13.9.3. Default Traffic Pattern
If you select the Enable default traffic pattern parameter, the following three traffic stages run when the traffic generator comes out of the reset state:
|Single RW stage||The traffic generator sends a single write instruction, followed by a single read instruction, and compares the results. This loop of a single write followed by a single read is issued three times.|
|Block RW stage||The traffic generator sends a block of write instructions followed by the same number of read instructions—this sequence is called a loop. The number of loops performed, as well as the number of writes and reads performed within each loop, is determined by the value that you choose for the TG2 test duration parameter.
The traffic generator executes this stage once for each of the three address modes (Sequential, Random, and Random-Sequential).
To run the default traffic pattern, the traffic generator uses the same infrastructure as the user-configured traffic stage; that is, for each part of the default traffic pattern, the traffic generator sets the configuration registers to pre-set default values. The registers used to configure this traffic pattern are described in more detail in the User-Configured Traffic Pattern topic.
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