zygot Posted June 23, 2017 Share Posted June 23, 2017 (edited) Here's a utility for debugging and testing your code in hardware and uses any IO pin to send an ASCII representation of any signal through a hardware UART interface. If you don't have a UART on you FPGA board there are TTL USB UART breakout boards and cables that allow any spare IO pin to become a UART interface. This code is functionally the same as one recently released by Hamster but developed independently for the Fast Data Interface project. I recommend comparing the different coding styles. I decided to release this as a separate project as there are likely more people interested in this one that the other. This project contains test bench code. UartDebuggerR3.zip Edited September 6, 2017 by zygot new version JColvin, D@n and That_Guy 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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