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Migration from HDL reference design for linux operation

Question asked by superco on Feb 1, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 2, 2015 by rejeesh


I am interested in utilizing my KC705 and highspeed DAC EV boards (such as AD9739A and AD9129) for my communication signal generation.

I can find that the AD9739A has HDL reference design (non-OS version) (AD9739A Native FMC Card / Xilinx Reference Designs [Analog Devices Wiki]) but I am more interested in operating it via iio-oscilloscope because of the user interface for waveform loading.

So I wonder if anyone help me to guide steps on how to make it work with iio-oscilloscope from the HDL reference design documents.

I found a guide on how to build the HDL design (ADI Reference Designs HDL User Guide [Analog Devices Wiki])

but it stopped there.. Somewhat further steps to make it work with the linux OS would be beneficial..

I work on the circuit industry and have been thinking as a fast learner, but now I feel kind of lost in the FPGA area for months... People like me would appreciate if being helped.

One 'full step guide' would be enough to migrate to another devices.


Thank you.