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  1. Hi @Blake, Sorry for the delay. Your issue was escalated and we'll return with an answer as soon as possible. Thanks for the patience. Best regards, Bianca
  2. Hi @Ian Etheridge You can use whichever SMA antenna that suits your project. However, to do that you will have to solder a Linx Technologies Inc. CONSMA 003.062 module on header J4. Best regards, Bianca
  3. @raouf, Like James said, they are the same products, just re-branded. If they have Chipkit Max32 Rev E, It's the same with the Max32. All the products from the Chipkit line were re-branded but they are the same. As a distributor they can make an order to Digilent for a specific product if they don't have it, but like I said, just the box and the inscription on the board are different. I hope this helps. Best regards, Bianca
  4. Hi @Pavel_47, JF connector is routed to the MIO pins in the PS side of the ZYNQ. This is why you won't find it on the Block Design. You can access it by connecting the pins in the processing system to an interface you desire. Best regards, Bianca
  5. Hi @stracky, You have a private message related to this problem, Thanks, Bianca
  6. Hello, You have a private message. Best regards, Bianca
  7. Hi @MaelXD, Can you please show me a picture with the USBUART2? We were not aware of a second revision of USBUART, neither I could track it on the store and engineering database. Did you purchase it from our store? and when? Thanks, Bianca
  8. Hi @ryanpandey, I just downloaded the folder with anvyl projects and the majority, not all though, have included the .xise files. Where they are not available I think you need to rebuild the project from the sources. I downloaded them from here. Best regards, Bianca
  9. Hi @squarenut, Indeed in the BNC adapter you no longer have access to W1, W2, Scope 1, and Scope 2 in the 2x15 connector since they are connected only in the BNC connector. Regarding the breadboard adapter, all the signals are routed in the straight connector from the board, therefore you can see them all marked on the label. If you want to use the breadboard adapter with the BNC adapter, in the breadboard adapter you will have access just to the digital pins and GND since you can't get out the signals that are not connected. However, why do you need the BNC adapter if you want to use wires on the breadboard, or why you need output on the 2x5 connector if you plan the use the BNC? If you don't need the BNC probes in particular, you can use the breadboard adapter, only. Best regards, Bianca
  10. Try to reinstall cable drivers. This is more an Impact issue than a cable issue. Apparently a very common one among Impact users. I googled the error and found some solution. Maybe some of them would work. Se here Bianca
  11. Have you tried reinstalling the Digilent Cable drivers? You can take a look here:
  12. So, You are using the JTAG-USB with Windows 10 on 64 bits. Can you send me a screen shot to see how it appears under Universal Serial Bus Controller in Device manager? Can you try on another computer, maybe with another OS like Windows 8 or 7 and see if you have the same issue? Bianca
  13. Hi @dominioYP, Which cable are you using because above we discussed about two different cables? Can you tell me if anything shows up at all in device manager when you connect the cable? Was it working before or it's the first time you are trying to use it? Thanks, Bianca
  14. Hey Antonio, I am not sure about that IP but you can look over lwIP: lwIP server demo is included in the examples that came with Vivado SDK. Maybe someone can help you fix the connection with your first IP. If not, this might help accomplish what you want. Best regards, Bianca
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    HS1 JTAG Circuit

    Hello @anshumantech, The schematic is unavailable on purpose. It contains 3rd party designs and we can't release it. Best regards, Bianca
  16. Hello @Mayur, ISE is no longer supported by Xilinx. When the latest version of ISE, 14.7 was released they already had the XC7A100T and XC7A200T. The newer versions of Artix 7 FPGA, like the 35T for example, were released after ISE 14.7, and therefore are not supported. 35T variant will work only with Vivado. You can use the Webpack licence (free version) of Vivado with the Arty. Best regards, Bianca
  17. Hi @Dimple, Can you tell me if you used a FMC connector, which one and how were you using the board when this happened? Best regards, Bianca
  18. Hi @tommymc, If you want to use VADJ at 2.5 you have to change the IOSTANDARD to LVCMOS25, for everything in that bank, in the XDC file. Best regards, Bianca
  19. Hi @nattib, You should be able to do that by putting the bit file on the SD card and switching the jumper JP4 on USB/SD position. We have a tutorial on how to program the Nexys Video. Take a look here. Best regards, Bianca
  20. Hi @kwilber, I'm sorry it turned to be such a challenge to interface the MTDS with the DMM Shield and Arty Z7 Indeed the CS form the SPI is used for the communication with the DMM Chip, also, the SPI is shared between the EEPROM and the DMM Chip. Just the CS are different. As for the swap between MISO and MOSI, it looks that we made a mistake and we are looking into it. I looked in the standard and it should be as it is on the Arty A7 and Arty S7. Thank you for letting us know. Best regards, Bianca
  21. Do you see any activity on UART leds? have you set correctly the com and the baud? Eitherway, if the led is on, this means that the mig has calib. Bianca
  22. @Kopart Please try running this project on your boards. I ran the project on boards with both ISSI and MIRA. The init calib pin is tied to Led0 so the LED should turn on as soon as the bit is loaded. The SDK project writes "hello world" to UART (9600 baud). Let me know how things turn out.
  23. Ok, so just to be sure I understand. You said in your first topic that you have two Nexys4-DDR with MIRA DDR and two with ISSI. The ones with ISSI fail to calibrate. And now you are telling that you have three boards, all with ISSI and one is working and two not. Can you please provide me the .bit file? Thanks, Bianca
  24. Hi @Kopart, I'm really sorry for this issue. Can you please provide me the serial number for both boards and tell me what DDR they have. I would need also a high resolution picture of both chips, so I can be capable to take the manufacturing details from them. If you can't obtain a good picture, can you please tell me what's written on the chip? Thanks, Bianca
  25. Hi @Scoop, The DAC is supplied by IOREF on the IOVDD. On the board you have three options to provide the IOREF 1. IOREF from arduino if you put a jumper in this position. (It's a voltage supplied by the arduino and you'll have to check the arduino schematic or specs for its value) 2. the 3V3 from arduino (Arduino has a 3V3 power supply and you can use it if you put the jumper on the position below 3. a +5V supply that is equipped on the board. (this is an internal power supply from the shield and you can use it as IOVDD if you put the jumper in the position below) You don't have the option to come with a voltage from outside, like a separate power supply. These three are your only settable options. Best regards, Bianca