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Can't find IIO devices for KC705 and FMCOMMS3

Question asked by nusym on Oct 12, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 16, 2017 by mhennerich

Hi, I've been looking through the forums but I'm haven't been able to resolve my issue. I'm using Windows 10 for my host device. I've followed these steps to try to connect the IIO scope with my transceiver:

 

1. Connected the JTAG and FMCOMM3 to KC705 to load the bitfile and the microblaze image contained within the zip filekc705_fmcomms2-3_2015_r2.zip following this guide: AD-FMCOMMS2-EBZ Microblaze Quick Start Guide [Analog Devices Wiki] using the Xilinx SDK.

 

2. Connected the UART cord and installed a USB-to-UART driver from Silicon Labs on com port 9 with the 115200 baud and 8N1 and was able to run commands on the microblaze shell. 

 

3. Downloaded the most recent exe from IIO Oscilloscope [Analog Devices Wiki] and plugged in an ethernet cord and changed eth0 to an address I can ping to. 

 

The IIOD process is running on my target, and I can find my device on the IIO scope connect prompt but it says no iio devices were found. What went wrong?

 

Thanks.

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