Part Number: AFE7444
I am currently studying the reference design KCU105 AFE74xx XCVR 2x44210. The reference Vivado project is implemented on Vivado v2016.1. However I would like to port it to Vivado v2018.2 and started building the block design from scratch. I see some of the IPs are not present in the IP repository of Vivado v2018.2.
After searching through reference design, I was able to add the following IPs in Vivado v2018.2, by adding the path of repository directory 'repository_0' from the reference design.
However, the following IP (source) is still missing
Does ti provide support for this? How can I obtain this IP so I can complete re-building the block design on Vivado 2018.2?
Can someone help me with this?
Thanks in advance,
The verilog file is located at below location on the PC where KCU105 firmware is unpacked:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\KCU105 Firmware\AFE74xx XCVR 2x44210\Source Code\KCU105_AFE74xx_XCVR_2x44210_7p3728G\KCU105_AFE74xx_XCVR_2x44210_7p3728G\prj_MyKcu105_TI.srcs\sources_1\new\transport_layer_afe768x_44210.v
This file can be added to your v2018.2 project.
Reference design is given in Vivado version 2016 as a reference starting point for FPGA development. Unfortunately, TI can not provide reference designs in different versions of Vivado.
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In reply to Vijayendra Varma Siddamsetty:
So I would like to atleast obtain the IP project for 'transport_layer_afe768x_44210_0' IP in the block design. In the reference design, it is locked. With an unlocked custom IP, it is possible to upgrade it, so as to be used in Vivado 2018.2.
Can you please provide us that module? As the Vivado environment is new to me, I would like this resource supplied.
Awaiting a reply soon,
In reply to Chandrasekhar Dhulipala:
I have contacted our firmware support team to find what we can provide to support this. Please give me until Friday to get back.
Thanks! That would greatly help.
Please download the file from the link below. This may have what you need.
In reply to jim s:
Sorry but what version of vivado was used for this? I am using vivado 2018.2. When I try to open the project, it says the project has been created with an even newer version. I might not be able to open this.
Can you help me here?
Also I was using KCU105 not Zync board! I see that this project is for Zync board?
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