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Xilinx provides a variety of "ug" user guide documents for their products.  The ug865
 
Xilinx provides a variety of "ug" user guide documents for their products.  The ug865
("Zynq-7000 SoC Packaging and Pinout Product Specification") ([https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/selection-guides/zynq-7000-product-selection-guide.pdf|2018-07 link]) in particular can be useful
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("Zynq-7000 SoC Packaging and Pinout Product Specification") ([https://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/selection-guides/zynq-7000-product-selection-guide.pdf 2018-07 version]) in particular can be useful
 
when trying to understand the pins of the Zynq-7010 or Zynq-7020 -clg400's on Snickerdoodle boards.
 
when trying to understand the pins of the Zynq-7010 or Zynq-7020 -clg400's on Snickerdoodle boards.
  

Revision as of 23:18, 5 March 2021

When starting to use the Snickerdoodle for the first time, some of the Zynq pin names can be confusing. TODO: add link to question in the forum.

Resources

There are a few resources you should be looking at when referencing pin-outs for the Zynq chip on your Snickerdoodle.

ug865 User Guide

Xilinx provides a variety of "ug" user guide documents for their products. The ug865 ("Zynq-7000 SoC Packaging and Pinout Product Specification") (2018-07 version) in particular can be useful when trying to understand the pins of the Zynq-7010 or Zynq-7020 -clg400's on Snickerdoodle boards.

Especially of interest is the "ASCII Pinout Files" section. There you should find a link to the ASCII file for the Zynq chip on your Snickerdoodle board.

Additionally the "Pin Definitions" section will also be helpful.

TODO: rewrite and review the rest of this document