XC2VP7-5FF672C Xilinx Inc, XC2VP7-5FF672C Datasheet - Page 61
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FPGA Virtex-II Pro™ Family 11088 Cells 1050MHz 0.13um/90nm (CMOS) Technology 1.5V 672-Pin FCBGA
Specifications of XC2VP7-5FF672C
Device Logic Units
Number Of Registers
Maximum Internal Frequency
Typical Operating Supply Voltage
Maximum Number Of User I/os
In each quadrant, up to eight clocks are organized in clock rows. A clock row supports up to 16 CLB rows (eight up and eight
down). To reduce power consumption, any unused clock branches remain static.
Global clocks are driven by dedicated clock buffers (BUFG),
which can also be used to gate the clock (BUFGCE) or to mul-
tiplex between two independent clock inputs (BUFGMUX).
The most common configuration option of this element is as
a buffer. A BUFG function in this (global buffer) mode, is
The Virtex-II Pro global clock buffer BUFG can also be con-
figured as a clock enable/disable circuit
as a two-input clock multiplexer
description of these two options is provided below. Each of
them can be used in either of two modes, selected by con-
figuration: rising clock edge or falling clock edge.
This section describes the rising clock edge option. For the
opposite option, falling clock edge, just change all "rising"
references to "falling" and all "High" references to "Low",
except for the description of the CE and S levels. The rising
clock edge option uses the BUFGCE and BUFGMUX prim-
itives. The falling clock edge option uses the BUFGCE_1
and BUFGMUX_1 primitives.
DS083 (v4.7) November 5, 2007
Figure 58: Virtex-II Pro BUFG Function
shows clock distribution in Virtex-II Pro devices.
Figure 57: Virtex-II Pro Clock Distribution
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If the CE input is active (High) prior to the incoming rising
clock edge, this Low-to-High-to-Low clock pulse passes
through the clock buffer. Any level change of CE during the
incoming clock High time has no effect.
If the CE input is inactive (Low) prior to the incoming rising
clock edge, the following clock pulse does not pass through
the clock buffer, and the output stays Low. Any level change
of CE during the incoming clock High time has no effect. CE
must not change during a short setup window just prior to
the rising clock edge on the BUFGCE input I. Violating this
setup time requirement can result in an undefined runt
BUFGMUX can switch between two unrelated, even asyn-
chronous clocks. Basically, a Low on S selects the I
a High on S selects the I
the other is done in such a way that the output High and Low
time is never shorter than the shortest High or Low time of
either input clock. As long as the presently selected clock is
High, any level change of S has no effect.
Figure 59: Virtex-II Pro BUFGCE Function
input. Switching from one clock to
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