3.13.5. Trigger Multiplier register

The Trigger_multiplier register characteristics are:

Purpose

Contains the selectors for the trigger counter multiplier. Several multipliers can be selected to create the required multiplier value, that is, any value between one and approximately 2x10^9. The default value is 0x0, which means that the multiplier value is one. Writing to this register causes the internal trigger counter and the state in the multipliers to be reset to the initial count position, that is, the trigger counter is reloaded with the Trigger Counter register value and all multipliers are reset.

Usage constraints

There are no usage constraints.

Configurations

This register is available in all configurations.

Attributes

See the register summary in Table 3.114.

Figure 3.111 shows the Trigger_multiplier register bit assignments.

Figure 3.111. Trigger_multiplier register bit assignments

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Table 3.119 shows the Trigger_multiplier register bit assignments.

Table 3.119. Trigger_multiplier register bit assignments

BitsNameFunction
[31:5]Reserved

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[4]MULT64K

Multiply the Trigger Counter by 65536 (2^16).

0

Multiplier disabled.

1

Multiplier enabled.

[3]MULT256

Multiply the Trigger Counter by 256 (2^8).

0

Multiplier disabled.

1

Multiplier enabled.

[2]MULT16

Multiply the Trigger Counter by 16 (2^4).

0

Multiplier disabled.

1

Multiplier enabled.

[1]MULT4

Multiply the Trigger Counter by 4 (2^2).

0

Multiplier disabled.

1

Multiplier enabled.

[0]MULT2

Multiply the Trigger Counter by 2 (2^1).

0

Multiplier disabled.

1

Multiplier enabled.


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