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Xilinx ChipScope Tutorial

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Prof Simon Moore.

Note - originally this was to be on 16th April, but it has been postponed until 30th April

Much like a traditional logic analyzer, ChipScope allows capturing signal states with a wide array of triggering conditions, though it does this from within the device through a JTAG interface and on-chip memory. ChipScope also provides an easy interface with a design through “virtual IOs” that replace the need for external LEDs and switches. I will demonstrate how to create ChipScope cores, insert them into a design, and use the analyzer client. In the process I will also show how to use the command line flow XFLOW provided with the ISE tools as an alternative to the GUI .

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Computer Architecture Group Meeting series.

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