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ADC program in Quartus II software

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Can anyone please hep me out with ADC program in Block Diagram in Quartus II software. Also I am facing difficulty in converting VHDL code to Schematic. Any suggestions will be great help to me.

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Not sure waht you mean with "adc program". Building an ADC requires specific analog hardware external to the FPGA. Or are you dealing with a MAX10 device which exposes a built-in FPGA?

Regarding schematic entry, Quartus doesn't offer an option to convert HDL to schematics, except for the RTL netlist viewer which gives a kind of schematic representation of your logic circuit. But schematic entry has to be drawn manually.

Most users of programmable logic proceed from schematic to HDL entry after a few projects, you'll need HDL anyway to describe blocks of complex logic that can't be well described by schematics.
 

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Quartus only allows you to create a block for a given peice of RTL code - ie. you can place the block into another schematic file. You cannot convert the VHDL itself to schematics.
 

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