You can use Tcl commands to interact with your hardware under test. The hardware is organized in a set of hierarchical first class Tcl objects (see the following table).
|hw_sio_ibert||Object referring to an IBERT core. Each IBERT object can have one or more hw_sio_gt, or hw_sio_common objects associated with it.|
|hw_sio_gt||Object referring to a single Xilinx Gigabit Transceiver (GT).|
|hw_sio_gtgroups||Object referring to a logical grouping of GTs, could be a Quad or an Octal.|
|hw_sio_common||Object referring to a COMMON block.|
|hw_sio_tx||Object referring to the transmitter side of a hw_sio_gt. Only the TX related ports, attributes, and logic properties flows to the hw_sio_tx.|
|hw_sio_rx||Object referring to the receiver side of a hw_sio_gt. Only the RX related ports, attributes, and logic properties flows to the hw_sio_rx.|
|hw_sio_pll||Object referring to a PLL in either an hw_sio_gt or an hw_sio_common object. Only the related ports, attributes, and logic properties flow to the hw_sio_pll.|
Object referring to a link, a TX-RX pair.
A link can also consist of a TX only or an RX only.
|hw_sio_linkgroup||Object referring to a group of links.|
|hw_sio_scan||Object referring to a margin analysis scan.|
For more information about the Hardware Manager commands, run the
help -category hardware Tcl command in the Tcl Console.