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reference:programmable-logic:eclypse-z7:start [2020/01/15 00:02]
Arthur Brown [Tutorials, Guides, and Documentation for the Eclypse Platform]
reference:programmable-logic:eclypse-z7:start [2020/07/24 16:28] (current)
Arthur Brown [Example Projects]
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 | Bullet = 2 SYZYGY Standard Interfaces for high-speed data transfer in modular systems | Bullet = 2 SYZYGY Standard Interfaces for high-speed data transfer in modular systems
 | Bullet = 2 Pmod connectors for additional system modularity | Bullet = 2 Pmod connectors for additional system modularity
-| Bullet = 1 GB DDR3L with 32-bit bus @ 1066 Mhz+| Bullet = 1 GB DDR3L with 32-bit bus @ 1066 MT/s
 | Bullet = USB and Ethernet connectivity | Bullet = USB and Ethernet connectivity
 | Bullet = Programmable from JTAG, Quad-SPI flash, and microSD card | Bullet = Programmable from JTAG, Quad-SPI flash, and microSD card
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 | Block RAM = 630 KB | Block RAM = 630 KB
 | DSP Slices = 220 | DSP Slices = 220
-| Clock Resources = Zynq PLL with 4 outputs \\ 4 PLLs \\ 4 MMCMs \\ 125 MHz external clock +| Clock Resources = Zynq PLL with 4 outputs \\ 4 PLLs \\ 4 MMCMs \\ 125 <​nowiki>​MHz</​nowiki> ​external clock 
-| Internal ADC = Dual-channel,​ 1 MSPS+| Internal ​<​nowiki>​ADC</​nowiki> ​= Dual-channel,​ 1 MSPS
  
 | Header = Connectivity | Header = Connectivity
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 | Header = Memories | Header = Memories
-| DDR3 = 1024 MB / 1066 Mbps +| DDR3 = 1024 <​nowiki>​MB</​nowiki> ​/ 1066 MT/s 
-| QSPI Flash = 16 MB+| QSPI Flash = 16 <​nowiki>​MB</​nowiki>​
 | SD = microSD card connector | SD = microSD card connector
  
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   * {{reference:​programmable-logic:​eclypse-z7:​eclypse_z7_sch.pdf|Eclypse Z7 Schematic}}   * {{reference:​programmable-logic:​eclypse-z7:​eclypse_z7_sch.pdf|Eclypse Z7 Schematic}}
   * {{https://​digilent.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/​resources/​programmable-logic/​eclypse/​Eclypse-PMCU-Specification-Public.pdf|Eclypse Platform MCU Specification}}   * {{https://​digilent.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/​resources/​programmable-logic/​eclypse/​Eclypse-PMCU-Specification-Public.pdf|Eclypse Platform MCU Specification}}
 +  * {{:​reference:​programmable-logic:​eclypse-z7:​decutil.1.pdf|Digilent Eclypse Utility (decutil) Manual}}
 +    * //The Digilent Eclypse Utility is a command line tool available within Digilent-provided Linux system images that allows the user to communicate with the Eclypse PMCU.//
 +  * {{ :​reference:​programmable-logic:​eclypse-z7:​eclypse_z7_enclosure_assembly_guide.pdf | Eclypse Z7 Enclosure Assembly Guide}}
  
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 +===== Example Projects =====
  
 +There are three categories of example project available for the Eclypse Z7, //Petalinux Software Projects//, //Baremetal Software Projects//, and //​Standalone Hardware Projects//.
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 +  * //Petalinux Software Projects// target an Eclypse running a Linux <​nowiki>​OS</​nowiki>​ from an SD card, and at minimum require Xilinx SDK and a prebuilt Linux image to be built and run on the board. Changes to the hardware design require the use of Vivado and Petalinux to build the hardware and reconfigure the <​nowiki>​OS</​nowiki>​ for the modifications.
 +  * //Baremetal Software Projects// use the Zynq Processing System (PS) and Programmable Logic (PL), and at minimum require Xilinx SDK and a prebuilt hardware handoff file (HDF) to be built and run on the board. Changes to the hardware design require the use of Vivado to modify and build the new new hardware, and to export a new HDF.
 +  * //​Standalone Hardware Projects// use only the Zynq Programmable Logic (PL), and require Vivado to be built and run on the board.
 +
 +The table below lists each demo available for the Eclypse Z7:
 +
 +^ Demo Name ^ Type of Project ^ Description ^ Setup Instructions ^
 +| Zmod <​nowiki>​ADC</​nowiki>​ Demo | Baremetal and Petalinux Software | Captures data from the <​nowiki>​ADC</​nowiki>​ and writes it out to a file and standard out. | Found in Section 3 of the [[reference:​zmod:​zmodbaselibraryuserguide]] |
 +| Zmod <​nowiki>​DAC</​nowiki>​ Demo | Baremetal and Petalinux Software | Outputs a ramp waveform through one of the <​nowiki>​DAC</​nowiki>​ channels. | Found in Section 3 of the [[reference:​zmod:​zmodbaselibraryuserguide]] |
 +| Out-of-Box Demo | Baremetal Software | Programmed into Flash during manufacturing. Can be used to ensure that the board is functional. | Found in the [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​Eclypse-Z7-HW/​tree/​oob/​master|OOB Demo's Github README]] |
 +| Low Level Zmod <​nowiki>​ADC</​nowiki>​ + <​nowiki>​DAC</​nowiki>​ Demo | Standalone Hardware | Captures data from the <​nowiki>​ADC</​nowiki>,​ and outputs the result of passing that signal through a FIR filter through the <​nowiki>​DAC</​nowiki>​. | [[reference:​programmable-logic:​eclypse-z7:​low_level_zmod_adc_dac]] |
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 ===== Tutorials, Guides, and Documentation for the Eclypse Platform ===== ===== Tutorials, Guides, and Documentation for the Eclypse Platform =====
  
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   * [[:​vivado:​getting-started-with-ipi:​start]]   * [[:​vivado:​getting-started-with-ipi:​start]]
-    * This tutorial covers the creation of a basic baremetal application that blinks an LED. Vivado IPI is used to design the system and Xilinx SDK is used to develop the application.+    * This tutorial covers the creation of a basic baremetal application that blinks an <​nowiki>​LED</​nowiki>​. Vivado IPI is used to design the system and Xilinx SDK is used to develop the application.
   * [[learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​vivado-hierarchical-blocks:​start]]   * [[learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​vivado-hierarchical-blocks:​start]]
     * This tutorial covers the addition of a hierarchical block supporting a specific peripheral, whether Pmod or Zmod, to an existing IPI design, adding required library source files to a baremetal Xilinx SDK application project, and running an example on the board.     * This tutorial covers the addition of a hierarchical block supporting a specific peripheral, whether Pmod or Zmod, to an existing IPI design, adding required library source files to a baremetal Xilinx SDK application project, and running an example on the board.
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 === Additional Guides === === Additional Guides ===
   * [[:​vivado:​getting_started:​start]]   * [[:​vivado:​getting_started:​start]]
-    * This tutorial covers the creation of a basic design that blinks an LED, written in an RTL language. The processor is not used.+    * This tutorial covers the creation of a basic design that blinks an <​nowiki>​LED</​nowiki>​, written in an RTL language. The processor is not used.
   * [[learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​pmod-ips:​start]]   * [[learn:​programmable-logic:​tutorials:​pmod-ips:​start]]
     * This tutorial covers the basics of Pmod IPs, Creating a simple Vivado IPI design and Xilinx SDK application to run an example on the board. Pmod IPs are not supported by default in Petalinux.     * This tutorial covers the basics of Pmod IPs, Creating a simple Vivado IPI design and Xilinx SDK application to run an example on the board. Pmod IPs are not supported by default in Petalinux.
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 ===== Additional Resources ===== ===== Additional Resources =====
   * [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​Eclypse-Z7-OOB|Eclypse Z7 Out-of-Box Demo (GitHub)]]   * [[https://​github.com/​Digilent/​Eclypse-Z7-OOB|Eclypse Z7 Out-of-Box Demo (GitHub)]]
-  * {{eclypsez7_pcbas_a4b.pdf|Mechanical Diagrams for the Eclypse Z7}}+  * {{eclypsez7_pcbas_a5.pdf|Mechanical Diagrams for the Eclypse Z7}}
  
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