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Hello,

 

Does LabVIEW FPGA generate VHDL that is IEEE1076 compliant?

 

Thank you

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Hello, Thank you but unfortunately this is a different tool for generating IPs and incorporating them into FPGA. I am talking about the NI91XX family devices and their LabVIEW/Xilinx ISE programming environment.

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VHDL is generated but it is encrypted.

 

Is there more context to your request that you can share?


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Yes the VHDL is encrypted but I hear it is possible to obtain a method to decrypt it with an NDA with NI. There is a requirement in one standard IEC62566 that the VHDL should be compliant with IEEE1076. The question is whether someone knows if once decrypted, the VHDL is compliant.

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@TooManyIDEs wrote:

Yes the VHDL is encrypted but I hear it is possible to obtain a method to decrypt it with an NDA with NI. There is a requirement in one standard IEC62566 that the VHDL should be compliant with IEEE1076. The question is whether someone knows if once decrypted, the VHDL is compliant.



https://www.ni.com/en-us/shop/software/products/labview-fpga-ip-export-utility.html

 

The above is a tool which you can buy or evaluate that does that.


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