lab5 - Copyright(C 1991-2009 Altera Corporation Your use of...

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-- Copyright (C) 1991-2009 Altera Corporation -- Your use of Altera Corporation's design tools, logic functions -- and other software and tools, and its AMPP partner logic -- functions, and any output files from any of the foregoing -- (including device programming or simulation files), and any -- associated documentation or information are expressly subject -- to the terms and conditions of the Altera Program License -- Subscription Agreement, Altera MegaCore Function License -- Agreement, or other applicable license agreement, including, -- without limitation, that your use is for the sole purpose of -- programming logic devices manufactured by Altera and sold by -- Altera or its authorized distributors. Please refer to the -- applicable agreement for further details. -- -- This is a Quartus II output file. It is for reporting purposes only, and is -- not intended for use as a Quartus II input file. This file cannot be used -- to make Quartus II pin assignments - for instructions on how to make pin -- assignments, please see Quartus II help. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- NC : No Connect. This pin has no internal connection to the device. -- DNU : Do Not Use. This pin MUST NOT be connected. -- VCCINT : Dedicated power pin, which MUST be connected to VCC (1.2V). -- VCCIO : Dedicated power pin, which MUST be connected to VCC -- of its bank. -- Bank 1: 3.3V -- Bank 2: 3.3V -- Bank 3: 3.3V -- Bank 4: 3.3V -- Bank 5: 3.3V -- Bank 6: 3.3V -- Bank 7: 3.3V -- Bank 8: 3.3V -- GND : Dedicated ground pin. Dedicated GND pins MUST be connected to GND. -- It can also be used to report unused dedicated pins. The connection -- on the board for unused dedicated pins depends on whether this will -- be used in a future design. One example is device migration. When -- using device migration, refer to the device pin- tables. If it is a -- GND pin in the pin table or if it will not be used in a future design -- for another purpose the it MUST be connected to GND. If it is an unused -- dedicated pin, then it can be connected to a valid signal on the board -- (low, high, or toggling) if that signal is required for a different -- revision of the design. -- GND+ : Unused input pin. It can also be used to report unused dual- purpose pins. -- This pin should be connected to GND. It may also be connected to a
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-- valid signal on the board (low, high, or toggling) if that signal -- is required for a different revision of the design. -- GND* : Unused I/O pin. For transceiver I/O banks (Bank 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17), -- connect each pin marked GND* either individually through a 10k Ohm resistor -- to GND or tie all pins together and connect through a single 10k Ohm resistor -- to GND. --
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