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  1. @thoriam, You are right, however, I encountered the same issues with your set-up and I was able to calibrate the probe as soon as I connected the ground. So you tried it with the GND connected and it still doesn't work? Thanks, Bianca
  2. Hi @thoriam, It seems, that you didn't connect the ground of the probes. You can't calibrate the probe without connecting the minus. Connect the Ground of the AWG to the ground of the Scope and try again. Regards, Bianca
  3. Hi Victor, I moved your question here for more visibility. Regards, Bianca
  4. Hello @Freewill, We can't tell exactly as we'll probably need the keyboard for testing. We'll look into the issue but it might take some time. Meanwhile to take out of the discussion the micro-controller I sent you a private message. Best regards, Bianca
  5. Hi @mariushvn, There is no difference between them. The original was Artix-7 35T Arty FPGA Evaluation Kit and then we re-branded the Arty category by sticking to the same form factor but with different FPGAs (artix, spartan, zynq). To make sure there won't be confusion between the products, the original Arty is called now Arty A7. The new thing is that it can be found now also with a bigger FPGA, the 100T not only with the 35T how it was the original. Best regards, Bianca
  6. Hi Antonio, We don't have any Pmod Camera. The only camera that we have is Pcam 5C, however, it's compatible just with Zybo Z7, as it's the only board with MIPI CSI2 interface. As for the single IP, we have just what we have already published. HDMI-in and out. Best regards, Bianca
  7. Hi @Antonio Fasano, We have an example for this pmod with some of our system boards. Unfortunately Arty Z7 is not among them but you can look at the Cora example, as it's also a ZYNQ: . Best regards, Bianca
  8. Hi @svet-am, This solution works just for the Digilent boards. Please contact Xilinx for support in order to fix your KCU1500 board. Best regards, Bianca
  9. Hello @rbhave, the part used is Citizen CMR200T, 32.768Khz. Please see the datasheet: Best regards, Bianca
  10. Hi @rhb, You have attached the drawing. Best regards, Bianca Zybo_Z7.pdf
  11. Hey @asmi, For the moment we will release these, at request, in private. I've also send you a PM with the Genesys2 file... Regards, Bianca
  12. Hi @zygot, I sent you a private message regarding this. Regards, Bianca
  13. Hello @TKMoon, You have a private message regarding this issue. Best regards, Bianca
  14. Hi @josejose, There is a Digilent Design Contest project, the winners from this year. They made a project that controlled a Zybo Z7 over Internet. It was a platform for students to prototipe and test their HDL design. The project it's a bit more complex; they segmented the memory and allowed multiple users to access different peripherals of the board at the same time. It's very well documented so you might find some things to help you there. The project works and you can contact them over github if something is unclear. Here is the git repo and here is the documentation. Maybe it can help you. Bianca
  15. Hi @Spitzer, Sorry for the late reply. I was curious about this, so I took out an Analog Parts kit, measured the pins for the ADTL082 and they are: Opamp Adapter 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 Please check the picture attached. You can even see clear that the traces are connecting the pin 1 of the OPamp to the pin 1 of the Dip connector. If you received something else, please attach a picture with the traces and I will look into it. Best regards, Bianca
  16. Hi @Zed_Guy, The ZedBoard XDC file is available on out GitHub here: I looked in your document and I saw that they changed the name of the ports in the XDC to match with their projects. You can either use in the project, the names used in the XDC or change in the XDC the names according to your project. By the fact that they are using "my_constraints.xdc" implies that they created a XDC file specific for the project in the guide, and probably used just what they needed. Normally, where you found the project and the guide, you should've been able to find the that XDC because it is not a generic Rev D XDC. The pins marked in the document with red, are linked to the first 4 pins in the JA pmod connector. You can find them in the official XDC. You have two choices. Contact Avnet and ask for that project specific XDC, or take the XDC from us and change it according to your project. Best regards, Bianca
  17. Hi @Bill_H, Sorry for the late reply. The camera is not directly connected to the CSi2 IP. It's connected to DPHY IP and that is connected to the CSI2. You can see how we did in our example, here. Regards, Bianca
  18. Bianca

    ZyboZ7(10 or 20)

    Hi @domcadin, You have here attached the drawing of the Zybo Z7. Regards, Bianca PCB1.pdf
  19. Hi @xiao, You have an answer in private. Regards, Bianca
  20. 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:
  21. 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?
  22. Please try to put the Cora in board_parts instead of board_files and reopen Vivado. See if it gets recognized. Bianca
  23. 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
  24. You can find the information in the OLED controller datasheet here: I attached a picture with the ratings of the chip. Bianca