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sysgen CIC variable rate input is a signed fixed point input

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I implemented the CIC compiler 2.0 core in system generator in simulink with the option for a variable rate input.
I set the min rate to be 4 and max rate to be 32 with start up rate of 32.
When I checked the type for the input "rate" of the cic core implementation, it showed that it's a signed fixed point with word length 6, fractional length 0.

 

Is it just me or is that weird for a rate input to be signed?



In simulation I had to input -32 as a rate to get the core to decimate by 32 samples although the core did produce a rdy high every 32 samples in this case

After synthesizing and implementing the design, for any rate requested, the core seems to provide half the rate needed and I can't figure out for the life of me what I am doing wrong.

 

If anybody ran into this and can provide some insight I would highly appreciate it.

Thanks,

Amish

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Re: sysgen CIC variable rate input is a signed fixed point input

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Although the fixed point "rate" input was puzzling, the output of the cic is correct. The issue was the clock going to it was not workign right.

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Re: sysgen CIC variable rate input is a signed fixed point input

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Although the fixed point "rate" input was puzzling, the output of the cic is correct. The issue was the clock going to it was not workign right.

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