Jump to content

ZEESHAN KHATIB

Members
  • Content Count

    9
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About ZEESHAN KHATIB

  • Rank
    Member

Recent Profile Visitors

96 profile views
  1. ZEESHAN KHATIB

    BUSWIDTH

    Thanks you 🙂
  2. ZEESHAN KHATIB

    BUSWIDTH

    Hi, I searched in LRM but didn't get any info, What is the significance of BUS_WIDTH in tlm::tlm_initiator_socket<BUS_WIDTH> ? , how BUS_WIDTH value can make any difference ?
  3. Hi, above image is taken from LRM from section 11.1.2.10, During read command 1.is it 10ns in return path is for the target to perform read from target memory to data_pointer of initiator present in target as a part of generic payload member? if not than when is the actual read happens ? 2.what is target doing from 110ns to 150ns ? 3.how do i interpret 5ns present in return of BEGIN_RESP Please help . 
  4. ZEESHAN KHATIB

    Phases of AT type model in a system ?

    Okay, for more clearity ,above image is taken from LRM from section 11.1.2.10, 1. during read command,is it 10ns in return path is for the target to perform read from target memory to data_pointer of initiator present in target as a part of generic payload member? if not than when is the actual read happens ? 2.what is target doing from 110ns to 150ns ? 3.how do i interpret 5ns present in return of BEGIN_RESP Please help .
  5. Hi, I am learning systemc/TLM2.0, I have a confusions in using the phases, When it comes to AT modeling, BEGIN_REQ and END_REQ are used to write data from initiator to target and BEGIN_RESP and END_RESP are use to read from traget to initiator OR we should split the write to target in 4 different phases and read from target in 4 different phases? I am aware of return path and early completion , i just want to have clearity on usage of request and response phases,
  6. I tried to read from LRM couldn't understand and tried to goggled didn't get, Can anyone please explain Byte enable pointer attribute and Byte enable length attribute of generic payload ?
×