Vivado High-Level-Synthese for Hardware Designers - LIVE ONLINEPLC2 ONLINE
The productivity of FPGA development can be significantly improved with the integral Vivado HLS and should be known to VHDL as well as Verilog developers, since the development effort for many modules can be reduced. The web seminar is aimed at hardware developers who have not yet worked with the Vivado-HLS to show you how to use the tool and what type of modules are suitable for C / C ++ synthesis and thus as an alternative to HDL coding.
The theoretical content is supplemented by exercises carried out by the participant.
Duration: 3 mornings of 4 hours each
Times: 9.00 a.m. - 11.00 a.m. Lecture part 1
11.00 a.m. - 11.15 a.m. 15 minute break
11.15 a.m. - 1.15 p.m. Lecture part 2
Exercises: self paced by the participants. Estimated time for completion appr. 2-3 hours. At the end of a lecture, the exercises to be performed by participants are discussed. The results / sample solutions are presented by the trainer the next day.
After registration: the participant receives the presentation documents in electronic form (PDF) as well as the workbook for the exercises, the login data and a list of
requirements to be done in advanced.
- Understanding the concept and methodology of Vivado HLS
- Describe the Vivado HLS Design flow
- Identify the steps to extract RTL from C
- Describe the architecture optimization and analyze methods
- Describe the integration of HLS modules in the Vivado project
- Basics of the Vivado HLS Tool
- Performance and Utilization Exploration
- Directive usage for optimization
- The HLS UltraFast design methodology
- Interfacing HLS modules with HDL modules
- C/C++-Coding and provided DSP Libraries
Lab1: Introduction to the Vivado HLS Tool Flow
Lab2: Block-Level IO Protocols
Lab3: Port-Level IO Protocols
Lab4: Pipeline for Performance PIPELINE
Lab5: Pipeline for Performance DATAFLOW
Lab6: Optimizing Structures for Performance
Lab7: Improving Area and Resource Utilization
Lab8: Hlx Flow – System Integration
Xilinx FPGAs, Zynq SoCs, Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and RFSoC, Versal
Grundkenntnisse der digitalen Signalverarbeitung
Grundlegende Kenntnisse der Programmiersprache C/C++
Grundkenntnisse der XILINX FPGA-Entwicklung