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Unformatted text preview: teps describe how to use MAX+PLUS II to configure the
EPF10K20 device in a JTAG chain. For more information on how to
configure a device, see MAX+PLUS II Help.
1. 2. Choose Multi-Device JTAG Chain Setup (JTAG menu). 3. In the Multi-Device JTAG Chain Setup dialog box, select EPF10K20
in the Device Name drop-down list box. 4. Type the name of the programming ﬁle for the EPF10K20 device in
the Programming File Name box. The Select Programming File button
can also be used to browse your computer’s directory structure to
locate the appropriate programming ﬁle. 5. Choose Add to add the device and associated programming ﬁle to
the Device Names & Programming File Names box. The number to the
left of the device name shows the order of the device in the JTAG
chain. The device’s associated programming ﬁle is displayed on the
same line as the device name. If no programming ﬁle is associated
with a device, “<none>” is displayed next to the device name. 6. Choose Detect JTAG Chain Info to have the ByteBlaster check the
device count, JTAG ID code, and total instruction length of the 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. 7. Altera Corporation To conﬁgure more than one EPF10K20 device, turn on the MultiDevice JTAG Chain command (JTAG menu) in the MAX+PLUS II
Programmer. 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. 21 University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide 8. Choose OK to save your changes. 9. In the MAX+PLUS II Programmer, choose Conﬁgure. Conﬁgure/Program Both Devices
This section describes the procedures for configuring/programming both
the EPF10K20 and EPM7128S devices in a JTAG chai...
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- Spring '14