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  1. Hi, We are designing our custom pcb and taking arty-7 35 for reference. We have purchased JTAG HS2 cable and connected this to J8 connector of arty-7 35T FPGA. We have given power supply using adaptor. We are able to program arty7-35 in vivado hardware manager with both .bin and .bit file by changing jumpers for configuration type. We are following arty-7 programming guide for flash memory configuration. Our doubt is will these steps works if we design our custom PCB with same sets of components? Apart from that is there any dependacy of J8 connector with digilent proprietary USB JTAG circuit?
  2. Theo

    Damaged HS2 cable?

    I wonder if I have encountered the same issue as Mojy with my Digilent HS2 JTAG cable. I raise the question again because it looks like the question was answered, but by a private communication. I'm running Red Had Linux 7.4. I've installed the Adept Runtime and Utilities packages. Previously, running djtgcfg enum had listed the HS2 device. Now, it does not. However, the lsusb utility recognizes the device as Future Technology Devices International, Ltd FT232H Single HS USB-UART/FIFO IC I see that this is the bridge chip inside the HS2. I think Mojy's original assessment of lost EEPROM may be correct. Can you help? Thanks, Theo