8. Analog Parameter Settings
Transceiver analog parameter settings are used to tune the analog functions in the physical medium attachment (PMA) and the PLL blocks while designing high-speed serial protocol solutions. You can use this feature to compensate for signal losses for high data rate communication.
Most transceiver parameters can be set using the Parameter Editor before generating the transceiver PHY IP. The parameters that depend on place and route decisions, device constraints, and tunable analog settings that cannot be set before IP generation are controlled in the following ways:
- Making analog parameter settings to I/O pins using the Assignment Editor.
- Updating the Quartus Prime Settings File (.qsf) with the known assignment.
- Using the Reconfiguration Interface to dynamically change the analog settings.
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