Understanding the Desktop NanoBoard NB2DSK01 Constraint System

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The process of mapping or constraining a design to its physical implementation is done by creating constraint files – files that specify implementation detail such as the target device, the port-to-pin mapping, pin IO standards and so on. The minimum information required to synthesize a design is the device specification.

Sets of constraint files are targeted to a design by creating a configuration, which is simply a named list of constraint files.

Setting up to implement a design on the NB2DSK01 is simplified through provision of constraint files as part of the installation. These can be found in the \Library\Fpga\NB2 Constraint Files folder of the installation.

Use the following linked pages to explore the constraint system in place when targeting your design to a daughter board FPGA device, plugged into Altium's Desktop NanoBoard NB2DSK01.

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