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The "simple servo" project from the book hooks up the server to P50. It's constraint file server.ucf looks like this: NET "servo" LOC = P50 | IOSTANDARD = LVTTL; The hexapod example has the servo user constraints in mojo.ucf. There are 3 banks of 1 enable and 8 servo outputs. Here is what that looks...
- April 25th, 2018, 12:27 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Success with Mojo and creating hexadecimal counter components
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Hello all, I just started with the Mojo board and IDE this month, and in general I am having lots of success. I installed the IDE on Windows 10, installed the wrong Xilinx ISE version Windows 10, ran into lots of issues, but I came to this board found some guidance and got up and running with the co...