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resources:fpga:altera:bemicro:cn0178 [16 Nov 2012 17:57]
larsc [Evaluation Boards]
resources:fpga:altera:bemicro:cn0178 [15 Feb 2013 15:59]
AdrianC Updated uC/Probe related links
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 ====== Overview ====== ====== Overview ======
  
-This lab presents the steps to setup an environment for using the **[[adi>​EVAL-CN0178-SDPZ]]** evaluation board together with the **[[http://​www.arrownac.com/​solutions/​bemicro-sdk/​|BeMicro SDK]]** USB stick, the Nios II Embedded Development Suite (EDS) and the [[http://​micrium.com/​page/products/tools/probe|Micrium μC-Probe]] run-time monitoring tool. Below is presented a picture of the EVAL-CN0178-SDPZ Evaluation Board with the BeMicro SDK Platform.+This lab presents the steps to setup an environment for using the **[[adi>​EVAL-CN0178-SDPZ]]** evaluation board together with the **[[http://​www.arrownac.com/​solutions/​bemicro-sdk/​|BeMicro SDK]]** USB stick, the Nios II Embedded Development Suite (EDS) and the [[http://​micrium.com/​tools/ucprobe/overview/|Micrium μC-Probe]] run-time monitoring tool. Below is presented a picture of the EVAL-CN0178-SDPZ Evaluation Board with the BeMicro SDK Platform.
  
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   * [[http://​www.arrownac.com/​solutions/​bemicro-sdk|BeMicro SDK]]   * [[http://​www.arrownac.com/​solutions/​bemicro-sdk|BeMicro SDK]]
   * [[http://​www.altera.com/​devices/​processor/​nios2|Nios II Embedded Development Suite (EDS)]]   * [[http://​www.altera.com/​devices/​processor/​nios2|Nios II Embedded Development Suite (EDS)]]
-  * [[http://​micrium.com/​page/products/tools/probe|Micrium uC-Probe]]+  * [[http://​micrium.com/​tools/ucprobe/overview/|Micrium uC-Probe]]
  
 ====== Getting Started ====== ====== Getting Started ======
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   * [[http://​www.altera.com/​products/​software/​quartus-ii/​web-edition/​qts-we-index.html|Quartus II Web Edition]] design software v11.0   * [[http://​www.altera.com/​products/​software/​quartus-ii/​web-edition/​qts-we-index.html|Quartus II Web Edition]] design software v11.0
   * [[https://​www.altera.com/​download/​software/​nios-ii|Nios II EDS]] v11.0   * [[https://​www.altera.com/​download/​software/​nios-ii|Nios II EDS]] v11.0
-  * [[http://​micrium.com/​page/products/tools/probe|uC-Probe]] run-time monitoring tool+  * [[http://​micrium.com/​tools/ucprobe/trial/​|uC-Probe]] run-time monitoring tool, version 2.5
  
 The **Quartus II** design software and the **Nios II EDS** is available via the Altera Complete Design Suite DVD or by downloading from the web.  The **Quartus II** design software and the **Nios II EDS** is available via the Altera Complete Design Suite DVD or by downloading from the web. 
  
-The **Micrium uC/Probe Trial** version is available via download from the web at [[http://​micrium.com/​download/Micrium-uC-Probe-Setup-Trial.exe]].  After installation add to the “Path” system variable the entry "//​%QUARTUS_ROOTDIR%\bin\//​“ on the third position in the list.+The **Micrium uC/Probe Trial** version ​2.5 is available via download from the web at [[http://​micrium.com/​tools/​ucprobe/​trial/]].  After installation add to the “Path” system variable the entry "//​%QUARTUS_ROOTDIR%\bin\//​“ on the third position in the list.
  
 ===== Downloads ===== ===== Downloads =====
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 **Section C** is used to store the calibration data and to display the calculated information. The calibration is performed by applying four known signal levels to the ADL5902 and measuring the corresponding output codes from the ADC. The calibration points chosen should be within the linear operating range of the device. In this example, calibration points at 10 dBm, 0 dBm, −10 dBm, and −20 dBm were used. **Section C** is used to store the calibration data and to display the calculated information. The calibration is performed by applying four known signal levels to the ADL5902 and measuring the corresponding output codes from the ADC. The calibration points chosen should be within the linear operating range of the device. In this example, calibration points at 10 dBm, 0 dBm, −10 dBm, and −20 dBm were used.
  
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 User has to add manually ADC Code and Input Power for each signal, in the Calibration Data section. Frequency and temperature are optional. Slope and Intercept are calculated by the interface. User has to add manually ADC Code and Input Power for each signal, in the Calibration Data section. Frequency and temperature are optional. Slope and Intercept are calculated by the interface.
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 The SLOPE and INTERCEPT calibration coefficients are calculated using the equations: The SLOPE and INTERCEPT calibration coefficients are calculated using the equations:
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 In order to retrieve the appropriate SLOPE and INTERCEPT calibration coefficients during circuit operation, the observed CODE from the ADC must be compared to CODE_1, CODE_2, CODE_3, and CODE_4. For example if the CODE from the ADC is between CODE_1 and CODE_2, then the SLOPE1 and INTERCEPT1 should be used. In order to retrieve the appropriate SLOPE and INTERCEPT calibration coefficients during circuit operation, the observed CODE from the ADC must be compared to CODE_1, CODE_2, CODE_3, and CODE_4. For example if the CODE from the ADC is between CODE_1 and CODE_2, then the SLOPE1 and INTERCEPT1 should be used.
  
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 The interface chooses the slope and intercept for each ADC code and calculates the Power. For the error to be calculated, it is necessary to add manually the Input Power. Frequency and temperature are optional. The interface chooses the slope and intercept for each ADC code and calculates the Power. For the error to be calculated, it is necessary to add manually the Input Power. Frequency and temperature are optional.
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