3.13.3. Supported Trigger Modes register

The Supported_trigger_modes register characteristics are:

Purpose

Indicates the implemented trigger counter multipliers and other supported features of the trigger system.

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 3.109 shows the bit assignments.

Figure 3.109. Supported_trigger_modes register bit assignments

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Table 3.117 shows the bit assignments.

Table 3.117. Supported_trigger_modes register bit assignments

BitsNameFunction
[31:18]Reserved

-

[17]TrgRun

A trigger has occurred but the counter is not at 0.

0

Either a trigger has not occurred or the counter is at 0.

1

A trigger has occurred but the counter is not at 0.

[16]TRIGGERED

A trigger has occurred and the counter has reached 0.

0

Trigger has not occurred.

1

Trigger has occurred.

[15:9]Reserved

-

[8]TCOUNT8

Indicates whether an 8-bit wide counter register is implemented.

1

8-bit wide counter register is implemented.

[7:5]Reserved

-

[4]MULT64K

Indicates whether multiplying the trigger counter by 65536 is supported.

1

Multiplying the trigger counter by 65536 supported.

[3]MULT256

Indicates whether multiplying the trigger counter by 256 is supported.

1

Multiplying the trigger counter by 256 supported.

[2]MULT16

Indicates whether multiplying the trigger counter by 16 is supported.

1

Multiplying the trigger counter by 16 supported.

[1]MULT4

Indicates whether multiplying the trigger counter by 4 is supported.

1

Multiplying the trigger counter by 4 supported.

[0]MULT2

Indicates whether multiplying the trigger counter by 2 is supported.

1

Multiplying the trigger counter by 2 supported.


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