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Nexys Video
Artix-7 FPGA Trainer Board for Multimedia Applications
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The Nexys Video (previously announced as the Atlys 2), is the latest addition to our Nexys line of FPGA boards, and was designed with audio/video enthusiasts in mind.

The Nexys Video features several components that make it ideal for developing audio/video applications. The Artix-7 XC7A200T FPGA is the most powerful chip from the Xilinx Artix-7 family. A Mini DisplayPort source provides the board with a uni-directional, high-bandwidth, low-latency audio/video channel. Designed with high bandwidth external memories, three high-speed digital video ports, and a 24-bit audio codec, the Nexys Video is a potent platform for A/V development.

As a member of the Nexys family, the Nexys Video has been designed with a high degree of communication, user and expansion peripherals commonly found in industry. Communication peripherals such as on-board Ethernet, USB-UART, and high-speed USB allow the Nexys Video to be interfaced into larger systems. Onboard user peripherals such as switches, buttons, LEDs, and an OLED display allow users to interface directly with their designs instead of needing to wire up additional I/O. An FMC connector and four Pmod connectors allow the addition of peripherals to further expand the functionality of the Nexys Video.

The Nexys Video is compatible with both ISE and Vivado toolchains. It is supported in the free WebPACK versions of these two tools so designs can be implemented at no additional cost. The free version of Vivado even includes the ability to create MicroBlaze soft processor designs. We also sell a device-locked version of the Design Edition of Vivado Design Suite, which you can bundle with your Nexys Video when you add it to your cart.* This edition unlocks the Logic Analyzer functionality of the toolset.

*Design Edition licenses for Vivado are not yet available to purchase with the Nexys Video. We are working to get them in stock and hope to have them for sale soon.

Support Materials

Datasheet (PDF) Schematics (PDF)

For all other material:

Resource Center

Stats:

Device/IC: Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA (XC7A200T-1SBG484C)

Connector(s):

  • Power jack
  • 3 x Pmod Headers
  • USB host connector
  • Micro USB (UART) connector
  • Micro USB (JTAG) connector
  • MicroSD card slot
  • FMC header
  • Analog signal Pmod header (JXADC)
  • Microphone and audio connectors
  • DisplayPort output connector
  • Ethernet connector
  • HDMI output connector
  • HDMI input connector

Programming: Compatible with both ISE and Vivado toolchains

Features:

  • Features the Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA (XC7A200T-1SBG484C)
  • 33,650 logic slices, each with four 6-input LUTs and 8 flip-flops
  • 13 Mbits of fast block RAM (3x more than the Nexys 4 DDR)
  • 10 clock management tiles, each with phase-locked loop (PLL)
  • 740 DSP slices
  • Internal clock speeds exceeding 450MHz
  • On-chip analog-to-digital converter (XADC)
  • Up to 3.75Gbps GTP transceivers
  • Programmable over JTAG, Quad-SPI Flash, microSD, and USB flash drive
  • 512MB 800MHz DDR3
  • 32MB Quad-SPI flash
  • microSD card slot for nonvolatile storage (card not included)
  • Dedicated onboard USB port for JTAG programming and data transfers
  • Powered from any 12V source (36W wall supply included)
  • HDMI sink and HDMI source
  • Mini DisplayPort source
  • 240bit Audio codec w/ four 3.5mm jacks
  • 10/100/1000 Ethernet PHY with included unique MAC address
  • User EEPROM
  • USB-UART bridge
  • Digilent parallel transfer interface (DTPI) for high-speed data transfers over USB
  • Digilent serial peripheral interface (DSPI) for medium-speed data transfers over USB
  • Onboard user interfaces: 128x32 monochrome OLED display, 5 user push buttons, 8 user switches, 8 user LEDs
  • USB HID host for mice and keyboards
  • Fully-populated 160-pin FMC LPC connector
  • Four Pmod ports, Pmod for XADC signals

What's
Included:



Welcome to the resource center for the Nexys Video!

Here you will find all the reference materials that Digilent has created for this board, as well as links to any external content we have tracked down. If you are interested in purchasing the Nexys Video, visit the product page on our main website: Nexys Video


Documentation

  • SchematicPDF
    • PDF Schematic of the PCB generated by Altium
  • Reference ManualWiki PDF
    • Technical description of the Nexys Video and all of its features. The Wiki page may contain more up-to-date information and fewer typos than the PDF.
  • Datasheet LocatorWiki
    • A collection of external links to datasheets for the devices found on the Nexys Video

Design Resources

  • Master XDCnexysvideo_master.zip
    • This package contains the master XDC that defines the pin constraints for every device on the Nexys Video in Vivado.
  • Vivado Board FilesWiki
    • Installing the 7 Series Vivado Board Files allows you to create Vivado projects that directly target the Nexys4-Video hardware

Tutorials

  • Nexys Video Programming GuideWiki
    • This guide walks through the different methods available for programming the FPGA on the Nexys Video
  • Getting Started with MicroblazeWiki
    • Follow this introduction on how to get started with Microblaze using Vivado IP Integrator.
  • Getting Started with Microblaze ServersWiki
    • Follow this tutorial on how to get an echo server running with Microblaze using Vivado IP generator.

Reference Projects

  • Basic User DemoWiki
    • Basic demo that uses the onboard UART, OLED display, and GPIO devices.
  • Nexys Video User DemoWiki
    • The demo that is loaded in the QSPI flash at the factory. This complex design uses nearly every peripheral device on the Nexys Video.
  • XADC DemoWiki
    • Basic demo that shows a simple implementation with the Artix-7 XADC
  • VGA Test Pattern with Mouse OverlayWiki
    • This project generates a test pattern on the VGA port and also displays a pointer that can be controlled with a mouse attached to the USB-HID port
  • Looper DemoWiki
    • This project uses the audio codec to make the Nexys Video a music looper
  • DMA Audio DemoWiki
    • This project uses the audio codec to record and play audio using Direct Memory Access






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