Creating a C-Bridge Pin Interface Model

Seamless with C-Bridge allows the designer to model parts of the hardware in C. These models can communicate with the processor bus in an efficient transaction level manner. In some cases it is also necessary for that same hardware element to communicate to the rest of the design, or to the processor, at the pin level. In order to facilitate this, a C-Bridge model can have an associated Pin Interface Model (PIM). An application note is now available to guide the user through the process of adding a VHDL or Verilog pin interface to a C-Bridge model.

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