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SRIO C6678 and Altera Stratix IV FPGA
We are starting development of an application that will need to communicate with an Altera Stratix 4 FPGA. It appears that there have been a lot of work done getting the C6678 to communicate with FPGAs. I was wondering if anyone has used SRIO to communicate with the Stratix 4 FPGA. If there is please post any relevant information here. If not I will use this thread to post any discoveries and or pitfalls an of course ask for TI support.
Are there any particular concerns with Altera Stratix IV FPGA's and SRIO? SRIO implementation on FPGA has been ongoing since close to the beginning of SRIO itself. Altera and other FPGA vendors supporting high speed SerDes have had very good success in implementing SRIO on those FPGAs.
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Currently, we would like to get a loop-back program running on the TI C6678 DSP that would receive data via the SRIO and transmit it back out to the same device that the data was received from. I have downloaded, compiled and run the examples in the PDK, but there seems to be a lot there. Is there a more simplified example out there for setting up SRIO on the C6678.
There are not any more simplified examples available for SRIO.
Hi, We are using TI processors for the past 6 years ,
used c6424 successfully in field.
Now we are into multicore DSP application.
I'm basically a Hardware guy working on FPGA's,
We are also facing issues in sRIO based design
can anyone help us out genuinely .
It was a good idea to open a new thread with your question. Let's have the discussion continue there. I have included the link to your other post below for reference.
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