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The XP IOB block provides resources to enable high-speed interfaces between the programmable logic (PL) and the system outside the device. The XP IOB resources are designed to accommodate the signaling needs for high-speed memory and chip-to-chip interfaces that are powered between 1.0V and 1.5V. The XP IOB provides internal termination, internal reference generation, support for a diverse set of I/O standards, driver emphasis, and receiver equalization. These features allow the XP IOB to integrate with a diverse range of systems.
High-density (HD) I/O banks are resources designed to support I/O standards with voltages ranging from 1.8V to 3.3V. HD I/Os support single ended and pseudo-differential I/O bidirectional signaling operating at data rates of up to 400 Mb/s. Limited support for true differential inputs (with external termination) is also available to support LVDS and LVPECL clock inputs. HD I/O banks contain interface logic (HD IOL) that includes registers, a DPLL, and static delay lines to support asynchronous, system synchronous, and clock-based source synchronous interfaces.
|GC/HDGC||Bidirectional||Global clock (GC) inputs provide dedicated, high-speed access to the internal global and regional clock resources. GC inputs use dedicated routing and must be used for clock inputs where the timing of various clocking features is imperative. General-purpose I/O with local interconnects must not be used for clock signals.|
|IO_VR||N/A||This pin is for the DCI voltage reference resistor, one per bank row: IO_VR_700 and IO_VR_800. Tie to VCCO_700 and VCCO_800, respectively, with a reference resistor.|