Speed and Area Optimization
Improvements through resource sharing, streaming, pipelining, RAM mapping
- Speed and Area Optimizations in HDL Coder
Learn about various speed and area optimizations and how to optimize your design.
- Specify the Clock Enable Rate
Configure clock enable to run at design base rate or input data rate.
- Minimize Clock Enables
Generate code for registers without clock enables.
- Constant Multiplier Optimization
What is Constant multiplier optimization and how to specify this optimization.
- Map Persistent Arrays and dsp.Delay to RAM
In the HDL Workflow Advisor, select MATLAB to HDL Workflow > Code Generation > Optimizations tab.
- Map Matrices to ROM
To map a matrix constant to ROM:If your MATLAB® code meets these requirements, HDL Coder™ inserts a no-reset register at the output of the matrix in the generated code.
- RAM Mapping for MATLAB Code
RAM mapping is an area optimization that maps storage and delay elements in your MATLAB code to RAM.
- RAM Mapping Comparison for MATLAB Code
dsp.Delay, persistent array variables, and user-defined System object™ private properties can map to RAM, but have different attributes.
- Pipelining MATLAB Code
Pipelining helps achieve a higher maximum clock rate by inserting registers at strategic points in the hardware to break the critical path.
- Pipeline MATLAB Expressions
Insert registers at output of MATLAB expression.
- Optimize MATLAB Loops
Optimize loops for area or speed.
- Distributed Pipelining
Distributed pipelining definition, benefits, and costs.