External Memory Interface Handbook Volume 3: Reference Material

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Date 7/24/2019
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12.3.3.2. Address and Burst Length Generation

The traffic generator block can perform sequential or random addressing.

Sequential Addressing

The sequential addressing substate defines a traffic pattern where addresses are chosen in sequential order starting from a user definable address. The number of operations in this substate is parameterizable.

Random Addressing

The random addressing substate defines a traffic pattern where addresses are chosen randomly over a parameterizable range. The number of operations in this substate is parameterizable.

Sequential and Random Interleaved Addressing

The sequential and random interleaved addressing substate defines a traffic pattern where addresses are chosen to be either sequential or random based on a parameterizable ratio. The acceptable address range is parameterizable as is the number of operations to perform in this substate.

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