When implementing multiple RLDRAM II interfaces sharing a single PLL and DLL on Stratix® III or Stratix IV in Quartus® II software version 11.1SP2, the CK/DK analysis may show false timing violations that should be cut. The false timing violations occur because each interface gives a different SDC clock name to the common clock buffer. Every new clock name results in a set of new timing paths, which are not covered by the existing false-path constraints.
Article ID: 000081588 Content Type: Troubleshooting Last Reviewed: 08/15/2012
Why do I get timing violation associated with CK clock domain when implement multiple RLDRAM II interfaces sharing a single PLL and DLL?
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