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netlogic cam memory

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Abstract: Addressable Memory in ATM applications". Switch Data = "ATM cell address" CAM 1024 locations RAM , . www.xilinx.com 1-800-255-7778 3 R Content Addressable Memory The following CAM configurations are , Content Addressable Memory This section examines differences between the CAM implementation in Xilinx , Content Addressable Memory Figure 10 illustrates how superior CAM performance levels are achieved with , memory remaining that can be used for other functions. In 16 x 8 and 64 x 8 CAM configurations, XCV100E Xilinx
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VTT001 netlogic CAM NetLogic ternary content addressable memory ternary netlogic XAPP201 XAPP202 XAPP203 XAPP204 XAPP242
Abstract: Register Global Mask Registers 0, 1, 2 & 3 64 Memory Configuration Register 64 4K x 64 CAM , the memory at the HPM address. The following describes the RBUS format: The CAM index of HPM or the , RBUS0 will reflect 32-bits of the HPM word in the memory. When SR1 format is selected, the CAM index , b37 b36 b35 b34 b33 b32 b31 CAM Address Device ID RSV MF MMF FF S E Memory Data 0 0 0 , (SR1) after Hardware or Software Reset b63 b52 b51 b48 b47 CAM Address Device ID Memory Data 0 Netlogic Microsystems
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NL84620
Abstract: presented to the CAM and compared with the contents of the memory. The CAM then searches the entire , the location where the data resides in the CAM memory. The NL8X480A's 64-bit wide CAM array can be , validity bits of the location in memory, after a Read or a Move operation. Every word in the CAM array , Content Addressable Memory ( NCAM ) CAM Status After Hardware Reset or Power On Reset 1480 64 bits , NL81480A NL82480A 1K X 64 2K X 64 Content Addressable Memory ( NCAM ) Features · · · Netlogic Microsystems
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Content Addressable Memory 01AEH Priority Encoder CAM 0127H NetLogic Microsystems I/O15 I/O15-0 44-PIN
Abstract: will allow data to be written into the CAM at the next free address (NFA) using the "Write to memory , High-Z High-Z High High High Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words. Table 3e: CBUS , memory masked by Global Mask Register, no change to VBIT. Read memory (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word , following operations will update the NFAR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set , . The NFAR will not be updated for the following: 1. 2. Write to memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no Netlogic Microsystems
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NL82721R NL82721 Ternary CAM RBUS12 NetLogic Ternary Content Addressable ipCAM NL82721R-33 NL82721R-40
Abstract: High-Z High High High Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words. Table 3e: CBUS State , (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set VBIT to , NFAR will not be updated for the following: 1. 2. Write to memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no change to , words are in unknown state after reset. Thus it is necessary to write to the CAM memory words and , follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.2 Writing to the Memory: Option 2 Another method of writing to the CAM Netlogic Microsystems
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Abstract: after Hardware or Software Reset (In each CAM device) # Memory, Registers and Outputs Status after , d) Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words Revision 1.3 Advance Information / Subject , . Write to memory, no change to VBIT. Read memory. Read memory (CAM Word). These restrictions should , 1 One method of writing into the CAM array is to execute "Write to memory at next free address , locations remain. 8.2 Writing to the Memory: Option 2 Another method of writing to the CAM is to use Netlogic Microsystems
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NL84620R NFA 220 NLM84620R-33 NLM84620R-25 NLM85620R-33 NLM85620R-25 NLM86620R-33
Abstract: internal registers and memory to be accessed. An output only, 32-bit Results Bus (RBUS) provides the CAM , High High High Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words. Table 3g: CBUS State under , Global Mask Register, no change to VBIT. Read memory (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word. These , operations will update the NFAR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set VBIT to , NFAR will not be updated for the following: 1. 2. Write to memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no change to Netlogic Microsystems
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nfa 102 ipCAM ethernet module NLM82721R-33 NLM82721R-25 NLM84721R-25 NLM84721R-33
Abstract: masked by Global Mask Register, no change to VBIT. Read memory (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word , following operations will update the NFAR: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set , . The NFAR will not be updated for the following: 1. 2. Write to memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no , is now ready for memory write, compare and other operations. 8.0 Writing to the CAM Module , accomplishing this are described below: 8.1 Writing to Memory: Option 1 One method of writing into the CAM Netlogic Microsystems
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NLM83721R-25 NLM83721R-33
Abstract: into the CAM at the next free address (NFA) using the "Write to memory at NFA" instruction provided , Flag ( /MMF ) High Cascade Down Output ( CSCDO ) High Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask , to memory, no change to VBIT. Read memory. Read memory (CAM Word). 1. Write to memory at next , described below: 9.1 Writing to Memory: Option 1 One method of writing into the CAM array is to execute , NL84620R SyncCAM-1R Synchronous Content Addressable Memory 4Kx64 (256K) Description The Netlogic Microsystems
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CBUS30 NL84620R-40
Abstract: into the CAM at the next free address (NFA) using the "Write to memory at NFA" instruction provided , Flag ( /MMF ) High Cascade Down Output ( CSCDO ) High Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask , to memory, no change to VBIT. Read memory. Read memory (CAM Word). 1. Write to memory at next , described below: 9.1 Writing to Memory: Option 1 One method of writing into the CAM array is to execute , NL84620R SyncCAM-1R Synchronous Content Addressable Memory 4Kx64 (256K) Description The Netlogic Microsystems
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CBUS43 NL84620R-33
Abstract: High High a Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words. Table 3h: CBUS State under , MMF b34 FF b33 S b32 E b31 b0 Memory Data CAM Index field. Updated after all , memory (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word. These restrictions should be kept in mind when interfacing , . Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set VBITs to Valid, Skip or RAM. Set VBITs to empty at the Address , following: 1. 2. Write to memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no change to VBITs. Write to Local Mask Word at Netlogic Microsystems
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mcr 72 hpm 06 NFA 222 CBUS63-CBUS0 nfa 223 1kx12
Abstract: Memory indicates CAM Words and Local Mask Words. Table 3h: CBUS State under Operating Mode and Control , FF b33 S b32 E b31 b0 Memory Data CAM Index field. Updated after all compare , VBITs. Read memory (CAM Word). Read Local Mask Word. These restrictions should be kept in mind when , . Table 5: Validity Bit (VBITs) Encoding 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Write to Memory (CAM Word) at NFA; set , memory (CAM Word) at NFA; no change to VBITs. Write to Local Mask Word at NFA. These restrictions Netlogic Microsystems
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Select 642 UX NL82721-33 NL82721-40
Abstract: 64 Memory Configuration Register 64 4K x 64 CAM Array Data Translation Register Status , CAM index of the HPM, the Device ID and the status of the flags. The memory data field for the , b37 b36 b35 b34 b33 b32 b31 CAM Address Device ID RSV MF MMF FF S E Memory Data 0 0 0 , (SR1) after Hardware or Software Reset b63 b52 b51 b48 b47 CAM Address Device ID Memory Data 0 , MF b35 MMF b34 FF b33 S b32 E b31 b0 Memory Data CAM Index field. Updated Netlogic Microsystems
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Abstract: ,460 logic elements (LEs) and 2 embedded system blocks (ESBs). With the addition of buffer memory and , fx fx Memory fx fx fx fx Performance Advantages over DSP Processors Programmable , densities and memory sizes to fit a wide range of applications and requirements. The high-performance, yet , systems. The SOPC Builder allows you to configure and connect peripherals, memory interfaces, and other , serial bus (USB), IEEE 1394 (FireWire), Ethernet MAC, high-speed memory interfaces, and processor Altera
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