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  1. Dear All, I have currently finished a PL program for signal processing and hardware controlling on the Zybo Z7010 board. Now, I want to ensure that some parameters can be easily modified by the user on a computer. Thus, I would like to use the USB -- micro-USB cable to instaure a communication between the user and the board. After some reading, I understand that I have to use the PS if I want to go through the micro-USB UART port (I have not yet used the PS in my project...). Hence, I need two things: - Instantiating the UART interface and writing the C/C++ script to e
  2. Dear All, "I'm working with Vivado 2018.3 and a Zybo Z7020 board" I write here because I have a very strange problem in a project that I have been developing in the past months. Namely, I've been writing a verilog code to run on a Z7020 board. This code takes user input as parameters (that are hence hard-coded) and everything works fine with this project (no errors or not understandable warnings...) Now, my job is to make sure that these so-colled parameters can be changed through a serial connection from a laptop. Hence, I've packaged my module in an IP and connected it to
  3. Hi everyone, I am currently working with a Zybo Z7010 board on Vivado 2018.3 and am trying to implement a memory access in both reading and writing modes. More precisely, I'd like to enable the user to enter a number of coordinates that define a random waveform (sine table...) and to store it somewhere so that the PL can access it in reading mode and display it through a DAC. Please note that it is essential that the reading process is fast for further applications. Now, have been reading many things but I'm a little confused about the "different types of memories that exist". I
  4. Hi everyone, After having succesfully managed to use de XADC of the Zybo Z7010 board as explained in this post, I am now trying to use a DAC Pmod (reference and documentation here). After having checked the documentation, I have tried to write the SPI connection to the DAC (please find the verilog file and simulation in the attached files). Note, that I have decided to set the l_dac signal to 0 to enable continuous output to an oscilloscope. The simulation seems to run well to me and to be in accordance with the documentation, however, the result is not satisfactory. I
  5. Hi, Problem : I am new to FPGA and I would need to understand how to read an Analog input through the XADC to analyze it on the board and then be able to accordingly output a trigger for other machines. One simple thing that I would try to do for the time being is to read in the analog signal and wire it to a led so that I could effectively see the code is working. How do I do that ? Finally, one extra constraint is that I have to limit as much as possible the use of the Zynq processor (I'm not really sure this is achievable, please excuse my lack of knowledge).