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Unformatted text preview: n, (i.e., how to set the on-board jumpers, connect the ByteBlaster download cable, and set options in the MAX+PLUS II software). Setting the On-Board Jumpers for Configuring/Programming Both Devices To configure/program both the EPF10K20 and EPM7128S devices in a multi-device JTAG chain, set the jumpers TDI, TDO, DEVICE, and BOARD as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9. Jumper Settings for Configuring/Programming Both Devices TDI TDO DEVICE BOARD C1 C1 C1 C1 C2 C2 C2 C2 C3 C3 C3 C3 Connecting the ByteBlaster Download Cable for Configuring/Programming Both Devices Attach the ByteBlaster directly to the PC’s parallel port and to the JTAG_IN connector on the UP 1 Education Board. For more information on setting up the ByteBlaster, go to the ByteBlaster Parallel Port Download Cable Data Sheet. Setting the JTAG Options in MAX+PLUS II for Configuring/Programming Both Devices The following steps describe how to use MAX+PLUS II to configure/program both devices in a multi-device JTAG chain. For more information on how to program or configure a device, see MAX+PLUS II Help. 22 Altera Corporation University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide 1. Turn on the Multi-Device JTAG Chain command (JTAG menu). 2. Choose Multi-Device JTAG Chain Setup (JTAG menu). 3. In the Multi-Device JTAG Chain Setup dialog box, select the first target device name in the Device Name drop-down list box. 4. In the Programming File Name box, type the name of the programming file for the device listed in the Device 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 Name box. The number to the left of the device name shows the device’s order 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. Repeat steps 3 through 5 to add information...
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  • Spring '14
  • Logic gate, Programmable logic device, Design Laboratory Package, Program Design Laboratory, University Program Design, Laboratory Package User

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