RapidIO II Intel® FPGA IP User Guide

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Date 9/28/2020
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6.3.1.9. Destination Operations CAR

Table 113.  Destination Operations CAR — Offset: 0x1C
Field Bits Access Function Default
RSRV [31:20] RO Reserved. 12'b0
DATA_STRM_TRAFFIC _MANAGEMENT [19] RO Processing element can support data streaming traffic management. 1'b0
DATA_STREAMING [18] RO Processing element can support a data streaming operation. 1'b0
RSRV [17:16] RO Reserved. 2'b00
READ [15] RO Processing element can support a read operation. 39
WRITE [14] RO Processing element can support a write operation. 39
SWRITE [13] RO Processing element can support a streaming-write operation. 39
NWRITE_R [12] RO Processing element can support a write-with-response operation. 39
Data Message [11] RO Processing element can support data message operation. 1'b0
DOORBELL [10] RO Processing element can support a DOORBELL operation 0
ATM_COMP_SWP [9] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC compare-and-swap operation. 1'b0
ATM_TEST_SWP [8] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC test-and-swap operation. 1'b0
ATM_INC [7] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC increment operation. 1'b0
ATM_DEC [6] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC decrement operation. 1'b0
ATM_SET [5] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC set operation. 1'b0
ATM_CLEAR [4] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC clear operation. 1'b0
ATM_SWAP [3] RO Processing element can support an ATOMIC swap operation. 1'b0
PORT_WRITE [2] RO Processing element can support a port-write operation. 0
Implementation Defined [1:0] RO Reserved for this implementation. 2'b00
Note:
  • If one of the Logical layers supported by the RapidIO II IP core is not selected, the corresponding bits in the Destination Operations CAR are set to zero by default.
  • The reset value of the Destination Operations CAR is the result of the bitwise exclusive-or operation applied to the default values and the value you specify for Destination operations CAR override in the RapidIO II parameter editor.
39 The default value is 1'b1 if you turn on Enable I/O Logical layer Master module in the RapidIO II parameter editor. The default value is 1'b0 if you turn off Enable I/O Logical layer Master module in the RapidIO II parameter editor.

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