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08-03-2009 02:08 AM
i am using exp video board wich consists of DVI output and DVI input. in my design i am using DVI output. TFP410 transmitter is used for DVI output.before sending the Pixel data, we need to configure the rigisters of TFP410 using I2C. As i am using EXP VIDEO MODULE the TFP410 is mounted on the board with required hardware settings. my problem is i could not read or write the registers. in I2C write cycle i am recieving acknowledgements for slave address, sub-address and data. but when i read back the same registers i am recieaving the value "00". even if i read the read only registers i could recieve only "00". my query is that why i am recieving the value as "00" even when i recieve acknowledgement for slave address and sub-address.
here the problem is that until and unless the TFP410 is configured,i cannot send the pixel data. kindly provide me solution for this.
08-05-2009 03:52 PM
If you go to the Avnet Video Kit page (http://www.em.avnet.com/spartan3adsp-video) you'll find 2 ISE based reference design that uses a PicoBlaze processor to configure the TFP410 via I2C. You may learn something from those reference designs.
08-09-2009 08:06 PM
As previously mentionned, the Avnet Video Kit (http://www.em.avnet.com/spartan3adsp-video) provides reference designs for the EXP Video Module.
The "ISE Demos for the Xilinx Spartan-3A DSP 1800A Video Kit" provides a reference design which uses a PicoBlaze processor (in the FPGA logic) to configure the TFP410.
The "EDK Demos for the Xilinx Spartan-3A DSP 1800A Video Kit" provides a reference design which uses a MicroBlaze processor (in the FPGA logic) to configure the TFP410.
11-11-2009 11:50 PM
Today I faced the same I2C read problem...
Did you find a solution to cover this item meanwhile?
May I kindly ask you to provide the related data?
Many thanky in advance!
11-12-2009 03:40 AM
How are you reading the values ?
- using a Microblaze-based design ?
- using a Picoblaze-based design ?
If you use the Microblaze-based design mentionned above, you will be able to perform the following I2C transactions via the serial port:
- 's' => scan for I2C devices
- 'i' => I2C diagnostics menu : read and write any register from any of the I2C devices
- 'e' => read DVI monitor's eeprom via I2C
Please read the reference design documentation for more information.
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