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Takeways: 1. Maximize the usage of the Xilinx Zynq 7000 resources 2. Understand the nuances and internal workings of the Xilinx Zynq 7000 3. Trade-off performance vs. energy consumption Complexity of systems implemented using FPGA's are exponentially growing in a rapid pace. As a result of it most of the common design issues that a designer come across with ASIC SoC are becoming relevant with FPGA as well. If we consider Xilinx Zynq 7000 Programmable SoC, there is considerable processing power on the compute side. A simple migration is insufficient to achieve the same performance as discrete chips and also achieving performance and implementation benefits of such a complex FPGA would be very less. Estimating or identification of system performance and crucial bottlenecks much before writing RTL not just reduces the development time but also increases the Quality of Results. During this event we will be talking about how performance analysis and architecture exploration of a Zynq 7000 based System in the early stage of system development ensures that the right FPGA platform is selected and achieves optimal partitioning of the application onto the fabric. To Register, Click here
Hi, I would like to use the MicroBlaze performance monitoring engine to collect some information on my application code running on the processor itself. I would need these information at application level. I have a problem to access these values. In order to do these things, I have created a project with MicroBlaze and extended debug function, with 5 event counters and 1 latency counter. Then I have inserted a MDM in my design and created an AXI4lite slave port to access from MicroBlaze itself. In this mode I should be able to access to internal performance monitoring engine by using DBG_CTRL and DBG_DATA registers indicated to page 12 of pg115 (MDM product guide), with values indicated on page 92 of MB reference guide (version 2015.04). Suppose I need to measure number of any valid executed instruction, I have written the code attached to this post. The problem happens when I perform the read from *dbg_data: the read action on this variable does not give any response. The register pointed by variable is R/W. Do you have any suggestion about this wrong behaviour? Thank you. code.c