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Interfaces

The TRB-Endpoints are all using the same interfaces. There is a media independent interface (MII) on the network side. On the application side of the endpoint two different interfaces are used: An application interface (API) for sending and receiving data and a trigger interface (TRG) that only receives and answers triggers.
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Application interface

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The application interface is the main interface to the network. Data can be sent and received, either in active (can initiate a transfer) or in passive (can only reply on incoming transfers) mode.
 

Transmitter port

This is the port for sending data to the network
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Trigger receiving interface

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This interface can only be used to receive triggers (i.e. short transfers in terms of network definitions). The application connected to this trigger interface has to release the trigger when the necessary operations have been finished and give an errorcode back. With this interface it is not possible to send or receive any other kind of data. If one's reply has to contain data, the normal application interface must be used.
 
Name Description
TRG_GOT_TRIGGER_OUT A trigger has been received
TRG_ERROR_PATTERN_OUT Error pattern of the current trigger
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TRG_ERROR_PATTERN_IN Error pattern to be sent when releasing trigger
TRG_RELEASE_IN Releases the trigger
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META TOPICMOVED by="JanMichel" date="1198857125" from="DaqSlowControl.TrbNet16BitInterfaces" to="DaqSlowControl.TrbNetInterfaces"
 
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