07-12-2010 05:15 PM
In the IP core generator, I didn't find peripherals like, SPI, I2C, UART.
Does Xilinx offer these Cores? Are they free or not? Are they open source? Where can I find them.
If I can not afford them, where can I find free version? Open source should be better.
07-26-2010 12:32 AM
For SPI, IIC and UART, we provide IP Core in SDK.
If you want to use it in Pure Logic, I think this is easy and you also can find in our Demo Board reference design files.
05-21-2012 10:45 AM
How can i generate ip core for UART in CORE Generator, if i don't want to use EDK, XPS or SDK etc etc???
I believe you do not need to use EDK/SDK/XPS to use one of the Xilinx LogiCore UART cores, but you do need to have a paid license for EDK.
In any case, you should have an understanding of how asynchronous serial communications work, in general.
There is good information found online in Wikipedia and at fpga4fun.com.
-- Bob Elkind