I am on a project that basically aims following;
P.S. The cycles are triggered by an external sensor connected to a microcontroller. Since power is an issue, all the system elements except the microcontroller including FPGA, ADC and analog signal generator should be sleeping during idle time. A 5 minute-long pulse generated by the microcontroller following each trigger wakes up the system elements. Therefore, the boot-up time of the Ultra96 V2 should be taken into consideration. And it might be switched off a bit later than the other equipment considering the write-up time to the USB.
Besides, it is planned to replace the filled USB storage with an empty one periodically by a non-professional. So it has to be no software update need after each change such as a computer.
I am not an FPGA expert and what I learned so far is a stand-alone FPGA is not able to perform mentioned kind of data processing and transfer. This is a software needed task and I focused on the SoCs for this reason. Then I was advised to look into the Ultra96 V2.
I would like to ask if the mentioned task is feasible to build on an Ultra96 V2 board.
Thanks for your time
Hi Onurk, You can do some absurd acrobatics with V-USB to get the board recognized as a mass storage device - or you can use an Arduino-style USB-to-TTL serial converter that appears as a virtual serial port. You'd need to ship a "flasher" program so the user can put the mp3 file through the serial port.