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Old 04-05-2006, 06:02 PM
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Default seq and comb modules of the FPGA, pls HELP me out !!

hi guys

After i synthesis the vhdl codes, my design consist of 609 combination
modules, im using the actel 1280XL 84 pin FPGA.

it only has like 608 comb modules + 624 seq modules

Therefore i think my design will not fit in the FPGA.

Im really new into FPGAs. Since im not using any sequential modules do
you think I will be able to fit the design in the above mentioned FPGA
using the some of the seq modules?

The overall report says design has 609/1232 modules (50%) of the FPGA

But it has exceeded the amount of comb modules!! I haven't got a clue
whether I can make it using some of the seq module!! PLEASE help me

Thanks a lot


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