The AMD Zynq™ UltraScale+™ RFSoCs are available in -2 and -1 speed grades, with -2E or -2I devices having the highest performance. The -2LE, -2LI, and -1LI devices are screened for lower maximum static power. The XCZU21DR, XCZU25DR, XCZU27DR, XCZU28DR, and XCZU29DR devices in the -2LE and -1LI speed grades and the XQZU21DR, XQZU28DR, and XQZU29DR devices in the -1LI speed grade can operate at VCCINT = 0.85V or 0.72V. When -2LE or -1LI devices support and are operated at VCCINT = 0.85V, the speed specification for the L devices is the same as the -2I or -1I speed grades. When operated at VCCINT = 0.72V, the -2LE, -2LI, and -1LI performance and static and dynamic power are reduced. The XCZU39DR device in the -2LI speed grade and the XCZU42DR, XCZU43DR, XCZU46DR, XCZU47DR, XCZU48DR, XCZU49DR, XCZU63DR, XCZU64DR, XCZU65DR, XCZU67DR, XQZU48DR, XQZU49DR, XQZU65DR, and XQZU67DR devices in the -2LI and -1LI speed grades only operate at VCCINT = 0.72V.
DC and AC characteristics are specified in extended (E), industrial (I), and military (M) temperature ranges. Except the operating temperature range or unless otherwise noted, all the DC and AC electrical parameters are the same for a particular speed grade (that is, the timing characteristics of a -1 speed grade extended device are the same as for a -1 speed grade industrial device). However, only selected speed grades and/or devices are available in each temperature range.
The XQ references in this data sheet are specific to the devices available in XQ Ruggedized packages. See the Defense-Grade UltraScale Architecture Data Sheet: Overview (DS895) for further information on XQ Defense-grade part numbers, packages, and ordering information.
All supply voltage and junction temperature specifications are representative of worst-case conditions. The parameters included are common to popular designs and typical applications.
This data sheet, part of an overall set of documentation on the Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoCs, is available on the AMD website at www.xilinx.com/documentation .