Arm GICv3/v4 EssentialCommunity
This training topic covers the essential information that you need to know for programming a Generic interrupt Controller (GIC) using an implementation of Arm's GICv3/v4 architecture specification.
A working knowledge of system-on-chip design
The course is relevant to anyone who needs an understanding of the GIC's role in the system, especially if you need to write software that works with the GIC in your system.
What is an interrupt controller?
History of Arm's GIC
GIC Principles - an overview
Level sensitive interrupts
Edge triggered interrupts
Interrupt security group settings
Interrupt security example
GIC Principles - FAQs
Setting up a GIC
The GIC's interfaces
Initializing a GIC
Initializing the GIC with the distributor
Assessing each core's power state
Configuring core interrupt settings
Configuring interrupts (SPI, SGI, and PPI)
Configuring interrupts (LPI)
How the ITS works
Configuring the ITS
Priority drop and deactivation
Reserved INTIDs 1020 - 1023
Handling interrupts - FAQs
Tickets for Arm GICv3/v4 EssentialCommunity can be booked here.
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