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  1. Hi I see the MAC Address Sticker on my Arty Boards RJ45 connector and I'm wondering if a specific MAC address is reserved for this board, is it somewhere stored where we could read it? E.g. a I2C EEPROM or so? It would be great if we could read that at runtime so we can use the same bitstream for multiple boards and have the right and unique mac on each of them. I checked the User Manual and Schematics and couldn't find anything, however there is an intentionally blanked page in the Schematics... Thanks
  2. Dear All, In reference manual of Arty7-35 T, it is mentioned that it is possible to store data along with FPGA program in Quad SPI Flash memory but that approach is out of scope for that document. I have different tables of coefficients(in Excel, Text file) for each pixels where nature of co-efficient is floating point decimal numbers. Total data size is around 2 MB which includes 8 coefficients files At power on, i want to send all this coefficients from FPGA flash to PC via Ethernet. Now I need suggestion, How to store these data in Flash memory along with Main FPGA Program. What should be format for these coefficients files? Is this possible by using just one Flash memory?
  3. Hi. I am new to Vivado platform / Digilent's Arty board. I am trying to get Microblaze to work with Axi timer to trigger interrupt at a certain rate. The image below shows the overall architecture. The board is successfully talking via UART and I can print on Terminal. I compiled the code below and no error came up; I ran the program but the interrupt is not triggered at all. #include <stdio.h> #include "platform.h" #include "xil_printf.h" #include "xintc.h" #include "xtmrctr.h" #include "xparameters.h" #include "xil_exception.h" #include "xstatus.h" XTmrCtr TimerCounterInst; XIntc InterruptController; #define TMRCTR_DEVICE_ID XPAR_TMRCTR_0_DEVICE_ID #define INTC_DEVICE_ID XPAR_INTC_0_DEVICE_ID #define TMRCTR_INTERRUPT_ID XPAR_INTC_0_TMRCTR_0_VEC_ID #define TIMER_CNTR_0 0 #define RESET_VALUE 500000 void TimerCounterHandler(void *CallBackRef, u8 TmrCtrNumber); //static int count = 0; volatile int TimerExpired; int main() { /* Initialization */ XStatus status; // 1. Platform init_platform(); print("Platform initialized \r\n"); // 2. Timer Counter status = XTmrCtr_Initialize(&TimerCounterInst, TMRCTR_DEVICE_ID); if (status != XST_SUCCESS){ print("Timer counter initialization failed \r\n"); return status; } print("Timer counter initialized \r\n"); // 3. Interrupt status = XIntc_Initialize(&InterruptController, INTC_DEVICE_ID); print("Interrupt initialized \r\n"); status = XIntc_Connect(&InterruptController, TMRCTR_INTERRUPT_ID, (XInterruptHandler)XTmrCtr_InterruptHandler, (void *)&TimerCounterInst); if (status != XST_SUCCESS){ print("Interrupt connect failed \r\n"); return status; } print("Interrupt set up \r\n"); // 4. Interrupt Start status = XIntc_Start(&InterruptController, XIN_REAL_MODE); if (status != XST_SUCCESS){ print("Interrupt start failed \r\n"); return status; } XIntc_Enable(&InterruptController, TMRCTR_INTERRUPT_ID); Xil_ExceptionInit(); Xil_ExceptionRegisterHandler(XIL_EXCEPTION_ID_INT, (Xil_ExceptionHandler)XIntc_InterruptHandler, &InterruptController); Xil_ExceptionEnable(); // 6. Timer Counter Handler XTmrCtr_SetHandler(&TimerCounterInst, TimerCounterHandler, &TimerCounterInst); print("Timer counter handler set \r\n"); // 7. Timer Options XTmrCtr_SetOptions(&TimerCounterInst, TIMER_CNTR_0, XTC_INT_MODE_OPTION | XTC_AUTO_RELOAD_OPTION); print("Timer options set \r\n"); XTmrCtr_SetResetValue(&TimerCounterInst, TIMER_CNTR_0, RESET_VALUE); print("Timer reset value set \r\n"); // 8. Timer Start XTmrCtr_Start(&TimerCounterInst, TIMER_CNTR_0); print("Timer start \r\n"); print("ALL PASS \r\n"); while(1){ //DO NOTHING FOR NOW } cleanup_platform(); return 0; } void TimerCounterHandler(void *CallBackRef, u8 TmrCtrNumber){ XTmrCtr *InstancePtr = (XTmrCtr *)CallBackRef; print("IN TIMER\r\n"); if (XTmrCtr_IsExpired(InstancePtr, TmrCtrNumber)){ print("Expired\r\n"); } } But when I ran the self test after initialization of XTmrCtr, it actually does not pass the test with a status of 1 (which is indicated as failure in xstatus.h as #define XST_FAILURE 1L) status = XTmrCtr_SelfTest(&TimerCounterInst, TMRCTR_DEVICE_ID); if (status != XST_SUCCESS) { xil_printf("Timer self-test failed: %d \r\n", status); return XST_FAILURE; } print("Timer self-test pass \r\n"); If I understand correctly, the self-test is to check if the hardware is set up correctly. I don't know where in the block design side is wrong. I am using following setup: 1. Clock wizard with 166.667 MHz and 200MHz 2. DDR3 SDRAM that takes in 166.667MHz as sys_clk and 200MHz as ref_clk 3. Microblaze with a separate clock [mig_7series/ui_clk (83MHz)] 4. UARTlite (interrupt connected to axi_intc via microblaze_0_xlconcat) 5. Axi Timer (interrupt connected to axi_intc via microblaze_0_xlconcat) I would appreciate your help! Please let me know if you need any other information. Thanks!
  4. Hello everyone. I need to know the part number of the J10 USB UART connector integrated in ARTY-7 board. Best regards.