Perfect, those are exactly what I needed to look at. It works now and I can measure the signal.
Thanks for the help! - Aaron Vontell On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 12:20 PM, Robert Jördens <r...@m-labs.hk> wrote: > On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 5:39 PM, Aaron Vontell <aaronvont...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > I am new to working with FPGAs, so sorry if this is a very simple > question. > > I am working with a Pipistrello FPGA board, which is being controlled by > > ARTIQ. Using ARTIQ, I have configured a device_db.pyon file for TTL > outputs > > (following the steps from > > https://m-labs.hk/artiq/manual-release-2/core_device.html#pipistrello), > and > > have written a simple program that will pulse some of the TTL outputs. I > am > > attempting to measure the output using an oscilloscope, but I am having > > trouble with figuring out where the actual output is on the board. After > > searching online, I have not found any decent documentation regarding > what > > the different channels on the board represent, or which ports are used > for > > what. > > > > Any help with finding a resource that details the outputs of the board, > or > > simply a tip on where to look for these TTL pulses on the board would be > > greatly appreciated! > > The mapping is also on the nist-qc1/qcpapilio schematic that you have. > > -- > Robert Jördens. >
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