Unformatted text preview: for each device in the
JTAG chain. 7. Choose Detect JTAG Chain Info to have the ByteBlaster check the
device count, JTAG ID code, and total instruction length of the multidevice JTAG chain. A message just above the Detect JTAG Chain
Info button reports the information detected by the ByteBlaster. You
must manually verify that this message matches the information in
the Device Names & Programming File Names box. 8. To save the current settings to a JCF for future use, choose Save JCF.
In the Save JCF dialog box, type the name of the ﬁle in the File Name
box and then select the desired directory in the Directories box.
Choose OK. 9. Choose OK to save the changes. 10. In the MAX+PLUS II Programmer, choose Conﬁgure to conﬁgure all
the EPF10K20 devices in the JTAG chain. Then, choose Program to
program all the EPM7128S devices in the JTAG chain. Connect Multiple UP 1 Education Boards Together in a Chain
This section describes the procedures for connecting multiple UP 1
Education Boards together, (i.e., how to set the on-board jumpers, connect
the ByteBlaster download cable, and set options in the MAX+PLUS II
Altera Corporation 23 University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide Setting the On-Board Jumpers for Connecting Multiple UP 1 Education
To configure/program EPM7128S and EPF10K20 devices on multiple
UP 1 Education Boards connected in a multi-device JTAG chain, set the
jumpers TDI, TDO, DEVICE, and BOARD for all boards except the last
board in the chain as shown in Figure 10. Figure 10. Jumper Settings for All Boards Except the Last Board in the Chain
TDI TDO DEVICE BOARD C1 C1 C1 C1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C3 C3 C3 C3 The last UP 1 Education Board in the chain can configure/program one or
both devices. However, the BOARD jumper must be set as shown in
Figure 11. Figure 11. Jumper Settings for the Last Board in the Chain
The TDI, TDO, and DEVICE settings depend on which configuration you use.
TDI TDO DEVICE BOARD C1 C1 C1 C1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C3 C3 C3 C3 Connecting the ByteBlaster Download...
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