AJ_Horto

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  1. hi, @Bianca @jpeyron Using the physcial Pin and the pulldown semed worked. Thank You guys so much for your endearing patience with me!! I cant thank you enough!! AJ
  2. I am powering the Basys 3 via USB, and I have both jumpers set to USB for the shorting blocks. Attached are pictures of the setup with your bit file loaded onto it. The Seven Segment is dimly lit, I assume this to be the same problem from the thread that you recommended me to. I am not very concerned with that one. But as you can see, no inputs are going into the PMOD ports.
  3. I just downloaded the bit stream and the two LEDS are on even without any input on any of the ports. Is that what it was supposed to do?
  4. Hey @D@n, Sorry but I have already done so, the XDC and top level are posted above in this thread already. there are some differences, but read the text associated with each reply, and you will understand.
  5. hi, @D@n and @jpeyron, I seem to still be having the same problem. The pmod ports, whenever I use them, for any input, are always high, regardless of what I do. Like I said, I tied one of the ports as an input directly into another as an output and directly into an LED. Although the input port had no voltage(when measured by a MultiMeter), the output port had 3.3V and the LED was on. I have no idea why the PMOD ports aren't allowing inputs(or why the signal is being driven High). If there is any more help that I could receive, it would be much appreciated. Thank You for all of your help, AJ
  6. Hello @jpeyron, Yes, I plan on using a generator to initially test the program. When pulling down signals, does it tie it to a low output? I also tested something yesterday that has me very confused. I wanted to see V_out on the PMOD ports if they were actually being driven high. I tied one output port on the PMOD directly to an input from the PMOD. I wanted to see if the the input being seen as high would drive the other port to have 3.3V. And it did exactly that. It seems like I am not supposed to have input from teh PMOD ports? Am I not supposed to input logic into the PMOD Ports? Thank You, AJ
  7. Unfortunately, Still no. I'm rerunning an implementation for using the buttons to test. I could connect the pins to two of the *buttons* on the FPGA and run the pulses through those, but I'd prefer to use the headers. Thank You so much for your quick replies, AJ
  8. Okay, the two images attached are the top level for what I was using. The first image is what I had, and the second is what I changed it too after your last comment. It is running the implementation now.
  9. Attached is the xdc that I used. When I switched to the JA PMOD ports, all I did was comment out the btnl and btnr pins, and uncomment the JA[0] and JA[1] pins. It's not the same as the master xdc, but the other parts of the xdc have linked up just fine. Thank You so much for your help! AJ
  10. I recently created a System Verilog code to measure latency between two incoming pulses. I tested it with buttons on the board first and it worked. Now that I'm using the PMOD ports, however, it just keeps on reading that the pulses are always high, though nothing is connected to them. The only thing that I've changed is the XDC file. Why can't I use the PMOD Ports? Using a multi-meter, I have found that the two ports I use are around 30-50 mV each. When I changed the ports on the xdc file to use JB and JC PMOD, the ports that I connect to still read 30-50 mV. No other ports read this voltage.
  11. I recently created a System Verilog code to measure latency between two incoming pulses. I tested it with buttons on the board first and it worked. Now that I'm using the PMOD ports, however, it just keeps on reading that the pulses are always high, though nothing is connected to them. The only thing that I've changed is the XDC file. Why can't I use the PMOD Ports?