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you have to write interface/controller code for it in the FPGA. Beyond that I don't know anything about using those kinds of modules. Mostly those types of modules are controlled by a micorprocessor with driver code for the module. The FPGA usually is only the physical interface to the module. Perhaps you can build a Microblaze system.