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Author: jeorges FrenchRivera (Company: xlue) (khal1985)
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Hello,

I'm a beginner in FPGA development, I'm working on a project that 
consist to adapt the VHDL code written for Virtex5 to Spartan 3AN(using 
Altium Nanobaord 3000). There are many block like Clock, Ethernet, 
Chipsocope and i don't know how to do to generate the same block using 
Spartan 3AN.
I need your help for tis subject.
Thank you in advance.

Best Regards

Author: Duke Scarring (Guest)
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jeorges FrenchRivera wrote:
> There are many block like Clock, Ethernet,
> Chipsocope and i don't know how to do to generate the same block using
> Spartan 3AN.
These blocks are certainly generated with a program called 'coregen'. 
You have to regenerate all blocks for the new chip.
Maybe Altium Designer has a wrapper for the 'coegen' program.

Duke

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