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how to use ip core and design core?

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zhoury

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I have two question :
1.Have anybody experience in designing asic using ip core . And what kind of core do yur use.?
2.I want to summerize our previous design work .And i want to make some ip core for next usage.For example fifo and control unit.
Which tool do i need?
Any comment will be appreciated.
 

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If you using X1|1nx Coregen, there is a
IP capture guide and tool to package
parameterized IP. Otherwise, looking
for design reuse guide for general guidline.
 

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Hi yechen,

1)If your design includes popular components like PCI, DMA, DSP, RISC etc. you better buy them. There are many availabe cores you can choose from, and they are tested by suckers who bought these cores before you did! Using IP cores will dramatically reduce your verification effort (and design of course).
You can ask your ASIC vendor to recommend some cores.
2) You don't need any special tools. Just make sure that your documentation is clear, cores are vendor-independent and parametrizable (recommended).

regards,
Buzkiller.
 

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