Intel® FPGA Streaming Video Protocol Specification

ID 683397
Date 5/15/2024
Document Table of Contents

4.4.3. Optional TREADY Signal: Transmitter Interface

For a transmitter interface, omitting the TREADY signal indicates that the interface cannot accept backpressure.

If TREADY is not on the full-raster interface, the interface assumes TREADY coming from the receiver interface is high all the time. If a full-raster interface cannot accept backpressure and the TREADY signal cannot be removed from the transmitter interface, you can use the TREADY signal to indicate an error condition if you drive TREADY low during a transfer. By including the TREADY signal in the interface, it enables you to correctly identify the source of the error.