184.108.40.206. High Performance Avalon® -MM Slave (HPTXS) Interface
The High Performance Avalon® -MM Slave has a 256-bit-wide data bus. It supports up to 16-cycle bursts with dword granularity byte enable on the first and last cycles of a write burst and for single-cycle read bursts. It also supports optional address mapping when the address bus is less than 64-bit wide.
This interface is optional. You enable it by turning On the Enable Bursting Slave option in the GUI.
|Signal Name||Direction||Description||Platform Designer Interface Name|
|hptxs_address_i [hptxs_address_width_hwtcl-1:0]||I||Byte address. Bits [4:0] are assumed to be zeros.||hptxs_slave|
|hptxs_byteenable_i [31:0]||I||Specifies the valid bytes for a write command.|
|hptxs_read_i||I||When asserted, specifies a TX Avalon® -MM slave read request.|
|hptxs_readdata_o[255:0]||O||This bus contains the read completion data.|
|hptxs_write_i||I||When asserted, specifies a TX Avalon® -MM slave write request.|
|hptxs_writedata_i[255:0]||I||This bus contains the Avalon® -MM data for a write command.|
|hptxs_waitrequest_o||O||When asserted, indicates that the Avalon® -MM slave port is not ready to respond to a read or write request.|
|hptxs_readdatavalid_o||O||When asserted, indicates that the read data is valid.|
When asserted, the value on the response signal is a valid write response.
Writeresponsevalid is only asserted one clock cycle or more after the write command is accepted.
There is at least a one clock cycle latency from command acceptance to the assertion of writeresponsevalid.
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