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authorAaro Koskinen <aaro.koskinen@iki.fi>2013-06-07 02:09:45 +0300
committerGreg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>2013-06-08 22:04:30 -0700
commit39e873bb2a46dd40c4424ad39871fa097cc2540e (patch)
tree8f5a4de72e1436de1adf5a12661d2cfb8214e3be /drivers/staging/octeon-usb
parent7f4a470c8d380c4a18020a20c77cf473d4ef8f44 (diff)
staging: octeon-usb: cvmx-usbnx-defs.h: fix struct indentation
Fix struct indentation. Signed-off-by: Aaro Koskinen <aaro.koskinen@iki.fi> Signed-off-by: Greg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
Diffstat (limited to 'drivers/staging/octeon-usb')
-rw-r--r--drivers/staging/octeon-usb/cvmx-usbnx-defs.h350
1 files changed, 175 insertions, 175 deletions
diff --git a/drivers/staging/octeon-usb/cvmx-usbnx-defs.h b/drivers/staging/octeon-usb/cvmx-usbnx-defs.h
index 9dd1233a0bc2..cb78bcdaf4a7 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/octeon-usb/cvmx-usbnx-defs.h
+++ b/drivers/staging/octeon-usb/cvmx-usbnx-defs.h
@@ -86,35 +86,35 @@
union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
uint64_t u64;
struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_s {
- uint64_t reserved_20_63 : 44;
- uint64_t divide2 : 2; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
+ uint64_t reserved_20_63 : 44;
+ uint64_t divide2 : 2; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
from the eclk.
Also see the field DIVIDE. DIVIDE2<1> must currently
be zero because it is not implemented, so the maximum
ratio of eclk/hclk is currently 16.
The actual divide number for hclk is:
(DIVIDE2 + 1) * (DIVIDE + 1) */
- uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
+ uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
generate the hclk in the USB Subsystem is held
in reset. This bit must be set to '0' before
changing the value os DIVIDE in this register.
The reset to the HCLK_DIVIDERis also asserted
when core reset is asserted. */
- uint64_t p_x_on : 1; /**< Force USB-PHY on during suspend.
+ uint64_t p_x_on : 1; /**< Force USB-PHY on during suspend.
'1' USB-PHY XO block is powered-down during
suspend.
'0' USB-PHY XO block is powered-up during
suspend.
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t reserved_14_15 : 2;
- uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
+ uint64_t reserved_14_15 : 2;
+ uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
remain powered in Suspend Mode.
'1' The USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL are
powered down in suspend mode.
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
+ uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
Selects the reference clock / crystal frequency.
'11': Reserved
'10': 48 MHz (reserved when a crystal is used)
@@ -124,30 +124,30 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
active.
NOTE: if a crystal is used as a reference clock,
this field must be set to 12 MHz. */
- uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
- uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
+ uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
+ uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
in the USBC, for normal operation this must be '0'. */
- uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
+ uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
to '1' transition. */
- uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
+ uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
Resets all the PHYS registers and state machines. */
- uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
+ uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
'0' the hclk will not be generated. SEE DIVIDE
field of this register. */
- uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the phy_clk functionality in the USB Subsystem is
help in reset. This bit should not be set to '1'
until the time it takes 6 clocks (hclk or phy_clk,
whichever is slower) has passed. Under normal
operation once this bit is set to '1' it should not
be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the hclk functioanlity in the USB Subsystem is
held in reset.This bit should not be set to '1'
until 12ms after phy_clk is stable. Under normal
operation, once this bit is set to '1' it should
not be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The frequency of 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem
+ uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The frequency of 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem
is the eclk frequency divided by the value of
(DIVIDE2 + 1) * (DIVIDE + 1), also see the field
DIVIDE2 of this register.
@@ -158,36 +158,36 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
until AFTER this field is set and then read. */
} s;
struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn30xx {
- uint64_t reserved_18_63 : 46;
- uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
+ uint64_t reserved_18_63 : 46;
+ uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
generate the hclk in the USB Subsystem is held
in reset. This bit must be set to '0' before
changing the value os DIVIDE in this register.
The reset to the HCLK_DIVIDERis also asserted
when core reset is asserted. */
- uint64_t p_x_on : 1; /**< Force USB-PHY on during suspend.
+ uint64_t p_x_on : 1; /**< Force USB-PHY on during suspend.
'1' USB-PHY XO block is powered-down during
suspend.
'0' USB-PHY XO block is powered-up during
suspend.
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t p_rclk : 1; /**< Phy refrence clock enable.
+ uint64_t p_rclk : 1; /**< Phy refrence clock enable.
'1' The PHY PLL uses the XO block output as a
reference.
'0' Reserved. */
- uint64_t p_xenbn : 1; /**< Phy external clock enable.
+ uint64_t p_xenbn : 1; /**< Phy external clock enable.
'1' The XO block uses the clock from a crystal.
'0' The XO block uses an external clock supplied
on the XO pin. USB_XI should be tied to
ground for this usage. */
- uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
+ uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
remain powered in Suspend Mode.
'1' The USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL are
powered down in suspend mode.
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
+ uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
Selects the reference clock / crystal frequency.
'11': Reserved
'10': 48 MHz
@@ -195,52 +195,52 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
'00': 12 MHz
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
- uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
+ uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
+ uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
in the USBC, for normal operation this must be '0'. */
- uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
+ uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
to '1' transition. */
- uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
+ uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
Resets all the PHYS registers and state machines. */
- uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
+ uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
'0' the hclk will not be generated. */
- uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the phy_clk functionality in the USB Subsystem is
help in reset. This bit should not be set to '1'
until the time it takes 6 clocks (hclk or phy_clk,
whichever is slower) has passed. Under normal
operation once this bit is set to '1' it should not
be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the hclk functioanlity in the USB Subsystem is
held in reset.This bit should not be set to '1'
until 12ms after phy_clk is stable. Under normal
operation, once this bit is set to '1' it should
not be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
+ uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
from the eclk. The eclk will be divided by the
value of this field +1 to determine the hclk
frequency. (Also see HRST of this register).
The hclk frequency must be less than 125 MHz. */
} cn30xx;
- struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn30xx cn31xx;
+ struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn30xx cn31xx;
struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn50xx {
- uint64_t reserved_20_63 : 44;
- uint64_t divide2 : 2; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
+ uint64_t reserved_20_63 : 44;
+ uint64_t divide2 : 2; /**< The 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem is derived
from the eclk.
Also see the field DIVIDE. DIVIDE2<1> must currently
be zero because it is not implemented, so the maximum
ratio of eclk/hclk is currently 16.
The actual divide number for hclk is:
(DIVIDE2 + 1) * (DIVIDE + 1) */
- uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
+ uint64_t hclk_rst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the HCLK-DIVIDER used to
generate the hclk in the USB Subsystem is held
in reset. This bit must be set to '0' before
changing the value os DIVIDE in this register.
The reset to the HCLK_DIVIDERis also asserted
when core reset is asserted. */
- uint64_t reserved_16_16 : 1;
- uint64_t p_rtype : 2; /**< PHY reference clock type
+ uint64_t reserved_16_16 : 1;
+ uint64_t p_rtype : 2; /**< PHY reference clock type
'0' The USB-PHY uses a 12MHz crystal as a clock
source at the USB_XO and USB_XI pins
'1' Reserved
@@ -250,13 +250,13 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
'3' Reserved
(bit 14 was P_XENBN on 3xxx)
(bit 15 was P_RCLK on 3xxx) */
- uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
+ uint64_t p_com_on : 1; /**< '0' Force USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL to
remain powered in Suspend Mode.
'1' The USB-PHY XO Bias, Bandgap and PLL are
powered down in suspend mode.
The value of this field must be set while POR is
active. */
- uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
+ uint64_t p_c_sel : 2; /**< Phy clock speed select.
Selects the reference clock / crystal frequency.
'11': Reserved
'10': 48 MHz (reserved when a crystal is used)
@@ -266,30 +266,30 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
active.
NOTE: if a crystal is used as a reference clock,
this field must be set to 12 MHz. */
- uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
- uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
+ uint64_t cdiv_byp : 1; /**< Used to enable the bypass input to the USB_CLK_DIV. */
+ uint64_t sd_mode : 2; /**< Scaledown mode for the USBC. Control timing events
in the USBC, for normal operation this must be '0'. */
- uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
+ uint64_t s_bist : 1; /**< Starts bist on the hclk memories, during the '0'
to '1' transition. */
- uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
+ uint64_t por : 1; /**< Power On Reset for the PHY.
Resets all the PHYS registers and state machines. */
- uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
+ uint64_t enable : 1; /**< When '1' allows the generation of the hclk. When
'0' the hclk will not be generated. SEE DIVIDE
field of this register. */
- uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t prst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the phy_clk functionality in the USB Subsystem is
help in reset. This bit should not be set to '1'
until the time it takes 6 clocks (hclk or phy_clk,
whichever is slower) has passed. Under normal
operation once this bit is set to '1' it should not
be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
+ uint64_t hrst : 1; /**< When this field is '0' the reset associated with
the hclk functioanlity in the USB Subsystem is
held in reset.This bit should not be set to '1'
until 12ms after phy_clk is stable. Under normal
operation, once this bit is set to '1' it should
not be set to '0'. */
- uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The frequency of 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem
+ uint64_t divide : 3; /**< The frequency of 'hclk' used by the USB subsystem
is the eclk frequency divided by the value of
(DIVIDE2 + 1) * (DIVIDE + 1), also see the field
DIVIDE2 of this register.
@@ -299,8 +299,8 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl {
The ENABLE field of this register should not be set
until AFTER this field is set and then read. */
} cn50xx;
- struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn50xx cn52xx;
- struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn50xx cn56xx;
+ struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn50xx cn52xx;
+ struct cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_cn50xx cn56xx;
};
typedef union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_t;
@@ -314,45 +314,45 @@ typedef union cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl cvmx_usbnx_clk_ctl_t;
union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
uint64_t u64;
struct cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status_s {
- uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
- uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
- uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
- uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
- uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
- uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
- uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
- uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
+ uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
+ uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
+ uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
+ uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
+ uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
Asserted at the end of the PHY BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
+ uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
Indicates an internal error was detected during
the BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
+ uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
Presents either internaly generated signals or
test register contents, based upon the value of
test_data_out_sel. */
- uint64_t siddq : 1; /**< Drives the USBP (USB-PHY) SIDDQ input.
+ uint64_t siddq : 1; /**< Drives the USBP (USB-PHY) SIDDQ input.
Normally should be set to zero.
When customers have no intent to use USB PHY
interface, they should:
- still provide 3.3V to USB_VDD33, and
- tie USB_REXT to 3.3V supply, and
- set USBN*_USBP_CTL_STATUS[SIDDQ]=1 */
- uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
- uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
+ uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
+ uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
with byte-counts between packets. When set to 0
the L2C DMA address is incremented to the next
4-byte aligned address after adding byte-count. */
- uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
+ uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
set to '0' for operation. */
- uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
- uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
- uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
+ uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
+ uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D+ line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D+/ '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -360,7 +360,7 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D- line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D-. '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -368,10 +368,10 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
+ uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
USB is acting as device. This field needs to be
set while the USB is in reset. */
- uint64_t tuning : 4; /**< Transmitter Tuning for High-Speed Operation.
+ uint64_t tuning : 4; /**< Transmitter Tuning for High-Speed Operation.
Tunes the current supply and rise/fall output
times for high-speed operation.
[20:19] == 11: Current supply increased
@@ -386,36 +386,36 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
[22:21] == 01: Rise and fall times are decreased.
[22:21] == 00: Rise and fall times are decreased
further as compared to the 01 setting. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[15:8]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[7:0]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
+ uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
'1': During data transmission the receive is
enabled.
'0': During data transmission the receive is
disabled.
Must be '0' for normal operation. */
- uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
+ uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
'1' The PHY's analog_test pin is enabled for the
input and output of applicable analog test signals.
'0' THe analog_test pin is disabled. */
- uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
+ uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
Used to activate BIST in the PHY. */
- uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
+ uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
'1' test_data_out[3:0] (PHY) register contents
are output. '0' internaly generated signals are
output. */
- uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
+ uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
Specifies the register address for writing to or
reading from the PHY test interface register. */
- uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
+ uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
This is a test bus. Data is present on [3:0],
and its corresponding select (enable) is present
on bits [7:4]. */
- uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
+ uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
This is a test signal. When the USB Core is
powered up (not in Susned Mode), an automatic
tester can use this to disable phy_clock and
@@ -427,26 +427,26 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
de-assertion. */
} s;
struct cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status_cn30xx {
- uint64_t reserved_38_63 : 26;
- uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
+ uint64_t reserved_38_63 : 26;
+ uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
Asserted at the end of the PHY BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
+ uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
Indicates an internal error was detected during
the BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
+ uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
Presents either internaly generated signals or
test register contents, based upon the value of
test_data_out_sel. */
- uint64_t reserved_30_31 : 2;
- uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
+ uint64_t reserved_30_31 : 2;
+ uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
with byte-counts between packets. When set to 0
the L2C DMA address is incremented to the next
4-byte aligned address after adding byte-count. */
- uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
+ uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
set to '0' for operation. */
- uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
- uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
- uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
+ uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
+ uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D+ line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D+/ '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -454,7 +454,7 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D- line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D-. '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -462,10 +462,10 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
+ uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
USB is acting as device. This field needs to be
set while the USB is in reset. */
- uint64_t tuning : 4; /**< Transmitter Tuning for High-Speed Operation.
+ uint64_t tuning : 4; /**< Transmitter Tuning for High-Speed Operation.
Tunes the current supply and rise/fall output
times for high-speed operation.
[20:19] == 11: Current supply increased
@@ -480,36 +480,36 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
[22:21] == 01: Rise and fall times are decreased.
[22:21] == 00: Rise and fall times are decreased
further as compared to the 01 setting. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[15:8]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[7:0]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
+ uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
'1': During data transmission the receive is
enabled.
'0': During data transmission the receive is
disabled.
Must be '0' for normal operation. */
- uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
+ uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
'1' The PHY's analog_test pin is enabled for the
input and output of applicable analog test signals.
'0' THe analog_test pin is disabled. */
- uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
+ uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
Used to activate BIST in the PHY. */
- uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
+ uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
'1' test_data_out[3:0] (PHY) register contents
are output. '0' internaly generated signals are
output. */
- uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
+ uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
Specifies the register address for writing to or
reading from the PHY test interface register. */
- uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
+ uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
This is a test bus. Data is present on [3:0],
and its corresponding select (enable) is present
on bits [7:4]. */
- uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
+ uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
This is a test signal. When the USB Core is
powered up (not in Susned Mode), an automatic
tester can use this to disable phy_clock and
@@ -521,39 +521,39 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
de-assertion. */
} cn30xx;
struct cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status_cn50xx {
- uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
- uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
- uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
- uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
- uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
- uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
- uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
- uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
+ uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
+ uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
+ uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
+ uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
+ uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
Asserted at the end of the PHY BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
+ uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
Indicates an internal error was detected during
the BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
+ uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
Presents either internaly generated signals or
test register contents, based upon the value of
test_data_out_sel. */
- uint64_t reserved_31_31 : 1;
- uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
- uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
+ uint64_t reserved_31_31 : 1;
+ uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
+ uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
with byte-counts between packets. When set to 0
the L2C DMA address is incremented to the next
4-byte aligned address after adding byte-count. */
- uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
+ uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
set to '0' for operation. */
- uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
- uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
- uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
+ uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
+ uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D+ line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D+/ '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -561,7 +561,7 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D- line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D-. '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -569,40 +569,40 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
+ uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
USB is acting as device. This field needs to be
set while the USB is in reset. */
- uint64_t reserved_19_22 : 4;
- uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
+ uint64_t reserved_19_22 : 4;
+ uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[15:8]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[7:0]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
+ uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
'1': During data transmission the receive is
enabled.
'0': During data transmission the receive is
disabled.
Must be '0' for normal operation. */
- uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
+ uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
'1' The PHY's analog_test pin is enabled for the
input and output of applicable analog test signals.
'0' THe analog_test pin is disabled. */
- uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
+ uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
Used to activate BIST in the PHY. */
- uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
+ uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
'1' test_data_out[3:0] (PHY) register contents
are output. '0' internaly generated signals are
output. */
- uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
+ uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
Specifies the register address for writing to or
reading from the PHY test interface register. */
- uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
+ uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
This is a test bus. Data is present on [3:0],
and its corresponding select (enable) is present
on bits [7:4]. */
- uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
+ uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
This is a test signal. When the USB Core is
powered up (not in Susned Mode), an automatic
tester can use this to disable phy_clock and
@@ -614,45 +614,45 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
de-assertion. */
} cn50xx;
struct cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status_cn52xx {
- uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
- uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
- uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
- uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
- uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
- uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
- uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
- uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
- uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
- uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
+ uint64_t txrisetune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Rise/Fall Time Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txvreftune : 4; /**< HS DC Voltage Level Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txfslstune : 4; /**< FS/LS Source Impedence Adjustment */
+ uint64_t txhsxvtune : 2; /**< Transmitter High-Speed Crossover Adjustment */
+ uint64_t sqrxtune : 3; /**< Squelch Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t compdistune : 3; /**< Disconnect Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgtune : 3; /**< VBUS Valid Threshold Adjustment */
+ uint64_t otgdisable : 1; /**< OTG Block Disable */
+ uint64_t portreset : 1; /**< Per_Port Reset */
+ uint64_t drvvbus : 1; /**< Drive VBUS */
+ uint64_t lsbist : 1; /**< Low-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t fsbist : 1; /**< Full-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t hsbist : 1; /**< High-Speed BIST Enable. */
+ uint64_t bist_done : 1; /**< PHY Bist Done.
Asserted at the end of the PHY BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
+ uint64_t bist_err : 1; /**< PHY Bist Error.
Indicates an internal error was detected during
the BIST sequence. */
- uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
+ uint64_t tdata_out : 4; /**< PHY Test Data Out.
Presents either internaly generated signals or
test register contents, based upon the value of
test_data_out_sel. */
- uint64_t siddq : 1; /**< Drives the USBP (USB-PHY) SIDDQ input.
+ uint64_t siddq : 1; /**< Drives the USBP (USB-PHY) SIDDQ input.
Normally should be set to zero.
When customers have no intent to use USB PHY
interface, they should:
- still provide 3.3V to USB_VDD33, and
- tie USB_REXT to 3.3V supply, and
- set USBN*_USBP_CTL_STATUS[SIDDQ]=1 */
- uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
- uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
+ uint64_t txpreemphasistune : 1; /**< HS Transmitter Pre-Emphasis Enable */
+ uint64_t dma_bmode : 1; /**< When set to 1 the L2C DMA address will be updated
with byte-counts between packets. When set to 0
the L2C DMA address is incremented to the next
4-byte aligned address after adding byte-count. */
- uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
+ uint64_t usbc_end : 1; /**< Bigendian input to the USB Core. This should be
set to '0' for operation. */
- uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
- uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
- uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t usbp_bist : 1; /**< PHY, This is cleared '0' to run BIST on the USBP. */
+ uint64_t tclk : 1; /**< PHY Test Clock, used to load TDATA_IN to the USBP. */
+ uint64_t dp_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DP_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D+ line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D+/ '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -660,7 +660,7 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
+ uint64_t dm_pulld : 1; /**< PHY DM_PULLDOWN input to the USB-PHY.
This signal enables the pull-down resistance on
the D- line. '1' pull down-resistance is connected
to D-. '0' pull down resistance is not connected
@@ -668,40 +668,40 @@ union cvmx_usbnx_usbp_ctl_status {
(downstream-facing port), dp_pulldown and
dm_pulldown are enabled. This must not toggle
during normal opeartion. */
- uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
+ uint64_t hst_mode : 1; /**< When '0' the USB is acting as HOST, when '1'
USB is acting as device. This field needs to be
set while the USB is in reset. */
- uint64_t reserved_19_22 : 4;
- uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
+ uint64_t reserved_19_22 : 4;
+ uint64_t tx_bs_enh : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [15:8].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[15:8]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
+ uint64_t tx_bs_en : 1; /**< Transmit Bit Stuffing on [7:0].
Enables or disables bit stuffing on data[7:0]
when bit-stuffing is enabled. */
- uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
+ uint64_t loop_enb : 1; /**< PHY Loopback Test Enable.
'1': During data transmission the receive is
enabled.
'0': During data transmission the receive is
disabled.
Must be '0' for normal operation. */
- uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
+ uint64_t vtest_enb : 1; /**< Analog Test Pin Enable.
'1' The PHY's analog_test pin is enabled for the
input and output of applicable analog test signals.
'0' THe analog_test pin is disabled. */
- uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
+ uint64_t bist_enb : 1; /**< Built-In Self Test Enable.
Used to activate BIST in the PHY. */
- uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
+ uint64_t tdata_sel : 1; /**< Test Data Out Select.
'1' test_data_out[3:0] (PHY) register contents
are output. '0' internaly generated signals are
output. */
- uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
+ uint64_t taddr_in : 4; /**< Mode Address for Test Interface.
Specifies the register address for writing to or
reading from the PHY test interface register. */
- uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
+ uint64_t tdata_in : 8; /**< Internal Testing Register Input Data and Select
This is a test bus. Data is present on [3:0],
and its corresponding select (enable) is present
on bits [7:4]. */
- uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
+ uint64_t ate_reset : 1; /**< Reset input from automatic test equipment.
This is a test signal. When the USB Core is
powered up (not in Susned Mode), an automatic
tester can use this to disable phy_clock and

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