1.Ensure that the SELF_CALIBRATE attribute is set to ENABLE.
2.On all used RXTX_BITSLICE (RX_BITSLICE, TX_BITSLICE) primitives, hold the EN_VTC signals High.
3.EN_VTC of the BITSLICE_CONTROL should be held Low.
4.Use the following sequence to bring the I/O out of reset:
a.Release the reset of the PLL/MMCM generating the clocks for the interface.
b.Keep the CLKOUTPHYEN of the used PLL Low, which disables the CLKOUTPHY high-speed clock to the BITSLICE_CONTROL.PLL_CLK input. When a MMCM is used, disable the BUFGCE clock buffer delivering the BITSLICE_CONTROL.REFCLK clock.
Note: As shown in This Figure, strobe clocks must be disabled during the reset sequence. For systems that use the input clock as the strobe clock, bitslip will be required. The High-Speed SelectIO wizard provides the bitslip functionality.
c.Wait for the PLL/MMCM to reach the LOCKED state.
d.Release these reset signals: RXTX_BITSLICE.TX_RST_DLY, RXTX_BITSLICE.RX_RST_DLY, TX_BITSLICE_TRI.RST_DLY, RXTX_BITSLICE.TX_RST, RXTX_BITSLICE.RX_RST, TX_BITSLICE_TRI.RST, and/or BITSLICE_CONTROL.RST.
e.Wait at least 64 application clock cycles (PLL/MMCM specification).
f.Pull the CLKOUTPHYEN signal of the PLL High, which enables the CLKOUTPHY high-speed PLL output. For a MMCM, enable the BUFGCE to apply the BITSLICE_CONTROL.REFCLK.
a.Wait until the DLY_RDY of all the used BITSLICE_CONTROL primitives are asserted High by the running BISC controllers.
b.After all the DLY_RDY signals are asserted High, use the RIU_CLK in a two flip-flop synchronizer circuit to pull the EN_VTC of the used BITSLICE_CONTROL High. For asynchronous RX designs, BITSLICE_CONTROL.EN_VTC is tied Low by the High-Speed SelectIO wizard.
c.Wait until the BITSLICE_CONTROL.VTC_RDY status output of the BITSLICE_CONTROL is asserted High. VTC_RDY being High at this point means that the BISC controller in the BITSLICE_CONTROL primitive is tracking for voltage and temperature compensation.
d.Strobe clocks can now be restarted.
Note: For systems that cannot stop the strobe clocks during the reset sequence or for systems that have noisy strobes such as unlocked PLLs, bitslip might be required for RX_BITSLICE alignment.
At this point the application in the FPGA logic can be released.
Extra functional mode guidelines after VTC_RDY is High follow:
-RXTX_BITSLICE transmitters or TX_BITSLICEs require that the TBYTE_IN[3:0] inputs of the BITSLICE_CONTROL are pulled High. Use the VTC_RDY signal and a two register synchronizer running from the application clock to perform this action.
Note: If the TBYTE_IN bus is used by logic in the FPGA, ensure the designed circuit allows that the guidelines provided above can be applied.
-RXTX_BITSLICE receivers or RX_BITSLICEs require that the PHY_RDEN[3:0] inputs of the BITSLICE_CONTROL are pulled High. Use the VTC_RDY signal and a two register synchronizer running from the application clock to perform this action.
Note: Follow the actions described in the FIFO function paragraph of RXTX_BITSLICE about reading data from the FIFO.
Note: For transmit-only interfaces, the PHY_RDEN[3:0] should be deasserted Low.
Extra functional guidelines for serial mode receivers follow:
-A serial mode receiver only receives data. The data must be sampled by a PLL generated clock (PLL.CLKOUTPHY). In this case it is necessary that you adjust the input delay lines using additional logic to control the RX_BITSLICE.
When an application is running in an FPGA, apply the following steps to safely reset the application and allow a correct bring-up afterward: