I checked the wiki page and could not find any source for building the firmware image on Windows. Is there a way to achieve this with Windows 10? Moreover, is it necessary to do this in order to program ARM core of Pluto? If so, after building firmware image, what should I do to run code examples like https://wiki.analog.com/university/tools/pluto/controlling_the_transceiver_and_transferring_data ?
Thanks for your time.
Thank you for your clarification. Regarding USB OTG, for example if we want to execute a C code that calculates FFT of sampled waveform and updates oscillator frequency accordingly, can we just include C code with the USB memory and refer it with a shell script? Thanks in advance
Here is an example program: https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/plutosdr_scripts/blob/master/power_check.c
Makefile (arm target): https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/plutosdr_scripts/blob/master/makefile
Start script: https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/plutosdr_scripts/blob/master/runme0.sh
One final question. Can we build the firmware image by using USB port of PLUTO or should we use empty JTAG pins on the board?
Thanks in advance
You can update the firmware from the data USB port (left port).