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Old 06-17-2005, 09:46 PM
Tim
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Default area group constraint for quadranting

hi all,

sorry to be a bit vague chaps, but where is the information about modular design
- in particular the appnote/manual that talks about partitioning of clocks
across quadrants, sharing buffers across quadrants, use of bufgmux (i think),
that sort of thing. i can't find it anywhere online or in the ise install tree
today - it's in the docsan section of the website i'm sure of it...

thanks,
tim
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Old 06-17-2005, 11:31 PM
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Default Re: area group constraint for quadranting

On Fri, 17 Jun 2005 19:46:22 GMT, [email protected] (Tim) wrote:

ok, found it - a combination of v2 platform guide and constraints guide (all the
info just seems to flow into one when you're online).

>hi all,
>
>sorry to be a bit vague chaps, but where is the information about modular design
>- in particular the appnote/manual that talks about partitioning of clocks
>across quadrants, sharing buffers across quadrants, use of bufgmux (i think),
>that sort of thing. i can't find it anywhere online or in the ise install tree
>today - it's in the docsan section of the website i'm sure of it...
>
>thanks,
>tim


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