External Memory Interface Handbook Volume 3: Reference Material

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Date 7/24/2019
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3.4.3. Arria® 10 EMIF Architecture: I/O AUX

Each column includes one I/O AUX, which contains a hardened Nios II processor with dedicated memory. The I/O AUX is responsible for calibration of all the EMIFs in the column.

The I/O AUX includes dedicated memory which stores both the calibration algorithm and calibration run-time data. The hardened Nios II processor and the dedicated memory can be used only by an external memory interface, and cannot be employed for any other use. The I/O AUX can interface with soft logic, such as the debug toolkit, via an Avalon-MM bus.

The I/O AUX is clocked by an on-die oscillator, and therefore does not consume a PLL.

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