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DSP programing by Verilog?

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DSP programming by Verilog?

Hi all,

A few years ago I have worked in one company and programed FPGA by Verilog.
Now I want to start study DPS programing for video and audio signal processing, but I don't know is it possible to do this with Verilog or not. If it possible can somebody suggest me Development Starter Kit for DPS programing. Thanks
 

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Re: DSP programming by Verilog?

Now I want to start study DPS programing for video and audio signal processing, but I don't know is it possible to do this with Verilog or not. If it possible can somebody suggest me Development Starter Kit for DPS programing. Thanks
It's absolutely possible, as a matter of fact, many of the video and audio processing units being designed today are FPGA based with the design code being written in either Verilog or VHDL.

Their a several very good dev boards to develop algorithms in that field:

Digilent sells Xilinx based dev boards:

Digilent FPGA/CPLD Boards

They offer academic discounts, excellent customer support and their products are well documented. Their boards also have the nice feature of PMOD daughter boards:

Digilent Pmod™ Peripheral Modules

And AVNET is another:

AVNET Development Kits

If you prefer Altera, Terasic is the main manufacture of Altera FPGA based dev boards:

Terasic Development Boards

And KNJN, llc. is another small manufacturer of Altera based boards:

KNJN - FPGA Development Boards

I have purchased FPGA development boards from all four sites, I prefer Digilent the best.

Both Xilinx and Altera development software have the ability to use Matlab to development DSP algorithms and later import them into your final implementation.

Hope the info gets you started in the right direction.
 
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