20. Analog Parameters Set Using QSF Assignments
You specify the analog parameters using the Intel® Quartus® Prime Assignment Editor, the Pin Planner, or through the Intel® Quartus® Prime Settings File (.qsf). The default values for analog options fall into three categories:
- Global— These parameters have default values that are independent of other parameter settings.
- Computed—These parameters have an initial default value that is recomputed based on other parameter settings.
- Proxy—These parameters have default values that are place holders. The Intel® Quartus® Prime software selects these initial default values based on your design; however, Altera recommends that you replace these defaults with values that match your electrical board specification.
For more information about the Pin Planner, refer to About the Pin Planner in Intel® Quartus® Prime Help. For more information about the Assignment Editor, refer to About the Assignment Editor in Intel® Quartus® Prime Help.
For more information about Intel® Quartus® Prime Settings, refer to Intel® Quartus® Prime Settings File Manual.
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