Download HDL Verifier FPGA Board Support Packages

HDL Verifier Support Package for Intel FPGA Boards

The support package for Intel® FPGA boards contains the board definition files for FPGA-in-the-Loop (FIL) simulation, data capture, or MATLAB AXI master access, with HDL Verifier™ and supported Intel hardware. To use these features with supported Intel FPGA boards, first download the Intel FPGA board support package.

To install support packages:

  • On the MATLAB® Home tab, in the Environment section, click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages.

You can also download FPGA board support packages from within the FPGA-in-the-Loop Wizard or the FPGA Board Manager.

Install Support Package with Connection to Internet

From the FIL Wizard

  1. In the MATLAB command window, enter the following command:

    filWizard
  2. In the FIL Options pane, at Board Name, select Get more boards from the drop-down menu.

From the FPGA Board Manager

  1. In the MATLAB command window, enter the following command:

    fpgaBoardManager
  2. In the FPGA Board Manager dialog box, click Get More Boards.

Install Support Package Offline

To install the support packages without an Internet connection, first download the packages on a computer that does have an Internet connection.

  1. On the computer with the Internet connection, start MATLAB.

  2. On the MATLAB Home tab, in the Environment section, click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages.

  3. Select your desired support package, and use the Install button pull-down menu to select Download Only....

  4. Accept the license and select a folder for the download.

  5. Copy the entire downloaded folder, for example, the R2016b folder, to a shared network drive or removable media, such as a USB drive.

Then, on the computer where you want to install the support packages:

  1. Copy the downloaded folder to the host computer.

  2. To start the installer, run the install_supportsoftware.exe executable file.

  3. Follow the installer prompts to install the support package. If you do actually have an Internet connection, you are prompted to log in to your MathWorks® account.

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