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12-20-2013
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(need help)3X3 Hardware Matrix Multiplier as QSYS custom component

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Currently I was trying to make a custom component(e.g.Hardware matrix multiplier) in qsys using Avalon MM interface. But I'm confused how to send two matrix into my component and to solve it and stuck on this problem for a long time. Can anyone please give me any tutorial so that I can get a solution. thanks a lot in advance.Link Copied

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hi,

actually i have designed a 16 bit register as qsys custom component, but for matrix im not getting the way how to give matrix A and matrix B as input. i have used avalon mm slave interface, with which i only can give one writedata input. here Im confused how to use this only input for my matrix calculation though my matrix need two inputs. please help me....
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