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Looking for the schematic symbol for Arria 10 GX 10AX048 F35 package.

JMcGu6
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I've found schematic symbols for many of the family/package combinations for the Arria 10 at the following link, but certain ones appear to be missing. Why isn't there one for the 10AX048 F35 package, for example? Am I missing something?

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/support-resources/download/board-layout-test/pcb/pcb-cadence.html?wapkw=arria%2010%20schematic%20symbols

 

 

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AR_A_Intel
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Hello

 

Welcome to INTEL forum. Done some checking with teammate. The missing of Arria 10 GX 10AX048 F35 package because we are in progress building the new ORCAD symbol due to version revised.

JMcGu6
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Thank you for responding! Is there an estimate as to when it might be re-released? Or is there a similar enough one to work off in the meantime?

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AR_A_Intel
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It will be release by month of May but no conformation on exact date yet. May we know are you urgent on the Arria 10 GX 10AX048 F35 package use?

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JMcGu6
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I still do not see this package available on the site and it is now late June. Do you have any additional updates on when this schematic symbol may become available?

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AR_A_Intel
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Hi Sir

 

We apologize for the delay and inconvenience happen. I’m sending you the schematic symbol for Arria 10 GX 10AX048 F35 package. The web will be updated accordingly. Thanks

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AR_A_Intel
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