AHB CPU Wrappers Technical Reference Manual


Table of Contents

Preface
About this document
Intended audience
Using this manual
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback
Feedback on the AHB CPU wrappers
Feedback on this document
1. Introduction
1.1. Delivery overview
1.2. CPU bus access wait states
1.2.1. Timing and critical paths
1.3. Use of ETM and coprocessor interfaces
2. ARM720T AHB Wrapper
2.1. About the ARM720T AHB wrapper
2.2. Signal interface
2.3. Description of the ARM720T wrapper blocks
2.3.1. A720T
2.3.2. A7x0TWrap
2.3.3. A7x0TWrapMaster
2.3.4. A7x0TWrapTest
2.4. Non-standard design practices
2.4.1. Clock gating
2.4.2. Transparent latches
2.4.3. Tristate drivers
2.5. Programmer’s model exceptions
3. ARM7TDMI AHB Wrapper
3.1. About the ARM7TDMI AHB wrapper
3.2. Signal interface
3.2.1. A7TWrap signals
3.2.2. A7SWrap signals
3.3. Description of the ARM7TDMI wrapper blocks
3.3.1. A7TDMI
3.3.2. A7TWrap
3.3.3. A7SAHB
3.3.4. A7SWrap
3.3.5. A7WrapSM
3.3.6. A7WrapMaster
3.3.7. A7TWrapTest
3.3.8. A7TWrapCtrl
3.4. Non-standard design practices
3.4.1. Clock gating
3.4.2. Transparent latches
4. ARM920T AHB Wrapper
4.1. About the ARM920T AHB wrapper
4.2. Signal interface
4.3. Description of the ARM920T wrapper blocks
4.3.1. A920T
4.3.2. A920TWrap
4.3.3. A920TWrapSM
4.3.4. A920TWrapMaster
4.3.5. A920TWrapSlave
4.4. Non-standard design practices
4.4.1. Clock gating
4.4.2. Transparent latches
4.5. Programmer’s model exceptions
5. ARM940T AHB Wrapper
5.1. About the ARM940T AHB wrapper
5.2. Signal interface
5.3. Description of the ARM940T wrapper blocks
5.3.1. A940T
5.3.2. A940TWrap
5.3.3. A940TWrapSM
5.3.4. A940TWrapMast
5.3.5. A940TWrapTest
5.4. Non-standard design practices
5.4.1. Clock gating
5.4.2. Transparent latches
5.4.3. Tristate drivers

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Revision History
Revision A18 April 2001First release.
Revision B18 May 2001Second release. New Chapter 1 added.
Revision C23 June 2003Third release. Changes to Chapter 1.
Revision D14 August 2003Corrected product number in Chapter 1.
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