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Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 00:40:23 -0300
From: Yuri Gonzaga <>
Subject: EskBlowFish with RAM results


I am reporting the synthesis results for EsksBlowFish using RAM to pico e101
device (Spartan-6 xc6slx45).



                 Slice Logic Utilization                   | Used |

Number of Slice Registers                                2,506    54,576
    Number used as Flip Flops                           2,506

Number of Slice LUTs                                      8,059     27,288
    Number used as logic                                  8,055     27,288
        Number using O6 output only                    7,509
        Number using O5 output only                         1
        Number using O5 and O6                            545
    Number used as Memory 0                           6,408
    Number used exclusively as route-thrus               4
        Number with same-slice register load              4

Number of occupied Slices                               2,611       6,822

Number of LUT Flip Flop pairs used                   8,142
    Number with an unused Flip Flop                  5,647         8,142
    Number with an unused LUT                            83          8,142
    Number of fully used LUT-FF pairs                2,412         8,142
    Number of unique control sets                          21
    Number of slice register sites lost                    86         54,576
        to control set restrictions

Number of bonded IOBs                                    115            316

Number of RAMB16BWERs                                 4             116

Number of BUFG/BUFGMUXs                              1               16
    Number used as BUFGs                                  1

Maximum Frequency: 143.429MHz

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