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vivado:getting-started-with-ipi:start [2019/03/29 19:57] (current)
James Colvin [4. Create a Simple Block Design]
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 === 4.7 === === 4.7 ===
 +In the Board tab, right click on the **USB UART** and select **Connect Board Component**.
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 +=== 4.8 ===
 +In the **Connect Board Component** dialog, make sure to select the **AXI Uartlite** variant of the IP. 
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 +Click **OK** to continue.
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 +=== 4.9 ===
 Click **Run Connection Automation** in the green bar at the top of the block design diagram pane. Click **Run Connection Automation** in the green bar at the top of the block design diagram pane.
  
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-=== 4.===+=== 4.10 ===
 Click the **Add IP** button ({{:​vivado:​getting_started_with_zynq:​buttons:​add-ip.png|}}) and search for '​MicroBlaze'​. Select **MicroBlaze** from the list of results and press **Enter** on the keyboard to continue. Click the **Add IP** button ({{:​vivado:​getting_started_with_zynq:​buttons:​add-ip.png|}}) and search for '​MicroBlaze'​. Select **MicroBlaze** from the list of results and press **Enter** on the keyboard to continue.
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-=== 4.===+=== 4.11 ===
 Click **Run Block Automation** in the green bar at the top of the screen. This will launch a dialog that allows initial configuration of the MicroBlaze and several different IP cores that are key to the function of the design. Click **Run Block Automation** in the green bar at the top of the screen. This will launch a dialog that allows initial configuration of the MicroBlaze and several different IP cores that are key to the function of the design.
  
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-=== 4.10 ===+=== 4.12 ===
 In order to connect the Uartlite and GPIO peripherals to the MicroBlaze block, click **Run Connection Automation**. In order to connect the Uartlite and GPIO peripherals to the MicroBlaze block, click **Run Connection Automation**.
 Similarly to the Run Block Automation dialog, the pane to the left of the dialog contains a list of things that can be automated. In this case, the AXI connections for axi_gpio_0 and axi_uartlite_0,​ as well as the external reset port of the MicroBlaze'​s reset clocking wizard, are available. Similarly to the Run Block Automation dialog, the pane to the left of the dialog contains a list of things that can be automated. In this case, the AXI connections for axi_gpio_0 and axi_uartlite_0,​ as well as the external reset port of the MicroBlaze'​s reset clocking wizard, are available.