Transceiver Basics for 20 nm and 28 nm Devices (OSIIGX1115)

54 Minutes Online Course

Course Description

High-speed transceiver-based FPGAs are mainstream devices in the programmable logic space today. This online course provides an overview of the transceivers found in transceiver-based Intel® FPGA in the Intel Quartus® Prime software. By the end of this training, you will be able to define the blocks found in the both the transmitter and receiver data paths along with their purposes. You will also be able to specify which blocks make up the digital physical coding sub-layer (PCS) and the analog physical media attachment (PMA).

At Course Completion

You will be able to:

  • Describe the blocks found in the transmitter and receiver paths of FPGA high-speed serial transceivers
  • Define which blocks make up the physical coding sub-layer and which make up the physical media attachment

Skills Required

  • Background in digital logic
  • General understanding of FPGA architecture

Follow-on Courses

Upon completing this course, we recommend the following courses (in no particular order):

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Applicable Training Curriculum

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