Intel® MAX® 10 High-Speed LVDS I/O User Guide

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Date 11/01/2021

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6.2. Guidelines: Control Channel-to-Channel Skew

For the Intel® MAX® 10 devices, perform PCB trace compensation to adjust the trace length of each LVDS channel. Adjusting the trace length improves the channel-to-channel skew when interfacing with receivers.

At the package level, you must control the LVDS I/O skew for each I/O bank and each side of the device. If you plan to vertically migrate from one device to another using the same board design, you must control the package migration skew for each migratable LVDS I/O pin.

For information about controlling the LVDS I/O and package skew, refer to the related information.