it wouldn't license!  Seems they switched brands 
and I *had* to use AHDL whether I wanted to or not.  I ranted and raved 
for a bit (that was pretty dirty pool) but in the end I didn't see much 
of a difference and like AHDL pretty well.  I think they have a trial 
version, you might give it a try. I don't see it crashing like you are 
saying Modelsim does.

-- 

Rick

Article: 155123
Subject: Re: Modelsim ought to be cheaper
From: rickman <gnuarm@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 18:02:24 -0400
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
On 4/23/2013 4:20 PM, Rob Gaddi wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:13:42 -0700 (PDT)
> Kevin Neilson<kevin.neilson@xilinx.com>  wrote:
>
>> Why is Modelsim so expensive?  It is a mature product and yet it segfaults on me all the time.  Constantly.  Often, when it ought to give me warnings or errors (such as when there is a port width mismatch) it just core dumps instead, leaving me to comment out lines one at a time until I figure out why it's crashing.  That's my rant.  It's still pretty decent, but ought to be cheaper if it's going to coredump like freeware.
>
> An argument could be made that it's so expensive even with its
> segfaults because, even with it segfaulting all the time, you were
> willing to pay them as much as they asked for it.

Yes, you could make that argument... but why bother?

-- 

Rick

Article: 155124
Subject: FPGA implementation of Interpolation controller for a Timing Recovery Loop
From: Udesh <dinukaudesh@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 21:17:03 -0700 (PDT)
Links: << >>  << T >>  << A >>
Hi All,

I'm looking at FPGA implementation of Timing Recovery Loop and Interpolatio=
n controller. I would like to refer an exact implementation block diagram. =
I have refered Micheal Rice - Digital Communication book. But I would like =
to refer an actual implementation model.

Thanks.




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