5.9.1. PCI Express 5.9.2. 10/100/1000 Ethernet (HPS) 5.9.3. 10/100/1000 Ethernet (FPGA) 5.9.4. FMC 5.9.5. HPS Shared I/O 5.9.6. USB 2.0 Port (HPS) 5.9.7. RS-232 UART (HPS) 5.9.8. Real-Time Clock (HPS) 5.9.9. SFP+ 5.9.10. I2C Interface 5.9.11. FPGA General I/O Configuration 5.9.12. HPS SPIO Interface
2.4. Development Kit Installer
The development kit installer is an installable archive of supporting documentation. It does not include the software or documentation for the Quartus Prime design software, nor does it include the SoC EDS software development tools.
- Download the Arria 10 FPGA Development Kit installer from the Arria 10 FPGA Development Kit page of the Altera website. Alternatively, you can request a development kit DVD from the Altera Kit Installations DVD Request Form page of the Altera website.
- Run the Arria 10 FPGA Development Kit installer.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process. Be sure that the installation directory you choose is in the same relative location to the Quartus Prime software installation.
The installation program creates the development kit directory structure shown in the following figure.Figure 3. Installed Development Kit Directory Structure
Table 2. Installed Directory Contents Directory Name Description of Contents board_design_files Contains schematic, layout, assembly, and bill of material board design files. Use these files as a starting point for a new prototype board design. demos Contains demonstration applications when available. documents Contains the documentation. examples Contains the sample design files for this kit. factory_recovery Contains the original data programmed onto the board before shipment. Use this data to restore the board with its original factory contents.