How do I compile FPGA LabVIEW?

How do I compile FPGA LabVIEW?

Configure LabVIEW to Compile an FPGA VI Remotely

  1. Launch LabVIEW.
  2. Select Tools»FPGA Module Options to display the FPGA Module Options dialog box.
  3. Select Connect to a compile server in the Compile Server section.
  4. Enter the name or IP address of the computer running the compile server in the Host name text box.

What is NI FPGA?

LabVIEW FPGA is a software add-on for LabVIEW that you can use to more efficiently and effectively design FPGA-based systems through a highly integrated development environment, IP libraries, a high-fidelity simulator, and debugging features.

What is LabVIEW FPGA module?

LabVIEW FPGA is a software add-on for LabVIEW that you can use to more efficiently and effectively design FPGA-based systems through a highly integrated development environment, IP libraries, a high-fidelity simulator, and debugging features. …

How do I create a bit file in LabVIEW?

Compiling the Custom FPGA VI into a Bitfile Display the Project Explorer window. Right-click the FPGA VI in the tree and select Compile from the shortcut menu to compile the FPGA VI. LabVIEW then creates a bitfile for this VI. Copy the resulting bitfile to the labview\vi.

How do I compile FPGA VI LabVIEW?

Compiling, Downloading, and Running an FPGA VI

  1. Click the Run button on the front panel or block diagram.
  2. Right-click the FPGA VI in the Project Explorer window and select Create Build Specification from the shortcut menu.
  3. Right-click the generated build specification and select Build to Compile the FPGA VI.

How do I compile in LabVIEW?

LabVIEW 2018 Help

  1. Select Tools»Advanced»Mass Compile to display the Mass Compile dialog box.
  2. Navigate to the directory of VIs or LLB you want to compile.
  3. (Optional) Place a checkmark in the Log Results checkbox and select the desired location to store a log of the mass compile operation.

How do you simulate FPGA in LabVIEW?

Procedure

  1. Open an existing LabVIEW project that contains an FPGA target; see Create a new FPGA project.
  2. Right-click the “FPGA Target”, choose “Select Execution Mode”, and then “Simulation (Simulated I/O)”; confirm that the word “Simulation” appears in the FPGA Target label.
  3. Run the VI as you normally would.

What is NI Vision Development Module?

Vision Development Module (VDM) is designed to help you develop machine vision applications using LabVIEW or C/C++ and deploy those applications to Windows or NI Linux Real-Time hardware.

What is Bitfile in FPGA?

The bitfile contains all the configuration information from the block diagram defining the internal logic and digital circuit of the FPGA and device-specific information from other files associated with the FPGA target.

Does LabVIEW compile?

LabVIEW is a compiled language, which can be surprising because during typical G development, there is no explicit compile step. Instead, you make a change to your VI and simply press the Run button to execute it.