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HDMI IP Design Example -> i2cslave_to_avlmm_bridge.v -> waveforms

amildm
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Hi All,

 

In the HDMI Intel® Arria 10 FPGA IP Design Example,  there is a module named i2cslave_to_avlmm_bridge.v .

 

Is this IP? Where can I see its documentation?

 

Where can I see waveforms related to the module?

 
Thank you!
 

 

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ZulsyafiqH_Intel
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Hi amildm,


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ZulsyafiqH_Intel
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Hi amildm,

 

Thank you for your patience.

The mentioned file, i2cslave_to_avlmm_bridge.v, is part of file generated for HDMI design example to work.

You may locate the file in the HDMI example design folder, provided you enable the "include i2c Master/slave" option in platform designer.

(Directory: hdmi_0_example_design\rtl\hdmi_rx\hdmi_rx\altera_hdmi_1961\synth\hdmi_rx)

 

As for documentation, you may refer to Intel Embedded Peripherals IP User Guide, Chapter 15 & 16 for more information.

(Link: Intel Embedded Peripherals IP User Guide )

 

Hope this helps!

Thank you.

 

Best Regards,

ZulsyafiqH_Intel

ZulsyafiqH_Intel
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Hi amildm,


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Thank you.

Best Regards,

ZulsyafiqH_Intel


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