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  1. Hello, I am trying to send a very small amount of information (8-bit numbers) from my PC to my Zybo Z7-10 over a USB connection using UART. I understand that the best way to do this is using the block diagram and then the SDK, however I can't find any tutorials or walkthroughs that use USB, not HDMI or Ethernet. I know it is possible to use the on-board USB connection, though. Is there a tutorial that I have missed? What is the best way to go about doing this? The hello world, etc. tutorials don't show how to actually make that UART connection, just how to deploy to a board over USB. Th
  2. I have my proMX7 board running a very simple code that I adapted from Robogaia.com. I use the code to access an LS7366 Quadrature Counter and Rotary Encoder. The proMX7 is also driving an LKM1638 (8 digits LED driver board). I use the LKM1638 as a display output to read the LS7366 count value. Both peripherals are driven via SPI communication and using DSPI virtual object library. I am using two distinct ports, one for each peripheral. JA is connected to the LKM1638 display and JE is connected to the LS7366 counter via pins 1 2 3 4, SS3 SDO3 SDI3 SCK3. The code is very simple. I send a Read re