So, the goal is to understand from where coming mistakes in the ROD output:

So there are always two DSP written one by another and the order tells in which DSP was an error. Also in the DSP data are following lines 00010001 00020002 00030003 00040004 - repeating 8 times and separating 4 DSPs outputs. So the first or second DSP words identify in which DSP was an error and the line number identify in which of 4 PU was the mistake. Each DSP - gives 64 lines, separated by 8 lines plus in the beginning 24 lines(not understood) gives 384 lines for each DSP fragment.

Now I should identify which DSP, which PU gives which mistakes!

  1. 05.2014 Dsp.Data 169 : 76823683 76023683 * 00x0 0000

  1. 05.2014 Dsp.Data 291 : 31fc71fd 21fc71fd * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 283 : 30f470f5 20f470f5 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 142 : 72377238 72377278 * 0000 00x0

Dsp.Data 220 : 30fd30fe 70fd30fe * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 291 : 30f470f5 20f470f5 * x000 0000

  1. errors

  1. 05.2014

Dsp.Data 118 : 741f7420 f41f7420 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 372 : 7b3d7b3e 7b3d3b3e * 0000 x000

Dsp.Data 320 : 36513652 76513652 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 363 : 30f470f5 20f470f5 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 137 : 70723073 60723073 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 74 : 38f378f4 78f378f4 * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 344 : 3c613c62 3c213c62 * 00x0 0000

Dsp.Data 69 : 3aae7aaf 7aae7aaf * x000 0000

Dsp.Data 317 : 71ce31cf 61ce31cf * x000 0000

  1. 05.2014

Dsp.Data 127 : 7d683d69 7 de83d69 * 00x0 0000

1111101011010000011110101101001

1111101111010000011110101101001

0000000x00000000000000000000000

Dsp.Data 181 : 7ece3ecf 7e8e3ecf * 00x0 0000

1111110110011100011111011001111

1111110100011100011111011001111

00000000x0000000000000000000000

Dsp.Data 290 : 3ebb7ebc 3e3b7ebc * 00x0 0000

111110101110110111111010111100

111110001110110111111010111100

000000x00000000000000000000000

22,23,24 bits

  1. 05.20144

Dsp.Data 47 : 39587959 79587959 * x000 0000

0111001010110000111100101011001.00

1111001010110000111100101011001.00

First out of 32 bits is flipping


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      1. 7->6
      2. 3->7 100000 6->2
      3. 3->7
      4. 7->6
      5. 3->2
      6. 3->7
      7. 7->3
      8. 7->f

      1. 3->2
      2. 3->7
      3. 3->7
      4. 3->2


      1. 8->0

Different pattern

-- OlgaNovgorodova - 22 May 2014

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