• Arty A7-35T: Artix®-7 XC7A35TICSG324-1L FPGA
  • Arty A7-100T: Artix®-7 XC7A100TCSG324-1 FPGA

PetaLinux for Artix-7 Arty Base Project

In the final part of the Arty base project tutorial, we build a PetaLinux project that’s tailored to our Arty base design. Then we boot PetaLinux on our hardware and verify that we have network connectivity by checking the Arty’s DHCP assigned IP address and then pinging it from a PC. Tools used I used the following setup to do this project: Vivado 2017.3 on a Windows 10 machine PetaLinux 2017. [Read More]

Artix-7 Arty Base Project

Here’s a base project for the Arty board based on the Artix-7 FPGA. The Arty is a nice little dev board because it’s low cost ($99 USD) but it’s still got enough power and connectivity to make it very useful. I really like the fact that the JTAG and UART are both accessed through the same USB connector, so I only need to connect one USB cable. [Read More]

ARTY: The $99 Artix-7 FPGA eval kit

ARTY: The $99 Artix-7 FPGA eval kit
I just got the news about the new ARTY $99 FPGA evaluation kit being released and I thought it was worth a mention. At the $99 price point and with the Arduino shield connector, they’ll attract a lot of hobbyists who can now hook up one of the many existing Arduino shields to a Series-7 FPGA. Another interesting thing is that it ships with a webserver reference design so you’ve got a head-start on your IoT applications. [Read More]