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How to change no-os driver settings on the fly?

Question asked by -2dbc on Dec 15, 2015
Latest reply on Dec 16, 2015 by -2dbc

Hi,

 

I'm using ad6676 no-os driver. I made some modifications on your osc application and I'm using it with no-os driver and I'm getting data via ethernet.(I made some changings on your hdl design also)

I need to change driver settings on the fly. For example, I need to change decimation, external/internal clock, bw, intermediate frequency ...

I can do it via Xilinx sdk or terminal with this lines of codes:

source /opt/Xilinx/SDK/2014.4/settings64.sh

xmd

after 2000

connect mb mdm

after 2000

dow /home/linux64/workspace/My_Workspace/sw/Debug/sw.elf

after 2000

run

after 2000

disconnect 0

 

It works but It takes long time.

My questions are:

1. Is there any faster way to do this?

2. By using this way, I could not feed command line parameter to elf file and I need to have pre-compiled elf files for all of my driver combinations(decimation=16 & bw=75 & center freq=450, decimation=16 & bw=160 & center freq=450)

 

Best Regards

 

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