Of course you shouldn’t have to write your own controller code! It doesn’t seem to work for me. The LCD interface consists of the 7 signals listed below. The software application simply initializes the LCD, clears the display and writes a message over the two lines. I found two posts that were relevant: I tried this tutorial with the ML board.

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Peter on May 31, at 2: We have detected your current browser version is not the latest one. Miniuser on May 25, at 7: I tried to open the original project you have put on your site to see if I could figure the differences between two or not, now the issue is that since I musing XPS You still have to do some work, but most of the brain-stretching work has already been done.

Surendra on July 18, at 6: All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. It is recommended that you read those documents before following this design. I am not paid for forum posts.

I tried this tutorial with the ML board. I have tried your sample design using EDk It contains several functions for performing the signal sequences for writing characters to the LCD, moving the cursor, etc.


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Hi again, for part 1, I figured out that XPS could nt handle the alias u chose, i. The design is built on the interface specifications contained in the LCD datasheet.

Emily on Ml50 27, at 5: Do not post a new topic or question on someone else’s thread, start a new thread! This tutorial contains screenshots to guide you through the entire implementation process.

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Have you read the manual? The signal timing requirements of the LCD will be achieved by using a Timer peripheral.

The software application simply initializes the LCD, clears the display and writes a message over the two lines. Or if a Xilinx employee can supply me with one. But i am not able to display anything on the LCD. Click on the images to view a higher resolution.

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They are shown with pin description, pin name from the LCD datasheet, and the net name from the ML schematic. Did you build the project by going through the tutorial, or did you download the project files directly? Search the forums and search the web for similar topics. I don’t want to control the LCD via a processor.


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Edesom on August 28, at 2: Yes, you can simulate in modelsim. Can you please advice me how to resolve this issue?

The main function of the software application will provide a simple example of how to clear the display, write a message on the LCD and to change the cursor location. Miles on August 25, at 2: Also if i have a basic knowledge on writing C programs, would i be able to write code for my embedded system project using the xilinx FPGA?

I have no board to support EDK. Jeff on July 18, at 8: