Overview

The DE10-Nano development board features a Cyclone® V SoC FPGA combined with a wide range of peripheral devices and I/O expansion headers to create a powerful development platform. This low-cost kit serves an interactive, web-based "guided tour" that lets you quickly learn the basics of SoC FPGA development and provides an excellent platform on which to develop your own SoC FPGA design.

Cyclone V SoCs integrate a dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A9 MPCore™ hard processor, peripherals, and memory interfaces with FPGA fabric using a high-bandwidth interconnect backbone. They combine the performance and power savings of a hard processor system (HPS) with the flexibility of programmable logic.

Board Photos

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Board Block Diagram

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System Block Diagram

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Kit Features

The DE10-Nano Development board features the following:
  • Cyclone V SE development board
    • Featured devices
      • Cyclone V SE SoC—5CSEMA6U23I7N (SoC)
      • MAX II CPLD—EPM570GF100 (embedded USB-BlasterTM II cable)
    • FPGA configuration sources
      • Embedded USB-Blaster II (JTAG) cable
      • Serial configuration flash - EPCS128
      • Hard processor system (HPS)
    • FPGA I/O interfaces
      • x2 push buttons
      • x4 slide switches
      • x8 LEDs
      • Three 50MHz clock sources from the clock generator
      • Two 40-pin expansion header with diode protection
      • One Arduino expansion header (Uno R3 compatibility), can connect with Arduino shields.
      • One 10-pin Analog input expansion header. (shared with Arduino Analog input)
      • 8-channel, 12-bit A/D converter, 500ksps 4-pin SPI interface with FPGA
      • HDMI Output
    • Hard Processor System (HPS)
      • 800MHz Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor
      • 1GB DDR3 SDRAM (32-bit data bus)
      • x1 Gigabit Ethernet PHY with RJ45 connector
      • x1 USB OTG port, USB Micro-AB connector
      • Micro SD card socket
      • 1 8GByte SD Card flash
      • Accelerometer (I2C interface + interrupt)
      • UART to USB, USB Mini-B connector
      • Warm reset button and cold reset button
      • One user button and one user LED
      • LTC 2x7 expansion header
    • Embedded software
      • Linux kernel 4.1.33 LTSI
      • Angstrom 2016.12
    • FPGA hardware design
      • 32-bit Fast Fourier Transform engine (FFT)
      • HDMI output (video pipeline)
      • General-purpose I/O (GPIO) for LEDs, push buttons, and slide switches
      • SPI master interface to A/D converter
      • I/F to Arduino shield headers (digital I/O, serial I/O, A/D converter)
        • GPIO
        • SPI master
        • I2C Controller
        • UART

Arduino Header

The board provides Arduino Uno revision 3 compatibility expansion header which comes with four independent headers. The expansion header has 17 user pins (16pins GPIO and 1pin Reset) connected directly to the Cyclone V SoC FPGA. 6-pins Analog input connects to ADC, and also provides DC +9V (VCC9), DC +5V (VCC5), DC +3.3V (VCC3P3 and IOREF), and three GND pins.

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In addition to the 16 pins for digital GPIO, there are also 6 analog inputs on the Arduino Uno R3 Expansion Header (ADC_IN0 ~ ADC_IN5) which are connected to an analog-to-digital converter (Linear Technology LTC2308). The LTC2308 is a low noise, 500ksps, 8-channel, 12-bit ADC with a SPI/MICROWIRE compatible serial interface. It can be configured to accept eight input signals at inputs ADC_IN0 through ADC_IN7. These eight input signals are connected to a 2x5 header, as shown below.

Analog Connections

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2x40 Pin Headers

The board has two 40-pin expansion headers. Each header has 36 user pins connected directly to the Cyclone V SoC FPGA. It also comes with DC +5V (VCC5), DC +3.3V (VCC3.3), and two GND pins. The Figure below shows the I/O distribution of the GPIO connector. The maximum power consumption allowed for a daughter card connected to one or two GPIO ports is as follows:
  • 5V: 1.0A (depending on the power adapter specification)
  • 3.3V: 1.5A

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