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  1. We have no such plans at the moment. Can you give us some details about your use case where you find a web interface more valuable over the desktop application?
  2. You have the following options: Have the executable and the log file in the same directory. Use the full path to the executable C:\<path to executable>\dlog-utils-v2.2.0.exe inputfile.log outputfile.csv add C:\<path to executable> to the PATH variable so that windows knows where to search for that executable name
  3. Of course... I overlooked the title. What does the <some random value> look like? Are you getting any other errors or just the one warning?
  4. What board are you working with?
  5. We don't have any plans to support 3rd party products in WaveForms.
  6. Executables will be posted in the next few days. But if you'd like to build it on Windows you can do one of the following: Install git for windows Install cygwin If you have Win 10, you can install a Linux Subsystem within Windows Ubuntu Other distributions If you don't want to use git clone, you can download the source repository as a zip file.
  7. Have you verified that DDR is working properly? https://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Embedded-Processor-System-Design/Problems-about-XAPP1026-on-KC705/td-p/698600
  8. I would look on Analog Device's wiki. Also look for how to cross compile QT.
  9. vicentiu

    Problem with CMOD A7

    We have found that a 100nF capacitor attached across VBUS and ground near the connector makes the Cmod A7 more tolerant of out of spec cables and we will consider adding it to a future revision. There aren’t any pads for the capacitor, which makes it a bit challenging to solder in a 10V, 100nF ceramic capacitor. We managed to stack it on top of half of D1 and half of C65, which are both on the bottom of the board. When testing with USB.org certified cables, we haven't been able to reproduce any connectivity issues. We also recommend plugging in the cable into a port directly on the motherboard or into a USB hub instead of a front panel USB port.
  10. We have found that a 100nF capacitor attached across VBUS and ground near the connector makes the Cmod A7 more tolerant of out of spec cables and we will consider adding it to a future revision. There aren’t any pads for the capacitor, which makes it a bit challenging to solder in a 10V, 100nF ceramic capacitor. We managed to stack it on top of half of D1 and half of C65, which are both on the bottom of the board. When testing with USB.org certified cables, we haven't been able to reproduce any connectivity issues. We also recommend plugging in the cable into a port directly on the motherboard or into a USB hub instead of a front panel USB port.
  11. We have found that a 100nF capacitor attached across VBUS and ground near the connector makes the Cmod A7 more tolerant of out of spec cables and we will consider adding it to a future revision. There aren’t any pads for the capacitor, which makes it a bit challenging to solder in a 10V, 100nF ceramic capacitor. We managed to stack it on top of half of D1 and half of C65, which are both on the bottom of the board. When testing with USB.org certified cables, we haven't been able to reproduce any connectivity issues. We also recommend plugging in the cable into a port directly on the motherboard or into a USB hub instead of a front panel USB port.
  12. We have found that a 100nF capacitor attached across VBUS and ground near the connector makes the Cmod A7 more tolerant of out of spec cables and we will consider adding it to a future revision. There aren’t any pads for the capacitor, which makes it a bit challenging to solder in a 10V, 100nF ceramic capacitor. We managed to stack it on top of half of D1 and half of C65, which are both on the bottom of the board. When testing with USB.org certified cables, we haven't been able to reproduce any connectivity issues. We also recommend plugging in the cable into a port directly on the motherboard or into a USB hub instead of a front panel USB port.
  13. All our boards (except Cmods) have JTAG pins or staggered holes to which you can connect any JTAG programmer, including the Xilinx platform cable 2, but it's not needed because all our boards have JTAG over usb which you can control through Vivado or other tools. For alternative boards, the Cmod S7 has the same form factor but a smaller FPGA. Next up is the Arty A7 with same FPGA as the Cmod A7. We have found that a 100nF capacitor attached across VBUS and ground near the connector makes the Cmod A7 more tolerant of out of spec cables and we will consider adding it to a future revision. There aren’t any pads for the capacitor, which makes it a bit challenging to solder in a 10V, 100nF ceramic capacitor. We managed to stack it on top of half of D1 and half of C65, which are both on the bottom of the board. When testing with USB.org certified cables, we haven't been able to reproduce any connectivity issues. We also recommend plugging in the cable into a port directly on the motherboard or into a USB hub instead of a front panel USB port.
  14. We don't have any reports of USB connectivity issues on the Cmod S7.