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w3rt3
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MicroZed and Mathworks

Hi,
I have a general question concerning the MicroZed. At the moment I am using the Zedboard and Mathworks Workflow Advisor to program the Zynq. Is the Mathworks Software also compatible with the MicroZed?
Thanks in advance.

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mbrown
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Yes, Xilinx Zynq Support from

Yes, Xilinx Zynq Support from MATLAB and Simulink works on MicroZed. Although they do not have a plugin published for MicroZed, you can quickly create your own. See the link below:

Supported Zynq platforms -- https://www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/zynq.html

Make your own plugin -- https://www.mathworks.com/help/hdlcoder/examples/define-and-register-cus...

 

/Matt

 

 

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raunaq
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working?

Did that work for you using those instructions given in the MATLAB page? It would be great to have a default plugin published by Avnet.

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htkim40
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Creating a uZed plugin

Hi, is there an example where someone has anyone successfully created a microzed plugin for matlab? I can't seem to find much support for microzed. 

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htkim40
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dev notes

Go to https://github.com/mathworks/buildroot and clone the mathworks buildroot directory. Create a new catalog file based on the zedboard (microzed and zedboard have the same DTS apparently) inside buildroot/board/mathworks/zynq/boards called microzed. run the following command in a linux terminal: 
python build.py -b microzed -p zynq
This should build the kernel and output it into a directory inside buildroot/output/<boardname>_linux_xilinx/images . Look inside for <boardname>_sdcard_zynq7000ec_<date>.zip  . This contains all the stuff that shold go inside your sd card.