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Old 05-05-2007, 08:19 AM
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Default Re: Spartan 3A Starter Kit Multiboot Demo Config 4 Display Problem

Eric Crabill schrieb:
> Hi Jim,
> I don't usually look at the message headers, because it plays no role in my
> deciding to answer a question. Maybe Bryan does work with/for Xilinx! In
> any case, Bryan, I hope I answered your question.
> You can get a working DDR2 interface from MIG 1.7 specifically for the
> Spartan-3A Starter Kit. There's also a working design derived from that in
> the board test design that is posted on the Spartan-3A Starter Kit reference
> design page. I think what some previous posters wanted was more than
> "working", rather a "stress test" or something that really demonstrates the
> bandwidth of the memory interface. I agree that such a demo or reference
> design would have value. Do I have any comments/release schedules to share?
> No, sorry.
> Eric
> "Jim Granville" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> > Eric Crabill wrote:
> >> Hi Bryan,
> >>
> >> Maybe you saw the video pass through design at an XFEST event or at the
> >> Spartan-3AN press release event? Otherwise, I am not sure how you would
> >> know it exists. If you are looking for that design, please contact your
> >> local FAE or sales representative for assistance. I am not sure if/when
> >> this design will be posted.

> >
> > Err.., I think he IS the local FAE / Sales rep, as his address claims
> > Xilinx ?.
> >
> > It maybe that it was an 'oops' posting, meant to go upstream inside
> > Xilinx. [yes, does happen sometimes...]
> >
> > Any comments/release schedules re Antti's questions about DDR2 working
> > examples on 3A demo system ?
> >
> > -jg
> >


it looks like I am missing something

1) the only thing at X-Fest was the rotazoom that takes images from
NOR flash
no video pass through demo (at X-Fest in Munich)

2) the only "derived" DDR2 design seems to be board test design where
reads out the MIG testbench error led status and displays p or f on
hyperterminal -
is this the MIG derived design you have been referreing to, or is
there some more
functional design available?


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