To open the initial Generate HDL dialog box from Filter Designer, do the following:
at the MATLAB® command prompt. The Filter Designer displays its
initial dialog box.
If the filter design is quantized, skip to step 3. Otherwise, quantize the filter by clicking the Set Quantization Parameters button . The Filter arithmetic menu appears in the bottom half of the dialog box.
Note: Supported filter structures allow both fixed-point and floating-point (double) realizations.
If desired, adjust the setting of the Filter arithmetic option. The Filter Designer displays the first of three tabbed panes of its dialog box.
Select Targets > Generate HDL. The Filter Designer displays the Generate HDL dialog box.
If the coder does not support the structure of the current filter in the Filter Designer, an error message appears.
If you are not familiar with the Filter Builder GUI, see the DSP System Toolbox™ documentation.
To open the initial Generate HDL dialog box from Filter Builder, do the following:
At the MATLAB command prompt, type a
that corresponds to the filter response or filter object you want
The following figure shows the default settings of the main pane of the Filter Builder Lowpass Design dialog box.
Set the filter design parameters as required.
Optionally, select the check box Use a System object to implement filter.
Click the Data Types tab. Set Arithmetic to
point and select data types for internal calculations.
Click the Code Generation tab.
In the Code Generation pane, click the Generate HDL button. This button opens the Generate HDL dialog box, passing in the current filter object from Filter Builder.
Set the desired code generation and test bench options and generate code in the Generate HDL dialog box.
You can use the
fdhdltool command to open
the Generate HDL dialog box directly from the MATLAB command
line. The syntax is:
Hd is a type of filter object that
is supported for HDL code generation. If the filter is a System object™,
you must specify the input data type.
fdhdltool function is particularly useful
when you must use the Filter Design HDL Coder™ GUI to generate HDL
code for filter structures that are not supported by Filter Designer
or Filter Builder. For example, the following commands create a Farrow
fractional delay filter object
is passed in to the
farrowfilt = dsp.VariableFractionalDelay('InterpolationMethod','Farrow'); inputDataType = numerictype(1,18,17); fdDataType = numerictype(1,8,7); fdhdltool(farrowfilt,inputDataType,fdDataType);
fdhdltool operates on a copy of the filter
object, rather than the original object in the MATLAB workspace.
Changes made to the original filter object after invoking
not apply to the copy and do not update the Generate HDL dialog box.
The name of the copied filter object by default is
This is reflected in the filter Name field. Likewise,
the test bench file name is
is reflected in the File name field on the Test
Bench pane. Update these default values to user-defined
names if required.