||String with A–Z, 0–9, and _ (underscore)
||Name of instantiated component.
||Number of ILA probe ports.
||Storage target for the data captured. 0 corresponds to block RAM and 1
corresponds to UltraRAM.
||1,024, 2,048, 4,096, 8,192, 16,384, 32,768, 65,536,
||Probe storage buffer depth. This number represents the maximum
number of samples that can be stored at run time for each probe input.
||Width of probe port <n>. Where <n> is the probe
port having a value from 0 to 1,023.
||Enables the trig out functionality. Ports trig_out and
trig_out_ack are used.
||Enables the trig in functionality. Ports trig_in and
trig_in_ack are used.
||Add extra flops to the probe ports. One parameter applies to
all of the probe ports.
||This forces the same compare value units (match units) to all
of the probes.
||Number of Compare Value (Match) units per probe. This is valid
only if ALL_PROBE_SAME_MU is FALSE.
||DATA and TRIGGER, TRIGGER, DATA
||DATA and TRIGGER
|| To choose a selected probe for specifying trigger condition or
for data storage purpose or for both.
||Enables the advance trigger option. This enables trigger state
machine and you can write your own trigger sequence in Vivado Logic
||Number of Interface Slots.
- The maximum number of compare value (match) units
is limited to 1,024. For the basic trigger (C_ADV_TRIGGER = FALSE), each probe
has one compare value unit (as in the earlier version). But for the advance
trigger option (C_ADV_TRIGGER = TRUE), this means the individual probes can
still have possible selection of number of compare values units from one to
four. But all compare value units should not exceed more than 1,024. This means,
if you need four compare units per probe then you are allowed to use only 256