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How to load an Image in RAM of Intel Max 10 FPGA

mamuneeb332
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Hi,
I had used the IP Catalogue in Quartus Prime Lite (22.1) to instantiate a 1-port RAM. Now, i would like to store an Image into it, as far as i know there is only two types of input we can give that is .mif file or .hex file. I am not able to create the Intel Format Hexadecimal File to load in the RAM. Can anyone please help me, how can i convert my image into Intel Format Hexadecimal File that can be loaded. Or is there any alternate solution ?

Thank You.

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sstrell
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When you say you are not able to create the file, what do you mean?  In Quartus, just select File menu -> New and select to create either a .mif or .hex.  Fill in the table with the RAM contents you want, save the file, then point the parameter editor for the RAM to the file you created.

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Ash_R_Intel
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Hi,

What do you mean by 'load an image' ? Image of what ?

As mentioned by sstrell, Quartus gives you option to create a new .mif or .hex file. Did you try it?


Regards


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Ash_R_Intel
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