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Unformatted text preview: C2 & C3 Notes: (1) The first device in the JTAG chain is the EPF10K20, and the second device is the EPM7128S. The first device in the JTAG chain is the EPF10K20, and the second device is the EPM7128S. The last board in the chain must be set for a single board configuration (i.e., for programming only the EPM7128S device, configuring only the EPF10K20 device, or configuring/programming both devices). The last board cannot be set for connecting multiple boards together. (2) During configuration, the green CONF_D LED will turn off and the green TCK LED will modulate to indicate that data is transferring. After the device has successfully configured, the CONF_D LED will illuminate. 1 For information on how to program or configure EPM7128S and EPF10K20 devices, see “Programming or Configuring Devices” on page 18. EPM7128S Device The UP 1 Education Board provides the following resources for the EPM7128S device. s s s s s s s s s 6 Socket-mounted 84-pin PLCC package Signal pins that are accessible via female headers JTAG chain connection for the ByteBlaster 2 momentary push-button switches 2 octal dipswitches 16 LEDs Dual-digit 7-segment display On-board oscillator (25.175 MHz) Expansion port with 42 I/O pins and the dedicated global CLR, OE1, and OE2/GCLK2 pins Altera Corporation University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide The pins from the EPM7128S device are not pre-assigned to switches and LEDs on the board, but are instead connected to female headers. With direct access to the pins, students can concentrate on design fundamentals and learn about the programmability of I/O pins and PLDs. After successfully compiling and verifying a design with MAX+PLUS II, students can easily connect the assigned I/O pins to the switches and LEDs using common hook-up wire. Students can then download their design into the device and compare their design’s simulation to the actual hardware implementation. EPM7128S Prototyping Headers The EPM7128S prototyping headers are female headers that surrou...
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