2.5.2 Incremental burst example

This section describes an incremental write burst of four transfers.

The figure shows an incremental write burst of four transfers, in which each row represents a transfer.

Figure 2-2 Incremental write burst of four transfers
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Note:

The data organization is the same whether this burst happens on 32-bit or on 64-bit buses.

The attributes of the TLM 2.0 GP are as follows:

m_command = TLM_WRITE_COMMAND;
m_address = 0x0;
m_data_length = 16;
m_streaming_width = 16;

The attributes of the AMBA-PV extension are as follows:

m_burst = AMBA_PV_INCR;
m_length = 4;
m_size = 4;
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