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2 x FPGA Carrier boards: ZCU102 eval kit
1 x GMSL Deserializer: MAX96724-BAK-EVK
1 x GMSL FMC adapter
2 x 16GB SD cards
1 x SFP+ Ethernet cable
The SD-card Image for the Xilinx ZCU102 board can be found here: gmsl_driver.img.xz
More details on how to extract a compressed image and write it on the SD card on Linux and Windows can be found here: Writing an image onto the SD card
Solder a pcb connector on the FMC adapter's J5 and configure the jumpers as the following.
Place a 0 OHM resistor on R88.
Connect the Deserializer and the FMC adapter to ZCU102 FMC HPC1 connector.
Connect an ethernet cable to the ZCU102 RJ45 port.
Attach to the serial terminal using the first USB com port that appears after connecting the ZCU102's USB, with a baud rate of 115200.
#Configure the video pipeline and the cameras (invalid argument messages can be ignored) $ cd /home/analog/Workspace/ZCU102 $ ./media_cfg.sh #Start streaming to another host $ cd /home/analog/Workspace/gstreamer $ ./server.sh **[IP of the viewing station]** $ ./server.sh 192.168.0.103
Now the streams are running on ports 5004 to 5007, depending on the configured number of cameras
On the receiving side, G-streamer must be installed
Now open 4 instances of g-streamer for each port(5004-5007)
Copy the devicetree from the folder that matches the number of connected cameras
$ sudo mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt $ cd /mnt $ ls ZCU102/device_tree/ tier4_1cam tier4_2cam tier4_3cam tier4_4cam $ sudo cp ZCU102/device_tree/tier4_2cam/system.dtb . $ sudo reboot