|From:||Eduardo Lloret Fuentes|
|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Doubt about FPGA code and firmware|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Feb 2011 15:09:49 +0100|
If your FPGA design doesn't include a Microblaze processor to do
something useful with the firmware image, you won't need to load the
Will you start from a new project or just modify the old one. I try to compile the raw ethernet version but I have many problem. Give some news of your works plz.
if you plan to use any part of the USRP2's hardware (daughterboard, ADC, UART, ethernet, ...) and don't want to implement all the steps required to configure and use them properly, I would suggest to integrate your code parallel to the vanilla system (the UHD one!), it is far more work to get it running otherwise. The firmware does a lot of stuff. If you don't plan to use the hardware why not use a Spartan evaluation kit instead, they have nicer I/O capabilities for experimenting and testing?
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