W40S11-02 SDRAM Buffer - 2 DIMM (Mobile) Features Key Specifications • Ten skew-controlled CMOS outputs (SDRAM0:9) • Supports two SDRAM DIMMs • Ideal for high-performance systems designed around Intel®’s latest Mobile chip set • I2C Serial configuration interface • Skew between any two outputs is less than 250 ps • 1 to 5 ns propagation delay • DC to 133-MHz operation • Single 3.3V supply voltage • Low power CMOS design packaged in a 28-pin, 209-mil SSOP (Shrink Small Outline Package) Supply Voltages:........................................... VDD = 3.3V±5% Operating Temperature:.................................... 0°C to +70°C Input Threshold: .................................................. 1.5V typical Maximum Input Voltage: .......................................VDD + 0.5V Input Frequency:............................................... 0 to 133 MHz BUF_IN to SDRAM0:9 Propagation Delay: ........1.0 to 5.0 ns Output Edge Rate:................................................. >1.5 V/ns Output Skew: ............................................................ ±250 ps Output Duty Cycle: .................................. 45/55% worst case Output Impedance: ........................................15 ohms typical Overview Output Type: ................................................ CMOS rail-to-rail The Cypress W40S11-02 is a low-voltage, ten-output clock buffer. Output buffer impedance is approximately 15Ω, which is ideal for driving SDRAM DIMMs. Pin Configuration Block Diagram SDATA SCLOCK Serial Port VDD SDRAM0 SDRAM1 GND VDD SDRAM2 SDRAM3 GND BUF_IN VDD SDRAM8 GND VDD SDATA  Device Control OE SDRAM0 SDRAM1 SDRAM2 SDRAM3 SDRAM4 SDRAM5 SDRAM6 SDRAM7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 VDD SDRAM7 SDRAM6 GND VDD SDRAM5 SDRAM4 GND OE  VDD SDRAM9 GND GND SCLOCK SDRAM8 BUF_IN SDRAM9 Note: 1. Internal pull-up resistor of 250K on SDATA, SCLOCK, and OE inputs (should not be relied upon for pulling up to VDD). Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation • 3901 North First Street • San Jose • CA 95134 • 408-943-2600 September 29, 1999, rev. ** W40S11-02 Pin Definitions Pin Name SDRAM0:9 Pin No. Pin Type 2, 3, 6, 7, 22, 23, 26, 27, 11, 18 O Pin Description SDRAM Outputs: Provides buffered copy of BUF_IN. The propagation delay from a rising input edge to a rising output edge is 1 to 5 ns. All outputs are skew controlled to within ± 250 ps of each other. Clock Input: This clock input has an input threshold voltage of 1.5V (typ). BUF_IN 9 I SDATA 14 I/O I2C Data Input: Data should be presented to this input as described in the I2C section of this data sheet. Internal 250-kΩ pull-up resistor. SCLOCK 15 I I2C Clock Input: The I2C Data clock should be presented to this input as described in the I2C section of this data sheet. Internal 250-kΩ pull-up resistor. VDD 1, 5, 10, 13, 19, 24, 28 P Power Connection: Power supply for core logic and output buffers. Connected to 3.3V supply. GND 4, 8, 12, 16, 17, 21, 25 G Ground Connection: Connect all ground pins to the common system ground plane. 20 I Output Enable: Internal 250-kΩ pull-up resistor. Three-states outputs when LOW. OE 2 W40S11-02 Output Drivers Functional Description The W40S11-02 output buffers are CMOS type which deliver a rail-to-rail (GND to VDD) output voltage swing into a nominal capacitive load. Thus, output signaling is both TTL and CMOS level compatible. Nominal output buffer impedance is 15 ohms. Output Control Pins Outputs three-stated when OE = 0, and toggle when OE = 1. Outputs are in phase with BUF_IN but are phase delayed by 1 to 5 ns. Outputs can also be controlled via the I2C interface. Operation Data is written to the W40S11-02 in ten bytes of eight bits each. Bytes are written in the order shown in Table 1. Table 1. Byte Writing Sequence Byte Sequence Byte Name 1 Slave Address 11010010 Commands the W40S11-02 to accept the bits in Data Bytes 0–6 for internal register configuration. Since other devices may exist on the same common serial data bus, it is necessary to have a specific slave address for each potential receiver. The slave receiver address for the W40S11-02 is 11010010. Register setting will not be made if the Slave Address is not correct (or is for an alternate slave receiver). 2 Command Code Don’t Care Unused by the W40S11-02, therefore bit values are ignored (don’t care). This byte must be included in the data write sequence to maintain proper byte allocation. The Command Code Byte is part of the standard serial communication protocol and may be used when writing to another addressed slave receiver on the serial data bus. 3 Byte Count Don’t Care Unused by the W40S11-02, therefore bit values are ignored (don’t care). This byte must be included in the data write sequence to maintain proper byte allocation. The Byte Count Byte is part of the standard serial communication protocol and may be used when writing to another addressed slave receiver on the serial data bus. 4 Data Byte 0 Refer to Table 2 5 Data Byte 1 6 Data Byte 2 The data bits in these bytes set internal W40S11-23 registers that control device operation. The data bits are only accepted when the Address Byte bit sequence is 11010010, as noted above. For description of bit control functions, refer to Table 2, Data Byte Serial Configuration Map. 7 Data Byte 3 Don’t Care Refer to Cypress clock drivers. 8 Data Byte 4 9 Data Byte 5 10 Data Byte 6 Bit Sequence Byte Description 3 W40S11-02 Writing Data Bytes Table 2 gives the bit formats for registers located in Data Bytes 0–6. Each bit in the data bytes control a particular device function. Bits are written MSB (most significant bit) first, which is bit 7. Table 2. Data Bytes 0–2 Serial Configuration Map Affected Pin Bit(s) Pin No. Pin Name Bit Control Control Function 0 1 Data Byte 0 SDRAM Active/Inactive Register (1=Enable, 0=Disable) 7 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 6 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 5 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 4 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 3 7 SDRAM3 Clock Output Disable Low Active 2 6 SDRAM2 Clock Output Disable Low Active 1 3 SDRAM1 Clock Output Disable Low Active 0 2 SDRAM0 Clock Output Disable Low Active Data Byte 1 SDRAM Active/Inactive Register (1=Enable, 0=Disable) 7 27 SDRAM7 Clock Output Disable Low Active 6 26 SDRAM6 Clock Output Disable Low Active 5 23 SDRAM5 Clock Output Disable Low Active 4 22 SDRAM4 Clock Output Disable Low Active 3 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 2 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 1 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 0 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- Data Byte 2 SDRAM Active/Inactive Register (1=Enable, 0=Disable) 7 18 SDRAM9 Clock Output Disable Low Active 6 11 SDRAM8 Clock Output Disable Low Active 5 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 4 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 3 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 2 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 1 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- 0 N/A Reserved (Reserved) -- -- Note: 2. At power-up all SDRAM outputs are enabled and active. It is recommended to program Bits 4–7 of Byte0 and Bits 0–3 of Byte1 to a “0” to save power and reduce noise. 4 W40S11-02 How To Use the Serial Data Interface logic 1. All bus devices generally have logic inputs to receive data. Electrical Requirements Although the W40S11-02 is a receive-only device (no data write-back capability), it does transmit an “acknowledge” data pulse after each byte is received. Thus, the SDATA line can both transmit and receive data. Figure 1 illustrates electrical characteristics for the serial interface bus used with the W40S11-02. Devices send data over the bus with an open drain logic output that can (a) pull the bus line LOW, or (b) let the bus default to logic 1. The pull-up resistor on the bus (both clock and data lines) establish a default The pull-up resistor should be sized to meet the rise and fall times specified in AC parameters, taking into consideration total bus line capacitance. VDD VDD ~ 2kΩ ~ 2kΩ SERIAL BUS DATA LINE SERIAL BUS CLOCK LINE SDCLK CLOCK IN CLOCK OUT SDATA SCLOCK DATA IN N DATA OUT CLOCK IN N DATA IN DATA OUT CHIP SET (SERIAL BUS MASTER TRANSMITTER) CLOCK DEVICE (SERIAL BUS SLAVE RECEIVER) Figure 1. Serial Interface Bus Electrical Characteristics 5 SDATA N W40S11-02 Signaling Requirements Sending Data to the W40S11-02 As shown in Figure 2, valid data bits are defined as stable logic 0 or 1 condition on the data line during a clock HIGH (logic 1) pulse. A transitioning data line during a clock HIGH pulse may be interpreted as a start or stop pulse (it will be interpreted as a start or stop pulse if the start/stop timing parameters are met). The device accepts data once it has detected a valid start bit and address byte sequence. Device functionality is changed upon the receipt of each data bit (registers are not double buffered). Partial transmission is allowed meaning that a transmission can be truncated as soon as the desired data bits are transmitted (remaining registers will be unmodified). Transmission is truncated with either a stop bit or new start bit (restart condition). A write sequence is initiated by a “start bit” as shown in Figure 3. A “stop bit” signifies that a transmission has ended. As stated previously, the W40S11-02 sends an “acknowledge” pulse after receiving eight data bits in each byte as shown in Figure 4. SDATA SCLOCK Valid Data Bit Change of Data Allowed Figure 2. Serial Data Bus Valid Data Bit SDATA SCLOCK Start Bit Stop Bit Figure 3. Serial Data Bus Start and Stop Bit 6 Figure 4. Serial Data Bus Write Sequence Signaling from System Core Logic Start Condition Stop Condition Slave Address (First Byte) SDATA SCLOCK Command Code (Second Byte) MSB 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 LSB 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Byte Count (Third Byte) MSB A 1 LSB 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Last Data Byte (Last Byte) MSB A 1 MSB 2 3 4 1 LSB 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A SDATA Acknowledgment Bit from Clock Device Signaling by Clock Device 7 tSPF tLOW SCLOCK tSTHD tDSU tHIGH tR tF tDHD tSP tSPSU tSTHD t SPSU W40S11-02 Figure 5. Serial Data Bus Timing Diagram SDATA W40S11-02 Absolute Maximum Ratings above those specified in the operating sections of this specification is not implied. Maximum conditions for extended periods may affect reliability. Stresses greater than those listed in this table may cause permanent damage to the device. These represent a stress rating only. Operation of the device at these or any other conditions Parameter Description Rating Unit V VDD, VIN Voltage on any pin with respect to GND –0.5 to +7.0 –65 to +150 °C 0 to +70 °C –55 to +125 °C TSTG Storage Temperature TA Operating Temperature TB Ambient Temperature under Bias DC Electrical Characteristics: TA = 0°C to +70°C, VDD = 3.3V±5% Typ Max Unit IDD Parameter 3.3V Supply Current Description at 66 MHz Test Condition/Comments Min 120 160 mA IDD 3.3V Supply Current at 100 MHz 185 220 mA IDD Tristate 3.3V Supply Current in Three-State 5 10 mA V Logic Inputs VIL Input Low Voltage VSS–0.3 0.8 VIH Input High Voltage 2.0 VDD+0.5 V IILEAK Input Leakage Current, BUF_IN –5 +5 µA IILEAK Input Leakage Current –20 +5 µA 50 mV Logic Outputs (SDRAM0:9)  VOL Output Low Voltage IOL = 1 mA VOH Output High Voltage IOH = –1 mA 3.1 IOL Output Low Current VOL = 1.5V 70 110 185 mA IOH Output High Current VOH = 1.5V 65 100 160 mA V Pin Capacitance/Inductance CIN Input Pin Capacitance 5 pF COUT Output Pin Capacitance 6 pF LIN Input Pin Inductance 7 nH Note: 3. OE, SDATA, and SCLOCK logic pins have a 250-kΩ internal pull-up resistor (VDD – 0.8V). 4. All SDRAM outputs loaded by 6" transmission lines with 22-pF capacitors on ends. 8 W40S11-02 AC Electrical Characteristics: TA = 0°C to +70°C, VDD = 3.3V±5% (Lump Capacitance Test Load = 30 pF) Parameter Description Test Condition Min Typ Max Unit fIN Input Frequency 0 133 MHz tR Output Rise Edge Rate Measured from 0.4V to 2.4V 1.5 4.0 V/ns tF Output Fall Edge Rate Measured from 2.4V to 0.4V 1.5 4.0 V/ns tSR Output Skew, Rising Edges 250 ps tSF Output Skew, Falling Edges 250 ps tEN Output Enable Time 1.0 8.0 ns tDIS Output Disable Time 1.0 8.0 ns tPR Rising Edge Propagation Delay 1.0 5.0 ns tPF Falling Edge Propagation Delay 1.0 5.0 ns tD Duty Cycle 45 55 % Zo AC Output Impedance Measured at 1.5V 15 Ordering Information Ordering Code W40S11 Freq. Mask Code Package Name -02 H X Package Type 28-pin SSOP (209-mil) 28-pin TSSOP (173-mil) Document #: 38-00805 9 Ω W40S11-02 Package Diagrams 28-Pin Shrink Small Outline Package (TSSOP, 173-mil) 10 W40S11-02 Package Diagrams (continued) 28-Pin Small Shrink Outline Package (SSOP, 209 mils) © Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, 1999. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation assumes no responsibility for the use of any circuitry other than circuitry embodied in a Cypress Semiconductor product. Nor does it convey or imply any license under patent or other rights. Cypress Semiconductor does not authorize its products for use as critical components in life-support systems where a malfunction or failure may reasonably be expected to result in significant injury to the user. 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