AK4117VF

[AKD4117-B]
AKD4117-B
AK4117 Evaluation Board Rev.1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
AKD4117-B is the evaluation board for AK4117, 192kHz digital audio receiver. This board has BNC
connector to interface with other digital audio equipment.
 Ordering guide
AKD4117-B ---
Evaluation board for AK4117
(Control software is included in this package.)
FUNCTION
 Digital interface
-S/PDIF :
1 input (BNC)
- Serial audio data I/F :
1 output (for DIR data output. 10-pin port)
-U bit :
-Serial control data I/F
1 input/output port (10-pin port)
5V
GND
REG
Control
3.3V
BNC
RX0
AK4117
RX1
Serial Data out
(From DIR)
Figure 1. AKD4117-B Block Diagram
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Evaluation Board Manual
 Operating sequence
(1) Set up the power supply lines.
[+ 5V]
(Red) = 5V
[GND]
(Black) = 0V
(2) Set up the evaluation mode and jumper pins. (Refer to the following item.)
(3) Connect cables. (Refer to the following item.)
(4) Power on.
The AK4117 should be reset once bringing PDN(SW2) “L” upon power-up.
 Evaluation modes
(1) Evaluation for DIR
BNC connector
S/PDIF
AK4117
(DIR)
MCLK
BICK
LRCK
SDTO
PORT2
(10pin Header)
MCLK
BICK
LRCK
SDTO
DAC
AKD4117-B
The DIR generates MCLK, BICK, LRCK and SDATA from the received data through BNC connector . The
AKD4117-B can be connected with the AKM’s DAC evaluation board via 10-line cable.
a.
Set-up of Bi-phase Input
RX0 and RX1 should not select BNC at the same time.
a-1. Set-up of evaluation board
Input
JP
RX0
JP2
(BNC)
RX1
Short
Short
JP4
Table 1. Set-up of RX0 and RX1
a-2. Set-up of AK4117 input path
IPS bit
Input data
0
RX0
1
RX1
Default
Table 2. Recovery Data Select
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b.
Set-up of clock input and output
SDTO
DAUX
NC
GND
BICK
LRCK
GND
10
GND
1
GND
PORT2
DIR
MCLK
The signal level outputted/inputted from PORT2 is 3.3V.
5
6
Figure 2. PORT2 pin layout
b-1. MCKO1/MCKO2
The AK4117 has a master clock output pin, MCKO. In PLL mode, PCKS1-0 bits select the MCKO frequency as
shown in Table 3. When MCKO=512fs, MCKO goes to “L” when fs=96kHz and 192kHz. When MCKO=256fs,
MCKO goes to “L” when fs=192kHz. When LP bit is set to “1”, the AK4117 is in low power mode (default). In
low power mode, PLL lock range is up to 48kHz and the MCKO frequency is fixed to 256fs.
In the X’tal mode, XCKS1-0 bits select the ratio of the X’tal frequency to fs (sampling frequency). The DIV bit
selects the ratio (x1 or x1/2) of the MCKO frequency to the X’tal frequency (Table 4).
LP
0
1
PCKS1
0
0
1
1
x
PCKS0
0
1
0
1
x
MCKO
512fs
256fs
128fs
N/A
256fs
fs [kHz]
32  48
32  96
32  192
N/A
32  48
Default
Table 3. Master Clock Frequency Select
(PLL mode: Clock operation mode 0, 2(UNLCK=0))
XCKS1
XCKS0
X’tal
or
EXT
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
128fs
256fs
512fs
1024fs
MCKO
DIV=0
128fs
256fs
512fs
1024fs
DIV=1
64fs
128fs
256fs
512fs
fs [kHz]
EXTCLK [MHz]
X’tal [MHz]
2.048
4.096
8.192
11.2896 12.288
24.576
16
32
64
88.2
96
192
8
16
32
44.1
48
96
N/A
8
16
N/A
N/A
48
N/A
N/A
8
N/A
N/A
N/A
Default
Table 4. Master Clock Frequency Select
(X’tal mode: Clock operation mode 1, 2(UNLCK=1), 3)
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c.
Set-up of Audio format
Please set up DIF2-0 bit.
Mode
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DIF2
bit
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
DIF1
bit
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
DIF0
bit
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
DAUX
SDTO
24bit, Left justified
24bit, Left justified
24bit, Left justified
24bit, Left justified
24bit, Left justified
24bit, I2S
16bit, Right justified
18bit, Right justified
20bit, Right justified
24bit, Right justified
24bit, Left justified
24bit, I2S
LRCK
I/O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
L/H
O
Default
Reserved
Table 5. Audio format
d.
Set-up of CM1 and CM0
The operation mode of PLL is selected by CM1 and CM0. It can be selected by CM1-0 bits.
CM1 bit
CM0 bit
(UNLOCK)
PLL
0
0
-
ON
0
1
-
OFF
1
0
0
1
1
1
-
X'tal
ON
Clock source
SDTO
source
PLL(RX)
RX
ON
X'tal
DAUX
ON
ON
PLL(RX)
RX
ON
ON
X'tal
DAUX
ON
ON
X'tal
DAUX
(Note 1)
Default
ON: Oscillation (Power-up), OFF: STOP (Power-Down)
Note 1. When the X’tal is not used as clock comparison for fs detection (XTL0, 1= “1,1”), the X’tal is OFF.
Table 6. Clock Operation Mode Select
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■ U output
U(user data) can be monitored by TP1: U.
■ Serial control
GND
GND
CCLK
CSN
GND
GND
CDTI
1
CDTO
2
NC
PORT6
uP I/F
GND
The AK4117 can be controlled via the printer port (parallel port) of IBM-AT compatible PC. Connect PORT6
(uP-I/F) with PC by 10-line flat cable packed with the AKD4117-B. Take care of the direction of connector. There is
a mark at pin#1. The pin layout of PORT6 is as Figure 3.
10
9
Figure 3. PORT6 pin layout
This evaluation board encloses control software. A software operation procedure is included in an evaluation board
manual.
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 Toggle switch set-up
SW2
Reset switch for AK4117. Set to “H” during normal operation. Bring to “L” once after the
power is supplied.
PDN
 LED indication
LE1
LE2
Bright when INT0 pin goes to “H”.
Bright when INT1 pin goes to “H”.
INT0
INT1
 Set-up of XTL1 and XTL0
SW3_6
XTL1
0
0
1
1
SW3_5
X’tal Frequency
XTL0
X’tal #1
0
11.2896MHz
1
12.288MHz
0
24.576MHz
1
(Use channel status)
Table 7. Reference X’tal frequency
Default
 Jumper set up.
No.
Jumper Name
2
RX0
4
RX1
Function
Set-up of RX0 input circuit.
BNC : BNC (default)
Set-up of RX1 input circuit.
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Control Soft Manual
■ Evaluation Board and Control Soft Settings
1.Set an evaluation board properly.
2.Connect the evaluation board to an IBM PC/AT compatible PC by a 10wire flat cable.
Be aware of the direction of the 10pin header.
3.Start up the control program following the process above.
4.The operation screen is shown below.
Figure 4. Window of Control Soft
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■ Operation Overview
Function, register map and testing tool can be controlled by this control soft. These controls are selected by upper tabs.
Buttons which are frequently used such as register initializing button “Write Default”, are located outside of the
switching tab window. Refer to the “■ Dialog Boxes” for details of each dialog box setting.
1.[ Port Reset ]
: For when connecting to USB I/F board (AKDUSBIF-B)
Click this button after the control soft starts up when connecting USB I/F board
(AKDUSBIF-B).
2.[ Write Default ] : Register Initializing
When the device is reset by a hardware reset, use this button to initialize the registers.
3.[ All Write ]
: Executing write commands for all registers displayed.
4.[ All Read ]
: Executing read commands for all registers displayed.
5.[ Save ]
: Saving current register settings to a file.
6.[ Load ]
: Executing data write from a saved file.
7.[ All Req Write ]
: “All Req Write” dialog box is popped up.
8.[ Data R/W ]
: “Data R/W” dialog box is popped up.
9.[ Sequence ]
: “Sequence” dialog box is popped up.
10.[ Sequence(File) ] : “Sequence(File)” dialog box is popped up.
11.[ Read ]
: Reading current register settings and display on to the Register area
(on the right of the main window).
This is different from [All Read] button, it does not reflect to a register map, only displaying
hexadecimal.
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■ Tab Functions
1. [REG]: Register Map
This tab is for a register writing and reading.
Each bit on the register map is a push-button switch.
Button Down indicates “H” or “1” and the bit name is in red (when read only it is in deep red).
Button Up indicates “L” or “0” and the bit name is in blue (when read only it is in gray)
Grayout registers are Read Only registers. They can not be controlled.
The registers which is not defined in the datasheet are indicated as “---”.
Figure 5. Window of [ REG]
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[Write]: Data Writing Dialog
It is for when changing two or more bits on the same address at the same time.
Click [Write] button located on the right of the each corresponded address for a pop-up dialog box.
When checking the checkbox, the register will be “H” or “1”, when not checking the register will be “L”
or ”0”.
Click [OK] to write setting value to the registers, or click [Cancel] to cancel this setting.
Figure 6. Window of [ Register Set ]
[Read]: Data Read
Click [Read] button located on the right of the each corresponded address to execute register reading.
After register reading, the display will be updated regarding to the register status.
Button Down indicates “H” or “1” and the bit name is in red (when read only it is in deep red).
Button Up indicates “L” or “0” and the bit name is in blue (when read only it is in gray)
Please be aware that button statuses will be changed by Read command.
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■ Dialog Boxes
1. [All Req Write]: All Req Write dialog box
Click [All Reg Write] button in the main window to open register setting files.
Register setting files saved by [SAVE] button can be applied.
Figure 7. Window of [ All Reg Write ]
[Open (left)]
[Write]
[Write All]
: Selecting a register setting file (*.akr).
: Executing register writing.
: Executing all register writings.
Writings are executed in descending order.
[Help]
: Help window is popped up.
[Save]
: Saving the register setting file assignment. The file name is “*.mar”.
[Open (right)] : Opening a saved register setting file assignment “*. mar”.
[Close]
: Closing the dialog box and finish the process.
~ Operating Suggestions ~
(1) Those files saved by [Save] button and opened by [Open] button on the right of the dialog “*.mar”
should be stored in the same folder.
(2) When register settings are changed by [Save] button in the main window,
re-read the file to reflect new register settings.
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2. [Data R/W]: Data R/W Dialog Box
Click the [Data R/W] button in the main window for data read/write dialog box.
Data write is available to specified address.
Figure 8. Window of [ Data R/W ]
[ Address ] Box
[ Data ] Box
[ Mask ] Box
[ Write ]
[ Read ]
[ Close ]
: Input data address in hexadecimal numbers for data writing.
: Input data in hexadecimal numbers.
: Input mask data in hexadecimal numbers.
This is “AND” processed input data.
: Writing to the address specified by “Address” box.(Note 2)
: Reading from the address specified by “Address” box.(Note 2)
The result will be shown in the Read Data Box in hexadecimal numbers.
: Closing the dialog box and finish the process.
Data writing can be cancelled by this button instead of [Write] button.
Note 2. The register map will be updated after executing [Write] or [Read] commands.
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3. [Sequence]: Sequence Dialog Box
Click [Sequence] button to open register sequence setting dialog box.
Register sequence can be set in this dialog box.
Figure 9. Window of [Sequence ]
~ Sequence Setting ~
Set register sequence by following process bellow.
(1)Select a command
Use [Select] pull-down box to choose commands.
Corresponding boxes will be valid.
< Select Pull-down menu >
· No_use
: Not using this address
· Register
: Register writing
· Reg(Mask) : Register writing (Masked)
· Interval
: Taking an interval
· Stop
: Pausing the sequence
· End
: Finishing the sequence
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(2)Input sequence
[ Address ] : Data address
[ Data ]
: Writing data
[ Mask ] : Mask
[Data] box data is ANDed with [Mask] box data. This is the actual writing data.
When Mask = 0x00, current setting is hold.
When Mask = 0xFF, the 8bit data which is set in the [Data] box is written.
When Mask =0x0F, lower 4bit data which is set in the [Data] box is written.
Upper 4bit is hold to current setting.
[ Interval ] : Interval time
Valid boxes for each process command are shown bellow.
· No_use
· Register
· Reg(Mask)
· Interval
· Stop
· End
: None
: [Address], [Data], [Interval]
: [Address], [Data], [Mask], [Interval]
: [Interval]
: None
: None
Control Buttons
The function of Control Button is shown bellow.
[Start]
[Help]
[Save]
[Open]
[Close]
: Executing the sequence
: Opening a help window
: Saving sequence settings as a file. The file name is “*.aks”.
: Opening a sequence setting file “*.aks”.
: Closing the dialog box and finish the process.
Stop of the sequence
When “Stop” is selected in the sequence, processing is paused and it starts again when [Start] button is clicked.
Restarting step number is shown in the “Start Step” box. When finishing the process until the end of sequence,
“Start Step” will return to “1”.
The sequence can be started from any step by writing the step number to the “Start Step” box.
Write “1” to the “Start Step” box and click [Start] button, when restarting the process from the beginning.
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4. [Sequence(File)]: Sequence Setting File Dialog Box
Click [Sequence(File)] button to open sequence setting file dialog box.
Those files saved in the “Sequence setting dialog” can be applied in this dialog.
Figure 10. Window of [ Sequence(File) ]
[Open (left)]
[Start]
[Start All]
: Opening a sequence setting file (*.aks).
: Executing the sequence setting.
: Executing all sequence settings.
Sequences are executed in descending order.
[Help]
[Save]
[Open(right)]
[Close]
: Pop up the help window.
: Saving sequence setting file assignment. The file name is “*.mas”.
: Opening a saved sequence setting file assignment “*. mas”.
: Closing the dialog box and finish the process.
~ Operating Suggestions ~
(1) Those files saved by [Save] button and opened by [Open] button on the right of the dialog “*.mas”
should be stored in the same folder.
(2) When “Stop” is selected in the sequence the process will be paused and a pop-up message
will appear. Click “OK” to continue the process.
Figure 11. Window of [ Sequence Pause ]
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Revision History
Date
(YY/MM/DD)
04/12/21
Manual
Revision
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Reason
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Contents
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4
3
2
1
33
34
35
INT0
36
INT1
37
CDTO
38
CDTI
39
CCLK
40
CSN
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
CN5
D
D
CN6
CN7
32
49
31
U7
50
R61
30
1
51
C19
10u
AVSS
24
13k
29
C20
0.1u
+
52
AVDD
R
2
AVDD
PDN
RX1
INT0
23
PDN
28
C
3
53
22
C
27
4
54
NC
INT1
RX0
CSN
21
26
5
55
20
25
56
RX0
6
R62
1k
C21
RX1
JP19
JMP
CCLK
DVSS
CDTI
19
24
C22
0.1u
7
18
23
C23
8
2
58
+
10u
57
DVDD
5p
CDTO
XTO
UOUT
17
X1
11.2896MHz
1
C24
59
XTI
22
9
16
5p
B
21
10
60
LRCK
NC
15
B
20
11
61
BICK
MCKO
SDTO
DAUX
14
U
12
62
19
13
18
63
AK4117
17
64
LRCK
A
16
SDTO
15
14
BICK
13
12
11
10
MCKO
9
8
7
DVDD
6
5
PDN
4
3
2
1
DAUX
PDN
A
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5
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L1
4
3
2
1
GND
VCC
GND
OUT
1
C7
(NM)
C2 C3 C4
C5
0.1u0.1u0.1u
0.1u 0.1u
1
6
For U3, U4
D3V
0.1u
C6
49
10u
2
VD
50
C8
+
2
For U1, U2, U5
D3V
R1
10u
51
JP2
OPT
XLR
BNC
470
D
1
3
5
2
4
6
AVDD
AVDD
52
D
53
54
+5V
T2
R4
1
OUT
C11
47u
IN
55
3
VD
RX0
short
57
J2
2
3
4
5
T3
1
OUT
+
3
C14
47u
C13
RX1
1
R5
0.1u
75
1
2
2
+
IN
RX0
58
JP4
1
2
59
1
2
short
GND
R6
DVDD
56
2
+
2
short
1
AVDD
GND
R3
60
C15
47u
61
62
R8
C
C
D3V
63
short
64
CN1
1
2
3
PDN
5
D3V
15
1
12
100
R11
100
R12
K
14
1
A
9
EMCK2
H
DAUX2
6
7
R10
DAUX2
DAUX
8
100
C16
SW 2
PDN
3
L
U2B
74HC14
4
7
4Y
7
3
3Y
DVDD
B
U2A
74HC14
2
14
16
D3V
2Y
8
G
A/B
1Y
DVDD
D3V
10k
D1
7
100
R83
10k
D3V
4
1
EMCK1
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
9
0.1u
MCKO1
2
R82
2
3
5
6
11
10
14
13
R9
GND
U1
B
4
10
74LVC157
11
12
D3V
1
2
3
4
5
MCLK
BICK
LRCK
SDTO
DAUX
100
100
100
100
DIR
U3
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
GND
A
R15
R16
R18
R20
R13
13
20
PORT2
10
9
8
7
6
D3V/VD
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
100
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
DIR
OE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
19
47k
47k
47k
47k
47k
47k
R76
R77
R78
R79
R80
R81
100
R17
BICK
100
100
R19
R21
SDTO
LRCK
14
15
A
16
10
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4
3
2
1
CN2
GND
+5V
T45_BK
T45_BK
17
18
1
1
TP1
U
U
19
+5V
20
D
D
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
C
C
31
14
32
LE1
A
CN3
U2C
R45
K
6
33
5
1k
INT0
34
14
7
74HC14
LE2
A
D3V
INT0
U2D
8
INT1
9
R49
470
10k
R52
470
R54
10k
R55
470
14
U2E
11
10
PORT6
10
8
6
4
2
14 7
74HC14
U2F
9
7
5
3
1
CSN
R56
SCL/CCLK
SDA/CDTI
51
SDA(ACK)/CDTO
15
1
12
1A
1B
2A
2B
3A
3B
4A
4B
G
A/B
1Y
2Y
3Y
4Y
8
13
2
3
5
6
11
10
14
13
CM0/CDTO/CAD1
D3V
10k
R51
VD
B
U5
R48
7
74HC14
4
7
36
37
R50
CM1/CDTI/SDA
100
R53
38
B
100
9
OCKS1/CCLK/SCL
39
12
OCKS0/CSN/CAD0
GND
1k
16
D3V
INT1
35
R47
K
40
41
74LVC157
uP-I/F
42
7
74HC14
R58
R59
D3V
R60
43
100
10k
44
100
45
46
47
A
A
48
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