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Can I connect USB to logic part on Altera SoC's

Altera_Forum
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Hi, 

 

I want to connect the USB OTG of ARM to the programmable part. Can I do that? 

 

Thanks,
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Altera_Forum
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Referring to the "USB OTG Controller Block Diagram", where do you want to connect the FPGA logic fabric? What do you want to achieve?  

 

If at all, the USB-PHY connection side could be wired to FPGA-IOs. Question is, why?
Altera_Forum
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Referring to the "USB OTG Controller Block Diagram", where do you want to connect the FPGA logic fabric? What do you want to achieve?  

 

If at all, the USB-PHY connection side could be wired to FPGA-IOs. Question is, why? 

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Thank you for the reply. 

 

Why? For a study. Using an already implemented usb link is a good idea for me. 

 

I dont have too much experience with Altera sorry, http://zedboard.org/content/redirecting-peripherals-mio-emio this thread explains my question better. 

 

Regards
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