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To bridge this gap between the place-and-route and physical verification tools, the current methodology needs to evolve to deliver signoff-quality checking from within physical design. As an example, the current iterative implement-then-verify flow can be replaced with an integrated flow in which the physical verification tool can guide the implementation fill. Such an integration enables verify-as-you implement methodology that can significantly accelerate fill closure by delivering signoff-quality, higher-density and timing-aware fill.

Since FPGAs generally specify several permissible voltage levels for the IO, the voltage selected is dictated by the external digital circuitry. To provide flexibility, the FPGA will generally provide multiple IO banks that can be powered separately allowing the FPGA to interface with various logic families. For simplicity, the solutions illustrated in this article will assume all IO banks are powered off of a single power supply rail.

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Figure 5 features the dual output LM26400 to provide the CORE and IO voltages with current capability up to 2A from a 12V input bus. This solution is optimal for use in the Cyclone and Spartan families of FPGAs; it may also be used in Stratix and Virtex designs where the FPGA utilization is low. This solution provides a monotonic startup with soft-start to limit inrush startup currents. Sequencing is performed with the LM3880. The startup sequence will be the CORE followed by the IO, and then by the AUX rails. The LM3880 features an integrated precision enable circuit that allows the user to set the turn on voltage with two external resistors. An additional N-FET device is used to drop the 12V supply rail down to the operating voltage range of the LM3880. The LP3878 is used to power the 2.5V AUX rail. This device was selected based on the excellent noise performance (18 mV RMS) and high PSRR.

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Since FPGAs generally specify several permissible voltage levels for the IO, the voltage selected is dictated by the external digital circuitry. To provide flexibility, the FPGA will generally provide multiple IO banks that can be powered separately allowing the FPGA to interface with various logic families. For simplicity, the solutions illustrated in this article will assume all IO banks are powered off of a single power supply rail.

Prerequisites for electrification

Prerequisites for electrification

Figure 5 features the dual output LM26400 to provide the CORE and IO voltages with current capability up to 2A from a 12V input bus. This solution is optimal for use in the Cyclone and Spartan families of FPGAs; it may also be used in Stratix and Virtex designs where the FPGA utilization is low. This solution provides a monotonic startup with soft-start to limit inrush startup currents. Sequencing is performed with the LM3880. The startup sequence will be the CORE followed by the IO, and then by the AUX rails. The LM3880 features an integrated precision enable circuit that allows the user to set the turn on voltage with two external resistors. An additional N-FET device is used to drop the 12V supply rail down to the operating voltage range of the LM3880. The LP3878 is used to power the 2.5V AUX rail. This device was selected based on the excellent noise performance (18 mV RMS) and high PSRR.

Implementation Approach

Lowering the clamping voltage will minimize the energy that the IC must bear during the transient. With transceiver IC geometries shrinking, it's not uncommon for a few volts of reduced clamping voltage at the peak pulse current (Ipp) to protect an IC from latch-up, system upset, degradation, or worse, catastrophic transceiver damage. However, to understand the limits for a particular system interface, there's no substitute for testing the system.

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Figure 5 features the dual output LM26400 to provide the CORE and IO voltages with current capability up to 2A from a 12V input bus. This solution is optimal for use in the Cyclone and Spartan families of FPGAs; it may also be used in Stratix and Virtex designs where the FPGA utilization is low. This solution provides a monotonic startup with soft-start to limit inrush startup currents. Sequencing is performed with the LM3880. The startup sequence will be the CORE followed by the IO, and then by the AUX rails. The LM3880 features an integrated precision enable circuit that allows the user to set the turn on voltage with two external resistors. An additional N-FET device is used to drop the 12V supply rail down to the operating voltage range of the LM3880. The LP3878 is used to power the 2.5V AUX rail. This device was selected based on the excellent noise performance (18 mV RMS) and high PSRR.

Implementation Approach

Lowering the clamping voltage will minimize the energy that the IC must bear during the transient. With transceiver IC geometries shrinking, it's not uncommon for a few volts of reduced clamping voltage at the peak pulse current (Ipp) to protect an IC from latch-up, system upset, degradation, or worse, catastrophic transceiver damage. However, to understand the limits for a particular system interface, there's no substitute for testing the system.

Frequency Allocation In the modern connected home, we can expect 802.11b,g wireless routers to often coexist with 802.15.4 networks. In such situations, the same time-sharing scheme used with the microwave oven is again employed. Unlike the microwave oven, however, both the wireless router and 802.15.4 networks can be directed to operate at thoughtfully selected channels within the 2.4 GHz ISM band. This intelligent spectrum sharing is an additional strategy to ensure robust communications, even among multiple coexistent networks of both types.

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Implementation Approach

Lowering the clamping voltage will minimize the energy that the IC must bear during the transient. With transceiver IC geometries shrinking, it's not uncommon for a few volts of reduced clamping voltage at the peak pulse current (Ipp) to protect an IC from latch-up, system upset, degradation, or worse, catastrophic transceiver damage. However, to understand the limits for a particular system interface, there's no substitute for testing the system.

Frequency Allocation In the modern connected home, we can expect 802.11b,g wireless routers to often coexist with 802.15.4 networks. In such situations, the same time-sharing scheme used with the microwave oven is again employed. Unlike the microwave oven, however, both the wireless router and 802.15.4 networks can be directed to operate at thoughtfully selected channels within the 2.4 GHz ISM band. This intelligent spectrum sharing is an additional strategy to ensure robust communications, even among multiple coexistent networks of both types.

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Lowering the clamping voltage will minimize the energy that the IC must bear during the transient. With transceiver IC geometries shrinking, it's not uncommon for a few volts of reduced clamping voltage at the peak pulse current (Ipp) to protect an IC from latch-up, system upset, degradation, or worse, catastrophic transceiver damage. However, to understand the limits for a particular system interface, there's no substitute for testing the system.

Frequency Allocation In the modern connected home, we can expect 802.11b,g wireless routers to often coexist with 802.15.4 networks. In such situations, the same time-sharing scheme used with the microwave oven is again employed. Unlike the microwave oven, however, both the wireless router and 802.15.4 networks can be directed to operate at thoughtfully selected channels within the 2.4 GHz ISM band. This intelligent spectrum sharing is an additional strategy to ensure robust communications, even among multiple coexistent networks of both types.

Frequency Allocation In the modern connected home, we can expect 802.11b,g wireless routers to often coexist with 802.15.4 networks. In such situations, the same time-sharing scheme used with the microwave oven is again employed. Unlike the microwave oven, however, both the wireless router and 802.15.4 networks can be directed to operate at thoughtfully selected channels within the 2.4 GHz ISM band. This intelligent spectrum sharing is an additional strategy to ensure robust communications, even among multiple coexistent networks of both types.

IGBT tutorial: Part 1–Selection

Reference Design

As the complexity of electronic hardware design increases, so does the complexity of the design data. The relationship between the design abstractions with which the engineer works and the actual, physical files is one-to-many–and is constantly changing.

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Reference Design

As the complexity of electronic hardware design increases, so does the complexity of the design data. The relationship between the design abstractions with which the engineer works and the actual, physical files is one-to-many–and is constantly changing.

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