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Question asked by jsanch on Apr 24, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 8, 2015 by CsomI



I am having trouble connecting the ADI IIO Oscilloscope to my platform and device.  I am following this guide:  Here is the hardware I am using. 


Xilinx VC707 Kit


Micro USB Cable for JTAG connection

Micro USB Cable for UART connection

Ethernet cable


1) I have the VC707 Kit connected to a laptop running Windows 7 Pro SP1 (64-bit).

2) I am using Vivado 2014.4.

3) I downloaded today (Apr 24 2015) and unzipped.

4) I opened the Vivado 2014.4 TcL Shell and typed:

Vivado% xmd -tcl run.tcl

5) It loaded the bit file and the image.  The last few lines in the TcL Shell say:

Setting PC with Program Start Address 0x80000000

Processor started. Type “stop” to stop processor

RUNNING> Disconnected from Target 0

6) I can see the messages from the UART using PuTTY. The last lines are:

Welcome to Buildroot

Buildroot login:

7) I downloaded IIO Oscilloscope (OSC) for Win32 & Win64 (2014_R2 Alpha Pre-Release) adi-osc-setup.exe today (Apr 24 2015) and installed it on the laptop.

8) I launched the Oscope Application and went to Settings → Connect.  The Local Device option is grayed out.

9) I connected an Ethernet cable from the VC707 to the laptop.

10) I typed in the address (shown on the LCD screen of the VC707) in the IP addr:port box.

11) I clicked Refresh and under IIO Devices it says “No iio devices found”.


Am I missing a step?


Thank you for your help,