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Questions

  • LVDS ... don't we need to consider the common voltage so seriously?
    • Si5341 ... 1.8V
      • Common mode (CM) voltage (VDDO=1.8V) : 0.9V
        • Register of CM is 0x3E (0x0114 etc) but it could be 0x3D ? (see Table 11).
      • Swing : 430mV, it means the width of diff V is 860mV.
    • SY89833ALMG ... 1.2V
      • Common mode voltage : 1.2V
      • Swing : 325mV, it means the width of diff V is 650mV.
    • FPGA
      • GXB bank ... 1.03V for both SY89833ALMG and Si5341
      • GIO bank ... 1.5V for REFCLK_125M (SY89833ALMG), 1.8V for REFCLK_VAL_P0 (Si5341)

Tips

Iroha

  • 10AX115R3F40E2SG

Arria 10 GX FPGA Development Kit

  • 6XX-44366R-0G
  • 10APCIe0001623
  • 10AX115S2F45I1SG
  • 100-0321301-E3 REV E3.1
  • Si5338 U26: I2C 7A, U14: I2C 7C, Si570 X3: I2C 00

MicroPOD

  • Probably 14.0625 Gbps is supported.
  • RX module ... base's color is black.
  • TX module ... base's color is white.

SMA cable

  • Huber+Suhner GX 03272
    • 50 Ohms, 3GHz
  • Amphenol 135101-R1-M0.50
    • 50 Ohms, 12.4GHz

Tools

Iroha Pin

  • Pull up pins at FPAG (Weak Pull-Up Resistor)
    • ADD_CH[0-3]
    • USER_DIP[0-3]
      • The side of the printed ON in the physical dip-switch of the IROHA is LOW.
    • nUSER_SW
      • Push ... LOW(=GND)
  • Pin info
    • nP_RESET
      • Push ... LOW

DDR3 spec

  • MICRON
  • MT41J128M16HA-187E:D
  • VDD=VDDQ=1.5V
  • 128Megx16 = 2048Meg (128M16)
    • 128M address x 16 bits = 2048M bits = 256MByte, that is, MT41J128M16HA-187E:D is 256MByte DDR3 memory (I thought that it was 2GB but this is wrong).
  • 96-ball
  • Timining: 1.87ns@CL7 (DDR3-1066)
  • Data Rate: 1066 MT/s
  • Target tRCD-tRP-CL = 7-7-7
    • tRCD = 13.1ns
    • tRP = 13.1ns
    • CL(ns) 13.1ns
  • DDR3-1066 = 1066MHz = 533MHz x 2(double), up to 8.533GB/s data transfer speed
  • Configuration 16 Meg x 16 x 8 banks
    • Refresh count 8K
    • Row addressing 16K (A[13:0])
    • Bank addressing 8 (BA[2:0])
    • Column addressing 1K (A[9:0])
    • DQ pins (DQ[15:0])
    • 2^14 x 2^10 x 8 x 16 = 16 x 1024 x 1024 x 8 x 16
  • Mode : x8 mode
  • Pin location

PHY (network)

  • KSZ9031MNX
    • PHYAD[2:0] is set to be 000 in my design but it was 011. I don't understand this reason.
      • MDIO access can be done by 0x3 instead of 0x0.
    • MODE[3:0] is 0001.
    • LED MODE = 0
    • CLK125_EN = 0

Clock spec

  • KC5032A100.000C1GE00
    • Jitter (peak-to-peak) = 40 ps

Comments for a next version of IROHA

  • parts with ( and ) means they are not implemented.
  • LED index should be the same order of dip switches etc on the board.
  • More LED is better for debug, for example, 8 LEDs or more.
  • Swap NIMOUT connections (in the 1st page) : this is my mistake.
  • U40 (Current monitor) and U41 were removed (by Ikeno-san) due to a wrong design. We need to fix the design.
    • Wrong pins in U41
  • U7 (Ethernet) : R33 and R34 was re-connected to 1.8V (by Ikeno-san).
    • According to Ikeno-san, this tip has a bug, where there is no plan to fix it by its provider.
  • Reset switch is not stable.
    • We might use 1.8V instead of 3.3V for VDD and SENSE.

Test04 (under IrohaArria10/@HP Note PC)

  • LED, Dip switch check
  • Clocks
    • 100M clock (originally for DDR3) with DSP (IO PLL Intel FPGA IP) ... done
    • 125M diff-clock cannot be used yet.

Test06-DDR3 (under IrohaArria10/@HP Note PC)

  • try to use DDR3 memory but I cannot get it...
  • qsf (20180817v2) was made from 20180817 by replacing emif with DDR3 and also add 1.5V info to all the DDR3 pins. However this new file cannot be read properly. I did not understand its reason. * "Clean project" can help us! This can be found in "Project".

Test01 (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • LED, Dip switch check
  • It works well.

Test02 (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • Nios II but it does not work.

Test03-DDR3 (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • DDR3 memory but it does not work. -> It worked well (it means that the Fitter worked well. It does not mean that we can read/write data to/from DDR3 memory).
    • emif_0_example_design_v3/qii/ed_synth/
  • Jan 2019: emif_0_example_design_v3/sim/ed_sim/mentor/
    • Simulation with ModelSim DE 10.6e worked well.
      • Producedure
        • Run ModelSim, Change directory (from "File" menu) to emif_0_example_design_v3/sim/ed_sim/mentor, do "source msim_setup.tcl" and "ld" (or "ld_debug"), then "run -all" in the Transcirpt window.
        • Some waves will be changed and we can see some messages in the Transcript window from around 95us. About 280us was simulated in case of "Skip calibration".
#           --- SIMULATION PASSED --- 
# ** Note: $finish    : ./../altera_emif_sim_checker_180/sim/altera_emif_sim_checker.sv(230)
#    Time: 279455890 ps  Iteration: 4  Instance: /ed_sim/sim_checker
  • Jan 2019: emif_0_example_design_v3/qii/ed_synth
    • EMIF parameters
      • Used values from a DDR3 ref note (Micron) as much as possible.
      • 400MHz is used. PLL becomes 100MHz.
        • If I set it to 533MHz, PLL becomes 133.25MHz (=533/4).
          • Even if I used 533 and 133.25 in the setting but 100MHz as a real clock, I got 1010 (LEDs).
    • Compiled with ed_synth.qsf (see name and location of pins of DDR3 etc).
      • nUSER_SW (PIN_AU20) as global_reset_reset_n.
      • oct_oct_rzqin is connected to PIN_G16 (100 Ohm) but I don't if this is correct.
    • I saw the next result in IROHA's LED (1010):
      • emif_0_status_local_cal_success ... LED on
      • emif_0_status_local_cal_fail ... LED off
      • emif_0_tg_0_traffic_gen_pass ... LED on
      • emif_0_tg_0_traffic_gen_timeout ... LED off
  • https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/support-resources/knowledge-base/solutions/rd06262016_464.html
    • Termination logic option is set to Differential for input \, but setting is not supported by I/O standard <single-ended I/O standard>
    • Change PHYS Clock in IP
  • I used ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180825DDR3try1-removeunused-forAlteraExample-renamedToDDR3 but it did not worked well.
  • I tried to fit DDR3 several times by changing pin assignment. However this was not an failure reason. By removing one of "always", the fitter did work well. I don't know its reason.
  • EMIF example

Test04-DDR3 (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • The purpose of this dir is the same as Test03-DDR3 but this has an example dir.
  • DDR3 memory but it does not work.
  • emif_0_example_design_qii/ed_synth
    • Can do "Fitter" etc w/o any error (using the default example code) ... setting A
    • Then, constraint pins with ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180825DDR3try1-reassign-removeunused-forAlteraExample but pins assignment is the same as the "setting A". -> worked well.
    • Then, constraint pins as IROHA with ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180825DDR3try1-removeunused-forAlteraExample. -> worked well.
      • In both, I removed "set_instance_assignment -name IO_STANDARD "1.5 V" -to emif_0_pll_ref_clk_clk".
        • For ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180825DDR3try1-reassign-removeunused-forAlteraExample, I also removed the pin setting of emif_0_pll_ref_clk_clk.
        • For ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180825DDR3try1-removeunused-forAlteraExample, I tried both (the pin setting of emif_0_pll_ref_clk_clk is set or not) and both of them worked well.

Test05-GXB (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

Test06-CLK (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • converted LVDS clocks to the single-end signal clock (helps from Nicolas).
    • Use the next 2 lines
      • set_instance_assignment -name IO_STANDARD LVDS -to REFCLK_125M_P
      • set_instance_assignment -name INPUT_TERMINATION DIFFERENTIAL -to REFCLK_125M_P
  • qsf file
    • DON'T constraint _N pins in this file. This is very important! I need to fix my qsf.
    • Also, it is better to constraint only PINs I use for each design (first).

Test07-ValCLK (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • Si5341A-D-GM
  • Reference pages
  • i2c_interface_SI5341A.v and Set_SI5341A_OnePage.v
    • 2 test versions
    • This can read/write 0xFF at the register of 0xFF.
  • Set_SI5341A
    • a full version
    • This can read/write 0xFF at the register of 0xEEFF, where 0xEE is the page of the register. This is controlled by 0x0001.
  • I can read the register and it looked OK.
    • ex) 0x74 can be seen in the register of 0x000B.
    • I did several checks for read/write. They looked OK.
    • A WRITE-READ test using 0x0018, 2M clock (the value of this register is 0xFF)
      • write 0xF0 and then read soon. It was 0xF0.
      • after a few 10 min (w/o power off), I tired to read it again. It was 0xF0.
      • then, power off. Then I read it again. It was 0xFF.
  • However, I cannot see 100MHz etc clock at the OUT6.
  • Clock configuration
    • Test07-ValCLK/ClockSettingsFiles
      • CONF1 ... 100MHz (OUT6) etc
      • CONF2 ... 200MHz (OUT6) etc
  • Clock for I2C
    • 2MHz clock is accepted. (I don't know if this is OK but it looked to work well.)
      • The value of the clock is for the argument of this module. This is not a real SCL clock.
      • SCL clock is around one 3rd of the given clock, for example, in case of 2M clock, SCL clock is around 700MHz.
    • I also tried to use 1.2M clock, which might be close to 400kHz I2C. But I did not test the setting with this clock so much. After that, I have used 1.2MHz as default and several checks were did but I cannot see 100MHz clock like 2MHz.
    • I also tried to add many mode_i2c to decrease clock less than 100kHz (this is a standard I2C) but I cannot see 100MHz clock.
  • Checks with oscilloscope
    • Pins looked OK.
    • FINC was set to 0 in Quartus but the situation did not change (100MHz cannot be made...)
      • I don't need to use this pin (probably I can also do 0x0339 to 0x00.).
    • A pulse of the 48MHz oscillator is not so good. It could be one of reasons why we cannot make clocks... (this is my guess.)

Test08-Nios (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

  • Section 5 of FPGA Altera Book
  • Also I tried to run QuestaSim.
    • https://service.macnica.co.jp/library/110605
    • http://www.lab3.kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~ktakagi/le3a/flow/simulation.html
    • QuestaSim path
      • Tools -> Options -> EDA Tool Options -> C:\questasim64_10.7b\win64 for QuestaSim
    • To make a testbench, use "Assignments -> Settings".
      • EDA Tool Settings -> Simulation
        • Select "Compile test bench", and select vt file, which must be made with an empty before, for example, testbench08.vt under */simulation/modelsim/
        • Then, Processing -> Start -> Start Test Bench Template Writer
        • Edit the testbench08.vt file.
      • Run simulation from Quartus
        • Tools -> Run Simulation Tool -> Gate Level Simulation, then QuestaSim window is opened by Quartus.
        • If you see Error (#Error loading design), try to "Recompile" *tst file of "work" in the "Library" window at QuestaSim. Click the right button and select "Recompile".
        • By using QuestaSim, run simulation: Simulate -> Start Simulation. A new windows is opened by QuestaSim. Then select gate_work/*tst (or work/*tst, probably they are the same) and click OK.
          • We can open a "Wave" window from the "View" menu.
          • We can save signal lines used in the Wave window, then we can load it next time.

Test09-GXB(-tryX) (under IrohaArria10/@Desktop PC)

Test09-GXB-VHDL

  • I did copy and paste from 12-lane's VHDL code from the example used in Test09-GXB. It looked to work well. I need to understand what is different from Verilog.
    • ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180920_simple12_VHDLTest.qsf
  • Why cannot we see the polarity issue?
    • Not sure but probably the BER test trasmit data one-lane-by-one-lane.
  • Current monitor
    • By adding one-lane test, around 0.01V increased.
    • Test1 case
      • Switch off 0.04A, Switch on 1.03A (3 pairs of microPOD are connected with TX-RX cables.), Fireware load 1.48A, Then 1.52A after doing some tests, 12-lanes BER test 1.62-1.63A, Turn off 12-lanes BER test 1.52A.
      • Before having 3-pairs, I ran the same Firmware with only 1-pair and I saw large BER in lane 9 or 10 (I don't remember it) but after having 3-pairs, I did not see such relatively large BER in any lane of 12-lanes (I did not use 36-lanes.).
        • I don't know its reason but the physical connection was improved?
        • 2E10^13 or more in all the lanes (12) and I saw 1 BER in the lane 6 (BER=4.7E10^-14).

Test09-GXB-VHDL-SMA

  • ARRIA_10_RF40_4_20180922_SMA_VHDLTest.qsf
  • REFCLK_UPOD0_P (PIN_AE7, Bank 4F) cannot be used for SMA, which are in Bank 1H (PIN_E33, PIN_A37).
  • REFCLK_UPOD2_P (PIN_N33, Back 1G) can be used by using x6/xN feature (as far as I understood).
    • xN Clock Line: xN Up/xN Down can access the neighbor banks. MCGB (Master CGB) ports of ATX PLL can be used.
  • SMA cable = GX 03272
    • 6Gbps : BER = 0 with 10E^12
    • 12.5Gbps: BER = 1.55E^-2
  • SMA cable = 135101-R1-M0.50
    • 12.5Gbps: BER = 1.55E^-2

Test09-GXB-VHDL-MultiPODs

  • Try to use 3-pairs of MicroPOD simultanously.
  • First I tried 3-pairs but it did not work: Firmware was complied and fitted well but the ecorizer(?) cannot be identifiled.
    • "FOR i IN 0 to (NUMBER_OF_XCVR_LANE-1) GENERATE" was used to use 3-pairs.
    • I knew that the 3rd MicroPOD receiver (MircoPOD2) was breaken when we tried to fix other issue.
    • I think that we can use its tranceiver.
  • Second I tried 2-pairs (MicroPOD0 and MicroPOD1) and it worked well.
    • "FOR i IN 0 to (NUMBER_OF_XCVR_LANE-2) GENERATE" was used to use 2-pairs.
    • Compile a firmware, and then run "Transceiver Toolkit" from Tools, System Debugging Tools menu of Quartus.
    • Current: load firmware 2.06A, run 24-lanes test 2.30A --> around 0.01A per lane
    • BER: 1E^13 or more in all the lanes (24) at once and I saw 3 non-zero BER lanes: MicroPOD0 lane 2 BER = 9.0E^-13, lane6 BER = 1.7E^-11, MicroPOD1 lane 8 BER = 1.3E^-8
  • Jan 2019
    • I used Si5341 as Clock for MicroPOD.
      • 125MHz ... A test with the Transceiver Toolkit worked well. ("Locked")
      • 300MHz ... Not works (not locked)
      • 126MHz ... BER. It sometimes became non-locked. Unstable.
      • 156.25MHz ... BER. It sometimes became non-locked. Unstable.
        • Even if I changed ATXPLL's clock to 156.25MHz (from 125MHz), it was unstable. (unlocked somtimes...)

Test10-CLK-I2C

  • Used Open Core's I2C program but the situation was not improved.
    • The observed result is the same as Test07-ValCLK.
  • 2019 Jan
    • I found my mistake, that is, we need preamble and post configutions to change the register's values.
      • I thought that such configurations are needed only to change the default values. (I realized that some parameter values are different to do it.)
      • I introduced a 10ms wait time after power on.
      • I added 300ms wait time as suggested by Clock Builder application.
    • I checked 9 outputs with osciloscope. They are OK in term of freq but the shape is not so good (for me) but it should be OK, they are small swing around V= ~ +0.9V. This is LVDS.
      • 300MHz (MOV_0956), 625MHz (MOV_0955), 644.53MHz (MOV_0954) outputs are not good because strange behaviors were observed in a simple LED test program.
        • MOV_0954 and 0955... I expected that LED moves (no-blink LED moves L to R) with about 0.9 sec's step but this was not.
        • MOV_0956 ... LED moved with an opposite direction. I don't understand it.
        • 300MHz, 625MHz, 644.53MHz seems to be small width (?) ~0.9V (max), which is difference between P and N.
      • LOLb was H for both CONF05-2 and CONF06.
    • LOLb ... Status pin (H is "PLL is locked", that is, good status. L is out-of-lock, that is, bad status.)
    • FINC ... I don't use it. This is a pin to change feq according to register values.
    • OUT6 (REFCLK_VAL_P0) is connected to a standard FPGA bank but others (8 OUTs) are connected to GTX banks.
    • I made Si5341_I2C.vhd to use this clock in other projects.

Test11-NIM

  • NIM IN
    • I connected NIM IN to LED. I inputed 1Hz NIM pulse (-0.7V or -0.8V), whiich was generated by AFG 2105 function generator.
      • Two NIM input pins worked well. I can see blinking of LED up to 20Hz by my eyes.
        • High feq should be tested by other ways in future.
      • -0.7V/-0.8V -> Red of LED, 0V -> null on LED
  • NIM OUT
    • When I don't do anything but turn on IROHA, two NIM out pins output -0.8V.
      • When I switch off IROHA, two NIM out pins is 0V.
    • Strange
FPGA N0 0 0 1 1
FPGA P0 0 1 0 1
NIM OUT0 -0.8V -0.8V 0V -0.8V

FPGA N1 0 0 1 1
FPGA P1 0 1 0 1
NIM OUT1 -0.8V 0V -0.8V -0.8V
    • I used these pins as standard pins not LVDS.
  • NIM OUT
    • I specifies pins as LVDS. (LVDS and Diff) as follows:
      • set_instance_assignment -name IO_STANDARD LVDS -to NIM_DOUTP0
      • set_instance_assignment -name INPUT_TERMINATION DIFFERENTIAL -to NIM_DOUTP0
    • Still strange (but solved!)
      • When I don't do anything but turn on IROHA, two NIM out pins output -0.8V.
FPGA P0 1 0
NIM P0 1 0
NIM OUT0 -0.8V 0V

FPGA P1 1 0
NIM P1 0 1
NIM OUT1 0V -0.8V
    • I found that in the 1st page of our Kairo-zu, NIM_DOUTP1 and NIM_DOUTN1 are swapped!

Test12-NIC

  • RJ45 Socket : 0826-1A1T-23-F
    • The front LED parts (this is just a kind of light guide) are connected to the backend LED parts.
  • RJ45_LED1 (GREEN) and RJ45_LED2 (YELLOW)
    • 1 in the firmware ... LED = ON
    • 0 in the firmware ... LED = OFF
    • When we turn IROHA on, both LEDsare on.

Test13-NominalDDR3

  • Just to make example EMIF codes for different DDR3 settings.
    • emif_0_example_design: IP name = DDR3, default parameters with 2GB (128MB x 16), CL7
      • Questa ... infinite loop (?) in step 3
    • emif_0_example_design_DDR3_Default: IP name = DDR3 default, default parameters
      • Questa ... infinite loop (?) in step 3

Test14-NominalDDR3_Ver15

  • Use Quartus v15.0

Test15-NIC2

Test15-NIC2-ALTDDO_OUT-CycloneV

  • To make ALTDDO_OUT by using GPIO for Arria10, I made ALTDDO_OUT with CycloneV and converted it (see ug_altera_gpio.pdf).

Test16-DDR3

  • Try to make a firmware to use DDR3 via NIOS II.
    • Used Verilog. Pin assignment (fitter) was failed.

Test17-DDR3

  • Try to make a firmware to use DDR3 via NIOS II.
    • Used VHDL. Pin assignment was failed.
  • We may need to consider how to contraint circuits? Indeed if I removed PLL, I was able to do the fit by Fitter.
  • I used 125MHz as a clock for Clock Source.
  • On-chip memory might work in case of a small memory range but when I used a larger range, NIOS II looked to be crashed (no responce).
    • This is because I overwrite NIOS II code, which was loaded to a part of On-chip memory, for example, 0x1000_8000 - 0x1000_9xxxx.
    • So, when I used memory of 0x1000_a0000 or later, NIOS II did not crashed.
  • NIOS II
    • See the above Test08-Nios. We can find web sites, which explain how to use NIOS II.
      • Update BSP (after its configuration or Quartus code) : select "BSP Editor..." from "NIOS II" in the menu, which is shown when I click the right bottom of mouse on the name (shown in the Poject Explorer) (with _bsp).
      • Compile my codes : select "Build Project" in the menu, which is shown when I click the right bottom of mouse on the name (shown in the Poject Explorer) (without _bsp).
      • Run NIOS II : select "3 NIOS Hardware" from "Run As" in the menu, which is shown when I click the right bottom of mouse on the name (shown in the Poject Explorer) (without _bsp).
    • We can use memtest_small.c, which can be found in "Test17-DDR3/software/nios_test1/". This might be opened if we open "Test17-DDR3/Nios2-workspace" as workspace, which might be asked when we run Eclipse.
  • LATOME's pin of DQ and DM is OK (fitted).
  • IROHA's pin of DQ and DM is OK (fitted). [@CERN, March 2019]
    • 400MHz not 533MHz was used.
    • Scatter-Gather DMA: mem-to-mem
      • Nios II workspace: Test17-DDR3/Nios2-workspace3
      • Nios II code: Test16-DDR3/sotware/ddr3_test6, try to use sidma3() ... it looked to work well.
    • Nios II's memtest_small.c
      • Nios II workspace: Test17-DDR3/Nios2-workspace4
      • Nios II code: Test16-DDR3/software/ddr3_mem-test-small1
        • 256M bytes: 0x1000_0000 - 0x1fff_ffff is OK.
  • Nios II
    • Once I'll make a new application (from normally a template),
      • run "Nios II -> Generate BSP" from X_bsp.
      • run "Build Project" from X.
      • run "Run Configurations...", then make New_configuration by double-clicking "Nios II Hardware".
        • At the "Target COnnection" tab, I selected 5 checks: Ignore mismatched system ID, timestamp, Download ELF, Start processor, Rest the selected target system".
    • If I want to change memory where I put my firmware, edit "Linker Script" tab by using "BSP Editor..." from X_bsp.

Test18-NIC (CERN)

GMII

  • Gigabit Media Independent Interface for 1000Base-T
    • MII ... Media Independent Interface, this is for 100Base-TX and 10Base-T
  • Image
    • Network - RJ45 connector - PHY chip - FPGA (MAC) -
      • "RJ45 connecor - PHY chip" = Layer 1
      • "FAPG (MAC) -" = Layer 2

I2C - USB board

  • HidSmbus Example (Windows application name)
    • https://jp.silabs.com/products/development-tools/interface/cp2112ek-evaluation-kit
    • Since I use 0x74 as Si5341 Clock I2C slave address, 0xE8 must be used in this software to access I2C line.
      • 0x74 is a 7 bit code, then we need to add 0 in the lowest bit to make a 8bit code.
    • J7 ... I connected 1.8V (external 1.8V applied at H1/TB1) to the middle pin of J7.
    • J8 ... any configuration seems to be OK.
    • I can read the memory by using I2C when I don't write a firmware to the Si5341.
      • 0x02 ... 41, 0x03 ... 53, 0x04 ... 00, 0x05 ... 03 etc
      • 0x0B ... 74 (Slave address with 7 bits)
      • 0xE2 ... 03 (it means that we still have 2 regions to write registers's values permanently. See section 8 of Si5341-40-RM.pdf.)
        • So far we don't need to change the default register's values.
    • After I wrote a firmware to the Si5341, 0x00 is returned. It means that we cannot access register by this board once we write a firmware.
      • Z (Hi impedance) is set for I2C Clock and Data by firmware but we cannot access.
    • I tried to write register values by using HidSmbus application but I cannot do it. I think that this is a feature of this application.

Configuration (Flash memory)

  • AS configuration
    • AS = Active Serial
    • Iroha uses AS x 4 mode.
    • MSEL[2..0]
      • AS x1 and x4 : Power on reset (POR) delay with Fast ... 010, Standard ... 011 (1.8V), Note LATOME uses 011.
    • CLKUSR (AM24 pin) = 100MHz (already set)
  • Serial Flash Loader Intel FPGA IP core
    • AN370 2017.12.18 version
  • https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00003yyRG2SAM/how-to-use-serial-flash-loader-in-quartus-ii-if-already-known-please-ignore-it?language=en_US
    • Concerning item 7, I used 10AX115R3.
    • Concerning item 12 and 13 in this page (intel page), I found two FPGA (one is 10AX115R3F40 and the other is 10AX115R3). I deleted the former one, and then I checked v in the Program/Configure for both FPGA and EPCQL1024.
  • Iroha has MT25QU01GBBB8E12-0SIT, which is MT25Q is a high-performance multiple input/output, 1Gb, 1.8V, SPI Flash memory device: EPCQL1024.
  • How to erase an image from the flash memory

Signal tap II

  • How to keep or preserve registers to monitor by the Signal tap II.
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