The APB GPIO is a configurable module allowing the use of up to 32 scalable I/O lines. If more than 32 I/Os are required, more than one GPIO module may be instantiated.
Each line can be configured independently resulting in a very useful I/O application. The GPIO module supports a wide variety of options concerning synchronization logic and interrupt signal, which can be triggered by either a low level, high level, positive or negative edge. The GPIO is also fully compatible with the industry-standard APB bus interface.
The GPIO module is a standard APB Slave peripheral, and has a standard APB Slave Port. The APB Slave Port is typically connected to one of the various APB Mirrored-Slave Ports of an APB Channel module. The several GPIO registers are accessed through its APB interface.
- Scalable up to 32 I/Os
- Each I/O is independent
- Interrupt control for each I/O
- Selectable level sensitive or edge triggered interrupt system
- Supports asynchronous inputs
- AMBA APB bus interface
- Verilog Source
- Complete Test Environment
- APB Bus Functional Model
- C-Sample Code
Block Diagram of the APB General Purpose IO (70127) IP Core