07-26-2017 05:56 AM
I am a college student attending department of electronic communication.In the subject of Digital System Design, I learned basic VHDL with Altera DE2 board Currently, we are using a board combining LMS7002 RF board and FPGA board from limemicro system in digital communication laboratory. First of all, it's a relatively old board. I do not have a site to refer to it, so it's a bit difficult. Have you used it? And then you go to the point, and your professor asked you to design DDS (Direct Digital Synthesis). Is there a DDS built in to quartus? In addition, I was supposed to use DDS IP and a fixed frequency. I am still vulnerable to the communication part ... (I am studying.) I would be grateful if you could provide us with any reference or guidelines for this area.
07-27-2017 09:49 AM
--- Quote Start --- Do you know what the FPGA on the board is? If it's not an Altera FPGA, you'll need to use the other companies' compiler. --- Quote End --- It is a STREAM board connected to Limemicro's LMS7002 RF board. It has its own GUI, which is a format to upload and play rbf files. But is it possible to compile in Quartus because it is an Altera board?
07-27-2017 11:07 AM
--- Quote Start --- STREAM board seems to use Cyclone iV, which isnt that old and is still supported in Quartus prime. So Im not quite sure what your problem is? --- Quote End --- The professor asked me to design DDS and then I / Q Calibration, but I'm an FPGA primer and it takes a lot of time to study the theory. So I hope to catch the guidelines.