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USB Superspeed Peripherals

Anonymous
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I'm working on an application to interface a NAND flash through GPIF. I've made several state machines (using GPIF designer) to model all needed cycles (Command phase, address phase, data-in and data-out phase). To create an access, i switch between these states.
All data i need to put on data bus go through a DMA channel (socket). I've created both, one for outgoing data, another for incoming.

Typically, for outgoing data, i just call the GetBuffer, fill the received buffer and Commit it. For incoming data, i call the GetBuffer, process the data and discard the buffer

All wok fine except:
- For incoming, the GetBuffer function returns me sometime a buffer with a count of 0 which i need to discard to avoid to stuck my state machine (waiting for a DMA_RDY_TH1 condition). I use a retry as workaround.
- for outgoing transfer, the commit operation take a lot of time ... 2.5MS to xfer 8192 bytes !!!!. Idem for the incoming data.

   

Anyone already have this problem of latency through GPIF ?

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Anonymous
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 Nobody use GPIF ??

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Anonymous
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have  no opportunity to  use GPIF

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Anonymous
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commit operation just takes few tens of us. I think something else should be taking that time.

   

Regards,

   

sai krishna,

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