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Xilinx Virtex-5 User-Guide Lite

2/13/2008 05:00 PM EST
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jack12345
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jack12345   9/30/2010 4:41:42 AM
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The article says about the implementation of 16:1 mux in a slice that contains 4 LUTs and 2:1muxs.In such a case the implementation is possible.

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jack12345   9/30/2010 4:37:48 AM
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baburavi   12/21/2009 11:39:17 AM
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I think there is a small mistake in page no:1 about the capability of 6-input LUT. It cannot implement 16:1 mux, the max can be 4:1 mux (4 bits as inputs and 2 bits as select lines). Correct me if I am wrong.

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Salamo   2/14/2008 8:57:28 AM
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This is a nice compact article about Virtex-5 FPGAs. It has the core facts in a very comprehensive way and you get a fast entry to the Virtex-5 technology and concepts. Very nice and usable!

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volkerkamp   2/14/2008 8:25:49 AM
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Great Article! If anyone needs help with slave serial configuration from a CPU, look here: http://www.kamptec.com/blog/doku.php?id=hardware:xilinx-bin2h

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