I have questions about meaning and behavior of "PACKET_ERROR_RAW" bit of HDMI-rx devices.
a) EEC or would typo of ECC?
In the device group of software manuals listed below,
map address[bit] devices
IO 0x7E ADV7610/ADV7611/ADV7612/ADV7619/ADV7622/ADV7630
IO 0x6B ADV7625/ADV7626/ADV7627/ADV77842/ADV77844
The "EEC" is described in the PACKET_ERROR_RAW, Is typo of "ECC parity" represented by the "5.3Data Island Packet Definitions" in the HDMI specification?
(Error check target packet is listed in ”Table 5-8 Paket Types”?)
(b) Behavior of "PACKET_ERROR RAW"
PACKET_ERROR RAW is RAW status bit,
is automatically cleared when it receives a new correct packet.
Is it correct?
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would you please reply "a)"only earlier?
We need to explain to hurry customers.
a) looks like typo, HDMI spec calls it ECC, error Correction Code
b) PACKET_ERROR_ST is a latched bit when a packet error occurs. It's part of the interrupt structure. PACKET_ERROR_CLR clears the _ST bit. _RAW will clear on the next non-error packet.
This seems to be a duplicate of the following thread:
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Thank you for the information of another thread.
I understood more deep this behavior.