ARMADA XP MV78260 Hardware Specifications

MV78260 ARMADA® XP Hardware Specifications
MV78260
ARMADA® XP Highly
Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7
Based System-on-Chip
Processors
Hardware Specifications
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Revision History
Table 1:
Revision History
R e v i s io n
Date
C o m m e n ts
Rev. H
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Revised Release
1. Added a note in the following locations about contacting a Marvell® FAE if implementing a design integrating the LCD
or FPD interfaces.
• Preface on page 19
• Section 2.2.5, Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface, on page 37
• Section 2.2.9, Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Interface, on page 41
• Section 9.7.2, Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface AC Timing, on page 115
• Section 9.7.3, Liquid Crystal Display Interface AC Timing, on page 117
2. In section Features on page 7, added the following bullet:
- Programmable thermal sensor controller with ±5°C accuracy and overheat detection.
3. In Section 7.1, Power Up/Down Sequence, on page 79, updated Figure 7, Power Up Sequence Example, on page 80
to combine the CPU and Core voltages to a single line on the graph..
4. In Section 7.2.1, Global System Reset (SYSRSTn), on page 80, updated the first 2 cases in which SYSRST_OUTn is
asserted for a duration of 100 ms.
5. Updated Figure 70, 732-Pin FCBGA Package and Dimensions, on page 175 to remove the ball inline pitch dimension
and to revise the dimension accuracy.
Rev. G
August 4, 2013
Revised Release
Rev. F
December 4, 2012
Revised Release
Rev. E
May 28, 2012
Revised Release
Rev. D
October 9, 2011
Revised Release
Rev. C
August 15, 2011
Revised Release
Rev. B
December 15, 2010
Revised Release
Rev. A
August 24, 2010
Initial Release
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MV78260
ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
ARMADA ® XP Family
MV78260 Device
The MV78260 is a complete system-on-chip (SoC)
solution based on the Marvell® Core Processor
embedded CPU technology. By leveraging the
successful Marvell system controllers and extensive
expertise in ARM instruction-set-compliant CPUs, the
ARMADA XP Family of SoCs present a new level of
performance, integration, and efficiency to raise the
performance/power and performance/cost bar.
The Marvell ARMADA XP device presents a new level of
performance, integration and efficiency to make the
system design simple and cost efficient.
The ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7
Based System-on-Chip Processors include the
following devices:
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MV78230
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MV78232
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MV78260
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MV78460
With full pin and software compatibility between the
different devices, the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated
Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors
enables full performance scalability to best fit the
requirements of any specific application.
This specification refers to the MV78260 only. For more
information about other members of the ARMADA® XP
Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors, refer to the ARMADA® XP
Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors Functional Specifications.
The MV78260 integrates Dual Superscalar CPUs with:
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ARMv7-compliant CPU cores with the latest Marvell
micro-architecture enhancements, with a double
precision IEEE-compliant Floating Point Unit (FPU)
per core
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Shared Level 2 (L2) 1MB cache
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Low-latency, high-bandwidth, tightly coupled
DDR3/DDR3L memory controller
The advanced I/O peripherals include PCI Express
(PCIe) Gen 1.1/2, USB2.0 with integrated PHYs, SATA
ports, Ethernet, LCD, and TDM interfaces.
To allow enhanced handshake and data flow, a full
hardware I/O cache coherency scheme is implemented
between the I/Os and the CPU.
Optimized for low-power operation and providing
advanced power management capabilities, the 40 nm
process based MV78260 is ideally suited for a wide
range of applications that require both high-performance
and minimal power consumption. The rich and
diversified interface mix of the MV78260 allows it to be
the perfect solution for different types of applications and
systems in various fields such as:
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Wireless infrastructure: Cellular, WiMax and WiFi
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Low-Mid range integrated routers
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Enterprise Network Storage (NAS, RAID, iSCSI)
products
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Networking control plane applications
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Unified Threat Management boxes
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ARM-Based servers and workstations
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High-density, high-performance clusters and
computational farms
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MV78260
Hardware Specifications
The innovative Coherency Fabric architecture provides a
coherent interconnect between the CPUs themselves
and between the CPUs and the I/O masters. This
enables the system to operate either in Symmetrical
Multi Processing (SMP) mode or Asymmetric Multi
Processing (AMP) mode, with I/O cache coherency. In
addition, the efficiency of the bus enables a
high-frequency, high-bandwidth, and low-latency access
time throughout the CPU memory subsystem.
The on-chip Mbus architecture, a Marvell® proprietary
crossbar interconnect for non-blocking any-to-any
connectivity, enables concurrent transactions among
multiple units. This design results in high system
throughput, allowing system designers to create
high-performance products.
The pin and software compatibility with the other
ARMADA XP devices, offers full performance scalability
to best fit the requirements of any specific applications.
MV78260 Block Diagram
Networking Accelerator
Buffer Management
Shared L2 /
SRAM 1 MB
Flexible Parser and
Classifier TCAM
Based 1K Entries
Deposit
ARMARM
v6/v7v7CPU
Dual
CPUs
with
at 1.6FPU
GHz,
at
2
GHz
with FPU per core
Secured Boot
Advanced Power
Management
Discovery Coherency Fabric
DDR3 32/64-bits
Controller + ECC
Device Bus,
NAND Flash,
SPI, UARTs, I2C,
SDIO
4 x GbE /
QSGMII
4 x IDMA
4 x XOR
LCD Controller
Mbus Crossbar Switch
2x
Security Engines
2 x SATA II
PCIe 2.0
x4 / x1
PCIe 2.0 x4 /
Quad x1
PCIe 2.0 x4 /
Quad x1
12 SERDES Lanes
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TDM Interface
with 32 VoIP
Channels
3 x USB 2.0
Host / Device
USB PHY x 3
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Features
MV78260 Device
FEATURES
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• Compliant with ARMv7 architecture, published in
The MV78260 Includes:
• Two high-performance, dual-issue CPU with
Floating Point Unit
• SMP/AMP operation modes
• Supports I/O cache coherency
• 1 MB L2 cache
• Four 10/100/1000 Ethernet MAC controllers
• High-bandwidth DDR3-1600 memory interface
(32/64-bit SDRAM with ECC option)
• 12 SERDES lanes with versatile muxing options for
SGMII, QSGMII, PCIe, ETM, and SATA ports
• Three PCI Express Gen2.0 x4 units; two units can
also function as four x1 ports. One unit is x4 or x1.
• Three USB Host/Device ports with integrated PHYs
• Two integrated security cryptographic engines
• Four IDMA engines
• Integrated Storage Accelerator engine (four XOR
DMA or iSCSI CRC engines)
• TDM interface supporting up to 32 VoIP channels
• 32-bit Device Bus with up to five chip selects,
including NAND Flash support
• Two SPI interfaces
• SD/SDIO/MMC Host interface
• LCD controller with both parallel and LVDS
transmitter interfaces
• Four 16750 compatible UART ports
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Two I2C interfaces
Programmable Timers and Watchdogs
Real Time Clock (RTC)
Adaptive Voltage Scaling (AVS)
Interrupt controller with priority scheme
Secured boot
Advanced power management
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Internal Architecture
• High-bandwidth, low-latency Coherency Fabric
interconnect between the Marvell® Core Processor
CPU and CPU memory subsystem
• Advanced Mbus (crossbar extension) architecture
with any-to-any concurrent I/O connectivity
• Full I/O cache coherency
Two Dual-Issue ARMv7-Compliant CPU
• Up to 1.6 GHz
• Superscalar RISC CPU with Harvard architecture
issues two instructions per cycle
• Single/double precision Floating Point Unit
(VFP3-16) IEEE 754 compliant per core
• Symmetrical Multi Processing (SMP) and
Asymmetric Multi Processing (AMP) modes
•
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the ARM Architecture Reference Manual, Second
Edition
Supports 32-bit instruction set for performance and
flexibility
Large Physical Address Expansion support—up to
40-bit address space
Thumb-2 and Thumb-EE instruction set for code
density
Supports DSP instructions to boost performance
for signal processing applications
MMU-ARMv7 compliant VMSA MMU
Management unit 4-KB L0 Instruction and data
cache, direct mapping
32-KB L1 Instruction cache four-way,
set-associative, physically indexed physically
tagged, parity protected
32-KB L1 Data cache, eight-way, set-associative,
physically indexed, physically tagged, parity
protected
MESI cache coherency scheme
Hit-under-miss and multiple outstanding requests
Advanced write coalescing support
Variable stages pipeline—six to ten stages
Out-of-order execution for increased performance
In-order retire via a Reordering Buffer (ROB)
Advanced branch prediction—32 Branch Target
Buffer (BTB) and 1K entries Branch Prediction Unit
(BPU) with GShare algorithm
Branch Return Stack Point for subroutine call
64-bit internal data bus with 64-bit load/store
instructions
Endianness options—Little, Big, and Mixed
Endianness
JTAG/ARM-compatible ICE, and Embedded Trace
Module (ETM) for enhanced real time debug
capabilities
1-MB Unified L2/SRAM
• Eight-way, write-back and write-through cache
• Physically addressed
• Non-blocking pipeline supports multiple
outstanding requests and Hit Under Miss (HUM)
operation
• Per-way configured byte addressable SRAM or L2
cache
• I/O direct access to/from L2 cache/SRAM for all
Mbus masters, allowing data storing directly into
the L2/SRAM
• ECC protected
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Hardware Specifications
• Multi Gigabit Ethernet packet pre-loading, via a
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PCI Express Interfaces (x4, quad x1)
• PCI Express Gen 1.1 at 2.5 Gbps / 2.0 at 5 Gbps
signaling
• May be configured as either Root Complex or
Endpoint
• x1/x4 link width
• Lane polarity reversal support
• Maximum payload size of 128 bytes
• Single Virtual Channel (VC-0)
• Replay buffer support
• Extended PCI Express configuration space
• Power management: L0s and L1 ASPM active
power state support; software L1 and L2 support
• MSI/MSI-x support
• Error message support
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Configured PCI Express x4 or Quad x1 Port
• Two of the PCIe units (unit 0 and unit 1) can
operate either as one x4 port, or can be configured
to function as four independent x1 ports, useful for
interfacing multiple off-the-shelf PCI Express
devices.
• Each of the quad x1 ports is PCI Express Base 2.0
compliant, has its own register file, and supports
the same full feature set as the x4 port
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PCI Express Master Specific Features
• Host to PCI Express bridge—translates CPU
cycles to PCI Express memory or configuration
cycles
• Supports DMA bursts between memory and PCI
Express
• Supports up to four outstanding read transactions
• Maximum read request of up to 128 bytes
• Maximum write request of up to 128 bytes
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PCI Express Target Specific Features
• Supports reception of up to four read requests
• Maximum read request of up to 4 KB
• Maximum write request of up to 128 bytes
• Supports PCI Express access to all of the device’s
internal registers
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Three USB Ports
• USB 2.0 compliant with integrated PHY
• Each port can act as a USB Host or Device
(peripheral)
• Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI)
compatible as a host
• As a host, supports direct connection to all
peripheral types (LS, FS, HS)
• As a peripheral, connects to all host types (HS, FS)
and hubs
single CPU activation write transaction
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Four Gigabit Ethernet MACs
• Supports 10/100/1000/2500 Mbps
• Full wire speed receive and transmit of short
packets
• Layer 2/3/4 flexible packet modification and
hardware forwarding engine
• RGMII / MII / GMII / SGMII/ DRSGMII / QSGMII
• Priority queueing on receive based on DA,
VLAN-Tag, IP-TOS
• Per queue egress rate shaping
• Supports queuing based on Marvell® DSA Tag
• Layer2/3/4 frame encapsulation detection
• Supports long frames (up to 10K) on both receive
and transmit
• TCP/IP acceleration
• IEEE 1588v2 support
• EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) support
• Hardware buffer management for off loading the
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software-intensive tasks of buffer memory
allocation and release
DDR3 SDRAM Controller
• 32/64-bit interface with an ECC option
• DDR3 up to 800 MHz (DDR3-1600)
• Clock ratio of 1:N and 2:N between the DDR
SDRAM and the CPU core, respectively
• SSTL 1.8/1.5V/1.35 I/Os
• Auto calibration of I/Os output impedance
• Supports four SDRAM ranks
• Supports all DDR devices densities up to 4 Gb
• Supports all DIMM configurations (registered and
unbuffered, x8, or x16 SDRAM devices)
• DDR3 write and read leveling DIMM support
• DDR3 address mirroring support
• Supports DDR3 BL8
• Supports 2T and 3T modes to enable
high-frequency operation even under heavy load
configuration
• Supports SDRAM bank interleaving
• Supports up to 32 open pages
• Supports up to 128-byte burst per single memory
access
High-Speed Integrated SERDES Lanes
• Integrated 12 low-power, high-speed SERDES
PHYs, based on proven Marvell SERDES
technology
• Diverse muxing options of PCIe, SATA, SGMII,
QSGMII, and ETM interfaces
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Features
MV78260 Device
• Up to six independent endpoints, supporting
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Four XOR DMA Channels
• Useful for RAID application
• Supports XOR operation on up to eight source
blocks
• Supports iSCSI CRC-32 calculation
• Supports normal DMA transfer as well
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TDM Interface
• Supports up to 32 independent VoIP channels
• Generic interface to standard
SLIC/SLAC/DAA/codec devices
• Compatible with standard PCM highway formats
• Dedicated DMA engine per each RX and TX
channel with flexible buffer allocation and size per
channel
• Fully flexible and configurable slot allocation up to
128 full duplex slots
• Each TDM channel can be used either in
High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) Bit Oriented
protocol mode or in Transparent Protocol mode
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Device Bus Controller
• 32-bit multiplexed address/data bus
• Supports different types of standard memory
devices such as flash and ROM
• Supports NAND Flash
• Five chip selects with programmable timing
• Optional external wait-state support
• 8/16/32-bit width device support
• Up to 128B burst per a single device bus access
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Two SPI Ports
• General purpose SPI interface
• Up to 8 chip selects
• Supports boot from SPI Flash
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SD/SDIO/MMC Host Interface
• 1-bit/4-bit SDmem, SDIO, and MMC cards
• Up to 50 MHz
• Hardware generate/check CRC on all command
and data transaction on the card bus
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Four UART Interfaces
• 16750 UART compatible
• Each port has two pins for transmit and receive
operations, and two pins for modem control
functions
• One channel also supports an integrated DMA,
capable of up to 64-KB transfer
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Integrated programmable 32-bit timers/counters
and watchdog timers
Interrupt Controller
• Advanced interrupt controller with interrupt
prioritization mechanism
control, interrupt, bulk, and isochronous data
transfers
• Dedicated DMA for data movement between
memory and port
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Two Marvell® 3 Gbps (Gen2i) SATA Interfaces
• Compliant with SATA II Phase 1 specifications
- Supports SATA II Native Command Queuing
(NCQ), up to 128 outstanding commands
- First party DMA (FPDMA) full support
- Backwards compatible with SATA I devices
• Supports SATA II Phase 2 advanced features
- 3 Gbps (Gen2i) SATA II speed
- Port Multiplier (PM)—Performs FIS-based
switching as defined in SATA working group port
multiplier definition
- Port Selector (PS)—Issues the protocol-based
Out-Of-Band (OOB) sequence to select the
active host port
• Supports external SATA (eSATA)
• Supports device 48-bit addressing
• Supports ATA Tag Command Queuing
• Enhanced-DMA (EDMA) for the SATA port
- Automatic command execution without host
intervention
- Command queuing support, for up to 128
outstanding commands
- Separate SATA request/response queues
- 64-bit addressing support for descriptors and
data buffers in system memory
• Read ahead
• Advanced interrupt coalescing
• Advanced drive diagnostics via the ATA SMART
command
Two Cryptographic Engines
• Hardware implementation on encryption and
authentication engines to boost packet processing
speed
• Dedicated DMA to feed the hardware engines with
data from the internal SRAM memory or from the
DDR memory
• Implements AES, DES, and 3DES encryption
algorithms
• Implements SHA2, SHA1 and MD5 authentication
algorithms
Four-Channel Independent DMA Controller
• Chaining via linked-lists of descriptors
• Moves data from any interface to any interface
• Supports increment or hold on both the source and
destination address
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Two I2C Interfaces
• General purpose I2C master/slave
• EEPROM Serial initialization support
LCD Controller
• Either parallel or serialized LVDS interface for
connecting with remote panels
• Up to 24 bits per pixel (bpp) RGB
• Three overlay layers (video, graphics, and cursor)
• YCbCr to RGB conversion
• YCbCr 4:4:4, 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 input support
• Color management (brightness, contrast, and hue)
• Up-scaling and down-scaling support
• Linear horizontal and vertical up-scaling
• Color platter: Three 256 entries (2/4/8 bpp) for
video and graphic overlay channels
• Alpha blending support for color panels
• Dedicated DMA for data movements between
memory and port
• Pulse Width Modulation control
• Dedicated display PLL for maximum precision in
interface clock ratio
Real Time Clock
Integrated BootROM with secured boot flow
option
Multi-purpose Pins dedicated for peripheral
functions and General Purpose I/O
• Each pin can be configured independently
• GPIO inputs can be used to register interrupts from
external devices, and generate maskable interrupts
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Clock Generation Support
• Internal generation of CPU core clock, SDRAM
clock, Core clock, PCIe clock, GbE clock, USB
clock, and SATA clock from a single 25-MHz
reference clock
• Supports internal generation of spread spectrum
clocking on the CPU and SDRAM clocks
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Advanced Power Saving Modes
• Dynamic CPU frequency scaling for each of the
cores
• CPU wait for interrupt mode
• Dynamic power down options
• Selectable clock gating of different interfaces
• SDRAM Self Refresh and Power Down modes
• PCI Express, SGMII, USB, and SATA SERDES
shutdown
• Programmable thermal sensor controller with ±5°C
accuracy and overheat detection.
• Various wake up options
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FCBGA 23 x 23 mm package, pin compatible with
the MV78460 and MV78230 devices
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Revision History ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Product Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Features....................................................................................................................................................... 7
Preface ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
About this Document ..................................................................................................................................... 19
Related Documentation ................................................................................................................................. 19
Document Conventions ................................................................................................................................. 20
1
Typical Applications and System Configurations .................................................................. 21
1.1
Main CPU in a Control Plane ........................................................................................................................ 21
1.2
NVR/DVR/Hybrid Video Surveillance Application ......................................................................................... 22
1.3
Enterprise Laser Printer Application .............................................................................................................. 23
1.4
MV78260 in Dense Computing and Blade Server Applications .................................................................... 24
2
Pin Information .......................................................................................................................... 26
2.1
Pin Logic ....................................................................................................................................................... 26
2.2
Pin Descriptions ............................................................................................................................................ 28
2.3
Internal Pull-up and Pull-down Pins .............................................................................................................. 61
3
Unused Interface Strapping ...................................................................................................... 63
4
MV78260 Pin Map, Pin List, and Package Trace Lengths ..................................................... 65
5
Clocking ..................................................................................................................................... 66
5.1
Clock Domain ................................................................................................................................................ 66
5.2
Clock Frequency Configuration Options ........................................................................................................ 67
5.3
Spread Spectrum Clock Generator (SSCG) .................................................................................................. 68
6
Pin Multiplexing ......................................................................................................................... 69
6.1
Multi Purpose Pins Functional Summary ...................................................................................................... 69
6.2
Multi Purpose Pins Power Segments ............................................................................................................ 70
6.3
Multi Purpose Pins Functional Considerations .............................................................................................. 70
6.4
Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing on the MPP ............................................................................................. 71
6.5
LCD Pin Multiplexing on the MPP ................................................................................................................. 72
6.6
Serialized LVDS Transmitter ......................................................................................................................... 74
6.7
High-Speed SERDES Multiplexing ................................................................................................................ 76
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7
Reset and Initialization .............................................................................................................. 79
7.1
Power Up/Down Sequence ........................................................................................................................... 79
7.2
Hardware Reset ............................................................................................................................................ 80
7.3
PCI Express Reset ........................................................................................................................................ 82
7.4
Power On Reset (POR) ................................................................................................................................. 83
7.5
Reset Configuration ...................................................................................................................................... 83
7.6
Serial ROM Initialization ................................................................................................................................ 88
7.7
Boot Sequence .............................................................................................................................................. 90
8
JTAG Interface ........................................................................................................................... 91
8.1
Instruction Register ....................................................................................................................................... 91
8.2
Bypass Register ............................................................................................................................................ 92
8.3
JTAG Scan Chain ......................................................................................................................................... 92
8.4
ID Register .................................................................................................................................................... 92
9
Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 93
9.1
Absolute Maximum Ratings .......................................................................................................................... 93
9.2
Recommended Operating Conditions ........................................................................................................... 95
9.3
Thermal Power Dissipation ........................................................................................................................... 97
9.4
SoC Power Dissipation for Power Management Unit Low Power Modes ..................................................... 99
9.5
Current Consumption .................................................................................................................................. 101
9.6
DC Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 103
9.7
AC Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 111
9.8
Differential Interface Electrical Characteristics ............................................................................................ 148
10
Thermal Data ............................................................................................................................ 174
11
Package Mechanical Dimensions .......................................................................................... 175
12
Part Order Numbering/Package Marking .............................................................................. 176
12.1
Part Order Numbering ................................................................................................................................. 176
12.2
Package Marking ........................................................................................................................................ 177
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List of Tables
List of Tables
Revision History ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Table 1:
Revision History ............................................................................................................................... 3
Product Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Features....................................................................................................................................................... 7
Preface ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
1
Typical Applications and System Configurations ....................................................................... 21
2
Pin Information ............................................................................................................................... 26
3
Table 2:
Pin Functions and Assignments Table Key .................................................................................... 28
Table 3:
Interface Pin Prefixes ...................................................................................................................... 28
Table 4:
Gigabit Ethernet Port Interface Pin Assignments ........................................................................... 30
Table 5:
Serial Management Interface (SMI) Pin Description ....................................................................... 33
Table 6:
Device Bus/NAND Flash Interface Pin Assignments ...................................................................... 34
Table 7:
Multi Purpose Pin Assignments ...................................................................................................... 36
Table 8:
Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface Pin Description ........................................................................ 37
Table 9:
Genera Purpose Pins (GPP) Pin Description ................................................................................. 38
Table 10:
Inter-Integrated Circuit Interface (I2C) Pin Description ................................................................... 39
Table 11:
JTAG Interface Pin Description ...................................................................................................... 40
Table 12:
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Interface Pin Description ................................................................... 41
Table 13:
Miscellaneous Signals Pin Description ........................................................................................... 42
Table 14:
PCI Express (PCIe) Clocks/Reset Pin Description ......................................................................... 44
Table 15:
Precise Timing Protocol (PTP) Interface Pin Description ............................................................... 45
Table 16:
Real Time Clock (RTC) Interface Pin Description ........................................................................... 46
Table 17:
Serial-ATA (SATA) Interface Pin Description .................................................................................. 47
Table 18:
Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Interface Pin Description ........................................................ 48
Table 19:
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Pin Description ........................................................................................ 49
Table 20:
Serial Peripheral Interface 0 (SPI0) Pin Description ....................................................................... 53
Table 21:
Serial Peripheral Interface 1 (SPI1) Pin Description ....................................................................... 53
Table 22:
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) Interface Pin Description ........................................................... 54
Table 23:
Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) Interface Pin Description ......................... 55
Table 24:
USB 2.0 Interface Pin Description .................................................................................................. 56
Table 25:
SERDES Port Interface Pin Description ......................................................................................... 57
Table 26:
Power Supply Pins .......................................................................................................................... 59
Table 27:
Internal Pull-up Pins ........................................................................................................................ 61
Table 28:
Internal Pull-down Pins ................................................................................................................... 62
Unused Interface Strapping ........................................................................................................... 63
Table 29:
Unused Interface Strapping ............................................................................................................ 63
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4
MV78260 Pin Map, Pin List, and Package Trace Lengths .......................................................... 65
5
Clocking ........................................................................................................................................... 66
Table 30:
6
Pin Multiplexing .............................................................................................................................. 69
Table 31:
7
8
9
Clock Frequency Options ............................................................................................................... 67
Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing .................................................................................................. 71
Table 32:
LCD Interface Modes ...................................................................................................................... 72
Table 33:
LCD Connectivity to LVDS .............................................................................................................. 75
Table 34:
MV78260 SERDES Lanes Multiplex Options ................................................................................. 78
Reset and Initialization ................................................................................................................... 79
Table 35:
Non-Core and Core Voltages ......................................................................................................... 79
Table 36:
Reset Configuration Pins ................................................................................................................ 84
JTAG Interface ................................................................................................................................ 91
Table 37:
Supported JTAG Instructions .......................................................................................................... 92
Table 38:
IDCODE Register Map ................................................................................................................... 92
Electrical Specifications ................................................................................................................ 93
Table 39:
Absolute Maximum Ratings ............................................................................................................ 93
Table 40:
Recommended Operating Conditions ............................................................................................. 95
Table 41:
Core and CPU Thermal Power Dissipation ..................................................................................... 97
Table 42:
I/O Interface Thermal Power Dissipation ....................................................................................... 97
Table 43:
SoC Power Dissipation ................................................................................................................... 99
Table 44:
Current Consumption .................................................................................................................... 101
Table 45:
General 3.3V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 103
Table 46:
General 2.5V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 104
Table 47:
General 1.8V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 104
Table 48:
Flat Panel Display Interface (LVDS) DC Electrical Specifications ................................................ 105
Table 49:
SDRAM DDR3 (1.5V) Interface DC Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 106
Table 50:
SDRAM DDR3L (1.35V) Interface DC Electrical Specifications ................................................... 107
Table 51:
I2C Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications ............................................................................ 108
Table 52:
SPI Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications ............................................................................ 108
Table 53:
TDM Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications .......................................................................... 109
Table 54:
NAND Flash 3.3V DC Electrical Specification .............................................................................. 109
Table 55:
NAND Flash 1.8V DC Electrical Specification .............................................................................. 110
Table 56:
Reference Clock and Reset AC Timing Specifications ................................................................. 111
Table 57:
FPD AC Timing Table ................................................................................................................... 115
Table 58:
LCD AC Timing Table ................................................................................................................... 117
Table 59:
RGMII AC Timing Table ................................................................................................................ 119
Table 60:
GMII AC Timing Table .................................................................................................................. 121
Table 61:
MII/MMII MAC Mode AC Timing Table ......................................................................................... 123
Table 62:
SMI Master Mode AC Timing Table .............................................................................................. 125
Table 63:
SDRAM DDR3 (667 MHz) Interface AC Timing Table ................................................................. 127
Table 64:
SDRAM DDR3 (800 MHz) Interface AC Timing Table ................................................................ 128
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Table 65:
10
MMC Host AC Timing Table ......................................................................................................... 133
Table 67:
Device Bus Interface AC Timing Table ......................................................................................... 135
Table 68:
SPI (Master Mode) AC Timing Table ............................................................................................ 137
Table 69:
TDM Interface AC Timing Table ................................................................................................... 139
Table 70:
HDLC Interface AC Timing Table ................................................................................................. 140
Table 71:
I2C Master AC Timing Table ........................................................................................................ 142
Table 72:
I2C Slave AC Timing Table .......................................................................................................... 142
Table 73:
JTAG Interface AC Timing Table .................................................................................................. 144
Table 74:
NAND Flash AC Timing Table ...................................................................................................... 146
Table 75:
PCI Express Interface Differential Reference Clock Characteristics ............................................ 149
Table 76:
PCI Express Interface Spread Spectrum Requirements ............................................................... 149
Table 77:
PCI Express 1.1 Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics ................................................... 150
Table 78:
PCI Express 2 Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics ...................................................... 151
Table 79:
SATA I Interface Gen1i Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics ............................................. 154
Table 80:
SATA II Interface Gen2i Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics ............................................ 156
Table 81:
SATA II Interface Gen2m Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics .......................................... 157
Table 82:
USB Low Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics .................................................................. 158
Table 83:
USB Full Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics ................................................................... 159
Table 84:
USB High Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics ................................................................. 160
Table 85:
SGMII Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics (1000BASE-X) ........................................... 162
Table 86:
DR-SGMII Short Reach (SR) Driver and Receiver Characteristics .............................................. 164
Table 87:
QSGMII Driver and Receiver Characteristics ............................................................................... 168
Table 88:
sETM Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics .................................................................... 172
Thermal Data ................................................................................................................................. 174
Table 89:
11
12
SDIO Host in High-Speed Mode AC Timing Table ....................................................................... 131
Table 66:
Thermal Data for the MV78260 in FCBGA Package .................................................................... 174
Package Mechanical Dimensions ............................................................................................... 175
Part Order Numbering/Package Marking .................................................................................... 176
Table 90:
MV78260 Part Order Options ....................................................................................................... 176
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List of Figures
Revision History ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Product Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Features..................................................................................................................................................... 11
Revision History ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Product Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 5
n
MV78260 Block Diagram .................................................................................................................. 6
Features ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
Preface ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
1
2
Typical Applications and System Configurations ....................................................................... 21
Figure 1:
MV78260 as the Main CPU in a Control Plane Application ............................................................ 22
Figure 2:
MV78260 in a Hybrid Surveillance Box Application ........................................................................ 23
Figure 3:
MV78260 in an Enterprise Laser Printer Application ...................................................................... 24
Figure 4:
MV78260 in a Blade Server Application. ........................................................................................ 25
Pin Information ............................................................................................................................... 26
Figure 5:
MV78260 Pin Logic Diagram .......................................................................................................... 27
3
Unused Interface Strapping ........................................................................................................... 63
4
MV78260 Pin Map, Pin List, and Package Trace Lengths .......................................................... 65
5
Clocking ........................................................................................................................................... 66
6
Pin Multiplexing .............................................................................................................................. 69
Figure 6:
7
8
Pin Multiplexing and Connectivity Diagram .................................................................................... 75
Reset and Initialization ................................................................................................................... 79
Figure 7:
Power Up Sequence Example ........................................................................................................ 80
Figure 8:
Serial ROM Data Structure ............................................................................................................. 89
Figure 9:
Serial ROM Read Example ............................................................................................................. 90
JTAG Interface ................................................................................................................................ 91
Figure 10:
ETM-JTAG-AP-Parallel Mode ....................................................................................................... 91
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9
Electrical Specifications ................................................................................................................ 93
Figure 11:
DEV_CLK_OUT and REFCLK_OUT Reference Clock Test Circuit ............................................. 113
Figure 12:
DEV_CLK_OUT and REFCLK_OUT AC Timing Diagram ............................................................ 114
Figure 13:
FPD AC Timing Diagram .............................................................................................................. 116
Figure 14:
LCD Test Circuit ........................................................................................................................... 117
Figure 15:
LCD Transmit AC Timing Diagram ............................................................................................... 118
Figure 16:
RGMII Test Circuit ........................................................................................................................ 119
Figure 17:
RGMII AC Timing Diagram ........................................................................................................... 120
Figure 18:
GMII Test Circuit ........................................................................................................................... 121
Figure 19:
GMII Output AC Timing Diagram .................................................................................................. 122
Figure 20:
GMII Input AC Timing Diagram ..................................................................................................... 122
Figure 21:
MII/MMII MAC Mode Test Circuit .................................................................................................. 123
Figure 22:
MII/MMII MAC Mode Output Delay AC Timing Diagram ............................................................... 123
Figure 23:
MII/MMII MAC Mode Input AC Timing Diagram ............................................................................ 124
Figure 24:
MDIO Master Mode Test Circuit ................................................................................................... 125
Figure 25:
MDC Master Mode Test Circuit .................................................................................................... 126
Figure 26:
SMI Master Mode Output AC Timing Diagram ............................................................................. 126
Figure 27:
SMI Master Mode Input AC Timing Diagram ................................................................................ 126
Figure 28:
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Test Circuit ............................................................................................ 128
Figure 29:
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Write AC Timing Diagram ..................................................................... 129
Figure 30:
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Address and Control AC Timing Diagram ............................................. 129
Figure 31:
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Read AC Timing Diagram ..................................................................... 130
Figure 32:
Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Test Circuit ........................................................................... 131
Figure 33:
SDIO Host in High Speed Mode Output AC Timing Diagram ....................................................... 132
Figure 34:
SDIO Host in High Speed Mode Input AC Timing Diagram .......................................................... 132
Figure 35:
MMC Test Circuit .......................................................................................................................... 133
Figure 36:
MMC High-Speed Host Output AC Timing Diagram ..................................................................... 134
Figure 37:
MMC High-Speed Host Input AC Timing Diagram ........................................................................ 134
Figure 38:
Device Bus Interface Test Circuit ................................................................................................. 135
Figure 39:
Device Bus Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram .............................................................. 136
Figure 40:
Device Bus Interface Input AC Timing Diagram ........................................................................... 136
Figure 41:
SPI (Master Mode) Test Circuit .................................................................................................... 137
Figure 42:
SPI (Master Mode) AC Timing Diagram ....................................................................................... 138
Figure 43:
TDM Interface Test Circuit ............................................................................................................ 140
Figure 44:
TDM Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram ......................................................................... 141
Figure 45:
TDM Interface Input Delay AC Timing Diagram ............................................................................ 141
Figure 46:
I2C Test Circuit ............................................................................................................................. 143
Figure 47:
I2C Output Delay AC Timing Diagram .......................................................................................... 143
Figure 48:
I2C Input AC Timing Diagram ....................................................................................................... 143
Figure 49:
JTAG Interface Test Circuit .......................................................................................................... 144
Figure 50:
JTAG Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram ....................................................................... 145
Figure 51:
JTAG Interface Input AC Timing Diagram .................................................................................... 145
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11
Figure 52:
NAND Flash Test Circuit ............................................................................................................... 146
Figure 53:
NAND Flash Input AC Timing Diagram ......................................................................................... 147
Figure 54:
NAND Flash Output AC Timing Diagram ...................................................................................... 147
Figure 55:
PCI Express Interface 1.1 Test Circuit .......................................................................................... 152
Figure 56:
PCI Express Interface 2.0 Test Circuit .......................................................................................... 153
Figure 57:
Low/Full Speed Data Signal Rise and Fall Time .......................................................................... 160
Figure 58:
High Speed TX Eye Diagram Pattern Template ........................................................................... 161
Figure 59:
High Speed RX Eye Diagram Pattern Template ........................................................................... 161
Figure 60:
Tri-Speed Interface Driver Output Voltage Limits And Definitions ................................................ 163
Figure 61:
Driver Output Differential Amplitude and Eye Opening ................................................................ 163
Figure 62:
DR-SGMII Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions ............................................................... 165
Figure 63:
DR-SGMII Driver Output Differential Voltage under Pre-emphasis .............................................. 166
Figure 64:
DR-SGMII Driver Output Differential Amplitude and Eye Opening ............................................... 167
Figure 65:
QSGMII Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions .................................................................. 170
Figure 66:
Interconnect Insertion Loss ........................................................................................................... 170
Figure 67:
Driver Output Differential Amplitude and Eye Opening ................................................................ 171
Figure 68:
Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions ................................................................................ 173
Figure 69:
Driver Output Differential Amplitude and Eye Opening ................................................................ 173
Thermal Data ................................................................................................................................. 174
Package Mechanical Dimensions ............................................................................................... 175
Figure 70:
12
732-Pin FCBGA Package and Dimensions .................................................................................. 175
Part Order Numbering/Package Marking .................................................................................... 176
Figure 71:
Sample Part Number .................................................................................................................... 176
Figure 72:
Package Marking and Pin 1 Location (Top View) ......................................................................... 177
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Preface
About this Document
Preface
About this Document
This document provides the hardware specifications for the Marvell® MV78260 device. The
hardware specifications include detailed pin information, configuration settings, electrical
characteristics and physical specifications.
This document is intended to be the basic source of information for designers of new systems.
In this document, the MV78260 is often referred to as the “device”.
Note
Before designing a system implementing the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) interface or
the Flat Panel Display (FPD) interface, contact a Marvell® Field Applications Engineer
(FAE).
Related Documentation
The following documents contain additional information related to the MV78260. For the latest
revision, contact a Marvell representative.
Titl e
D oc u m e n t
N um b e r
ARMADA® XP Family of Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based SoC
Processors Functional Specifications
MV-S107021-00
MV78230/78x60 Design Guide
MV-S301878-00
ARMADA® XP MP Core Highly Integrated Marvell ARMv7 SoC Processors
Datasheet
MV-S108492-00
MV78230/78x60 ARMADA® XP Family of Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7
Based SoC Processors Functional Errata
MV-S501280-00
MV78230/78x60 ARMADA® XP Family of Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7
Based SoC Processors CPU Core Errata
MV-S501281-00
See the Marvell Extranet website for the latest product documentation.
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Document Conventions
The following conventions are used in this document:
Signal Range
A signal name followed by a range enclosed in brackets represents a range of logically related
signals. The first number in the range indicates the most significant bit (MSb) and the last
number indicates the least significant bit (LSb).
Example: DB_Addr[12:0]
Active Low Signals #
An n letter at the end of a signal name indicates that the signal’s active state occurs when
voltage is low.
Example: INTn
State Names
State names are indicated in italic font.
Example: linkfail
Register Naming
Conventions
Register field names are indicated by angle brackets.
Example: <RegInit>
Register field bits are enclosed in brackets.
Example: Field [1:0]
Register addresses are represented in hexadecimal format.
Example: 0x0
Reserved: The contents of the register are reserved for internal use only or for future use.
A lowercase <n> in angle brackets in a register indicates that there are multiple registers with
this name.
Example: Multicast Configuration Register<n>
Reset Values
Reset values have the following meanings:
0 = Bit clear
1 = Bit set
Abbreviations
Kb: kilobit
KB: kilobyte
Mb: megabit
MB: megabyte
Gb: gigabit
GB: gigabyte
Numbering Conventions
Unless otherwise indicated, all numbers in this document are decimal (base 10).
An 0x prefix indicates a hexadecimal number.
An 0b prefix indicates a binary number.
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Typical Applications and System Configurations
Main CPU in a Control Plane
1
Typical Applications and System
Configurations
The MV78260 can be used in a variety of applications. Examples of these applications are provided
in the following sections.
1.1
Main CPU in a Control Plane
The ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors SoC
combined with a Marvell® high-performance core processor CPU is an ideal choice for networking
control planes and switch management applications.
The ultra high-speed and bandwidth supported DRAM and the large L2 cache allow the MV78260 to
perfectly match the high-demand computing power of a control plane application. With the full
scalability from single core to quad core using an MV78260 or MV78460 device, it is possible to run
the cores in SMP mode and gain more computing power than in single CPU mode.
As the main CPU on the plane, the MV78260 is connected via an Ethernet switch to all of the other
line cards on the plane for management tasks. The switch may also be connected to the backplane
for handling packets that were not processed by the data plane, due to a lack of information or
exceptions that occur.
To backup the line cards Ethernet link from failures, the line cards can be connected in a secondary
link to the MV78260 via the High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) through the TDM interface. If the
Ethernet link fails, the HDLC is used to keep the management routines running until the link is
restored.
The other Ethernet ports of the MV78260 may be used to connect to a mirror card, a debug port, or
as a high-speed management access port for a remote host.
The multiple PCI Express (PCIe) ports provide flexibility to connect to network I/O modules and
cards. The PCIe port can be configured as one lane of x4, or four lanes of x1, to enable up to eight
different card connections, or up to three x4 lanes for increased bandwidth or a combination of
lanes.
The integrated USB controller and PHY enables a convenient interface for software code upgrades,
while the diverse flash interfaces (NOR, NAND, and SPI) allow the system designer the option to
choose the best boot option to fit the application needs and minimize the BOM cost.
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Figure 1 shows the MV78260 SoC in a control plane CPU application.
Figure 1: MV78260 as the Main CPU in a Control Plane Application
Gigabit Ethernet
Mirror Card
Ethernet
PHY
Debug Port
Gigabit
Ethernet
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
Optional
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
1 MB L2
Cache
HDLC–
Backup Link
Control Plane
Line Cards
and Modules
Backplane
Gigabit
Ethernet Switch
.
.
32/64-bit DRAM
+ ECC Option
DDR3 Memory
Device Bus
NOR / NAND /
SPI Flash
USB Port
Software Upgrade
Port
I2C , UART
Serial Ports
Coherency Fabric
Gigabit
Ethernet
MV78260
Advanced
Power
Management
Gigabit EthernetRemote Host Management
PCIe
Gen2.0
x1/x4
IO Modules&
Line Cards
(e. g DSLAM)
…
..
PCIe
Gen2.0
x1/x 4
IO Modules&
Line Cards
(e. g DSLAM)
...
Supports up to 8 modules and line cards
.
1.2
NVR/DVR/Hybrid Video Surveillance Application
Video surveillance applications, Network Video Recorders (NVR), and Digital Video
Recorders (DVR) can also take advantage of the MV78260 SoC.
The high-integration of the MV78260 that resides within the NVR box, with the high-performance
core processor CPU, drives H.264 or MPEG-2 data streams from multiple camera banks that are
connected over the GbE ports to various I/Os. These I/Os include storage (disks over PCIe or SATA
interfaces) or remote host monitoring (over Ethernet interface). The TCP acceleration features
offered by the device, and the ability to balance the work load on the CPUs handling the incoming
TCP streams, enables the platform to support dozens of the high definition IP cameras.
High-performance writes and reads to mass storage are an essential centerpiece for these
applications, and the device offers outstanding performance in this arena.
There are several storage expansion options with the two PCIe ports, offering five to eight
high-speed, 5 Gbps PCIe lanes, and enabling connectivity to mass storage or DSP banks to
interface analog cameras. The fluent PCIe-to-Memory and Memory-to-PCIe operations of the
MV78260, the effective disk access, and the core processor CPU capability to successfully handle
the high frame rate and resolution from a large number of sources, enables the device to support the
application’s target number of analog cameras.
The three USB ports with integrated PHYs, the SATA ports that can be used for eSATA extensions or
a DVD write backup interface, with the LCD interface that can be used for a local view via VGA, and
the integrated clock generation and security engine offer a complete SoC integrated solution at low
power to make this SoC the ideal choice for such applications.
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Typical Applications and System Configurations
Enterprise Laser Printer Application
Figure 2 shows an example of MV78260 in a hybrid surveillance box application.
Figure 2: MV78260 in a Hybrid Surveillance Box Application
LCD
VGA
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
1 MB
L2
Cache
Device Bus
Local Display
Ethernet
PHY
Gigabit
Ethernet
NOR / NAND /
SPI Flash
USB Port
MV78260
USB Port
Gigabit
Ethernet
.
.
USB Port
Gigabit
Ethernet Switch
Advanced
Power
Management
PCIe
Gen2 .0
x1
DSP
….
….
….
PCIe
Gen2.0
x1
I2C, UART,
GPIOs
PCIe
Gen2.0
x1
External
Hard Drive
Serial Ports,
Alarms In/Out
SATA
eSATA /
DVD Writer
SATA
DSP
PCIe to
SATA
Analog
Cameras
1.3
DDR3 Memory
Coherency Fabric
Network
IP Cameras
32/64-bit DRAM
+ ECC Option
Hard Drives
Enterprise Laser Printer Application
The MV78260 I/O integration, low power, strong core processor CPUs, and an on-chip Floating
Point Unit (FPU) makes the device an ideal solution for high-performance enterprise printer
applications. The device integrates several I/O peripherals that result in a smaller, simpler board
design with lower manufacturing cost.
The device’s advanced power save modes enable a power-saving, environmentally friendly, green
printer design that meets the restrictive power consumption requirements of worldwide energy
regulations, such as Energy Star, EuP, and Top Runners.
In addition to system level power save modes such as DRAM power save modes, Energy Efficient
Ethernet, PCIe, and USB power save modes, the MV78260 offers chip level power save options that
include power down modes, standby modes, clock throttling modes.
To complete this device’s efficient operation, it offers diverse waking options from power save
modes, such as:

Diversified Wake On LAN (WOL) options

Wake On USB

Wake On GPIO
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It also guarantees zero packet loss during the wake-up period until the CPU is powered up and
ready to process the incoming packets.
The multiple PCIe lanes allow printer designers to connect imaging ASICs to the x4 PCIe interfaces,
and use the x1 configurations for other PCIe peripherals. The three on-chip USB ports can connect
to PCs, scanners, fax machines, USB flash drives, or wireless connectivity devices. The integrated
SATA interface eliminates the need for an external SATA controller for the printer’s spooling hard
drive.
The integrated LCD controller is capable of supporting up to 24 bpp, with high resolution. It can be
used to interface with the printer’s LCD panel. The integrated SPI controller provides the option to
interface with an LCD screen, if it is used as a touch screen. As in most printers, the LCD panel is
located relatively far from the CPU, the device provides LVDS transmitters for the clock and data to
connect between the device’s LCD logic and the remote LCD panel.
Figure 3 shows a MV78260 SoC in an enterprise laser printer application.
Figure 3: MV78260 in an Enterprise Laser Printer Application
Gigabit
Ethernet
Network
USB Flash
Drive
USB Port
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
USB Port
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
1 MB
L2
Cache
32/64-bit DRAM
DDR3 Memory
Device Bus
NOR/NAND/
SPI Flash
Coherency Fabric
PC
LCD LVDS
Transmitter
MV78260
USB Port
SPI
External
Hard Drive
Advanced
Power
Management
Security
Acceleration
PCIe
Gen2.0
x4
Image
ASIC
1.4
PCIe
Gen2.0
x1
Customer
ASIC
I2C, UART,
GPIOs
LCD Panel with
Touch Screen
Serial Ports
SATA
Hard Drive
MV78260 in Dense Computing and Blade Server
Applications
The ever increasing requirement for computing power and availability in data centers is pushing the
server performance requirements to a peak. Along with that comes the increase in size, cost, power
and complexity of the data center. In fact, one of the major challenges for such applications today is
the sharp increase in power consumption and as a result the sharp increase in cooling costs and in
the complexity of the cooling infrastructure. This complexity also implies for less dense blades,
which translates into less powerful racks.
As a result, blade designs are more performance/Watt oriented rather than just raw performance
oriented.
The MV78260 maximizes the performance/Watt equation to a best in class level. The strong Marvell
Core Processor ARM CPU that can run either in AMP in SMP mode, along with a large 1MB L2
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MV78260 in Dense Computing and Blade Server Applications
cache and a fast and effective DRAM memory running at a data rate of 1600Mbps/pin (DDR3-1600),
provides the needed infrastructure for a powerful computing machine to address the high
requirements of the data center.
The ultra low power consumption of the device, removes the need for complex and expensive
cooling elements, and keep the overall power consumption of the blade at a minimum.
The device peripherals provide all the needed connectivity to the blade’s interfaces. The highbandwidth PCIe ports may be used as connectivity ports towards the storage ranks, while the SGMII
and DRSGMII (SGMII at 2.5 Gbps) can be connected to the backplane. A local disk may be
connected to the MV78260 via the SATA port.
Figure 4 shows the MV78260 in a typical blade server application.
Figure 4: MV78260 in a Blade Server Application.
Remote
Management
Ethernet
PHY
Ethernet
PHY
Switch
Ethernet
PHY
Switch
Gigabit
Ethernet
64-bit +
ECC DRAM
DDR3 Memory
Device Bus
NOR/NAND/
SPI Flash
MV78260
USB Port
SW Upgrade
Port
Advanced
Power
Management
I2C, UART
Marvell® Core
Processor
CPU ARMv7
32K-I, 32K-D
Up to 1.6 GHz
1 MB L2
Cache
Coherency Fabric
Gigabit
Ethernet
Gigabit
Ethernet
PCIe
Fibre
Channel Card
SATA
Local
Storage
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Pin Information
This section provides the pin logic diagram for each device and a detailed description of the pin
assignments and their functionality.
2.1
Pin Logic
This section provides the pin logic diagram for the MV78260.
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Figure 5: MV78260 Pin Logic Diagram
DEV_A [2:0]
Flat Panel Display
DEV_A D[31:0]
LVLCD_CLKOUT/LVLCD_CLKOUTn
LVLCD[3:0]/LVLCDn[3:0]
DEV_A LE[1:0]
DEV_B OOTCSn
DEV_B URSTn
LCD_CLK
Device Bus
DEV_CSn[3:0]
DEV_OEn
LCD_D[23:0]
LCD Parallel
Interface
LCD_DE
LCD_HSYNC
DEV_REA DYn
LCD_P WM
DEV_WEn[3:0]
LCD_VSYNC
DEV_CLK_OUT
LCD_EXT_REF_CLK
JT_RSTn
GE0_COL
JT_CLK
JT_TDI
GE0_CRS
JTAG Interface
GE0_RXCLK
JT_TDO
GE0_RXD[7:0]
JT_TM S_CORE
GMII/MII Interface
JT_TM S_CP U
GE0_RXDV
GE0_RXERR
GE0_TXCLK
REF_CLK_XIN
GE0_TXD[7:0]
XOUT
GE0_TXEN
REFCLK_OUT
GE0_TXCLKOUT
M Rn
CDRn
SYSRST_OUTn
GE<n>_RXD[3:0]
Miscellaneous
SYSRSTn
GE<n>_RXCTL
RGMII Interface
CORE_A VS_FB
CP U_A VS_FB
GE<n>_RXCLK
GE<n>_TXD[3:0]
GE<n>_TXCTL
GE<n>_TXCLKOUT
P EX0_CLK_P /N
P EX1_CLK_P /N
n = 0 thru 1
PCIe Clocks/Reset
P CIe_CLKREQ[1:0]
SMI Interface
P CIe_RSTOUTn
RTC_XIN
RTC_XOUT
GE_M DIO
P TP _CLK
RTC Interface
PTP Interface
RTC_A LA RM n
P TP _EVENT_REQ
P TP _TRIG_GEN
SD0_CLK
SD0_CM D
GE_M DC
TDM _INT[7:0]n
SDIO/MMC Interface
SD0_D[3:0]
TDM _RSTn
TDM Interface
TDM _DRX
TDM _DTX
M _A [15:0]
TDM _FSYNC
M _B A [2:0]
TDM _P CLK
M _CA Sn
SATA Interface
M _CB [7:0]
M _CKE[3:0]
SA TA <n>_P RESENT_A CTIVEn
n = 0 thru 1
M _CLKOUT/M _CLKOUTn[3:0]
M _CSn[3:0]
M _DM [8:0]
SDRAM DDR3
Interface
SERDES Interface
M _DQ[63:0]
SRD<n>_RX_P /N
SRD<n>_TX_P /N
n = 0 thru 11
M _DQS/M _DQSn[8:0]
M _ODT[3:0]
SP I<n>_CSn[7:0]
M _RA Sn
SPI Interface
M _RESETn
M _WEn
SP I<n>_M ISO
SP I<n>_M OSI
SP I<n>_SCK
M _B B
n = 0 thru 1
M _VTT_CTRL
M _DECC_ERR
USB <n>_DP
USB <n>_DM
I2C Interface
UA <n>_RXD
UART Interface
NF_RB n
NF_IO[15:0]
TWSI<n>_SDA
n = 0 thru 1
USB Interface
n = 0 thru 2
NF_CLE/NF_A LE
TWSI<n>_SCK
NAND Flash Interface
UA <n>_TXD
UA <n>_CTS
UA <n>_RTS
n = 0 thru 3
NF_REn/NF_WEn
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2.2
Pin Descriptions
This section details all the pins for the different interfaces providing a functional description of each
pin and pin attributes.
Table 2 defines the abbreviations and acronyms used in the pin description tables.
Table 2:
Pin Functions and Assignments Table Key
Te r m
D e fi n it io n
<n>
Represents port number when there are more than one ports
Analog
Analog Driver/Receiver or Power Supply
Calib
Calibration pad type
CML
Current Mode Logic
CMOS
Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor
DDR
Double Data Rate
GND
Ground Supply
HCSL
High-speed Current Steering Logic
I
Input
I/O
Input/Output
LVDS
Low-Voltage Differential Signaling
O
Output
OD
Open Drain pin
Power
Power Supply
SDR
Single Data Rate
SSTL
Stub Series Terminated Logic
t/s
Tri-State pin
TS
Tri-State Value
XXXn
n - Suffix represents an Active Low Signal
Table 3:
Interface Pin Prefixes
In t e r f a c e
Prefix
Gigabit Ethernet
GE_
JTAG
JT_
Liquid Crystal Display
LCD_
LCD Flat Panel Display (LVDS)
LVLCD_
SDRAM
M_
Misc
N/A
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Table 3:
Interface Pin Prefixes (Continued)
In t e r f a c e
Prefix
MPP
N/A
NAND Flash
NF_
PCI Express
PEX_
PCIe_
Precise Time Protocol
PTP_
Real Time Clock
RTC_
Secure Digital Input/Output
SDIO_
SERDES
SRD_
SPI
SPI_
TDM
TDM_
I2C
TWSI_
UART
UA_
USB
USB_
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Gigabit Ethernet Port Interface Pin Assignments
Note
Table 4:
The GE0/GE1 signals are implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin Interface. See
Section 6, Pin Multiplexing, on page 69.
Gigabit Ethernet Port Interface Pin Assignments
Pin Name
I/O
P in Ty pe
Power
R a il
Description
O
CMOS
VDDO_A
RGMII Transmit Clock
Provides 125 MHz for 1000 Mbps, 25 MHz for 100 Mbps, and
2.5 MHz for 10 Mbps.
All RGMII output pins are referenced to GE0_TXCLKOUT
GbE Port0
GE0_
TXCLKOUT
GMII Transmit Clock
All GMII output pins are referenced to GE0_TXCLKOUT.
GE0_TXCLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_B
MII Transmit Reference Clock
This clock is provided by an external PHY device connected to the
MAC.
All MII output pins are referenced to GE0_TXCLK.
GE0_TXD[3:0]
O
CMOS DDR
VDDO_A
RGMII Transmit Data
Contains the transmit data nibble outputs that run at double data
rate.
Bits [3:0] are presented on the rising edge of GE0_TXCLKOUT.
CMOS SDR
MII Transmit Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_TXCLK.
GMII Transmit Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_TXCLKOUT
GE0_TXD[7:4]
O
CMOS SDR
VDDO_A
GMII Transmit Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_TXCLKOUT.
GE0_TXCTL/
GE0_TXEN
O
CMOS DDR
VDDO_A
RGMII Transmit Control
A logical derivative of transmit data enable (TXEN) on
GE0_TXCLKOUT rising edge, and data error (TXERR) on
GE0_TXCLKOUT falling edge.
CMOS SDR
MII Transmit Enable
Indicates that the packet is being transmitted on the data lines.
This pin is referenced to GE0_TXCLK.
GMII Transmit Enable
Indicates that the packet is being transmitted on the data lines.
This pin is referenced to GE0_TXCLKOUT.
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Table 4:
Gigabit Ethernet Port Interface Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin Name
I/O
P in Ty pe
Power
R a il
Description
GE0_CRS
I
CMOS
VDDO_B
MII Carrier Sense Indication
This signal is relevant for half-duplex mode only.
This signal is asynchronous.
GMII Carrier Sense Indication
This signal is relevant for half-duplex mode only.
This signal is asynchronous.
GE0_RXD[3:0]
I
CMOS DDR
VDDO_A
CMOS SDR
RGMII Receive Data
Contains the receive data nibble inputs that run at double data
rate.
Bits [3:0] are presented on the rising edge of GE0_RXCLK.
MII Receive Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GMII Receive Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GE0_RXD[7:4]
I
CMOS SDR
VDDO_A
GMII Receive Data
This bus is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GE0_RXERR
I
CMOS SDR
VDDO_B
MII Receive Error
This pin is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GMII Receive Error
This pin is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GE0_RXCTL/
GE0_RXDV
I
CMOS DDR
VDDO_A
CMOS SDR
RGMII Receive Control
A logical derivative of receive data valid (RXDV) on GE0_RXCLK
rising edge, and data error (RXERR) on GE0_RXCLK falling edge.
MII Receive Data Valid
This pin is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GMII Receive Data Valid
This pin is referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GE0_RXCLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_A
RGMII Receive Clock
Receives 125 MHz for 1000 Mbps, 25 MHz for 100 Mbps, and
2.5 MHz for 10 Mbps.
All RGMII input pins are referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
MII Receive Clock
RXD, RXDV, and RXERR pins are referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GMII Receive Clock
RXD, RXDV, and RXERR pins are referenced to GE0_RXCLK.
GE0_COL
I
CMOS
VDDO_B
MII Collision Indication
This signal is relevant for half-duplex mode only.
This signal is asynchronous.
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Gigabit Ethernet Port Interface Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin Name
I/O
P in Ty pe
Power
R a il
Description
GE1_
TXCLKOUT
O
CMOS
VDDO_B
RGMII Transmit Clock
Provides 125 MHz for 1000 Mbps, 25 MHz for 100 Mbps, and
2.5 MHz for 10 Mbps.
All RGMII output pins are referenced to GE1_TXCLKOUT.
GE1_TXD[3:0]
O
CMOS DDR
VDDO_B
RGMII Transmit Data
Contains the transmit data nibble outputs that run at double data
rate.
Bits [3:0] are presented on the rising edge of GE1_TXCLKOUT.
GE1_TXCTL
O
CMOS DDR
VDDO_B
RGMII Transmit Control
A logical derivative of transmit data enable (TXEN) on
GE1_TXCLKOUT rising edge, and data error (TXERR) on
GE1_TXCLKOUT falling edge.
GE1_RXD[3:0]
I
CMOS DDR
VDDO_B
RGMII Receive Data
Contains the receive data nibble inputs that run at double data
rate.
Bits [3:0] are presented on the rising edge of GE1_RXCLK.
GE1_RXCTL
I
CMOS DDR
VDDO_B
RGMII Receive Control
A logical derivative of receive data valid (RXDV) on GE1_RXCLK
rising edge, and data error (RXERR) on GE1_RXCLK falling edge.
GE1_RXCLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_B
RGMII Receive Clock
Receives 125 MHz for 1000 Mbps, 25 MHz for 100 Mbps, and
2.5 MHz for 10 Mbps.
All RGMII input pins are referenced to GE1_RXCLK.
GbE Port1
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Table 5:
Serial Management Interface (SMI)
Serial Management Interface (SMI) Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
GE_MDC
O
CMOS
VDDO_A
Serial Management Interface Data Clock
Provides the timing reference for the transfer of the
GE_MDIO signal.
NOTE: When not used, can be left NC.
This pin has an integrated pull-down resistor.
GE_MDIO
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_A
Serial Management Interface Data Input/Output
Must be pulled up to VDDO_A using a 2.0 kilohm resistor.
NOTE: When not used, must be pulled up to VDDO_A.
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Table 6:
Device Bus/NAND Flash Interface Pin Assignments
Device Bus/NAND Flash Interface Pin Assignments
Pin Name
I/ O
P in Ty p e
P ow e r
Rail
Description
DEV_CSn[3:0]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as the device bus chip select that
corresponds to ranks [3:0].
NOTE: These pins have integrated pull-up resistors.
For a NAND Flash interface, used as a chip enable signal.
NOTE: DEV_CSn[0] is the boot chip select for the NAND Flash
Controller 2.0, only.
DEV_BOOTCSn
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
Device Bus Boot Chip Select
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-up resistor.
When the boot device is a NAND Flash interface, use
DEV_CSn[0] as the boot chip select for the NAND Flash
Controller 2.0.
DEV_OEn/
DEV_A[15]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as device bus output enable.
Used as DEV_A[15] (device address bus) during first ALE cycle
(DEV_ALE[1]).
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-up resistor.
For a NAND Flash interface, used as NF_REn.
DEV_WEn[3:0]/
DEV_A[16]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as a device bus byte write enable (bit per
byte).
DEV_WEn[0] is used as DEV_A[16] (device address bus) during
first ALE cycle (DEV_ALE[1]).
NOTE: DEV_WEn[3:2] are multiplexed, see Section 6.1, Multi
Purpose Pins Functional Summary, on page 69.
DEV_WEn[0] has an integrated pull-up resistor.
DEV_WEn[1] has an integrated pull-down resistor.
For the NAND Flash interface, see the functional
specification for further information on their usage.
For a NAND Flash interface, DEV_WEn[0] is used as NF_WEn.
DEV_ALE[1:0]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
Device Bus Address Latch Enable
NOTE: These pins have integrated pull-down resistors.
DEV_AD[7:0]/
DEV_A[13:6]/
DEV_A[26:19]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as DEV_AD[7:0] (device data bus) during
the data phase. Driven by MV78260 on write access, and by the
device on read access.
Used as DEV_A[13:6] (device address bus) during first ALE cycle
(DEV_ALE[1]).
Used as DEV_A[26:19] (device address bus) during second ALE
cycle (DEV_ALE[0]).
NOTE: These pins have integrated pull-up/down resistors.
For a NAND Flash interface, used as NF_IO[7:0].
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Table 6:
Device Bus/NAND Flash Interface Pin Assignments (Continued)
Pin Name
I/ O
P in Ty p e
P ow e r
Rail
Description
DEV_AD[15:8]/
DEV_A[14]/
DEV_A[15]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as DEV_AD[15:8] (device data bus)
during the data phase. Driven by MV78260 on write access, and
by the device on read access.
DEV_AD[8] is used as DEV_A[14] (device address bus) during
first ALE cycle (DEV_ALE[1]).
DEV_AD[8] is used as DEV_A[15] (device address bus) during
second ALE cycle (DEV_ALE[0]).
NOTE: These pins have integrated pull-up/down resistors.
For a NAND Flash interface, used as NF_IO[15:8].
DEV_AD[31:16]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
Used as DEV_AD[31:16] (device data bus) during the data
phase.
Driven by MV78260 on write access, and by the device on read
access.
NOTE: These signals are multiplexed, see Section 6.1, Multi
Purpose Pins Functional Summary, on page 69.
DEV_A[2:0]/
DEV_A[5:3]/
DEV_A[18:16]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as the device bus address.
DEV_A[2:0] is used during the data phase.
DEV_A[2:0] is not latched, but connected directly to the device. It
is an incrementing address in case of burst access.
Used as DEV_A[5:3] during the first ALE cycle (DEV_ALE[1]).
Used as DEV_A[18:16] during the second ALE cycle
(DEV_ALE[0]).
NOTE: These pins have integrated pull-up/down resistors.
For a NAND Flash interface:
• DEV_A[0] is NF_CLE (Command Latch Enable)
• DEV_A[1] is NF_ALE (Address Latch Enable)
DEV_READYn
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
For a Device bus, used as the Device READY signal.
Used as cycle extender when interfacing a slow device.
When inactive during a device access, the access is extended
until DEV_READYn assertion.
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-down resistor.
DEV_BURSTn/
DEV_LASTn
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
Device Burst/Device Last
NOTE: This signal is multiplexed on MPP, see Section 6.1, Multi
Purpose Pins Functional Summary, on page 69.
DEV_CLK_OUT
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_
DEV
Device Clock Output
Clock reference when in synchronous device bus mode.
The pin can be configured to drive a clock running at 1:N of TCLK
rate.
NOTE: This signal is multiplexed on MPP, see Section 6.1, Multi
Purpose Pins Functional Summary, on page 69.
NF_RBn
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_D
EV
NAND Flash READY/BUSY signal to indicate the target status.
When the signal is low, it indicates that one or more operations
are in progress.
NOTE: This signal is multiplexed on MPP, see Section 6.1, Multi
Purpose Pins Functional Summary, on page 69.
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Multi Purpose Pin Assignment
Note
Table 7:
See Section 6, Pin Multiplexing, on page 69 for additional information about the MPP
pins.
Multi Purpose Pin Assignments
Pin Name
I/O
P in
Ty p e
Power
R a il s
D e sc r ip ti on
MPP[11:0]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_A
Multi Purpose Pins
Various functionalities
NOTE: These pins have internal pull-up/down resistors.
MPP[23:12]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_B
Multi Purpose Pins
Various functionalities
NOTE: These pins have internal pull-up/down resistors.
MPP[35:24]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_C
Multi Purpose Pins
Various functionalities
NOTE: These pins have internal pull-up/down resistors.
MPP[47:36]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_D
Multi Purpose Pins
Various functionalities
NOTE: These pins have internal pull-up/down resistors.
MPP[66:48]
t/s
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_
DEV
Multi Purpose Pins
Various functionalities
NOTE: These pins have internal pull-up/down resistors.
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Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface

Note
Table 8:

Before designing a system implementing the Flat Panel Display (FPD) interface,
contact a Marvell® Field Applications Engineer (FAE).
When unused, can be left unconnected.
Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
LVLCD_CLKOUTn
LVLCD_CLKOUT
O
LVDS
VDDO_FPD
Differential LVDS pixel clock output.
LVLCDn[3:0]
LVLCD[3:0]
O
LVDS
VDDO_FPD
Differential LVDS data output.
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General Purpose Pins (GPP)
Each individual pin can be defined as an input, output, or edge-sensitive interrupt input.
These pins can be used for indications retrieving or for peripherals control.
Table 9:
Genera Purpose Pins (GPP) Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
GPIO[11:0]
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_A
General Purpose Pin(s)
GPIO[23:12]
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_B
General Purpose Pin(s)
GPIO[35:24]
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_C
General Purpose Pin(s)
GPIO[47:36]
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_D
General Purpose Pin(s)
GPIO[66:48]
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_
DEV
General Purpose Pin(s)
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Inter-Integrated Circuit Interface (I2C)
I2C and TWSI both refer to the same interface. Either name can be used in this document.
Table 10: Inter-Integrated Circuit Interface (I2C) Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
Where <n> represents numbers 0 thru 1
TWSI<n>_SCK
I/O
OD
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
TWSI (I2C) Serial Clock
Serves as output when acting as a TWSI (I2C) master.
Serves as input when acting as a TWSI (I2C) slave.
NOTE: Requires a 4.7 kohm pull-up resistor to
VDDO_MISC.
TWSI<n>_SDA
I/O
OD
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_MISC
TWSI (I2C) Serial Data/Address
Address or write data driven by the TWSI (I2C) master or
read response data driven by the TWSI (I2C) slave.
NOTE: Requires a 4.7 kohm pull-up resistor to
VDDO_MISC.
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JTAG Interface
The device supports a JTAG interface and is compliant with the IEEE 1149.1 standard.
It supports mandatory and optional boundary scan instructions.
Table 11: JTAG Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
JT_CLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Clock
JT_TDI, JT_TDO, JT_TMS_CORE and JT_TMS_CPU
are referenced to this clock.
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-down resistor.
JT_TDI
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Data Input
Sampled on JT_CLK rising edge.
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-up resistor.
JT_TDO
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Data Output
Driven on JT_CLK falling edge.
JT_TMS_CORE
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Mode Select
Sampled on JT_CLK rising edge.
TMS signal for boundary scan mode (see the JTAG
Interface section).
NOTE: When unused, must be pulled up to VDDO_MISC.
JT_TMS_CPU
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Mode Select
Sampled on JT_CLK rising edge.
TMS signal for CPU debugger and trace mode (see the
JTAG Interface section).
CPU for debugger connectivity
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-up resistor.
JT_RSTn
I
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
JTAG Test Asynchronous Reset
NOTE: This pin has an integrated pull-down resistor.
If this pull-down conflicts with other devices, the
JTAG tool must not use this signal. This signal is
not mandatory for the JTAG interface, since the
TAP (Test Access Port) can be reset by driving the
JT_TMS signal HIGH for 5 JT_CLK cycles.
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2.2.9
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Interface
The device supports the following resolutions:

One layer: Up to 1024x768

Two layers: Up to 1024x600
For the targeted resolution, select the 25 MHz or 27 MHz reference clock.

Note

Before designing a system implementing the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
interface, contact a Marvell® Field Applications Engineer (FAE).
This interface is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more
information, see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
Table 12: Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
LCD_CLK
O
CMOS
VDDO_C
LCD Pixel Clock
LCD_E, LCD_D[23:0], LCD_HSYNC, and LCD_VSYNC
are referenced to this clock.
LCD_D[11:0]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_A
LCD Data Bus
This signal is referenced to LCD_CLK.
NOTE: The power rail is determined by which MPP pin is
configured to support these signals. For more
information, see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
LCD_D[23:12]
VDDO_B
LCD_E
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
LCD Data Enable (pixel valid indication)
This signal is referenced to LCD_CLK.
LCD_PWM
O
CMOS
VDDO_C
LCD Pulse Width Modulation Control
LCD_EXT_REF_CLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_C
LCD Reference clock for generating LCD pixel clock when
internal clock is unused.
LCD_HSYNC
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
LCD Horizontal Synchronization
This signal is referenced to LCD_CLK.
If an external VGA DAC is used, this signal can control the
signals delay to compensate for the external DAC pipeline
delay.
LCD_VSYNC
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
LCD Vertical Synchronization
This signal is referenced to LCD_CLK.
If an external VGA DAC is used, this signal can control the
signals delay to compensate for the external DAC pipeline
delay.
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2.2.10
Miscellaneous Signals
The Miscellaneous signals list contains clocks, reset, and PLL related signals.
Table 13: Miscellaneous Signals Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
CDRn
I
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
Active low, CPU Debugger Reset input.
May be used by the debugger logic to reset the device.
NOTE: This pin is internally pulled up.
MRn
I
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
Active-Low, Manual Reset Input
MRn is the connected within the SoC to the interval Power
on Reset (POR) logic, therefore triggering the assertion of
the SYSRST_OUTn pin.
The POR maintains the assertion of the SYSRST_OUTn
pin as long as the MRn is asserted low, and for an
additional 100 ms after MRn de-assertion.
NOTE: MRn doesn’t reset the device, it only triggers the
SYSRST_OUTn pin.
This pin is internally pulled up.
REF_CLK_XIN
I
CMOS
XTAL_AVDD
Reference clock input from the external oscillator or input
from the external crystal. Used as input to core and CPU
PLLs, LCD PLL, USB PLL, and Serdes PLL.
XOUT
O
Analog
XTAL_AVDD
Feedback signal to the external crystal.
REFCLK_OUT
O
CMOS
VDDO_D
25 MHz output clock
NOTE: This signal is multiplexed. For more information,
see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins Functional
Summary.
SYSRST_OUTn
O
OD
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
Reset request from the device to the board reset logic.
NOTE: Requires a pull-up resistor to VDDO_MISC.
SYSRSTn
I
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
System Reset
Main reset signal of the device.
Used to reset all units to their initial state.
NOTE: For reset timing, see in the device Design Guide.
M_NCAL
Calib
VDDO_M
Memory SDRAM Interface Calibration.
Calibrates output NMOS driver and ODT.
Connect to VDDO_M through a 931 ohm +/- 1% resistor.
M_PCAL
Calib
VDDO_M
Memory SDRAM Interface Calibration.
Calibrates output PMOS driver and ODT.
Connect to VSS through a 931 ohm +/- 1% resistor.
Analog
AVS_SSCG_
AVDD
Feedback voltage to the VDD regulator.
NOTE: This pin can be required for some specific
frequency configurations that are listed in
Table 30, Clock Frequency Options, on page 67. If
this pin’s usage is not required, leave this pin
unconnected.
CORE_AVS_FB
O
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Table 13: Miscellaneous Signals Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
CPU_AVS_FB
O
Analog
AVS_SSCG_
AVDD
Feedback voltage to the VDD_CPU regulator.
NOTE: This pin is required for some specific frequency
configurations that are listed in Table 30, Clock
Frequency Options, on page 67. If this pin’s usage
is not required, leave this pin unconnected.
SRD_ISET
Calib
Analog reference current for the SERDES and USB
interfaces.
This pin must be tied to a 6.04 kilohm ±1% pull-down
resistor.
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2.2.11
PCI Express (PCIe) Clocks/Reset
Table 14: PCI Express (PCIe) Clocks/Reset Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
PEX0_CLK_P/N
I/O
HCSL
XTAL_AVDD
PCI Express Reference Clock 100 MHz Differential pair.
As an output, each pin must be pulled down through a
49.9 ohm ±1% resistor.
NOTE: When unused, these signals can be left
unconnected.
PEX1_CLK_P/N
O
HCSL
XTAL_AVDD
PCI Express Reference Clock 100 MHz Differential pair.
Each pin must be pulled down through a 49.9 ohm ±1%
resistor.
NOTE: When unused, these signals can be left
unconnected.
PCIe_RSTOUTn
O
CMOS
VDDO_D
Endpoint external triggered reset.
For further details, refer to the RESET section.
NOTE: This signal is multiplexed. For more information,
see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins Functional
Summary.
Where <n> represents the numbers of 0 thru 1
PCIe_CLKREQ<n>
I
CMOS
VDDO_D
Endpoint request to enable/disable the reference clock.
NOTE: These signals are multiplexed. For more
information, see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins
Functional Summary.
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2.2.12
Precise Timing Protocol (PTP) Interface
Note
This interface is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more information,
see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing. The power rail is determined by the MPP selection.
Table 15: Precise Timing Protocol (PTP) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
PTP_CLK
I
CMOS
VDDO_B or
VDDO_C
PTP reference clock for time stamping.
PTP_EVENT_REQ
I
CMOS
VDDO_B or
VDDO_C
PTP capturing event time.
PTP_TRIG_GEN
O
CMOS
VDDO_B or
VDDO_C
PTP pulse signal.
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2.2.13
Real Time Clock (RTC) Interface
Table 16: Real Time Clock (RTC) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
RTC_ALARMn
O
OD
CMOS
RTC_AVDD
Active low, open drain, real time clock alarm output.
Indicates when the Real Time Clock (RTC) reaches the
alarm date/time.
NOTE: This pin requires an external 100 Kohm pull-up
resistor to RTC_AVDD.
RTC_XIN
I
Analog
RTC_AVDD
Crystal Clock Input.
RTC_XOUT
O
Analog
RTC_AVDD
Crystal Clock Output (feedback).
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Serial-ATA (SATA) Interface
Table 17: Serial-ATA (SATA) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
Where <n> represents numbers 0 thru 1
SATA<n>_PRESENT
_ACTIVEn
O
CMOS
VDDO_B,
VDDO_C, or
VDDO_D
Disk Present Indication.
NOTE: These signals are multiplexed. For more
information, see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins
Functional Summary. The power rail is determined
by the MPP selection.
SATA<n>_RX_P
SATA<n>_RX_N
I
CML
SRD_AVDD
Receive Lane Differential pair of SATA.
NOTE: These pins are muxed on the SERDES interface.
For more information, see Section 6.5 High Speed
SERDES Multiplexing.
SATA<n>_TX_P
SATA<n>_TX_N
O
CML
SRD_AVDD
Transmit Lane Differential pair of SATA.
NOTE: These pins are muxed on the SERDES interface.
For more information, see Section 6.5 High Speed
SERDES Multiplexing.
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2.2.15
Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Interface
Note
This interface is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more information,
see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
Table 18: Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
SD0_CLK
O
CMOS
VDDO_C
SDIO Clock Output
SD0_CMD and SD0_D[3:0] signals are referenced to this
clock.
SD0_CMD
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
SDIO Command/Response
This signal is referenced to SD0_CLK.
NOTE: This pin must be pulled up to VDDO_C through a
10 kilohm resistor.
SD0_D[3:0]
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
SDIO Data Bus
This bus is referenced to SD0_CLK.
NOTE: This bus must be pulled up to VDDO_C through a
10 kilohm resistor.
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SDRAM DDR3 Interface
Table 19: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
M_A[15:0]
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Address Outputs
Provides the row address for ACTIVE commands (RASn),
the column address, Auto Precharge bit (A[10]) and Burst
Chop (A[12]) information for
READ/WRITE commands (CASn), to determine, with the
bank address bits (BA), the DRAM address.
These signals are referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0]
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
M_BA[2:0]
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Bank Address Outputs
Selects one of the eight virtual banks during an ACTIVE
(M_RASn), READ/WRITE (M_CASn), or PRECHARGE
command.
These signals are referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
M_BB
I
CMOS
VDDO_B,
VDDO_C, or
VDDO_D
DRAM Battery Backup Trigger
Once asserted high, the device will immediately put the
DRAM in self refresh mode.
NOTE: This pin is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin
interface. For more information, see Section 6, Pin
Multiplexing. The power rail is determined by the
MPP selection.
M_CASn
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Column Address Strobe
Asserted to indicate an active column address driven on
the address lines.
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
M_CB[7:0]
I/O
SSTL
DDR
VDDO_M
DRAM ECC Check Bits
Driven during writes to the DRAM. Driven by the DRAM
during reads.
These signals are referenced to M_DQS[8] and
M_DQSn[8].
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
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Table 19: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
M_CLKOUT[3:0]
M_CLKOUTn[3:0]
O
SSTL
VDDO_M
DRAM Differential Clock Output
All address and control output signals are clocked on the
crossing of the positive edge of M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
negative edge of M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
With a 32-bit DRAM interface:
M_DQS[4:0]/M_DQSn[4:0] output (during the WRITE data
phase) is referenced to the crossings of M_CLKOUT[3:0]
and M_CLKOUTn[3:0] (both directions of crossing).
With a 64-bit DRAM interface:
M_DQS[8:0]/M_DQSn[8:0] output (during the WRITE data
phase) is referenced to the crossings of M_CLKOUT[3:0]
and M_CLKOUTn[3:0] (both directions of crossing).
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected. For
additional details, see also Unused Interface
Strapping chapter.
M_CLKOUT[0] and M_CLKOUTn[0] cannot be
disabled and is always driven.
M_CKE[3:0]
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Clock Enable Control
Driven high to enable DRAM clock.
Driven low when setting the DRAM in self Refresh Mode
or Power Down mode.
All M_CKE[3:0] pins are driven together (no separate self
refresh or power down mode per each DRAM rank).
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0]
M_CLKOUTn[3:0] and CKn.
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
M_CSn[3:0]
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Chip Select Control
Asserted to select a specific DRAM physical rank.
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0]
M_CLKOUTn[3:0] and CKn.
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
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Table 19: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
M_DM[8:0]
O
SSTL
DDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Data Mask
With a 32-bit DRAM interface:
Driven during writes to the DRAM to mask the
corresponding group of M_DQ[31:0] and
M_DQS[4:0]/M_DQSn[4:0] pins.
This signal is referenced to M_DQS[4:0] and
M_DQSn[4:0].
With a 64-bit DRAM interface:
Driven during writes to the DRAM to mask the
corresponding group of M_DQ[63:0] and M_DQS[8:0]/
M_DQSn[8:0] pins.
This signal is referenced to M_DQS[8:0] and
M_DQSn[8:0].
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
When configured to 32-bit mode, M_DM[7:4] can
be left unconnected.
M_DQ[63:0]
I/O
SSTL
DDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Data Bus
Driven during writes to the DRAM. Driven by the DRAM
during reads.
With a 32-bit DRAM interface, these signals are
referenced to M_DQS[4:0] and M_DQSn[4:0].
With a 64-bit DRAM interface, these signals are
referenced to M_DQS[8:0] and M_DQSn[8:0].
NOTE: For additional details with unused pins, see the
section “Unused Interface Strapping”.
When configured to 32-bit mode, M_DQ[63:32]
can be left unconnected.
M_DQS[8:0]
M_DQSn[8:0]
I/O
SSTL
DDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Data Strobe
Data strobe for input and output data.
Driven during writes to the DRAM. Driven by the DRAM
during reads.
NOTE: For additional details with unused pins, see the
section “Unused Interface Strapping”.
When configured to 32-bit mode, M_DQS[7:4] and
M_DQSn[7:4] can be left unconnected.
M_ODT[3:0]
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM On Die Termination Control
Driven to the DRAM to turn on/off DRAM on die
termination resistor.
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
M_RASn
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Row Address Strobe
Asserted to indicate an active row address driven on the
address lines.
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
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Table 19: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
M_RESETn
O
CMOS
VDDO_M
DRAM active low asynchronous reset.
NOTE: When unused, can be left unconnected.
M_WEn
O
SSTL
SDR
VDDO_M
DRAM Write Enable Command
Active low.
Asserted to indicate a WRITE command to the DRAM.
This signal is referenced to M_CLKOUT[3:0] and
M_CLKOUTn[3:0].
M_VTT_CTRL
O
CMOS
VDDO_C or
VDDO_D
Memory VTT Power Control
Controls the EN pin of a VTT power regulator that is used
for switching on/off the board’s termination voltage for the
address/control lines.
NOTE: This signal is implemented on the Multi Purpose
Pin interface. For more information, see Section 6,
Pin Multiplexing. The power rail is determined by
the MPP selection.
M_DECC_ERR
O
CMOS
VDDO_C
Memory Double ECC Error
Asserted upon a double ECC error detected during read
data phase from DRAM. Remains active as long as the
<DBit> field in the in the DDR Controller Interrupt Cause
register is asserted.
For further information about the DDR Controller Interrupt
Cause register, refer to the device’s functional
specifications.
NOTE: This signal is implemented on the Multi Purpose
Pin interface. For more information, see Section 6,
Pin Multiplexing. The power rail is determined by
the MPP option.
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2.2.17
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
Note
This interface is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more information,
see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
Table 20: Serial Peripheral Interface 0 (SPI0) Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
SPI0_CSn[7:0]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_D
SPI Chip-Select
This signal is referenced to SPI0_SCK.
NOTE: This pin must be pulled up to VDDO_D.
SPI0_MISO
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_D
SPI Data In (Master In / Slave Out)
This signal is referenced to SPI0_SCK.
SPI0_MOSI
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_D
SPI Data Out (Master Out / Slave In)
This signal is referenced to SPI0_SCK.
SPI0_SCK
O
CMOS
VDDO_D
SPI Clock Output
All SPI0 signals are referenced to this clock.
Table 21: Serial Peripheral Interface 1 (SPI1) Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
SPI1_CSn[7:0]
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_B,
VDDO_D
SPI Chip-Select
This signal is referenced to SPI1_SCK.
NOTE: This pin must be pulled up to the relevant power
rail.
SPI1_MISO
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_B,
VDDO_D
SPI Data In (Master In / Slave Out)
This signal is referenced to SPI1_SCK.
SPI1_MOSI
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_B,
VDDO_D
SPI Data Out (Master Out / Slave In)
This signal is referenced to SPI1_SCK.
SPI1_SCK
O
CMOS
VDDO_B,
VDDO_D
SPI Clock Output
All SPI1 signals are referenced to this clock.
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2.2.18
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) Interface
Note
This interface is implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more information,
see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
Table 22: Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
TDM_DRX
I
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) Input Data
This signal is referenced to TDM_PCLK.
TDM_DTX
O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) Output Data
This signal is referenced to TDM_TX_PCLK.
TDM_INTn[6:0]
I
CMOS
VDDO_C
Interrupt input from the SLIC device.
TDM_INTn[7]
VDDO_D
TDM_RSTn
O
CMOS
VDDO_C
SLIC asynchronous reset signal.
TDM_FSYNC
I/O
CMOS
SDR
VDDO_C
Frame Synchronous Signal
Driven by the device if configured as Frame master.
Input to the device (driven by an external component) if
configured as Frame slave.
This signal is referenced to TDM_PCLK.
TDM_PCLK
I/O
CMOS
VDDO_C
Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) Bit Clock
Driven by the device if configured as PCLK master.
Input to the device (driven by an external component) if
configured as PCLK slave.
TDM_FSYNC and TDM_DRX are referenced to this clock.
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2.2.19
Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART)
Interface
Note
The following are dedicated pins: UA0_RXD, UA1_RXD, UA0_TXD, and UA1_TXD.
The remaining signals are implemented on the Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more
information, see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
Table 23: Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (UART) Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
UA0_CTS
UA1_CTS
I
CMOS
VDDO_D
UART Clear To Send
NOTE: UART<n>_CTS pins are implemented on the Multi
Purpose Pin interface. For more information, see
Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
UA2_CTS
UA3_CTS
UA0_RTS
UA1_RTS
VDDO_D
O
CMOS
UA2_RTS
UA3_RTS
UA0_RXD
UA1_RXD
VDDO_D
I
CMOS
UA2_RXD
UA3_RXD
UA0_TXD
UA1_TXD
UA2_TXD
UA3_TXD
VDDO_D
VDDO_MISC
VDDO_D
O
CMOS
VDDO_MISC
VDDO_D
UART Request To Send
NOTE: UART<n>_RTS pins are implemented on the Multi
Purpose Pin interface. For more information, see
Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
UART Receive Data
NOTE: UART 2/3 RXD pins are implemented on the Multi
Purpose Pin interface. For more information, see
Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
UART Transmit Data
NOTE: UA0_TXD/UA1_TXD have an integrated
pull-down resistor.
UA2_TXD/UA3_TXD pins are implemented on the
Multi Purpose Pin interface. For more information,
see Section 6, Pin Multiplexing.
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2.2.20
USB 2.0 Interface
When unused, can be left unconnected.
Note
Table 24: USB 2.0 Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
USB_AVDD
and
USB_AVDDL
USB 2.0 Data Differential Pair.
NOTE: USB1_DP/DM pins are actually a CMOS pin type
when configured to the Low Speed mode.
Where <n> represents numbers 0 thru 2
USB<n>_DP
USB<n>_DM
I/O
CML
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Pin Descriptions
2.2.21
SERDES Port Interface
Note
The SERDES interface supports the following modes: PCI Express, SATA, USB,
SGMII, DR-SGMII, QSGMII, and sETM.
Table 25: SERDES Port Interface Pin Description
Pin Name
I/ O
Pin
Ty pe
Power Rail
D e s c r i p t io n
Where <n> represents numbers 0 thru 11
SRD<n>_RX_N
I
CML
SRD_AVDD
Receive data: Differential analog input of SERDES Port
<n>.
SRD<n>_RX_P
I
CML
SRD_AVDD
Receive data: Differential analog input of SERDES Port
<n>.
SRD<n>_TX_N
O
CML
SRD_AVDD
Transmit data: Differential analog output of SERDES Port
<n>.
SRD<n>_TX_P
O
CML
SRD_AVDD
Transmit data: Differential analog output of SERDES Port
<n>.
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Reserved/Not Connected Pins
Pin Name
D e s c r i p t io n
RSVD_VSS
Reserved
Must be connected to VSS ground.
RSVD_VDD_CPU
Reserved.
Must be connected to VDD_CPU power.
RSVD_VDD
Reserved.
Must be connected to VDD power.
RSVD_NC
Reserved
Must be not connected.
NC
Not connected.
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Pin Descriptions
2.2.23
Power Supply Pins
Table 26 provides the voltage levels for the various interface pins. These also include the analog
power supplies for the PLLs or PHYS.
Table 26: Power Supply Pins
Pin Name
Pi n Ty p e
D es c r ip t i o n
VDD
Power
0.9V core voltage
VDD_CPU
Power
1.05/1.1V CPU core and CPU subsystem voltage
VDDO_MISC
Power
3.3V I/O supply voltage for the TWSI0/1, UART0/1, and JTAG interfaces,
and the following signals:
• SYSRSTn
• SYSRST_OUTn
• MRn
• CDRn
VDDO_M
Power
1.35/1.5/1.8V I/O supply voltage for the SDRAM interface
VDDO_A
Power
1.8/2.5/3.3V I/O supply voltage for the SMI interface and MPP[11:0]
VDDO_B
Power
1.8/2.5/3.3V I/O supply voltage for the MPP[23:12]
VDDO_C
Power
1.8V or 3.3V I/O supply voltage for the MPP[35:24]
VDDO_D
Power
3.3V I/O supply voltage for the SPI interface and MPP[47:36]
VDDO_DEV
Power
1.8V or 3.3V I/O supply voltage for the Device Bus interface and MPP[66:48]
VDDO_FPD
Power
1.8V I/O supply voltage for Flat Panel Display interface
VHV
Power
1.8V I/O supply voltage for eFuse
Connect the power supply to the VHV ball only when burning the eFuse.
When reading the eFuse and in all other times, disconnect the power supply
from the VHV ball. The VHV is left floating.
CORE_TDM_PLL_
AVDD
Analog Power
1.8V Core PLL and TDM PLL quiet power supply
NOTE: Implement the PLL filter as described in the ARMADA® XP Highly
Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors
Design Guide.
CPU_PLL_AVDD
Analog Power
1.8V CPU PLL quiet power supply
NOTE: Implement the PLL filter as described in the ARMADA® XP Highly
Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors
Design Guide.
USB_AVDD
Analog Power
3.3V USB 2.0 PHY quiet power supply
NOTE: See the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors Design Guide for power supply filtering
recommendations.
USB_AVDDL
Analog Power
1.8V USB 2.0 PHY quiet power supply
NOTE: See the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors Design Guide for power supply filtering
recommendations.
SRD_AVDD
Analog Power
1.8V SERDES quiet power supply
NOTE: See the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors Design Guide for power supply filtering
recommendations.
RTC_AVDD
Analog Power
3.0V (via the battery) or 3.3V (via the board) RTC interface voltage
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Pin Name
Pi n Ty p e
D es c r ip t i o n
XTAL_AVDD
Analog Power
1.8V XTAL and PCI Express clock outputs quiet power supply
NOTE: See the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based
System-on-Chip Processors Design Guide for power supply filtering
recommendations.
AVS_SSCG_AVDD
Analog Power
1.8V CORE_AVS, CPU_AVS, and the Spread Spectrum Clock Generator
(SSCG) quiet power supply
VSS
Ground
Ground
XTAL_AVSS
Analog Ground
XTAL quiet ground
CPU_PLL_AVSS
Analog Ground
CPU PLL quiet ground
CORE_TDM_PLL_
AVSS
Analog Ground
TDM PLL quiet ground
AVS_SSCG_AVSS
Analog Ground
CORE_AVS, CPU_AVS, and SSCG quiet ground
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Internal Pull-up and Pull-down Pins
2.3
Internal Pull-up and Pull-down Pins
Table 27 and Table 28 lists the pins of the device package that are connected to internal pull-up and
pull-down resistors. When these pins are Not Connected (NC) on the system board, these resistors
set the default value for input and sample at reset configuration pins.
The internal pull-up and pull-down resistor value is 50 k. An external resistor with a lower value can
override this internal resistor.
For the pin location, see the attached Excel file in Section 4, MV78260 Pin Map, Pin List, and
Package Trace Lengths, on page 65.
Table 27: Internal Pull-up Pins
P in N a m e
Pin Name
Pin Name
Pin Name
Pi n N am e
CDRn
GE_MDIO
MPP[21]
MPP[38]
MPP[57]
DEV_AD[3]
MPP[0]
MPP[22]
MPP[39]
MPP[58]
DEV_AD[5]
MPP[3]
MPP[23]
MPP[40]
MPP[59]
DEV_AD[7]
MPP[6]
MPP[25]
MPP[41]
MPP[60]
DEV_AD[8]
MPP[7]
MPP[26]
MPP[42]
MPP[61]
DEV_AD[9]
MPP[8]
MPP[27]
MPP[43]
MPP[62]
DEV_BOOTCSn
MPP[9]
MPP[28]
MPP[44]
MPP[63]
DEV_CSn[0]
MPP[10]
MPP[29]
MPP[45]
MPP[64]
DEV_CSn[1]
MPP[11]
MPP[30]
MPP[46]
MPP[65]
DEV_CSn[2]
MPP[13]
MPP[31]
MPP[47]
MPP[66]
DEV_CSn[3]
MPP[14]
MPP[32]
MPP[49]
MRn
DEV_OEn
MPP[15]
MPP[33]
MPP[51]
TWSI0_SCK
DEV_Wen[0]
MPP[16]
MPP[34]
MPP[53]
TWSI0_SDA
JT_TDI
MPP[18]
MPP[35]
MPP[54]
TWSI1_SCK
JT_TMS_CORE
MPP[19]
MPP[36]
MPP[55]
TWSI1_SDA
JT_TMS_CPU
MPP[20]
MPP[37]
MPP[56]
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P in N a m e
Pin Name
DEV_A[0]
DEV_WEn[1]
DEV_A[1]
GE_MDC
DEV_A[2]
JT_CLK
DEV_AD[0]
JT_RSTn
DEV_AD[1]
MPP[1]
DEV_AD[2]
MPP[2]
DEV_AD[4]
MPP[4]
DEV_AD[6]
MPP[5]
DEV_AD[10]
MPP[12]
DEV_AD[11]
MPP[17]
DEV_AD[12]
MPP[24]
DEV_AD[13]
MPP[48]
DEV_AD[14]
MPP[50]
DEV_AD[15]
MPP[52]
DEV_ALE[0]
UA0_TXD
DEV_ALE[1]
UA1_TXD
DEV_READYn
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3
Unused Interface Strapping
Table 29 lists the signal strapping for systems in which some of the MV78260 interfaces are unused.
Table 29: Unused Interface Strapping
Unused Interface
Str a p p in g
Device
Connect VDDO_DEV to 1.8V or 3.3V.
The Device bus signals can be left unconnected.
SDRAM
If there are unused clock pairs:
• Leave the unused pair unconnected.
• In the DDR Controller Control (Low) register (Offset: 0x1404), set <Clk1Drv>
(bit[12]),<Clk2Drv> (bit[13]), or <Clk3Drv> (bit[15]) to 0 (high-Z).
NOTE: M_CLKOUT[0] and M_CLKOUTn[0] cannot be disabled and are always driven.
The following SDRAM signals can be left unconnected when unused:
• M_A
• M_BA
• M_CB
• M_DM
• M_DQ
• M_DQS/DQSn
• M_CSn
• M_ODT
• M_CKE
Ethernet SMI
GE_MDIO must be pulled up with a 1–4.7 kilohm resistor to VDDO_A.
I2C
Unused TWSI<n>_SDA and TWSI<n>_SCK signals must be pulled up with a
1–4.7 kilohm resistor to VDDO_MISC.
JTAG
If the JT_TMS_CORE is:
• Not connected: There is no need for an external pull-up.
• Connected: JT_TMS_CORE must kept high if unused (i.e. pulled up).
UART
Unused UA<n>_RXD signals must be pulled up with a 1–4.7 kilohm resistor to
VDDO_MISC.
Unused UA<n>_TXD signals can be left unconnected.
MPP
Configure unused signals as GPIO outputs. No external pullups are required.
Leave the power rail driving the unused MPPs connected as follows:
• Leave VDDO_A connected to 1.8V or 2.5V or 3.3V.
• Leave VDDO_B connected to 1.8V or 2.5V or 3.3V.
• Leave VDDO_C connected to 1.8V or 3.3V.
• Leave VDDO_D connected to 3.3V.
• Leave VDDO_DEV connected to 1.8V or 3.3V.
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Table 29: Unused Interface Strapping
Unused Interface
Str a p p in g
USB
Unused USB<n>_DP and USB<n>_DM signals can be left unconnected.
Power down any unused USB ports via the register configuration.
If all the USB ports are unused:
• Discard the power filter.
• Connect USB_AVDD to VSS.
• Connect USB_AVDDL to VSS.
SERDES
Unused SRD<n>_TX_P/N and SRD<n>_RX_P/N signals can be left unconnected.
Power down any unused SERDES port via register configuration.
If all the SERDES ports are unused:
• Discard the power filter.
• Connect SRD_AVDD to VSS.
PCI Express Clocks
Unused signals can be left unconnected.
To power down the PECL receiver, write 0 to the Ana Grp Config register
(offset: 0x0001847C) <PU_CLK> bit[10].
If the PCIe_CLKREQ pins are not required, the relevant MPP pins must be configured to a
different mode. For further information, see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins Functional
Summary, on page 69.
Flat Panel Display
Unused signals can be left unconnected
If all signals in this interface are unused, VDDO_FPD can also be left unconnected.
RTC
RTC_AVDD, RTC_XIN, and RTC_XOUT can be left unconnected.
RTC Alarm
RTC_ALARMn can be left unconnected.
If unused, the external pull-up can be removed. Configure the alarm register to 32’b0 and
then the clear control register field to 1.
Adaptive Voltage Scaling
(AVS)
CPU_AVS_FB and CORE_AVS_FB can be left unconnected.
AVS_SSCG_AVDD and AVS_SSCG_AVSS must be left connected.
Discard the power filter only if all of the following pins are not in use:
• CPU AVS
• CORE AVS
• SSCG
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MV78260 Pin Map, Pin List, and Package
Trace Lengths
The MV78260 pin lists and package trace lengths are provided as Excel file attachments.
To open the attached Excel pin list file, double-click the pin icon below:
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5
Clocking
5.1
Clock Domain
The MV78260 has multiple clock domains:
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PCLK0, PCLK1: Marvell® Core Processor ARM CPU clocks—up to 1.6 GHz1
NBCLK: The Coherent Fabric clock. Also used as the L2 cache clock—up to 800 MHz1
HCLK: The SDRAM controller internal clock—up to 400 MHz1
DRAMCLK: The SDRAM interface clock—up to 800 MHz1
TCLK: The device’s core clock—250 MHz.
DEV_CLK_OUT: Up to TCLK/4
PCI Express clock:
• Runs at 250 MHz when configured to Gen1.1
• Runs at 500 MHz when configured to Gen2.0
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GbE ports clock:
• 125 MHz for 1000 Mbps
• 25 MHz for 100 Mbps
• 2.5 MHz for 10 Mbps
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5.1.1
SMI clock: Up to TCLK/8
SATA clock: Runs at 150 MHz
USB clock: Runs up to 480 MHz (at High Speed mode)
UART clock: Up to TCLK frequency divided by 16
SPI clock: Up to 50 MHz
I2C clock: Up to 100 kHz
LCD clock: Up to 65 MHz for both parallel and LVDS interfaces
SDIO clock: Up to 50 MHz
TDM clock: Up to 8.192 MHz
Clock Ratios
The supported PCLK0-to-NBCLK clock ratios are 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 and 2:3.
The supported NBCLK-to-HCLK clock ratios are 1:N and 2:N.
The supported HCLK-to-DRAMCLK clock ratios are 1:1 and 1:2. According to this defined ratio, SW
needs to configure the DRAM controller’s working mode to be 1:1 or 1:2.
The supported PCLK0-to-PCLK<n> clock ratios are 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3.
1. Controlled by the Spread Spectrum Clock Generator (SSCG). For details, see Section 5.3, Spread Spectrum Clock
Generator (SSCG), on page 68.
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Clocking
Clock Frequency Configuration Options
The PCLK0-to-NBCLK ratios, NBCLK-to-HCLK ratios, and HCLK-to-DRAMCLK ratios are
determined via reset strapping. Table 30 summarizes the possible frequencies of the various
domains as a function of the selected CPU speed.
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Note
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5.2
To set up target clock frequencies, first select the target CPU speed via CPU0
Clock Frequency Select in Table 36, Reset Configuration Pins, on page 84 reset
straps, and then configure the Fabric Frequency Options reset straps to the
specified index according to Table 30.
The PCLK0 frequency specifies the target frequency of CPU0. The other CPU core
default clock frequency is set to the selected NBCLK frequency. As part of the
CPU0 boot flow, and in case a different speed target is required for the other core,
the software needs to reconfigure the target frequencies for the other core through
the software.
PCLK0 frequency must always be greater or equal to PCLK<n>.
Clock Frequency Configuration Options
Table 30 lists the various frequency options and the supported CPU0 speeds that may be configured
via the <CPU0 Clock Frequency Select> field in Non-Core and Core Voltages (Table 35 p. 87) reset
straps.
Table 30: Clock Frequency Options
NOTE: The Fabric Frequency Configuration Index column applies to the reset strap vector represented by
the <Fabric Frequency Options> field in Non-Core and Core Voltages (Table 35 p. 87).
CPU0 Clock
Frequency
(PCLK) [MHz]
N B C LK [ M H z ]
HC LK [ M Hz]
D R A M C L K [M H z ]
Fabric
F r e qu e n c y
C o nf ig u r a ti on
I n de x
800
400
200
400
5
1066
533
267
533
5
1200
600
300
600
5
1200
600
200
400
9
1333
667
333
667
5
15001
750
375
750
5
15002
750
250
500
9
16002
800
266
533
9
16002
800
320
640
10
16002
800
400
800
5
1. The CPU_AVS_FB pin must be used with this clock frequency. For further information on AVS
usage, see the MV78230/78x60 Design Guide (MV-S301878-00).
2. The CORE_AVS_FB and CPU_AVS_FB pins must be used with this clock frequency. For further
information on AVS usage, see the MV78230/78x60 Design Guide.
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5.3
Spread Spectrum Clock Generator (SSCG)
The Spread Spectrum Clock Generator (SSCG) may be used to generate the spread spectrum clock
for the PLL input. See <SSCG Disable> in Table 36, Reset Configuration Pins, on page 84, for
SSCG enable/disable configuration settings.
The SSCG block can be configured to perform up spread, down spread and center spread.
The modulation frequency is configurable. The typical frequency is 30 kHz.
The spread percentage can also be configured up to 1%.
For additional details, see the SSCG Configuration Register description in the device’s Functional
Specifications.
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Pin Multiplexing
Multi Purpose Pins Functional Summary
6
Pin Multiplexing
6.1
Multi Purpose Pins Functional Summary
The device contains 67 Multi Purpose Pins (MPP).
Each pin can be assigned a different functionality through the configuration of the MPP Control
register. These configuration options include:
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GPIO: General Purpose In/Out Port, each of the 67 MPP pins may be configured as a GPIO
signals—see the General Purpose I/O Port section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
DEV_BURSTn/DEV_LASTn, DEV_WEn[3:2], DEV_AD[31:16]: Device Bus interface
signals—see the Device Bus section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
NF_RBn: Ready/Busy indication for the NAND Flash interface—See Table 6, Device
Bus/NAND Flash Interface Pin Assignments, on page 34
DEV_CLK_OUT: Outputs a divided core clock (TCLK)—see the Device Bus section in the
device’s Functional Specifications.
TDM_INTn[7:0], TDM_RSTn, TDM_PCLK, TDM_FSYNC, TDM_DRX, TDM_DTX: TDM (Voice)
interface signals—see the TDM section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
SPI<n>_CS[7:0]n, SPI<n>_SCK, SPI<n>_MISO, SPI<n>_MOSI (n= 0 thru 1): SPI (Serial
Peripheral Interface) signals—see the SPI section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
UA0_CTSn, UA0_RTSn, UA1_CTSn, UA1_RTSn, UA2_RXD, UA2_TXD, UA2_CTSn,
UA2_RTSn, UA3_RXD, UA3_TXD, UA3_CTSn, UA3_RTSn: UART pins—see the UART
section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
I2C signals: TWSI0/1_SDA, TWSI0/1_SCK
SD0_CLK, SD0_CMD, SD0_D[3:0]: SDIO interface—see the SDIO section in the device’s
Functional Specifications.
PTP_EVENT_REQ, PTP_TRIG_GEN, PTP_CLK: Precise Timing Protocol signals—see the
Gigabit Ethernet Controller section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
GE<n>_TXCLKOUT, GE<n>_TXD[3:0], GE<n>_TXCTL, GE<n>_RXD[3:0], GE<n>_RXCTL,
GE<n>_RXCLK (n= 0 thru 1): Ethernet RGMII signals for ports 0 and 1 —see the Gigabit
Ethernet Controller section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
GE0_TXD[7:4], GE0_TXCLK, GE0_COL, GE0_RXERR, GE0_CRS, GE0_RXD[7:4]: GbE port0
signals when configured to GMII/MII interface—see the Gigabit Ethernet Controller section in
the device’s Functional Specifications. Also, see Table 31, Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing for
port mode selections.
SATA<n>_PRESENT_ACTIVEn (n= 0 thru 1): Combined SATA active and SATA present
indications—see the Serial-ATA section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
M_BB: SDRAM battery backup trigger—see the SDRAM Self Refresh section in the device’s
Functional Specifications.
M_VTT_CTRL, M_DECC_ERR: VTT power regulator control and asserted signal upon double
ECC error detection during the read data phase from DRAM. See the SDRAM section the
device’s Functional Specifications.
LCD_D[23:0], LCD_HSYNC, LCD_VSYNC, LCD_PWM, LCD_CLK, LCD_E,
LCD_VGA_HSYNC, LCD_VGA_VSYNC: LCD interface signals—see Table 32, LCD Interface
Modes, on page 72 for pin allocation and the LCD section in the device’s Functional
Specifications.
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LCD_EXT_REF_CLK: Optional reference clock for the LCD interface. See the LCD section in
the device’s Functional Specifications.
REFCLK_OUT: Stable 25 MHz output clock from the device. Can be used as reference input
clock for other components on the board.
PCIe_CLKREQ0, PCIe_CLKREQ1: When the port is configured as RC, endpoints may drive
the clock request to high. This causes the PCI clock request to be gated. During normal
operations, the clock request should be driven low, which means the PCI clock is not held. For
further information, see the PCI Express section in the device’s Functional Specifications.
PCIe_RSTOUTn: PCIe reset out indication. See the PCI Express section in the device’s
Functional Specifications.
The attached Excel file lists each MPP pins’ functionality as determined by the MPP Multiplex
registers. For more information, refer to the Pins Multiplexing Interface Registers section in the
device’s Functional Specifications.
To open the attached Excel MPP map file, double-click the pin icon below:
MV78260 MPP Map
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Multi Purpose Pins Power Segments
The different power segments for each of the MPP pins is listed in the Power Pins Description table
in Table 26, Power Supply Pins, on page 59.
The voltage level of VDDO_C and VDDO_DEV is determined by a reset strap. The voltage level of
VDDO_A and VDDO_B is 3.3V by default, with a register configurable option to 1.8/2.5V or 2.5V.
Refer to the System Considerations section in the ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core
ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors Functional Specifications for more information about
voltage setting.
6.3
Multi Purpose Pins Functional Considerations
When configuring MPP pins note the following issues, also refer to the attached Multi Purpose Pin
Functional Summary Table:

For MPPs assigned as NOR or SPI flash, the wake-up mode after reset depends on the Boot
mode (see the Boot Device Type Selection field in Table 36, Reset Configuration Pins, on
page 84).

There are a few options for the boot device as listed in Table 36. The value set in field Boot
Device Type Selection determines the type of the boot select during reset. The values set in
Table 36 effect the default value of <MPPSel> fields in the MPP Control registers.
• If Boot Device Type Selection is set to 0x0 (boot from a NOR flash) and the Boot Device
Width is set to 0x0 (32-bit bus interface), MPP[66:49] pins wake up as Device Bus signals.
• If Boot Device Type Selection is set to 0x3, MPP[39:36] pins wake up as SPI flash signals.
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



6.4
UART0, UART1, UART2, and UART3 signals are duplicated on some MPP pins. The UART0,
UART1, UART2, or UART3 signals must not be configured to more than one MPP option.
All other MPP interface pins wake up after reset in 0x0 mode (GPIO). By default, these pins are
set to Data Output disabled (Tri-State). Therefore, these MPPs are in fact inputs.
Some of the MPP pins are sampled during SYSRSTn de-assertion to set the device
configuration. These pins must be driven to the correct value during reset (see Table 36, Reset
Configuration Pins, on page 84).
Pins that are left as GPIO and are not connected must be configured as outputs via the GPIO
registers after SYSRSTn de-assertion (see General Purpose I/O section in the ARMADA® XP
Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors Functional
Specifications).
Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing on the MPP
There are two Gigabit Ethernet ports that are multiplexed on the MPP pins.

Each of these Gigabit Ethernet ports can operate in RGMII mode.

Port 0 also supports GMII/MII signaling.
The device also contains a SERDES interface that can be used as SGMII interfaces for port 0, 1, 2,
and 3. Once a port is configured as an SGMII port, it cannot be selected as an RGMII/GMII/MII port
on the MPP pins. The SGMII interface may be selected on various SERDES options (see
Section 6.7, High-Speed SERDES Multiplexing, on page 76. Do not select more than one SERDES
option for the same GbE port.
Table 31 lists the Gigabit Ethernet multiplexing pin configuration options for Port0 and Port1, when
the port is not used as SGMII.
Table 31: Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing
MPP #
GE0 GMII, GE1
is S G M I I or
N/A
G E0 M I I, G E1
i s S G M II o r
N /A
G E 0 R G M II ,
G E 1 ei t h e r
S G M I I o r N /A
GE1 RGMII,
GE0 either
SG M II o r N / A
Both GE0 and
GE1 are RGMII
MPP[0]
GE0_TXCLKOUT
(out)
N/A
GE0_TXCLKOUT
(out)
N/A
GE0_TXCLKOUT
(out)
MPP[1]
GE0_TXD[0] (out)
GE0_TXD[0] (out)
GE0_TXD[0] (out)
N/A
GE0_TXD[0] (out)
MPP[2]
GE0_TXD[1] (out)
GE0_TXD[1] (out)
GE0_TXD[1] (out)
N/A
GE0_TXD[1] (out)
MPP[3]
GE0_TXD[2] (out)
GE0_TXD[2] (out)
GE0_TXD[2] (out)
N/A
GE0_TXD[2] (out)
MPP[4]
GE0_TXD[3] (out)
GE0_TXD[3] (out)
GE0_TXD[3] (out)
N/A
GE0_TXD[3] (out)
MPP[5]
GE0_TXEN (out)
GE0_TXEN (out)
GE0_TXCTL (out)
N/A
GE0_TXCTL (out)
MPP[6]
GE0_RXD[0] (in)
GE0_RXD[0] (in)
GE0_RXD[0] (in)
N/A
GE0_RXD[0] (in)
MPP[7]
GE0_RXD[1] (in)
GE0_RXD[1] (in)
GE0_RXD[1] (in)
N/A
GE0_RXD[1] (in)
MPP[8]
GE0_RXD[2] (in)
GE0_RXD[2] (in)
GE0_RXD[2] (in)
N/A
GE0_RXD[2] (in)
MPP[9]
GE0_RXD[3] (in)
GE0_RXD[3] (in)
GE0_RXD[3] (in)
N/A
GE0_RXD[3] (in)
MPP[10]
GE0_RXDV (in)
GE0_RXDV (in)
GE0_RXCTL (in)
N/A
GE0_RXCTL (in)
MPP[11]
GE0_RXCLK (in)
GE0_RXCLK (in)
GE0_RXCLK (in)
N/A
GE0_RXCLK (in)
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Table 31: Gigabit Ethernet Pins Multiplexing (Continued)
MPP #
GE0 GMII, GE1
is S G M I I or
N/A
G E0 M I I, G E1
i s S G M II o r
N /A
G E 0 R G M II ,
G E 1 ei t h e r
S G M I I o r N /A
GE1 RGMII,
GE0 either
SG M II o r N / A
Both GE0 and
GE1 are RGMII
MPP[12]
GE0_TXD[4] (out)
N/A
N/A
GE1_TXCLKOUT
(out)
GE1_TXCLKOUT
(out)
MPP[13]
GE0_TXD[5] (out)
N/A
N/A
GE1_TXD[0] (out)
GE1_TXD[0] (out)
MPP[14]
GE0_TXD[6] (out)
N/A
N/A
GE1_TXD[1] (out)
GE1_TXD[1] (out)
MPP[15]
GE0_TXD[7] (out)
N/A
N/A
GE1_TXD[2] (out)
GE1_TXD[2] (out)
MPP[16]
N/A
GE0_TXCLK (in)
N/A
GE1_TXD[3] (out)
GE1_TXD[3] (out)
MPP[17]
GE0_COL (in)
GE0_COL (in)
N/A
GE1_TXCTL (out)
GE1_TXCTL (out)
MPP[18]
GE0_RXERR (in)
GE0_RXERR (in)
N/A
GE1_RXD[0] (in)
GE1_RXD[0] (in)
MPP[19]
GE0_CRS (in)
GE0_CRS (in)
N/A
GE1_RXD[1] (in)
GE1_RXD[1] (in)
MPP[20]
GE0_RXD[4] (in)
N/A
N/A
GE1_RXD[2] (in)
GE1_RXD[2] (in)
MPP[21]
GE0_RXD[5] (in)
N/A
N/A
GE1_RXD[3] (in)
GE1_RXD[3] (in)
MPP[22]
GE0_RXD[6] (in)
N/A
N/A
GE1_RXCTL (in)
GE1_RXCTL (in)
MPP[23]
GE0_RXD[7] (in)
N/A
N/A
GE1_RXCLK (in)
GE1_RXCLK (in)
Note
6.5
When using GbE signals on MPPs, all relevant GbE signals (except those marked
as N/A) must be implemented. For example, if using MII, and the chosen PHY does not
have an MII_RXERR out signal, the GE0_RXERR on the MPP pin must still be
configured accordingly and must have a pull-down resistor.
LCD Pin Multiplexing on the MPP
The LCD interface is multiplexed on MPP[28:0] (see Table 32). Not all LCD panels require the full
29 pins. Any pins that are not used as LCD pins, may be used for different pin assignment according
to the options shown in the attached Excel file (see Section 6.1, Multi Purpose Pins Functional
Summary, on page 69). The supported LCD interface modes are listed in Table 32.
Table 32: LCD Interface Modes
MPP Pin
L C D Pi n
Mode 0
Mode 1
Mode 2
M od e 3
Dumb Panel
2 4 - b it C o lo r
8:8:8
D um b P a ne l
1 8 - b it C o lo r
6:6:6
D u m b P an e l
1 6- b it C o l o r
5:6:5
Dumb Panel
12-bit Color
4:4:4
MPP[0]
LCD_D[0]
Red[0]
Red[2]
Red[3]
Red[4]
MPP[1]
LCD_D[1]
Red[1]
Red[3]
Red[4]
Red[5]
MPP[2]
LCD_D[2]
Red[2]
Red[4]
Red[5]
Red[6]
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Table 32: LCD Interface Modes (Continued)
MPP Pin
L C D Pi n
Mode 0
Mode 1
Mode 2
M od e 3
Dumb Panel
2 4 - b it C o lo r
8:8:8
D um b P a ne l
1 8 - b it C o lo r
6:6:6
D u m b P an e l
1 6- b it C o l o r
5:6:5
Dumb Panel
12-bit Color
4:4:4
MPP[3]
LCD_D[3]
Red[3]
Red[5]
Red[6]
Red[7]
MPP[4]
LCD_D[4]
Red[4]
Red[6]
Red[7]
Green[4]
MPP[5]
LCD_D[5]
Red[5]
Red[7]
Green[2]
Green[5]
MPP[6]
LCD_D[6]
Red[6]
Green[2]
Green[3]
Green[6]
MPP[7]
LCD_D[7]
Red[7]
Green[3]
Green[4]
Green[7]
MPP[8]
LCD_D[8]
Green[0]
Green[4]
Green[5]
Blue[4]
MPP[9]
LCD_D[9]
Green[1]
Green[5]
Green[6]
Blue[5]
MPP[10]
LCD_D[10]
Green[2]
Green[6]
Green[7]
Blue[6]
MPP[11]
LCD_D[11]
Green[3]
Green[7]
Blue[3]
Blue[7]
MPP[12]
LCD_D[12]
Green[4]
Blue[2]
Blue[4]
N/A
MPP[13]
LCD_D[13]
Green[5]
Blue[3]
Blue[5]
N/A
MPP[14]
LCD_D[14]
Green[6]
Blue[4]
Blue[6]
N/A
MPP[15]
LCD_D[15]
Green[7]
Blue[5]
Blue[7]
N/A
MPP[16]
LCD_D[16]
Blue[0]
Blue[6]
N/A
N/A
MPP[17]
LCD_D[17]
Blue[1]
Blue[7]
N/A
N/A
MPP[18]
LCD_D[18]
Blue[2]
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPP[19]
LCD_D[19]
Blue[3]
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPP[20]
LCD_D[20]
Blue[4]
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPP[21]
LCD_D[21]
Blue[5]
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPP[22]
LCD_D[22]
Blue[6]
N/A
N/A
N/A
MPP[23]
LCD_D[23]
Blue[7]
BIAS_OUT
(32 kHz)
BIAS_OUT
(32 kHz)
BIAS_OUT
(32 kHz)
MPP[24]
LCD_HSY
NC
H_Sync
H_Sync
H_Sync
H_Sync
MPP[25]
LCD_VSY
NC
V_Sync
V_Sync
V_Sync
V_Sync
MPP[26]
LCD_CLK
Pixel_Clock
Pixel_Clock
Pixel_Clock
Pixel_Clock
MPP[27]
LCD_E
Data Enable
Data Enable
Data Enable
Data Enable
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Table 32: LCD Interface Modes (Continued)
MPP Pin
MPP[28]
Note
6.6
L C D Pi n
LCD_PWM
Mode 0
Mode 1
Mode 2
M od e 3
Dumb Panel
2 4 - b it C o lo r
8:8:8
D um b P a ne l
1 8 - b it C o lo r
6:6:6
D u m b P an e l
1 6- b it C o l o r
5:6:5
Dumb Panel
12-bit Color
4:4:4
BIAS_OUT
(32 kHz)
N/A
N/A
N/A
When a touch panel SPI interface is required, use one of the available SPI interface
configuration options on the MPP pins. The SPI interface may be configured through
MPP[47:36].
Serialized LVDS Transmitter
The integrated serialized LVDS transmitter supports the following features at up to 65 MSPS:

18-bit or 24-bit per pixel (three or four transmit differential data/control lanes)

Transmit differential clock lane (driven by the LCD_CLK output)

Two data serialization options in 24-bit per pixel mode

Option to disable serialization and force constant zero output in data/control lanes

Configurable tick delay on data/control lanes relative to clock lane

Option to disable the fast reference clock when LVDS is not in use

Option to power down LVDS pads when not in use
The LVDS and parallel RGB interface are usually not used together. When LVDS is not used,
Marvell recommends powering down the pads and disabling serialization for power saving.
Figure 6 displays the connectivity between the LCD unit and the LVDS.
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Figure 6: Pin Multiplexing and Connectivity Diagram
PWM
7
D0,D1,D2,D3,D4,D6,D7
Parallel- Load7- bit Shift
Register
>A,B,…..G
> 7 x CLK
> Load
LVDS
LVLCD0
LVLCD0n
LVDS
7
LCD Unit Parallel
Interface
D8,D9,D12,D13,D14,D15,D18
Parallel- Load7- bit Shift
Register
>A,B,…..G
> 7 x CLK
> Load
LVLCD1
LVLCD1n
LVDS
7
D19,D20,D21,D22,D24,D25,D26
7
D27,D5,D10,D11,D16,D17,D23
Parallel- Load7- bit Shift
Register
>A,B,…..G
> 7 x CLK
> Load
Parallel- Load7- bit Shift
Register
>A,B,…..G
> 7 x CLK
> Load
LVLCD2
LVLCD2n
LVDS
LVLCD3
LVLCD3n
LVLCD_ CLKOUT
Clock Dividers
LVLCD_ CLKOUTn
Pixel clock
REF_CLK_XIN
mux
PLL
LCD_EXT_REF_CLK
Table 33 lists the connectivity between the LCD and the LVDS options.
Table 33: LCD Connectivity to LVDS
Pi n
24 BPP Controller and Panel
18 BPP Controller and Panel
Mode0
Dumb Panel
2 4 - b it C o l o r 8 : 8 : 8
LVD S O p ti o n1
LVD S O p ti o n2
M od e 1
D u m b P an e l
1 8 - b i t C o lo r 6 : 6 : 6
LV D S O p ti on 1
0
Red[0] (LSB)
D0
D27
Red[2] (LSB)
D0
1
Red[1]
D1
D5
Red[3]
D1
2
Red[2]
D2
D0
Red[4]
D2
3
Red[3]
D3
D1
Red[5]
D3
4
Red[4]
D4
D2
Red[6]
D4
5
Red[5]
D6
D3
Red[7] (MSB)
D6
6
Red[6]
D27
D4
Green[2] (LSB)
D7
7
Red[7] (MSB)
D5
D6
Green[3]
D8
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Table 33: LCD Connectivity to LVDS (Continued)
Pi n
24 BPP Controller and Panel
18 BPP Controller and Panel
Mode0
Dumb Panel
2 4 - b it C o l o r 8 : 8 : 8
LVD S O p ti o n1
LVD S O p ti o n2
M od e 1
D u m b P an e l
1 8 - b i t C o lo r 6 : 6 : 6
LV D S O p ti on 1
8
Green[0] (LSB)
D7
D10
Green[4]
D9
9
Green[1]
D8
D11
Green[5]
D12
10
Green[2]
D9
D7
Green[6]
D13
11
Green[3]
D12
D8
Green[7] (MSB)
D14
12
Green[4]
D13
D9
Blue[2] (LSB)
D15
13
Green[5]
D14
D12
Blue[3]
D18
14
Green[6]
D10
D13
Blue[4]
D19
15
Green[7] (MSB)
D11
D14
Blue[5]
D20
16
Blue[0] (LSB)
D15
D16
Blue[6]
D21
17
Blue[1]
D18
D17
Blue[7] (MSB)
D22
18
Blue[2]
D19
D15
NA
GND
19
Blue[3]
D20
D18
NA
GND
20
Blue[4]
D21
D19
NA
GND
21
Blue[5]
D22
D20
NA
GND
22
Blue[6]
D16
D21
NA
GND
23
Blue[7] (MSB)
D17
D22
BIAS_OUT (32 kHz)
GND
24
H_sync
D24
D24
H_sync
D24
25
V_sync
D25
D25
V_sync
D25
26
Pixel clk
CLK*
CLK*
Pixel clk
CLK*
27
DENA
D26
D26
DENA
D26
28
BIAS_OUT (32 kHz)
D23=RSRVD
D23=RSRVD
NA
D23=RSRVD
6.7
High-Speed SERDES Multiplexing
The MV78260 integrates 12 high-speed SERDES lanes.
The SERDES lanes provide a physical SERDES link to the following interfaces:

The following PCI Express operational modes:
• Gen2.0 up to 5 Gbps
• Gen1.1 up to 2.5 Gbps
PCIe units 0 and 1 may be configured to x4 or quad x1 lanes. PCIe unit 2 is x4 or single x1.

SGMII interface:
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• SGMII0 and SGMII2 can operate at 1.25 Gbps or 3.125 Gbps.
• SGMII1 and SGMII3 can operate at 1.25 Gbps.
QSGMII (up to 5 Gbps)

SATA Gen1 (1.5 Gbps) and SATA Gen2 (3 Gbps)

Embedded Trace Module (ETM)
Table 34, MV78260 SERDES Lanes Multiplex Options presents the different modes available for
each SERDES lane. Each lane can be configured independently for the required link type, according
to the specified application. If a lane is unused, it can be turned off.

Note
For SERDES configuration information, see the Shared SERDES Selectors registers
(offsets: 0x00018270 and 0x00018274) in the device’s Functional Specifications.
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Table 34: MV78260 SERDES Lanes Multiplex Options
M V7 8 2 6 0 L a n e s
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PCIe0.0 PCIe0.1 PCIe0.2 PCIe0.3 PCIe1.0 PCIe1.1 PCIe1.2 PCIe1.3
SATA 0
SGMII0
SATA 1
SGMII 1 SGMII 2 SGMII1
ETM1
ETM0
QSGMII
10
11
PCIe2 x4
SGMII 2 SGMII 0
SGMII3
ETM1
QSGMII
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Power Up/Down Sequence
7
Reset and Initialization
This section details the device’s reset sequence and initialization procedure.
7.1
Power Up/Down Sequence
7.1.1
Power-Up Sequence
These requirements must be applied to meet the device power-up sequence (see Figure 7):

The Non-Core voltages (I/O and Analog), as listed in Table 35, must reach 70% of their voltage
level before the Core voltages.
The order of the power up sequence between the Non-Core voltages is unimportant. The order
of the power up sequence between the Core voltages is unimportant either.

The reset signal(s) must be asserted before the Core voltages reach 70% of their voltage level.

Each reference clock input must toggle with its respective voltage level before the first Core
voltage reaches 70% of their voltage level. If a crystal oscillator is used, the system can rely on
the oscillator wake-up mechanism.
Table 35: Non-Core and Core Voltages
N on -C o r e Vol ta g e s
I/ O Vo lta ge s
A n a l og Po w e r S up p li e s
VDDO_A
VDDO_B
VDDO_C
VDDO_D
VDDO_DEV
VDDO_M
VDDO_MISC
VDDO_FPD
VHV
RTC_AVDD
SRD_AVDD
CORE_TDM_AVDD
CPU_PLL_AVDD
XTAL_AVDD
USB_AVDD
USB_AVDDL
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Figure 7: Power Up Sequence Example
Voltage
Non-Core Voltage
70% of
Non-Core Voltages
Core Voltage
70% of
Core Voltages
Reset(s)
Clock(s)

Note
7.1.2

It is the designer's responsibility to verify that the power sequencing requirements
of other components are also met.
Although the Non-Core voltages can be powered up any time before the Core
voltages, allow a reasonable time limit (for example 100 ms) between the first
Non-Core voltage power-up and the last Core voltage power-up.
Power-Down Sequence
Allow a reasonable time limit (for example 100 ms) between the first and last voltage power-down.
7.2
Hardware Reset
The device has three reset inputs pin: SYSRSTn, CDRn, MRn. The following sections describe the
functionality of these signals.
7.2.1
Global System Reset (SYSRSTn)
When asserted, the entire chip is placed in its initial state. Most outputs are placed in high-Z.
The following output pins are still active during SYSRSTn assertion:

M_CLKOUT[3:0], M_CLKOUTn[3:0]

M_CKE[3:0]

M_ODT[3:0]

M_RESET

SRD<n>_TX_P

SRD<n>_TX_N

USB<n>_DM

USB<n>_DP
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Hardware Reset


PEX<n>_CLK_N
PEX<n>_CLK_P
The device has an optional SYSRST_OUTn open drain output signal, that is used as a reset request
from the device to the board reset logic. This signal is set when one of the following maskable events
occurs. In each of these cases, SYSRST_OUTn is asserted for a duration of 100 ms:

Received a hot reset indication from the PCI Express port 0 link when used as a PCI Express
endpoint, and bit <PCIe0RstOutMaskSysRstOut> is cleared to 0, and <GlobalSoftRstOutEn> is
set to 1 in the RSTOUTn Mask Register (offset 0x00018260) (see the System Registers
appendix of the device’s Functional Specifications).

PCI Express port 0 link failure, when used as a PCI Express endpoint, and bit
<PCIe0RstOutMaskSysRstOut> is cleared to 0, and <GlobalSoftRstOutEn> is set to 1 in the
RSTOUTn Mask Register (see the System Registers appendix of the device’s Functional
Specifications).

One of the Watchdog timers expires and bit <WDRstOutEn> of the relevant watchdog counter is
set to 1 in the RSTOUTn Mask Register (see the System Registers appendix of the device’s
Functional Specifications).

Bit <SystemSoftRst> is set to 1 in System Soft Reset Register (offset 0x00018264) and bit
<SoftRstOutEn> is set to 1 in RSTOUTn Mask Register (offset 0x00018260) (see the System
Registers appendix of the device’s Functional Specifications).

An assertion of the internal power-on-reset (POR) circuit (see Section 7.4, Power On Reset
(POR), on page 83 for further details). This assertion is not maskable. The duration of this
assertion is for at least 100ms.

SYSRST_OUTn is asserted as long as the MRn input signal is asserted low, and for an
additional at least 100 ms after MRn de-assertion (This is useful for implementations that
include a manual reset button).
Note
7.2.1.1
SYSRSTn must be active for a minimum length of 20 ms. Core power, I/O power, and
analog power must be stable (VDD +/- 5%) during that time and onward.
SYSRSTn Duration Counter
When SYSRSTn is asserted low, a SYSRSTn duration counter starts counting. It continues to count
as long as the SYSRSTn signal remains asserted.
The counter clock is the 25 MHz reference clock.
It is a 29-bit counter, yielding a maximum counting duration of 2^29/25 MHz (21.4 seconds).

The host software can read the counter value and reset the counter.

When the counter reaches its maximum value, it remains at this value until the counter reset is
triggered by software.
See the device’s Functional Specifications for details on how to configure the SYSRSTn duration
counter.


Note
The SYSRSTn duration counter is useful for implementing manufacturer/factory reset.
Upon a long reset assertion, greater than a pre-configured threshold, the host software
may reset all settings to the factory default values.
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7.2.2
Manual Reset (MRn)
The Manual Reset pin (MRn) provide the user the ability to reset the device without powering down
the device. This is useful for implementations that include a reset button. Once MRn pin is asserted
low, the device’s reset logic, that includes a bouncer circuit to avoid false reset spikes, will propagate
a reset indication to the SYSRST_OUTn pin. The SYSRST_OUTn will be asserted as long as the
MRn pin is kept asserted and for additional 100ms. The external (on board) logic may drive this
indication back to the SYSRSTn pin to reset the device, and in addition use the SYSRST_OUTn pin
to reset the entire board.
7.2.3
Marvell® Core Processor CPU Debugger Reset
Connect the CPU debugger reset to the CDRn pin.
When the CPU Debugger reset is asserted, the device returns to its default value. The device
mechanisms related to the debugger are excluded from the reset event. This includes the PLLs, the
SSCG, the XTAL, and the registers controlling those mechanisms.
In general, the CDRn is de-asserted after all processes on the TAP controller are completed (refer to
the specific Debugger specifications).
CPU debugger reset should be fed into two separate circuits:

The device’s CDRn pin (the reset pin for the debugger).

The board reset for all other devices (not including the device’s SYSRSTn pin), since
SYSRST_OUTn will not be forced by the CDR pin.
7.3
PCI Express Reset
As a Root Complex, the device can generate a Hot Reset to the PCI Express port. Upon CPU
setting of the PCI Express Control register’s <ConMstrHot Reset> bit, the PCI Express unit sends a
Hot Reset indication to the Endpoint (see the PCI Express Interface section in the device’s
Functional Specifications).
When the device works as an Endpoint, and a Hot Reset packet is received:

A maskable interrupt is asserted.

If the PCI Express Debug Control register’s <DisHotResetRegRst> is cleared, the device also
resets the PCI Express register file to its default values.

The device triggers an internal reset, if not masked by PCI Express Debug Control register’s
<ConfMskHotReset> bit.
Link failure is detected if the PCI Express link was up (LTTSSM L0 state) and dropped back to an
inactive state (LTSSM Detect state). When Link failure is detected:



A maskable interrupt is asserted
If the PCI Express Debug Control register’s <DisLinkFailRegRst> is cleared, the device also
resets the PCI Express register file to its default values.
The device triggers an internal reset, if not masked by PCI Express Debug Control register’s
<ConfMskLinkFail> bit.
Whether initiated by a hot reset or link failure, this internal reset indication can be routed to the
PCIe_RSTOUTn signal (multiplexed on MPP[43]) to reset components on the board without
resetting the entire device (e.g reset only the endpoint card).
Note
Only the PCIe0 port (or PCIe0.0 port in Quad x1 configuration) can act as a PCI
Express endpoint, and only this port can generate the PCI Express internal reset
indication.
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Power On Reset (POR)
7.4
Power On Reset (POR)
The device integrates a Power On Reset (POR) circuit. The circuit is triggered when the VDD (digital
core voltage) and VDD_CPU (CPU core Voltage) power up levels reach a VDD threshold (with a
threshold maximum value of 0.8V).
Hysteresis: Another trigger will only occur after any of the power first drops to 50 mV, and then a
power up occurs.
Once the POR logic was triggered the SYSRST_OUTn output signal is asserted low for 100 ms.
The SYSRST_OUTn signal may be connected externally to the device’s SYSRSTn input signal
asserting the device’s internal reset signal. In addition, the SYSRST_OUTn signal may be used in
this case as the POR generator for the entire board.
7.5
Reset Configuration
The device uses certain pins as configuration inputs to set certain critical parameters following a
reset. The definition of the sampled at reset configuration pins revert immediately after reset to their
regular function.
7.5.1
Pin Sampling Configuration
The following pins are sampled during SYSRSTn de-assertion. Some of the device’s pins integrate
an internal pull-up/pull-down resistors to set a default mode. Smaller external pull-up/pull-down
resistors are required to change the default mode of operation, if required. These signals must
remain pulled up or down until SYSRSTn de-assertion (zero Hold time in respect to SYSRSTn
de-assertion).

Note



If external logic is used instead of pull-up and pull-down resistors, the logic must
drive all of these signals to the desired values during SYSRSTn assertion. To
prevent bus contention on these pins, the external logic must float the bus no later
than the third TCLK cycle after SYSRSTn de-assertion.
All reset sampled values are registered in the Sample at Reset register (see the
MPP Registers in the device’s Functional Specifications). This is useful for board
debug purposes and identification of board and system settings for the host
software.
If a signal is pulled up on the board for reset sampling, it must be pulled to the
appropriate voltage level of the power domain that the signal is assigned to. For
example, if MPP[X] should be pulled up for reset sampling, it should be pulled to
the voltage level of the VDDO who is feeding MPP[X] according to the pin
description table.
If an external device is driving any of the pins that are used as sampled at reset
signals, make sure to keep this external device in reset state (prevent it from
driving) or use glue logic to disconnect it from the device as long as the device
SYSRSTn input is asserted.
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Table 36 lists the reset configuration pins for the device.
Table 36: Reset Configuration Pins
Pi n s
P ow e r R a i l
C o n fi gu r a t io n F u nc t io n
SAR Register1
B it L o c a t i o n
UA0_TXD
VDDO_MISC
I2C0 Serial ROM Initialization
[0]
0x0 = Disabled
0x1 = Enabled
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
UA1_TXD
VDDO_MISC
I2C1 Debug Port
[1]
0x0 = Disabled
0x1 = Enabled
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_AD[7]
VDDO_DEV
PCI Express Clock (100 MHz Differential Clock)
Configuration
[2]
0x0 = PCIe clock input enable.
The device uses an external source for PCI Express
clock. Pins PEX0_CLK_N/P are inputs. PEX1_CLK_N/P
are not used.
0x1 = PCIe clock output enable.
The device uses an internally generated clock for PCI
Express clock. Pins PEX0_CLK_N/P and
PEX1_CLK_N/P are outputs, driving out the PCI Express
differential clock.
NOTE: Internally pulled to 0x1.
{MPP[50],
DEV_AD[15]}
VDDO_DEV
Boot Device Width
For boot via NOR/NAND flash:
0x0 = 8 bits
0x1 = 16 bits
0x2 = 32 bits
0x3 = Reserved
For boot via SPI flash:
0x0 = SPI 32 bits
0x1 = SPI 24 bits
0x2–0x3 = Reserved
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
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Table 36: Reset Configuration Pins (Continued)
Pi n s
P ow e r R a i l
C o n fi gu r a t io n F u nc t io n
SAR Register1
B it L o c a t i o n
DEV_AD[14:11]
VDDO_DEV
Boot Device Type Selection
[8:5]
0x0 = BootROM enabled, Boot from Device (NOR) flash
0x1 = BootROM enabled, Boot from NAND flash (see NAND
Flash Page Type Initialization Sequence / SERDES Selection
for more details)
0x2 = BootROM enabled, Boot from UART
0x3 = BootROM enabled, Boot from SPI0 (CS0)
0x4 = BootROM enabled, Boot from PCIe Port 0.0
0x5 = BootROM enabled, Boot from SATA Port (see NAND
Flash Page Type Initialization Sequence / SERDES Selection
for more details)
0x6 = Reserved
0x7 = BootROM enabled, UART debug prompt mode
NOTE:
1. If DEV_AD[14:11] are set to 0x3, MPP[39:36] pins wake
up as SPI flash signals (affect default value of MPPSel
registers).
2. Internally pulled to 0x0.
MPP[0]
VDDO_A
VDDO_C Voltage Select
[9]
0x0 = 1.8V
0x1 = 3.3V
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
MPP[36]
VDDO_D
VDDO_DEV Voltage Select
[10]
0x0 = 1.8V
0x1 = 3.3V
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
MPP[2:1]
VDDO_A
NAND Flash Page Type Initialization Sequence / SERDES
Selection
[12:11]
Only relevant if booting with NAND Flash.
0x0 = 512B
0x1 = 2KB
0x2 = 4KB
0x3 = 8KB
If booting with SATA, select the SERDES lane that the
initialization sequence uses:
0x0 = Lane 4 (SATA0)
0x1 = Lane 5 (SATA1)
0x2 = Lane 6 (SATA0)
0x3 = Reserved
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
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Table 36: Reset Configuration Pins (Continued)
Pi n s
P ow e r R a i l
C o n fi gu r a t io n F u nc t io n
SAR Register1
B it L o c a t i o n
MPP[4]
VDDO_A
DEV_WEn and DEV_OEn multiplexing option for A[16:15]
bits.
[13]
In case boot device is a NOR flash, defines if OE and WE are
latched at first ALE cycle as A[15] and A[16].
This fact influences the OEn and WEn signal as follows:
0 = A[16:15] bits are not multiplexed on OE and WE signals.
Whenever CS is inactive OE and WE are inactive.
1 = A[16:15] bits are multiplexed on OE and WE signals.
Whenever CS is inactive and ALE[1:0] are high, OE and
WE are inactive.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
MPP[13:12]
VDDO_B
NAND Flash ECC Algorithm
[15:14]
In case boot device is NAND flash, defines the type of ECC
algorithm that is used by the internal bootROM for ECC
calculation on the boot NAND flash:
0x0 = 4-bit ECC
0x1 = 8-bit ECC
0x2 = 12-bit ECC
0x3 = 16-bit ECC
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x2.
MPP[3]
VDDO_A
Reserved
[16]
This signal must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
MPP[38]
VDDO_D
Reserved
[17]
This signal must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
MPP[14]
VDDO_B
SSCG Disable
[18]
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
NOTE: Internally pulled to 0x1.
{MPP[27],
MPP[15]}
MPP[27]:
VDDO_C
MPP[15]:
VDDO_B
Reserved
[20:19]
These signals must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled to 0x3.
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Table 36: Reset Configuration Pins (Continued)
Pi n s
P ow e r R a i l
C o n fi gu r a t io n F u nc t io n
SAR Register1
B it L o c a t i o n
{DEV_ALE[0],
DEV_AD[10:8]}
VDDO_DEV
CPU0 Clock Frequency Select
{[52], [23:21]}
{GE_MDC,
DEV_AD[6:3]}
GE_MDC:
VDDO_A
DEV_AD[6:3]:
VDDO_DEV
Determines the frequency of CPU(0):
0x0 = 1000 MHz
0x1 = 1066 MHz
0x2 = 1200 MHz
0x3 = 1333 MHz
0x4 = 1500 MHz
0x9 = 667 MHz
0xA = 800 MHz
0xB = 1600 MHz
All other options are reserved.
NOTE: Internally pulled to 0x3.
Fabric Frequency Options
[51, 27:24]
Determines the ratios between PCLK0, NBCLK, and
DRAMCLK clock.
For full details about the various options, refer to Section 5,
Clocking, on page 66.
NOTE: Internally pulled to 0x5.
MPP[24]
VDDO_C
Reserved
[28]
This signal must be sampled as 0x0 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_AD[2:1]
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[30:29]
These signals must be sampled as 0x0 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_A[1:0]
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[32:31]
These signals must be sampled as 0x3 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_AD[0]
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[33]
NOTE: This signal must be sampled as 0x0 at reset
de-assertion.
DEV_ALE[1]
VDDO_DEV
CPU0 Non-maskable Fast Interrupt Enable
[34]
Disables fast interrupt software masking.
0 = Software masking for fast interrupts
1 = Software cannot mask fast interrupts
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
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Table 36: Reset Configuration Pins (Continued)
Pi n s
P ow e r R a i l
C o n fi gu r a t io n F u nc t io n
SAR Register1
B it L o c a t i o n
{MPP[52],
MPP[48]}
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[36:35]
These signals must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_A[2]
VDDO_DEV
CPU0 Pclk WFI Enable
[38]
Enable wake-up from interrupt through a debugger.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
NOTE: With WFI enabled, there is no effective power saving.
This feature is used for Debug mode only.
Internally pulled down to 0x0.
DEV_OEn
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[39]
This signal must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
DEV_WEn[0]
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[41]
This signal must be sampled as 0x1 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled up to 0x1.
DEV_WEn[1]
VDDO_DEV
Reserved
[42]
This signal must be sampled as 0x0 at reset de-assertion.
NOTE: Internally pulled down to 0x0.
1. Bits[31:0] refer to the Sample at Reset register (offset: 0x00018230). Bits[63:32] refer to the Sample at Reset High
register (offset:0x00018234). Both registers are defined in the device’s Functional Specifications.
7.6
Serial ROM Initialization
The device supports initialization of ALL of its internal and configuration registers through the I2C0
master interface. If serial ROM initialization is enabled by pulling up I2C0 Serial ROM Initialization
during SYSRSTn assertion, the device I2C0 master starts reading initialization data from serial ROM
and writes it to the appropriate registers.
7.6.1
Serial ROM Data Structure
The Serial ROM data structure consists of a sequence of 32-bit address and 32-bit data pairs, as
shown in Figure 8.
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Figure 8: Serial ROM Data Structure
Start
MSB
LSB
address0[31:24]
address0[23:16]
address0[15:8]
address0[7:0]
data0[31:24]
data0[23:16]
data0[15:8]
data0[7:0]
address1[31:24]
address1[23:16]
address1[15:8]
address1[7:0]
data1[31:24]
data1[23:16]
data1[15:8]
data1[7:0]
The serial ROM initialization logic reads eight bytes at a time. It performs address decoding on the
32-bit address being read, and based on address decoding result, writes the next four bytes to the
required target.
The Serial Initialization Last Data Register contains the expected value of last serial data item
(default value is 0xFFFFFFFF). When the device reaches last data, it stops the initialization
sequence.
Note
7.6.2
Users must not generate requests through the I2C0 auto-loader to addresses that are
not 32-bit aligned.
Serial ROM Initialization Operation
On SYSRSTn de-assertion, the device starts the initialization process. It first performs a dummy
write access to the serial ROM, with data byte(s) of 0x0, to set the ROM byte offset to 0x0. Then, it
performs a sequence of reads, until it reaches last data item, as shown in Figure 9.
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Figure 9: Serial ROM Read Example
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a
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t
w
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i
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s 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ROM
Address
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Data from
ROM
r
e
a
d
s 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
a
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a
c
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t
a
r
t
Lower Byte Offset
Upper Byte Offset
ROM
Address
A A A A A A A A
a
c
k
A A A A
a
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Last Data
from ROM
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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k
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p
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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Implementation Notes:




Initialization data must be programmed in the serial ROM starting at offset 0x0.
The serial EEPROM must contain two address offset bytes (16-bits). These bytes must not be
less than a 256 byte ROM.
The device assumes 7-bit serial ROM address of ‘b1010000.
After receiving the last data identifier (default value is 0xFFFFFFFF), the device receives an
additional byte of dummy data. It responds with no-ack, and then asserts the stop bit.
For a detailed description of I2C implementation, see the I2C Interface section in the device’s
Functional Specifications.
7.7
Boot Sequence
The device requires that SYSRSTn stay asserted for at least 100 ms after power and clocks are
stable. The following procedure describes the boot sequence starting with SYSRSTn assertion:
1. While SYSRSTn is asserted, the CPU PLL and the core PLL are locked.
2. Upon SYSRSTn de-assertion, the pad drive auto-calibration process starts and the DRAM PHY
DLL starts to lock on the target frequency speed. It requires 3ms to gain lock indication and be
ready for normal operation.
3. If Serial ROM initialization is enabled, an initialization sequence is started.
Upon completing the above sequence, the internal CPU reset is de-asserted, and the CPU starts
executing boot code from the internal Boot ROM, according to sample at reset setting of Boot
Device Type Selection.
For boot sequence details, see the BootROM Firmware section in the device’s Functional
Specifications.
As part of the CPU boot code, the CPU typically performs these steps:
1. Configures the PCI Express address map.
2. Configure device bus timing parameters, according to devices attached to device bus.
3. Configures the proper SDRAM controller parameters, and then triggers SDRAM initialization.
4. Sets <InitEn> bit [0] to 1 in the SDRAM Initialization Control register. Initializes proper ECC to
the entire SDRAM space.
5. Sets the <PEXxEn> bits in the SoC Control register to wake up the PCI Express link.
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Instruction Register
8
JTAG Interface
The MV78260 JTAG interface is used for chip boundary scan, and for CPU core debugging and
tracing.
The device supports the following test modes:
Boundary scan
The JT_TMS_CPU is kept high. This state resets the CPUs and the
ETM DAP controllers, and multiplexes the boundary scan TDO signal
on the JT_TDO pin.
CPU debugger and trace The JT_TMS_CORE is kept high. This state resets the MV78260 TAP
controller, and multiplexes the ETM DAP controller TDO signal on the
JT_TDO pin.
Figure 10 shows the connection between the JTAG signals, between the ETM DAP controller, and
the device’s AP controller.
Figure 10: ETM-JTAG-AP-Parallel Mode
CSTDI[1]
DAP
nCSTRST[1]
CSTCK[1]
JT_TDI
JT_RSTn
JT_CLK
JT_TMS_CPU
CPU1-CP14
AP Controller
CSTMS[1]
CSTDO[1]
ETM
DAP
DAP Controller
CSTDI[0]
nCSTRST[0]
CSTCK[0]
CPU0-CP14
AP Controller
CSTMS[0]
CSTDO[0]
Debug TDO
JT_RSTn
JT_CLK
JT_TMS_CORE
JT_TDO
Core
DAP Controller
Boundary Scan TDO
JT_TDI
ICE JTAG Chain mode
8.1
Instruction Register
The Instruction register (IR) is a 4-bit, two-stage register. It contains the command that is shifted in
when the DAP FSM is in the Shift-IR state. When the DAP FSM is in the Capture-IR state, the IR
outputs all four bits in parallel.
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Table 37 lists the instructions supported by the device.
Table 37: Supported JTAG Instructions
8.2
In s t r u c t io n
C o de
D es c r ip t i o n
HIGH-Z
00011
Select the single bit Bypass register between TDI and TDO.
Sets the device output pins to high-impedance state.
IDCODE
00010
Selects the Identification register between TDI and TDO. This 32-bit
register is used to identify the device.
EXTEST
00000
Selects the Boundary Scan register between TDI and TDO. Outputs the
boundary scan register cells to drive the output pins of the device. Inputs
the boundary scan register cell to sample the input pin of the device.
SAMPLE/
PRELOAD
00001
Selects the Boundary Scan register between TDI and TDO. Samples
input pins of the device to input boundary scan register cells.
Preloads the output boundary scan register cells with the Boundary Scan
register value.
BYPASS
11111
Selects the single bit Bypass register between TDI and TDO. This allows
for rapid data movement through an untested device.
Bypass Register
The Bypass register (BR) is a single bit serial shift register that connects TDI to TDO, when the IR
holds the Bypass command, and the DAP FSM is in Shift-DR state. Data that is driven on the TDI
input pin is shifted out one cycle later on the TDO output pin. The Bypass register is loaded with 0
when the DAP FSM is in the Capture-DR state.
8.3
JTAG Scan Chain
The JTAG Scan Chain is a serial shift register used to sample and drive all of the device pins during
the JTAG tests. It is a 2-bit per pin shift register in the device, thereby allowing the shift register to
sequentially access all of the data pins both for driving and strobing data. For further details, refer to
the BSDL Description file for the device.
8.4
ID Register
The ID register is a 32-bit deep serial shift register. The ID register is loaded with vendor and device
information when the DAP FSM is in the Capture-DR state. The Identification code format of the ID
register is shown in Table 38, which describes the various ID Code fields.
Table 38: IDCODE Register Map
B i ts
Va l u e
Description
31:28
0x2
Version
27:12
0x8260
Part number
11:1
0x1AB
Manufacturer ID
0
1
Mandatory
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
9
Electrical Specifications
9.1
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Table 39: Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
C o m m e n ts
VDD
-0.5
1.1
V
Core voltage
VDD_CPU
-0.5
1.32
V
CPU core and CPU subsystem voltage
CORE_TDM_PLL_AVDD
-0.5
2.2
V
Analog supply for the internal PLL
CPU_PLL_AVDD
-0.5
2.2
V
Analog supply for the CPU PLL
VDDO_M
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
SDRAM interface
VDDO_A,
VDDO_B,
VDDO_C,
VDDO_D
-0.5
4
V
I/O voltage for:
SMI interface, Device Bus interface, and MPP[47:0]
VDDO_DEV
-0.5
4
V
I/O voltage for:
Device Bus interface and MPP[66:48]
VDDO_MISC
-0.5
4
V
I/O voltage for:
I2C0/1, UART0/1/2/3, SPI0/1, and JTAG interfaces
and the following signals:
• SYSRSTn
• SYSRST_OUTn
• MRn
• CDRn
VDDO_FPD
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
Flat Panel Display interface
USB_AVDD
-0.5
4
V
I/O voltage for:
USB interface
USB_AVDDL
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
USB interface
SRD_AVDD
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
SERDES interface
RTC_AVDD
-0.5
4
V
I/O voltage for:
RTC interface
XTAL_AVDD
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
XTAL interface
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Table 39: Absolute Maximum Ratings (Continued)
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
C o m m e n ts
AVS_SSCG_AVDD
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
SSCG, CPU AVS, and Core AVS blocks
VHV
-0.5
2.2
V
I/O voltage for:
eFuse (for eFuse burning only)
TC
-40
125
°C
Case temperature
TSTG
-40
125
°C
Storage temperature

Caution
Note

Exposure to conditions at or beyond the maximum rating can damage the device.
Operation beyond the recommended operating conditions (Table 40) is neither
recommended nor guaranteed.
Before designing a system, it is recommended that you read application note AN-63:
Thermal Management for Marvell® Technology Products. This application note
presents basic concepts of thermal management for Integrated Circuits (ICs) and
includes guidelines to ensure optimal operating conditions for Marvell Technology's
products.
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Recommended Operating Conditions
9.2
Recommended Operating Conditions
Table 40: Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Min
Ty p
Max
Units
C om m e nts
VDD
0.85
0.9
0.95
V
Core voltage
VDD_CPU
1
1.05
1.10
V
NOTE: CPU core and CPU voltage
The 1.1V is supported by the
AVS feature for specific clock
configurations. The power
source must be set to 1.05V.
The AVS unit will drive the
power source to adjust the
voltage to 1.1V.
For additional details, see
Table 30, Clock Frequency
Options, on page 67.
1.05
1.1
1.15
V
CORE_TDM_PLL_
AVDD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
Analog supply for the internal PLL
CPU_PLL_AVDD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
Analog supply for the CPU PLL
VDDO_M
1.283
1.35
1.418
V
1.425
1.5
1.575
V
I/O voltage for:
SDRAM DDR3 (1.5/1.35V)
NOTE: If DDR3 is configured to
800 MHz, VDDO_M must be
operating at 1.5V.
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
2.375
2.5
2.625
I/O voltage for:
SMI interface and MPP[23:0] pins
3.15
3.3
3.45
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
3.15
3.3
3.45
I/O voltage for:
MPP[35:24] pins
VDDO_D
3.15
3.3
3.45
V
I/O voltage for:
MPP[47:36] pins
VDDO_DEV
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
3.15
3.3
3.45
I/O voltage for:
Device Bus interface and MPP[66:48]
VDDO_A,
VDDO_B
VDDO_C
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Table 40: Recommended Operating Conditions (Continued)
Parameter
Min
Ty p
Max
Units
C om m e nts
VDDO_MISC
3.15
3.3
3.45
V
I/O voltage for:
I2C0/1, UART0/1/2/3, SPI0/1, and JTAG
interfaces and the following signals:
• SYSRSTn
• SYSRST_OUTn
• MRn
• CDRn
VDDO_FPD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
I/O voltage for:
Flat Panel Display interface
USB_AVDD
3.15
3.3
3.45
V
I/O voltage for:
USB interface
USB_AVDDL
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
I/O voltage for:
USB interface
SRD_AVDD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
Voltage for:
SERDES interface
RTC_AVDD
3.15
3.3
3.45
V
I/O voltage for:
RTC interface (via the board)
2.6
3
3.6
V
I/O voltage for:
RTC interface (via the battery)
XTAL_AVDD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
I/O voltage for:
XTAL interface
AVS_SSCG_AVDD
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
I/O voltage for:
SSCG, CPU AVS, and Core AVS blocks
VHV
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
I/O voltage for:
eFuse (for eFuse burning only)
TJ
0
105
°C
Junction Temperature
Caution
Operation beyond the recommended operating conditions is neither recommended nor
guaranteed.
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Thermal Power Dissipation
9.3
Thermal Power Dissipation
Note
The device was characterized and tested for production at 105°C. The other data points
are for reference purposes only.
Table 41: Core and CPU Thermal Power Dissipation
In t e r f a c e
Sy m b o l
P a r a m e te r
Power
U n i ts
Core
PVDD
Core at 250 MHz, VDD=0.9V, Tj=85°C
1.5
W
Core at 250 MHz, VDD=0.9V, Tj=105°C
1.9
W
CPU0/1 at 1066 MHz, L2 at 533 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=85°C
3.6
W
CPU0/1 at 1066 MHz, L2 at 533 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=105°C
4.6
W
CPU0/1 at 1333 MHz, L2 at 667 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=85°C
4
W
CPU0/1 at 1333 MHz, L2 at 667 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=105°C
5
W
CPU0/1 at 1600 MHz, L2 at 800 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.1V, Tj=85°C
4.9
W
CPU0/1 at 1600 MHz, L2 at 800 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.1V, Tj=105°C
5.9
W
Embedded CPU0, CPU1, and
1 MB L2 cache
PVDD_CPU
Table 42: I/O Interface Thermal Power Dissipation
In t e r f a c e
Sy m b o l
P a r a m e te r
Power
U n i ts
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 667 MHz, 1.35V)
PVDDO_M
M_CLKOUT = 667 MHz,
2 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
0.7
W
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 667 MHz, 1.5V)
M_CLKOUT = 667 MHz,
4 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
1
W
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 800 MHz, 1.5V)
M_CLKOUT = 800 MHz,
2 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
1
W
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Table 42: I/O Interface Thermal Power Dissipation (Continued)
In t e r f a c e
Sy m b o l
P a r a m e te r
Power
U n i ts
RGMII 3.3V interface
PRGMII
One Port, VDDO = 3.3V
100
mW
RGMII 2.5V interface
One Port, VDDO = 2.5V
60
mW
RGMII 1.8V interface
One Port, VDDO = 1.8V
35
mW
VDDO = 3.3V,
Trace Length = 5 inches
360
mW
VDDO = 1.8V
Trace Length = 5 inches
110
mW
LCD 3.3V interface
PLCD
LCD 1.8V interface
SERDES interface
PSRD_AVDD
Single Serdes Port
95
mW
USB interface
PUSB_AVDD
Three USB Ports
99
mW
USB interface
PUSB_AVDDL
180
mW
Notes:
1. The power dissipation values are for a device operating at the nominal recommended voltage.
2. The Trace length is 3 inches, unless otherwise specified.
3. The power values for each interface are stated relevant to the common application usage.
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SoC Power Dissipation for Power Management Unit Low Power Modes
9.4
SoC Power Dissipation for Power Management Unit
Low Power Modes
The MV78260 Power Management Unit (PMU) controls power management functions and enables
the optimization of the device’s overall power consumption and performance.
The PMU allows for Idle, Deep Idle, and Sleep low power modes that supply different levels of power
consumption, with hardware controlling wake-up events and power mode transitions.
Table 43 lists the MV78260 power dissipation for specific SoC configurations, and not the total
power of the device.
The following system configuration were used for testing:

Dual core CPU @ 1600 MHz

DDR 64-bit (ECC and dual CS), 1.5V @ 800 MHz

1 SGMII SERDES

2 x PCIe x1

1 SATA

1 USB

SPI

Note

For more details on the MV78260 power modes and additional PMU features, refer
to the Power Management Unit section of the MV78260 Functional Specifications.
To calculate the overall power for any other SoC configuration, use the power
values in Table 41 on page 97 and Table 42.
.
Table 43: SoC Power Dissipation
Po w er M o d e
Run Thermal
P o w e r Wa t ts ( W )
N o te s
CPU
Subsystem
SoC
Core
DDR
S E R D ES
O th e r
i n t e r f ac e s 1
Tota l
5.9
1.9
1
0.4
0.5
9.7
2
4.9
1.5
1
0.4
0.5
8.3
3
2.4
1.5
1
0.4
0.5
5.8
4
0.07
1.5
1
0.4
0.5
3.47
5
0.07
0.8
0
0
0.2
1.07
6
CPU/L2 – On
SERDES – On
DDR – On
Run Typical
CPU/L2 – On
SERDES – On
DDR – On
Idle
CPU/L2 – WFI
SERDES – On
DDR – On
Deep Idle
CPU/L2 – Off
SERDES – On
DDR – On
Sleep
CPU/L2 – Off
SERDES – Off
DDR – Self-Refresh
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Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Other interfaces include: 1xUSB, GPIO, PLLs, XTAL, RTC, JTAG, I2C, and UART.
Run Thermal: Voltages are in nominal values, Tj=105°C, CPU is running stress test
Run Typical: Voltages are in nominal values, Tj=85°C
Idle: Voltage are in nominal values, Tj=85°C, CPU is in Wait for Interrupt (WFI) mode
Deep Idle: voltage are in nominal values, Tj=85°C, CPU is in Deep Idle mode
Sleep: User Activated mode. Tj=35°C, CPU in Deep Idle mode, SERDES are Powered down, USB
PHY is shutdown, DDR in Self Refresh mode. Peripheral interfaces are set as clock gated, and wake
from GPIO.
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Current Consumption
9.5
Current Consumption
.
Table 44: Current Consumption
In t e r f a c e
S y m b ol
Te s t C o nd i ti on s
Max
Units
Core
IVDD
Core at 250 MHz, VDD=0.9V, Tj=85°C
1.6
A
Core at 250 MHz, VDD=0.9V, Tj=105°C
2
A
CPU0/1 at 1066 MHz, L2 at 533 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=85°C
4.2
A
CPU0/1 at 1066 MHz, L2 at 533 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=105°C
5.1
A
CPU0/1 at 1333 MHz, L2 at 667 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=85°C
4.7
A
CPU0/1 at 1333 MHz, L2 at 667 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.05V, Tj=105°C
5.6
A
CPU0/1 at 1600 MHz, L2 at 800 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.1V, Tj=85°C
5.4
A
CPU0/1 at 1600 MHz, L2 at 800 MHz,
VDD_CPU=1.1V, Tj=105°C
6.4
A
M_CLKOUT = 667 MHz,
2 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
1.4
A
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 667 MHz, 1.5V)
M_CLKOUT = 667 MHz,
4 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
2
A
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 800 MHz, 1.5V)
M_CLKOUT = 800 MHz,
2 DRAM ranks, 75 ohm internal
termination, 40 ohm DRAM termination
1.8
A
One Port, VDDO = 3.3V
60
mA
RGMII 2.5V interface
One Port, VDDO = 2.5V
50
mA
RGMII 1.8V interface
One Port, VDDO = 1.8V
40
mA
VDDO = 3.3V,
Trace Length = 5 inches
450
mA
VDDO = 1.8V,
Trace Length = 5 inches
250
mA
60
mA
Embedded CPU0, CPU1,
and 1 MB L2 cache
DDR3 DIMM interface
(72-bit, 667 MHz, 1.35V)
RGMII 3.3V interface
IVDD_CPU
IVDDO_M
IRGMII
NOTE: IVDDO_A and IVDDO_B can be reduced to equal IRGMII when the GbE interface is configured to
RGMII mode.
LCD 3.3V interface
ILCD
LCD 1.8V interface
NOTE: IVDDO_A, IVDDO_B, and IVDDO_C can be reduced to equal ILCD when the MPP pins are
configured to support the LCD interface.
SERDES interface
ISRD_AVDD
For a single SERDES port
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Table 44: Current Consumption
In t e r f a c e
S y m b ol
Te s t C o nd i ti on s
Max
Units
USB interface
IUSB_AVDD
For three ports
30
mA
100
mA
3V battery supply
4
uA
3.3V battery supply
5
uA
IVDDO_A
MPP[11:0], GE_MDC, GE_MDIO
96
mA
IVDDO_B
MPP[23:12]
96
mA
IVDDO_C
MPP[35:24]
96
mA
IVDDO_D
MPP[47:36]
96
mA
IVDDO_DEV
MPP[68:48] and Device interface
200
mA
Miscellaneous Signals
IVDDO_MISC
3.3V JTAG, UART, TWSI, SPI, and reset
signals
40
mA
VHV (eFuse) Power Supply
IVHV
1.8V for programming
30
mA
PLL
ICORE_TDM_
1.8V Core PLL and TDM PLL
20
mA
1.8V CPU PLL
20
mA
IUSB_AVDDL
RTC Interface
IRTC_AVDD
MPP NOTE: All MPP pins are configured
as GPIOs and consume the
current as tested in
Section 9.6.1, General 3.3V
(CMOS) DC Electrical
Specifications, on page 103.
PLL_AVDD
ICPU_PLL_
AVDD
XTAL
IXTAL_AVDD
1.8V XTAL
50
mA
LVDS
IVDDO_FPD
1.8V Flat Panel Display
40
mA
AVS
IAVS_SSCG_
1.8V SSCG, CPU AVS, and Core AVS
blocks
25
mA
AVDD
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Trace is 3 inches, unless otherwise specified.
Current in mA is calculated using maximum recommended voltage specification for each power
rail.
All output clocks toggling at their specified rate.
Maximum drawn current from the power supply.
The typical RTC_AVDD current at 3V is 1.5 uA.
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9.6
DC Electrical Specifications
See the Pin Description Section for internal pullup/pulldown information.
Note
9.6.1
General 3.3V (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
The DC electrical specifications in Table 45 are applicable for the following interfaces and signals:

Device

JTAG

MPP

SMI

UART

SYSRSTn

SYSRST_OUTn

MRn

CDRn
Table 45: General 3.3V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.3
0.8
V
-
Input high level
VIH
2.0
VDDIO+0.3
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 8 mA
-
0.6
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -8 mA
2.2
-
V
-
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
1, 2
pF
-
Input leakage current
Pin capacitance
IIL
Cpin
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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9.6.2
General 2.5V (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
The DC electrical specifications in Table 46 are applicable for the following interfaces and signals:

MPP[23:0]

SMI
Table 46: General 2.5V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.3
0.7
V
-
Input high level
VIH
1.7
VDDIO+0.3
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 8 mA
-
0.6
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -8 mA
1.8
-
V
-
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
1, 2
Pin capacitance
Cpin
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
9.6.3
General 1.8V (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
The DC electrical specifications in Table 47 are applicable for the following interfaces and signals:

eFuse

MPP[35:0]

Device Bus
Table 47: General 1.8V Interface (CMOS) DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.3
0.35*VDDIO
V
-
Input high level
VIH
0.65*VDDIO
VDDIO+0.3
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 8 mA
-
0.45
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -8 mA
VDDIO-0.45
-
V
-
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
1, 2
Pin capacitance
Cpin
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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Flat Panel Display (LVDS) DC Electrical Specifications
Table 48: Flat Panel Display Interface (LVDS) DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Output high level single ended VOH
RL = 50 Ohm
Output low level single ended VOL
RL = 50 Ohm
850
Output differential voltage
VOD
RL = 50 Ohm
500
Output common mode voltage VOS
RL = 50 Ohm
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
Pin capacitance
Cpin
Typ
Max
1550
Units Notes
mV
-
mV
-
900
mV
-
1050
1350
mV
-
-20
20
uA
1, 2
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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9.6.5
SDRAM DDR3 (1.5V) Interface DC Electrical Specifications
VDDIO refers to the VDDO_M pin.
Note
Table 49: SDRAM DDR3 (1.5V) Interface DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Single ended input low level
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
VDDIO/2 0.100
VIL
-0.3
Single ended input high level
VIH
VDDIO/2 +
0.100
Differential input low level
VDIL
Note 6
Differential input high level
VDIH
0.2
0.2*VDDIO
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 8.8 mA
Units Notes
V
-
V
-
-0.2
V
6
Note 6
V
6
V
7
V
7
VDDIO + 0.3
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -8.8 mA
Rtt effective impedance value
RTT
See note 2
50
70
ohm
1,2
Deviation of VM w ith respect to VDDIO/2
dVm
See note 3
-5
5
%
3
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
4, 5
pF
-
Input leakage current
IIL
Pin capacitance
Cpin
0.8*VDDIO
-
60
5
Notes:
1. See SDRAM functional description section for ODT configuration.
2. Measurement definition for RTT: Apply (VDDIO/2) +/- 0.15 to input pin separately,
then measure current I(VDDIO/2 + 0.15) and I(VDDIO/2 - 0.15) respectively.
RTT 
I
(
0 .30
I
VDDIO
 0 . 15 )
2
(
VDDIO
 0 . 15 )
2
3. Measurement definition for VM: Measured voltage (VM) at input pin (midpoint) w ith no load.
 2  Vm

dVM  
 1   100 %
 VDDIO

4. While I/O is in High-Z.
5. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
6. Limitations are same as for single ended signals.
7. Defined w hen driver impedance is calibrated to 35 ohms.
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9.6.6
SDRAM DDR3L (1.35V) Interface DC Electrical
Specifications

Note

VDDIO refers to the VDDO_M pin.
VREF is VDDO_M/2.
Table 50: SDRAM DDR3L (1.35V) Interface DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Single ended input low level
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
VDDIO/2 0.09
VIL
-0.3
Single ended input high level
VIH
VDDIO/2 +
0.09
VDDIO + 0.3
Differential input low level
VDIL
Note 6
Differential input high level
VDIH
0.16
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 8.8 mA
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -8.8 mA
Rtt effective impedance value
RTT
See note 2
50
Deviation of VM w ith respect to VDDIO/2
dVm
See note 3
-5
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
Input leakage current
IIL
Pin capacitance
Cpin
V
-
V
-
-0.16
V
6
Note 6
V
6
0.2*VDDIO
V
7
V
7
70
ohm
1,2
5
%
3
10
uA
4, 5
pF
-
0.8*VDDIO
-
60
5
Units Notes
Notes:
1. See SDRAM functional description section for ODT configuration.
2. Measurement definition for RTT: Apply (VDDIO/2) +/- 0.15 to input pin separately,
then measure current I(VDDIO/2 + 0.15) and I(VDDIO/2 - 0.15) respectively.
RTT 
I
(
VDDIO
2
0 .30
I
 0 . 15 )
(
VDDIO
2
 0 . 15 )
3. Measurement definition for VM: Measured voltage (VM) at input pin (midpoint) w ith no load.

 2  Vm
dVM  
 1   100 %

 VDDIO
4. While I/O is in High-Z.
5. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
6. Limitations are same as for single ended signals.
7. Defined w hen driver impedance is calibrated to 35 ohms.
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9.6.7
Table 51: I2C Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Input low level
VIL
Input high level
VIH
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 3 mA
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
Pin capacitance
Cpin
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
-0.5
0.3*VDDIO
V
-
0.7*VDDIO
VDDIO+0.5
V
-
-
0.4
V
-
-10
10
uA
1, 2
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
9.6.8
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) 3.3V DC Electrical
Specifications
Table 52: SPI Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.5
0.3*VDDIO
V
-
Input high level
VIH
0.7*VDDIO
VDDIO+0.5
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 4 mA
-
0.4
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -4 mA
VDDIO-0.6
-
V
-
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
1, 2
Pin capacitance
Cpin
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) 3.3V DC Electrical
Specifications
Table 53: TDM Interface 3.3V DC Electrical Specifications
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Input low level
VIL
Input high level
VIH
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 4 mA
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -4 mA
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
Pin capacitance
Cpin
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
-0.5
0.3*VDDIO
V
-
0.7*VDDIO
VDDIO+0.5
V
-
-
0.4
V
-
VDDIO-0.6
-
V
-
-10
10
uA
1, 2
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
9.6.10
NAND Flash 3.3V DC Electrical Specification
VDDIO refers to the VDDO_DEV pin.
Note
Table 54: NAND Flash 3.3V DC Electrical Specification
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.3
0.8
V
-
Input high level
VIH
2.0
VDDIO+0.3
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 2 mA
-
0.4
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -2 mA
0.85 * VDDIO
-
V
-
-10
10
uA
1, 2
pF
-
Input leakage current
Pin capacitance
IIL
Cpin
0 < VIN < VDDIO
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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NAND Flash 1.8V DC Electrical Specification
VDDIO refers to the VDDO_DEV pin.
Note
Table 55: NAND Flash 1.8V DC Electrical Specification
Param eter
Sym bol
Test Condition
Min
Typ
Max
Units Notes
Input low level
VIL
-0.3
0.35*VDDIO
V
-
Input high level
VIH
0.65*VDDIO
VDDIO+0.3
V
-
Output low level
VOL
IOL = 2 mA
-
0.45
V
-
Output high level
VOH
IOH = -2 mA
0.85 * VDDIO
-
V
-
Input leakage current
IIL
0 < VIN < VDDIO
-10
10
uA
1, 2
Pin capacitance
Cpin
pF
-
5
Notes:
1. While I/O is in High-Z.
2. This current does not include the current flow ing through the pullup/pulldow n resistor.
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AC Electrical Specifications
See Section 9.8, Differential Interface Electrical Characteristics, on page 148 for differential interface
specifications.
9.7.1
Reference Clock and Reset AC Timing Specifications
Table 56: Reference Clock and Reset AC Timing Specifications
D e s c r i p t io n
S y m b ol
M in
Max
U n i ts
N ot e s
CPU and Core Reference Clock
25
MHz
Frequency
FREF_CLK_XIN
Accuracy
PPMREF_CLK_XIN
-50
50
PPM
Duty cycle
DCREF_CLK_XIN
40
60
%
Slew rate
SRREF_CLK_XIN
Pk-Pk jitter
0.5
V/ns
1
0.7
V/ns
1, 2
120
ps
2, 5
200
ps
JRREF_CLK_XIN
R e f er e n c e C l o c k O u t
25
MHz
Frequency
FREFCLK_OUT
Accuracy
PPMREFCLK_OUT
-50
50
PPM
Duty cycle
DCREFCLK_OUT
DCREF_CLK_XIN - 5%
DCREF_CLK_XIN + 5%
%
Pk-Pk jitter
JRREFCLK_OUT
JRREF_CLK_XIN + 50 ps ps
3, 4
2, 3, 5
E t h er n e t I n t e r f a c e in M II /M M II - M a c m o d e
Frequency
FGE0_TXCLK
2.5
50
MHz
-100
100
PPM
35
65
%
FGE0_RXCLK
Accuracy
PPMGE0_TXCLK
PPMGE0_RXCLK
Duty cycle
DCGE0_TXCLK
DCGE0_RXCLK
Slew rate
SRGE0_TXCLK
0.7
V/ns
1
SRGE0_RXCLK
SM I Cl ock
SMI output MDC clock
FGE_MDC
TCLK/128
TCLK/8
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D e s c r i p t io n
S y m b ol
M in
Max
U n i ts
N ot e s
100
kHz
7
50
MHz
8
I2C Master Mode Clock
SCK output clock
FTWSI0_SCK
FTWSI1_SCK
SP I O ut pu t C l o c k
SPI output clock
TCLK/1920
FSPI0_SCK
FSPI1_SCK
D E V _C L K _ O U T R ef e r e n c e C l o c k
6
Frequency
FDEV_CLK_OUT
TCLK/15
TCLK/4
MHz
Duty cycle
DCDEV_CLK_OUT
40
60
%
4
PT P R e fe r e n c e C lo c k
Frequency
FPTP_CLK
12.5
125
MHz
Accuracy
PPMPTP_CLK
-100
100
PPM
Duty cycle
DCPTP_CLK
40
60
%
Slew rate
SRPTP_CLK
0.7
Pk-Pk jitter
JRPTP_CLK
V/ns
100
ps
1
LCD Reference Clock
Frequency
FLCD_EXT_REF_CLK
2.5
27
MHz
Accuracy
PPMLCD_EXT_REF_CLK
-50
50
PPM
Clock duty cycle
DCLCD_EXT_REF_CLK
45
55
%
Slew rate
SRLCD_EXT_REF_CLK
0.7
Pk-Pk jitter
JRLCD_EXT_REF_CLK
150
ps
FLCD_CLK
100
MHz
V/ns
1
LCD Output Clock
LCD Output Frequency
RTC Reference Clock
RTC_XIN crystal
frequency
FRTC_XIN
32.768
kHz
9
M M C R ef e r e n c e C lo c k
Frequency
FSD0_CLK
50
MHz
15
MHz
J TA G R e f e r e n c e C lo c k
Frequency
FJT_CLK
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D e s c r i p t io n
S y m b ol
M in
Max
U n i ts
N ot e s
R e s e t Sp e c if ic a t i o n s
Refer to Section 7,
Reset and Initialization,
on page 79.
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Slew rate is defined from 20% to 80% of the reference clock signal.
This value is required when using the internal PLL to drive the SERDES.
The REFCLK_OUT duty cycle/jitter is driven by the REF_CLK_XIN duty cycle/jitter. There is a
5% degradation of the output duty cycle. There is a 50 ps degradation of the output jitter.
The load is CL = 15 pF.
This value is assumed to contain above 95% random components characterized by 1/f
behavior, defined with a BER = 1e-12.
It is possible to use this reference clock when working in source synchronous device bus mode.
For additional information regarding configuring this clock, see the Inter-Integrated Circuit
Registers in the device’s Functional Specification.
For additional information regarding configuring this clock, see the SPI Interface Configuration
Register in the device’s Functional Specification.
The RTC design was optimized for a standard CL = 12.5 pF crystal. No passive components
are provided internally. Connect the crystal and the passive network as recommended by the
crystal manufacturer.
Figure 11: DEV_CLK_OUT and REFCLK_OUT Reference Clock Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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Figure 12: DEV_CLK_OUT and REFCLK_OUT AC Timing Diagram
Cycle Time
VDDIO/2
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Flat Panel Display (FPD) Interface AC Timing
Note
9.7.2.1
Before designing a system implementing the Flat Panel Display (FPD) interface,
contact a Marvell® Field Applications Engineer (FAE).
FPD AC Timing Table
Table 57: FPD AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Transmitter output clock frequency
fCK
-
65
MHz
Transmitter clock jitter cycle-to-cycle
tJCC
-
0.23
ns
-
Transmitter clock output rise/fall time
tR/tF
-
1.5
ns
2
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 0
tPPos0
-0.2
0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 1
tPPos1
1/7*tCK - 0.2
1/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 2
tPPos2
2/7*tCK - 0.2
2/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 3
tPPos3
3/7*tCK - 0.2
3/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 4
tPPos4
4/7*tCK - 0.2
4/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 5
tPPos5
5/7*tCK - 0.2
5/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
Transmitter output pulse position for Bit 6
tPPos6
6/7*tCK - 0.2
6/7*tCK + 0.2
ns
-
tCCS
-
0.25
ns
-
Transmitter channel-to-channel skew
Units Notes
1
Notes:
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. See functional specification for available operating frequencies.
2. Defined from 20% to 80% of the transition.
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FPD AC Timing Diagram
Figure 13: FPD AC Timing Diagram
tF
tR
80%
Clock
(Differential)
20%
80%
Data
(Differential)
20%
tPPos0
tPPos1
tPPos2
tPPos3
tPPos4
tPPos5
tPPos6
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Liquid Crystal Display Interface AC Timing
Note
9.7.3.1
Before designing a system implementing the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) interface,
contact a Marvell® Field Applications Engineer (FAE).
LCD AC Timing Table
Table 58: LCD AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
DCLK clock frequency
fCK
Min
Max
See note 2
Units
Notes
MHz
2
DCLK clock high time
tWCH
0.45
0.55
tCK
1
DCLK clock low time
tWCL
0.45
0.55
tCK
1
Output Data & Data Enable invalid relative to DCLK rise time
tOIV
-1.25
1.25
ns
1, 3
Output Data & Data Enable valid granularity
tOVG
-
0.1
ns
1, 3
Notes:
General comment: General comment: All values w ere measured from vddio/2 to vddio/2, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
3. The granularity should be considered w hen changing default data w indow position.
See functional specification for more information.
9.7.3.2
LCD Test Circuit
Figure 14: LCD Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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LCD AC Timing Diagram
Figure 15: LCD Transmit AC Timing Diagram
tWCL
tWCH
Output
Clock
Output
Data
tOIVmin
tOIVmax
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Reduced Gigabit Media Independent Interface (RGMII) AC
Timing
9.7.4.1
RGMII AC Timing Table
Table 59: RGMII AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Clock frequency
Data to Clock output skew
Tskew T
Data to Clock input skew
Min
Max
125.0
fCK
-0.50
0.50
Units Notes
MHz
-
ns
2
Tskew R
1.00
2.60
ns
-
Tcyc
7.20
8.80
ns
1,2
Duty cycle for Gigabit
Duty_G
0.45
0.55
tCK
2
Duty cycle for 10/100 Megabit
Duty_T
0.40
0.60
tCK
2
Clock cycle duration
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from vddio/2 to vddio/2, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
General comment: If the PHY does not support internal-delay mode, the PC board design requires
routing clocks so that an additional trace delay of greater than 1.5 ns and less
than 2.0 ns is added to the associated clock signal.
For 10/100 Mbps RGMII, the Max value is unspecified.
1. For RGMII at 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps, Tcyc w ill scale to 400 ns +/-40 ns and 40 ns +/-4 ns, respectively.
2. For all signals, the load is CL = 5 pF.
9.7.4.2
RGMII Test Circuit
Figure 16: RGMII Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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RGMII AC Timing Diagram
Figure 17: RGMII AC Timing Diagram
TX
CLOCK
(At Transmitter)
TX
DATA
TskewT
RX
CLOCK
(At Receiver)
RX
DATA
TskewR
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Gigabit Media Independent Interface (GMII) AC Timing
9.7.5.1
GMII AC Timing Table
Table 60: GMII AC Timing Table
125 MHz
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
tCK
7.5
8.5
ns
-
RX_CLK cycle time
tCKrx
7.5
-
ns
-
GTX_CLK and RX_CLK high level w idth
tHIGH
2.5
-
ns
1
GTX_CLK and RX_CLK low level w idth
tLOW
2.5
-
ns
1
tR
-
1.0
ns
1, 2
Description
GTX_CLK cycle time
GTX_CLK and RX_CLK rise time
GTX_CLK and RX_CLK fall time
tF
-
1.0
ns
1, 2
Data input setup time relative to RX_CLK rising edge
tSETUP
2.0
-
ns
-
Data input hold time relative to RX_CLK rising edge
tHOLD
0.0
-
ns
-
Data output valid before GTX_CLK rising edge
tOVB
2.5
-
ns
1
Data output valid after GTX_CLK rising edge
tOVA
0.5
-
ns
1
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 5 pF.
2. Rise time measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), fall time measured from VIH(min) to VIL(max).
9.7.5.2
GMII Test Circuit
Figure 18: GMII Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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GMII AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 19: GMII Output AC Timing Diagram
tLOW
tHIGH
VIH(min)
GTX_CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
TXD, TX_EN, TX_ER
VIL(max)
tOVB
tOVA
Figure 20: GMII Input AC Timing Diagram
tLOW
tHIGH
VIH(min)
RX_CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
RXD, RX_EN, RX_ER
VIL(max)
tSETUP
tHOLD
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Media Independent Interface (MII/MMII) AC Timing
9.7.6.1
MII/MMII MAC Mode AC Timing Table
Table 61: MII/MMII MAC Mode AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
Data input setup relative to RX_CLK rising edge
tSU
3.5
-
ns
-
Data input hold relative to RX_CLK rising edge
tHD
2.0
-
ns
-
Data output delay relative to MII_TX_CLK rising edge
tOV
0.0
10.0
ns
1
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 5 pF.
9.7.6.2
MII/MMII MAC Mode Test Circuit
Figure 21: MII/MMII MAC Mode Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
9.7.6.3
MII/MMII MAC Mode AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 22: MII/MMII MAC Mode Output Delay AC Timing Diagram
Vih(min)
MII_TX_CLK
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
TXD, TX_EN, TX_ER
Vil(max)
TOV
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Figure 23: MII/MMII MAC Mode Input AC Timing Diagram
Vih(min)
RX_CLK
Vih(min)
RXD, RX_EN, RX_ER
Vil(max)
tSU
tHD
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Serial Management Interface (SMI) AC Timing
9.7.7.1
SMI Master Mode AC Timing Table
Table 62: SMI Master Mode AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
MDC clock frequency
Min
fCK
Max
See note 2
Units
Notes
MHz
2
MDC clock duty cycle
tDC
0.4
0.6
tCK
-
MDIO input setup time relative to MDC rise time
tSU
12.0
-
ns
-
MDIO input hold time relative to MDC rise time
tHO
0.0
-
ns
3
MDIO output valid before MDC rise time
tOVB
12.0
-
ns
1
MDIO output valid after MDC rise time
tOVA
12.0
-
ns
1
Notes:
General comment: All timing values w ere measured from VIL(max) and VIH(min) levels, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
3. For this parameter, the load is CL = 2 pF.
9.7.7.2
SMI Master Mode Test Circuit
Figure 24: MDIO Master Mode Test Circuit
VDDIO
Test Point
2 kilohm
MDIO
CL
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Figure 25: MDC Master Mode Test Circuit
Test Point
MDC
CL
9.7.7.3
SMI Master Mode AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 26: SMI Master Mode Output AC Timing Diagram
VIH(min)
MDC
VIH(min)
MDIO
VIL(max)
tOVB tOVA
Figure 27: SMI Master Mode Input AC Timing Diagram
VIH(min)
MDC
VIH(min)
MDIO
VIL(max)
tSU
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SDRAM DDR3 Interface AC Timing
9.7.8.1
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Timing Tables
The timing values in the following table are based on a tuning algorithm that runs
automatically during the device initialization. For more information, contact your local
Marvell® representative.
Note
Table 63: SDRAM DDR3 (667 MHz) Interface AC Timing Table
667 MHz
Description
Sym bol
Clock frequency
Min
Max
667.0
fCK
Units
Notes
MHz
-
DQ and DM valid output time before DQS transition
tDOVB
215
-
ps
-
DQ and DM valid output time after DQS transition
tDOVA
215
-
ps
-
CLK-CLKn Period Jitter
tJIT(per)
-80
80
ps
1
DQS falling edge setup time to CLK-CLKn rising edge
tDSS
0.34
-
tCK(avg)
-
DQS falling edge hold time from CLK-CLKn rising edge
tDSH
0.34
-
tCK(avg)
-
DQS latching rising transitions to associated clock edges
tDQSS
-0.11
0.11
tCK(avg)
-
Address and Control valid output time before CLK-CLkn rising edge
tAOVB
440
-
ps
2
Address and Control valid output time after CLK-CLKn rising edge
tAOVA
450
-
ps
2
DQ input setup time relative to DQS in transition
tDSI
-275
-
ps
-
DQ input hold time relative to DQS in transition
tDHI
475
-
ps
-
Notes:
General comment: All timing values are defined from VREF to VREF, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: All input timing values assume minimum slew rate of 1 V/ns (slew rate defined from VREF +/-100 mV).
General comment: All timing parameters w ith DQS signal are defined on DQS-DQSn crossing point.
General comment: All timing parameters w ith CLK signal are defined on CLK-CLKn crossing point.
General comment: For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. tJIT(per) = Min/max of {tCKi - tCK w here i = 1 to 200}.
2. This timing value is defined w hen Address and Control signals are output on CLK-CLKn falling edge.
Note
The timing values in the following table are based on a tuning algorithm that runs
automatically during device initialization. For more information, contact your local
Marvell® representative.
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Table 64: SDRAM DDR3 (800 MHz) Interface AC Timing Table
800 MHz
Description
Sym bol
Clock frequency
Min
Max
800.0
fCK
Units
Notes
MHz
-
DQ and DM valid output time before DQS transition
tDOVB
185
-
ps
-
DQ and DM valid output time after DQS transition
tDOVA
185
-
ps
-
CLK-CLKn Period Jitter
tJIT(per)
-70
70
ps
1
DQS falling edge setup time to CLK-CLKn rising edge
tDSS
0.32
-
tCK(avg)
-
DQS falling edge hold time from CLK-CLKn rising edge
tDSH
0.32
-
tCK(avg)
-
tDQSS
-0.13
0.13
tCK(avg)
-
DQS latching rising transitions to associated clock edges
Address and Control valid output time before CLK-CLkn rising edge
tAOVB
420
-
ps
2
Address and Control valid output time after CLK-CLKn rising edge
tAOVA
350
-
ps
2
DQ input setup time relative to DQS in transition
tDSI
-260
-
ps
-
DQ input hold time relative to DQS in transition
tDHI
365
-
ps
-
Notes:
General comment: All timing values are defined from VREF to VREF, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: All input timing values assume minimum slew rate of 1 V/ns (slew rate defined from VREF +/-100 mV).
General comment: All timing parameters w ith DQS signal are defined on DQS-DQSn crossing point.
General comment: All timing parameters w ith CLK signal are defined on CLK-CLKn crossing point.
General comment: For all signals, the load is CL = 4.6 pF.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. tJIT(per) = Min/max of {tCKi - tCK w here i = 1 to 200}.
2. This timing value is defined w hen Address and Control signals are output on CLK-CLKn falling edge.
9.7.8.2
SDRAM DDR3 Interface Test Circuit
Figure 28: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Test Circuit
VDDIO/2
Test Point
50 ohm
CL
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SDRAM DDR3 Interface AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 29: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Write AC Timing Diagram
tDQSS
CLK
tCH
tCL
CLKn
DQSn
DQS
DQ
tDOVB tDOVA
Figure 30: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Address and Control AC Timing Diagram
CLK
tCH
tCL
CLKn
ADDRESS/
CONTROL
tAOVB
tAOVA
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Figure 31: SDRAM DDR3 Interface Read AC Timing Diagram
DQS
DQSn
DQ
tDSI
tDHI
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Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Interface AC Timing
9.7.9.1
Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) AC Timing Table
Table 65: SDIO Host in High-Speed Mode AC Timing Table
Description
Symbol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
fCK
0
50
MHz
-
Clock high/low level pulse w idth
tWL/tWH
0.35
-
tCK
1, 3
Clock rise/fall time
tTLH/tTHL
-
3.0
ns
1, 3
CMD, DAT output valid before CLK rising edge
tDOVB
6.5
-
ns
2, 3
CMD, DAT output valid after CLK rising edge
tDOVA
2.5
-
ns
2, 3
CMD, DAT input setup relative to CLK rising edge
tISU
7.0
-
ns
2
CMD, DAT input hold relative to CLK rising edge
tIHD
0.0
-
ns
2, 4
Clock frequency in Data Transfer Mode
Notes:
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. Defined on VIL(max) and VIH(min) levels.
2. Defined on VDDIO/2 for Clock signal, and VIL(max) / VIH(min) for CMD & DAT signals.
3. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
4. For this parameter, the load is CL = 2 pF.
9.7.9.2
Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Test Circuit
Figure 32: Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) Test Circuit
VDDIO
Test Point
50 KOhm
CL
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Secure Digital Input/Output (SDIO) AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 33: SDIO Host in High Speed Mode Output AC Timing Diagram
tWL
tWH
VIH(min)
VDDIO/2
CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
DAT,
CMD
VIL(max)
tDOVB tDOVA
Figure 34: SDIO Host in High Speed Mode Input AC Timing Diagram
tWL
tWH
VIH(min)
VDDIO/2
CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
DAT,
CMD
VIL(max)
tISU
tIHD
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Multimedia Card (MMC) Interface AC Timing
9.7.10.1
MMC AC Timing Table
Table 66: MMC Host AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Clock frequency in Data Transfer mode
fCK
Clock high/low level pulse w idth
tWL/tWH
Clock rise/fall time
Min
Max
See note 5
0.34
-
Units
Notes
MHz
5
tCK
1, 3
tTLH/tTHL
-
3.0
ns
1, 3
CMD, DAT output valid before CLK rising edge
tDOVB
3.5
-
ns
2, 3
CMD, DAT output valid after CLK rising edge
tDOVA
3.5
-
ns
2, 3
CMD, DAT input setup relative to CLK rising edge
tISU
6.5
-
ns
2
CMD, DAT input hold relative to CLK rising edge
tIHD
0.0
-
ns
2, 4
Notes:
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. Defined on VIL(max) and VIH(min) levels.
2. Defined on VDDIO/2 for Clock signal, and VIL(max) / VIH(min) for CMD and DAT signals.
3. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
4. For this parameter, the load is CL = 2 pF.
5. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
9.7.10.2
MMC Test Circuit
Figure 35: MMC Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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MMC AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 36: MMC High-Speed Host Output AC Timing Diagram
tWL
tWH
VIH(min)
VDDIO/2
CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
DAT,
CMD
VIL(max)
tDOVB tDOVA
Figure 37: MMC High-Speed Host Input AC Timing Diagram
tWL
tWH
VIH(min)
VDDIO/2
CLK
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
DAT,
CMD
VIL(max)
tISU
tIHD
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Device Bus Interface AC Timing
9.7.11.1
Device Bus Interface AC Timing Table
Table 67: Device Bus Interface AC Timing Table
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
Data/READYn input setup relative to clock rising edge
Description
tSU
7.0
-
ns
-
Data/READYn input hold relative to clock rising edge
tHD
1.0
-
ns
-
Address/Data output delay relative to clock rising edge
tOV
0.8
8.0
ns
1
Address output valid before ALE signal falling edge
tAOAB
10.0
-
ns
1,2
Address output valid after ALE signal falling edge
tAOAA
6.0
-
ns
1,2
Notes:
General comment: All timing values are for interfacing synchronous devices.
General comment: All values w ere measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. The AD bus is normally loaded w ith high capacitance. Make sure to w ork according to hardw are design guidelines
or simulations to meet the latch AC timing requirements.
9.7.11.2
Device Bus Interface Test Circuit
Figure 38: Device Bus Interface Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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Device Bus Interface AC Timing Diagram
Figure 39: Device Bus Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram
Vih(min)
CLOCK
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
DATA
Vil(max)
TOV(min)
TOV(max)
Vih(min)
ALE
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
AD Bus
Vil(max)
TAOAB
TAOAA
Figure 40: Device Bus Interface Input AC Timing Diagram
Vih(min)
CLOCK
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
DATA
Vil(max)
tSU
tHO
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Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) AC Timing
9.7.12.1
SPI (Master Mode) AC Timing Table
Table 68: SPI (Master Mode) AC Timing Table
SPI
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
MHz
3
SCLK clock frequency
fCK
SCLK high time
tCH
0.46
-
tCK
1, 2
SCLK low time
tCL
0.46
-
tCK
1, 2
SCLK slew rate
tSR
0.5
-
V/ns
1
tDOV
-2.5
2.5
ns
1
Data out valid relative to SCLK falling edge
See Note 3
CS active before first SCLK rising edge
tCSB
0.4
-
tCK
1, 4
CS not active after SCLK rising edge
tCSA
0.4
-
tCK
1, 4
Data in setup time relative to SCLK rising edge
tSU
0.2
-
tCK
2
Data in hold time relative to SCLK rising edge
tHD
5.0
-
ns
2
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from 0.3*vddio to 0.7*vddio, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. Defined from vddio/2 to vddio/2.
3. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
4. When w orking w ith CPOL=1 mode, the CS is relative to first SCLK falling edge.
9.7.12.2
SPI (Master Mode) Test Circuit
Figure 41: SPI (Master Mode) Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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SPI (Master Mode) Timing Diagrams
Figure 42: SPI (Master Mode) AC Timing Diagram
tCL
tCH
CPOL=1
SCLK
CPOL=0
CS
tCSB
MOSI
tCSA
CPHA=0
tDOVmin
tDOVmax
MOSI
CPHA=1
tDOVmin
tDOVmax
MISO
CPHA=0
tSU
tHD
MISO
CPHA=1
tSU
tHD
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Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) Interface AC Timing
9.7.13.1
TDM Interface AC Timing Table
Table 69: TDM Interface AC Timing Table
8.192 MHz
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
1/tC
0.256
8.192
MHz
1, 3
PCLK accuracy
tPPM
-50
50
ppm
1
PCLK period jitter
tCJIT
-8
8
ns
1
PCLK duty cycle
tDTY
0.4
0.6
tC
1
PCLK rise/fall time
tR/tF
-
3
ns
1, 2, 8
PCLK frequency
125
FSYNC period
tFS
us
1
FSYNC period jitter
tFJIT
-120
120
ns
1
tD
0
20
ns
1, 4, 6
DRX and FSYNC setup time relative to PCLK falling edge
tSU
10
-
ns
5, 7
DRX and FSYNC hold time relative to PCLK falling edge
tHD
10
-
ns
5, 7
DTX and FSYNC valid after PCLK rising edge
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from vddio/2 to vddio/2, unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 20 pF.
2. Rise and Fall times are referenced to the 20% and 80% levels of the w aveform.
3. PCLK can be configured to several frequency options. Refer to the Functional Specifications
or to the Clock settings for details.
4. This parameter is relevant for the FSYNC signal in Master mode only.
5. This parameter is relevant for the FSYNC signal in Slave mode only.
6. In negative-mode, the DTX signal is relative to PCLK falling edge.
7. In negative-mode, the DRX signal is relative to PCLK rising edge.
8. This parameter is relevant w hen the PCLK pin is output.
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High Level Data Link Control (HDLC) AC Timing Table
Table 70: HDLC Interface AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
PCLK frequency
1/tC
See note #3
MHz
1, 3
PCLK accuracy
tPPM
-50
50
ppm
1
PCLK duty cycle
tDTY
0.4
0.6
tC
1
PCLK rise/fall time
tR/tF
-
3
ns
1, 2
tD
1
10
ns
1, 4
DTX and FSYNC valid after PCLK rising edge
DRX and FSYNC setup time relative to PCLK falling edge
tSU
4
-
ns
5
DRX and FSYNC hold time relative to PCLK falling edge
tHD
1
-
ns
5
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from vddio/2 to vddio/2, unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. Rise and Fall times are referenced to the 20% and 80% levels of the w aveform.
3. PCLK can be configured to several frequency options. Refer to the Functional Specifications
or to the Clock settings for details.
4. In negative-mode, the DTX signal is relative to PCLK falling edge.
5. In negative-mode, the DRX signal is relative to PCLK rising edge.
9.7.13.3
TDM Interface Test Circuit
Figure 43: TDM Interface Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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TDM Interface Timing Diagrams
Figure 44: TDM Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram
tC
PCLK
DTX
tD
tD
Figure 45: TDM Interface Input Delay AC Timing Diagram
tC
PCLK
DRX
tSU
tHD
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9.7.14
Inter-integrated Circuit Interface (I2C) AC Timing
9.7.14.1
I2C AC Timing Table
Table 71: I2C Master AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
SCK clock frequency
fCK
Min
Max
See note 1
Units
Notes
kHz
1
SCK minimum low level w idth
tLOW
0.47
-
tCK
2
SCK minimum high level w idth
tHIGH
0.40
-
tCK
2
SDA input setup time relative to SCK rising edge
tSU
250.0
-
ns
-
SDA input hold time relative to SCK falling edge
tHD
0.0
-
ns
4
SDA and SCK rise time
tr
-
1000.0
ns
2, 3
SDA and SCK fall time
tf
-
300.0
ns
2, 3
tOV
0.0
0.4
tCK
2
SDA output delay relative to SCK falling edge
Notes:
General comment: All values referred to VIH(min) and VIL(max) levels, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
2. For all signals, the load is CL = 100 pF, and RL value can be 500 ohm to 8 kilohm.
3. Rise time measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), fall time measured from VIH(min) to VIL(max).
4. For this parameter, the load is CL = 10 pF.
Table 72: I2C Slave AC Timing Table
100 kHz (Max)
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
SCK minimum low level w idth
tLOW
4.7
-
us
1
SCK minimum high level w idth
Description
tHIGH
4.0
-
us
1
SDA input setup time relative to SCK rising edge
tSU
250.0
-
ns
-
SDA input hold time relative to SCK falling edge
tHD
0.0
-
ns
-
tr
-
1000.0
ns
1, 2
tf
-
300.0
ns
1, 2
tOV
0.0
4.0
us
1
SDA and SCK rise time
SDA and SCK fall time
SDA output delay relative to SCK falling edge
Notes:
General comment: All values referred to VIH(min) and VIL(max) levels, unless otherw ise specified.
1. For all signals, the load is CL = 100 pF, and RL value can be 500 ohm to 8 kilohm.
2. Rise time measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), fall time measured from VIH(min) to VIL(max).
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I2C Test Circuit
Figure 46: I2C Test Circuit
VDDIO
Test Point
RL
CL
9.7.14.3
I2C AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 47: I2C Output Delay AC Timing Diagram
tHIGH
tLOW
Vih(min)
SCK
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
SDA
Vil(max)
tOV(min)
tOV(max)
Figure 48: I2C Input AC Timing Diagram
tLOW
tHIGH
Vih(min)
SCK
Vil(max)
Vih(min)
SDA
Vil(max)
tSU
tHD
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9.7.15
JTAG Interface AC Timing
9.7.15.1
JTAG Interface AC Timing Table
Table 73: JTAG Interface AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
MHz
-
JTClk frequency
fCK
JTClk minimum pulse w idth
Tpw
0.45
0.55
tCK
-
JTClk rise/fall slew rate
Sr/Sf
0.5
-
V/ns
2
JTRSTn active time
Trst
1.0
-
ms
-
Tsetup
0.2*tCK
-
ns
-
TMS, TDI input hold relative to JTClk rising edge
Thold
0.4*tCK
-
ns
-
JTClk falling edge to TDO output delay
Tprop
1.0
0.25*tCK
ns
1
TMS, TDI input setup relative to JTClk rising edge
See Note 3
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from vddio/2 to vddio/2, unless otherw ise specified.
General comment: tCK = 1/fCK.
1. For TDO signal, the load is CL = 10 pF.
2. Defined from VIL to VIH for rise time, and from VIH to VIL for fall time.
3. See "Reference Clocks" table for more details.
9.7.15.2
JTAG Interface Test Circuit
Figure 49: JTAG Interface Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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JTAG Interface AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 50: JTAG Interface Output Delay AC Timing Diagram
Tprop
(max)
JTCK
VIH
VIL
TDO
Tprop
(min)
Figure 51: JTAG Interface Input AC Timing Diagram
JTCK
TMS,TDI
Tsetup
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NAND Flash Interface AC Timing
9.7.16.1
NAND Flash AC Timing Table
Table 74: NAND Flash AC Timing Table
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
WEn cycle time
tWC
35
-
ns
1
WEn minimum low pulse w idth
tWP
15
-
ns
1, 2
WEn minimum high pulse w idth
tWH
17
-
ns
1, 2
ALE to WEn skew factor
tASK
-3.5
3.5
ns
2, 3
CLE to WEn skew factor
tCLSK
-3.5
3.5
ns
2, 3
CEn to WEn skew factor
tCSK
-3.5
3.5
ns
2, 3
Data output bus to WEn skew factor
tDSK
-3.5
3.5
ns
2, 3
REn cycle time
tRC
35
-
ns
1
REn minimum low pulse w idth
tRP
15
-
ns
1, 2
REn minimum high pulse w idth
tREH
17
-
ns
1, 2
Data input to REn rising edge skew factor
tISK
-3.5
3.5
ns
2, 3
Notes:
General comment: All values w ere measured from VIL(max) to VIH(min), unless otherw ise specified.
1. See functional specifications for configuration options.
2. For all signals, the load is CL = 10 pF.
3. Skew factor should be taken into consideration as a timing degradation in addition to register settings.
Refer to functional specifications for more information about timing adjustment possibilities.
9.7.16.2
NAND Flash Test Circuit
Figure 52: NAND Flash Test Circuit
Test Point
CL
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9.7.16.3
NAND Flash AC Timing Diagrams
Figure 53: NAND Flash Input AC Timing Diagram
tRC
tRP
tREH
VIH(min)
REn
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
Data
VIL(max)
tISK
tISK
Figure 54: NAND Flash Output AC Timing Diagram
tWC
tWP
tWH
VIH(min)
WEn
VIL(max)
VIH(min)
Data / CEn /
CLE / ALE
VIL(max)
t*SK
t*SK
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9.8
Differential Interface Electrical Characteristics
This section provides the reference clock, AC, and DC characteristics for the following differential
interfaces:

PCI Express (PCIe) Interface Electrical Characteristics

SATA Interface Electrical Characteristics

USB Electrical Characteristics

Serial Gigabit Media Independent Interface (SGMII) Interface Electrical Characteristics

Double Rated-SGMII (DR-SGMII) Electrical Characteristics

Quad Serial Gigabit Media Independent Interface (QSGMII) Electrical Characteristics

Serial Embedded Trace Macrocell (sETM) Interface Electrical Characteristics
Note
The Tx and Rx timing parameters are defined with the relevant reference clock
specifications as specified in the Hardware Specifications.
9.8.1
Differential Interface Reference Clock Characteristics
9.8.1.1
PCI Express Interface Differential Reference Clock Characteristics
Table 75 is relevant for PEX0_CLK_P/N and PEX1_CLK_P/N.
Note
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Table 75: PCI Express Interface Differential Reference Clock Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Clock frequency
Min
Max
Units
Notes
MHz
-
100
fCK
Clock duty cycle
DCrefclk
0.4
0.6
tCK
-
Differential rising/falling slew rate
SRrefclk
0.6
4
V/ns
3
Differential high voltage
VIHrefclk
150
-
mV
-
Differential low voltage
VILrefclk
-
-150
mV
-
Vcross
250
550
mV
1
Variation of Vcross over all rising clock edges
Vcrs_dlta
-
140
mV
1
Rise-Fall matching
dTRrefclk
-
20
%
1
Average differential clock period accuracy
Tperavg
-300
2800
ppm
-
Absolute differential clock period
Tperabs
9.8
10.2
ns
2
Tccjit
-
150
ps
-
Clock high frequency RMS jitter
Thfrms
-
3.1
ps RMS
4
Clock low frequency RMS jitter
Tlfrms
-
3
ps RMS
4
Absolute crossing point voltage
Differential clock cycle-to-cycle jitter
Notes:
General Comment: The reference clock timings are based on 100 ohm test circuit.
General Comment: Refer to the PCI Express Card Electromechanical Specification, Revision 2.0,
April 2007, section 2.1.3 for more information.
1. Defined on a single-ended signal.
2. Including jitter and spread spectrum.
Table 76: PCI Express Interface Spread Spectrum Requirements
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
Fmod
0.0
33.0
kHz
1
Fspread
-0.5
0.0
%
1
Notes:
1. Defined on linear sw eep or “Hershey’s Kiss” (US Patent 5,631,920) modulations.
Note
The PCIe Spread-Spectrum Clocking (SSC) only works with a PCIe reference clock
input.
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PCI Express (PCIe) Interface Electrical Characteristics
9.8.2.1
PCI Express Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 77: PCI Express 1.1 Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
Baud rate
BR
2.5
Gbps
-
Unit interval
UI
400
ps
-
ppm
2
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
-300
300
Driver parameters
Differential peak to peak output voltage
VTXpp
0.8
1.2
V
-
Minimum TX eye w idth
TTXeye
0.75
-
UI
-
Differential return loss
TRLdiff
10
-
dB
1
Common mode return loss
TRLcm
6
-
dB
1
ZTXdiff
80
120
Ohm
-
DC differential TX impedance
Receiver parameters
Differential input peak to peak voltage
VRXpp
0.175
1.2
V
-
Minimum receiver eye w idth
TRXeye
0.4
-
UI
-
Differential return loss
RRLdiff
10
-
dB
1
Common mode return loss
RRLcm
6
-
dB
1
DC differential RX impedance
ZRXdiff
80
120
Ohm
-
DC single-ended input impedance
ZRXcm
40
60
Ohm
-
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to the PCI Express Base Specification, Revision 1.1, March, 2005.
1. Defined from 50 MHz to 1.25 GHz.
Return loss includes contributions from on-chip circuitry, chip packaging,
and off-chip optimized components related to the driver/receiver breakout.
2. Does not account for SSC dictated variations.
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Table 78: PCI Express 2 Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Baud rate
Min
Max
BR
Unit interval
5
UI
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ps
-
-300
300
ppm
1
V
-
200
Driver parameters
Differential peak to peak output voltage
VTXpp
0.8
1.2
Minimum TX eye w idth
TTXeye
0.75
-
UI
-
Differential return loss [50 MHz to 1.25 GHz]
TRLdiff
10
-
dB
-
Differential return loss [1.25 GHz to 2.5 GHz]
TRLdiff
8
-
dB
-
Common mode return loss
TRLcm
6
-
dB
2
DC differential TX impedance
ZTXdiff
-
120
Ohm
-
V
-
Receiver parameters
Differential input peak to peak voltage
VRXpp
0.1
1.2
Minimum receiver eye w idth
TRXeye
0.4
-
UI
-
Differential return loss [50 MHz to 1.25 GHz]
RRLdiff
10
-
dB
-
Differential return loss [1.25 GHz to 2.5 GHz]
RRLdiff
8
-
dB
-
Common mode return loss
RRLcm
6
-
dB
2
DC single-ended input impedance
ZRXcm
40
60
Ohm
-
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to the PCI Express Base Specification, Revision 2.0, December 2007.
1. Does not account for SSC dictated variations.
2. Defined from 50 MHz to 2.5 GHz.
Return loss includes contributions from on-chip circuitry, chip packaging,
and off-chip optimized components related to the driver/receiver breakout.
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PCI Express Interface Test Circuit
Figure 55: PCI Express Interface 1.1 Test Circuit
Test Points
- +
C_TX
D+
D-
C_TX
50 ohm
50 ohm
When measuring Transmitter output parameters, C_TX is an optional portion of the
Test/Measurement load. When used, the value of C_TX must be in the range of 75 nF to 200 nF.
C_TX must not be used when the Test/Measurement load is placed in the Receiver package
reference plane.
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Figure 56: PCI Express Interface 2.0 Test Circuit
Test Points
+ C_TX
D+
D-
C_TX
50 ohm
50 ohm
When measuring Transmitter output parameters, C_TX is an optional portion of the
Test/Measurement load. When used, the value of C_TX must be in the range of 75 nF to 200 nF.
C_TX must not be used when the Test/Measurement load is placed in the Receiver package
reference plane.
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SATA Interface Electrical Characteristics
Note
9.8.3.1
The tables below specify the SATA electrical characteristics at the SATA connector.
Refer to the device design guide for connectivity and layout guidelines of the SATA
interface.
SATA I Interface Gen1 Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 79: SATA I Interface Gen1i Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Baud Rate
Min
Max
1.5
BR
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
-350.0
350.0
ppm
-
Spread spectrum modulation frequency
Fssc
30.0
33.0
kHz
-
Spread spectrum modulation Deviation
SSCtol
-5000.0
0.0
ppm
-
ps
-
Unit Interval
666.67
UI
Driver Parameters
Differential impedance
Zdifftx
85.0
115.0
Ohm
-
Single ended impedance
Zsetx
40.0
-
Ohm
-
Differential return loss (75 MHz-150 MHz)
RLOD
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLOD
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-1.2 GHz)
RLOD
6.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (1.2 GHz-2.4 GHz)
RLOD
3.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLOD
1.0
-
dB
-
Output differential voltage
Vdifftx
400.0
600.0
mV
2
1, 3
Total jitter at connector data-data, 5UI
TJ5
-
0.355
UI
Deterministic jitter at connector data-data, 5UI
DJ5
-
0.175
UI
3
Total jitter at connector data-data, 250UI
TJ250
-
0.470
UI
1, 3
Deterministic jitter at connector data-data, 250UI
DJ250
-
0.220
UI
3
-
Receiver Parameters
Differential impedance
Zdiffrx
85.0
115.0
Ohm
Single ended impedance
Zsetx
40.0
-
Ohm
-
Differential return loss (75 MHz-150 MHz)
RLID
18.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLID
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-600 MHz)
RLID
10.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (600 MHz-1.2 GHz)
RLID
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (1.2 GHz-2.4 GHz)
RLID
3.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLID
1.0
-
dB
-
Vdiffrx
325.0
600.0
mV
1, 3
Input differential voltage
Total jitter at connector data-data, 5UI
TJ5
-
0.430
UI
Deterministic jitter at connector data-data, 5UI
DJ5
-
0.250
UI
3
Total jitter at connector data-data, 250UI
TJ250
-
0.600
UI
1, 3
Deterministic jitter at connector data-data, 250UI
DJ250
-
0.350
UI
3
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Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to SATA II Revision 2.6 Specification, February, 2007.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. Total jitter is defined as TJ = (14 * RJσ) + DJ w here Rjσ is random jitter.
2. Output Differential Amplitude and Pre-Emphasis are configurabile. See the functional register description
for more details.
3. The value is informative only, and it can be achieved by using a proper board layout.
Refer to the hardw are design guidelines for more information.
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SATA II Interface Gen2 Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 80: SATA II Interface Gen2i Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Baud Rate
Min
Max
BR
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
3.0
-350.0
350.0
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ppm
-
Spread spectrum modulation frequency
Fssc
30.0
33.0
kHz
-
Spread spectrum modulation deviation
SSCtol
-5000.0
0.0
ppm
-
ps
-
Unit Interval
UI
333.33
Driver Parameters
Output differential voltage
Vdifftx
400.0
700.0
mV
1,2
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLOD
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-600 MHz)
RLOD
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (600 MHz-2.4 GHz)
RLOD
6.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLOD
3.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (3.0 GHz-5.0 GHz)
RLOD
1.0
-
dB
-
Total jitter at connector clock-data
TJ
-
0.37
UI
4, 5
Deterministic jitter at connector clock-data
DJ
-
0.19
UI
5
Receiver Parameters
Input differential voltage
Vdiffrx
275.0
750.0
mV
3
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLID
18.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-600 MHz)
RLID
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (600 MHz-1.2 GHz)
RLID
10.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (1.2 GHz-2.4 GHz)
RLID
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLID
3.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (3.0 GHz-5.0 GHz)
RLID
1.0
-
dB
-
Total jitter at connector clock-data
TJ
-
0.60
UI
4, 5
Deterministic jitter at connector clock-data
DJ
-
0.42
UI
5
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to SATA II Revision 2.6 Specification, February, 2007.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. 0.45-0.55 UI is the range w here the signal meets the minimum level.
2. Output Differential Amplitude and Pre-Emphasis are configurabile. See the functional register description
for more details.
3. 0.5 UI is the point w here the signal meets the minimum level.
4. The jitter is defined using a recovered clock w ith characteristics that meet the desired Jitter Transfer
Function (JTF). The JTF is the ratio betw een the jitter defined using the recovered clock and the jitter
defined using an ideal clock. It should have a high pass function w ith the follow ing characteristics:
- The -3 dB corner frequency of the JTF shall be 2.1 MHz +/- 1 MHz.
- The magnitude peaking of the JTF shall be 3.5 dB maximum.
- The attenuation at 30 kHz +/- 1% shall be 72 dB +/- 3 dB.
5. The value is informative only, and it can be achieved by using a proper board layout.
Refer to the hardw are design guidelines for more information.
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Table 81: SATA II Interface Gen2m Mode Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Baud Rate
Min
Max
BR
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
3.0
-350.0
350.0
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ppm
-
Spread spectrum modulation frequency
Fssc
30.0
33.0
kHz
-
Spread spectrum modulation deviation
SSCtol
-5000.0
0.0
ppm
-
ps
-
Unit Interval
UI
333.33
Driver Parameters
Output differential voltage
Vdifftx
400.0
700.0
mV
1,2
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLOD
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-600 MHz)
RLOD
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (600 MHz-2.4 GHz)
RLOD
6.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLOD
3.0
-
dB
-
Total jitter at connector clock-data
TJ
-
0.37
UI
4, 5
Deterministic jitter at connector clock-data
DJ
-
0.19
UI
5
Receiver Parameters
Input differential voltage
Vdiffrx
240.0
750.0
mV
3
Differential return loss (150 MHz-300 MHz)
RLID
18.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (300 MHz-600 MHz)
RLID
14.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (600 MHz-1.2 GHz)
RLID
10.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (1.2 GHz-2.4 GHz)
RLID
8.0
-
dB
-
Differential return loss (2.4 GHz-3.0 GHz)
RLID
3.0
-
dB
-
Total jitter at connector clock-data
TJ
-
0.60
UI
4, 5
Deterministic jitter at connector clock-data
DJ
-
0.42
UI
5
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to SATA II Revision 2.6 Specification, February, 2007.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. 0.45-0.55 UI is the range w here the signal meets the minimum level.
2. Output Differential Amplitude and Pre-Emphasis are configurabile. See the functional register description
for more details.
3. 0.5 UI is the point w here the signal meets the minimum level.
4. The jitter is defined using a recovered clock w ith characteristics that meet the desired Jitter Transfer
Function (JTF). The JTF is the ratio betw een the jitter defined using the recovered clock and the jitter
defined using an ideal clock. It should have a high pass function w ith the follow ing characteristics:
- The -3 dB corner frequency of the JTF shall be 2.1 MHz +/- 1 MHz.
- The magnitude peaking of the JTF shall be 3.5 dB maximum.
- The attenuation at 30 kHz +/- 1% shall be 72 dB +/- 3 dB.
5. The value is informative only, and it can be achieved by using a proper board layout.
Refer to the hardw are design guidelines for more information.
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USB Electrical Characteristics
9.8.4.1
USB Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 82: USB Low Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Low Speed
Description
Baud Rate
Baud rate tolerance
Ouput single ended high
Ouput single ended low
Output signal crossover voltage
Data fall time
Data rise time
Rise and fall time matching
Source jitter total: to next transition
Source jitter total: for paired transitions
Input single ended high
Input single ended low
Differential input sensitivity
Sym bol
BR
Bppm
Driver Parameters
VOH
VOL
VCRS
TLR
TLF
TLRFM
TUDJ1
TUDJ2
Receiver Parameters
VIH
VIL
VDI
Min
Max
1.5
-15000.0 15000.0
Units
Mbps
ppm
Notes
-
2.8
0.0
1.3
75.0
75.0
80.0
-95.0
-150.0
3.6
0.3
2.0
300.0
300.0
125.0
95.0
150.0
V
V
V
ns
ns
%
ns
ns
1
2
3
3, 4
3, 4
5
5
2.0
0.2
0.8
-
V
V
V
-
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revision 2.0, April 2000.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. Defined w ith 1.425 kilohm pull-up resistor to 3.6V.
2. Defined w ith 14.25 kilohm pull-dow n resistor to ground.
3. See "Data Signal Rise and Fall Time" w aveform.
4. Defined from 10% to 90% for rise time and 90% to 10% for fall time.
5. Including frequency tolerance. Timing difference betw een the differential data signals.
Defined at crossover point of differential data signals.
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Table 83: USB Full Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Full Speed
Description
Sym bol
BR
Bppm
Driver Parameters
Ouput single ended high
VOH
Ouput single ended low
VOL
Output signal crossover voltage
VCRS
Output rise time
TFR
Output fall time
TFL
Source jitter total: to next transition
TDJ1
Source jitter total: for paired transitions
TDJ2
Source jitter for differential transition to SE0 transition
TFDEOP
Receiver Parameters
Input single ended high
VIH
Input single ended low
VIL
Differential input sensitivity
VDI
Receiver jitter : to next transition
tJR1
Receiver jitter: for paired transitions
tJR2
Baud Rate
Baud rate tolerance
Min
Max
12.0
-2500.0
2500.0
Units
Mbps
ppm
Notes
-
2.8
0.0
1.3
4.0
4.0
-3.5
-4.0
-2.0
3.6
0.3
2.0
20.0
20.0
3.5
4.0
5.0
V
V
V
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
1
2
4
3, 4
3, 4
5, 6
5, 6
6
2.0
0.2
-18.5
-9.0
0.8
18.5
9.0
V
V
V
ns
ns
6
6
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revision 2.0, April 2000.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. Defined w ith 1.425 kilohm pull-up resistor to 3.6V.
2. Defined w ith 14.25 kilohm pull-dow n resistor to ground.
3. Defined from 10% to 90% for rise time and 90% to 10% for fall time.
4. See "Data Signal Rise and Fall Time" w aveform.
5. Including frequency tolerance. Timing difference betw een the differential data signals.
6. Defined at crossover point of differential data signals.
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Table 84: USB High Speed Driver and Receiver Characteristics
High Speed
Description
Baud Rate
Baud rate tolerance
Data signaling high
Data signaling low
Data rise time
Data fall time
Data source jitter
Sym bol
BR
Bppm
Driver Parameters
VHSOH
VHSOL
THSR
THSF
Min
Max
480.0
-500.0
500.0
Units
Mbps
ppm
Notes
-
360.0
440.0
-10.0
10.0
500.0
500.0
See note 2
mV
mV
ps
ps
1
1
2
Receiver Parameters
Differential input signaling levels
Data signaling common mode voltage range
Receiver jitter tolerance
VHSCM
See note 3
-50.0
500.0
See note 3
3
3
mV
Notes:
General Comment: For more information, refer to Universal Serial Bus Specification, Revision 2.0, April 2000.
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: To comply w ith the values presented in this table, refer to your local
Marvell representative for register settings.
1. Defined from 10% to 90% for rise time and 90% to 10% for fall time.
2. Source jitter specified by the "TX eye diagram pattern template" figure.
3. Receiver jitter specified by the "RX eye diagram pattern template" figure.
9.8.4.2
USB Interface Driver Waveforms
Figure 57: Low/Full Speed Data Signal Rise and Fall Time
Rise Time
Fall Time
90%
VCRS
90%
10%
Differential
Data Lines
10%
TR
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Figure 58: High Speed TX Eye Diagram Pattern Template
+525mV
+475mV
+400mV
Differential
+300mV
0 Volts
Differential
-300mV
- 400mV
Differential
-475mV
-525mV
7.5%
37.5%
92.5%
62.5%
0%
100%
Figure 59: High Speed RX Eye Diagram Pattern Template
+525mV
+475mV
+400mV
Differential
+175mV
0 Volts
Differential
-175mV
- 400mV
Differential
-475mV
-525mV
12.5%
0%
35
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9.8.5
Serial Gigabit Media Independent Interface (SGMII) Interface
Electrical Characteristics
9.8.5.1
SGMII Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 85: SGMII Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics (1000BASE-X)
Description
Sym bol
Baud rate
Min
BR
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
Unit interval
Max
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ppm
1
ps
-
1.25
-100
UI
100
800
Driver parameters for 1000BASE-X Backplane M ode
Output differential minimum eye opening
Vodppe
850
-
mV
-
Output differential maximum peak-to-peak
Vodpp
-
1350
mV
-
Vos
-0.4
1.6
V
-
Absolute output limits
Output differential skew
Tosk
-
20
ps
2
Return loss differential output
RLOD
10
-
dB
3, 9
Jttx
-
0.1
UI
4
Jttxpp
-
0.24
UI
6
Output jitter - deterministic, peak-to-peak
Output jitter - total, peak-to-peak
Receiver parameters for 1000BASE-X Backplane M ode
Input differential sensitivity
Vidppe
180
-
mV
8
Input differential voltage
Vidpp
-
2000
mV
8
Input differential skew
Tisk
-
180
ps
5
Return loss differential input
RLID
10
-
dB
3, 9
Return loss common mode input
RLIC
6
-
dB
7, 9
Input jitter - deterministic, peak-to-peak
Jtrx
-
0.462
UI
4
Jtrxpp
-
0.749
UI
6
Input jitter - total, peak-to-peak
Notes:
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
1. Defines the allow able reference clock difference from nominal.
2. This is a single ended parameter and is defined at the 50% point on the signal sw ing.
3. Defined from 50 MHz to 625 MHz.
For 650 MHz - 1.25 GHz: -10dB+10log(Freq/625) (Freq defined in MHz).
4. Jitter specifications include all but 10^-12 of the jitter population.
5. This value assumes total eye jitter budget is still maintained.
6. Total jitter is composed of both deterministic and random components.
The allow ed random jitter equals the allow ed total jitter minus the actual deterministic at that point.
7. Defined from 50 MHz to 625 MHz.
For 650 MHz - 1.25 GHz: -6dB+10log(Freq/625) (Freq defined in MHz).
8. Vidppe refers to the internal eye opening w hile Vidpp refers to the peak-to-peak.
9. Return loss includes contributions from on-chip circuitry, chip packaging,
and off-chip optimized components related to the driver/receiver breakout.
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SGMII Interface Driver Waveforms
Figure 60: Tri-Speed Interface Driver Output Voltage Limits And Definitions
V [Single Ended]
Max Absolute Output
Output Common
Min Absolute Output
Ground
V [Differential]
Differential Peak-to-Peak
Time
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9.8.6
Double Rated-SGMII (DR-SGMII) Electrical Characteristics
9.8.6.1
DR-SGMII Short Reach (SR) Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 86: DR-SGMII Short Reach (SR) Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Baud Rate
Baud rate tolerance
Unit Interval
Sym bol
Min
BR
Bppm
Max
3.125
-100
100
320
UI
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ppm
1
ps
-
Driver parameters
Output differential minimum eye opening
Vodppe
800
-
mV
-
Output differential maximum peak-to-peak
Vodpp
-
1600
mV
-
Vos
-0.4
2.3
V
-
Absolute output limits
Output differential skew
Tosk
-
15
ps
2
Output differential transition time
Tr/Tf
-
130
ps
3
Return loss differential output
RLOD
10
-
dB
4
Jttx
-
0.17
UI
-
Jttxpp
-
0.35
UI
5, 8
Output jitter - Deterministic, peak-to-peak
Output jitter - Total, peak-to-peak
Receiver parameters
Input differential sensitivity
Vidpps
200
-
mV
9
Input differential voltage
Vidpp
-
1600
mV
9
Input differential skew
Tisk
-
75
ps
6
Return loss differential input
RLID
10
-
dB
7
Return loss common mode input
RLIC
6
-
dB
7
Input jitter - Deterministic, peak-to-peak
Jtrx
-
0.47
UI
10
Input jitter - Sinusoidal, low frequency
Jtrlsx
-
8.5
UI
11
Input jitter - Sinusoidal, high frequency
Jtrsx
-
0.1
UI
12
Input jitter - Total, peak-to-peak
Jtrxpp
-
0.65
UI
5, 8
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Notes:
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
1. Defines the allow able reference clock difference from nominal.
2. This is a single ended parameter and is defined at the 50% point on the signal sw ing.
3. Defined from 20% to 80% of the signal's voltage levels.
4. Defined from 312.5 MHz to 625 MHz.
5. Defined w ith a BER of 10^-12.
6. This value assumes total eye jitter budget is still maintained.
7. Relative to 100 ohm differential and 25 ohm common mode. Defined from 100 MHz to 2.5 GHz.
Return loss includes contributions from on-chip circuitry, chip packaging,
and off-chip optimized components related to the driver/receiver breakout.
8. Total jitter is composed of both deterministic and random components.
The allow ed random jitter equals the allow ed total jitter minus the actual deterministic at that point.
9. Vidpps refers to the internal eye opening w hile Vidpp refers to the peak-to-peak.
10. Deterministic jitter includes sinusoidal, high frequency (Jtrsx), component.
11. Defined below 22.1 kHz.
12. Defined from 1.875 MHz to 20 MHz.
DR-SGMII Driver Output Waveforms
9.8.6.2
Figure 62: DR-SGMII Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions
V [Single Ended]
Max Absolute Output
Output Common
Min Absolute Output
Ground
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Differential Peak-to-Peak
Figure 63: DR-SGMII Driver Output Differential Voltage under Pre-emphasis
Vodp
Vodd
Vodd
Vodp
Bit Time
Bit Time
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Hardware Specifications
9.8.7
Quad Serial Gigabit Media Independent Interface (QSGMII)
Electrical Characteristics
9.8.7.1
QSGMII Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 87: QSGMII Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Baud rate
Min
Max
BR
Baud rate tolerance
Bppm
Unit Interval
5.0
-100.0
UI
100.0
200.0
Units
Notes
Gbps
-
ppm
1
ps
-
Driver parameters
Output differential minimum eye opening
Vodppe
400.0
-
mV
-
Output differential maximum peak-to-peak
Output emphasis
Vodpp
-
900.0
mV
-
Emph
3.0
4.0
dB
-
Output differential resistance
Rdo
80.0
120.0
Ohm
-
Absolute output limits
Vos
-0.1
1.9
V
-
Output differential transition time
Tr/Tf
30.0
-
ps
2
Return loss differential output
RLOD
8.0
-
dB
3, 4
Return loss common mode output
RLOC
6.0
-
dB
3, 4
Jttx
-
0.15
UI
17
Output duty cycle distortion
Jdcdtx
-
0.05
UI
-
Output jitter - Total, peak-to-peak
Jttxpp
-
0.30
UI
5, 6, 13
Output jitter - Deterministic, peak-to-peak
Interconnect parameters (Informative only)
Interconnect differential insertion loss: 50 MHz
ILOD
-
1.0
dB
7, 8
Interconnect differential insertion loss: 500 MHz
ILOD
-
2.0
dB
7, 8
Interconnect differential insertion loss: 2500 MHz
ILOD
-
6.6
dB
7, 8
Interconnect differential insertion loss: 5000 MHz
ILOD
-
12.3
dB
7, 8
100.0
-
mV
9
Receiver parameters
Input differential sensitivity
Vidpps
Input differential voltage
Vidpp
-
900.0
mV
9
Input differential resistance
Rdi
80.0
120.0
Ohm
-
Return loss differential input
RLID
8.0
-
dB
3, 4
Return loss common mode input
RLIC
6.0
-
dB
3, 4
Input sinusoidal jitter, low frequency
Js
-
5.0
UI
14
Input sinusodial jitter, high frequency
Jshf
-
0.05
UI
15
Input jitter - Deterministic, peak-to-peak
Jtrx
-
0.45
UI
12
Jtrxuc
-
0.15
UI
10
Input correlated bounded high probability jitter
Jtrxisi
-
0.30
UI
11
Input jitter - Total, peak-to-peak
Jtrxpp
-
0.60
UI
5, 16
Input uncorrelated bounded high probability jitter
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General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
General Comment: DC blocker is mandatory since the TX and RX common mode voltage differs.
1. Defines the allow able reference clock difference from nominal.
2. Defined from 20% to 80% of the signal's voltage levels.
3. Defined from 100 MHz to 2.5 GHz.
For 2.5 GHz -5.0 GHz RLOD> 8dB-16.6log(Freq/2.5) (Freq defined in GHz).
4. Relative to 100 ohm differential and 25 ohm common mode.
Return loss includes contributions from on-chip circuitry, chip packaging,
and off-chip optimized components related to the driver/receiver breakout.
5. Defined w ith a Bit Error Rate (BER) of 10^-15.
6. Total jitter is composed of both deterministic and random components.
The allow ed random jitter equals the allow ed total jitter minus the actual deterministic jitter
and duty cycle distortion at that point.
7. The interconnect insertion loss specification is defined from the TX pins (w ith zero pre-emphasis) to the RX pins.
The interconnect value betw een the frequencies should be extrapolated using
linear extrapolation on a logarithmic loss scale.
8. The interconnect definition w as determined to allow a maximum insertion loss value at
a frequency equal to half the bit rate.
The insertion loss value must vary w ithout notch-like behavior up to a maximum frequency
as defined by the interconnect definition.
9. Vidpps refers to the internal eye opening w hile Vidpp refers to the peak-to-peak.
10. Jitter distribution w here the value of the jitter show s no correlation to any signal level being transmitted.
11. Jitter distribution w here the value of the jitter show s a strong correlation to the signal level being transmitted.
This jitter may be considered as being equalizable due to its correlation to the signal level (ISI).
12. This is the sum of Jtrxuc and Jtrxisi.
13. The clock for output TX jitter is generated using a golden PLL.
The PLL loop bandw idth is BR/1667 w ith a 20 dB/dec rolloff.
14. Defined up to f = 30 kHz.
15. Defined betw een f = BR/1667 to f = 20 MHz.
16. Does not include sinusoidal jitter.
17. Driver jitter does not include correlated bounded jitter created by the driver emphasis.
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QSGMII Interface Driver Waveforms
Figure 65: QSGMII Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions
V [Single Ended]
Max Absolute Output
Output Common
Min Absolute Output
Ground
V [Differential]
Differential Peak-to-Peak
Figure 66: Interconnect Insertion Loss
Insertion Loss
[dB]
50
500
2500
-1.0
-2.0
5000
Frequency [MHz]
-6.6
-12.3
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9.8.8
Serial Embedded Trace Macrocell (sETM) Interface
Electrical Characteristics
9.8.8.1
sETM Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Table 88: sETM Interface Driver and Receiver Characteristics
Description
Sym bol
Min
Max
Units
Notes
BR
-
6
Gbps
-
Bppm
-100
100
ppm
1
UI
166.667
-
ps
-
400
-
mV
-
Baud Rate
Baud rate tolerance
Unit Interval
Driver parameters
Output differential minimum eye opening
Vodppe
Output differential maximum peak-to-peak
Vodpp
-
1200
mV
-
Absolute output limits
Vos
-0.4
1.9
V
-
Output common mode voltage
Vcm
1.45
1.55
V
-
Output de-emphasis voltage range
Emph
0.0
50
%
5
Output de-emphasis voltage accuracy
Empha
-
10
%
-
Output differential resistance
Rdo
85
115
Ohm
-
Output differential skew
Tosk
-
15
ps
2
Output differential transition time
Tr/Tf
46
64
ps
3
Output lane to lane skew
Tlskew
-
5
UI
-
Output jitter - Total, peak-to-peak
Jttxpp
-
0.26
UI
4
Notes:
General Comment: The load is 100 ohm differential for these parameters, unless otherw ise specified.
1. Defines the allow able reference clock difference from nominal.
2. This is a single ended parameter and is defined at the 50% point on the signal sw ing.
3. Defined from 20% to 80% of the signal's voltage levels.
4. Defined w ith a BER of 10^-12 and PRBS7 pattern.
5. Precent reduced from the TX differential peak-to-peak voltage.
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sETM Interface Driver Output Waveforms
Figure 68: Driver Output Voltage Limits and Definitions
V [Single Ended]
Max Absolute Output
Output Common
Min Absolute Output
Ground
V [Differential]
Differential Peak-to-Peak
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Thermal Data
Table 89provides the package thermal data for the MV78260. This data is derived from simulations
that were run according to the JEDEC standard.
The documents listed below provide a basic understanding of thermal management of integrated
circuits (ICs) and guidelines to ensure optimal operating conditions for Marvell products. Before
designing a system, it is recommended to refer to these documents:

Application Note, AN-63 Thermal Management for Selected Marvell® Products, Document
Number MV-S300281-00

White Paper, ThetaJC, ThetaJA, and Temperature Calculations, Document Number
MV-S700019-00
Table 89: Thermal Data for the MV78260 in FCBGA Package
Sy m b o l
D e fin i ti on
A ir fl ow Va l ue (° C / W )
0 [ m /s ]
1 [ m / s]
2[m/s]
JA
Thermal resistance: junction to ambient
14.66
12.54
11.66
JT
Thermal characterization parameter: junction to top center
0.77
0.67
0.67
JB
Thermal characterization parameter: junction to board
6.77
6.13
5.92
JC
Thermal resistance: junction to case
(not air-flow dependent)
0.5
JB
Thermal resistance: junction to board
(not air-flow dependent)
6.7
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Package Mechanical Dimensions
The ARMADA® XP Highly Integrated Multi-Core ARMv7 Based System-on-Chip Processors use a
732-pin 23 mm x 23 mm FCBGA package with a 0.65 mm pitch.
Figure 70: 732-Pin FCBGA Package and Dimensions
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Part Order Numbering/Package Marking
12.1
Part Order Numbering
Figure 71 shows the part order numbering scheme for the MV78260. Refer to Marvell Field
Application Engineers (FAEs) or representatives for further information when ordering parts.
Figure 71: Sample Part Number
MV78260 –xx–BJR2C000–xxxx
Custom code (optional)
Frequency
106 = 1066 MHz
120 = 1200 MHz
133 = 1333 MHz
160 = 1600 MHz
Part number
MV78260
Temperature code
C = Commercial
Die revision
Environmental code
2 = Green (RoHS 6/6 and
Halogen-free)
Custom code
Package code
BJR = 732-pin FCBGA
R.
Table 90: MV78260 Part Order Options
P a c k a g e Ty p e
P a r t O r de r N um b e r
732-pin FCBGA
MV78260-xx-BJR2C106 (Green, RoHS 6/6 and Halogen-free package, 1066 MHz)
732-pin FCBGA
MV78260-xx-BJR2C120 (Green, RoHS 6/6 and Halogen-free package, 1200 MHz)
732-pin FCBGA
MV78260-xx-BJR2C133 (Green, RoHS 6/6 and Halogen-free package, 1333 MHz)
732-pin FCBGA
MV78260-xx-BJR2C160 (Green, RoHS 6/6 and Halogen-free package, 1600 MHz)
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Package Marking
12.2
Package Marking
This section provides the package markings for the MV78260 FCBGA package.
Figure 72 shows a sample flip chip die marking and pin 1 location for the FCBGA package.
Figure 72: Package Marking and Pin 1 Location (Top View)
Country of origin
(Contained in the
mold ID or marked as
the last line on the
package.)
Part number and
revision
Pin 1 location
Marvell logo
MV78-XXXe
Lot Number
YYWW x[email protected]
Country of Origin
MV78260-xx
CZZZ
Temperature code
C = Commercial, ZZZ = Custom)
Part number prefix, Package code,
environmental code
MV78 = Part number prefix
XXX = Package code
e = Environmental code
Date code, custom code, assembly plant code
YYWW = Date code (YY = year, WW = Work Week)
xx = Custom code/Die revision
@ = Assembly plant code
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