126.96.36.199.1. Register Set
The registers in the Traffic Generator are 32-bit wide.
|0x00||RAdd||Read start address|
|0x08||RErr||Read error count|
|0x10||WAdd||Write start address|
|0x18||WErr||Reserved (Write error detection not available yet)|
The RAdd and WAdd registers contain the base addresses that the Traffic Generator reads from and writes to respectively. These are byte addresses and must be Avalon® -MM word aligned (i.e. bits [5:0] are assumed to be set to 0).
Write to the RCnt and WCnt registers to specify the number of transfers to execute. Writing a 0 to these registers means non-stop transfers. Reading from one of these registers returns the number of transfers that have occurred since it was last read.
Reading the RErr register returns the number of errors detected since the register was last read. A maximum of one error is counted per clock cycle. Because the write error detection feature is not available yet, you cannot get a valid number of errors by reading the WErr register.
The RCtl and WCtl registers contain fields that define various aspects of the transfers, and start and stop the transfers.
Size of the area of memory to read or write
0: 1 KB
1: 2 KB
2: 4 KB
3: 8 KB
4: 16 KB
5: 32 KB
6: 64 KB
7: 128 KB
8: 256 KB
9: 512 KB
10: 1 MB
11 - 15: Reserved
Size of transfers
0: 1 byte
1: 2 bytes
2: 1 dword (4 bytes)
3: 2 dwords (8 bytes)
4: 4 dwords (16 bytes)
5: 8 dwords (32 bytes)
6: 16 dwords (1 cycle - 64 bytes)
7: 32 dwords (2 cycles - 128 bytes)
8: 48 dwords (3 cycles - 192 bytes)
9: 64 dwords (4 cycles - 256 bytes)
10: 80 dwords (5 cycles - 320 bytes)
11: 96 dwords (6 cycles - 384 bytes)
12: 112 dwords (7 cycles - 448 bytes)
13: 128 dwords (8 cycles - 512 bytes)
14: 16 dwords (2 cycles - 64 bytes). Start at 32 bytes offset from the specified address.
All addresses are read or written sequentially. For example, if the transfer size is one byte and the first target byte address is N, the second transfer targets byte address N+1 (using the appropriate byte enable). If the transfer size is 48 dwords and the first target byte address is N, the second transfer targets byte address N + 192.
If the number of transfers multiplied by the transfer size is larger than the target area (or if the transfers are non-stop), the transfers loop back to the beginning of the target area when they reach its end. For transfer sizes that are not a power of two, the exact behavior at wraparound is not specified. The Traffic Checker detects one error every time the transfers loop back to the beginning of the target area.
The target_size parameter should not exceed the size of one address mapping window, or at least should not exceed the size of the address mapping table.
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