How to Design a High-Speed Memory Interface

How to Design a High-Speed Memory Interface

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Course Highlights

This two-days course teaches hardware designers who are new to high-speed memory I/O to design a memory interface in Xilinx FPGAs. It introduces designers to the basic concepts of high-speed memory I/O design, implementation, and debugging using 7 series FPGAs. 

Additionally, students will learn about the tools available for high-speed memory interface design, debug, and implementation of high-speed memory interfaces.

The major memory types covered are DDR2 and DDR3. The following memory types are covered on demand: RLDRAMII, LPDDR2, and QDRII+. Labs are available for DDR3 on the Kintex®-7 FPGA KC705 board.

Who Should Attend

FPGA designers and logic designers

Course Prerequisites

  • VHDL or Verilog experience or Designing with VHDL or Designing with Verilog course

  • Familiarity with logic design: state machines and synchronous design

Very helpful to have:  

        – Basic knowledge of FPGA architecture 

        – Familiarity with Xilinx implementation tools 

       – Familiarity with I/O basics 

       – Familiarity with high-speed I/O standard

Course Benefits

After completing this training, you will know how to:

  • Identify the FPGA resources required for memory interfaces

  • Describe different types of memories

  • Utilize Xilinx tools to generate memory interface designs 

  • Simulate memory interfaces with the Xilinx ISim simulator

  • Implement memory interfaces

  • Identify the board design options for the realization of memory interfaces

  • Test and debug your memory interface design

  • Run basic memory interface signal integrity simulations

For more detail on this course, kindly click here.

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