Expanded Serial Peripheral Interface (xSPI) Slave Controller
The MAXVY's JESD251 Expanded Serial Peripheral Interface Slave controller is provides high data throughput, low signal count, and limited backward compatibility with legacy Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI) devices. It is used to connect xSPI Master devices in computing, automotive, Internet of Things, Embedded system and mobile system processor to non-volatile memories, graphics peripherals, networking peripherals,FPGAs, sensors devices.
Compliance of JEDEC standard JESD251 eXpanded Serial Peripheral Interface (xSPI) for Non Volatile Memory Devices, Version1.0.
Support Single Data Rate (SDR) and Double Data Rate (DDR).
Support Source synchronous clocking.
Support Data transfer rates up to
400MT/s (200MHz Clock).
333MT/s (167MHz Clock).
266MT/s (133MHz Clock).
200MT/s (100MHz Clock)
Support Deep Power Down (DPD) enter and exit commands.
Support Eight IO ports in standard. Possible to increase IO port based on system performance requirements.
Optional support for Data Strobe (DS) for timing reference.
Support 1-bit wide SDR transfer.
Support Profile 1.0 Commands to manage a non-volatile memory device.
Support Profile 2.0 Commands to support read or write data for any time of slave devices.
Non-volatile memory arrays like NOR Flash,NAND Flash,FRAM, nvSRAM.