- Full support for Vivado, including tool integration, example projects and tutorials
- Breadboardable with 48-pin DIP form factor header
- Pmod connector for add-on hardware devices
- Programmable from JTAG and Quad-SPI flash
12 MHz external clock
The Digilent Cmod S7 is a small, 48-pin DIP form factor board built around a Xilinx Spartan 7 FPGA. 32 FPGA digital I/O signals, 2 FPGA analog input signals, an external power input rail, and ground are routed to 100-mil-spaced through-hole pins, making the Cmod S7 well suited for use with solderless breadboards. At just 0.7” by 3.05” inches, it can be loaded in a standard socket and used in embedded systems. The board also includes a programming ROM, clock source, USB programming and data transfer circuit, power supplies, LEDs, and buttons.
- Cmod S7 Reference Manual
- Cmod S7 Schematic
- Master XDC Files
- Xilinx 7 Series FPGAs Overview
- Xilinx Spartan-7 Datasheet
Note: Xilinx software tools are not available for download in some countries. Prior to purchasing the Cmod S7, please check the supporting software's availability, as it is required for the board's use.
- Walks through installing Vivado and Vitis, the development environments used to create hardware and software applications targeting Digilent FPGA development boards.
- Walks through using Vivado and Vitis to create a design in hardware and software that uses a processor to control buttons and LEDs.
- Walks through using Vivado to create a simple design that blinks a single LED.
- Digilent Pmod IPs can be used to control connected Pmods from baremetal software.
- It should be noted that not all Pmods are supported and that Pmod IPs are only supported in versions of Vivado 2019.1 and older.
- Learn how to use Vivado's built-in simulator for the first time