JESD204B Intel® FPGA IP User Guide

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Date 8/18/2022
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4.7.2. Transmitter Registers

Table 28.  lane_ctrl_commonCommon lane control and assignment. The common lane control applies to all lanes in the link..

Offset: 0x0

Note: The bits that are compile-time specific are not configurable through register. You must recompile to change the value.)
Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:3 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
2 rl Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_bit reversal Bit reversal for LSB/MSB first serialization. This is a compile-time option which needs to be set before IP generation.
  • 0 = LSB-first serialization
  • 1 = MSB-first serialization
Note: JESD204B converter device may support either MSB-first serialization or LSB-first serialization.

You must set both csr_byte_reversal and csr_bit_reversal bits to 1 when generating the IP.

When csr_bit_reversal = 1, the word aligner reverses the TX parallel data bits before transmitting it to the PMA for serialization.

For example; in 20-bit mode; D[19:0] is rewired to D[0:19] and in 40-bit mode; D[39:0] is rewired to D[0:39].

R Compile-time specific
0 csr_byte reversal Byte reversal for LSB/MSB first serialization. This is a compile-time option which needs to be set before IP generation.
  • 0 = LSB-first serialization

    Byte order = {octet3, octet2, octet1, octet0}

  • 1 = MSB-first serialization

    Byte order = {octet0, octet1, octet2, octet3}

Note: JESD204B converter device may support either MSB-first serialization or LSB-first serialization.

When csr_byte_reversal = 1, the byte order is reversed before transmitting data.

R Compile-time specific
Table 29.  lane_ctrl_0Lane control and assignment for Lane 0.

Offset: 0x4

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl0 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane0_powerdown

Power down control for lane 0.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[0]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane0_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 0 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 30.  lane_ctrl_1Lane control and assignment for Lane 1.

Offset: 0x8

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl1 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane1_powerdown

Power down control for lane 1.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[1]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane1_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 1 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 31.  lane_ctrl_2Lane control and assignment for Lane 2.

Offset: 0xC

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl2 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane2_powerdown

Power down control for lane 2.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[2]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane2_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 2 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 32.  lane_ctrl_3Lane control and assignment for Lane 3.

Offset: 0x10

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl3 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane3_powerdown

Power down control for lane 3.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[3]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane3_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 3 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 33.  lane_ctrl_4Lane control and assignment for Lane 4.

Offset: 0x14

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl4 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane4_powerdown

Power down control for lane 4.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[4]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane4_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 4 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 34.  lane_ctrl_5Lane control and assignment for Lane 5.

Offset: 0x18

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl5 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane5_powerdown

Power down control for lane 5.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[5]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane5_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 5 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 35.  lane_ctrl_6Lane control and assignment for Lane 6.

Offset: 0x1C

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl6 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane6_powerdown

Power down control for lane 6.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[6]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane6_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 6 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 36.  lane_ctrl_7Lane control and assignment for Lane 7.

Offset: 0x20

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 rl7 Physical lane control reserve register RW 0x0
1 csr_lane7_powerdown

Power down control for lane 7.

This register routes out of the IP as csr_lane_powerdown[7]. The transport layer (TL) uses this signal to indicate the fall back of the lanes (L) for run-time LMF support.

To save power, route this signal to the Transceiver Reset Controller block as an assert mask for rx_digitalreset and rx_analogreset to power down the lane.

  • 0 = Normal mode
  • 1 = Power down
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane7_polarity

Set 1 to inverse lane 7 polarity.

When set, the TX interface inverts the polarity of the TX data. You can use this bit to correct the polarity of differential pairs if the transmission circuitry or board layout mistakenly swaps the positive and negative signals.

RW 0x0
Table 37.  dll_ctrlData link layer (DLL) and TX control.

Offset: 0x50

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:17 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
16 rd5 DLL control reserve register 5 RW 0x0
15 rd4 DLL control reserve register 4 RW 0x0
14 rd3 DLL control reserve register 3 RW 0x0
13 rd2 DLL control reserve register 2 RW 0x0
12 rd1 DLL control reserve register 1 RW 0x0
11 csr_reinit_rxsyncn_rise Control CGS state exit behavior during link reinitialization through syncn_sysref_ctrl (0x54) csr_link_reinit.
  • 0 = Exit CGS state without detected SYNC~ rise from DAC converter. (Default)

    If this mode is entered, transmitter shall transmit at least four /K28.5/ symbols and exit CGS state at next LMFC boundary during link re-initialization.

  • 1 = Exit CGS state only when detected SYNC~ rise from DAC converter.

    If this mode is entered, transmitter shall stays at CGS state and transmit /K28.5/ symbols until detected SYNC~ rise then exit CGS state at next LMFC boundary during link re-initialization.

RW 0x0
10 test_ilas_loop

Write 1 to this register will force the state machine to stay in Initial Lane Alignment Sequence (ILAS) state indefinitely after entry. ILAS Configuration will be transmitted during the second ILAS multiframe. The rest of the multiframe will have the start-of-multiframe character (/R/) followed by dummy data and end-of-multiframe (/A/).

There are 2 modes of entry per JESD204B Specification, chapter 5.3.3.8.2:
  • If this mode is entered when receiver initiates synchronization request, transmitter shall initiate CGS. Upon completion of CGS, transmitter shall repeatedly transmit ILAS.
  • If there is no synchronization request upon test entry, transmitter shall transmit at least four /K28.5/ symbols. At the LMFC boundary, the transmitter shall repeatedly transmit ILAS.
RW 0x0
9 csr_char_repl_disable

Disable character replacement for debug purposes.

When this bit is set, end-of-frame (/F/) and end-of-multiframe (/A/) character replacement will be disabled.

  • 0 = Character replacement enabled (Default)
  • 1 = Character replacement disabled. Used for debug purposes.
RW 0x0
8:1 csr_ilas_multiframe

The counter is binary value minus 1.

ILAS required by subclass 1 and 2 consists of exactly 4 multiframes. However, configurations with multiple subclass 0 DAC devices may require additional multiframes to achieve lane alignment.

Therefore, the length of ILAS shall be programmable from 4 up to 256 multiframes. When illegal values like 0/1/2 is set, the IP will still run as 4 multiframes.

Note: This counter value takes effect regardless of subclass setting. Do not to change this register for Subclass 1 and Subclass 2.
RW 0x0
0 csr_lane_sync_en Lane synchronization enable is required multilane alignment for a JESD204B link.
  • 0 = Lane synchronization is disabled. ILAS will be bypassed. The character replacement of user data during end of multiframe will be considered as end of frame.
  • 1 = Lane synchronization enabled (Default)
Note: For device that is classified as NMCDA-SL, you can disable lane synchronization. Set this bit to 1 for all other devices.
RW 0x0
Table 38.  syncn_sysref_ctrlSYNC_N and SYSREF control. Controls event sequencing related to SYNC_N and SYSREF signals.

Offset: 0x54

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:21 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
20 csr_cgs_bypass_sysref

This bit applies to Subclass 1 only. Enabling DLL states transition from Code Group Synchronization (CGS) to Initial Lane Alignment Sequence (ILAS) to bypass SYSREF single detect sampling. By default, the JESD204B IP will remain in CGS state until SYSREF is sampled. Once csr_sysref_singledet is cleared, then only the DLL state can transition from CGS to ILAS on the next LMFC tick.

Write 1 to this register to allow the IP to exit out of CGS state without ensuring that at least one rising edge of SYSREF was sampled.

Note: This is a debug mode, where you can bypass SYSREF sampling if only a quick link up is required. Setting this bit to 1 may cause race condition between SYSREF sampling and CGS exit.
RW 0x0
19:12 csr_lmfc_offset

The Local Multiframe Clock (LMFC) offset is a binary value minus 1.

Upon the detection of the rising edge of SYSREF in continuous mode or single detect mode, the LMFC counter will be reset to the value set in csr_lmfc_offset.

The LMFC counter operates in link clock domain, therefore the legal value for the counter is from 0 to ((FxK/4)-1. If you set an out-of-range value, the LMFC offset internally resets to 0.

Note: By default, the rising edge of SYSREF will reset the LMFC counter to 0. However, if the system design has large phase offset between the SYSREF sampled by the converter device and the FPGA, you can virtually shift the SYSREF edges by changing the LMFC offset reset value using this register.
RW 0x0
11:7 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
6 rs4 SYNCN and SYSREF control reserve register 4 RW 0x0
5 rs3 SYNCN and SYSREF control reserve register 3 RW 0x0
4 rs2 SYNCN and SYSREF control reserve register 2 RW 0x0
3 rs1 SYNCN and SYSREF control reserve register 1 RW 0x0
2 csr_sysref_singledet

This register enables LMFC realignment with a single sample of rising edge of SYSREF. The bit is auto-cleared by hardware once SYSREF is sampled. If you require SYSREF to be sampled again (due to link reset or reinitialization), you must set this bit again.

This register also has another critical function. The JESD204B IP will never will never exit out of CGS unless at least a SYSREF edge is sampled. This is to prevent race condition between SYSREF being sampled and the exit of CGS to ILAS. If CGS transition to ILAS before the common SYSREF is sampled for both the IP and converter device, this would cause undeterministic latency as the transmitted ILAS is based on the free running LMFC counter coming out of reset.

  • 0 = Any rising edge of SYSREF will not reset the LMFC counter.
  • 1 = Resets the LMFC counter on the first rising edge of SYSREF and then clears this bit. (Default)
Note: Intel recommends that you use csr_sysref_singledet with csr_sysref_alwayson even if you want to do SYSREF continuous detection mode. This is because this register is able to indicate whether SYSREF was ever sampled. This register also prevents race condition as mentioned above. Using only SYSREF single detect mode will not be able to detect incorrect SYSREF period.
RW 0x1
1 csr_sysref_alwayson

This register enables LMFC realignment at every rising edge of SYSREF. LMFC counter is reset when every SYSREF transition from 0 to 1 is detected.

  • 0 = Any rising edge of SYSREF will not reset the LMFC counter.
  • 1 = Continuously resets LMFC counter at every SYSREF rising edge.
Note: When this bit is set, the SYSREF period will be checked to ensure it never violates internal local multiframe period and this period can only be n-integer multiplied of ((FxK)/4. If the SYSREF period is different from the local multiframe period, tx_err (0x60) csr_sysref_lmfc_err will be asserted and an interrupt will be triggered.
If you want to change SYSREF period, this bit should be set to 0 first. After SYSREF clock has stabilized, this bit is set to 1 to sample the rising edges of the new SYSREF.
RW 0x0
0 csr_link_reinit

The JESD204B IP will reinitialize the link to enter Code Group Synchronization by transmitting /K28.5. The software will need to check that SYNC_N tx_status0 (0x80) csr_dev_syncn is 1 before setting this register.

This bit automatically clears once link reinitialization is entered by hardware.

  • 0 = No link reinit request (Default)
  • 1 = Reinitialize the link.
RW 0x0
Table 39.  tx_errThis register logs errors detected in the FPGA IP. Each set bit in the register will generate interrupt, if enabled by corresponding bits in the TX Error Enable (tx_err_enable (0x64)). After servicing the interrupt, the software must clear the appropriate serviced interrupt status bit and ensure that no other interrupts are pending.

Offset: 0x60

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:9 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
8 re4 TX error reserve status 4 RW 0x0
7 csr_pcfifo_empty_err

Detected 1 or more lanes of Phase Compensation FIFO is empty unexpectedly when the JESD204B link is running.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
Note: You MUST reset the JESD204B link if this bit is triggered. The transceiver channel, and the IP link reset must be applied.
RW1C 0x0
6 csr_pcfifo_full_err

Detected 1 or more lanes of Phase Compensation FIFO is full unexpectedly when the JESD204B link is running.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
Note: You MUST reset the JESD204B link if this bit is triggered. The transceiver channel, and the IP link reset must be applied.
RW1C 0x0
5 csr_pll_locked_err Detected 1 or more lanes of PLL locked loose lock when the JESD204B link is running.
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW1C 0x0
4 csr_syncn_reinit_req

Receiver has requested reinitialization by asserting SYNC_N low for more than 5 frames and 9 octets.

Note: Upon the detection of SYNC_N link reinitialization request from the receiver, the JESD204B IP enters Code Group Synchronization (CGS) and transmits continuous /K28.5/. If you want to regenerate and sample SYSREF, enabling this interrupt notifies the software that the receiver has requested for link reinitialization.
RW1C 0x0
3 csr_frame_data_invalid_err

This error bit is applicable only if you use the Intel FPGA transport layer in your design. This error bit will be asserted if the upstream component deasserts the jesd204_tx_data_valid signal at the Intel FPGA transport layer AV-ST bus.

The transport layer expects the upstream device in the system to always send the valid data with zero latency when jesd204_tx_data_ready is asserted by the transport layer.

Note: If this error detection is not required, you can tie off the jesd204_tx_frame_error signal to 0.
RW1C 0x0
2 csr_dll_data_invalid_err

This error bit will be asserted if the TX detects data invalid on the AV-ST bus when data is requested.

By design, the JESD204B TX core expects the upstream device (JESD204B transport layer) to always send the valid data with zero latency when jesd204_tx_data_ready is asserted.

Note: If this error detection is not required, you can tie off the jesd204_tx_link_valid signal to 1.
RW1C 0x0
1 csr_sysref_lmfc_err

When syncn_sysref_ctrl (0x54) csr_sysref_alwayson is set to 1, the LMFC counter checks whether the SYSREF period matches the LMFC counter where it is n-integer multiplier of the (FxK/4).

If SYSREF period does not match the LMFC period, this bit will be asserted.

RW1C 0x0
0 csr_syncn_err

The JESD204B receiver indicates error through the SYNC_N signal.

RW1C 0x0
Table 40.  tx_err_enableThis register enables the error types that will generate interrupt. Setting 0 to the register bits will disable the specific error type from generating interrupt.

Offset: 0x64

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:9 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
8 re4_en TX error enable reserve 4 RW 0x1
7 csr_pcfifo_empty_err_en Enable interrupt for Phase Compensation FIFO empty error RW 0x1
6 csr_pcfifo_full_err_en Enable interrupt for Phase Compensation FIFO full error RW 0x1
5 csr_pll_locked_err_en Enable interrupt for PLL loose lock error.
Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
RW 0x1
4 csr_syncn_reinit_req_en Enable interrupt for SYNCN reinit request. RW 0x1
3 csr_frame_data_invalid_err_en Enable interrupt for transport layer data invalid error type. RW 0x0
2 csr_dll_data_invalid_err_en Enable interrupt for DLL data invalid error type. RW 0x0
1 csr_sysref_lmfc_err_en Enable interrupt for SYSREF LMFC error type. RW 0x0
0 csr_syncn_err_en Enable interrupt for SYNC_N error type. RW 0x1
Table 41.  tx_status0Monitor ports of internal signals and counter which will be useful for debug.

Offset: 0x80

Note: The bits that are compile-time specific are not configurable through register. You must recompile to change the value.)
Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:21 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
20:13 csr_dbg_adjcnt

Number of adjustment resolution steps of DAC LMFC in device link clock resolution.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

Note: For Subclass 2 operations, the JESD204B IP calculates the phase of the SYNC_N deassertion from the receiver with respect to internal LMFC counter. Interrupt will be triggered with either tx_err (0x60) csr_syncn_err or csr_syncn_reinit_req set. This register along with csr_dbg_adjdir and csr_dbg_phadj latch the phase offset, direction and resolution based on phase detection using link clock. Hysteresis and device clock ratio calculation should be done in the software.
R 0x0
12 csr_dbg_adjdir

Adjustment direction of DAC LMFC to the nearest LMFC tick.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

  • 0 = Advance
  • 1 = Delay
Note: For Subclass 2 operations, the JESD204B IP calculates the phase of the SYNC_N deassertion from the receiver with respect to internal LMFC counter. Interrupt will be triggered with either tx_err (0x60) csr_syncn_err or csr_syncn_reinit_req set. This register along with csr_dbg_phadj and csr_dbg_adjcnt latch the phase offset, direction and resolution based on phase detection using link clock. Hysteresis and device clock ratio calculation should be done in the software.
  0x0
11 csr_dbg_phadj SYNC_N deassertion is not-in-phase with the internal LMFC counter.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

  • 0 = DAC LMFC is aligned to device LMFC.
  • 1 = DAC LMFC is NOT aligned to device LMFC
Note: For Subclass 2 operations, the JESD204B IP calculates the phase of the SYNC_N deassertion from the receiver with respect to internal LMFC counter. Interrupt will be triggered with either tx_err (0x60) csr_syncn_err or csr_syncn_reinit_req set. This register along with csr_dbg_adjdir and csr_dbg_adjcnt latch the phase offset, direction and resolution based on phase detection using link clock. Hysteresis and device clock ratio calculation should be done in the software.
  0x0
10:3 csr_ilas_cnt This register is a binary minus 1 value. The counter value reflects on which number of ILAS multiframe the DLL state machine is in. R 0x0
2:1 csr_dll_state Current state of data link layer (DLL).
  • 00 = Code Group Synchronization (CGS)
  • 01 = Initial Lane Alignment Sequence (ILAS)
  • 10 = User Data Mode
  • 11 = D21.5 test mode
R 0x0
0 csr_dev_syncn Internal SYNC_N value.
  • 0 = Receiver is asserting synchronization request.
  • 1 = JESD204B link is out of synchronization.
R 0x0
Table 42.  tx_status1Monitor ports of internal signals and counter which will be useful for debug.

Offset: 0x84

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:24 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
23 csr_lane7_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 7 R 0x0
22 csr_lane6_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 6 R 0x0
21 csr_lane5_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 5 R 0x0
20 csr_lane4_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 4 R 0x0
19 csr_lane3_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 3 R 0x0
18 csr_lane2_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 2 R 0x0
17 csr_lane1_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 1 R 0x0
16 csr_lane0_tx_pcfifo_empty TX phase compensation FIFO status empty flag for lane 0 R 0x0
15:8 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
7 csr_lane7_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 7 R 0x0
6 csr_lane6_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 6 R 0x0
5 csr_lane5_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 5 R 0x0
4 csr_lane4_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 4 R 0x0
3 csr_lane3_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 3 R 0x0
2 csr_lane2_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 2 R 0x0
1 csr_lane1_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 1 R 0x0
0 csr_lane0_tx_pcfifo_full TX phase compensation FIFO status full flag for lane 0 R 0x0
Table 43.  tx_status2Monitor ports of internal signals and counter which will be useful for debug.

Offset: 0x88

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:24 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
23 csr_lane7_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 7, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
22 csr_lane6_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 6, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
21 csr_lane5_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 5, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
20 csr_lane4_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 4, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
19 csr_lane3_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 3, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
18 csr_lane2_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 2, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
17 csr_lane1_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 1, indicates PLL is locked.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
16 csr_lane0_pll_locked

PLL status for lane 0, indicates PLL is locked.

For bonded mode, the transceiver generates only one PLL locked signal. The single bit will be routed to lane 0 of PLL locked status. All other lanes will be tied off to 0.

For non-bonded mode, PLL locked status will be per channel. The status will be routed to the respective PLL locked status per channel.

For Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices, tie this register to 1’b1.

R 0x0
15:8 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
7 csr_lane7_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 7, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
6 csr_lane6_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 6, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
5 csr_lane5_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 5, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
4 csr_lane4_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 4, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
3 csr_lane3_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 3, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
2 csr_lane2_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 2, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
1 csr_lane1_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 1, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
R 0x0
0 csr_lane0_tx_cal_busy

Reconfig status for lane 0, indicates TX calibration is in progress.

Note: This status bit is not applicable for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 E-tile devices.
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R 0x0
Table 44.  tx_status3TX status reserve..

Offset: 0x8C

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:0 rs32 TX status reserve. R 0x0
Table 45.  ilas_data1Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0x94

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:24 csr_m

Link M.

Number of converters per device (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:21 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
20:16 csr_k

Link K.

Number of frames per multiframe (binary value minus 1).

A multiframe is defined as a group of K successive frames where K is between 1 and 32 and such that the number of octets per multiframe is between 17 and 1024. The IP requires that FxK must be divisible by 4.

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:8 csr_f

Link F.

Number of octets per frame (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7 csr_scr_en

Enable or disable descrambler.

  • 0 = Disable descrambler
  • 1 = Enable descrambler
Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
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  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
6:5 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
4:0 csr_l

Link L.

Number of lanes per converter (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 46.  ilas_data2Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0x98

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31 csr_hd

Link HD.

High density format.

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
30:29 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
28:24 csr_cf

Link CF.

Number of control words per frame clock period per link
  • CF = L is encoded as 31: control words on all lanes.
  • CF = 31 can only occur when L = 31
Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:21 csr_jesdv JESD204x version.
  • 000 = JESD204A
  • 001 = JESD204B
Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
0x1
20:16 csr_s

Link S.

Number of samples per converter per frame cycle (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:13 csr_subclassv

Device subclass version

  • 000 = Subclass 0
  • 001 = Subclass 1
  • 010 = Subclass 2
Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
12.8 csr_np

Link NP.

Total number of bits per sample (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7:6 csr_cs

Link CS.

Number of control bits per sample.

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
5 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
4:0 csr_n

Link N.

Converter resolution (binary value minus 1).

Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 47.  ilas_data3Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0x9C

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31 csr_phadj

Phase adjustment request of DAC LMFC. The register is auto-cleared by the hardware after sending ILAS 2nd multiframe.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
30 csr_adjdir

Adjustment direction of DAC LMFC. The register is auto-cleared by the hardware after sending ILAS 2nd multiframe.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

  • 0 = Advance
  • 1 = Delay
RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
29:20 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
19:16 csr_f

Number of adjustment resolution steps of DAC LMFC. The register is auto-cleared by the hardware after sending ILAS 2nd multiframe.

Applies to Subclass 2 only.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:8 csr_rsvd2 ILAS reserved 2 bytes. RW 0x00
7:0 csr_rsvd1 ILAS reserved 1 bytes. RW 0x00
Table 48.  ilas_data4Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0xA0

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:29 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
28:24 csr_lid_l3

Lane Identification for lane 3 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:21 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
20:16 csr_lid_l2

Lane Identification for lane 2 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:13 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
12:8 csr_lid_l1

Lane Identification for lane 1 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7:5 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
4:0 csr_lid_l0

Lane Identification for lane 0 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 49.  ilas_data5Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0xA4

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:29 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
28:24 csr_lid_l7

Lane Identification for lane 7 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:21 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
20:16 csr_lid_l6

Lane Identification for lane 6 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:13 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
12:8 csr_lid_l5

Lane Identification for lane 5 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7:5 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
4:0 csr_lid_l4

Lane Identification for lane 4 transmitted during ILAS.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 50.  ilas_data8Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0xB0

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:24 csr_fchk_l3

ILAS checksum lane 3. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:16 csr_fchk_l2

ILAS checksum lane 2. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:8 csr_fchk_l1

ILAS checksum lane 1. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7:0 csr_fchk_l0

ILAS checksum lane 0. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 51.  ilas_data9Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0xB4

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 csr_fchk_l7

ILAS checksum lane 7. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
23:16 csr_fchk_l6

ILAS checksum lane 6. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
15:8 csr_fchk_l5

ILAS checksum lane 5. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
7:0 csr_fchk_l4

ILAS checksum lane 4. Checksum is the modulo 256 of parameters listed ILAS configuration data.

RW Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
Table 52.  ilas_data12Link control configuration transmitted during initial lane alignment sequence (ILAS).

Offset: 0xC0

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:10 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
9:2 csr_fxk_h

Upper bits of FxK[8:2]. This is a binary value minus 1.

Link F multiply with Link K must be divisible by 4.

Note: The IP runs on 32-bit data width boundary per channel, so you must always ensure that FxK must be divisible by 4.
Note: Run-time reconfiguration is disabled for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices.
  • RW for all devices except Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10
  • RO for Intel® Agilex™ and Intel® Stratix® 10 devices
Reset to parameter value per IP generation.
1:0 csr_fxk_l

Lower bits of FxK[1:0]. This is a binary value minus 1.

Link F multiply with Link K must be divisible by 4.

Note: The IP runs on 32-bit data width boundary per channel, so you must always ensure that FxK must be divisible by 4. FxK (in binary value minus 1) always results to a value of 2'b11in the lower 2 bits.
R 0x3
Table 53.  tx_testJESD204 test control.

Offset: 0xD0

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:4 Reserved Reserved R 0x0
3:0 csr_tx_testmode

b0xxx is reserved for the JESD204B IP and 'b1xxx is reserved for external components out of the JESD204B IP.

JESD204B IP test mode:

  • 0000 = No test (Default)
  • 0001 = K28.5
  • 0010 = D21.5

JESD204B IP reference design test mode:

  • 1000 = Alternating Checkerboard
  • 1001 = Ramp
  • 1010 = PRBS
RW 0x0
Table 54.  user_test_pattern_aTest pattern per sample per converter.

Offset: 0xD4

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:16 test_pattern1 User test pattern 1. RW 0x0000
15:0 test_pattern0 User test pattern 0. RW 0x0000
Table 55.  user_test_pattern_bTest pattern per sample per converter.

Offset: 0xD8

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:16 test_pattern3 User test pattern 3. RW 0x0000
15:0 test_pattern2 User test pattern 2. RW 0x0000
Table 56.  user_test_pattern_cTest pattern per sample per converter.

Offset: 0xDC

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:16 test_pattern5 User test pattern 5. RW 0x0000
15:0 test_pattern4 User test pattern 4. RW 0x0000
Table 57.  user_test_pattern_dTest pattern per sample per converter.

Offset: 0xE0

Bit Name Description Attribute Reset
31:16 test_pattern7 User test pattern 7. RW 0x0000
15:0 test_pattern6 User test pattern 6. RW 0x0000

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