3.4.1 ROMENTRY0, Class 0x9 ROM Table entry

This entry is used to point to the ROM table of the target system.

The ROMENTRY0 characteristics are:

Usage constraints
This entry shows the base address of the ROM table of the target system, relative to the base address of this ROM table. It is defined by a configuration parameter. Bits [1:0] are updated according to the authentication status.
Available in the Integrated Cortex-M DAP variant.
32-bit read-only.

The following figure shows the bit assignments.

Figure 3-5 ROMENTRY0 bit assignments
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The following table shows the bit assignments.

Table 3-5 ROMENTRY0 bit assignments

Bits Name Function
[31:12] OFFSET


Defined by the parameter ROM_ENTRY0. These are the upper bits of the relative address of the ROM table of the target system.

[11:3] - res0.
0No standard power control.
[1:0] PRESENT Indicates whether an entry is present at this location in the ROM Table. This field can have one of the following values:

The ROM entry is not present, and this ROMENTRY<n> is not the final entry in a ROM Table with fewer than the maximum number of entries. This value is set when all debug is disabled on the authentication interface.


The ROM Entry is present. This value is set when any debug is allowed on the authentication interface.

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