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Observer kelvinkalariya
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Registered: ‎05-31-2017

Vivado Architecture Supported Devices

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Hi All,

I'm using XC7Z045-1FBG676C Zynq Soc device.

Here I wana to conform that, this device is not supported in Vivado WebPack Tool.

So, any alternative of Vivado WebPack Tool or any other open source tool that can support XC7Z045-1FBG676C device.

I also have a attached Vivado Architecture supported device list.

 

Regards,

Kelvin

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Scholar u4223374
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Registered: ‎04-26-2015

Re: Vivado Architecture Supported Devices

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@kelvinkalariya No, it's only supported in the paid versions of Vivado (Design and System edition). Not in WebPack, nor in any open-source tools. As far as I know the only open-source FPGA toolchain is IceStorm for a small group of the Lattice chips - none of which are anywhere near as powerful as a Zynq 7045.

 

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Re: Vivado Architecture Supported Devices

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@kelvinkalariya

 

No, this device is not supported with Vivado 2018.3 WebPACK.

Thanks,
Nupur
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Re: Vivado Architecture Supported Devices

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@kelvinkalariya No, it's only supported in the paid versions of Vivado (Design and System edition). Not in WebPack, nor in any open-source tools. As far as I know the only open-source FPGA toolchain is IceStorm for a small group of the Lattice chips - none of which are anywhere near as powerful as a Zynq 7045.