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dprasad019
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XPS BRAM controller is really designed to interface with BRAMs

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Is Xps_bram_controller able to connect to DRAM in ISE or we should need to use DRAM Block in EDK

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bassman59
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@dprasad019 wrote:

Sir,

I had tried to connect xps_bram_controller to DRAM in ISE as follows


Did you bother to read my previous response?

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bassman59
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@dprasad019 wrote:

Is Xps_bram_controller able to connect to DRAM in ISE or we should need to use DRAM Block in EDK


it's designed to connect with BRAMs inside the FPGA.

Why would you believe otherwise?

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dprasad019
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Sir,

I had tried to connect xps_bram_controller to DRAM in ISE as follows

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I am getting the error memory test failed,Can you please tell the reason, 

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bassman59
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@dprasad019 wrote:

Sir,

I had tried to connect xps_bram_controller to DRAM in ISE as follows


Did you bother to read my previous response?

----------------------------Yes, I do this for a living.

View solution in original post

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dprasad019
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I got it... Thank you sir,
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bassman59
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@dprasad019 wrote:
I got it... Thank you sir,

Got what?

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dprasad019
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I need to use bram block in the EDK, Is it correct..

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