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  1. zener

    Basys 3 D1-8 components

    Hello, I am trying to understand the protection mechanism of the I/O pins on the Basys 3, and would like more information about components D1-8 on the first page of the schematic. Could someone please tell me the part number? Best, Zen
  2. I burned out a component yesterday on an Analog Discovery 2 (pictured below) and lost USB communication. I'm pretty sure it was a ferrite bead but not certain. Currently have it replaced with a 0 ohm resistor and the device works fine but would like to get the actual part that belongs in there. Does anyone know what is was? PN? anything? Cheers, Travis
  3. Hi all, I am a newbie into the world of FPGAs and HDLs. I am currently taking a logic design course where I am required to present a project by the end of this year. I would like to buy either a Basys3 or a Nexys4 board, but I am unsure as to how I could interface any of these boards with other external components, such as sound sensors, servos, (another development board perhaps?), and so on. Please, try not to consider Pmods, as they are somewhat expensive to my budget for now. Your help is greatly appreciated.