Configuration FII-PE7030 FPGA Board Based FPGA Products Hardware Reference Guide

FII-PE7030 Hardware Reference Guide

V1.1 Fraser innovation inc FII-PE7030 Hardware Reference Guide Version Control Version Date Description V1.0 08/27/2019 Initial Release V1.1 11/19/2019 Add some SD Card Part and Potentiometer Part Copyright Notice: © 2019 Fraser Innovation Inc ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Without written permission of Fraser Innovation Inc, no unit or individual may extract or modify part of or all the contents of this manual. Offenders will be held liable for their legal responsibility. Thank you for purchasing the FPGA development board. Please read the manual carefully before using the product and make sure…

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JTAG Configuration Description - FII-PRA010
Configuration Pocket Boards

JTAG Configuration Description – FII-PRA010 – Cyclone-10 FPGA Development Board with Jtag Embeded

FII-PRA010 – Cyclone-10 FPGA Development Board is based on our FII-PRA010 fpga board. You can buy it only $59. The official shopping website: https://fpgamarketing.com/FPGA-Study-Board-Verilog-for-beginner-Cyclone-10-FII-PRA006-FII-PRA006.htm Altera FPGA Study Board, Verilog for beginner – Cyclone-10 FPGA Development Board with Jtag Embeded – FII-PRA006 The advantage of FPGA beginner board: Beginner FPGA study board, cheaper but fully functional. cellphone sized. ( < 100 USD ) power supply and download at the same time, no extra power supply and no extra data transfer line needed Small volume and light and can be put into…

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JTAG Configuration Description - FII-PRA006
Configuration Pocket Boards

JTAG Configuration Description – FII-PRA006 – Cyclone-10 FPGA Development Board with Jtag Embeded

The latest DLL versions for Altera Quartus II or Intel Quartus Prime are 1.8b (Provided in the folder), for Quartus in Linux, get version 1.7b. To install the driver for Quartus II, do the following: Connect the MBFTDI programmer with a USB cable to a Windows computer. Make sure the device is detected and the FTDI drivers are already installed. To do this, look in the Device Manager Windows, in the COM and LPT ports section, two COM ports should appear. If instead you find two yellow question marks, then you need…

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