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Continuing on from the previous PYNQ-Z2 Workshop blogs, this blog continues to investigate the topics covered in the Element 14 PYNQ-Z2 Workshop series led by Adam Taylor, where we took an introductory look at the PYNQ-Z2 development board produced by the Tul Corporation.   In this blog I explore using AXI GPIO from within Jupyter Notebooks to interact with logic designs implemented within the FPGA fabric.   In a previous blog PYNQ-Z2 Workshop - PS GPIO I created four logic gates usi ...
Continuing on from the previous PYNQ-Z2 Workshop blogs, this blog continues to investigate the topics covered in the Element 14 PYNQ-Z2 Workshop series led by Adam Taylor, where we took an introductory look at the PYNQ-Z2 development board produced by the Tul Corporation.   In this blog I explore using PS GPIO (EMIO) from within Jupyter Notebooks to interact with logic designs implemented within the FPGA fabric.   The motivation for this started a while back when I was looking at int ...
Continuing on from the previous PYNQ-Z2 Workshop - Session 1 blog,  this blog continues to investigate the topics covered in the Element 14 workshop session PYNQ-Z2 Workshop: Getting Started with PYNQ led by Adam Taylor, where we took an introductory look at the PYNQ-Z2 development board produced by the Tul Corporation.   Previously I had looked at using the logictools overlay and more specifically the Pattern Generator and Trace Analyzer in relation to a 4-bit gray code. This time I' ...
Continuing on from the first workshop in the series, this Element 14 workshop session PYNQ-Z2 Workshop: Getting Up and Running with PYNQ builds upon what was previously learnt about working with the PYNQ framework on the Tul Corporation PYNQ-Z2 development board.   The lab exercise this time was to create a custom PYNQ overlay using Xilinx Vivado and then to use it in a PYNQ project running in Jupyter Notebooks on the PYNQ-Z2 development board.   The design borrowed existing code f ...
PYNQ-Z2: Embedded Vision Workshop Series with Adam Taylor   Getting Started | Getting Up and Running  | Unlocking Your Inner PYNQ Hero  | Project14 | PYNQ Workshop   I recently participated in this Element 14 workshop session https://www.element14.com/community/events/5504/l/pynq-z2-workshop-getting-started-with-pynq-win-a-500-gift-card-for-your-embedded-vision-project led by Adam Taylor, where we took an introductory look at the PYNQ-Z2 development board produced by t ...
First outing with an entry-level Keysight Technologies Infiniivision  EDUX1002A digital storage oscilloscope Keysight EDUX1002A   The particular task chosen was to look at the DMX 512 protocol generated from a Chauvet Xpress 512 DMX lighting controller. https://www.chauvetdj.com/products/xpress-512/   For those unfamiliar with the DMX 512 protocol it is a serial protocol developed back in 1986 and commonly used in the entertainments lighting industry. It most commonly runs on ...
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tempus fugit

Posted by beacon_dave Mar 13, 2017
tempus fugit - time flies   Joined the Element14 community one year ago today... ...