Hardware Setup and Run - 3.1 English

DisplayPort 1.4 RX Subsystem Product Guide (PG300)

Document ID
PG300
Release Date
2024-05-30
Version
3.1 English
  1. Connect the Tokyo Electron Device Limited (TED) TB-FMCH-VFMC-DP module to the HPC FMC connector on the KCU105 board, to the FMCP2 connector on the VCK190, to the HPC0 connector on the ZCU102, or to the FMCP HSPC connector on the VCU118 depending on your design.
  2. Connect a USB cable (Type A to mini B) from the host PC to the USB UART port on the KCU105 for serial communication. For the KCU105, ZCU102, or VCU118, use Type A to micro B type of USB cable. For the VCK190 board, connect the USB cable (Type A to Type C) from the host PC to the USB port (U20).
  3. Connect a JTAG USB Platform cable or a USB Type A to Micro B cable from the host PC to the board for programming BIT and ELF files.
  4. For pass-through or TX-only applications, connect a DP cable from the TX port of the TED TB-FMCH-VFMC-DP module to a monitor, as shown in the following figure.
  5. For pass-through or RX-only applications, connect a DP cable from the RX port of the TED TB-FMCH-VFMC-DP module to a DP source (GPU), as shown in the following figure.
    Figure 1. ZCU102 Board Setup
  6. On the KCU105 set the mode pin to SW15:

  7. On the ZCU102, set the mode pin to SW6.

  8. Connect the power supply and power on the board.
  9. Start an UART terminal program such as Tera Term or Putty with the following settings:
    1. Baud rate = 115200 for ZCU102/VCU118
    2. Data bits = 8
    3. Parity = none
    4. Stop bits = 1
    5. Flow Control = none
      Note: With the ZCU102 board, there are four COM ports available.
  10. In the Vitis IDE, under the Project Explorer, right-click the application and click Run As > Run Configurations.

  11. In the Run Configurations popup menu, right-click Xilinx Application Debugger and click New.
  12. In the Target Setup tab, the Reset entire system is enabled.