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Found 4 results

  1. Version 1.1


    Generic UCF file for the Papilio One FPGA board.
  2. Version 1.0


    The Papilio DUO is a FPGA on the top and Arduino on the bottom. This is the ucf file which maps the FPGA pins for the board.
  3. Version 1.5


    The Pin Converter tool is used to generate all Papilio UCF files. Use it to make your own UCF files! When creating an HDL design, eventually you may want to relocate your wing pin assignment. For instance, you may be moving your design to another type of board or to another location on the same board. The pin_converter project provides a tool to help with this. Created by Thelonious and maintained on GitHub:
  4. Version 1.1


    The Papilio Pro board implements SDRAM instead of SRAM. It also has switching voltage regulators which means no heat will be generated on the board. This board is still in prototype stage.