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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

New Contributor II

so, I have a schematic design that I want to turn to verilog, and interface the verilog to the microcontroller.  right now, the MCU is not involved, it's just a simple sequential logic design.  I found the verilog file that gets created upon "build" and pasted it into a newly created source in the design.  however, I don't think the design is working now.   I also want to expand it to communicate with the microcontroller, and I have no idea how to do that. 

   

 

   

does anyone have a simple example of this?

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New Contributor II

I thought I had added the verilog to the project, but I get an error saying that I cannot add the folder, file or other item to the project.

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Honored Contributor II
        Attach entire project: File->Create workspace bundle->Minimal   
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New Contributor II

I can't post.  the current design is considered proprietary by my company.  maybe we could go through it with an example project?

   

 

   

I'm reading through the component author guide.  do you think turning my verilog into a component is a good way to incorporate it into a microcontroller design?

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Honored Contributor II
        Make some demo project exemplifying the problem and post it for review. For example of medium complexity verilog component take a look on this community component http://www.cypress.com/forum/psoc-community-components/dds24-24-bit-dds-arbitrary-frequency-generato...   
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New Contributor II

I might be able to take an exemplar project (like you posted) and use that as a starting point for my design.  does that example, or another that you know of, implement a verilog design with interface to the microcontroller?

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Honored Contributor II

Pure Verilog can communicate with PSoC CPU only through control/status registers.

   

This thread lists pretty much all of PSoC Verilog resources available

   

http://www.cypress.com/forum/psoc-5-device-programming/psoc-verilog-how-big-design-can-one-make#comm...

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