Developed Red Pitaya 125-10

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Developed Red Pitaya 125-10

Post by hermes02386 » Fri Jan 29, 2021 2:02 am

Hello everybody, I am a graduate student.
I want red pitaya to automatically generate the interference signal that has been set, and it can directly generate the signal every time it is turned on.
So my approach is to use xilinx sdk software to generate a boot file and copy it to the sd card.
Is my method correct?
Please everybody help me solve my problems.

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Re: Developed Red Pitaya 125-10

Post by redpitaya » Mon Mar 22, 2021 11:12 am

Easiest way would be to run generate app or create your own app and run it when the system starts.
You can check this out: How to Run a Command on Startup in Linux ... 27796.html

If there is a need to start the generator before Linux starts then we would recommend setting the initial states of the generator in FPGA in such a way that it will start the generation expected signal by default.

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