To implement the synthesized design or netlist onto the targeted AMD devices in Non-Project Mode, you must run the Tcl commands corresponding to the Implementation sub-processes:
- Opt Design (
- Optimizes the logical design to make it easier to fit onto the target AMD device.
- Power Opt Design (
- Optimizes design elements to reduce the power demands of the target AMD device.
- Place Design (
- Places the design onto the target AMD device and replicates logic to improve timing.
- Post-Place Power Opt Design (
- Additional optimization to reduce power after placement.
- Post-Place Phys Opt Design (
- Optimizes logic and placement using estimated timing based on placement. Includes replication of high fanout drivers.
- Route Design (
- Routes the design onto the target AMD device.
- Post-Route Phys Opt Design (
- Optimizes logic, placement, and routing using actual routed delays.
- Write Bitstream (
- Generates a bitstream for AMD device configuration except for AMD Versal™ adaptive SoCs. Typically, bitstream generation follows implementation.
- Write Device Image (
- Generates a programmable device image for programming a Versal device.
For more information about writing the bitstream or creating a device image, see section Generating Bitstream in the Vivado Design Suite User Guide: Programming and Debugging (UG908).
These steps are collectively known as implementation. Enter the commands in any of the following ways:
- In the Tcl Console from the AMD Vivado™ IDE.
- From the Tcl prompt in the Vivado Design Suite Tcl shell.
- Using a Tcl script with the implementation commands and source the script in the Vivado Design Suite.