Yes, the ATX PLL to fPLL spacing requirement for transceiver L- and H-tiles applies when using configuration profiles on Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
If your adjacent ATX PLL and FPLL components use the configuration profile feature to reconfigure to different datarates, you must manually check that the ATX PLL to fPLL spacing requirement is met for all configuration profile combinations.
A critical warning is produced by the Intel Quartus® Prime software when the default profile of the ATX PLL and fPLL violates the ATX PLL to fPLL spacing requirement. An example critical warning is below.
Critical Warning(18499): FPLL <Gen_LHDx0.LHDx0|Gen_FPLL.Gen_FPLLUSR0.FPLL_i0|xcvr_fpll_s10_htile_0|fpll_inst > are too close to ATX PLL <Gen_LHDx1.LHDx1|Gen_ATXPLL.Gen_ATXUSR0.ATXPLL_i0|xcvr_atx_pll_s10_htile_0|ct1_atx_pll_inst>.
FPLL with VCO frequencies within 50 MHz of adjacent ATX PLL must be separated by one FPLL. Modify the FPLL location constraints in the Assignment Editor to make fPLLs at least one ATX PLL apart.
However in the example below, no critical warning will be produced by the Intel Quartus Prime software because the default profiles meet the VCO frequency rule for ATX PLL to fPLL spacing.
The fPLL is constrained to location HSSICR2CMUFPLL_2T4DB
Profile 0 = 10G3 (Default at compile time)
Profile 1 = 12G5
The ATX PLL is constrained to location HSSICR2PMALCPLL_2T4DB
Profile 0 = 10G3
Profile 1 = 12G5 (Default at compile time)
The Intel Stratix 10 L- and H-Tile ATX PLL to fPLL spacing requirement is documented in the “184.108.40.206. ATX PLL to fPLL Spacing Requirements” section of the Intel Stratix 10 L- and H-Tile Transceiver PHY IP userguide.