P-tile Avalon® Memory-mapped Intel® FPGA IP for PCI Express* Design Example User Guide

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Date 3/28/2022
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2.1. Block Descriptions

The DMA design example for the P-Tile Avalon-MM IP for PCIe includes the following components:
  • DUT: The P-Tile Avalon-MM IP for PCIe Endpoint.
  • MEM0: An on-chip dual-port memory that connects to the Read Data Mover and Write Data Mover interfaces of the DUT.
  • DMA_CONTROLLER: A DMA Controller that interfaces with the normal and priority descriptor queues of the DUT's Read Data Mover and Write Data Mover.
  • BAR_INTERPRETER: A BAR Interpreter that combines the address and BAR number to form a wider address that Platform Designer can use to route memory transactions to the various slaves. The BAR Interpreter connects the Bursting Master of the DUT to the dual-port memory.
  • Reset Release IP: This IP holds the control circuit in reset until the device has fully entered user mode. The FPGA asserts the INIT_DONE output to signal that the device is in user mode. The Reset Release IP generates an inverted version of the internal INIT_DONE signal to create the nINIT_DONE output that you can use for your design.
    The nINIT_DONE signal is high until the entire device enters user mode. After nINIT_DONE asserts (low), all logic is in user mode and operates normally. You can use the nINIT_DONE signal in one of the following ways:
    • To gate an external or internal reset.
    • To gate the reset input to the transceiver and I/O PLLs.
    • To gate the write enable of design blocks such as embedded memory blocks, state machine, and shift registers.
    • To synchronously drive register reset input ports in your design.
Figure 2.  Platform Designer View of the x16 Endpoint DMA Design Example for the P-Tile Avalon-MM IP for PCIe
Figure 3.  Platform Designer View of the x8 Endpoint DMA Design Example for the P-Tile Avalon-MM IP for PCIe
Note: Only Port 0 is used in the x8 design example.
Note: For hardware testing purpose, plug the x8 design example into a x8 slot.
Table 3.  System Address Map
Slave BAR_INTERPRETER.bri_master dut.p0_wrdm_master dut.p0_rddm_master dut.p0_bam_master
BAR_INTERPRETER.bri_slave       0x0000_0000_0000_0000 - 0x0000_0000_0000_ffff
DMA_CONTROLLER.dma_slave 0x0000_0000 - 0x0000_0fff   0x0000_0000_0000_0000 - 0x0000_0000_0000_0fff  
MEM0.s1 0x0002_0000 - 0x0002_7fff 0x0000_0000_0001_0000 - 0x0000_0000_0001_7fff    
MEM0.s2 0x0002_8000 - 0x0002_ffff   0x0000_0000_0001_0000 - 0x0000_0000_0001_7fff  

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