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EPF10K100A

BenBeauchamp
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I have a question about an old Altera PLD that I have in one of my designs. My design currently has an EPF10K100A PLD in the 240 pin RQFP package. Do I need to recompile my code and generate a new programming file if I want to change to the EPF10K100A PLD in the 484 pin FBGA package? I understand that I would need to map the I/O from the 240 pin RQFP to the 484 pin FBGA device on my board. As long as I correctly map the I/O, can I reuse the same programming file? If both parts leverage the same die, but are just bonded out differently depending on the package, I would think that this should work.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Benjamin Beauchamp

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JohnT_Intel
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Hi,


Yes, you should be able to reuse the bitstream if both has similar pinout on the die.


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