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I'm developing a .NET application to interface with the DAC3482EVM to automate some tests (eg. Frequency sweeping in some specific ranges).
But to do that on my application, I need the DLL library of the original GUI or the firmware or the VHDL code which I can modify to interface with my ZedBoard.
In reply to Amine Besbes:
Apologies for the delay. Please see attached zip file for the DAC348x EVM SPI utilities. The instructions are in the powerpoint file. You will need Labview 2014 installed in order to open up the file. If needed, we can send you the executable version. Please note that we cannot provide further support regarding the Labview codes or software integration. Good luck.
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In reply to Kang Hsia:
In reply to Markus Schlenther:
The FT245RL chip on the DAC5682z EVM is used do SPI reads and writes to the DAC. For more information please read the attached word document(FTDI pattern generator).
I have modified the text file to work with DAC5682z EVM and rename it to DAC5682.txt and attached it to this post. I have also updated the instructions in the ppt and attached it to this post.
I hope this helps.
FTDI Pattern Generator.docx
In reply to Neeraj Gill:
In reply to Dimitar Penev:
Thanks a lot. The DAC GUI does include the address bit of the CDCE62005 as part of the register data.
If you do not mind, please upload your CDCE62005 pattern file to this post so we can have a library for DAC348x EVM automation. This would help the E2E community. Thanks again.
Here it is
file attached in this postPattern_dac3482evm_cdce62005.txt
For users want to control their TSW1400EVM, the following is the download link for TSW1400EVM C-based DLL
In reply to Tim Daughters:
The TSW308x EVMs (TSW3085, TSW3084, TSW30H84, and TSW30SH84) may be controlled from the Labview based DLL for the SPI interface. The Labview based DLL is described in the earlier posts.
Please see below for the associated files:
LMK04828 SPI Pattern File
DAC348x SPI Pattern file
TSW308x CPLD Mux/Switch verilog code:
User may modify and compile the verilog code under Altera Quartus software, and then use the Altera USB blaster to program the EPM3064 CPLD to control the muxing of the SPI ports. Precompiled firmware can be downloaded:
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