Using the Stereo Audio Codec on the XST-3.0 Board
USING THE STEREO AUDIO CODEC ON THE XST-3.0 BOARD
This is a simple design example that digitizes a stereo audio input and then converts it back into an audio output (i.e., a simple audio loopback).
This file contains some definitions and functions used in the rest of the VHDL code.
This is the VHDL file that describes an interface to the stereo audio codec and then uses this interface to digitize a stereo input waveform and then convert it back into an analog output. You can get a more detailed description of the codec interface at
These are the constraints which assign the I/O signals of the stereo codec interface to the appropriate pins of the FPGA on the XSA-3S1000 + XST-3.0 combination.
This is a compiled bitstream for the design that can be downloaded into the XSA-3S1000 + XST-3.0 combination.
This is an alternate set of pin assignments to be used if the design is recompiled for an XSA-200 + XST-3.0 combination.
Open this project file with WebPACK if you need to recompile the design.
USING THE DESIGN EXAMPLE
- Step 1:
Set jumper J9 on the XSA-3S1000 Board to XS.
- Step 2:
Download the default parallel port interface into the XSA-3S1000 (
) if it is not already present. (Running GXSTEST will do this automatically.)
- Step 3:
Connect a stereo cable from the line-out of a PC audio card to the J1 (IN) jack of the XST-3.0 Board. Connect stereo headphones to the J2 (OUT) jack. On the XST-3.0 Board near the audio jacks, make sure the shunts are removed from jumpers JP2 and JP3 and placed on jumpers JP4 and JP5.
- Step 5:
Use Windows Media Player to play a .wav file from the \WINDOWS\Media folder. The sound should be output through the headphones. Hold down pushbutton PB1 on the XST-3.0 Board to keep the circuit in the FPGA in its reset state. No sound should come from the headphones while the circuit is in the reset state.
This example design was developed using the following version of software:
Xilinx WebPACK : 6.3.03i
You can download the source files for this example design from the XESS website at /projects/xst3_audio.zip .
Dave Vanden Bout, X Engineering Software Systems Corp.
Send bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2006 by X Engineering Software Systems Corporation.
This application can be freely distributed and modified as long as you do not remove the attributions to the author or his employer.
01/29/2006 - Initial release.