XVC-over-PCIe Enabled FPGA Design - 3.0 English

AXI Bridge for PCI Express Gen3 Subsystem Product Guide (PG194)

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Traditionally AMD Vivado™ debug is performed over JTAG. By default, Vivado tool automation connects the AMD debug cores to the JTAG BSCAN resource within the FPGA to perform debug. In order to perform XVC-over-PCIe debug, this information must be transmitted over the PCIe link rather than over the JTAG cable interface. The AMD Debug Bridge IP allows you to connect the debug network to PCIe through either the PCIe extended configuration interface (PCIe-XVC-VSEC) or through a PCIe BAR via an AXI4-Lite Memory Mapped interface (AXI-XVC).

The Debug Bridge IP, when configured for From PCIe to BSCAN or From AXI to BSCAN, provides a connection point for the AMD debug network from either the PCIe Extended Capability or AXI4-Lite interfaces respectively. Vivado tool automation connects this instance of the Debug Bridge to the AMD debug cores found in the design rather than connecting them to the JTAG BSCAN interface. There are design trade-offs to connecting the debug bridge to the PCIe Extended Configuration Space or AXI4-Lite. The following sections describe the implementation considerations and register map for both implementations.