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  1. Hello, I have a Nexys Video and a Digilent Sevent Segment Display PMOD. I want to drive the Sevent Segment Display using the Nexys Video. The only two matching PMOD headers are JB and JC but they are are marked on the manual (https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/programmable-logic/nexys-video/reference-manual) as "differential". However, on the Digilent provided XDC constraints file, the pins are individually controllable and marked as LVCMOS33. Can I use those pins as normal single ended PMOD to drive the seven segment display? Thanks!
  2. Do you need a board to board data interface because you've run out of IO or need a high speed PC interface? Interested in learning about how to deal with multiple clock domains? Just want to learn VHDL or the HDL design source flow? Do you want to stream your Arty A7 with ADC PMOD samples to a PC but don't have a suitable interface? Keep reading... Here's a project to try out and study. Zygot revisits the differential PMOD to find a use for it. Is this a new Differential PMOD Challenge? There's only one way to find out. HighSpeedUartInf_Rev1.zip