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 FT2232C FIFO Timing Diagram

Read Access:

When the PC sends data to the FPGA over USB, the device will assert the Receive Full status pin (RXF#) to let the FPGA know that data is available. The FPGA then reads the data until the receiver full status bit goes inactive, indicating no more data is available to read.


FT2232C FIFO Interface: Read Access

Signal Description:

D[7..0]: Bi-directional data bus.
RXF#: When high, do not read data from the FIFO. When low, there is data available in the FIFO which can be read by strobing RD# low then high again.
RD#: Enables current FIFO data byte on D[7..0] when low. Fetches the next FIFO data byte (if available) from the receive FIFO buffer when RD# goes from low to high.


Write Access:

To send data from the FPGA to the host PC simply write the byte wide data into the device when the Transmitter Empty status pin (TXE#) is active. If the transmit buffer fills up, the device de-asserts TXE# in order to stop further data being written to the device until some of the FIFO data has been transferred over the USB.


FT2232C FIFO Interface: Write Access

Signal Description:

D[7..0]: Bi-directional data bus.
TXE#: When high, do not write data into the FIFO. When low, data can be written into the FIFO by strobing WR high then low.
WR: Writes the data byte on the D[7..0] into the transmit FIFO buffer when WR goes from high to low.

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