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How do I transmit data at 1.434 Gbps in diff SSTL-12 in Cyclone 10 GX?

Twincreeks
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I hope to use a Cyclone 10 GX device to generate and transmit data at 1.434 Gbps (see my post https://community.intel.com/t5/Programmable-Devices/Does-Cyclone-10-GX-general-purpose-support-1-434...). The output logic standard is diff SSTL-12. I cannot use LVDS because its common mode voltage is incompatible with my receiver, which is an ASIC. Another post (https://community.intel.com/t5/Programmable-Devices/Does-Cyclone-10-GX-general-purpose-support-1-434...) states that the LVDS SERDES IP supports only LVDS. How can I transmit data at 1.434 in diff SSTL-12? Is there other SERDES IP that supports SSTL? Thanks.  

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Twincreeks
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Have anyone used Cyclone 10 GX general purpose IO pins to transmit data at 1.434 Gbps? Have any experts viewed my post? Could you please share the experience? Thanks. 

AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

The maximum achievable I/O frequency is different for each I/O standard and is depends on design and system specific factors. Ensure proper timing closure in your design and perform HSPICE/IBIS simulations based on your specific design and system setup to determine the maximum achievable frequency in your system.
 
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Twincreeks
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Dear AminT_Intel,

Thank you for your reply. What is the highest data rate I can achieve with Cyclone 10 GX general purpose I/O pins in diff SSTL-12 standard and how can I achieve that data rate? 

 

AminT_Intel
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AminT_Intel
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We do not receive any response from you to the previous question/reply/answer that I have provided. This thread will be transitioned to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get the support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread. Thank you.

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