Monthly Archives: September 2013

Zedboard: Linaro + ADV7511 demo

I’m pursuing a few different directions with the Zedboard, one of which you might think of as the from-scratch Linaro (Ubuntu) Linux option. This post outlines the build process in case anyone finds it useful. I used two main sources … Continue reading

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Zedboard: UG873 chapter 6

I skipped a few chapters of UG873 since chapter 6 looked more interesting. The main difference between the Zedboard and the ZC702 for this chapter is the RAM: only 512 MB on the Zedboard versus 1 GB on the ZC702. … Continue reading

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Zedboard: UG873 chapters 2 and 3

I take it there are some official Zedboard tutorials out there somewhere, but I certainly don’t have the time or money to go to some in-person class. I also hate watching videos, so what’s the next best thing? UG873, which … Continue reading

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Zedboard: First impressions

I’m working on a project involving a MicroZed, but the ship date on that slipped, so I ended up getting a Zedboard as a “bonus.” First impressions: kinda frustrating. I followed the Getting Started card in the box, plugged it … Continue reading

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