What is the best to do data acquisition in real time, is there a specific library? Input an analog signal, encode and store its reading, ensuring a constant time in the range of the samples. Thanks for the help.
maybe you need an oscilloscope? you must be more precise, you wont find a simple library like in software
Klakx wrote: > maybe you need an oscilloscope? you must be more precise, you wont find > a simple library like in software My work is similar to the oscilloscope, how do I scan the A / D signal and store it in fpga's memory? it's possible?
Which AD Converter do you use? Which type of interface? Parallel data and clock? It is quite simple, just store the data at a clock edge. Store them in block-RAM, in an FIFO, ...
Assuero S. wrote: > it's possible? Yes, indeed. First you must implement an interface to the DAC, then you must implement some kind of mass storage to memorize that values. Assuero S. wrote: > is there a specific library? Look for "soft cores" for that specific tasks. Expect prices about 10-50k each. If that is too much, then do it on your own. If you encounter problems then ask specific questions and supply necessary information (eg language, target device, toolchain... )