Example 1: User-Defined Pattern with Write and Read Command (WRITE, READ) - 1.0 English

AXI High Bandwidth Memory Controller v1.0 LogiCORE IP Product Guide (PG276)

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The following example describes a simple pattern, 100 writes followed by 100 reads with data integrity checks enabled. The first row specifies a WRITE command to be repeated 100 times. The AXI transactions are sent to one after the other with zero delay between them. The first AXI transaction is sent to address 0. The AXI address of consecutive transactions is incremented by 'h40. Therefore, the final transaction is sent to address (100 × 'd64 =' d6400). After sending the Write commands, the TG waits for all the Write responses to arrive at the AXI-TG and the DISPLAY command prints out this information on the console.

Next, a READ command is issued to the AXI-TG. Similar to the WRITE command, 100 Read AXI transactions are issued by the AXI-TG. The AXI address is incremented by 'd64 for each consecutive AXI transaction. Because the data-integrity checks are enabled, the Read data is compared against the sent Write data. In the case of any mismatches, the tg_mismatch_error output signal of AXI_TG is triggered. After all the Read commands are issued, the TG waits for all the Read data to arrive at the AXI-TG and the DISPLAY command prints out the information on the console. When all the commands in the CSV file are completed, axi_tg_done signal is triggered by the AXI-TG.

Writes Followed by Reads with Data-Integrity Checks Enabled