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Aparna_MK
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Creating a custom IP peripheral to communicate with Zynq PS

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Is it possible to create a custom IP peripheral (other than AXI peripheral) and send signals to it through Zynq PS? Is it possible to make connections between 2 different axi slave peripherals?

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dpaul24
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@Aparna_MK ,

AXI what? AXI4 full, AXI-Stream,..... ?

Is it possible to create a custom IP peripheral (other than AXI peripheral) and send signals to it through Zynq PS?

Depends on what do you mean by signals. A custom IP peripheral can send interrupt to the PS and in this case it is a signal which does not need an AXI style interconnect.

Is it possible to make connections between 2 different axi slave peripherals?

Connections using the AXI i/f? No...definitely not!

Because AMBA AXI protocols are Master-Slave based protocols. So how do you think two AXI slaves can talk to each other?

Connections using other ports....yes.

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dpaul24
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@Aparna_MK ,

AXI what? AXI4 full, AXI-Stream,..... ?

Is it possible to create a custom IP peripheral (other than AXI peripheral) and send signals to it through Zynq PS?

Depends on what do you mean by signals. A custom IP peripheral can send interrupt to the PS and in this case it is a signal which does not need an AXI style interconnect.

Is it possible to make connections between 2 different axi slave peripherals?

Connections using the AXI i/f? No...definitely not!

Because AMBA AXI protocols are Master-Slave based protocols. So how do you think two AXI slaves can talk to each other?

Connections using other ports....yes.

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