8/16/32 bit Configurable SDRAM Controller

8/16/32 bit Configurable SDRAM Controller

Details

Category: Memory Core

Created: January 03, 2012

Updated: January 27, 2020

Language: Verilog

Other project properties

Development Status: Stable

Additional info: Design done, Specification done

WishBone compliant: Yes

WishBone version: n/a

License: GPL

Description

Feature:
• 8/16/32 Configurable SDRAM data width
• Wish Bone compatible
• Application clock and SDRAM clock can be async
• Programmable column address
• Support for industry-standard SDRAM devices and modules
• Supports all standard SDRAM functions
• Fully Synchronous; All signals registered on positive edge of system clock
• One chip-select signals
• Support SDRAM with four bank
• Programmable CAS latency
• Data mask signals for partial write operations
• Bank management architecture, which minimizes latency
• Automatic controlled refresh
• Static synchronous design
• Fully synthesizable

This project is used IITM shakti project and you can see the same source code at

https://gitlab.com/shaktiproject/uncore/devices/tree/master/sdramcontroller

Functional Block Diagram

Functional Block Diagram

FPGA bench Mark

Actel FPGA Bench Mark

Status

Stable RTL ver 0.1 is available

Frequently Asked Question

1. Design and implementation language used in the IP
Design implementation is done Verilog and System verilog language

2. What are the SDRAM Bus width are supported by the IP?
This IP Supports 8/16/32 Bit interface

3. What are the Application Bus width are supported by the IP?
This IP Supports only 32 bit Application Bus width

4. Can Application clock and SDRAM clock be Asynchronous to each other?
Yes, IP support both Synchronous and Asynchronous Application clock and SDRAM clock

5.Is the application layer is compatible to wish-bone standard?.
Yes, Application Layer is wishbone compatible.

6.Is SDRAM cores is also available with custom interface?
Yes. SDRAM core is separately available with automated test-bench.

7.Test bench scripts are compatible to which tool?
Verification scripts are compatible to model simulator