Changing Coefficients During Runtime - 2023.2 English

Vitis Tutorials: AI Engine (XD100)

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We set first_set to false in aie_iir_1b.jl as follows to generate another set of coefficients for an LPF with a passband of 20 MHz.

first_set = false;	# true: 1st set; false: 2nd set

The frequency response with a 20MHz passband is as follows:

Fig. 3

Move the generated *.h (coefficient files) to src and impresponse_b.dat to data.

We use two_freqs.jl to generate an input signal (two_freqs.dat) with two frequencies (f1 = 2 MHz, f2 = 18 MHz) to test the functionality of coefficient switching. The time and frequency domain plots of the signal are as follows:

Fig. 4

Move the generated two_freqs.dat to data.

In the testbench (tb.cpp), we uncomment #define RTP_SWITCH to include the second set of coefficients.

Note: A wait() statement is required to allow the specified number of iterations to complete before loading the new set of coefficients.

The output of the AI Engines is as follows (use check2.jl):