188.8.131.52. Using Simulation Signal Activity Data in Power Analysis 184.108.40.206. Signal Activities from RTL (Functional) Simulation, Supplemented by Vectorless Estimation 220.127.116.11. Signal Activities from Vectorless Estimation and User-Supplied Input Pin Activities 18.104.22.168. Signal Activities from User Defaults Only
1.5.1. Complete Design Simulation Power Analysis Flow 1.5.2. Modular Design Simulation Power Analysis Flow 1.5.3. Multiple Simulation Power Analysis Flow 1.5.4. Overlapping Simulation Power Analysis Flow 1.5.5. Partial Design Simulation Power Analysis Flow 1.5.6. Vectorless Estimation Power Analysis Flow
2.4.1. Clock Power Management 2.4.2. Pipelining and Retiming 2.4.3. Architectural Optimization 2.4.4. I/O Power Guidelines 2.4.5. Dynamically Controlled On-Chip Terminations (OCT) 2.4.6. Memory Optimization (M20K/MLAB) 2.4.7. DDR Memory Controller Settings 2.4.8. DSP Implementation 2.4.9. Reducing High-Speed Tile (HST) Usage 2.4.10. Unused Transceiver Channels 2.4.11. Periphery Power reduction XCVR Settings
2.4.3. Architectural Optimization
Design-level architectural optimizations allow you to take advantage of device architecture features. These features include dedicated memory, DSPs, or multiplier blocks that can perform memory or arithmetic-related functions. You can reduce power consumption by choosing blocks in place of LUTs. For example, you can build large shift registers from RAM-based FIFO buffers instead of building the shift registers from the LE registers.
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