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Difference between HSTL_1 and HSTL_2

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Hi, I'm designing a digital circuit for my measurement on FPGA.

 

Reading user guide regarding with I/O standard, I found that there are two classes for HSTL and SSTL.

 

What is the difference between class 1 and class 2 ?

 

I know that only HR bank supports class2.

 

But I wanna know what is difference between HSTL_1 and HSTL_2 from a circuit perspective.

 

Thank you.

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@kbj1213 

According to standard JESD8-6, there are actually four classes (I -thru- IV) of the HSTL standard with the difference being output drive (current) requirements.  You can see this in Table 9 of DS182(v2.18), which shows IOL=IOH=8mA for HSTL-I and IOL=IOH=16mA for HSTL-II.

Also, in UG471(v1.10), Fig 1-46 shows that HSTL-I is terminated at only the far-end.   Fig 1-49 in UG471 shows that HSTL-II is terminated at both the near-end and far-end.

Cheers,
Mark

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@kbj1213 

According to standard JESD8-6, there are actually four classes (I -thru- IV) of the HSTL standard with the difference being output drive (current) requirements.  You can see this in Table 9 of DS182(v2.18), which shows IOL=IOH=8mA for HSTL-I and IOL=IOH=16mA for HSTL-II.

Also, in UG471(v1.10), Fig 1-46 shows that HSTL-I is terminated at only the far-end.   Fig 1-49 in UG471 shows that HSTL-II is terminated at both the near-end and far-end.

Cheers,
Mark

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Clear.

 

Thank you very much !

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