Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of HardwareUsersGuides/RadioBoard_v1.4/RadioBridge


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Feb 12, 2009, 8:42:26 PM (13 years ago)
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    11= Radio Bridge =
    2 The radio bridge is a custom peripheral which provides the external connections for the [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/RadioBoard_v1.4/RadioController radio controller] core. The bridge contains no logic; its only job is to tie the radio controller's ports to whichever daughtercard slots contain WARP radio boards. Abstracting these connections to a separate peripheral allows the use of a single radio controller core with arbitrary arrangements of radio boards.
     2The radio bridge is a custom peripheral which provides the external connections for the [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/RadioBoard_v1.4/RadioController radio controller] core. The bridge contains very little logic; its only job is to tie the radio controller's ports to whichever daughtercard slots contain WARP radio boards. Abstracting these connections to a separate peripheral allows the use of a single radio controller core with arbitrary arrangements of radio boards.
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    44The radio bridge is a standard EDK peripheral and is required when using the radio controller. Up to four instances of the radio bridge core can be included in a hardware system. If the bridges are enabled when building a new project through Base System Builder, the core's connections and pin constraints will be handled automatically.