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Hardware and Software Co-Design

Prototype algorithms on Zynq® device using HDL Coder™ and Embedded Coder®

After you design and validate a pixel-streaming video processing algorithm in Simulink®, you can target the design to the FPGA on the Zynq board, and generate embedded ARM® code that interacts with the FPGA. You can route the video data to the ARM processor, and control AXI-Lite registers connected to the FPGA control logic.

Blocks

Video Capture (software interface)Capture video to ARM processor on a Zynq-based video system

Classes

visionzynqConnect to Zynq hardware

Topics

Create Model Using Simulink Templates

Get started with a model configured for video processing

Zynq Video Dataflow

Video data path through the Zynq board

Target an FPGA on Zynq Hardware

FPGA targeting workflow using HDL Workflow Advisor

Target an ARM Processor on Zynq Hardware

Design and deploy algorithms to the ARM processor

Models Generated from FPGA Targeting

Run Simulink models that interact with the deployed algorithms running on the FPGA

Featured Examples