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  1. I am currently doing the vertical farming project. And I want to put my Pmod HYGRO and Pmod AQS sensor into the same port JC. I have tried to put my Pmod HYGRO and Pmod AQS into different Pmod ports successfully. Now, I just want to combine these two sensors into one port. For example, for port JC. I want the top layer of the port connect to Pmod AQS and the bottom layer of the port to the Pmod HYGRO. So what is my first step to do when comes to vivado block design and how am I going to write my Cpp code into Vitis IDE? I did some primary research on this topic before. I may n
  2. Hi all, Maybe it's just a small detail that is missing but I don't know how to solve it exactly. I’m trying to communicate my laptop with my ZedBoard but for some reason, it suddenly stops. I follow the procedure indicated in instructions included with the ZedBoard package and are also indicated in this tutorial. I download the USB to UART adapter driver (controller version 3.13.0.59) by Cypress which controls the USB serial port (in this case COM9). The device is identified as Cypress-USB2UART-Ver1.0G. The settings form COM9 are like the figures. When I turn on the ZedBoard wi
  3. SufSam

    Pmod wifi

    Hi, I have two problems regarding wifi 1- I am trying to connect the pmod wifi to an arduino uno. I looked for a library, the best I could found is the WiShield https://github.com/airsoftsoldrecn9/WiShield . Clearly, this library is for the WiShield https://www.elechouse.com/elechouse/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=90_186&products_id=2165 but I thought because they use the same wifi chip as the pmod wifi this could work. However, after I manage to compile the library (I attached the working library after some minor modification in order to for it to
  4. Hi, I'm an unexperienced Zedboard user. I want to connect to the FMC-LPC connector, and route those signals to another board. How can I do it? Possibly using components that I can solder by hand. I asked the question at the Zedboard support forum and they replied "Please ask your question over at digilent as they are the main contact for educational support." Thank you.
  5. I am using an FT232 breakout board to control a rotary sensor through Python 2.7 If I plug in the AD2 first, my python code fails due to "no device found". If I plug in the FT232 first, and establish the connection with Python, everything works OK. How can I track down the cause and resolve it? The errors listed follow: C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\adafruit_gpio-1.0.3-py2.7.egg\Adafruit_GPIO\FT232H.pyc in __init__(self, vid, pid, serial) 148 if serial is None: 149 # Open USB connection for specified VID and PID if no serial is specified
  6. Hello. I was wondering which possible ways there are to connect 2 Zedboard. I read this thread about using an FMC-to-FMC cable and the OP was recommended to look at this. At the moment, I can't afford buying such cables so I was wondering if there are other ways?? I thought of using I2C to communicate one with another (I'd just need to get a few bits from the other Zedboard) but I'm clueless about which connection/pins I should use. Thanks in advance.
  7. My lab is currently using an ATLYS board to run an experiment on a piece of hardware. We'd like to collect as much data as possible, which may involve having multiple instances of the hardware, each connected to a different ATLYS board. Is it possible to have more than one ATLYS connected via Ethernet to a given PC? If so, what is the maximum practical amount and what are the best practices for accomplishing this? If not, are there any alternatives you can suggest? Thanks!