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mithunsaha
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optional HW & SDSoC license for ZCU102 Evaluation kit

Hello,

 

I have got ZCU102 evaluation board and I am trying to run provided example design modules.

On this link: http://www.wiki.xilinx.com/Zynq%20UltraScale%20MPSoC%20Base%20TRD%202017.4

It described, there are some optional hardware required as follows:

  • HDMI video source with output supporting one of the following resolutions:
    • 3840x2160 or
    • 1920x1080 or
    • 1280x720
  • USB webcam
  • Leopard LI-IMX274MIPI-FMC (only supported on rev 1.0 boards)

My question is, do I really need to buy 2 of these above hardware? If I buy 2 USB webcam, then can I run example design modules? Please suggest me.

 

Also I have got 1 year worth of Vivado node-locked license and 60 days of SDSoC license. I thought I’ll get 1 year of SDSoC license as well. Am I missing something here? Please let me know.

 

Thanks in advance.

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dpaul24
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@mithunsaha,

 

My question is, do I really need to buy 2 of these above hardware?

 

No you don't! Your problem is I guess, is to get an HDMI source, as cheaply as possible.

 

If you have a PC/laptop with HDMI o/p, then just use that as a source.

 

 

 

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mithunsaha
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@dpaul24

 

Thanks for your reply.

So, to run example TRD it requires only 1 video source rather than 2 and this source could be HDMI or USB webcam or FMC cam. If I misunderstood please correct me.

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dpaul24
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@mithunsaha,

 

You need only 1 source.

 

So, to run example TRD it requires only 1 video source rather than 2 and this source could be HDMI or USB webcam or FMC cam.

Yes.

 

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