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  2. Here you can find a tutorial for nexys4 and microblaze. It is in spanish, but you can enable english subtitles.
  3. Hi @thoriam In case you are supplying the amplifier with +/- voltages you can connect one of the inputs to GND. In case you are supplying it with + and GND, you can drive one input with a DC voltage using Wavegen Channel 2. The Network Analyzer controls Wavegen Channel 1 to generate stimulus signal and you can specify offset.
  4. I flashed using the elf bootloader with unchecking the convert option,But it is not loading elf.
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  6. JColvin


    Hi @Ely4, I believe you can use some sort of list command such as some of the ones listed in the RN4871 User Guide, though I will look into this some more. Thanks, JColvin
  7. Hey everyone! I’m curious about what experiences everyone has here using Vivado HLS with a Zynq-based board. Would you share yours? We’re doing this for our company, researching whether to come up with a new, programmer-focused HLS tool for Zynq owners. Driven more like out of curiosity than a particular business case. If you’d like to be kept in the loop add “yes PM” as a message and I’ll get in touch with you via a private message.
  8. @JColvin I wasn't able to use the Add Design Tools or Devices function due to administrator controlled system, but I was able to reinstall from scratch and fixed the issue. Thanks @JColvin and @Bianca!
  9. Hi guys I need to test my amplifier with Network Analyzer in Wavefoms. But my amplifier has differential inputs and third ground pin. How can I test it using Analog Discovery 2?
  10. Hi @emma9513, If that is the case, I would suspect that during the original installation of Vivado that the Zynq chips were not added in. You can add them in by going to the Help tab in Vivado and then selecting "Add Design Tools or Devices". You'll then be asked to log in to your Xilinx account, whereupon afterwards you'll be able to select the Zynq-7000 chips under SoCs in the Devices category. After adding those in and restarting Vivado, you should be able to see those chips and the Cora show up in the board selection screen. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, JColvin
  11. None of the boards you listed are shown in the list, even by search. Zynq-7000 is not an option for part family.
  12. Hi @sgrobler and @benl, I was informed today that a conversion process of converting a dlog file into csv is now tested and working for OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ and is documented here: If you have any questions on this, I will try to answer them, but may end up deferring to @AndrewHolzer for the technical side of things. Thanks, JColvin
  13. Also, you added a picture from the default part. It's difficult to find something just by scrolling, so I suggest to find the ZYNQ like this:
  14. It's just the Cora or Other Zynq boards? I'm trying to figure out if it's something from Vivado installation since you said it won't recognize the ZYNQ part. Can you select ZedBoard or Zybo, Zybo Z7, Arty Z7? Are they visible in Vivado?
  15. It still isn't showing up. I should also note that I am using the new board files from the repository, not the old board files. It said if you are using 15.x or above to use new. I a using 2019.1
  16. Please try to put the Cora in board_parts instead of board_files and reopen Vivado. See if it gets recognized. Bianca
  17. Hi, JColvin Thank you very much for your answer. Actually what I need to do is to use some kind of software(Ethernet) driven interrupt. I cannot have a digital input interrupt to the ZYNQ processor. It all needs to be done over the ethernet connection to the computer. Any idea ? Thanks Antonio
  18. Hi Emma, Can you send me a screenshot to see how it looks like when you try to select the the board or the FPGA? Thanks, Bianca
  19. Hi @Serdar I don't know when will such feature be added for Digital Discovery. You could use a micro-controller or FPGA development board for such purpose:
  20. Exactly. You should be able to program the flash using the same method, just without having the convert to SREC box checked.
  21. I am fairly new to the Vivado and Digilent world, but I've worked with FPGAs before. I have a cora z7-07s board. I have followed the tutorials for downloading and installing the board files. I've read back through it multiple times. Here is the directly where I am placing the board files: C:\Xilinx\Vivado\2019.1\data\boards\board_files The cora-z7-07s folder is showing inside of the board_files folder. I then restart/boot vivado 2019.1, create a project. When the dialog box for the board selection appears, I cannot find the cora z7-07s board, or even the Zynq XC7Z007S-1CLG400C chip that the board uses. I cannot figure out why it is not finding the board.
  22. Hi! Is there any chance that support for ADALM2000 would be added in WaveForms? As a subscription, maybe.
  23. You can find the information in the OLED controller datasheet here: I attached a picture with the ratings of the chip. Bianca
  24. Do you know what the current demand of the PMOD-OLED is with all-lit pixels and full brightness - from the 3.3 volt supply ? And thanks for your kind help.
  25. Hi @tjw, For Pmod OLED we have a 3D part in the resource center here: Regards, Bianca
  26. Would this be similar for the monochrome PMOD-OLED ?
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