Can someone please direct me as to where I can find an .ibis model for the S27KL0641DABHI020. I would like to simulate the design I am working on that includes this IC as the memory component.Show Less
In order to communicate with the memory Hyper RAM S27KL0642 I use a NUCLEO-L4R5ZI board.
My problem is that the frequency that can be generated by the MCU is 120MHz and in the datasheet of the memory componment's operation is only detailled for two frequencies (200 and 166MHz).
My question is, does the memory would properly work at 120MHz frequency? If so, are timing specifications the same?
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We are considering incorporating the Hyper-RAM S27KS0642GABHV020 (and later the 128-Mbit counterpart) as the DRAM solution in our upcoming product design. The IC will be clocked at 150 MHz. In each transaction, we would like to store/read data in 1024 KB chunks, using Linear Burst Mode (essentially each transaction will read/write a row). Beside the Tcsm limitation, which limits each transaction to 600 cycles when using 150 MHz clock, is there a limit to the number of bytes that can be read or written in a transaction when using Linear Burst Mode? Is our use-case, which requires 527 cycles and respects Tcsm, viable?
This isn't a HyperRAM question in particular, but this seems like the best place to post this. I am working on a Xilinx FPGA design that is interfacing with an STM32H microcontroller. We were hoping to operate in HyperBus mode (which the microcontroller supports), but with the FPGA as the slave. I know from this thread that Cypress did not supply a slave version of their IP core in 2019, but I was hoping that that might have changed by now: https://community.cypress.com/t5/Hyper-RAM/Using-an-FPGA-as-a-HyperBus-slave/m-p/136850#M84
It appears to me that the only way forward is to design a core by hand, but I was hoping to avoid that if possible.Show Less
Is it possible to convert the Verilog S27KkL0642.v Model into a netlist?
I have been using the S27KL0642.v model very successfully with the Intel Starter ModelSim Simulator. However, my design has grown to the point that it is very painfully slow. My design is entirely written in VHDL except for the s27KL0642.v Model. I also have a copy of Modelsim PE with a VHDL License which run much faster. I am wondering if I can get a universal netlist version of the S27KL0642 Model that would allow me to use my copy of ModelSim PE with the VHDL License to simulate my design using the netlist version of the S27KL0642 Model instead of the Verilog version??????????????????????Show Less
In studying the Hyper Ram Bus Specifications and the timing of the bus signals specifically the relationship between RWDS and the 8 Data bits, I am not sure how to reliably clock the read data into my Intel/Altera FPGA. I occurs to me that what is needed is a 3 or 4 ns delay line or a 90 degree phase shift to delay the RWDS strobe until the data is stable.
It is evident that this problem can be solved by the availability of Hyper Ram Controllers. Is there any available information on how this is typically accomplished???
I am looking for a Verilog or VHDL Simulation Model for a Hyperram memory device. Does it exist? I am using the IS66WVH16M8ALL-166B1LI device, but any Hyperram Simulation Model will work for my purposes.
The demo showcases the HyperRAM in Industrial or consumer HMI application as an expansion Memory in Display Applications. This demo demonstrates the HyperRAM throughput and density-fit in HMI applications in a low pin count compared to traditional SDR or parallel Async interface PSRAM solutions.
This is home automation where RGB LED (light, intensity), FAN speed, Temperature are remotely controlled/monitored by the HMI unit.
HMI unit uses a TFT display of size 480x272, 16-bit RGB pixel. This corresponds to 2Mbit per frame. Since display is SRAM intensive, internal SRAM is not sufficient in mid range controllers. The external HyperRAM memory is used for display buffer due to low pin count and high throughput.
Demo uses double buffering scheme where one frame is used to update anew display content while the other frame is directly driving the display content. Both frames are stored in HyperRAM. With high throughput of the HyperRAM demo, theoretically it can achieve up to 150fps.
For more details on HyperRAM Memory, click here.