F-tile Architecture and PMA and FEC Direct PHY IP User Guide

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Date 12/15/2021
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2.2.1.3. FGT-PMA-to-200G-Hard-IP-Fracture Mapping

Figure 15. FGT-PMA-to-200G-Hard-IP-Fracture Mapping
Figure 16. Understanding FGT-PMA-to-200G-Hard-IP-Fracture Mapping
  • Example 1: If you need the st_x8_0 fracture with eight PMAs, map it to the eight FGT PMAs from FGT3_Quad1 through FGT0_Quad0.
  • Example 2: If you need the st_x4_1 fracture with two PMAs, map it to FGT1_Quad1 and FGT0_Quad1.
  • Example 3: If you need the st_x2_1 fracture with two PMAs, map it to FGT1_Quad1 and FGT0_Quad1.
  • Example 4: If you need the st_x1_4 fracture with one PMA, map it to FGT3_Quad0 or FGT1_Quad1.

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