|Name||Accelerated FIR with Built-In Direct Memory Access Example|
|Description||This design example implements a FIR filter with built-in direct memory access on a Cyclone V E FPGA Development Kit. The finite impulse response (FIR) filter is a common algorithm used in digital signal processing (DSP) systems. In this example, a FIR filter has been integrated into a single Qsys component containing Avalon® Memory-Mapped (Avalon-MM) read and write masters. The read master is responsible for supplying the filter with input data (from the SSRAM in this example), while the write master is responsible for writing the filter response back to memory (the DDR3 SDRAM in this example). Since the filter has Avalon mastering capabilities, you do not need to use a separate direct memory access (DMA) engine to accomplish the filter operation.|
The purpose of this design example is to illustrate the accelerating effect of performing computationally complex operation in hardware instead of software. Furthermore, although this design performs filter operations, you can also reuse the accelerator for your own data transforms, as described in the documentation.
|Development Kit||Cyclone V E FPGA Development Kit|
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