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Advices on board design using Kintex Ultrascale

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Hi,

I plan on designing a data acquisition board that uses the Kintex Ultrascale FPGA in the near future. Are there any recommended PROMs to go with the Ultrascale FPGA? Thanks for the help!

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Re: Advices on board design using Kintex Ultrascale

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The same SPI PROM that are used for 7 Series are compatible with UltraScale.

http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx14_7/pim_r_supported_spi_bpi_proms.htm

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The same SPI PROM that are used for 7 Series are compatible with UltraScale.

http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/sw_manuals/xilinx14_7/pim_r_supported_spi_bpi_proms.htm

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Re: Advices on board design using Kintex Ultrascale

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Thank you very much! 

On another note, are there Mentor PADS schematic and/or decal currently avaialble for the kintex ultrascale? 

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Xilinx does not provide schematic symbols for devices nor layout decals.  In the case of layout decals, these devices are standard JEDEC 1.0mm arrays and can be auto generated within the layout tool.  In the case of schematic symbols, everyone/every company has a different style (fonts, groupings, splits, etc) that they like to use (or are required to use) for generating symbols which is why these are not released.

 


There is a specific UltraScale PROM support list as well that can be found in Appendix C of this Vivado 2014.1 document.

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Re: Advices on board design using Kintex Ultrascale

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Ok, I see. Thanks again for the help!

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