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Confusion in BKO and MicroZed HW User Guide

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SeatherMarqx0
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Confusion in BKO and MicroZed HW User Guide

In the BKO Guide: http://zedboard.com/support/documentation/2182 (15.May.14)

Zynq AP SoC Pin Names index from one, where the MicroZed HW guide: http://zedboard.com/support/documentation/1519 (18.Jun.14)
index from zero.

eg.
On the BKO:
CON1, pin 19 --- JX1, pin 29 --- Bank 34, Y16 --- IO_L7P_T1_34
IS NOT!!
JX1_LVDS_7_P

it is actually JX1_LVDS_6_P

Though their naming conventions differ, is it safe to simply match JX1 Pin# and Zynq AP SoC Connection?

Thanks,
//Seather

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TroutChaser
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Sorry for the confusion. The

Sorry for the confusion. The net names are really 'apples' and 'oranges'. The JX1_LVDS_6_P listed in the MicroZed HW Users Guide is just a net name made up to indicate the LVDS pairs available. The IO_L7P_T1_34 net name used in the BKO Users Guide is the actual signal name from the Zynq device. Both refer to the Zynq pin Y16 in Bank 34, so yes it is OK.
 
We will try to be more consistent in our naming conventions.
 
-Gary