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Request Explicit Bitstream build instructions for ADV7511 demo for KC705

Question asked by ShepardSiegel on Oct 23, 2012
Latest reply on Oct 23, 2012 by ShepardSiegel

The ADV7511 demo has great utility towards a high-volume application we are developing. The pre-built bitstream included in the tarball loaded into our KC705 and works perfectly. Fine. Great, actually!

 

However, the process of rebuilding the bitstream from scratch; and in specific the software compilation of the uBlaze C codes and re-integration with the bitstream is not obvious to us. We've made bit streams; but suspect the BRAMs are not populated with the correct (if any?) code.

 

We have ISE 14.1, 14.2, and 14.3 loaded; but have been using ISE 14.1 as that seems to be the release the design was first built for.

 

Xilinx gives clear direction on methodology in their UG683; but this project (like many others) seems to stray from that path.

 

Can someone provide a basic step-by-step so that we can create a functional demo bitstream from source; instead of just using the pre-built bitstream. This is urgent and important.

 

Thank you. -Shep Siegel

 

extra credit (not as urgent):

  a) Same thing, but for zed-board Zynq platform

  b) Both platforms; but using Vivado tools and Xilinx methodology

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