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Different external memories on same bus

KS019
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Hi,

In the existing design, I have SRAM, SDRAM, NVRAM, EEPROM on a same parallel bus which is managed by a Microprocessor. But know I want to migrate to ARRIA10 FPGA with Nios II processor. With SRAM and SDRAM IPs available in quartus tool, I get two different buses for two memories. I need to get a single bus to control all the memories present in my existing design. 

Can anyone suggest how can  do this.

 

Regards,

Kumar

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hareesh
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Hi,

Could pls share your existing design screenshot or .qsys file?


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hareesh
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Hi,

Any update ?


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hareesh
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hareesh
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Hi,

can you pls share existing platform design ?


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hareesh
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which ip's are using for SRAM and SDRAM interfacing?

pls respond


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hareesh
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Hi,


in bellow page you can find out all details of external memory ip support details


https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/support-resources/support-centers/emif-support.html#introtext_1660180280


Thanks,


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hareesh
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i think you got solution and sine long you are not responding.


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