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slices in fpga

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by juglers, Apr 25, 2010.

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  1. juglers

    juglers

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    what's slice in the fpga?
    how slices are different from configurable logic blocks(CLB) ?
     
  2. 55pilot

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    It depends upon how the manufacturer specs things.

    A CLB is the smallest element, a LUT and a FF or maybe 2 of each. A collection of CLBs make up a slice. CLBs within a slice usually have certain special relationship with each other, such as ability to share LUTs or resources to create a fast carry chain etc. from the CLBs within the slice.

    ---55p
     
  3. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    ok I have to ask

    ..... in the interest of learning something new ..... what the heck are we talking about :)

    Dave
     
  4. 55pilot

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    When dealing with a generic subject Google can provide you a lot more information than asking questions on a website. As you can see from the original question, this is a question about FPGA. Doing a google search on FPGA will get you far more information that I what I woudl be willing to type.

    ---55p
     
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