The UltraZed-EV Carrier Card supports the UltraZed-EV™ System-on-Module (SOM), providing easy access to the full 152 user I/O, 26 PS MIO, 4 PS GTR transceivers, and 16 GTH transceivers available from the UltraZed-EV SOM via three Micro Headers. Two 200-pin Micro Headers on the carrier card mate with the UltraZed-EV SOM, connecting 152 of the UltraZed-EV Programmable Logic (PL) I/O along with 16 GTH transceivers to FMC HPC slot, LVDS Touch Panel interface, SFP+ interface, HDMI In/Out, 3G-SDI In/Out, push button switches, DIP switches, LEDs, Xilinx SYSMON, clock generators, and 2 Digilent Pmod™ compatible interfaces.
The UltraZed-EV Carrier Card also uses a 120-pin Micro Header to gain access to the UltraZed-EV SOM Processing System (PS) MIO and GTR transceiver pins as well as USB 2.0 and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The UltraZed-EV SOM PS MIO and GTR pins are used on the UltraZed-EV Carrier Card to implement the microSD card, PMOD, USB 2.0/3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA host, Display Port, PCIe Root Port, dual USB-UART, user LED and switch, and MAC Address device interfaces. The UltraZed-EV Carrier Card also provides several power rails to the UltraZed- EV SOM including the 12V main input voltage, user selectable bank voltages for the PL I/O (VCCOs), and the necessary voltages for the GTR and GTH transceivers. The UltraZed-EV Carrier Card is a great vehicle for validating the UltraZed-EV SOM and provides an excellent starting point for creating your own UltraZed-EV custom carrier card.
First shipments of the UltraZed-EV Carrier Card will be included in the UltraZed-EV Starter Kit, with delivery expected mid-summer 2018.
Bill of Materials
Board Definition Files
UltraZed EV Carrier Card FAT
UltraZed-EV PCIe Root Complex Test Tutorial PetaLinux 2017.4
SDSoC Baremetal Platform - Xilinx Matrix Multiply Example
SDSoC PetaLinux Platform - Xilinx Matrix Multiply Example
UltraZed-EV Master User Constraint List
UltraZed-EV Ethernet Performance Test Tutorial
Zynq UltraScale+ Measure networking performance when using an embedded operating system on the Avnet UltraZed-EV SOM + EV Carrier development board.
UltraZed-EV SATA Performance Test Tutorial
Description: Zynq UltraScale+ SATA drive read/write performance tests on the Avnet UltraZed-EV SOM + EV Carrier development board.
Out-of-Box Designs Ultrazed-EV Carrier Card
This is the software and hardware platform, boot files, Linux kernel and RAMdisk that are provided on the pre-installed SD card.
PetaLinux Board Support Packages
Compressed PetaLinux BSPs for Avnet Zynq system platforms.
Development Using Ubuntu Desktop Linux
These tutorials provide a means to integrate several different technologies on a single platform. Using the Avnet target boards, we have the power of ARM processors, combined with the unrivaled flexibility of Xilinx programmable logic to implement custom hardware systems. We use a Linux kernel as the foundation operating system running on the processor cores which enables a very large ecosystem of software to be run on our development kits. Virtual machines can provide a very convenient Ubuntu development environment for building the hardware platform and cross-compiling software to target the Processing System.