1. Intel Agilex® 7 SEU Mitigation Overview 2. Intel Agilex® 7 CRAM Error Mitigation 3. Secure Device Manager ECC and SmartVID Errors Detection 4. Intel Agilex® 7 SEU Mitigation Implementation Guides 5. IP and Software References 6. Intel Agilex® 7 SEU Mitigation User Guide Archives 7. Document Revision History for the Intel Agilex® 7 SEU Mitigation User Guide
4.6.1. Launching and Setting Up the Fault Injection Debugger 4.6.2. Configuring Your Device using a Software Object File (.sof) 4.6.3. Constraining Regions for Fault Injection 4.6.4. Injecting Errors to Random Locations 4.6.5. Injecting Errors to Specific Locations 4.6.6. Injecting Double Adjacent Errors 4.6.7. Injecting SDM ECC Errors 4.6.8. Analyzing SEU or SDM ECC Errors Using Signal Tap
4.4. Assigning Regions for Hierarchy Tagging
To define the FPGA regions for tagging, assign an ASD region to the location. You can specify an ASD region value for any portion of your design hierarchy in the Design Partitions Window.
- From the Intel® Quartus® Prime menu, select Assignments > Design Partitions Window.
- If the ASD Region column is not visible in the Design Partitions Window, right-click anywhere in the header row and turn on ASD Region.
Figure 9. ASD Region Column in the Design Partitions Window
- Enter the logic sensitivity ID value from 0 to 32 for any partition to assign it to a specific ASD region.
The logic sensitivity ID represents the sensitivity tag to associate with the partition:
Note: You can use the same sensitivity tag for multiple design partitions.
- A sensitivity tag of 1 means that there is no assignment and indicates a basic sensitivity level, which is "region used in design".
- A sensitivity tag of 0 is reserved and indicates unused CRAM bits. You can explicitly set a partition to 0 to indicate that the partition is not critical. This setting excludes the partition from sensitivity mapping.
When you compile the design, the Intel® Quartus® Prime software generates sensitivity data as a standard Intel® hex (big endian) .smh file during the .sof file generation.
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