AN 957: Time-Sensitive Networking for Drive-on-Chip Design Example

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Date 10/30/2021
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3.7. Generating a .jic file

The EPCQ flash memory programs the FPGA from when you turn on the development board. A single .jic file contains the .sof file and a .hex file (for the Nios II drive on-chip design.
  1. In Intel Quartus Prime, click File > Convert Programming Files…
  2. Select the settings:
    1. For Programming file type: select JTAG Indirect Configuration File (.jic)
    2. For Configuration device: select EPCQ256
    3. For Mode: select Active Serial x4
    4. Add a SOF Data Page_0 with .sof from the Intel Quartus Compilation.
    5. Add the .hex file from software/ DOC_TANDEM_CVSX_NIOS/mem_init/epcq.hex.
      This program is for the Nios II soft processor controlling the drive-on-chip design.
    6. Add the flash loader for the device 5CSXFC6D6
    7. Click Generate.
    Figure 28. Generate a .jic File

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