The low level details of the Waveform and transition registers are usually not availale for customers. It is not recommended to play around with those registers directly, without using the Gpif State Machine tool.
We recommend you to have fixed set of state machines and switch from one to another whenever required.
Can you please let me know why you do not prefer having fixed set of state machine configurations? I will see if I could suggest you any other solution as per your application.
- Madhu Sudhan
Thanks for the answer.
I need to be able to program the GPIF waveform dynamically because I can sample the GPIF port at different speeds depending on the host application settings.
I was doing this easily with the FX2LP so I really wan't to do it with the FX3 to have the benfit of the 32bit and USB3.