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Chaining M9K blocks to increase word width

Altera_Forum
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Hi, 

 

I'm new to FPGA development so be patient with me :) I would like to perform injection testing into some logic i'm developing using M9K blocks. There are 80bits per word and 21 words. Is it possible to chain 5 MK9 blocks together (in 16x512 configuration) to achieve the 80bits per word? Thanks
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Altera_Forum
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just use the altsyncram block - you specify word width and depth and it will build the ram for you from as many M9Ks as required.

Altera_Forum
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just use the altsyncram block - you specify word width and depth and it will build the ram for you from as many M9Ks as required. 

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Thank you, that worked great.
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