Install Speedgoat FPGA modules in the target computer system and use them for specialized reconfigurable I/O in your real-time application.
FPGA I/O modules include their own local I/O, including digital and analog input and output channels. For more information about FPGA modules, see Speedgoat FPGA Support with HDL Workflow Advisor.
Select one or multiple FPGA I/O modules by using HDL Coder HDL Workflow Advisor. You then identify subsystems of your Simulink® model to delegate to HDL code generation during the model build. In this way, you create real-time applications that run on the target computer system CPU and on the FPGA I/O modules.
Implementing Simulink algorithms on FPGAs.
Prepare the FPGA subsystem for HDL code generation and FPGA synthesis.
Schedule the real-time application by using an interrupt on the FPGA.
Learn about the differences among free running, blocking coprocessor, and delayed coprocessor modes.