I want to use EMIFA in synchronous mode in my 6455DSK.I connect my DSP to FPGA .I had create a synchronous FIfo in FPGA and FIfo can work well.
I cnofigure the EMIFA in synchronous mode and I'm sure it is right. But it doesn't work and i can't read from the fifo and what I read is always 0xFFFFFFFF;
I had test the signal and it went the same as in the manual.
I don't know why .I don't know whether something must be noticed in the EMIFA or FIFO?
What are your thoughts and observations for debugging this? From what you have said, everything is right and it should work.
What are you available methods of debug? What have you tried?
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Thank you for your reply!
I have tested the timing of the signal in the EMIFA and it seems all right .
I have found a thread that the expert say we can't use synchronous mode in EMIFA to daughts card .but somebody in the group say that he can use the
Can you give me a project that can use synchronous mode in EMIFA to daughts card ?
I cannot discuss intelligently "a thread" or "somebody in the group". Please supply a link to the thread you found. I seem to recall something like that recently.
If somebody said he can use synchronous mode, then you should ask him for that project. I cannot supply such a project.
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