The MIG 7 Series DDR2/DDR3 designs are characterized with specific termination schemes and I/O Standards. The DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM Memory Interface Solution > Core Architecture > Design Guidelines section within the7 Series FPGAs Memory Interface User Guide (UG586) includes information on termination guidelines and the MIG design's use of I/O Standards.
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Running SI Simulation using IBIS Models is strongly recommended for all memory designs. The user guide section noted above includes information on the following:
Please read the entire section in UG586 noted above for full details.
Addtional Termination Information:
The MIG tool creates the UCF using the appropriate standard based on input from the GUI. You can find the MIGUCF in either the "example_design/par" or "user_design/par" directories. Only the I/O standards provided in the MIG UCFs have been tested in hardware during MIG characterization.
08/24/12 - Initial Release