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Junyong
Beginner
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Hi all,

 

I have Stratix 10 Tx Development kit and I'm trying to run the PAR file of Stratix10_PCIeGen3x8_DMA_18_0.

 

I'm trying to program the FPGA after the compilation.

 

Because it's the first time for me to program the FPGA, do I need to purchase 10-pin JTAG cable to program the FPGA?

 

Currently, I'm trying to program my FPGA with the USB b-type cable.

 

I searched some posts, but I couldn't find the appropriate answer for this question.

 

Best Regards,

 

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FvM
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Hi,
devkit user and quick start guide should be your first information source. They clearly state that embedded download cable is the usual method, see user guide chapter 4.4.1.
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Farabi
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Hello,


Is this the board you are using now? please confirm.

link : https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/details/fpga/development-kits/stratix/10-tx-signal-integrity.html


regards,

Farabi


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Junyong
Beginner
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Farabi,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

Yes, right. According to the user's guide, USB-blaster II replaces the JTAG cable. That is the embedded version in the FPGA kit.

 

I think that I don't need the JTAG cable to oeprate it. Am I right?

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IntelSupport
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Hi

Good day,


May refer to this link : https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/docs/programmable/683591/current/development-kit-overview.html


Below is the image for Intel® Stratix® 10 TX Transceiver Signal Integrity Development Kit Picture. There is no need to buy another JTAG cable or USB Blaster because it already installed on the board. You may just use On-board FPGA download cable (CN1).


Thank You

ELINA


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