What remains is the question about why the cheap clone doesn’t work. Use this macro to access the arguments for the command being handled, rather than accessing the varia Define the number N of following bytes. This is the first transaction that travels over the JTAG cable when you issue the “nios2-terminal” command. Must be zero see byte-shift mode above. If we ignore for a second that the cheap clone doesn’t work on this particular board, the biggest consequence of the chapeau clone is that bulk transfers are much slower: About Us Contact Hackaday.
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If we ignore for a second that the cheap clone doesn’t work on this particular board, the biggest consequence of the chapeau clone is that bulk transfers are much slower: In addition, there are roughly 3 idle cycles between a fast clock group. The suffix is really different, with 6 clock clocks but also a fast clock group in between. It may be that 12MHz is really just pushing things too much.
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I was supposed to work on getting the SiI up and runningbut UPS delivered a nice package today: Sign up Already a member? While the Terasic was rock solid in its communication with the Color3 board. TMS bits to be written bit My money is on the clock speed: Use this macro to access the name of the command being handled, rather than blastfr the variable di It’s not that it’s broken: I was supposed to work on getting the SiI up and runningbut UPS delivered a nice package today:.
A fast clock group sets the clock at 12MHz instead of 6MHz.
Must be set to indicate byte-shift mode. The most important signal here is TCK, in yellow.
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This function provides jtsg “bit sequence” indicating what has to be done with TMS during a sequence of Meanwhile, during a fast clock group, the clock toggles at 6MHz.
About Us Contact Hackaday. And here’s the equivalent of the cheap clone.
There are 3 major sections: Use this macro to access the arguments for the command being handled, rather than accessing the varia This function gets the state of the “state follower” which tracks the state of the TAPs connected to The set of signals below that is a slightly zoomed in version of jjtag one above. For the cheap clone, the spacing is huge: In the middle we have the expected 16 fast clock groups.
As I wrote earlierthe biggest issue with the cheap clone is that it doesn’t work on my eeColor Color3 board. We see a similar pattern, but interestingly enough, it’s not the same. All processing is done with a simply state machine.
We have a prefix with 8 slow clocks, but in between the second and the third slow clock, there’s a signal fast clock group. Encapsulates a series of bits to be clocked out, affecting state and mode of the interface. A really interesting difference is in the spacing between fast clock groups: This function sets the state of a “state follower” which tracks the state of the TAPs connected to th A header byte has to be sent as.
What remains is the question about why the cheap clone doesn’t work. It looks like the cheap clone is able to squeeze out bits really fast, but blaxter quite a bit of software overhead in processing the next byte in the USB packet.