Three New Reference Designs and Docs for using PCIe with Kintex UltraScale FPGAs

2015年3月31日 | By News | Filed in: News.

Source: http://forums.xilinx.com/t5/Xcell-Daily-Blog/Three-New-Reference-Designs-and-Docs-for-using-PCIe-with-Kintex/ba-p/581458

PCIe is a standard system interconnect, thanks in no small part to the interface’s huge success in the PC market. Xilinx has just introduced three new PCIe-based reference designs and documents that help you use the PCIe interface in your Kintex UltraScale FPGA designs:

UG918 KCU105 PCI Express Control Plane TRD User Guide: The PCI Express Control Plane TRD targets the Kintex UltraScale XCKU040-2FFVA1156E FPGA running on the KCU105 evaluation board. It demonstrates a control plane application using a PCI Express Endpoint block in a x1 Gen1 configuration. Simple base address register (BAR)-mapped read and write transactions are demonstrated using a kernel mode software driver controlled by the Control & Monitoring graphical user interface (GUI).

UG919 KCU105 PCI Express Memory-Mapped Data Plane TRD User Guide: The PCIe memory mapped data plane TRD targets the Kintex UltraScale XCKU040-2FFVA1156E FPGA running on the KCU105 evaluation board. It demonstrates an AXI memory mapped data plane application using a PCI Express (PCIe) Endpoint block in x8 Gen3 configuration through the use of high performance Expresso DMA from Northwest Logic. The AXI Bridge from Northwest Logic is used to demonstrate PCIe to AXI conversion of transactions. The downstream slaves include a power monitor module, user space registers, and an AXI performance monitor.

UG920 KCU105 PCI Express Streaming Data Plane TRD User Guide: The PCI Express Streaming Data Plane TRD targets the Kintex UltraScale XCKU040-2FFVA1156E FPGA running on the KCU105 evaluation board. It demonstrates an AXI streaming data plane application using a PCI Express Endpoint block in a x8 Gen2 configuration through use of the high performance Expresso DMA from Northwest Logic. Design option control is provided through the Control & Monitoring graphical user interface (GUI). The AXI Bridge from Northwest Logic is used to demonstrate PCIe-to-AXI conversion of transactions and vice versa.


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