1. About the Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP User Guide 2. Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP Overview 3. Functional Description 4. Getting Started 5. Parameters 6. Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP Interface Signals 7. Designing with Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP 8. Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP Registers 9. Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP User Guide Archives 10. Document Revision History for the Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP User Guide
3.4.2. RX Reset and Initialization Sequence
The RX reset sequence for Serial Lite IV Intel® FPGA IP is as follows:
- Assert rx_pcs_fec_phy_reset_n, rx_core_rst_n, and reconfig_reset simultaneously to reset the custom PCS, MAC, and reconfiguration blocks. Release the custom PCS (rx_pcs_fec_phy_reset_n) and reconfiguration reset (reconfig_reset) after 200 ns to ensure the blocks are properly reset.
- The IP then asserts the phy_rx_pcs_ready signal after the custom PCS reset is released, to indicate RX PHY is ready for transmission.
- The rx_core_rst_n signal deasserts after phy_rx_pcs_ready signal goes high.
- The IP starts the lane alignment process after the RX MAC reset is released and upon receiving ALIGN paired with START/END or END/START CWs.
- The RX deskew block asserts the rx_link_up signal once alignment for all lanes has complete.
- The IP then asserts the rx_link_up signal to the user logic to indicate that the RX link is ready to start data reception.
Figure 24. RX Reset and Initialization Timing Diagram