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

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2.5.1.1. DPA Block

The DPA block takes in high-speed serial data from the differential input buffer and selects one of the eight phases that the I/O PLLs generate to sample the data. The DPA chooses a phase closest to the phase of the serial data. The maximum phase offset between the received data and the selected phase is 1/8 unit interval (UI)1, which is the maximum quantization error of the DPA. The eight phases of the clock are equally divided, offering a 45° resolution.

Figure 9. DPA Clock Phase to Serial Data Timing RelationshipThis figure shows the possible phase relationships between the DPA clocks and the incoming serial data.


The DPA block continuously monitors the phase of the incoming serial data and selects a new clock phase if it is required. You can prevent the DPA from selecting a new clock phase by asserting the optional rx_dpa_hold port, which is available for each channel.

DPA circuitry does not require a fixed training pattern to lock to the optimum phase out of the eight phases. After reset or power up, the DPA circuitry requires transitions on the received data to lock to the optimum phase. An optional output port, rx_dpa_locked, is available to indicate an initial DPA lock condition to the optimum phase after power up or reset. Use data checkers such as a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) or diagonal interleaved parity (DIP-4) to validate the data.

An independent reset port, rx_dpa_reset, is available to reset the DPA circuitry. You must retrain the DPA circuitry after reset.

Note: The DPA block is bypassed in non-DPA mode.
1 The unit interval is the period of the clock running at the serial data rate (fast clock).

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