MIO Routing Considerations

Versal Adaptive SoC Technical Reference Manual (AM011)

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Note: There are several important MIO pin assignment considerations. The MIO-at-a-Glance table and the I/O pin assignment considerations are helpful for pin planning. Each I/O peripheral chapter includes individual MIO signal tables for each controller/unit that uses the MIO pins. The MIO-at-a-Glance table includes links to these individual MIO signal tables.

I/O Interface Group

I/O interfaces include bus protocol signals with timing specifications and signals without timing requirements. The signals with timing requirements must be routed to the device pins as a group. The MIO pin groupings are shown in the individual MIO tables in the I/O peripheral chapters. The non-timing related signals can be split up and routed individually through an MIO or EMIO.

The pin groupings are shown in the columns of the individual MIO signal tables in various chapters. Select one table column of pin assignments for the timing-sensitive signals, and do not mix and match column entries.

For I/O signals without a timing specification (e.g., write protect, card detect, etc.), their own individual pinout routing can be used.

Peripheral Interface Frequencies

The clocking frequency for an interface usually depends on the device speed grade and whether the interface is routed through the MIO or EMIO. Nominal interface frequencies are usually included in the associated chapter with some restrictions for EMIO routing shown in the MIO-EMIO Interface Routing Options table. The I/O timing specifications are provided in the Versal adaptive SoC data sheets listed in References.

Boot Device Selection

The boot device options are shaded in the PMC MIO Pin Table table and are listed in the Boot Modes and Interfaces chapter.