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AR# 1632

Errors occur during the optimize stage of implementation

説明

Keywords: 7318, 7336, fclk, fast function block, fast clock, hi317, nd100, nd104

Urgency: Standard

General Description:
Upon implementing a XC7318 or XC7336 design, the following errors are encountered during the optimize stage of implementation:

nd100:[Error]Could not map '<instance>' into a fast function block macrocell.
nd104:[Error]Device does not have enough fast clocks to convert macrocell pterm clock into a fast clock as required for fast function blocks.
hi317:[Error]Invalid fast function mapping requirement found. Possibly there is too much logic declared as fast in your design.

This error is typically caused by a design that targets the XC7318 or the XC7336 and uses more than two device clocks. Since the XC7318 and XC7336 have only Fast Function Blocks, the device may only have 2 clocks. This is because the clocks in Fast Function Blocks can come from one of two places, the FCLK0 pin or the FCLK1 pin. Even if the design generates a clock signal internally, the clock signal will still need to use one of these 2 FCLK pins to get back into the device on a clock line.

There are no product term clocks in Fast Function Blocks

Therefore, if the design has an internally generated clock(s), a FCLK pin must be left free for each of those internally generated clock(s).

ソリューション

1

Target a 7300 device that contains High Density Function Blocks (such as the 7354 device or larger).

You may also try targeting an equivalent 9500 device.

2

Limit the number of clocks in the design to 2.

3

If the design contains an internally generated clock(s), be sure that there is a corresponding FCLK pin available for the clock to use to get onto the clock line.
AR# 1632
作成日 08/31/2007
最終更新日 09/30/2005
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