Hi, I just wondering if there is a bridge<AXI data(64bit) to AHB data(32bit)>.
I know there is an IP(AHB LITE to AXI) in Xilinx. But it just support ONLY the 64bit to 64bit or 32bit to 32bit.
Are you asking about Xilinx IP (in which case you should probably ask on a Xilinx forum), or are you asking about Arm IP ?
If Arm IP, yes, you can use Arm's NIC-400 AXI interconnect product to generate a large number of bridge configurations, supporting any combinations of clock domain crossings, data width conversions, and protocol conversions.
So generating an AXI (AXI3 or AXI4) to AMBA 3 AHB-lite bridge that also downsizes from 64-bits to 32-bits with NIC-400 is definitely supported.
Hi, First of all thank you for your guidance.
But I am confused whether the Bridge is included in NIC-400 Network or not.
Actually I heard the NIC-400 Network first time in forever.
Anyway thank you for your help.
The NIC-400 is designed to be a multi-source, multi-destination configurable AXI interconnect.
But in its simplest form it is a single source to single destination component, not then requiring any address decoding and routing logic, and so is a configurable bridge.
So the bridge isn't included in the NIC-400 network, it IS the NIC-400 interconnect (in its simplest form).
You can also specify an AXI interconnect, with external interfaces that can be AXI3, AXI4, AHB-lite or APB protocol, and these "bridge" functions will then be implemented before or after the central AXI structure as part of the NIC-400 interconnect to give the required external interface protocols, data widths and clock domains.