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Observer vmerter
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Registered: ‎06-15-2018

İnformation that can be obtained from fpga

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Hi All,

I used XADC module for obtaining various information about FPGA. Such as Temperature Power suply voltage and current etc. İs there any information that can be obtained from FPGA board beside XADC module? 

Thanks in advance, 

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Scholar drjohnsmith
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Re: İnformation that can be obtained from fpga

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The xadc will not give you current on its own,

 

You also have the USR_ACCESS

 

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/application_notes/xapp1232-bitstream-id-with-usr_access.pdf

 

 

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Scholar drjohnsmith
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Re: İnformation that can be obtained from fpga

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The xadc will not give you current on its own,

 

You also have the USR_ACCESS

 

https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/application_notes/xapp1232-bitstream-id-with-usr_access.pdf

 

 

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Observer vmerter
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Re: İnformation that can be obtained from fpga

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I have already figured out the temperature monitoring and using XADC I'm asking for another informations besides XADC. Thank you for your answer
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Scholar u4223374
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Re: İnformation that can be obtained from fpga

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@vmerter What sort of information are you after? Information like the FPGA type is largely unnecessary - if your bitstream is set up for an XC7A100T, then you can be pretty sure that it's running on an XC7A100T because any other chip would refuse to load it. Speed grade is, as far as I know, not accessible in any way other than looking at the package markings. You've already got voltage and temperature.

 

Depending on the board itself, more information may be available - some boards include an EEPROM or similar non-volatile memory storing things like the board model and revision, serial number, MAC address, etc.

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