The AHB to APB Bridge translates an AHB bus transaction (read or write) to an APB bus transaction. This is accomplished via two small state machines - one on the HCLK domain and another on the PCLK domain.
The AHB to APB Bridge acts as an AHB Slave, and an APB Master in an AHB/APB subsystem. Typically, the AHB to APB Bridge has its AHB interface connected to a Slave port on an AHB Channel module, and its APB interface connected to the Master port on an APB Channel module.
- Translates AMBA® AHB transactions to APB transactions
- Low latency
- Low Gate Count
- Supports APB 2.0 and APB 3.0 Signaling
- Independent HCLK, PCLK pseudo-synchronous clocks
- Verilog Source
- Complete Test Environment
- AHB Bus Functional Model
- C-Sample Code
Block Diagram of the AHB to APB Bus Bridge (70111) IP Core