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Path to Programmable

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Note: This is part 4 of a series on working with FPGAs and in particular the Xilinx Zynq-7000S Programmable System-on-Chip with ARM Cortex-A9 processing core. For part 1, click here: Xilinx ZYNQ System-on-Chip - Getting to know the MiniZed Board For all parts, click here: Path to Programmable   Introduction Using Tcl Tcl Basics Basic Stuff Doing maths Using if-else statements Using while statements Using for loops File input/output Saving and Recreati ...
Note: This is part 3 of a series on working with FPGAs and in particular the Xilinx Zynq-7000S Programmable System-on-Chip with ARM Cortex-A9 processing core. For all parts, click here: Path to Programmable   For part 1, click here: Xilinx ZYNQ System-on-Chip - Getting to know the MiniZed Board For part 2, click here: Xilinx ZYNQ - Blog 2 - Getting Code Running on the SoC   Introduction Establishing a Design Process/Work Flow Configuring SPI Flash and USB Configuring ...
Note: This is part 2 of a series on working with FPGAs and in particular the Xilinx Zynq-7000S Programmable System-on-Chip with ARM Cortex-A9 processing core. For part 1, click here: Xilinx ZYNQ System-on-Chip - Getting to know the MiniZed Board For all parts, click here: Path to Programmable   Introduction Creating an Example Project Zynq-7000 Programmable Logic and DSP Scale Exploring Vivado Adding the Processor System Configuring the Processing System Configur ...
Introduction The Path to Programmable training course is intended to help users get up-to-speed using Xilinx parts containing programmable logic and an ARM application processor core inside. These parts are known as Xilinx Programmable System-on-Chip or SoCs. The Xilinx ZYNQ-7000 series is their cost-optimized range.   Using a programmable SoC in theory can make a lot of sense for certain embedded use-cases, because it can act a lot like a custom processor chip. The programmable logic can ...