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P1AFS15002 Datasheet(PDF) 25 Page - Microsemi Corporation

Part No. P1AFS15002
Description  Terrestrial FPGA and SoC Product Catalog
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Manufacturer  MICROSEMI [Microsemi Corporation]
Direct Link  http://www.microsemi.com
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• Supportsin-systemprogramming
• SupportsIEEE1149JTAG
programming through STAPL
• SupportsIEEE1532
• UsesFlashProsoftware,available
as part of Libero IDE or standalone
• Freesoftwareupdates
• USBConnectiontoPC
• Operatingsystems
- Windows XP Professional
(SP2 recommended)
- Windows 2000 Professional
(SP4 recommended)
FlashPro4 In-System FPGA Programmer
• ProgramsallMicrosemipackages,
and CS
• UniversalMicrosemisocket
• UsewithSiliconSculptorsoftware
• Securityfusecanbeprogrammed
to secure the devices
• Includesself-testtotestits
own hardware
• Protectionfeatures
- Overcurrent shutdown
- Power failure shutdown
- ESD protection
- ESD wrist straps with banana
jacks (included as standard)
• Operatingsystems
- Windows XP Professional
(SP2 recommended)
- Windows 2000 Professional
(SP4 recommended)
Silicon Sculptor 3 FPGA Programmer
DirectC v2.3 is a set of C code designed to support embedded
microprocessor–based in-system programming for IGLOO, ProASIC3 and
Fusion families. To use DirectC v2.3, you must make some minor modifications
to the provided source code, add the necessary API and compile the source
code and the API together to create a binary executable. The target system
must contain a microprocessor with a minimum 256 bytes of RAM, a JTAG
interface to the target device from the microprocessor and access to the
programming data to be used for programming the FPGA. Access to
programming data could be provided by a telecommunications link for most
remote systems.
Download DirectC source files and the complete user’s guide at:
STAPL Player
The STAPL Player can be used to program third-generation flash devices such
as IGLOO, ProASIC3 and Fusion, and interprets the contents of a STAPL file,
which is generated by Libero IDE software tools. The file contains information
about the programming of Microsemi flash-based devices, as well as the
JTAG scan chain for a single device. The data format is a JEDEC standard
known as the Standard Test and Programming Language (STAPL) format.
For third-generation devices, note that the STAPL Player will not support
serialization of the FlashROM, nor will it support Smart Erase enabled silicon.
The STAPL Player reads the STAPL file and executes the file’s programming
instructions. Because all programming details are in the STAPL file, the
STAPL Player itself is completely device-independent. In other words, the
system does not need to implement any programming algorithm details; the
STAPL file provides all of the details.
The key differences between the DirectC and the STAPL player methods are
in the memory footprint in the microprocessor and amount of data to transmit.
The DirectC option requires more code space on the processor, but as a
result less data has to be transmitted to perform programming. On the other
hand, the STAPL player communicates both the information to be programmed
and the intelligence needed to perform programming. So the code footprint
is smaller but the amount of data to transmit will be larger. One advantage of
the STAPL player method is that if updates are required to the programming
algorithm, the STAPL method does not require new code in the processor,
but the DirectC would require new code for the processor.
Programming Devices In-System Using a Microprocessor
Although the FlashPro3 programmer can perform in-system programming, it does require a specific header to be connected externally. For example, if
your system already has external communication available through a microprocessor interface, you may prefer to have the processor perform the in-system
programming. This can be done in two ways.
For adapter modules, refer to www.microsemi.com/soc/products/hardware/program_debug/ss/modules.aspx
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