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ant_lipl_7030
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Synthesizer on FMC carier card v2

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HI!

I have zynq 7030 and PicoZed FMC Carrier Gen2. I want use Synthesizer on FMC Carrier Gen2, and get clock 125 Mhz. I know that this Synthesizer must set up with help I2C. But i don't know how do this.

Who can help me in this issue?

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gnarahar
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@ant_lipl_7030 First off, being a zedboard, you may want to explore their support forums http://zedboard.org/forums/zed-english-forum

 

From the carrier Card user guide, Page#15

 

If desired, the user can change the timing of the synthesizer via IDT’s Timing Commander Tool via the on board HDMIO I2C bus or by populating J14 and connecting directly to the HDMIO I2C bus. – For more information on how to custom program the clock, a reference design and tutorials page can be accessed at the following location: http://picozed.org/support/design/13076/106 – For more information on the Timing Commander tool: (http://www.idt.com/products/clocks-timing/timing-commander-software-downloadresource-guide)

 

 

- Giri
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gnarahar
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@ant_lipl_7030 First off, being a zedboard, you may want to explore their support forums http://zedboard.org/forums/zed-english-forum

 

From the carrier Card user guide, Page#15

 

If desired, the user can change the timing of the synthesizer via IDT’s Timing Commander Tool via the on board HDMIO I2C bus or by populating J14 and connecting directly to the HDMIO I2C bus. – For more information on how to custom program the clock, a reference design and tutorials page can be accessed at the following location: http://picozed.org/support/design/13076/106 – For more information on the Timing Commander tool: (http://www.idt.com/products/clocks-timing/timing-commander-software-downloadresource-guide)

 

 

- Giri
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ant_lipl_7030
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Thank's four your help!
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