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I don't think you're going to find an easy way to transfer this automagically to FPGA. You're going to have to break it down into developing your own nth order derivative and integral functions. Are you using compact RIO? If you don't need a crazy fast loop rate, you should be able to simulate your FPGA code as HIL running in RT which would make the development a little faster.

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On 3/29/2024 at 12:50 AM, infinitenothing said:

I don't think you're going to find an easy way to transfer this automagically to FPGA. You're going to have to break it down into developing your own nth order derivative and integral functions. Are you using compact RIO? If you don't need a crazy fast loop rate, you should be able to simulate your FPGA code as HIL running in RT which would make the development a little faster.

Thank you very much for your reply! I'm using a compact RIO.I have to implement this control algorithm on the FPGA side. May I ask how this is realized as you said( break it down into developing your own nth order derivative and integral functions) Can you give me a simple example?  thanks.😃

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On 3/29/2024 at 12:50 AM, infinitenothing said:

I don't think you're going to find an easy way to transfer this automagically to FPGA. You're going to have to break it down into developing your own nth order derivative and integral functions. Are you using compact RIO? If you don't need a crazy fast loop rate, you should be able to simulate your FPGA code as HIL running in RT which would make the development a little faster.

Can I use this module directly? Is it possible to implement a control algorithm by discretising all the transfer functions in the graph and representing them with this module?

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