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Strange FPGA marking code

Jero
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We use a EP3C120F780C7N FPGA in many boards but some of them come to us with a FPGA with the code EP3C120F780C7AD, do you know what the AD at the end of the code means?,

 

Thanks

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ReX_TeCH
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Hi @Jero 

 

Hope you are doing well, thanks for posting your query.

 

As per intel glossary of terms  AD stands for Ad-Hoc

 

Also, you can visit here : FBGA and Component Marking Decoder 

Hope this information helps.


Please let me know how it goes.


Regards,

 

ReX_TeCH

(Independent Advisor)

 

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NurAiman_M_Intel
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Hi,

 

Thank you for contacting Intel community.

 

Please note that the device part number - EP3C120F780C7AD ended with the additional suffix 'AD' is referring to customer specific ordering suffix, the material that builds directly for some specific customer request. These are added to the device part number when a device has under gone additional qualification upon request. 


Regards,

Aiman


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NurAiman_M_Intel
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