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  1. Hello, Im working on the following IP Integrator design. I have an Arty7 35T FPGA I want to create a block diagram with two modules. The objetive for this implementation is to create a Analog-Digital-Analog vivado project (This one will be a part for a big project). The modules are: - XADC: Input 0-3.33v converted to 16bits. This one as a clock input ( CLK100MHZ ) - Pmod DA3: Digital to Analog converter with SPI Protocol. Inputs 16bits is converted by SPI protocol in a Analog value (max 2.51v). This one as a clock input ( i_clk ) My first idea was to connect Pmod DA3 clock to XADC clock creating a unique clock for the entire design. This design was validated. Creating a HDL Wrapper, it has a correct synthesis, implemetation and bitstream. Programing the board i dont get any analog value for output Pmod DA3, it only works output LED[15:0]. Modules works correctly independently. Should i make a different connection for clocks? I dont know if there is a clock problem or other type problem. i attach the project Can anyone help me? Thanks! XADC + DA3.rar
  2. I want to generate a sine wave using arty7 35t board. how do I do that? can I do that using an IP? I want to use the onboard ADC. my final aim is, i want to generate a sine wave later i want to convert it back to digital signals