7 Replies Latest reply on Sep 2, 2015 7:58 PM by scott.carlson

    accessing memory from verilog component

    scott.carlson

      Hi all,

         

      I've found a few threads on this but none of the ones I've seen lead me in any direction.

         

       

         

      Is it possible to access sram directly from a verilog component? if not is it possible to do it with the DMA?   If so could someone please provide some instructions so I can start looking into it?

         

       

         

      I'm interested in doing some calculations with the cpu and then taking that array and passing it to the verilog component.

         

      I know this can probably be done with an api, but is that the only way? I imagine this would be slow since it would be transferring the data rather than sharing its address, and I would be passing a large amount of data so I'm trying to make it with as little cpu overhead as possible.

         

       

         

      Thanks,

         

      scarlson