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  1. How to use CmodA7 GPIO in Vivado

    Hi, We wanted to use GPIO pins for cmodA7, and we tried Link to Community Project to test the XADC, GPIO, buttons, LEDs, and SRAM link, from the resource center, but it didn't work. How we can solve this. We created a Microblaze on the CmodA7, we downloaded from github the board package and the Pmod IP package. We used these for BmodBT2 and PmodNav. They are worked fine, but they has each IP has a predefined pinout on Pmod JA connector. We would like to reconfigure the pinout to CmadA7 GPIO pins (47 pieces), which are located on the bottom of the board. How can we reconfigure the Pmod IP-s from the Pmod JA to the GPIO Pins? Thanks in advance.
  2. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    I solved the problem. I needed to correct the included header file in PmodNav.c. There is written #include "pmodNav", and we need #include "PmodNav".
  3. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    Hi, I imported the vivado project. After that I generated a .bit file, I created a new wrapper. I exported the hardware, and I launched the SDK. I got a warning. The warning messange was: "Executables selected for download on the following processors does'nt exist or incorrectly specified". I can ignore that, but it unfortunately doesn't work. How can I solve this problem? The IP when will you update the IP? Thanks in advance.
  4. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    Thank you a lot!
  5. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    Thank you a lot!
  6. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    Thank you!
  7. Pmod NAV with cmod a7

    Hi!I tried PmodNAV with a cmodA7 board. I made a cmod a7 microblaze soft processor, and I downloaded the Pmod IP’s, I imported that and I followed this tutorial But unfortunately did not work. Can you help me what I need to do for getting accelerometer values?Thanks in advance