Article ID: 000081340 Content Type: Error Messages Last Reviewed: 10/08/2012

Critical Warning: PLL clock output <PLL instance name>feeding the core has illegal output frequency of -0.1 MHz that must be less than <Frequency in MHz>

Environment

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    Description

    You may see this critical warning when using PLL counter cascading in the ALTPLL megafunction.  PLL counter cascading allows two PLL output counters to be cascaded to increase the possible divider value.  The resulting output clock can have a very low frequency.

    Due to a bug in the Quartus® II software, this critical warning will be generated by mistake.  You can safely ignore this warning.

    Resolution

    Verify the PLL clock output frequency matches your design requirements by viewing the PLL Usage section of the Compilation Report.

    This issue is scheduled to be fixed in a future version of the Quartus II software.

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