[Suzaku-en:00591] Re: Suzaku SZ130-U00
Azman M. Yusof
Fri May 2 16:12:33 JST 2008
Thanks again for the info. I managed to reprogram the
fpga/flash! I do have a Parallel IV Cable at my lab
(well, it belongs to the school actually ;p). Anyways,
after a few tries, everything is back to normal. Now I
only have to find out what went wrong with the
previous image that I built from the XPS project files
that came with the iso.
I've just found out that I got the wrong docs - my
bad! I copied the 'general' suzaku_s documentation
when there's a sz130 documentation in the same folder.
It's old, but at least I got the correct information
on pins and other stuffs. I guess you're right about
not really needing updated docs at the moment.
--- Mike Thompson <email@hidden> wrote:
> The only JTAG cable I have experience with using on
> CON7 is the Xilinx
> Parallel Cable IV. This is a fairly sophisticated
> and pricey device as
> far as JTAGs cables go and I believe that this cable
> is built to
> correctly accommodates the 2.5V voltage for FPGAs
> (being from Xilinx and
> all). I've had no problem with using the Xilinx
> Parallel Cable IV and
> the Suzaku SZ130, but it does help to create a
> wiring harness that
> interfaces the JTAG pins to the CON7 header. If you
> are using another
> JTAG cable you'll certainly need to check the
> documentation to make sure
> that it can correctly handle voltages other than 5V.
> BTW, the English documentation for the SZ130 is
> indeed fairly old. I
> haven't found a need for updated documentation, but
> it certainly would
> be nice if Atmark Techno updated the English
> documentation to match the
> Japanese documentation. There may be some things on
> the software and
> tools side that may no longer be accurately
> represented in the older
> documentation. If you do find updated
> documentation, please let us know.
> Azman M. Yusof wrote:
> > Hi Mike,
> > thanks for the reply. again, from the docs that i
> > have, the CON7 JTAG is using a 2.5V supply? is
> > going to be a problem? i thought the standard JTAG
> > cable takes in 5V? when i tried using the CON2
> > the 3.3V seems fine - the JTAG cable detected the
> > reference voltage. not sure if that's the right
> > to do... so, I just want to make sure :)
> > cheers,
> > Azman.
> > p/s: can you recommend the latest (and correct)
> > for the SZ130 board? I notice the eng version of
> > hw & sw manuals are pretty outdated.
> > --- Mike Thompson <email@hidden> wrote:
> >> Azman,
> >> For the SZ130, the SPI interface on CON2 is only
> >> programming the
> >> Flash. You can write your bitstream to this
> >> and configure your
> >> FPGA in this manner, but it will only take effect
> >> after you reset the
> >> system. It doesn't provide direct access to the
> >> FPGA.
> >> To get direct access to the FPGA you need to use
> >> CON7 JTAG
> >> connector. With this connector you can get
> >> access to the FPGA
> >> for configuration and debugging purposes using
> >> standard Xilinx
> >> tools. You will need to solder your own six pin
> >> header as this
> >> connector is left unsoldered on the stock SZ130.
> >> Mike Thompson
> >> Azman M. Yusof wrote:
> >>> hi all,
> >>> I have a problem reconfiguring the FPGA on the
> >> SZ130
> >>> board. Bottom line I need to directly configure
> >> the
> >>> FPGA. I believe I should use the SPI interface
> >> instead
> >>> of JTAG? however, the docs that I have seems to
> >> cover
> >>> only configuring using JTAG (lbplay2). how can i
> >> do
> >>> this?
> >>> thanks.
> >>> cheers,
> >>> azman.
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