The Protocol Error Report bit on the GETSTATUS CCC is intended to report errors that have no other way of being detected unless the Device reports them. It is intended to cover parity error, CRC error, and anything else that means that a message from the Controller was lost and the Controller has no way of knowing it.

The Protocol Error Report on the GETSTATUS CCC would not cover the case of TE5 errors, as they are more related to an unsupported CCC or Defining Byte (which is not a protocol error per se). It is also not intended for situations when the Target NACKs, because the Controller will know that an error occurred when the Target NACKs and recovers it. Errors such as Error Types TE0, TE3, TE4, and TE5 are detected by the Controller when the Target sends a NACK response, and are recovered by using the appropriate recovery methods; as a result, they need not be reported via the GETSTATUS CCC.

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