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  1. Yes, you are right, I did not pay attention to the number of GPIO. I've talked to some people about this, and I think that we can do the communication between the FPGA and Matlab/Simulink without a problem. Can you be a little more specific about this? I have no idea and that is exactly what we don't want to do. It is more like a worst case, I don't think we are getting there. Maybe we can handle the project with only 2 ADC. Do you mind to explain me what is the issue with Matlab? There is one more thing that I haven't talked about, which is the model we ar
  2. I'm a newbie here and I’m working on a inverter test bench project where I have two three-phase inverters connected through an inductive load. The idea is to emulate in real time the behave of an electrical machine. To be clearer, the first inverter is going to be tested (Device Under Test) and the second one plus the inductive load must behave like an electrical machine. To do so, we are going to use a FPGA board, which must have the following specifications: - Capable to drive both inverters switching at 50kHz (each inverter has 6 MOSFETs switching at this frequency) - 20 digital I