64-Bit PCI Master/Target Interface

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Solution Type: IP Core

End Market: Automotive, Broadcast, Computer & Storage, Consumer, Industrial, Medical, Military, Test & Measurement, Wireless, Wireline

Evaluation Method: OpenCore Plus

Technology: Interface Protocols: PCI

Arria Series: Intel® Arria® 10, Arria® V, Intel® Arria® 10 SoC, Arria® V SoC

Cyclone Series: Cyclone® IV, Cyclone® V, Cyclone® V SoC

MAX Series: Intel® MAX® 10, MAX® V

Stratix Series: Stratix® IV, Stratix® V

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Overview

The 64-bit PCI master/target megafunction interfaces bus mastering devices, such as direct-memory access (DMA) controllers or video coprocessors, to the PCI bus. It processes all data requests from the bus mastering device and translates them into PCI bus requests. This megafunction is designed for a 64-bit PCI bus system, which doubles the data bandwidth of a 32-bit PCI system. It supports zero-wait state burst transfers and a very long burst length. The megafunction supports up to a 266 Mbytes per second data transfer rate, and both 64-bit and 32-bit data transfers. The 64-bit PCI master/target megafunction contains the functions of a bus master and a bus target. The device data and status can be accessed as a PCI master or target. All compliant configuration registers are included in the megafunction and all configuration accesses are processed automatically. This megafunction is available in Intel® Hardware Description Language, Verilog HDL, VHDL, and netlist format.

Features

  • Maps PCI address space to ISA address space through a base address register
  • Fully compliant with peripheral component interconnect (PCI) special interest group (SIG) PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2
  • 64-bit PCI bus
  • Zero-wait state burst data transfer
  • Includes both bus master and bus target functions

Device Utilization and Performance

2325 LE

Getting Started

N/A

IP Quality Metrics

Basic
Year IP was first released2016
Latest version of Quartus supported15.1
Altera Customer Use
IP has been successfully implemented in production with at least one customerY
Deliverables

Customer deliverables include the following:

  • Design file (encrypted source code or post-synthesis netlist)
  • Simulation model for ModelSim Altera edition
  • Timing and/or layout constraints
  • Testbench or design example
  • Documentation with revision control
  • Readme file
Y
Parameterization GUI allowing end user to configure IPN
IP core is enabled for OpenCore Plus SupportY
Source language
Verilog; VHDL
Testbench languageVHDL
Software drivers providedN
Driver OS supportAll PCI compatible
Implementation
User InterfaceAXI; Avalon-MM; Other: Generic/Wishbone/PLB
IP-XACT Metadata includedN
Verification
Simulators supportedVerilog/VHDL
Hardware validated N. Altera Board Name NULL
Industry standard compliance testing performed
Y
If yes, which test(s)?PCI Compliance
If yes, on which Altera device(s)?Flex10K
If Yes, date performed
01/01/1997
Interoperability
IP has undergone interoperability testing
Y
Interoperability reports available  Y

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