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126.96.36.199. Using Partitions to Specify Logic Sensitivity ID
- In the Intel® Quartus® Prime software, designate a design block as a design partition.
- Specify the sensitivity ID assigned to the partition in the ASD Region column in the Design Partitions window.
Figure 4. ASD Region Column in the Design Partitions WindowAssign the partition a numeric sensitivity value from 0 to 16. The value represents the sensitivity tag associated with the partition.
- A sensitivity tag of 1 is the same as no assignment, and indicates a basic sensitivity level, which is "region used in design". If a soft error occurs in this partition, the IP core reports the error as a critical error in the sensitivity region 1.
- A sensitivity tag of 0 is reserved, and indicates unused CRAM bits. You can explicitly set a partition to 0 to indicate that the partition is not critical. This setting excludes the partition from sensitivity mapping.
Note: You can use the same sensitivity tag for multiple design partitions.
Alternatively, use the following assignment:
set_global_assignment -name PARTITION_ASD_REGION_ID <asd_id> -section_id <partition_name>
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