Posedge FPGA Group design a new tiny FPGA programmer than support ISE and Vivado [SDk, Impact and chipscope] fully. the Posedge programmer size is 4x3 Cm. features: - high Speed (30Mbps) - USB interface - full support ISE and Vivado - Micro USB connector Chips support: - Xilinx's FPGAs [SPARTAN، VIRTEX, ARTIX, KINTEX] - Xilinx Zynq-7000 - Xilinx CoolRunner™/CoolRunner-II CPLDs - Xilinx Platform Flash ISP configuration PROMs - SPI PROM - BPI PROM price is 20$ only for more info please visit this link: http://posedge.ir/product/%D9%BE%D8%B1%D9%88%DA%AF%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%B1-fpga-posedge-jtag-hs2/
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Ganz schön mutig da drauf zu klicken... :-)
Ich klicke auf alles was nicht bei 3 aufm Baum ist. Nur diese komischen Schriftzeichen am Ende der URL konnte man nicht von rechts nach links löschen. Aber auch http://posedge.ir ist kaputt. Ein Vorbote vom Brexit?
The problem will be solved soon
>Ganz schön mutig da drauf zu klicken... :-) Browser in einer VM benutzen?
the license fee for the FTDI cost 10$ (payable to Digilent Inc), if you are legal business how can you sell the product for 20$ ? You must have very low margin then, really low!
Hi, i am programming XCF02S which is part of a Jtag chain that includes 3 devices (only 1 should be programmed) I could program the device by ignoring the TDO. when I open the XCF02S.bsdl with the Boundary scan tool i receive an error 09:29:06 - Exception: '' is not a valid integer value do I need a special format or what should I do to program the device correctly (including the TDO)
First of all: start a NEW thread for a NEW question. And when starting a new thread, read your description as if you don't know anything about your problem. Check whether you gave enough information to help. If not: add it. BSDL File wrote: > i am programming XCF02S which is part of a Jtag chain that includes 3 > devices (only 1 should be programmed) What programming tool? What programming toolchain? > with the Boundary scan tool What tool? > I could program the device by ignoring the TDO. Who says that? What means "could" in this context? CAN you or WOULD you like to?