Note (1)

The terms used in the node name formats are described as follows:

  • <Name> Represents the name you assign for the node.
  • <Entity> Represents the alphabetic code (a base 24 number using 24 letters from "A" to "Z", but leaving out "I" and "O") for the name of the entity containing the node.
  • <Instance> Represents a numeric indicator of which hierarchical instance of the <Entity > contains the node
  • <Type> Represents the type of logic synthesized where L stands for logic cell, P stands for product-term macrocell, and M stands for memory (RAM | ROM).
  • <Index> represents a numeric index of the node in the particular hierarchy level.
  • Q represents sequential logic (DFF | LATCH).