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  1. I'm trying to receive data from a keyboard via the PS/2 port on the Papilio One Arcade Megawing. Eventually I'll want to implement this from scratch, but I thought I'd get some public code working first as a form of smoke-test. The three sources I played with were I've modified each by changing the UCF file to NET "Clk" LOC="P89" | IOSTANDARD = LVCMOS25 | PERIOD=31.25ns; NET "Reset" LOC="P67" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL | PULLDOWN; NET "PS2_Clk" LOC="P91" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL | DRIVE=8 | SLEW=FAST | PULLUP; NET "PS2_Data" LOC="P92" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL | DRIVE=8 | SLEW=FAST | PULLUP; NET "LED1" LOC="P57" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL; NET "LED2" LOC="P53" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL; NET "LED3" LOC="P40" | IOSTANDARD=LVTTL; and I'm driving LED1 straight from PS2_Clk, LED2 from PS2_Data and LED3 from a register that should go from low to high (and stay high) when the first complete scancode is read. The problem is, with all three implementations, what I get instead is LED1 and LED2 are continuously on LED3 never turns on The keyboard I'm using is a Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000 via a USB-to-PS/2 dongle. The function key lock LED on the keyboard lights up when I connect it to the Papilio so at least I know it's getting juice. Full Xilinx ISE project dumps are available at @Leor mentioned below that the PS/2 port uses a clock frequency of 10 KHz. Does n't that mean that I should see a blinking LED (with about 1.6 second frequency) with the following code: library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.NUMERIC_STD.ALL; entity main is Port ( CLK : in STD_LOGIC; PS2_CLK : in STD_LOGIC; LED : out STD_LOGIC); end main; architecture Behavioral of main is signal counter: unsigned(13 downto 0) := (others => '0'); signal PS2_CLK_PREV : std_logic := '1'; signal LED_clamped : std_logic := '0'; begin LED <= LED_clamped; process(CLK) is begin if rising_edge(CLK) then if not (PS2_CLK = PS2_CLK_PREV) then counter <= counter + 1; end if; if counter = 0 then LED_clamped <= not LED_clamped; end if; PS2_CLK_PREV <= PS2_CLK; end if; end process; end Behavioral; Because if I try this, the LED is still continuously on.
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    Going to China for a month!

    enjoy your trip in China