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I'm trying to communicate with a Digilent JTAG-SMT1 on an older Xilinx KC705 from a Raspberry Pi 3 and I've successfully been able to communicate with it via cmd line. Now I want to convert the 2-wire demo to a 4-wire demo since the SMT1 can only support 4-Wire JTAG. The only problem is that I've had a hard time understanding what the difference between the two is. I just need a push in the right direction since I've gone through the API trying to understand it and I've made very little progress. Thank you for your time.
Hi! I've got an ARTY board and I find the USB connection incredible useful, as it allows to use only one connection to program the FPGA through JTAG while simultaneously act as an USB to serial converter. So, I also bought a JTAG-SMT2-NC to fit into a custom board and it's a very convenient way to program my FPGA, but... is it possible for it to act as the module that fits on the ARTY, and make it be recognized by the PC as a USB-serial converter, using its GPIO pins as the interface with the FPGA, as the ARTY does? That would be really great, but I think it's not possible, is it?