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    Hi @Ely4, I believe you can use some sort of list command such as some of the ones listed in the RN4871 User Guide, though I will look into this some more. Thanks, JColvin
  2. Hi @emma9513, If that is the case, I would suspect that during the original installation of Vivado that the Zynq chips were not added in. You can add them in by going to the Help tab in Vivado and then selecting "Add Design Tools or Devices". You'll then be asked to log in to your Xilinx account, whereupon afterwards you'll be able to select the Zynq-7000 chips under SoCs in the Devices category. After adding those in and restarting Vivado, you should be able to see those chips and the Cora show up in the board selection screen. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, JColvin
  3. Hi @sgrobler and @benl, I was informed today that a conversion process of converting a dlog file into csv is now tested and working for OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ and is documented here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/software/waveforms-live/how-to-convert-dlog. If you have any questions on this, I will try to answer them, but may end up deferring to @AndrewHolzer for the technical side of things. Thanks, JColvin
  4. Hi @mehdi, How did the EEPROM get erased? And you are using the JTAG HS2 with a Xilinx device of some kind? Are you not able to see the JTAG HS2 in Digilent's Adept program? Thanks, JColvin
  5. Hi @mustafasei, I reached out to another engineer about this, but unfortunately they did not have any additional advice for what could be attempted. Thanks, JColvin
  6. Hi @GeorgeMina, Yes, you may attach one Pmod to the top row of the 2x6 header and the other Pmod to the bottom row of the 2x6 Pmod host port; you will need to use a cable of some kind though since the Pmods won't both physically fit on top of each other, but there is nothing electrically preventing you from doing this. I am not familiar with the Nebula board you mentioned, but you should be able to program it such that each Pmod is controlled separately. I don't know if there are any nuances with this particular board that you would have to consider (such as the Pmod port is only compatible with SPI Pmods). Thanks, JColvin
  7. Hi @makedestroyrepeat, Do you know what resolutions you selected? Based on the Pcam 5C demo, it appears that only the 1080P at 30Hz and the 720p at 60Hz are supported and selecting 1080p at 15Hz will cause problems if used. What size/resolution is your monitor that you have connected? Did you also choose the RAW mode as the Image Format? Additionally, what version of Vivado and Xilinx SDK are you using so I can see if I can replicate this? Thanks, JColvin
  8. Hi @nitin.ingle, I'd recommend taking a look at this thread (in addition to the threads attila already linked) as well as the built-in documentation for the Impedance instrument within WaveForms, typically store on a Windows computer here: C:/Program Files (x86)/Digilent/WaveForms3/doc/index.html. Thanks, JColvin
  9. Hi @spaske, Did you take a look at this tutorial that we have for the Analog Discovery 2 here, https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/instrumentation/tutorials/ad2-impedance-analyzer/start? Thanks, JColvin
  10. Hi @tekson, Did you follow the tutorial that we have for using our GitHub projects here? Looking at your path name and presuming you didn't change any of the names, it appears that you downloaded the source code from the releases page rather than the .zip file on the top of the assets list for the 2016.4 variant. Thanks, JColvin
  11. Hi @Antonio Fasano, I would recommended taking a look at this thread and this one that works on getting interrupts on a Zynq board as well as this thread for just an Arty A7 with interrupts. Thanks, JColvin
  12. Hi @JXS, I'm not certain what all steps you have attempted, so I would recommend following our tutorial on storing an SDK project from flash here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/htsspisf/start. It seems to use the same thing that is referenced in the Xilinx answer you linked, though that answer was for Xilinx SDK 2015.1 which I doubt you are using. Let me know how this goes. Thanks, JColvin
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    Analog Discovery 2

    Hi @Stas Last, I don't have LabVIEW 2017 so I'm not able to open your VI to see for myself. Additionally, are you using Digilent WaveForms VI set or the AD2 toolkit? My understanding is that the AD2 toolkit VI set does not work with LabVIEW 2017, but I think (again, I don't have LabVIEW 2017) the Digilent WaveForms VI should work. There is a thread here that discusses changing the sample rate and sample taken based off of this tutorial though I was unable to get it to correctly display all of those data points on the front panel. Thanks, JColvin
  14. Hi @Luke Abela, My understanding is that the MIG is crucial for this particular tutorial, otherwise you would have to somehow configure the usage of DDR memory without an IP to handle the intracices for you, which is not a trivial task. My recommendation (I'm not certain if you have already tried it) would be to close this project and Vivado and start with a fresh project. To confirm, you have the Digilent board files installed and are using Vivado 2018.2 on Windows 10? Thanks, JColvin