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Observer
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Registered: ‎03-20-2017

how to use SPI externally in zc702

Hi how i can connect spi interface in zync702 externally?? can anyone help me out

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Registered: ‎07-23-2015

@abhishek7 Try using the PMOD headers or design an FMC card based on what other stuff you plan to do

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Hi,

 

It depends what exactly you want to connect - chip that is already on the board or some external (ie. via FMC or PMOD connector)?

 

Best regards,

Dominik

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hi @gnarahar thanks for the info i have a user ip or custom ip which as gpio port so i need to connect this gpio to spi controller,so how this can be done?

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@abhishek7 From what I understand, you have a custom SPI controller IP you want to test and need to connect it to GPIO ports (either PMOD or FMC) which will have the SPI flash. Is that correct?

 

First of all, you need to clarify how you intend to connect the SPI flash? Then based on that, you map the SPI controller pins to the GPIO pins of the FPGA through the XDC file. If PMOD, connect to respective PMOD pins. If FMC, connect to respective FMC pins based on how your flash is connect to these connectors. 

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