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I want to connect a DIMM SDRam to a Cyclone FPGA, but I don't really
feel confortable about the way of doing it. When it's only a module, I
know I have to put some small resistances in the path. However, there
are already resistances on a DIMM.

So should I put resistance between the dimm and the I/O of the FPGA ?
Since the input capacitance of a DIMM is significantly larger than the
ones of sdram module, shall I make them smaller ?

I looked on various litterature, and these solutions arised : keep a
resistance of the same level, or put a smaller resistance. Which one
is the best ?


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