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Altera FPGA dynamic probe triggering and pinout question
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on Apr 2, 2008
on Apr 2, 2008 by Souhaibe_Forums
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What triggering resources are available with the FPGA dynamic probe?and what special pinouts are required by FPGA dynamic probe?
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Apr 2, 2008 3:22 PM
The full trigger resources of the Agilent logic analyzer being used are available. Specific triggering depends on the logic analyzer module and use model. (timing, state, special probing)
As far as the pinouts go, No special pinouts are required. The FPGA dynamic probe includes a graphical feature called pin mapping. This feature lets you visually tell the tool how the FPGA physical pins that carry the MUX output are connected to the logic analyzer. If you are using a traditional probing connection, such as a Mictor or Samtec connector, or a soft touch probe, the graphic lets you specify the location of each LAI output and which logic analysis cable is connected to this probe.
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