I have a local error in my rx_parallel data "0x0100009c". I set up an arria 10 transceiver with a reset controller and atx_pll for a 10GBase-R protocol so I can send 64 bits of data.
I set up a simple state machine that send idle until the system is ready, and then it starts transmitting data of a normal counter. But every x amount of bits I get a local fault error 0x0100009c inserted in my rx_parallel.
If you have any tips that would help me fixt this error I would appreciate it.
Sorry for the delay. As I understand it, you have some inquiries related to the rx_enh_data_valid de-assertion in your simulation. For your information, when the rx_enh_data_valid is de-asserted, it indicates that the RX parallel data is invalid and you should ignore/discard this data. Your downstream logic should accept RX parallel data with rx_enh_data_valid = 1.
Please let me know if there is any concern. Thank you.
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