8.4. Event asynchronous bridge

The event asynchronous bridge enables an event signal to cross a clock domain boundary. In most cases, the synchronizing logic in the CTI can be used instead, but the event asynchronous bridge can be useful when the clock domain boundary does not align with the position of the CTI, or if connecting a trigger input or output to a component in a different clock domain that does not implement an acknowledge signal for that event.

You can use four event asynchronous bridges to create a bridge for a channel interface if required.

There is no event synchronous bridge. You can use the event asynchronous bridge instead.

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