3.11.1. Non-bonded Configurations
In a non-bonded configuration, only the high speed serial clock is routed from the transmitter PLL to the transmitter channel. The low speed parallel clock is generated by the local clock generation block (CGB) present in the transceiver channel. For non-bonded configurations, because the channels are not related to each other and the feedback path is local to the PLL, the skew between channels cannot be calculated. Also, the skew introduced by the clock network is not compensated.
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