3.4.2. Single address comparators (SACs)

For a single address comparator, the address comparison is successful if:

   (CompAddrSTART) AND (CompAddrEND)

See Terms used to describe address comparator behavior for descriptions of the terms used in this definition.

The SAC matches only if the address comparison is successful and the conditions defined in the corresponding Address Comparator Access Type Register are met.

The PTM holds the result of a successful SAC match only for one cycle, that corresponds to the current waypoint. The PTM event resource corresponding to the SAC is TRUE for this one cycle only.

At each waypoint, the PTM always tests each Address Comparator Value Register as a SAC. To avoid unexpected trace output, you must make sure you use only the SACs that you have programmed.

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