Wireless HDL Toolbox™ provides blocks that support HDL code generation. To generate HDL code from designs that use these blocks, you must have an HDL Coder license. HDL Coder also enables you to generate scripts and test benches for use with third-party HDL simulators.
If you have an HDL Verifier license, you can use the FPGA-in-the-loop (FIL) feature to prototype your HDL design on an FPGA board. The FIL blocks provide efficiency improvements for streaming data across the interface between Simulink® and the FPGA board. HDL Verifier also enables you to cosimulate a Simulink model with an HDL design running in a third-party simulator.
To design, prototype, and verify practical wireless communications systems on hardware, download hardware support packages such as Communications Toolbox™ Support Package for Xilinx® Zynq®-Based Radio.
Find supported blocks, and implement streaming interface in HDL.
Generate HDL code from Simulink subsystems.
Real-time design verification of communications systems with FPGAs.
This example shows how to generate a cosimulation model in HDL Coder and integrate the generated HDL code into an HDL Verifier™ workflow.
Prototype Wireless HDL Toolbox designs on Xilinx Zynq-based boards using hardware support packages.