Using Xilinx’s Power Estimator and Power Analyzer Tools Issue 83

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FPGAs are unlike many classes
of components in that the
power they will require on their
core, auxiliary and I/O voltages
depends upon the implementation of
the design. Determining the power dissipation
of the FPGA in your application
is thus a little more complicated
than just reading the datasheet. It can
therefore be challenging to ensure you
have the correct power architecture—
one that takes into account not only the
required quiescent currents, ramp rates
and sequencing, but also has the ability
to suitably power the end application
while remaining within the acceptable
junction temperature of the device.

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