@analoguru: Are you saying Oscium USES the Zynq device, or just that it could debug a Zynq just like it could analyze an FPGA?
They do use a small FPGA in the little thing that plugs into your iPad, but it's not a Zynq -- it also contains a PSoC from Cypress Semiconductor, I believe. The point of thsi colums in that Sven is using the Oscium tool to debug his Zynq-based designs.
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