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1.2. About the LogicTile Express 20MG daughterboard

The daughterboard is designed as a platform for developing systems based on Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (AMBA®) that use the Advanced eXtensible Interface (AXI™) or custom logic for use with ARM cores or clusters.

Note

The daughterboard is designed to be used with a Versatile Express μATX Motherboard.

The daughterboard contains the following devices:

  • One Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA, XC7V2000T-1:

    • Speed grade -1.

  • NAND Flash memory for high speed FPGA programming and configuration.

  • Daughterboard Configuration Controller to configure the FPGA.

  • 4GB of DDR3 64-bit memory using a Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module (SO-DIMM).

  • HDRXL header on the bottom side of the board with two High-Speed Buses (HSBs), one master, one slave, that connect to the other daughterboard site.

  • HDRYL header on the bottom side of the board with five buses to the motherboard.

  • HDRXU and HDRYU headers on the top side of the board for expansion:

    • The HDRYU header is only partly populated. the an306_revb.xdc file in the docs directory of the DVD supplied with the V2F-1XV7 daughterboard.

  • Two Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) Host, H, and two SATA Device, D, connectors.

  • JTAG and Trace debug interfaces.

  • Eight green user LEDs, S0-S7, connected to the Daughterboard Configuration Controller.

  • One green user LED, FPGA_LED, connected to the FPGA.

  • One green FPGA DONE_LED.

  • One green 3V3 power supply LED.

  • One red OverTemp LED.

  • Eight red FPGA power supply fault LEDs.

  • Eight general-purpose Dual In-line Package (DIP) switches.

You must supply external 12V to the board through the 6-pin PCIE connector. The power supply must be able to supply 6.25A.

The V2F-1XV7 daughterboard supports board stacking. Clock domains. Each board in a stacked system must have its own external 12V supply.

Figure 1.1 and Figure 1.2 show the physical layout of the daughterboard.

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Note

When the daughterboard is fitted to the motherboard, the upper side of the board faces away from the motherboard.

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Note

The lower side of the daughterboard is the side that connects to the motherboard.

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