Article ID: 000074912 Content Type: Troubleshooting Last Reviewed: 09/05/2013

Are the SerialLite I and SerialLite II IP protocols compatible?

Environment

  • Stratix® IV GX FPGA
  • Stratix® IV GT FPGA
  • Cyclone® V SX SoC FPGA
  • Cyclone® V GT FPGA
  • Stratix® V GX FPGA
  • Cyclone® IV GX FPGA
  • Cyclone® V GX FPGA
  • Stratix® V GT FPGA
  • Stratix® V GS FPGA
  • Cyclone® V ST SoC FPGA
  • Arria® V GZ FPGA
  • Arria® V SX SoC FPGA
  • Stratix® II GX FPGA
  • Arria® V ST SoC FPGA
  • Arria® V GX FPGA
  • Arria® V GT FPGA
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Description

No, the SerialLite I and SerialLite II IPs are incompatible due differences in the protocol layer. These differences include the location of the SOP (Start of Packet), EOP (End of Packet) and CRC calculation locations.

Resolution The SerialLite I IP is now obsolete. You should consider using the SerialLite II or SerialLite III IP.

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