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nordic,nrf-ipct-global

Vendor: Nordic Semiconductor

Description

Nordic Global IPCT (Interprocessor Communication Transceiver)

Properties

Properties not inherited from the base binding file.

Name

Type

Details

global-domain-id

int

Global IPCT instances reside on specific buses within the Global Domain,
such as fast and slow, which have different IDs that do not match the
standard Global Domain ID presented in their address.

This property is required.

channels

int

Number of channels implemented by the IPCT instance.

This property is required.

source-channel-links

array

Mapping of IPCT channels that are mapped between two IPCT instances on
separate domains, in which a channel on this IPCT node is considered
the source. This array is then comprised of a 3-integer-wide "unit"
that defines one connection of the mapping. The format of this unit
is <source_channel sink_domain_id sink_channel>. Units are sequential
in the array, therefore requiring the length of this property to be
a factor of 3.

For example, if channel 2 is to be mapped to Radio Core (ID: 3) IPCT
channel 4, then the array "unit" would be <2 NRF_DOMAIN_ID_RADIOCORE 4>
or <2 3 4>.

sink-channel-links

array

Mapping of IPCT channels that are mapped between two IPCT instances on
separate domains, in which a channel on this IPCT node is considered
the sink. This array is then comprised of a 3-integer-wide "unit"
that defines one connection of the mapping. The format of this unit
is <sink_channel source_domain_id source_channel>. Units are sequential
in the array, therefore requiring the length of this property to be
a factor of 3.

For example, if channel 2 is to be mapped to Radio Core (ID: 3) IPCT
channel 4, then the array "unit" would be <2 NRF_DOMAIN_ID_RADIOCORE 4>
or <2 3 4>.

owned-channels

array

List of channels in a split-ownership peripheral that are to be owned
for use by the compiled CPU.

nonsecure-channels

array

List of channels in a split-ownership, split-security peripheral that
are to be configured as nonsecure. In Trustzone systems, this property
is only evaluated for secure peripherals, as nonsecure channels are
implicitly specified through the owned-channels property. This property
is ignored in non-Trustzone systems.

child-owned-channels

array

List of channels in a split-ownership peripheral that are officially
owned by the compiled CPU but intended to be used by its child
subprocessor(s).