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  1. I want to use GNU RADIO to design an RF signal receiving circuit. For this I plan to use an FPGA card in the baseband section of the circuit (to handle the decimation and, if possible, to convert analogue to digital signal). My doubt lies in knowing if it is possible to communicate the FPGA card to the GNU RADIO application directly or if necessary from an external program. At this point it should be noted that I work in windows 10. I'm quite new on the subject of FPGA and GNU RADIO. I would really be grateful if you help me with this problem. The card is a Xilinx Zynq-7000 Developmet Board, the Z-7010, its features are best seen on the next page https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/programmable-logic/zybo/reference-manual Suggestions for design changes are welcome. In advance thanks for the help.
  2. I just received my JTAG-HS3 Rev A programming cable and if I plug it into my windows 10 machine I don't see anything unique showing up in the device manager. I know something is popping on and off because I can hear the device attached and device detached sounds from windows. So what should it show up as?