Clock domain crossing modules for OCP-style read/write interfaces

@inproceedings{Herlev2016ClockDC,
  title={Clock domain crossing modules for OCP-style read/write interfaces},
  author={Mathias Herlev and Jens Spars{\o}},
  year={2016}
}
The open core protocol (OCP) is an openly licensed, configurable, and scalable interface protocol for on-chip subsystem communications. The protocol defines read and write transactions from a master towards a slave across a point-to-point connection and the protocol assumes a single common clock. This paper presents the design of two OCP clock domain crossing interface modules, that can be used to construct systems with multiple clock domains. One module (called OCPio) supports a single word… CONTINUE READING

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