7. Programmable I/O Features Description
|Programmable Output Slew Rate Control||
Each I/O pin contains a slew rate control, allowing you to specify the slew rate on a pin-by-pin basis. The slew rate control affects both the rising and falling edges of the signal.
A faster slew rate provides high-speed transitions for high-performance systems while a slower slew rate reduces system noise and crosstalk but adds a nominal delay to the rising and falling edges.
|Programmable IOE Delay||
You can activate the programmable IOE delays to ensure zero hold time, minimize setup time, or increase the clock-to-output time. This feature helps read and write timing margins because it minimizes the uncertainties between signals on the bus.
Each pin can have a different input delay from the pin-to-input register or a delay from output register-to-output pin values. This is to ensure that the signals within a bus have the same delay going into or out of the device.
|Programmable Pull-Up Resistor||
Each I/O pin on supported banks provides an optional programmable pull-up resistor during user mode. The pull-up resistor weakly holds the I/O to the I/O bank power supply level.
|Programmable Pull-Down Resistor||
Each I/O pin on supported banks provides an optional programmable pull-down resistor during user mode. The pull-down resistor weakly holds the I/O to the ground level.
Pre-emphasis momentarily boosts the high-frequency component of the output signal during switching to increase the output slew rate. The amount of pre-emphasis required depends on the attenuation of the high-frequency component along the transmission line.
For more information, refer to Programmable Pre-Emphasis.
De-emphasis attenuates the I/O signal height when the symbol is longer than the specified duration. You can use de-emphasis to alter the signal amplitude to compensate for signal degradation over long transmission path.
For more information, refer to Programmable De-Emphasis.
|Receiver Equalization Calibration||
The FPGAs support two types of receiver equalization calibration:
For more information, refer to:
|Programmable Differential Output Voltage||
The programmable VOD settings allow you to adjust the output eye-opening to optimize the trace length and power consumption. A higher VOD swing improves voltage margins at the receiver end, and a smaller VOD swing reduces power consumption.
For more information, refer to Programmable Differential Output Voltage.
The Schmitt Trigger allows input buffers to respond to slow input edge rates with a fast output edge rate. Most importantly, Schmitt Triggers provide hysteresis on the input buffer, preventing slow-rising noisy input signals from ringing or oscillating on the input signal driven into the logic array.
This feature provides system noise tolerance on the device inputs but adds a small, nominal input delay.
|On-Die Termination Impedance||The HPS and SDM input pins support on-die pull-up and pull-down termination. The on-die termination provides impedance matching and termination capabilities. You can enable this feature on input operations to minimize reflections and improve electrical margins.|
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