Hi, Jake

What’s going on the XEM3001, when okCUsbFrontPanel::ResetFPGA() is called on host PC. According to the document, ‘Performs a RESET of the FPGA internals. This requires that FrontPanel support be present in the FPGA design because the RESET signal actually comes from the FrontPanel Host Interface.’ But I didn’t see the RESET signal in the host interface okHostInterface.



Nothing, currently. It is there to support the reset of any endpoints that may need to be reset in the future. At present, this call is unnecessary because none of the endpoints need to be reset.

BufferedPipes, on the other hand, can be reset to reset the FIFO. However, they are designed with independent resets because the user/designer may wish to reset them independently.