The controller resets are summarized in the following table.
|Block||Reset Name||Register Control|
|LPD I/O Peripherals|
|GPIO controller||LPD_GPIO_RESET||CRL CRL.RST_GPIO [RESET]|
|I2C 0 controller||LPD_I2C0_RESET||CRL CRL.RST_ I2C [RESET]|
|I2C 1 controller||LPD_I2C1_RESET||CRL CRL.RST_ I2C [RESET]|
|USB 2.0 PHY Reset Control|
|USB 2.0 controller||USB2_RESET||CRP CRP.RST_USB [PHY_RST]||
This resets the PHY in the PMC power domain.
The global LPD resets are included in the PS resets. The application software can request resets to the LPD blocks using the PSM Global Registers. The PSM firmware can control interconnect traffic to halt new transactions and allow any active traffic to finish if possible. If traffic stalls, this can be detected by the transaction timeout feature on each interconnect egress port.
RPU MPCore Resets
There are several reset controls resets within the RPU MPCore. For example, cores can individually be reset.