IC ACEX 1K FPGA 10K 100-TQFP

EP1K10TC100-3

Manufacturer Part NumberEP1K10TC100-3
DescriptionIC ACEX 1K FPGA 10K 100-TQFP
ManufacturerAltera
SeriesACEX-1K®
EP1K10TC100-3 datasheet
 


Specifications of EP1K10TC100-3

Number Of Logic Elements/cells576Number Of Labs/clbs72
Total Ram Bits12288Number Of I /o66
Number Of Gates56000Voltage - Supply2.375 V ~ 2.625 V
Mounting TypeSurface MountOperating Temperature0°C ~ 70°C
Package / Case100-TQFP, 100-VQFPLead Free Status / RoHS StatusContains lead / RoHS non-compliant
Other names544-1027  
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ACEX 1K Programmable Logic Device Family Data Sheet
FastTrack Interconnect Routing Structure
In the ACEX 1K architecture, connections between LEs, EABs, and device
I/O pins are provided by the FastTrack Interconnect routing structure,
which is a series of continuous horizontal and vertical routing channels
that traverse the device. This global routing structure provides
predictable performance, even in complex designs. In contrast, the
segmented routing in FPGAs requires switch matrices to connect a
variable number of routing paths, increasing the delays between logic
resources and reducing performance.
The FastTrack Interconnect routing structure consists of row and column
interconnect channels that span the entire device. Each row of LABs is
served by a dedicated row interconnect. The row interconnect can drive
I/O pins and feed other LABs in the row. The column interconnect routes
signals between rows and can drive I/O pins.
Row channels drive into the LAB or EAB local interconnect. The row
signal is buffered at every LAB or EAB to reduce the effect of fan-out on
delay. A row channel can be driven by an LE or by one of three column
channels. These four signals feed dual 4-to-1 multiplexers that connect to
two specific row channels. These multiplexers, which are connected to
each LE, allow column channels to drive row channels even when all eight
LEs in a LAB drive the row interconnect.
Each column of LABs or EABs is served by a dedicated column
interconnect. The column interconnect that serves the EABs has twice as
many channels as other column interconnects. The column interconnect
can then drive I/O pins or another row’s interconnect to route the signals
to other LABs or EABs in the device. A signal from the column
interconnect, which can be either the output of a LE or an input from an
I/O pin, must be routed to the row interconnect before it can enter a LAB
or EAB. Each row channel that is driven by an IOE or EAB can drive one
specific column channel.
Access to row and column channels can be switched between LEs in
adjacent pairs of LABs. For example, a LE in one LAB can drive the row
and column channels normally driven by a particular LE in the adjacent
LAB in the same row, and vice versa. This flexibility enables routing
resources to be used more efficiently.
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Figure 13
shows the ACEX 1K LAB.
Altera Corporation