2.1. Using the Logic Tile with an Interface Module or with a baseboard

The Logic Tile must be used with an external board that provides power and JTAG connectors (for example, an Integrator IM-LT1 or IM-LT3 Interface Module, or the RealView PB926EJ-S baseboard).

Figure 2.1 shows a standalone system of a Logic Tile mounted onto an IM-LT1 Interface Module. See Integrator IM-LT1 Interface Module User Guide (DUI 0187) for information on adding Logic Tiles to the IM-LT1. In this configuration, power and JTAG connection is provided by the IM-LT1.

Figure 2.1. Standalone operation with processor in FPGA

Figure 2.2 shows an example system of a Logic Tile mounted onto a RealView PB926EJ-S baseboard. See RealView Platform Baseboard for ARM926EJ-S User Guide (DUI 0224) for information on adding Logic Tiles to the PB926EJ-S. In this configuration, power and JTAG connection is provided by the PB926EJ-S.

Figure 2.2. Logic Tile mounted on a PB926EJ-S

Figure 2.3 shows an example system of a Logic Tile mounted onto tile site 2 of a RealView Emulation Baseboard (EB) with a Core Tile mounted onto tile site 1. See the RealView Emulation Baseboard User Guide (DUI 0303) for information on adding Logic Tiles and Core Tiles to the EB. In this configuration, power and JTAG connection is provided by the EB.

Figure 2.3. Logic Tile and Core Tile mounted on an EB

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