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- Example #1: A Switch and An LED. You need first to add the needed files that define Digilent boards to Vivado in order to use them during project creation. The added files are basically XML files defining different interfaces on the board. Interfaces such as Slide Switches, Push Buttons, LEDs, USB-UART, DDR Memory, Ethernet etc
- Example that measures an analog voltage on PORTA RA0 (AN0) and transmits the result on the USART as a voltage value (float 0.00 - 5.00). Termite can be used on the PC to view the results. ex4_uart_sw.c
- Numato Lab’s Narvi FPGA Development Board is used in this example, but any compatible FPGA platform can be used with minor changes to the steps. Screenshots are added wherever possible to make the process easier for the reader. Step 1: Open the Vivado Design suite, go to “File->Project ->New” to create a new project.