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    PMOD CLP

    Hi @Ahmed Alfadhel, We have not had the bandwidth to create an IP Core for the Pmod CLP. We have verilog and VHDL ISE projects that can be alter to work with vivado on the Pmod CLS resource center . You will need to use the UCF file as a reference for the XDC file. You should be able to use the ADD a Module function in the Vivado Block design as discusses in this forum as well as in this xilinx YouTube to use these projects with Microblaze. You can use the add a module function as described in this Xilinx YouTube. The add a module function allow users access to the AXI bus with their VHDL Entities/Verilog Modules. Here is a forum thread that discusses this as well. best regards, Jon
  2. Hi @hiroowada, The master XDC for the Nexys A7 100T is here. The system clock pin is titled CLK100MHZ as show below: ## Clock signal #set_property -dict { PACKAGE_PIN E3 IOSTANDARD LVCMOS33 } [get_ports { CLK100MHZ }]; #IO_L12P_T1_MRCC_35 Sch=gclk[100] #create_clock -add -name sys_clk_pin -period 10.00 -waveform {0 5} [get_ports { CLK100MHZ }]; I would suggest not altering the boards files since they are already configured to work correctly with the Nexys A7. best regards, Jon
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    PROBLEM WITH NEXYS A7 EVB

    Hi @Alex_V, Welcome to the Digilent forums! Please elaborate on what is not working or the odd behavior. Have you tried using different usb cables? Is the mode jumper set to JTAG? What does the Nexys A7 show up as in the device manager under pots and universal serial bus controllers? best regards, Jon
  4. Hi @andre19, We have not worked with the ETTUS 310. We would suggest reaching out to ettus's support since they would have more experience with this board. best regards, Jon
  5. Hi @user2051, I am using Windows 7. I found AR# 69076 that discusses this here. I did also ind a xilinx forum that might help with this issue and have a solution here. best regards, Jon
  6. Hi @LSR, I would think that most current microcontrollers in the market will be able to meet all your needs except size. All of our microcontrollers here should meet all of your needs except size. These microcontrollers should fit your size needs as well: UC32, MAX32, Cmod MX1, WI-Fire or the WF32. best regards, Jon
  7. Hi @itlki, Welcome to the Digilent Forums! We have reached out to an engineer more experienced with the DMM Shield. While we are waiting for their input Here is the DMM Shield's resource center. Which library are you referring to? Arduino DMM Shield Library User Guide PIC32 DMM Shield Library User Guide Zynq DMM Shield Library User Guide Can you be more specific where in the library your concern is? best regards, Jon
  8. Hi @Y_H, Are you tying to add the Pmod DA3 to the Jupyter Notebook platform from PYNQ.io ? Are you trying to use the PYNQ with the ZYNQ processor in Vivado? Here is the resource center for the Pmod DA3. If you are trying to use the PYNQ board with vivado unfortunately we haven't had the bandwidth to create an IP Core for the Pmod DA3. Here is a VHDL project done by a community @hamster that can be used with the ADD a Module function and the ZYNQ processor in the bock design in Vivado. Here is a Xilinx YouTube video that should help with using the ADD a Module function. best regards, Jon
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    Pmod wifi

    Hi @kavya@iiitn, What type of security is your router/modem using? best regards, Jon
  10. Hi @user2051, I can confirm that the UART block is not correctly configuring the zynq processor of the Zybo-Z7-20 in vivado 2015.2. from the boards files. I have reached out to our content team about this. I can confirm that newer versions of vivado 2017.4 and up correctly configures the zynq processor on the Zybo-Z7-20. I tried with no success to manually select uart1 in the zynq process in vivado 2015.2 and configure uart1 as shown in the vivado 2018.2 zynq processor attached screen shot. best regards, Jon
  11. Hi @lwew96, We have not used a reconstruction filter. I did find a paper that discusses a reconstruction filter with the AD5541 here. Hopefully one of the more experienced community members will have some input for you as well. best regards, Jon
  12. Hi @cfsterpka, You are correct the drdy_out signal tell us when data is ready to be read from the XADC. In the XADCdemo.v for the Arty-Z7-20 xadc project the wire ready is the output signal from the xadc wizard: wire ready; //XADC port that declares when data is ready to be taken xadc_wiz_0 XLXI_7 ( .daddr_in (Address_in), .dclk_in (clk), .den_in (enable & |sw), .di_in (), .dwe_in (), .busy_out (), .vauxp12 (xa_p[0]), .vauxn12 (xa_n[0]), .vauxp0 (xa_p[1]), .vauxn0 (xa_n[1]), .do_out (data), .eoc_out (enable), .channel_out (channel_out), .drdy_out (ready) ); best regards, Jon
  13. Hi @kotra sharmila, Were you able to get the SDSoC OpenCV project working from your other thread here? best regards, Jon
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    pmod wifi

    Hi @harika, I downloaded Vivado 2016.1 and completed/verified this Zedboard/WIFI/SD Vivado 2016.1 project. To get this project working: 1) Open this project in Vivado 2016.1. 2) launch SDK 3) Alter these specific lines in the HTTPServerConfig.h to reflect your modem login/password: const char * szSsid = "Your modem login"; const char * szPassPhrase = "Your modem password"; 4) After altering the HTTPServerConfig.h then save file. 5) Open and set up your serial terminal. 6) Program the FPGA and right click on the HTTP application and select run as->launch on hardware(system debugger). 7) To access the HTTPServer you will need to have a device that is connected to the same WIFI network. 8). Use the information given in the serial terminal to access the address of the HTTPServer. Let us know if this is not working for you. Make sure that the Mode jumper are set to JTAG and that the Pmod WIFI is on JC. The mode jumper needs to be set to JTAG since that is how the FPGA is being configured. Setting the mode jumper to SD would have the Zedboard looking for a BOOT.BIN file in the SD Card that would configure the FPGA from. There is no BOOT.BIN file created for this project. The WIFI project uses the SD card but does not configure the FPGA from the SD Card. Here is the Zedboard resource guide that goes into more detail for the mode Jumper settings on page 27 . best regards, Jon
  15. Hi @YaBoyRock, Glad to hear you were able to find the demo's in question. best regards, Jon
  16. Hi @YaBoyRock, There are two demo's available for the DJTG one is called DJTGDemo and the other is called DJTGTwoWireDemo as shown in the attached screen shot below. Its my understanding that the DJTGDemo is made to work with a 4-wire set up. best regards, Jon
  17. Hi @YaBoyRock, Welcome to the Digilent Forums! It my understanding that the DtjgDemo.cpp is made for 4-wire. Is there a specific function in the DjtgTwoWireDemo.cpp that you are interested in? Have you looked at the Digilent Adept JTAG Interface(DJTG) Programmer's Reference found in the \digilent.adept.sdk_v2.4.2\doc folder? best regards, Jon
  18. Hi @hiroowada, I have attached screen shots that should help you get stated with the tutorial. First make sure that you select the Vivado HLx and not the Vivado HLS. For the tutorial it has you add sources and a constraint file once you have created the project so initially just select next when creating the project. best regards, Jon
  19. Hi @dmishins, You can use the add a module function as described in this Xilinx YouTube. The add a module function allow users access to the AXI bus with their VHDL Entities/Verilog Modules. Here is a forum thread that discusses this as well. Please attach a screen shot of your Block design if possible. best regards, Jon
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    pmod wifi

    Hi @harika, We do not have and documentation or examples for configuring the ZYNQ processor or the components that are tied to the ZYNQ processor. We provide board files that correctly configure the ZYNQ processor as well as help facilitate the communication with the Pmod Ports. When creating a Vivado project please use the boards tab and select the digilent board files for the Zedboard(not Avnet's board files). Then when you add the ZYNQ processor the default settings will be the digilent board files. Here is the Installing Vivado and Digilent Board Files tutorial. I would suggest initially to leave the all of the ZYNQ setting alone except for adding interrupts until you get the Zedboard/SD/WIFI project working then I would suggest to streamline the ZYNQ processor if desired. Here is the Zynq-7000 SoC Technical Reference Manual and the ZYNQ Book are some good documentation for users to configure the ZYNQ Processor. Another option would be to upgrade your Vivado to 2017.4 and use the verified project linked above. best regards, Jon
  21. Hi @Zorroslade000, I believe you would want to do something more along the idea: u32 *pUn0 = (u32 *)(ptr + 0); u32 *pUn1 = (u32 *)(ptr + 8); u32 *pUn2 = (u32 *)(ptr + 16); to get to the next address register. Also, have you looked at the xilinx libraries: xil_types.h, xil_io.h or xbasic_types.h? best regards, Jon
  22. Hi @Fabian, Unfortunately , we haven't had the bandwidth to create a working arduino project for the Pmod IA. Here is a forum thread that has a completed Raspberry PI/Pmod IA project that should be a good reference along with the datasheet for your project. They go through some calibration set up as well. best regards, Jon
  23. Hi @kuc3, Welcome to the Digilent Forums! I have moved your thread to a sub-section where more experienced embedded linux engineers look. best regards, Jon
  24. Hi @rakeshm55, Unfortunately, we do not have an HDL Controller for any of the AXI bus types. I have not found any with a quick internet search. Here, Here and here are forum threads that discuss the AXI bus along with the wishbone bus which might be helpful. best regards, Jon
  25. Hi @TomF, I would suggest to start with a fresh project. Here is an older tutorial that should help you get a basic microblaze project going. When the tutorial has you add the uart lite ip core add the QSPI flash ip. Add an additional 50 MHz clock on the clocking wizard and connect it to the ext_spi_clk on the qspi flash ip core. In project setting in bitstream select .bin then run implementation. When it is finished open the implementation. Then follow the How To Store Your SDK Project in SPI Flash tutorial. best regards, Jon