9.6.4. Error Detection Process
When enabled, the user mode error detection process activates automatically when the FPGA enters user mode. The process continues to run until the device is reset even when an error is detected in the current frame.
The CRC_ERROR pin is always driven low during CRC calculation. When an error occurs, the EDCRC hard block takes 32 clock cycles to update the EMR, the pin is driven high once the EMR is updated. Therefore, you can start retrieving the contents of the EMR at the rising edge of the CRC_ERROR pin. The pin stays high until the current frame is read and then driven low again for 32 clock cycles. To ensure information integrity, complete the read operation within one frame of the CRC verification. The following diagram shows the timing of these events.
Retrieving Error Information
You can retrieve the error information via the core interface or the JTAG interface using the SHIFT_EDERROR_REG JTAG instruction.
Recovering from CRC Errors
The system that hosts the FPGA must control device reconfiguration. To recover from a CRC error, drive the nCONFIG signal low. The system waits for a safe time before reconfiguring the device. When reconfiguration completes successfully, the FPGA operates as intended.
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