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Xilinx Auto pin mapping question
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on May 23, 2008
on May 23, 2008 by Souhaibe_Forums
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How does auto-setup (auto-pin mapping) work for Xilinx FPGA's?
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May 23, 2008 2:47 PM
For ATC2 cores created with auto setup enabled, the FPGA dynamic probe application software will automatically determine correct pin mapping without manual intervention. Each pin of the ATC2 core, one at a time, will produce a unique stimulus pattern. The instrument looks for this unique pattern on any of its acquisition channels. When the instrument finds the pattern, it associates that instrument channel with the ATC2 output pin producing it. It then repeats the process for each of the remaining output pins eliminating the need to manually enter probe layout information. Auto-setup, is sometimes referred to as â€œplug & runâ€ as it essentially lets a user plug in a logic analyzer cable and press the run button to take an acquisition.
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