On Wed, 15 Jul 2009 10:43:28 -0400, "MM" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>"PrAsHaNtH@IIT" <email@example.com> wrote
>> 2. I am doing image processing on FPGA. I have to write a bitmap file
>> from FPGA output. How can it be done??
>Carefully open up your FPGA. Take a picture of what's inside with a digital
>camera. Connect the camera with a USB cable to your PC. Copy the picture
>file to your PC. Convert it to bitmap. Job done.
That's just a little unfair, isn't it? But, Prashanth, you
have rather brought that on yourself by being so vague.
Do you want to create a bitmap file from your simulation
results, so that you can visualize the results of an
image processing operation in simulation? Or do you
hope to get the FPGA to write a bitmap file somehow?
If the latter, how do you intend to get the data out
of the FPGA and into a PC where the file can be stored -
USB? serial? ethernet? Your description is far too
"high level" to be useful - it sounds as though you're
some kind of manager :-)
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