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reference:programmable-logic:pltw-s7:reference-manual [2018/06/08 18:24]
Arthur Brown [7 DIP Headers]
reference:programmable-logic:pltw-s7:reference-manual [2018/07/11 22:13] (current)
Martha [PLTW S7 Reference Manual]
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 An onboard status LED (LD6) provides visual feedback on traffic flowing through the port. An onboard status LED (LD6) provides visual feedback on traffic flowing through the port.
  
-The FT2232HQ is also used as the controller for the Digilent USB-JTAG circuitry, but the USB-UART and USB-JTAG functions behave ​netirely independant ​of one another. Programmers interested in using the UART functionality of the FT2232 within their designs do not need to worry about the JTAG circuitry interfering with the UART data transfers, and vice-versa. The combination of these two features into a single device allows the PLTW S7 to be programmed, communicated with via UART, and powered from a computer attached with a single Micro USB cable.+The FT2232HQ is also used as the controller for the Digilent USB-JTAG circuitry, but the USB-UART and USB-JTAG functions behave ​entirely independent ​of one another. Programmers interested in using the UART functionality of the FT2232 within their designs do not need to worry about the JTAG circuitry interfering with the UART data transfers, and vice-versa. The combination of these two features into a single device allows the PLTW S7 to be programmed, communicated with via UART, and powered from a computer attached with a single Micro USB cable.
  
 The connections between the FT2232HQ and the Spartan-7 are shown in Figure 5.1. Signal names that imply direction are from the point-of-view of the DTE (Data Terminal Equipment), in this case, a PC connected to the Micro USB port. The connections between the FT2232HQ and the Spartan-7 are shown in Figure 5.1. Signal names that imply direction are from the point-of-view of the DTE (Data Terminal Equipment), in this case, a PC connected to the Micro USB port.