cole12345

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  1. Hi all, I am brand new to FPGAs and am finding the documentation more confusing than enlightening regarded this issue. I am having considerable difficulty getting my PYNQ-Z1 board to output a voltage through the Arduino IO ports. Currently I have a complete circuit from Arduino IO 0 to a breadboard with an LED and resistor in series, and it connects back to the Arduino ground port. My code is as follows: In [1]: from pynq.overlays.base import BaseOverlay base = BaseOverlay("base.bit") from pynq.lib.arduino import Arduino_IO In [2]: x=Arduino_IO(base.AR
  2. Hi all, My group and I are brand new to FPGAs, none of us have any expertise whatsoever. As such, we have a few questions about the capabilities of the PYNQ-Z1 board that some of you seasoned experts can help us out with. First: we will have a TTL (3.3 V) pulse sent to the board which is about ~10 ns long. Can the board detect such a pulse from something like a rising or falling edge? We hope to send this pulse via BNC connection - where could we input this on the board? Second: We also need to output a pulse via BNC connection. Where would this pulse be outputted from?