is it possible to simulate an FPGA in simulink?

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SimTec
SimTec on 22 Jun 2018
Answered: Kiran Kintali on 24 Jun 2018
hello, is it possible to simulate an FPGA as a block then writing the VHDL code within it and connect it to the dc-dc converter via ADC and DAC?
best regards,
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Matt Dickson
Matt Dickson on 22 Jun 2018
While it doesn't come with all licenses, it sounds like you want the HDL Coder blockset. It has a collection of Simulink blocks that can generate HDL from your model.

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Kiran Kintali
Kiran Kintali on 24 Jun 2018
You can use Simulink blocks to model and simulate your algorithm and use HDLCoder to generate VHDL/Verilog from the model. You can simulate the generated code in a HDL simulator (such as questasim, incisive or vcs) and deploy the generated code on an FPGA board after synthesizing the generated code to a bitstream (using tools such as vivado, quartus prime).
https://www.mathworks.com/products/hdl-coder.html

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