Short Desc. : EP100: PowerPC Bus Slave
Overview :
The EP100 PowerPC bus slave device is a bus interface unit designed for the PowerPC host bus. It is designed to work on any 60x compliant bus architecture.
It has two user interfaces, one for interfacing with on-chip and off-chip user logic and register and the second interface is a direct interface to external asynchronous SRAM and synchronous BURST SRAM.
Features : - Fully supports PowerPCTM 60x bus protocol including PowerPC 603, 604, 740, 750 and MPC8260.
- Provide PowerPC bus device access to memory and devices on user interface.
- Direct support for standard asynchronous SRAM and synchronous BURST SRAM.
- Burst access support using conventional asynchronous SRAM.
- Additional back-end interface bus for on-chip and off-chip logic and register access.
- Back-end interface supports user device with various wait states.
- Burst access support including MPC8260 extended transfer size.
- Write buffer supports write posting for the back-end bus interface.
- Handles separate address bus and data bus tenure.
- Supports PowerPC address pipeline for improve performance.
- Supports address bus retry generated by other external device.
- Qualified address data bus grant through the use of bus busy signals.
- Designed for ASIC and programmable logic device implementations in various system environments.
- Fully static design with edge triggered flip-flops.
- Optimized for ispXPGA product family.
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Type : Soft
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