AMBA 3 AXI SPECIFICATION PDF

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While these implementations successfully achieve the performance goal they fall short in addressing the requirements of smaller area, lower power and reduced routing congestion.

By eliminating redundant logic and wires designers are able to realize lower area, power and reduced routing congestion. Automated configuration and assembly with Synopsys' coreAssembler tool enables the IP to be rapidly deployed into the design environment. Up till now the standard AMBA 3 AXI interconnect fabric implementation only targets the high performance SoC requirement by offering a multiple address, multiple data architecture which supports parallel traffic from independent masters and slaves.

On a per port basis you have independent write and read, data and response channels resulting in this type of architecture being able to support even the most demanding system bus bandwidths requirements.

While many component connections within a high performance SoC will require such a high bandwidth, there are also masters and slave connections which do not. For these system elements, a full multiple address multiple data architecture introduces a considerable amount of redundant logic which wastes die area, power and adds complexity to routing.

The new Hybrid feature of the DesignWare Interconnect Fabric for AMBA 3 AXI provides designers with a configurable, optimized architecture enabling redundancy to be eliminated, bringing about savings in area, power and routing congestion. The Hybrid architecture features allows low performance master slave links to be combined into single shared channels, eliminating the logic and wires associated with having dedicated channels for low performance masters and slaves.

Within a single instance high performance masters and slaves can have dedicated high performance channels and combined shared channels for the low performance links. The Verification IP monitor also facilitates protocol coverage collection and provides statistics on bandwidth and latencies on a per channel basis.

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While these implementations successfully achieve the performance goal they fall short in addressing the requirements of smaller area, lower power and reduced routing congestion. By eliminating redundant logic and wires designers are able to realize lower area, power and reduced routing congestion. Automated configuration and assembly with Synopsys' coreAssembler tool enables the IP to be rapidly deployed into the design environment. Up till now the standard AMBA 3 AXI interconnect fabric implementation only targets the high performance SoC requirement by offering a multiple address, multiple data architecture which supports parallel traffic from independent masters and slaves. On a per port basis you have independent write and read, data and response channels resulting in this type of architecture being able to support even the most demanding system bus bandwidths requirements. While many component connections within a high performance SoC will require such a high bandwidth, there are also masters and slave connections which do not.

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AMBA AXI specifies many optional signals , which can be optionally included depending on the specific requirements of the design, [2] making AXI a versatile bus for numerous applications. While the communication over an AXI bus is between a single master and a single slave, the specification includes detailed description and signals to include N:M interconnects, able to extend the bus to topologies with more masters and slaves. Thread IDs allow a single master port to support multiple threads, where each thread has in-order access to the AXI address space, however each thread ID initiated from a single master port may complete out of order with respect to each other. For instance in the case where one thread ID is blocked by a slow peripheral, another thread ID may continue Independent of the order of the first thread ID.

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