The Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC provides a controller for the integrated block for PCI™ Express v2.1 compliant, AXI-PCIe Bridge, and DMA modules. The AXI-PCIe Bridge provides high-performance bridging between PCIe and AXI.
The following flow diagrams illustrate an example for configuring PCIe root complex for a data transfer.
After the memory space for PCIe bridge and ECAM is mapped, ECAM is enabled for ECAM translations. You then acquire the bus range to set up the bus numbers, and write the primary, secondary, and subordinate bus numbers. The interrupt system must be set up by enabling all the miscellaneous and legacy interrupts. You can parse the ranges property of a PCI host bridge device node, and setup the resource mapping based on its content.
To create a root bus, allocate the PCIe root bus and add initial resources to the bus. If the MSI bit is set, you must enable the message signaling interrupt (MSI). After configuring the MSI interrupts, scan the PCIe slot and enumerate the entire PCIe bus and allocate bus resources to scanned buses. Now, you can add PCIe devices to the system.
For more information on PCI Express, see this link to the “DMA Controller” section and this link to “Controller for PCI Express” in the Zynq UltraScale+ Device Technical Reference Manual (UG1085).