AMBA AHB

Integrates MAC IP to a broad range of PHY and SerDes IP

Overview

AMBA AHB (Advanced High-performance Bus) is a widely used bus protocol in System-on-Chip (SoC) designs developed by ARM Holdings. It provides a high-performance, pipelined bus suitable for high-speed communication between IP cores, memories, and peripherals within an SoC.

AMBA AHB is part of the ARM Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (AMBA) specifications, designed to support the requirements of high-bandwidth, low-latency interconnects for on-chip communication.

Features

  • Pipelined Architecture: Enhances performance by overlapping address and data phases.
  • Separate Address and Data Phases: Improves efficiency in data transactions.
  • Supports Burst Transfers: Allows for consecutive data transfers to maximize throughput.
  • Flexible Arbitration: Supports round-robin, fixed priority, or other arbitration schemes.
  • Multi-layer AHB: Allows multiple AHB buses to be connected together.
  • Supports Different Data Widths: Accommodates variable data widths (8-bit to 64-bit) to meet system requirements.

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