Digital clock manager

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A digital clock manager (DCM) is an electronic component available on some FPGAs (notably ones produced by Xilinx). A DCM is useful for manipulating clock signals inside the FPGA, and to avoid clock skew which would introduce errors in the circuit.

Uses of DCM[edit]

DCMs have the following applications:[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Using Digital Clock Managers (DCMs) in Spartan-3 FPGAs" (PDF).  070804