A Fundamentally Different Approach to FPGA I/O Design
New problems require new solutions; this has never been truer in the realm of FPGA design than it is today. Devices with higher and higher pin counts have placed a significant strain on classic, over-the-wall methodologies. These techniques, which worked for many years, typically addressed FPGA and PCB design efforts as two distinct disciplines, where the FPGA designer defined the I/O assignments of the FPGA and passed those assignments to the PCB designer.
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