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RoseAce : FPGA programming

Afeter correcting some hardware errors, we spend the two previous days working on programming the FPGA. Now, we are able to command the GPIO of the gumstix and, the program JAM STAPL uwhich we use for programming the FPGA is ported on our system. FPGA answer to the gumstix when programming program is started but, for a reason we don’t know for the moment, 0 device are detected on the JTAG chain.

Jeremy Sauget

RoseAce : FPGA programming and simulation

Because of our problem with the GPMC to communicate with the FPGA, we probably will command a new board. So, befoe buying a new board, we want to test if the FPGA programming (which does not use the GPMC but 4 GPIO to communicate with the JTAG ports of the FPGA) is working. So today,I worked on porting the software (jam STAPL )on out system (software which probably did not work on a system before I modify it). Now, the software is compiling and, tomorrow I will try to run it on the gumstix.

I began to debug the general system on the FPGA too but not a lot.

Jeremy Sauget