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  1. Hi all, I'm trying to connect a MIPI camera (Rpi camera v2) to the Digilent Nexys-4 DDR board through the JXADC connector. Since these pins are routed for differential signaling, the JXADC connector seemed the best option for this, but I soon ran into a couple of problems though: - the JXADC pins are not connected to any clock input pins on the Artix-7, so I get placement errors when trying to connect the MIPI clock lane to these pins. I found out there is only 1 P-version clock input pin available on all the PMODs, namely JB10 (which connects to H16 on the Artix-7), so I trie
  2. jmh

    Basys3:xadcdemo question

    I've implemented the Basys3 xdcdemo project. On the webpage https://reference.digilentinc.com/basys3:xadcdemo it says "For this demo, the AD6, 7, 14 and 15 pins are used on the JXADC header, I thought the pins were numbered 1 through 12. How am I supposed to connect the voltage I'm measuring? Also, how much volts can I input safely? Thanks very much, John