3.3.2. TX Datapath Options
|TX FGT PMA Parameters|
|Enable Gray coding||On/Off||
Enables Gray coding. Applicable to PAM4 encoding only. When Off, TX sends gray code set to 0xB4. When On, TX sends gray code set to 0x6C. Must be Off for normal operation, or when in internal or external loopback mode.Default value is Off.
|Enable precoding||On/Off||Enables pre-coding. Applicable to PAM4 encoding only. Default value is Off.|
|PRBS generator mode 25||disable, PRBS7, PRBS9, PRBS10, PRBS13, PRBS15, PRBS23, PRBS28, PRBS31, QPRBS13, PRBS13Q, PRBS31Q, SSPR, SSPR1, SSPRQ||Enables hard PRBS generator with the PRBS polynomial selection. Default value is disable.|
|Enable fgt_tx_beacon port||On/Off||Enables fgt_tx_beacon port for SATA.|
|Enable Spread Spectrum clocking||On/Off||Enables spread spectrum clocking for SATA and USB protocol compliance.|
|TX FGT PLL Parameters|
|Output frequency||N/A||Shows the calculated TX FGT PLL output frequency.|
|VCO frequency||N/A||Shows the calculated TX FGT PLL VCO output frequency.|
|Enable TX FGT PLL cascade mode||On/Off||
Enable cascade mode for Duplex link only. Default value is Off. Refer to FGT PMA Fractional Mode for more detail.
|Enable TX FGT PLL fractional mode||On/Off||
Enables TX FGT PLL’s fractional mode.
Default value is Off. Refer to FGT PMA Fractional Mode for more detail.
|TX FGT PLL integer mode reference clock frequency||25 to 380 MHz||Selects the reference clock frequency (MHz) for the TX FGT PLL. Range is:
|TX FGT PLL fractional mode reference clock frequency||25 to 380 MHz||Selects the reference clock frequency (MHz) in fractional mode for the TX FGT PLL. Range is:
|Enable Core PLL mode||On/Off||Enables and disables TX FGT PLL in core PLL mode to use as a clock source for the FPGA. Default value is Off. Refer to FGT Core PLL Mode for more details.|
|TX User Clock Parameters|
|Enable TX user clock 1||On/Off||Enables and disables TX user clock1. If the clock is not used, you can disable this to save power. Default value is On.|
|Enable TX user clock 2||On/Off||Enables and disables TX user clock2. If the clock is not used, you can disable it to save power. Default value is Off.|
|TX user clock div by||12- 139.5||Divider values for the TX PLL VCO output frequency. Values from 12 to 139.5 are acceptable in 0.5 increments. The same dividers are shared for both TX user clock 1 and 2. Default value is 100.|
|TX FHT PMA Parameters|
|Select FHT loopback mode||PARALLEL_LOOPBACK, SERIAL_EXT_LOOPBACK, SERIAL_ANA_LOOPBACK, REVERSE_PARALLEL_LOOPBACK, WRAP_LOOPBACK, DISABLED||Enables FHT loopback modes. Default is DISABLED.|
|Enable FHT TX P&N Invert||Disabled/Enabled||Enable this to invert TX P and N output. Default is Disabled.|
|Select FHT Lane PLL refclk source||REF_TO_GND, CDR_PLL_CLK, PLL_100_MHZ, PLL_156_MHZ||Selects the FHT Lane PLL refclk source.
|FHT user clk div33_34 select||
|Selects one of the four DIV clock output for the TX user clock. Refer to Clocking for more details on how to use this output.|
|Enable FHT PLL pre-divider||On/Off||Enables FHT PLL pre-divider. Default value is Off. If disabled, pre-divider value is 1 and if enabled pre-divider value is 2. In certain configurations, where disabling this sets the lane PLL to fractional mode, you must enable this to set the lane PLL in integer mode for better performance.|
|Enable FHT TX pre-encoder||On/Off||Enables FHT TX pre-encoder. Default value is Off. This setting must match the link partner's RX pre-encoder setting.|
|Enable FHT TX user clk1||On/Off||Enables the FHT TX user clk1. Default value is Off.|
|FHT TX user clk1 select|| DIV3334
|FHT TX user clk1 select, you can select DIV3334 (one of the four DIV clocks listed in user div33_34) or DIV40 clock. Default value is DIV3334. Refer to Clocking.|
|Enable FHT TX user clk2||On/Off||Enables FHT TX user clk2. Default value is Off.|
|FHT TX user clk2 select|| DIV3334
|FHT TX user clk2 select, you can select DIV3334 or DIV40 clock. Default value is DIV3334. Refer to Clocking.|
The PRBS31, QPRBS13, PRBS13Q, PRBS31Q, SSPR, SSPR1, and SSPRQ PRBS generator mode settings are not currently supported through the IP GUI, although present in the parameter editor. Do not select any of the unsupported PRBS generator mode settings. Specify these settings using registers.