A.2. Signal direction

The signals described in the remaining sections can be implemented as inputs or outputs. Figure A.1 provides an example of the awid_<port_name> signal, and the awid_<port_name>_s or awid_<port_ name>_m signal described in Table A.3. The term <port_name> is a component part of the signal that is added by the system.

In a full NIC-400 system, the signal naming convention takes the name of the signal and the component part only, whilst if there is only a bridge connected to a single component, then the s and m extensions are added to the signal.

Figure A.1. Signal direction

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For this reason the signal tables mostly reflect:

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