Hi,I am trying to getting data from Marvell 88E1111 PHY of Arria II GX FPGA Development Board, but I can't capture anything on SignalTap. Anybody could help me? I linked the data that come from Marvell 88E1111 PHY to Arria II GX using following FPGA pins: RGMII receive data ENET_RX_D E21 RGMII receive data ENET_RX_D E24 RGMII receive data ENET_RX_D E22 RGMII receive data ENET_RX_D F24 The project is clocked using 125MHz internal clock. (I am using PLL M=1 D=1). Just for test, these data is being registred and output to following pins: USR_LED0 G1 USR_LED1 J4 USR_LED2 J5 USR_LED3 R5 The code is library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.ALL; use IEEE.std_logic_unsigned.all; USE IEEE.STD_LOGIC_ARITH.ALL; entity gige is port ( i_Clk : in std_logic; i_Clk_Eth : in std_logic; i_Rst : in std_logic;--// Active in High i_RX_Data : in std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); i_RX_DV : in std_logic; o_Data : out std_logic_vector(3 downto 0); o_RstEth : out std_logic ); end gige; architecture Behavioral of gige is component pll PORT ( areset : IN STD_LOGIC := '0'; inclk0 : IN STD_LOGIC := '0'; c0 : OUT STD_LOGIC ; locked : OUT STD_LOGIC ); end component; signal s_clk_125 : std_logic; signal s_RstPLL : std_logic; begin Inst_pll : pll port map ( inclk0 => i_Clk, areset => s_RstPLL, c0 => s_clk_125, --c1 => s_clk_62_5, locked => open--s_locked ); s_RstPLL <= not(i_Rst); process(s_clk_125, i_Rst) begin if (i_Rst = '0') then o_RstEth <= '0'; o_Data <= (others => '0'); elsif rising_edge(s_clk_125) then o_RstEth <= i_Rst; o_Data <= i_RX_Data; end if; end process; end Behavioral;
im also using arria2gx board ,we cant tap the signals coming from phyand we can tap all the signals other that we can tap signals going to rxcontrol so that we can check what and all data we received is correct we can tap the signals coming out of IDDR. we are also stucking at a same phase for us data out of phy is not coming we are not using TSE mac Core we have a core by that reception is done where as tx is not going if u came to know kindly mail to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I think you cannot monitor at the pin side of TSE but should be able to see the other side.I think we usually connect SG-DMA to TSE, so you just need to see the SG-DMA side. Unless you have packet drop at TSE, you should be able to see the data.