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  1. Hi, I impelemnted a design composed of a softcore processor (RISC-V based), on a Nexys 4 DDR (Nexys A7) board. The software is stored in the DDR2 Memory. The software accesses the DDR2 memory through a controller interface. Now, I'd like to add an Audio IP that can fetch some audio samples, stored in a specific location (by the processor) in the DDR2 memory, and feed them to the audio output. However, since the interface is taken by the processor, is there a way to use that interface by the audio driver too? I read about something called the Ping Pong PHY, but apparently it is only
  2. Hi guys, happy new year!! I'm currently trying to write and read data from my DDR3 SDRAM block. Instead of using any IP core, I want to write and read data diractly using Verilog in Vivado. But unforunitely, I can't find the XDC configition in XDC file of my board. so I'm stucking at how t `timescale 1ns / 1ps //ram.v module ram( input clk_i, input rst_i, input wr_en_i, input rd_en_i, input [7:0] addr_i, inout [31:0] data_io ); reg [31:0] bram[255:0];
  3. Hey I have followed the tutorial and I have the memory unit not enumerate correctly. It's block by the same name appears as a 2 port block. tutorial from nexys-4-ddr-getting-started-with-microblaze-servers found at https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/nexys-4-ddr-getting-started-with-microblaze-servers/start I have the problem when I am adding the core "memory interface generator" in step 3.1 works and is per the figure, but the auto configuration of the block in step 4 doesn't appear to work because the figure in 4.2 looks different. I have started th