Designing with Xilinx Serial Transceivers

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Course Description

Learn how to employ serial transceivers in 7 series, UltraScale™, UltraScale+™ FPGA or Zynq® UltraScale+ MPSoC designs. The focus is on:  Identifying and using the features of the serial transceiver blocks, such as 8B/10B and 64B/66B encoding, channel bonding, clock correction, and comma detection Utilizing the Transceivers Wizards to instantiate transceiver primitives Synthesizing and implementing transceiver designs Taking into account board design as it relates to the transceivers Testing and debugging

Release Date

June 2015

Level

Connectivity 3

Training Duration

2 days

Course Part Number

-CONN-TRX

Who Should Attend?

FPGA designers and logic designers

Prerequisites

  • Verilog experience (or the Designing with Verilog or the Designing with VHDL course)
  • Familiarity with logic design (state machines and synchronous design)
  • Basic knowledge of FPGA architecture and Xilinx implementation tools are helpful
  • Familiarity with serial I/O basics and high-speed serial I/O standards is also helpfu

Software Tools

  • Vivado® System Edition 2016.3
  • Mentor Graphics Questa Advanced Simulator 10.4

Software Tools

  • Architecture: 7 series and UltraScale FPGAs
  • Demo board: Kintex® UltraScale FPGA KCU105 board or Kintex-7 FPGA KC705 board*
  • This course focuses on the UltraScale and 7 series architectures. Check with your local Authorized Training Provider for the specifics of the in-class lab board or other customizations. After completing this comprehensive training, you will have the necessary skills to:

    • Describe and use the ports and attributes of the serial transceivers in Xilinx FPGAs and MPSoCs
    • Effectively use the following features of the gigabit transceivers: ○ 64B/66B and other encoding/decoding, comma detection, clock correction, and channel bonding ○ Pre-emphasis and receive equalization
    • Use the Transceivers Wizards to instantiate GT primitives in a design
    • Access appropriate reference material for board design issues involving signal integrity and the power supply, reference clocking, and trace design
    • Use the IBERT design to verify transceiver links on real hardware
    • Course Outline

      Day 1

      • 7 Series, UltraScale, UltraScale+, Zynq UltraScale+ Transceivers Overview
      • 7 Series, UltraScale, UltraScale+, Zynq UltraScale+ Transceivers Clocking and Resets
      • Transceiver IP Generation – Transceiver Wizard
      • Lab 1: Transceiver Core Generation
      • Transceiver Simulation
      • Lab 2: Transceiver Simulation
      • PCS Layer General Functionality
      • PCS Layer Encoding
      • Lab 3: 64B/66B Encoding

      Day 2

      • Transceiver Implementation
      • Lab 4: Transceiver Implementation
      • PMA Layer Details
      • PMA Layer Optimization
      • Transceiver Wizard Overview
      • Lab 5: : IBERT Design
      • : Transceiver Test and Debugging
      • Lab 6: Transceiver Debugging
      • Transceiver Board Design Considerations
      • Transceiver Application Examples

      Lab Descriptions

      • Lab 1: Transceiver Core Generation – Use the Transceivers Wizard to create instantiation templates. .
      • Lab 2: Transceiver Simulation – Simulate the transceiver IP by using the IP example design.
      • Lab 3: 64B/66B Encoding – Generate a 64B/66B transceiver core by using the Transceivers Wizard, simulate the design, and analyze the results.
      • Lab 4: Transceiver Implementation – Implement the transceiver IP by using the IP example design.
      • Lab 5: IBERT Design – Verify transceiver links on real hardware.
      • Lab 6: Transceiver Debugging – Debug transceiver links.

Event Schedule

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Partner

Xilinx
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