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Part Number: DLPC410
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
Our setup is as followed: (Virtex7, DLPC410, DLP7000)
As we have resolved the previous problem, the DLPC410's initialization and calibration go successfully, and we can also retrieve the right DMD_TYPE and VERSION. However, the control outputs somehow couldn't get to the mirror, and I'll list some of our observation below:
1. The RST_ACTIVE stays low even after we output BLK_MD = 11, BLK_AD = 1000, ROW_MD = 00, ROW_AD = 'd0, and other control signals (e.g. wdt_ena, rst2blkz, ns_flip ...) weren't toggled during the output.
2. ECP2_M_TP16 (Clock reset) stays high after initialization. We're not sure if this is normal and what causes this if it is not.
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In reply to ykc:
In reply to Justin Chen14:
Yes, we kept DVALID high during the whole operation (>16T).
We could not fetch output ports with ILA, but we can provide our simulation. The interval between the 2 markers is 16T.
It's a steady logic low
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