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Old 03-02-2005, 12:07 PM
Jim George
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Default Timing Error large enough to cause problems?

Hi again,
My CLOCK TO OUT timings are going off by a small amount (requested 4
ns, got 4.112 ns) on a databus going out of the chip. Will this cause
problems in real life? Should I raise the drive strength? I've
configured the IOBs to use FAST 12 mA LVTTL, the data is clocked at 40
MHz. I am using a Xilinx 2V1000-5 FG456. There are 32 such outputs
driving a single IO Bank, I'm worried that going beyond 12 mA will cause
SSO problems on that bank.
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