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Registered: ‎04-12-2010

Xilinx® Training on Timing Constraints, Closure and Analysis

Vivado Design Suite Advanced XDC and Static Timing Analysis for ISE Software Users - Updated December 2013

This course will update experienced ISE® software users to utilize the Vivado® Design Suite. Learn the underlying database and static timing analysis (STA) mechanisms. Utilize Tcl for navigating the design, creating Xilinx design constraints (XDC), and creating timing reports. Learn to make appropriate timing constraints for SDR, DDR, source-synchronous, and system-synchronous interfaces for your FPGA design.

Vivado Design Suite Static Timing Analysis and Xilinx Design Constraints - Updated December 2013

This course offers detailed training on the Vivado® software tool flow, Xilinx design constraints (XDC), and static timing analysis (STA). Learn to use good FPGA design practices and all FPGA resources to advantage. Learn to fully and appropriately constrain your design by using industry-standard XDC constraints. Learn how the the Vivado IDE design database is structured and learn to traverse the design. Create appropriate timing reports to perform full STA and how to appropriately synthesize your design.

Play Video UltraFast Vivado Design Methodology For Timing Closure
The methodology outlined in this training will enable you to achieve “Sign-Off” quality XDC constraints for timing closure. This methodology will also enable you to achieve timing closure significantly faster irrespective of the complexity of the design.
Global Timing Constraints
Learn how to apply global timing constraints to a simple synchronous design, use the Xilinx Constraints Editor to specify global timing constraints.
Timing Closure
After completing this course you will be able to describe the overall flow for gaining timing closure, specify the key elements in achieving timing closure, describe the importance of your HDL coding style, explain the importance of using Cores in your design, list the most effective implementation options that can help you.
Achieving Timing Closure
After completing this course you will be able to describe a flow for obtaining timing closure, interpret a timing report and determine the cause of timing errors, apply Timing Analyzer report options to create customized timing reports.
Play Video Using the XDC Constraint Editor
Learn how to analyze Clock Domain Crossings in your design and how to constrain them.
Play Video Design Constraints Overview
Learn about XDC constraints, including timing and physical constraints.
Play Video Working with Constraint Sets
Learn the various constraint related features within the Vivado Design Suite to address different types of use models. These use models include the: using a single constraint file for the entire project, using multiple constraint files within a constraint set for different purposes, using multiple constraint sets to target different runs, managing constraints updates.
Play Video Creating Basic Clock Constraints
Learn how to create basic clock constraints for static timing analysis with XDC.
Play Video Creating Generated Clock Constraints
Learn about the two types of generated clocks in Vivado: clocks automatically derived by the tools and user-defined generated clocks.
Play Video Advanced Timing Exception Multicycle Path Constraints
Learn Xilinx recommendations for constraining multicycle path constraints. Understand and apply multicycle path exception constraints in your design.
Play Video Advanced Timing Exceptions Clock Group Constraints
Learn Xilinx recommendations for constraining clock group exceptions; specifically in detail what these constraints are and also see a few examples. Understand and apply the clock group exception constraints in your design.
Play Video Advanced Clock Constraints and Analysis
Learn how to use generated clocks, virtual clocks and some of the advanced options for generated clocks. The process of creating generated clocks begins with creating primary clocks. Primary clocks propagate to the inputs of clock modifying blocks such as PLLs and MMCMs.
Play Video Advanced Timing Exceptions - False Path, Min-Max Delay and Set_Case_Analysis
Learn a little about the different types of exception constraints followed-up by a detailed look at the false path, min/max delay and case analysis constraints. We'll also review exception priority and a few tips for constraining exceptions constraints.
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