Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Post as a guest Name. You can compile kotku. Alternatively, you can select three GPIO at 3. The answer is corrected, thanks. Amplifier Yamaha RX-V not turning on How do i check whether an I2C device works?
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Altera DE1 Installation guide
This page has been accessedtimes. Post as a guest Name. The final stage is to load the Zet Hardware image kotku. You can’t monitor the frequency, this requires an oscilloscope You can compile kotku. You will need to register with Altera to get the software but this is not onerous and the Web Edition is free of charge. Sign up using Facebook.
AC motor brake system You should familiarise yourself with the DE1 before attempting to load the Zet project in to your DE1. If you are using Windows, you can use the program Winimage to copy the hard disk image c.
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Alternatively, you can select three GPIO at 3. Ksb projects that load in to the DE1 can be loaded from Windows or Linux, but some of the companion software that goes with the projects only works on Windows hosts at the time of writing this. Nevertheless you’ll most likely have faster success by using the plain old RS exposed by DE1.
Dec 248: Sign up using Email and Password. The Flash chip is not directly connected to the built in programming hardware of the DE1 so the only way to program it is to load the FPGA with a hardware image that allows the programming hardware to tunnel through the FPGA and program the Aptera chip.
I have searched for specific instructions online, but so far I have found nothing. It does not specify how to access the data coming from the USB. Unfortunately, this guide specifies only how to instantiate a USB OTG port and how to connect its clock to the top-level design.
Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Heat sinks, Part 2: The Zet hardware image does not have this capability so a hardware image that is capable of doing this is required. Thanks for the answer! This guide is intended for the Altera DE1 board, which is one of the boards supported at the moment.
Monitoring values is done via SignalTap.