I currently have IIO Oscilloscope running on my CentOS connected to Arria 10 + ADRV9371-W/PCBZ via Ethernet port.
When I try to open a profile ADRV9371-W_test.ini, I got this error message:
Unhandled tokens in section [IIO Oscilloscope - Capture Window1], line: 26: axi-ad9371-rx-obs-hpc.expanded = 1
I also saw some error messages in iio-terminal:
# ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_setupTempSensor()ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_startTempMeasurement()ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_readTempSensor()ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_readTempSensor()ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_setupTempSensor()ERROR: 0: MYKONOS_startTempMeasurement()
Has anyone seen this ?
How do I check if this device tree works with the HDL version that I am using ?
I guess the number after "@" is the memory-mapped address. What should I compare these with ?
We'll do a test too. I would definitely use the "master" branch instead of the "qpro_master" one, but we'll let you know the result of our test.
We're making progress!!
After I change HDL and linux's branches to "master" (and install Quartus Pro 19.3), the axi-ad9371-tx-hpc and axi-ad9371-rx-hpc got probed. Here is what…
What version of IIO Oscilloscope are you using for this ?
I am using this
This is likely related to this issue: https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/iio-oscilloscope/issues/178
DNechita can you take a look?
Nickbiz we usually do not recommend end-users run these ini tests. They are part of some production tests on versions of IIO-Scope that are ancient. Some even require custom hardware.
I am looking for a quick way to test my setup, for example, streaming data via ethernet port from a Linux PC to Arria 10 + ADRV9371 and loopback to the PC. Or something in that nature.
Do you have any suggestion ?
There is testing we do in python and MATLAB:
Python will try to auto-discover boards or you can provide a uri to the pytest command line "--uri=<board uri>"
MATLAB you can modify the uri at the top of the test.