A Raspberry Pi hat to turn it into a JTAG programmerDesigned by Retro Supplies in United Kingdom
This is a board which fits on top of a Raspberry Pi's 40pin GPIO and allows you to program CPLDs and FPGAs such as those from Xilinx and Altera with it, as well as many microcontrollers. It is compat…Read More…
This is a board which fits on top of a Raspberry Pi's 40pin GPIO and allows you to program CPLDs and FPGAs such as those from Xilinx and Altera with it, as well as many microcontrollers.
It is compatible with xc3sprog, OpenOCD and UrJTAG. It should also work with any other JTAG utility that can use the Pi's GPIO.
It features the following:
It is compatible with current Raspberry Pis that have a 40pin GPIO. You will need at least a little familiarity with the Linux command line on the Raspberry Pi to install and use the software.
Raspberry Pi and mounting posts / screws not included.
Last photo is the pogo pin connector and cable so that you can program 2.54mm 6pin jtag boards with or without a header soldered on. This is an optional add-on.
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Robert | Nov. 22, 2023
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