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  • Introduction to Boundary Scan Test and In-System Programming

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    Introduction to Boundary Scan Test and In-System Programming

    www.latticesemi.com 1 bstisp_05 Introduction to Boundary Scan Test and In-System Programming February 2002 Introduction Lattice is the leading supplier of In-System Programmable (ISP™) devices and devices that are fully compliant with the IEEE-1149.1 testability standard. The Lattice…
  • LatticeECP/EC sysCONFIG Usage Guide

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    LatticeECP/EC sysCONFIG Usage Guide

    www.latticesemi.com 13-1 tn1053_02.5 September 2012 Technical Note TN1053 © 2012 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. All Lattice trademarks, registered trademarks, patents, and disclaimers are as listed at www.latticesemi.com/legal. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks…
  • LatticeECP2/M sysCONFIG Usage Guide (Japanese Language Version)

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    LatticeECP2/M sysCONFIG Usage Guide (Japanese Language Version)

    TN1108_02.1J Sept. 2008 LatticeECP2/M sysCONFIG LatticeECP2™ LatticeECP2M™ FPGA SRAM LatticeECP2/M sysCONFIG™ ispJTAG™ 15-1 15-1 SPI SPIm sysCONFIG ispJTAG JTAG (IEEE 1149.1 IEEE 1532 ) LatticeECP2/M LatticeECP2/M 3 PROGRAMN Low JTAG INIT DONE Low LatticeECP2/M…
  • Installation Guide for ispVM System Linux

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    Installation Guide for ispVM System Linux

    ispVM System Linux Installation and Setup Manual Rev. 3.0 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. Page 1 of 12 ispVM System Overview Lattice's ispVM System Download software has been the industry standard for supporting In-System Programming on PC, UNIX, and Linux systems, ATE, and the IEEE 1149.1…
  • Installation Guide for ispVM System UNIX

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    Installation Guide for ispVM System UNIX

    ispVM System UNIX Installation and Setup Manual Rev. 2.0 Lattice Semiconductor Corp. Page 1 of 7 ispVM System Overview Lattice's ispVM System Download software has been the industry standard for supporting In-System Programming on PC, UNIX, and Linux systems, ATE, and the IEEE 1149.1 Tool…
  • Diamond 3.7 Release Notes

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    Diamond 3.7 Release Notes

    Copyright © February 2016 Lattice Semiconductor Corporation. Release Notes for Lattice Diamond 3.7 Welcome to Lattice Diamond ® , the complete design environment for Lattice Semiconductor FPGAs. Lattice Diamond design software offers leading-edge design and implementation tools optimized for…
  • Diamond 2.0.1 Release Notes

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    Diamond 2.0.1 Release Notes

    Copyright © September 2012 Lattice Semiconductor Corporation. Release Notes for Lattice Diamond 2.0.1 Welcome to Lattice Diamond ® , the complete design environment for Lattice Semiconductor FPGAs. Lattice Diamond design software offers leading-edge design and implementation tools optimized for…
  • Lattice Diamond 2.0 Release Notes

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    Lattice Diamond 2.0 Release Notes

    Copyright © June 2012 Lattice Semiconductor Corporation. Release Notes for Lattice Diamond 2.0 Welcome to Lattice Diamond ® , the complete design environment for Lattice Semiconductor FPGAs. Lattice Diamond design software offers leading-edge design and implementation tools optimized for…
  • Diamond 1.3 Release Notes

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    Diamond 1.3 Release Notes

    July 5, 2011 Copyright © 2011 Lattice Semiconductor Corporation. Release Notes for Lattice Diamond 1.3 Welcome to Lattice Diamond ® , the complete design environment for Lattice Semiconductor FPGAs. Lattice Diamond design software offers leading-edge design and implementation tools optimized for…
  • How can I determine which boundary scan operations are supported for a given device and package, and what the values are?

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    How can I determine which boundary scan operations are supported for a given device and package, and what the values are?

    A BSDL (Boundary Scan Description Language) file is available for every Lattice device with a JTAG port. You can find the available operations for a given device in that device's BSDL file. This file, standardized by the IEEE1149.1 specification, describes all information necessary to…
  • Are "Boundary Scan Descriptive Language ", ( BSDL ) files available for Lattice Power Manager devices? 

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    Are "Boundary Scan Descriptive Language ", ( BSDL ) files available for Lattice Power Manager devices? 

    Yes, the Lattice website has a page dedicated to  Power Manager Devices , Power Manager II"Boundary Scan Descriptive Language", BSDL files are available under "DOWNLOADS" section of the page.
  • What could be the cause for "JTAG-NOP" error with ispVM?

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    What could be the cause for "JTAG-NOP" error with ispVM?

    JTAP-NOP indicates that a device was detected, but its JTAG IDCODE is not in the ispVM System database. There are a few reasons this may occur: 1.) The device is a newer Lattice device and is not yet supported by the version of ispVM System that you are using. Installing the latest version of ispVM…
  • Do you still have BSDL data for SiI3132 or any other storage products?

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    Do you still have BSDL data for SiI3132 or any other storage products?

    There's no BSDL data available. SiI3132 and other storage products are no longer in support and we are unable to provide further assistance.  All storage device resources are available at Lattice web site http://www.latticesemi.com/en/Support/ASSPSoftwareArchive.
  • What could cause the \u201CJTAG-NOP\u201D error message in ispVM System tool?

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    What could cause the \u201CJTAG-NOP\u201D error message in ispVM System tool?

    "JTAP-NOP" indicates that a device was detected, but its JTAG IDCODE is not in the ispVM System database. There are a few reasons this may occur: The device is a newer Lattice device and is not yet supported by the version of ispVM System that you are using. Installing the latest version of ispVM…
  • How can I generate application (design) specific BSDL file?

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    How can I generate application (design) specific BSDL file?

    Go to ispVM --> ispTools --> Application Specific BSDL File Generator, specify the JED and BSDL files, and push Generate button.
  • Which Lattice devices have BSDL files available?

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    Which Lattice devices have BSDL files available?

    A BSDL (Boundary Scan Description Language) file is available for every Lattice device with a JTAG port.This file, standardized by the IEEE1149.1 specification, describes all information necessary to perform boundary scan testing. Included are register lengths, instruction mappings, the…
  • When we generate a BSDL file using Depolyment Tool or ispVM, why are some pins changed from inputs and outputs to bi-directional signals ?

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    When we generate a BSDL file using Depolyment Tool or ispVM, why are some pins changed from inputs and outputs to bi-directional signals ?

    In the dialog box of Deployment Tool, please check Convert Bi-directional I/O's to Input and Output, or in the dialog box of BSDL Generator in ispVM, please check Convert Bidirectional Signals to Input and Ouptus and click on Generate, then the issue could be resolved.
  • What is the purpose of dual purpose pins in Lattice ECP5-25UM csfBGA285 package? What should be considered when these pins are connected to VCC or GND?

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    What is the purpose of dual purpose pins in Lattice ECP5-25UM csfBGA285 package? What should be considered when these pins are connected to VCC or GND?

    Dual purpose pins can be used to serve more than one function.For example, SPI pins can be used in programming as well as user I/O. These inputs/outputs are like regular GPIO and are not enabled in user mode, so users need not to be concerned. Dual purpose S0_IN to S7_IN and S0_OUT (in BSDL
  • ORT8850 FPSC Evaluation Board

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    ORT8850 FPSC Evaluation Board

    No longer available - for reference only. A complete hardware kit that allows the user to evaluate, test, and debug a design for the ORT8850 FPSC + Power.
  • Can the default BSDL file provided on the Lattice web site be used to test a programmed LatticeECP3 device after reinitialization?

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    Can the default BSDL file provided on the Lattice web site be used to test a programmed LatticeECP3 device after reinitialization?

    For LatticeECP3, the IO personality latches which is the I/O electrical properties such as Drive strength, buffer enable paths, open-drain, pullup/down/keeper is preserved after initial programming. These SRAM cells are not cleared by any other means but a power-on resetting clear or applying…
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