2.5.3. Event asynchronous bridge

The event asynchronous bridge is a fixed component that synchronizes events on a single channel from the slave domain to the master domain. The event acknowledge from the master domain is synchronized and presented to the slave domain.

If the event is a pulse, the bridge internally stretches the event until it receives an acknowledge from the master domain. In this mode of operation, additional events from the slave domain are ignored until the acknowledge is received at the slave domain.

Figure 2.27 shows the external connections on the event asynchronous bridge.

Figure 2.27. Event asynchronous bridge block diagram

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