thanks for your quick reply.. my board is cyclone v . But i wanted to know the exact version of board. I gone through all user manuals .but i couldnt able to fetch it. Could you please tell me if you know it.5csema5f31c6nf and cyclone v , terasic , Altera ARM
Remove the F from the end and you have the part number. That tells you everything there is to know about the FPGA.For a part number decoder (tells you all features of your device), see page 27 of the manual: https://www.altera.com/en_us/pdfs/literature/hb/cyclone-v/cv_5v1.pdf
--- Quote Start --- thanks for your quick reply.. my board is cyclone v . But i wanted to know the exact version of board. I gone through all user manuals .but i couldnt able to fetch it. Could you please tell me if you know it. 5csema5f31c6nf and cyclone v , terasic , Altera ARM --- Quote End --- Hi, You may refer to the Cyclone V device overview by looking for the ordering information for the part information. https://www.altera.com/en_us/pdfs/literature/hb/cyclone-v/cv_5v1.pdf The OPN - 5csema5f31c6nf is not the GT feature but is Cyclone V SE feature ( SoC FPGA with enhanced logic/memory) Best Regards, irishling (This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation)
--- Quote Start --- My Board is DE1 fpga : 5csema5f31c6nf please help me to configure my board thanks --- Quote End --- --- Quote Start --- Where can I find the best examples for FPGA programming? --- Quote End --- Hi sasi1922, Since you are using the DE1-SoC board from Terasic, then you should refer to the DE1-SoC board user manual on the configuration scheme being using for the Cyclone V. The DE1-SoC board is using JTAG and Active Serial configuration scheme to program the Cyclone V from the EPCS128 flash device. http://www.terasic.com.tw/cgi-bin/page/archive.pl?language=english&categoryno=167&no=836&partno=4 As stated in the DE1-SoC board user manual, you can refer under chapter 3.2 “Configuration of Cyclone V SoC FPGA on DE1-SoC” for all the steps to perform the JTAG and Active Serial configuration scheme Regards, nyusof (This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation)
If I want to know the exact device, assuming there is no heatsink, Inlook at the part number on the chip. If there is a heatsink I look at scematics for the board and check that they are up-to-date.