AMBA APB

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Overview

AMBA APB (Advanced Peripheral Bus) is a low-power, low-frequency bus protocol designed by ARM Holdings for connecting peripherals with processors in System-on-Chip (SoC) designs. It operates at lower speeds compared to other AMBA buses like AHB and AXI, making it suitable for peripherals that do not require high bandwidth.

AMBA APB is part of the ARM Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (AMBA) specifications, providing a standardized interface for communication between a processor and peripheral devices

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Features

  • Low Power and Low Frequency: Designed for peripherals with minimal power consumption requirements.
  • Simple Interface: Provides a straightforward interface with minimal control signals.
  • Supports Burst Transfers: Allows for consecutive data transfers to maximise throughput when needed.
  • Flexible Addressing: Supports different addressing modes to access peripherals efficiently.
  • Interoperability: Can be integrated with other AMBA buses (e.g., AHB, AXI) using bridges for enhanced system scalability.
  • Scalability: Can be integrated with other AMBA buses (AHB, AXI) through bridges for larger SoC designs.
  • Ease of Integration: Simplifies the integration of peripherals into an SoC design.

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