Wyllyam

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  1. Hi mele14, On the top of the ZedBoard there's a sticker with the serial number. Underneath that sticker, on the silk screen, is a revision letter. What revision is your ZedBoard?
  2. Hi TuanPhung, On the top of the ZedBoard there's a sticker with the serial number. Underneath that sticker, on the silk screen, is a revision letter. What revision is your ZedBoard?
  3. Hi maximb, On the top of the ZedBoard there's a sticker with the serial number. Underneath that sticker, on the silk screen, is a revision letter. What revision is your ZedBoard?
  4. @zygot, We haven't forgotten about it! It's still being actively worked on and is one of our highest priority projects. I can say that we are in the validation phase of the product, but cannot provide an exact release date at the moment. It may not be what you need, as it has a Zynq UltraScale+ CG device instead of an EV, but we have partnered up with Trenz to provide another Zynq UltraScale+ development board. I realize that doesn't provide a GPU or Video Codec, and it seems those may be critical if you're waiting for the 5EV.
  5. @zygot, Ahhh, I made a simple mistake. /dev/ttyUSB1 was correct and the serial session was setup correctly. However, I opened the PuTTY session AFTER starting the default tone demo, so I never caught the initial "Running Default Tone Demo" message. Then, like you said, I couldn't copy and paste text into PuTTY to send commands for the others tones, so I assumed there was something wrong with the PuTTY session in general, when it's just a quirk about how it operates in Linux. Got it now! (Other than not being able to paste the commands into PuTTY.) Tested it on
  6. @zygot, Got a chance to try this out! I was using Vivado 2019.1 on Ubuntu 18.04.4. First, everything with your demo seems to duplicate and work just fine. I was able to get the demo started by running "run.tcl" through XSCT. It successfully downloaded PhasorToy.elf, and I got the 1.945MHz signals on CH 1 and CH 2, as expected. I ran PhasorToy.m and watched GNU Octave successfully interpret the different waveforms. And I have the following commands in OCTAVE_CMDS.txt: T 2 21474836 ; C 4 42950 42950 8 8 512 2147483647 42950 85899 12
  7. jchisum, You're correct. I fixed the typo in the tutorial. Thank you for the feedback! Were you able to recreate the project when typing the name with underscores? -Will
  8. @kb5pgy, There's definitely a lot of information packed into this webinar. I'm sorry to hear it was frustrating and you weren't able to get the value out of it that you hoped. For future webinars, we will work towards more clearly articulating the experience level needed, and to improve the educational quality of the content itself. With this webinar in particular, we say no FPGA experience is required because the webinar goes step-by-step. However, it can still be challenging, especially with condensing so much information into a few hours. I hope that you were still able to get so
  9. @zygot, Your feedback is appreciated. I grabbed an Eclypse Z7 from our stock and am thoroughly working through all of our provided materials and demos. After working through this, I will: Provide feedback to R&D, combined with the points you brought up, so we can work towards improving the user experience Fill any gaps in our getting started materials to ensure easy adoption Revise, as necessary, our product descriptions to make sure the product meets expectations
  10. Zygot, I poked around my installation of 2019.2, which was a WebPACK installation, but I don't think there's a away to see that explicitly after the fact. Though, you could maybe take a roundabout way of checking your licenses with Xilinx. This wouldn't guarantee it was/wasn't a WebPACK install, but you may be able to make a reasonable assumption from there. Just a thought. Back to the main topic at hand: The XCZU3EG is supported by WebPACK, as is the XCZU5EV. "Starting 2019.2, Xilinx SDSoC™ development environments are unified into an all-in-one Vitis™ unified software p