How do I run the XtremeDSP Kit or XtremeDSP Kit-II JTAG Hardware in the Loop simulation?
Make sure that the XtremeDSP Kit or XtremeDSP Kit-II is properly set up.
This does not apply to the XtremeDSP Kit-II Pro or XtremeDSP Kit-IV. Please see the JTAG section of the XtremeDSP Kit-II Pro or XtremeDSP Kit-IV User Guide for more information on these platforms.
The JTAG Header for the XtremeDSP Kit is J13 (Flying Leads header).
The JTAG Header for the XtremeDSP Kit-II is J24 (Parallel-IV header).
1. Open the Fuse software.
Programs -> FUSE -> Software -> FUSE Probe
2. Open the Xtreme DSP Kit Card.
Card Control -> Open Card
3. The default Interface should be set to USB.
Press the Locate Cards button.
4. The FUSE software should detect the card and return the serial number.
Press the Open Cards button.
5. Once the card has opened, you should see a picture on the left, along with a product tree that lists the BenONE and BenADDA card.
6. Do NOT close the FUSE software; the card must be open in order for the JTAG chain to be completed.
This process should assure us that the card is working, and that we can proceed with the Hardware Co-Simulation.
System Generator for DSP Hardware in the Loop
1. Double-click the SysGen Token.
2. From the compilation drop-down, select:
XtremeDSP Development Kit -> JTAG
3. Click the Generate button to generate the Hardware In The Loop library symbol.
4. Drop the symbol into the design.
5. Double-click the XtremeDSP symbol.
6. Select the Clock mode from the drop-down menu.
USB simulation with the XtremeDSP Kit is supported only for Free Running Clock mode.
It is recommended that you use PCI or JTAG Hardware in the Loop.
7. Click the OK button.
8. Press the Play button in SimuLink to start the simulation.