The original generation of Stratix® devices, developed on the 130-nm process node, is superseded by later Stratix device family generations for most applications. For military applications, the original generation of Stratix devices is still the high-density solution of choice. Stratix FPGAs come in two variants:
Table 1 outlines the Stratix device family members and features. Table 2 shows an overview of Stratix device packaging and I/O pin counts. Table 3 shows the appropriate configuration devices to use for each Stratix device family member. Table 4 shows industrial temperature support for Stratix FPGAs.
|Table 1. Stratix FPGA Family Overview|
|M512 RAM Blocks
(512 Bits + Parity)
|M4K RAM Blocks
(4 Kbits + Parity)
(512 Kbits + Parity)
|Total RAM Bits||920,448||1,669,248||1,944,576||3,317,184||3,423,744||5,215,104||7,427,520|
|9-Bit x 9-Bit Embedded Multipliers (1)||48||80||80||96||112||144||176|
|Maximum User I/O Pins||426||586||706||726||822||1,022||1,203|
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- Total number of 9 x 9 multipliers. To obtain the total number of 18 x 18 multipliers per device, divide the total number of 9 x 9 multipliers by a factor of 2. To obtain the total number of 36 x 36 multipliers per device, divide the total number of 9 x 9 multipliers by a factor of 8.
|Table 3. Appropriate Configuration Devices for Stratix Devices|
|Configuration Device||Number of Devices|
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