Data Sheet

Freescale Semiconductor
Technical Data
Document Number: MPC8260AEC
Rev. 2.0, 06/2009
MPC8260A
PowerQUICC™ II Integrated
Communications Processor
Hardware Specifications
This document contains detailed information on power
considerations, DC/AC electrical characteristics, and AC
timing specifications for .25μm (HiP4) devices in the
PowerQUICC II™ MPC8260 communications processor
family. These devices include the MPC8260, the MPC8255,
the MPC8264, the MPC8265, and the MPC8266.
Throughout this document, these devices are collectively
referred to as the MPC826xA.
© Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., 2005–2009. All rights reserved.
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Contents
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Electrical and Thermal Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Clock Configuration Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Pinout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Package Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Document Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Features
Figure 1 shows the block diagram for the MPC8266, the HiP4 superset device. Shaded portions indicate
functionality that is not available on all devices; refer to the notes.
16 Kbytes
I-Cache
I-MMU
System Interface Unit
(SIU)
G2 Core
16 Kbytes
D-Cache
Bus Interface Unit
Communication Processor Module (CPM)
PCI Bus2,3
32 bits, up to 66 MHz
60x-to-PCI
Bridge2,3
60x-to-Local
Bridge
D-MMU
60x Bus
or
Local Bus
32 bits, up to 83 MHz
Memory Controller
Timers
Serial
DMAs
32 Kbytes
Dual-Port RAM
Interrupt
Controller
Clock Counter
Parallel I/O
32-bit RISC Microcontroller
and Program ROM
Baud Rate
Generators
System Functions
Microcode
4
MCC1
4 Virtual
IDMAs
IMA1,3
4
MCC2
FCC1
FCC2
FCC3
TC Layer Hardware1,3
SCC1
SCC2
SCC3
SCC4
SMC1
SMC2
SPI
I2C
Time Slot Assigner
Serial Interface
8 TDM Ports5
Notes:
1 MPC8264
2 MPC8265
3 MPC8266
3 MII
Ports6
2 UTOPIA
Ports
Non-Multiplexed
I/O
4
Not on MPC8255
4 TDM ports on the MPC8255
6 2 MII ports on the MPC8255
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Figure 1. MPC8266 Block Diagram
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Features
The major features of the MPC826xA family are as follows:
• Dual-issue integer core
— A core version of the EC603e microprocessor
— System core microprocessor supporting frequencies of 150–300 MHz
— Separate 16-Kbyte data and instruction caches:
– Four-way set associative
– Physically addressed
– LRU replacement algorithm
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— PowerPC architecture-compliant memory management unit (MMU)
— Common on-chip processor (COP) test interface
— High-performance (6.6–7.65 SPEC95 benchmark at 300 MHz; 1.68 MIPs/MHz without
inlining and 1.90 Dhrystones MIPS/MHz with
— Supports bus snooping for data cache coherency
— Floating-point unit (FPU)
Separate power supply for internal logic and for I/O
Separate PLLs for G2 core and for the CPM
— G2 core and CPM can run at different frequencies for power/performance optimization
— Internal core/bus clock multiplier that provides 1.5:1, 2:1, 2.5:1, 3:1, 3.5:1, 4:1, 5:1, 6:1 ratios
— Internal CPM/bus clock multiplier that provides 2:1, 2.5:1, 3:1, 3.5:1, 4:1, 5:1, 6:1 ratios
64-bit data and 32-bit address 60x bus
— Bus supports multiple master designs
— Supports single- and four-beat burst transfers
— 64-, 32-, 16-, and 8-bit port sizes controlled by on-chip memory controller
— Supports data parity or ECC and address parity
32-bit data and 18-bit address local bus
— Single-master bus, supports external slaves
— Eight-beat burst transfers
— 32-, 16-, and 8-bit port sizes controlled by on-chip memory controller
60x-to-PCI bridge (MPC8265 and MPC8266 only)
— Programmable host bridge and agent
— 32-bit data bus, 66 MHz, 3.3 V
— Synchronous and asynchronous 60x and PCI clock modes
— All internal address space available to external PCI host
— DMA for memory block transfers
— PCI-to-60x address remapping
System interface unit (SIU)
— Clock synthesizer
— Reset controller
— Real-time clock (RTC) register
— Periodic interrupt timer
— Hardware bus monitor and software watchdog timer
— IEEE Std. 1149.1™ standard JTAG test access port
Twelve-bank memory controller
— Glueless interface to SRAM, page mode SDRAM, DRAM, EPROM, Flash and other userdefinable peripherals
— Byte write enables and selectable parity generation
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— 32-bit address decodes with programmable bank size
— Three user programmable machines, general-purpose chip-select machine, and page-mode
pipeline SDRAM machine
— Byte selects for 64 bus width (60x) and byte selects for 32 bus width (local)
— Dedicated interface logic for SDRAM
CPU core can be disabled and the device can be used in slave mode to an external core
Communications processor module (CPM)
— Embedded 32-bit communications processor (CP) uses a RISC architecture for flexible support
for communications protocols
— Interfaces to G2 core through on-chip 32-Kbyte dual-port RAM and DMA controller
— Serial DMA channels for receive and transmit on all serial channels
— Parallel I/O registers with open-drain and interrupt capability
— Virtual DMA functionality executing memory-to-memory and memory-to-I/O transfers
— Three fast communications controllers supporting the following protocols (only FCC1 and
FCC2 on the MPC8255):
– 10/100-Mbit Ethernet/IEEE Std. 802.3® CDMA/CS interface through media independent
interface (MII)
– ATM—Full-duplex SAR protocols at 155 Mbps, through UTOPIA interface, AAL5, AAL1,
AAL0 protocols, TM 4.0 CBR, VBR, UBR, ABR traffic types, up to 16 K external
connections
– Transparent
– HDLC—Up to T3 rates (clear channel)
— Two multichannel controllers (MCCs) (only MCC2 on the MPC8255)
– Each MCC handles 128 serial, full-duplex, 64-Kbps data channels.Each MCC can be split
into four subgroups of 32 channels each.
– Almost any combination of subgroups can be multiplexed to single or multiple TDM
interfaces up to four TDM interfaces per MCC
— Four serial communications controllers (SCCs) identical to those on the MPC860, supporting
the digital portions of the following protocols:
– Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 CDMA/CS
– HDLC/SDLC and HDLC bus
– Universal asynchronous receiver transmitter (UART)
– Synchronous UART
– Binary synchronous (BISYNC) communications
– Transparent
— Two serial management controllers (SMCs), identical to those of the MPC860
– Provide management for BRI devices as general circuit interface (GCI) controllers in timedivision-multiplexed (TDM) channels
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– Transparent
– UART (low-speed operation)
One serial peripheral interface identical to the MPC860 SPI
One inter-integrated circuit (I2C) controller (identical to the MPC860 I2C controller)
– Microwire compatible
– Multiple-master, single-master, and slave modes
Up to eight TDM interfaces (four on the MPC8255)
– Supports two groups of four TDM channels for a total of eight TDMs
– 2,048 bytes of SI RAM
– Bit or byte resolution
– Independent transmit and receive routing, frame synchronization
– Supports T1, CEPT, T1/E1, T3/E3, pulse code modulation highway, ISDN basic rate, ISDN
primary rate, Freescale interchip digital link (IDL), general circuit interface (GCI), and
user-defined TDM serial interfaces
Eight independent baud rate generators and 20 input clock pins for supplying clocks to FCCs,
SCCs, SMCs, and serial channels
Four independent 16-bit timers that can be interconnected as two 32-bit timers
Additional features of the MPC826xA family are as follows:
• CPM
— 32-Kbyte dual-port RAM
— Additional MCC host commands
— Eight transfer transmission convergence (TC) layers between the TDMs and FCC2 to support
inverse multiplexing for ATM capabilities (IMA) (MPC8264 and MPC8266 only)
• CPM multiplexing
— FCC2 can also be connected to the TC layer.
• TC layer (MPC8264 and MPC8266 only)
— Each of the 8 TDM channels is routed in hardware to a TC layer block
– Protocol-specific overhead bits may be discarded or routed to other controllers by the SI
– Performing ATM TC layer functions (according to ITU-T I.432)
– Transmit (Tx) updates
- Cell HEC generation
- Payload scrambling using self synchronizing scrambler (programmable by the user)
- Coset generation (programmable by the user)
- Cell rate by inserting idle/unassigned cells
– Receive (Rx) updates
- Cell delineation using bit by bit HEC checking and programmable ALPHA and DELTA
parameters for the delineation state machine
- Payload descrambling using self synchronizing scrambler (programmable by the user)
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- Coset removing (programmable by the user)
- Filtering idle/unassigned cells (programmable by the user)
- Performing HEC error detection and single bit error correction (programmable by user)
- Generating loss of cell delineation status/interrupt (LOC/LCD)
— Operates with FCC2 (UTOPIA 8)
— Provides serial loop back mode
— Cell echo mode is provided
— Supports both FCC transmit modes
– External rate mode—Idle cells are generated by the FCC (microcode) to control data rate.
– Internal rate mode (sub-rate)—FCC transfers only the data cells using the required data rate.
The TC layer generates idle/unassigned cells to maintain the line bit rate.
— Supports TC-layer and PMD-WIRE interface (according to the ATM-Forum af-phy-0063.000)
— Cell counters for performance monitoring
– 16-bit counters count
- HEC error cells
- HEC single bit error and corrected cells
- Idle/unassigned cells filtered
- Idle/unassigned cells transmitted
- Transmitted ATM cells
- Received ATM cells
– Maskable interrupt is sent to the host when a counter expires
— Overrun (Rx cell FIFO) and underrun (Tx cell FIFO) condition produces maskable interrupt
— May be operated at E1 and DS-1 rates. In addition, xDSL applications at bit rates up to 10 Mbps
are supported
PCI bridge (MPC8265 and MPC8266 only)
— PCI Specification Revision 2.2 compliant and supports frequencies up to 66 MHz
— On-chip arbitration
— Support for PCI to 60x memory and 60x memory to PCI streaming
— PCI Host Bridge or Peripheral capabilities
— Includes 4 DMA channels for the following transfers:
– PCI-to-60x to 60x-to-PCI
– 60x-to-PCI to PCI-to-60x
– PCI-to-60x to PCI-to-60x
– 60x-to-PCI to 60x-to-PCI
— Includes all of the configuration registers (which are automatically loaded from the EPROM
and used to configure the MPC8265) required by the PCI standard as well as message and
doorbell registers
— Supports the I2O standard
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— Hot-Swap friendly (supports the Hot Swap Specification as defined by PICMG 2.1 R1.0
August 3, 1998)
— Support for 66 MHz, 3.3 V specification
— 60x-PCI bus core logic which uses a buffer pool to allocate buffers for each port
— Makes use of the local bus signals, so there is no need for additional pins
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Electrical and Thermal Characteristics
This section provides AC and DC electrical specifications and thermal characteristics for the MPC826xA.
2.1
DC Electrical Characteristics
This section describes the DC electrical characteristics for the MPC826xA. Table 1 shows the maximum
electrical ratings.
Table 1. Absolute Maximum Ratings1
Rating
Core supply voltage2
PLL supply voltage
I/O supply
2
voltage3
Input voltage4
Junction temperature
Storage temperature range
Symbol
Value
Unit
VDD
–0.3 – 2.5
V
VCCSYN
–0.3 – 2.5
V
VDDH
–0.3 – 4.0
V
VIN
GND(–0.3) – 3.6
V
Tj
120
°C
TSTG
(–55) – (+150)
°C
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Absolute maximum ratings are stress ratings only; functional operation (see Table 2) at the maximums is not
guaranteed. Stress beyond those listed may affect device reliability or cause permanent damage.
2
Caution: VDD/VCCSYN must not exceed VDDH by more than 0.4 V at any time, including during power-on reset.
3 Caution: VDDH can exceed VDD/VCCSYN by 3.3 V during power on reset by no more than 100 mSec. VDDH should
not exceed VDD/VCCSYN by more than 2.5 V during normal operation.
4
Caution: VIN must not exceed VDDH by more than 2.5 V at any time, including during power-on reset.
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Table 2 lists recommended operational voltage conditions.
Table 2. Recommended Operating Conditions1
Rating
Symbol
2
3
4
5
Unit
Core supply voltage
VDD
1.7 – 1.92
1.7–2.13
1.9 –2.24
V
PLL supply voltage
VCCSYN
1.7 – 1.92
1.7–2.13
1.9–2.24
V
I/O supply voltage
VDDH
3.135 – 3.465
V
VIN
GND (–0.3) – 3.465
V
Input voltage
1
Value
5
Junction temperature (maximum)
Tj
105
Ambient temperature
TA
0–705
°C
°C
Caution: These are the recommended and tested operating conditions. Proper device operating outside of these
conditions is not guaranteed.
CPU frequency less than or equal to 200 MHz.
CPU frequency greater than 200 MHz but less than 233 MHz.
CPU frequency greater than or equal to 233 MHz.
Note that for extended temperature parts the range is (-40)T – 105Tj.
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NOTE: Core, PLL, and I/O Supply Voltages
VDDH, VCCSYN, and VDD must track each other and both must vary in
the same direction—in the positive direction (+5% and +0.1 Vdc) or in the
negative direction (–5% and –0.1 Vdc).
This device contains circuitry protecting against damage due to high static voltage or electrical fields;
however, it is advised that normal precautions be taken to avoid application of any voltages higher than
maximum-rated voltages to this high-impedance circuit. Reliability of operation is enhanced if unused
inputs are tied to an appropriate logic voltage level (either GND or VCC).
Figure 2 shows the undershoot and overshoot voltage of the 60x and local bus memory interface of the
MPC8280. Note that in PCI mode the I/O interface is different.
VIH
VIL
4V
GVDD + 5%
GVDD
GND
GND – 0.3 V
GND – 1.0 V
Not to exceed 10%
of tSDRAM_CLK
Figure 2. Overshoot/Undershoot Voltage
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Table 3 shows DC electrical characteristics.
Table 3. DC Electrical Characteristics1
Characteristic
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Input high voltage, all inputs except CLKIN
VIH
2.0
3.465
V
Input low voltage
VIL
GND
0.8
V
VIHC
2.4
3.465
V
VILC
GND
0.4
V
CLKIN input high voltage
CLKIN input low voltage
Input leakage current, VIN = VDDH
2
IIN
—
10
µA
Hi-Z (off state) leakage current, VIN = VDDH2
Signal low input current, VIL = 0.8 V
IOZ
—
10
µA
IL
—
1
µA
Signal high input current, VIH = 2.0 V
IH
—
1
µA
VOH
2.4
—
V
VOL
—
0.5
V
Output high voltage, IOH = –2 mA
except XFC, UTOPIA mode, and open drain pins
In UTOPIA mode: IOH = –8.0 mA
PA[0-31]
PB[4-31]
PC[0-31]
PD[4-31]
In UTOPIA mode: IOL = 8.0 mA
PA[0-31]
PB[4-31]
PC[0-31]
PD[4-31]
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Table 3. DC Electrical Characteristics1 (continued)
Characteristic
IOL = 7.0 mA
BR
BG
ABB/IRQ2
TS
A[0-31]
TT[0-4]
TBST
TSIZE[0–3]
AACK
ARTRY
DBG
DBB/IRQ3
D[0-63]
DP(0)/RSRV/EXT_BR2
DP(1)/IRQ1/EXT_BG2
DP(2)/TLBISYNC/IRQ2/EXT_DBG2
DP(3)/IRQ3/EXT_BR3/CKSTP_OUT
DP(4)/IRQ4/EXT_BG3/CORE_SREST
DP(5)/TBEN/IRQ5/EXT_DBG3
DP(6)/CSE(0)/IRQ6
DP(7)/CSE(1)/IRQ7
PSDVAL
TA
TEA
GBL/IRQ1
CI/BADDR29/IRQ2
WT/BADDR30/IRQ3
L2_HIT/IRQ4
CPU_BG/BADDR31/IRQ5
CPU_DBG
CPU_BR
IRQ0/NMI_OUT
IRQ7/INT_OUT/APE
PORESET
HRESET
SRESET
RSTCONF
QREQ
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
VOL
—
0.4
V
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Table 3. DC Electrical Characteristics1 (continued)
Characteristic
IOL = 5.3mA
CS[0-9]
CS(10)/BCTL1
CS(11)/AP(0)
BADDR[27–28]
ALE
BCTL0
PWE(0:7)/PSDDQM(0:7)/PBS(0:7)
PSDA10/PGPL0
PSDWE/PGPL1
POE/PSDRAS/PGPL2
PSDCAS/PGPL3
PGTA/PUPMWAIT/PGPL4/PPBS
PSDAMUX/PGPL5
LWE[0–3]LSDDQM[0–3]/LBS[0–3]/PCI_CFG[0–3]3
LSDA10/LGPL0/PCI_MODCKH03
LSDWE/LGPL1/PCI_MODCKH13
LOE/LSDRAS/LGPL2/PCI_MODCKH23
LSDCAS/LGPL3/PCI_MODCKH33
LGTA/LUPMWAIT/LGPL4/LPBS
LSDAMUX/LGPL5/PCI_MODCK3
LWR
MODCK1/AP(1)/TC(0)/BNKSEL(0)
MODCK2/AP(2)/TC(1)/BNKSEL(1)
MODCK3/AP(3)/TC(2)/BNKSEL(2)
IOL = 3.2mA
L_A14/PAR 3
L_A15/FRAME3/SMI
L_A16/TRDY3
L_A17/IRDY3/CKSTP_OUT
L_A18/STOP3
L_A19/DEVSEL3
L_A20/IDSEL3
L_A21/PERR3
L_A22/SERR3
L_A23/REQ03
L_A24/REQ13/HSEJSW3
L_A25/GNT03
L_A26/GNT13/HSLED3
L_A27/GNT23/HSENUM3
L_A28/RST3/CORE_SRESET
L_A29/INTA3
L_A30/REQ23
L_A31
LCL_D(0-31)/AD(0-31)3
LCL_DP(0-3)/C/BE(0-3)3
PA[0–31]
PB[4–31]
PC[0–31]
PD[4–31]
TDO
1
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
VOL
—
0.4
V
The default configuration of the CPM pins (PA[0–31], PB[4–31], PC[0–31], PD[4–31]) is input. To prevent excessive
DC current, it is recommended to either pull unused pins to GND or VDDH, or to configure them as outputs.
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The leakage current is measured for nominal VDD, VCCSYN, and VDD.
MPC8265 and MPC8266 only.
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2.2
Thermal Characteristics
Table 4 describes thermal characteristics.
Table 4. Thermal Characteristics for 480 TBGA Package
Characteristics
Symbol
Value
Unit
Air Flow
131
Junction to ambient
θJA
101
NC2
1 m/s
°C/W
113
NC
83
1 m/s
Junction to board4
θJB
4
°C/W
—
Junction to case5
θJC
1.1
°C/W
—
1
Assumes a single layer board with no thermal vias
Natural convection
3
Assumes a four layer board
4 Thermal resistance between the die and the printed circuit board per JEDEC JESD51-8. Board temperature is
measured on the top surface of the board near the package.
5
Thermal resistance between the die and the case top surface as measured by the cold plate method (MIL
SPEC-883 Method 1012.1).
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2.3
Power Considerations
The average chip-junction temperature, TJ, in °C can be obtained from the following:
TJ = TA + (PD x θJA)
(1)
where
TA = ambient temperature °C
θJA = package thermal resistance, junction to ambient, °C/W
PD = PINT + PI/O
PINT = IDD x VDD Watts (chip internal power)
PI/O = power dissipation on input and output pins (determined by user)
For most applications PI/O < 0.3 x PINT. If PI/O is neglected, an approximate relationship between PD and
TJ is the following:
PD = K/(T J + 273° C)
(2)
Solving equations (1) and (2) for K gives:
K = PD x (TA + 273° C) + θJA x PD2
(3)
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where K is a constant pertaining to the particular part. K can be determined from equation (3) by measuring
PD (at equilibrium) for a known TA. Using this value of K, the values of PD and TJ can be obtained by
solving equations (1) and (2) iteratively for any value of TA.
2.3.1
Layout Practices
Each VCC pin should be provided with a low-impedance path to the board’s power supply. Each ground
pin should likewise be provided with a low-impedance path to ground. The power supply pins drive
distinct groups of logic on chip. The VCC power supply should be bypassed to ground using at least four
0.1 µF by-pass capacitors located as close as possible to the four sides of the package. The capacitor leads
and associated printed circuit traces connecting to chip VCC and ground should be kept to less than half an
inch per capacitor lead. A four-layer board is recommended, employing two inner layers as VCC and GND
planes.
All output pins on the MPC826xA have fast rise and fall times. Printed circuit (PC) trace interconnection
length should be minimized in order to minimize overdamped conditions and reflections caused by these
fast output switching times. This recommendation particularly applies to the address and data buses.
Maximum PC trace lengths of six inches are recommended. Capacitance calculations should consider all
device loads as well as parasitic capacitances due to the PC traces. Attention to proper PCB layout and
bypassing becomes especially critical in systems with higher capacitive loads because these loads create
higher transient currents in the VCC and GND circuits. Pull up all unused inputs or signals that will be
inputs during reset. Special care should be taken to minimize the noise levels on the PLL supply pins.
Table 5 provides preliminary, estimated power dissipation for various configurations. Note that suitable
thermal management is required for conditions above PD = 3 W (when the ambient temperature is 70 °C
or greater) to ensure the junction temperature does not exceed the maximum specified value. Also note
that the I/O power should be included when determining whether to use a heat sink.
Table 5. Estimated Power Dissipation for Various Configurations1
PINT(W)2
Bus
(MHz)
1
2
CPM
Core CPU
Multiplier Multiplier
CPM
(MHz)
CPU
(MHz)
Vddl 1.8 Volts
Vddl 2.0 Volts
Nominal
Maximum
Nominal
Maximum
66.66
2
3
133
200
1.2
2
1.8
2.3
66.66
2.5
3
166
200
1.3
2.1
1.9
2.3
66.66
3
4
200
266
—
—
2.3
2.9
66.66
3
4.5
200
300
—
—
2.4
3.1
83.33
2
3
166
250
—
—
2.2
2.8
83.33
2
3
166
250
—
—
2.2
2.8
83.33
2.5
3.5
208
291
—
—
2.4
3.1
Test temperature = room temperature (25° C)
PINT = IDD x VDD Watts
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2.4
AC Electrical Characteristics
The following sections include illustrations and tables of clock diagrams, signals, and CPM outputs and
inputs for the 66 MHz MPC826xA device. Note that AC timings are based on a 50-pf load. Typical output
buffer impedances are shown in Table 6.
Table 6. Output Buffer Impedances1
Output Buffers
Typical Impedance (Ω)
60x bus
40
Local bus
40
Memory controller
40
Parallel I/O
46
PCI
25
1
These are typical values at 65° C. The impedance may vary by
±25% with process and temperature.
Table 7 lists CPM output characteristics.
Table 7. AC Characteristics for CPM Outputs1
Spec Number
Max Delay (ns)
Min Delay (ns)
Characteristic
1
Max
Min
66 MHz 83 MHz 66 MHz 83 MHz
sp36a
sp37a
FCC outputs—internal clock (NMSI)
6
5.5
1
1
sp36b
sp37b
FCC outputs—external clock (NMSI)
14
12
2
1
sp40
sp41
TDM outputs/SI
25
16
5
4
sp38a
sp39a
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C outputs—internal clock (NMSI)
19
16
1
0.5
sp38b
sp39b
Ex_SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C outputs—external clock (NMSI)
19
16
2
1
sp42
sp43
TIMER/IDMA outputs
14
11
1
0.5
sp42a
sp43a
PIO outputs
14
11
0.5
0.5
Output specifications are measured from the 50% level of the rising edge of CLKIN to the 50% level of the signal.
Timings are measured at the pin.
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Table 8 lists CPM input characteristics.
Table 8. AC Characteristics for CPM Inputs1
Spec Number
Setup (ns)
Hold (ns)
Characteristic
1
Max
Min
66 MHz 83 MHz 66 MHz 83 MHz
sp16a
sp17a
FCC inputs—internal clock (NMSI)
10
8
0
0
sp16b
sp17b
FCC inputs—external clock (NMSI)
3
2.5
3
2
sp20
sp21
TDM inputs/SI
15
12
12
10
sp18a
sp19a
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C inputs—internal clock (NMSI)
20
16
0
0
sp18b
sp19b
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C inputs—external clock (NMSI)
5
4
5
4
sp22
sp23
PIO/TIMER/IDMA inputs
10
8
3
3
Input specifications are measured from the 50% level of the signal to the 50% level of the rising edge of CLKIN.
Timings are measured at the pin.
Note that although the specifications generally reference the rising edge of the clock, the following AC
timing diagrams also apply when the falling edge is the active edge.
Figure 3 shows the FCC external clock.
Serial ClKin
sp17b
sp16b
FCC input signals
sp36b/sp37b
FCC output signals
Note: When GFMR[TCI] = 0
sp36b/sp37b
FCC output signals
Note: When GFMR[TCI] = 1
Figure 3. FCC External Clock Diagram
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Figure 4 shows the FCC internal clock.
BRG_OUT
sp17a
sp16a
FCC input signals
sp36a/sp37a
FCC output signals
Note: When GFMR[TCI] = 0
sp36a/sp37a
FCC output signals
Note: When GFMR[TCI] = 1
Figure 4. FCC Internal Clock Diagram
Figure 5 shows the SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C external clock.
Serial CLKin
sp18b
sp19b
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C input signals
(See note.)
sp38b/sp39b
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C output signals
(See note.)
Note: There are four possible timing conditions for SCC and SPI:
1. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the rising edge (shown).
2. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the falling edge.
3. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the falling edge.
4. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the rising edge.
Figure 5. SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C External Clock Diagram
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Figure 6 shows the SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C internal clock.
BRG_OUT
sp19a
sp18a
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C input signals
(See note.)
sp38a/sp39a
SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C output signals
(See note.)
Note: There are four possible timing conditions for SCC and SPI:
1. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the rising edge (shown).
2. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the falling edge.
3. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the falling edge.
4. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the rising edge.
Figure 6. SCC/SMC/SPI/I2C Internal Clock Diagram
Figure 7 shows TDM input and output signals.
Serial CLKin
sp20
sp21
TDM input signals
sp40/sp41
TDM output signals
Note: There are four possible TDM timing conditions:
1. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the rising edge (shown).
2. Input sampled on the rising edge and output driven on the falling edge.
3. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the falling edge.
4. Input sampled on the falling edge and output driven on the rising edge.
Figure 7. TDM Signal Diagram
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Figure 8 shows PIO, timer, and DMA signals.
Sys clk
sp23
sp22
PIO/IDMA/TIMER[TGATE assertion] input signals
(See note)
sp23
sp22
TIMER input signal [TGATE deassertion]
(See note)
sp42/sp43
IDMA output signals
sp42/sp43
sp42a/sp43a
TIMER(sp42/43)/ PIO(sp42a/sp43a)
output signals
Note: TGATE is asserted on the rising edge of the clock; it is deasserted on the falling edge.
Figure 8. PIO, Timer, and DMA Signal Diagram
Table 10 lists SIU input characteristics.
Table 9. AC Characteristics for SIU Inputs1
Spec Number
Setup (ns)
Hold (ns)
Characteristic
1
Max
Min
66 MHz 83 MHz 66 MHz 83 MHz
sp11
sp10
AACK/ARTRY/TA/TS/TEA/DBG/BG/BR
6
5
0.5
0.5
sp12
sp10
Data bus in normal mode
5
4
0.5
0.5
sp13
sp10
Data bus in ECC and PARITY modes
8
6
0.5
0.5
sp14
sp10
DP pins
7
6
0.5
0.5
sp15
sp10
All other pins
5
4
0.5
0.5
Input specifications are measured from the 50% level of the signal to the 50% level of the rising edge of CLKIN. Timings
are measured at the pin.
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Table 10 lists SIU output characteristics.
Table 10. AC Characteristics for SIU Outputs1
Spec Number
Max Delay (ns)
Min Delay (ns)
Characteristic
1
Max
Min
66 MHz 83 MHz 66 MHz 83 MHz
sp31
sp30
PSDVAL/TEA/TA
7
6
0.5
0.5
sp32
sp30
ADD/ADD_atr./BADDR/CI/GBL/WT
8
6.5
0.5
0.5
sp33a
sp30
Data bus
6.5
6.5
0.5
0.5
sp33b
sp30
DP
8
7
0.5
0.5
sp34
sp30
Memory controller signals/ALE
6
5
0.5
0.5
sp35
sp30
All other signals
6
5.5
0.5
0.5
Output specifications are measured from the 50% level of the rising edge of CLKIN to the 50% level of the signal.
Timings are measured at the pin.
NOTE
Activating data pipelining (setting BRx[DR] in the memory controller)
improves the AC timing. When data pipelining is activated, sp12 can be
used for data bus setup even when ECC or PARITY are used. Also, sp33a
can be used as the AC specification for DP signals.
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Figure 9 shows the interaction of several bus signals.
CLKin
sp11
sp10
AACK/ARTRY/TA/TS/TEA/
DBG/BG/BR input signals
sp12
sp10
sp15
sp10
DATA bus normal mode
input signal
All other input signals
sp30
sp31
PSDVAL/TEA/TA output signals
sp32
sp30
sp33a
sp30
sp35
sp30
ADD/ADD_atr/BADDR/CI/
GBL/WT output signals
DATA bus output signals
All other output signals
Figure 9. Bus Signals
Figure 10 shows signal behavior for all parity modes (including ECC, RMW parity, and standard parity).
CLKin
sp10
sp13
DATA bus, ECC, and PARITY mode input signals
sp10
sp14
DP mode input signal
sp33b/sp30
DP mode output signal
Figure 10. Parity Mode Diagram
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Figure 11 shows signal behavior in MEMC mode.
CLKin
V_CLK
sp34/sp30
Memory controller signals
Figure 11. MEMC Mode Diagram
NOTE
Generally, all MPC826xA bus and system output signals are driven from the
rising edge of the input clock (CLKin). Memory controller signals,
however, trigger on four points within a CLKin cycle. Each cycle is divided
by four internal ticks: T1, T2, T3, and T4. T1 always occurs at the rising
edge, and T3 at the falling edge, of CLKin. However, the spacing of T2 and
T4 depends on the PLL clock ratio selected, as shown in Table 11.
Table 11. Tick Spacing for Memory Controller Signals
Tick Spacing (T1 Occurs at the Rising Edge of CLKin)
PLL Clock Ratio
T2
T3
T4
1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6
1/4 CLKin
1/2 CLKin
3/4 CLKin
1:2.5
3/10 CLKin
1/2 CLKin
8/10 CLKin
1:3.5
4/14 CLKin
1/2 CLKin
11/14 CLKin
Figure 12 is a graphical representation of Table 11.
CLKin
for 1:2, 1:3, 1:4, 1:5, 1:6
T1
T2
T3
T4
CLKin
for 1:2.5
T1
T2
T3
T4
for 1:3.5
CLKin
T1
T2
T3
T4
Figure 12. Internal Tick Spacing for Memory Controller Signals
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Table 12 lists the JTAG timings.
Table 12. JTAG Timings1
Symbol2
Min
Max
Unit
Notes
JTAG external clock frequency of operation
fJTG
0
25
MHz
—
JTAG external clock cycle time
tJTG
40
—
ns
—
tJTKHKL
20
—
ns
—
tJTGR and
tJTGF
0
5
ns
6
tTRST
25
—
ns
3, 6
Boundary-scan data
TMS, TDI
tJTDVKH
tJTIVKH
4
4
—
—
ns
ns
4, 7
4, 7
Boundary-scan data
TMS, TDI
tJTDXKH
tJTIXKH
10
10
—
—
ns
ns
4, 7
4, 7
Boundary-scan data
TDO
tJTKLDV
tJTKLOV
—
—
25
25
ns
ns
5, 7
5. 7
Boundary-scan data
TDO
tJTKLDX
tJTKLOX
1
1
—
—
ns
ns
5, 7
5, 7
JTAG external clock to output high impedance
Boundary-scan data
TDO
tJTKLDZ
tJTKLOZ
1
1
25
25
ns
ns
5, 6
5, 6
Parameter
JTAG external clock pulse width measured at 1.4V
JTAG external clock rise and fall times
TRST assert time
Input setup times
Input hold times
Output valid times
Output hold times
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
All outputs are measured from the midpoint voltage of the falling/rising edge of tTCLK to the midpoint of the signal
in question. The output timings are measured at the pins. All output timings assume a purely resistive 50-Ω load.
Time-of-flight delays must be added for trace lengths, vias, and connectors in the system.
The symbols used for timing specifications herein follow the pattern of t(first two letters of functional block)(signal)(state)
(reference)(state) for inputs and t((first two letters of functional block)(reference)(state)(signal)(state) for outputs. For example,
tJTDVKH symbolizes JTAG device timing (JT) with respect to the time data input signals (D) reaching the valid state
(V) relative to the tJTG clock reference (K) going to the high (H) state or setup time. Also, tJTDXKH symbolizes JTAG
timing (JT) with respect to the time data input signals (D) went invalid (X) relative to the tJTG clock reference (K)
going to the high (H) state. Note that, in general, the clock reference symbol representation is based on three letters
representing the clock of a particular functional. For rise and fall times, the latter convention is used with the
appropriate letter: R (rise) or F (fall).
TRST is an asynchronous level sensitive signal. The setup time is for test purposes only.
Non-JTAG signal input timing with respect to tTCLK.
Non-JTAG signal output timing with respect to tTCLK.
Guaranteed by design.
Guaranteed by design and device characterization.
NOTE
The UPM machine outputs change on the internal tick determined by the
memory controller programming; the AC specifications are relative to the
internal tick. Note that SDRAM and GPCM machine outputs change on
CLKin’s rising edge.
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Clock Configuration Modes
To configure the main PLL multiplication factor and the core, CPM, and 60x bus frequencies, the
MODCK[1–3] pins are sampled while HRESET is asserted. Table 13 lists the eight basic configuration
modes. Table 14 lists the other modes that are available by using the configuration pin (RSTCONF) and
driving four bits from hardware configuration word on the data bus.
Note that the MPC8265 and the MPC8266 have two additional clocking modes—PCI agent and PCI host.
Refer to Section 3.2, “PCI Mode” on page 26 for information.
NOTE
Clock configurations change only after POR is asserted.
3.1
Local Bus Mode
Table 13 describes default clock modes for the MPC826xA.
Table 13. Clock Default Modes
MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency
CPM Multiplication
Factor
CPM
Frequency
Core Multiplication
Factor
Core
Frequency
000
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
4
133 MHz
001
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
5
166 MHz
010
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
4
133 MHz
011
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
5
166 MHz
100
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
101
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3
200 MHz
110
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
111
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
200 MHz
Table 14 describes all possible clock configurations when using the hard reset configuration sequence.
Note that basic modes are shown in boldface type. The frequencies listed are for the purpose of illustration
only. Users must select a mode and input bus frequency so that the resulting configuration does not exceed
the frequency rating of the user’s device.
Table 14. Clock Configuration Modes1
MODCK_H–MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency2,3
CPM Multiplication
Factor2
Core Multiplication
CPM
Core
Factor2
Frequency2
Frequency2
0001_000
33 MHz
2
66 MHz
4
133 MHz
0001_001
33 MHz
2
66 MHz
5
166 MHz
0001_010
33 MHz
2
66 MHz
6
200 MHz
0001_011
33 MHz
2
66 MHz
7
233 MHz
0001_100
33 MHz
2
66 MHz
8
266 MHz
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Table 14. Clock Configuration Modes1 (continued)
MODCK_H–MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency2,3
CPM Multiplication
Factor2
0001_101
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
4
133 MHz
0001_110
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
5
166 MHz
0001_111
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
6
200 MHz
0010_000
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
7
233 MHz
0010_001
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
8
266 MHz
0010_010
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
4
133 MHz
0010_011
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
5
166 MHz
0010_100
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
6
200 MHz
0010_101
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
7
233 MHz
0010_110
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
8
266 MHz
0010_111
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
4
133 MHz
0011_000
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
5
166 MHz
0011_001
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
6
200 MHz
0011_010
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
7
233 MHz
0011_011
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
8
266 MHz
0011_100
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
4
133 MHz
0011_101
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
5
166 MHz
0011_110
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
6
200 MHz
0011_111
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
7
233 MHz
0100_000
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
8
266 MHz
0100_001
Core Multiplication
CPM
Core
Factor2
Frequency2
Frequency2
Reserved
0100_010
0100_011
0100_100
0100_101
0100_110
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Table 14. Clock Configuration Modes1 (continued)
MODCK_H–MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency2,3
CPM Multiplication
Factor2
0100_111
Core Multiplication
CPM
Core
Factor2
Frequency2
Frequency2
Reserved
0101_000
0101_001
0101_010
0101_011
0101_100
0101_101
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
2
133 MHz
0101_110
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
0101_111
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3
200 MHz
0110_000
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
0110_001
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
4
266 MHz
0110_010
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
0110_011
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2
133 MHz
0110_100
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
0110_101
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
200 MHz
0110_110
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
0110_111
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4
266 MHz
0111_000
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
0111_001
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
2
133 MHz
0111_010
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
0111_011
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
0111_100
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
0111_101
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
0111_110
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
0111_111
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
2
133 MHz
1000_000
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
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Table 14. Clock Configuration Modes1 (continued)
MODCK_H–MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency2,3
CPM Multiplication
Factor2
Core Multiplication
CPM
Core
Factor2
Frequency2
Frequency2
1000_001
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3
200 MHz
1000_010
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
1000_011
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4
266 MHz
1000_100
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
1
Because of speed dependencies, not all of the possible configurations in Table 14 are applicable.
The user should choose the input clock frequency and the multiplication factors such that the frequency of the CPU
is equal to or greater than 150 MHz and the CPM ranges between 66–233 MHz.
3
Input clock frequency is given only for the purpose of reference. The user should set MODCK_H–MODCK_L so that
the resulting configuration does not exceed the frequency rating of the user’s part.
2
3.2
PCI Mode
The MPC8265 and the MPC8266 have three clocking modes: local, PCI host, and PCI agent. The clocking
mode is set according to three input pins—PCI_MODE, PCI_CFG[0], PCI_MODCK—as shown in
Table 15.
Table 15. MPC8265 and MPC8266 Clocking Modes
Pins
Clocking Mode
PCI Clock
Frequency Range
(MHZ)
PCI_MODE
PCI_CFG[0]
PCI_MODCK
1
—
—
Local bus
—
0
0
0
PCI host
50–66
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
25–50
PCI agent
50–66
25–50
In addition, note the following:
NOTE: PCI_MODCK
In PCI mode only, PCI_MODCK comes from the LGPL5 pin and
MODCK_H[0–3] comes from {LGPL0, LGPL1, LGPL2, LGPL3}.
NOTE: Tval (Output Hold)
The minimum Tval = 2 when PCI_MODCK = 1, and the minimum Tval = 1
when PCI_MODCK = 0. Therefore, designers should use clock
configurations that fit this condition to achieve PCI-compliant AC timing.
NOTE
Clock configurations change only after POR is asserted.
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PCI Host Mode
The frequencies listed in Table 16 and Table 17 are for the purpose of illustration only. Users must select
a mode and input bus frequency so that the resulting configuration does not exceed the frequency rating
of the user’s device.
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Table 16. Clock Default Configurations in PCI Host Mode (MODCK_HI = 0000)
Core
CPM
Input Clock
Core
PCI Division
CPM
PCI
Multiplication
MODCK[1–3]1 Frequency Multiplication
Frequency
Factor2
Frequency
Frequency2
Factor
Factor
(Bus)
1
2
000
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
001
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3
200 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
010
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
200 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
011
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
100
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4
266 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
101
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
110
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
111
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
Assumes MODCK_HI = 0000.
The frequency depends on the value of PCI_MODCK. If PCI_MODCK is high (logic ‘1’), the PCI frequency is
divided by 2 (33 instead of 66 MHz, etc.) Refer to Table 15.
Table 17 describes all possible clock configurations when using the MPC8265’s or the MPC8266’s
internal PCI bridge in host mode.
Table 17. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Host Mode
Core
CPM
Core
PCI Division
CPM
PCI
Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency
Factor2
Frequency
Frequency2
Factor
Factor
MODCK_H –
MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency1
(Bus)
0001_000
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
5
166 MHz
3/6
33/16 MHz
0001_001
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
6
200 MHz
3/6
33/16 MHz
0001_010
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
7
233 MHz
3/6
33/16 MHz
0001_011
33 MHz
3
100 MHz
8
266 MHz
3/6
33/16 MHz
0010_000
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
5
166 MHz
4/8
33/16 MHz
0010_001
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
6
200 MHz
4/8
33/16 MHz
0010_010
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
7
233 MHz
4/8
33/16 MHz
0010_011
33 MHz
4
133 MHz
8
266 MHz
4/8
33/16 MHz
0011_0003
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
5
166 MHz
5
33 MHz
0011_0013
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
6
200 MHz
5
33 MHz
0011_0103
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
7
233 MHz
5
33 MHz
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Table 17. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Host Mode (continued)
Core
CPM
Core
PCI Division
CPM
PCI
Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency
Factor2
Frequency
Frequency2
Factor
Factor
MODCK_H –
MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency1
(Bus)
0011_0113
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
8
266 MHz
5
33 MHz
0100_0003
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
5
166 MHz
6
33 MHz
3
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
6
200 MHz
6
33 MHz
0100_0103
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
7
233 MHz
6
33 MHz
0100_0113
33 MHz
6
200 MHz
8
266 MHz
6
33 MHz
0101_000
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
0101_001
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3
200 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
0101_010
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
0101_011
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
4
266 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
0101_100
66 MHz
2
133 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
2/4
66/33 MHz
0110_000
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
0110_001
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
200 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
0110_010
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
0110_011
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4
266 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
0110_100
66 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
3/6
55/28 MHz
0111_000
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
0111_001
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
0111_010
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
0111_011
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
0111_100
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1000_000
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4/8
50/25 MHz
1000_001
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
4/8
50/25 MHz
1000_010
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4/8
50/25 MHz
1000_011
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
4/8
50/25 MHz
1000_100
66 MHz
3
200 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
4/8
50/25 MHz
1001_000
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4/8
58/29 MHz
1001_001
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3
200 MHz
4/8
58/29 MHz
0100_001
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Table 17. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Host Mode (continued)
Core
CPM
Core
PCI Division
CPM
PCI
Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency
Factor2
Frequency
Frequency2
Factor
Factor
MODCK_H –
MODCK[1–3]
Input Clock
Frequency1
(Bus)
1001_010
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4/8
58/29 MHz
1001_011
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4
266 MHz
4/8
58/29 MHz
1001_100
66 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
4/8
58/29 MHz
1010_000
100 MHz
2
200 MHz
2
200 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1010_001
100 MHz
2
200 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1010_010
100 MHz
2
200 MHz
3
300 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1010_011
100 MHz
2
200 MHz
3.5
350 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1010_100
100 MHz
2
200 MHz
4
400 MHz
3/6
66/33 MHz
1011_000
100 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
2
200 MHz
4/8
62/31 MHz
1011_001
100 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
4/8
62/31MHz
1011_010
100 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
3
300 MHz
4/8
62/31 MHz
1011_011
100 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
3.5
350 MHz
4/8
62/31 MHz
1011_100
100 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
4
400 MHz
4/8
62/31 MHz
1
Input clock frequency is given only for the purpose of reference. User should set MODCK_H–MODCK_L so that the
resulting configuration does not exceed the frequency rating of the user’s part.
2 The frequency depends on the value of PCI_MODCK. If PCI_MODCK is high (logic ‘1’), the PCI frequency is divided
by 2 (33 instead of 66 MHz, etc.). Refer to Table 15.
3 In this mode, PCI_MODCK must be “0”.
3.2.2
PCI Agent Mode
The frequencies listed in Table 18 and Table 19 are for the purpose of illustration only. Users must select
a mode and input bus frequency so that the resulting configuration does not exceed the frequency rating
of the user’s device.
Table 18. Clock Default Configurations in PCI Agent Mode (MODCK_HI = 0000)
Input Clock
CPM
Core
CPM
Core
Bus Division 60x Bus
MODCK[1–3]1 Frequency Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency
Frequency3
Factor
Frequency4
2
2
(PCI)
Factor
Factor
000
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2
66 MHz
001
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
3
200 MHz
2
66 MHz
010
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
66 MHz
011
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
3
66 MHz
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Table 18. Clock Default Configurations in PCI Agent Mode (MODCK_HI = 0000) (continued)
Core
Input Clock
CPM
Core
CPM
Bus Division 60x Bus
Multiplication
MODCK[1–3]1 Frequency Multiplication
3
Frequency
Frequency
Factor
Frequency4
Factor
(PCI)2
Factor2
100
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3
240 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
101
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3.5
280 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
110
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3.5
300 MHz
3
88 MHz
111
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3
300 MHz
2.5
100 MHz
1
Assumes MODCK_HI = 0000.
The frequency depends on the value of PCI_MODCK. If PCI_MODCK is high (logic ‘1’), the PCI frequency is divided
by 2 (33 instead of 66 MHz, etc.) and the CPM multiplication factor is multiplied by 2. Refer to Table 15.
3
Core frequency = (60x bus frequency)(core multiplication factor)
4
Bus frequency = CPM frequency/bus division factor
2
Table 19 describes all possible clock configurations when using the MPC8265 or the MPC8266’s internal
PCI bridge in agent mode.
Table 19. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Agent Mode
Input Clock
Core
CPM
Core
MODCK_H –
CPM
Bus Division 60x Bus
Frequency Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency3
MODCK[1–3]
Frequency
Factor
Frequency4
1,2
1
(PCI)
Factor
Factor
0001_001
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
5
166 MHz
4
33 MHz
0001_010
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
6
200 MHz
4
33 MHz
0001_011
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
7
233 MHz
4
33 MHz
0001_100
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
8
266 MHz
4
33 MHz
0010_001
50/25 MHz
3/6
150 MHz
3
180 MHz
2.5
60 MHz
0010_010
50/25 MHz
3/6
150 MHz
3.5
210 MHz
2.5
60 MHz
0010_011
50/25 MHz
3/6
150 MHz
4
240 MHz
2.5
60 MHz
0010_100
50/25 MHz
3/6
150 MHz
4.5
270 MHz
2.5
60 MHz
0011_000
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
2.5
110MHz
3
44 MHz
0011_001
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
3
132 MHz
3
44 MHz
0011_010
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
3.5
154 MHz
3
44 MHz
0011_011
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
4
176MHz
3
44 MHz
0011_100
66/33 MHz
2/4
133 MHz
4.5
198 MHz
3
44 MHz
0100_000
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
66 MHz
0100_001
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
66 MHz
0100_010
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3
66 MHz
0100_011
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
3
66 MHz
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Table 19. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Agent Mode (continued)
Input Clock
Core
CPM
Core
MODCK_H –
CPM
Bus Division 60x Bus
Frequency Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency3
MODCK[1–3]
Frequency
Factor
Frequency4
1,2
1
(PCI)
Factor
Factor
0100_100
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
3
66 MHz
0101_0005
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
2.5
66 MHz
5
0101_001
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
3
200 MHz
2.5
66 MHz
0101_0105
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
2.5
66 MHz
0101_0115
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
4
266 MHz
2.5
66 MHz
0101_1005
33 MHz
5
166 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
2.5
66 MHz
0110_000
50/25 MHz
4/8
200 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
3
66 MHz
0110_001
50/25 MHz
4/8
200 MHz
3
200 MHz
3
66 MHz
0110_010
50/25 MHz
4/8
200 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
3
66 MHz
0110_011
50/25 MHz
4/8
200 MHz
4
266 MHz
3
66 MHz
0110_100
50/25 MHz
4/8
200 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
3
66 MHz
0111_000
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
2
200 MHz
2
100 MHz
0111_001
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
2.5
250 MHz
2
100 MHz
0111_010
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3
300 MHz
2
100 MHz
0111_011
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3.5
350 MHz
2
100 MHz
1000_000
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
2
160 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1000_001
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
2.5
200 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1000_010
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3
240 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1000_011
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
3.5
280 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1000_100
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
4
320 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1000_101
66/33 MHz
3/6
200 MHz
4.5
360 MHz
2.5
80 MHz
1001_000
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
2.5
166 MHz
4
66 MHz
1001_001
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3
200 MHz
4
66 MHz
1001_010
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3.5
233 MHz
4
66 MHz
1001_011
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
4
266 MHz
4
66 MHz
1001_100
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
4.5
300 MHz
4
66 MHz
1010_000
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
2.5
222 MHz
3
88 MHz
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Table 19. Clock Configuration Modes in PCI Agent Mode (continued)
Input Clock
Core
CPM
Core
MODCK_H –
CPM
Bus Division 60x Bus
Frequency Multiplication
Multiplication
Frequency3
MODCK[1–3]
Frequency
Factor
Frequency4
1,2
1
(PCI)
Factor
Factor
1
2
3
4
5
1010_001
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3
266 MHz
3
88 MHz
1010_010
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3.5
300 MHz
3
88 MHz
1010_011
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
4
350 MHz
3
88 MHz
1010_100
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
4.5
400 MHz
3
88 MHz
1011_000
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
2
212MHz
2.5
106 MHz
1011_001
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
2.5
265 MHz
2.5
106 MHz
1011_010
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3
318 MHz
2.5
106 MHz
1011_011
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
3.5
371 MHz
2.5
106 MHz
1011_100
66/33 MHz
4/8
266 MHz
4
424 MHz
2.5
106 MHz
The frequency depends on the value of PCI_MODCK. If PCI_MODCK is high (logic ‘1’), the PCI frequency is
divided by 2 (33 instead of 66 MHz, etc.) and the CPM multiplication factor is multiplied by 2. Refer to Table 15.
Input clock frequency is given only for the purpose of reference. User should set MODCK_H–MODCK_L so that
the resulting configuration does not exceed the frequency rating of the user’s part.
Core frequency = (60x bus frequency)(core multiplication factor)
Bus frequency = CPM frequency/bus division factor
In this mode, PCI_MODCK must be “1”.
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4
Pinout
This section provides the pin assignments and pinout list for the MPC826xA.
4.1
Pin Assignments
Figure 13 shows the pinout of the MPC826xA’s 480 TBGA package as viewed from the top surface.
1
2
3
4 5 6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
A
A
B
C
B
C
D
D
E
F
E
F
G
G
H
H
J
K
J
K
L
L
M
N
M
N
P
P
R
R
T
U
T
U
V
W
V
W
Y
Y
AA
AA
AB
AC
AB
AC
AD
AD
AE
AF
AE
AF
AG
AG
AH
AH
AJ
AJ
1
2
3
4 5 6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Not to Scale
Figure 13. Pinout of the 480 TBGA Package as Viewed from the Top Surface
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Pinout
Figure 14 shows the side profile of the TBGA package to indicate the direction of the top surface view.
View
Copper Heat Spreader
(Oxidized for Insulation)
Etched
Cavity
Die
Attach
Polymide Tape
Pressure Sensitive
Adhesive
Die
Soldermask
Glob-Top Filled Area
Glob-Top Dam
Copper Traces
1.27 mm Pitch
Wire Bonds
Figure 14. Side View of the TBGA Package
Table 21 shows the pinout list of the MPC826xA. Table 20 defines conventions and acronyms used in
Table 21.
Symbols used in Table 21 are described in Table 20.
Table 20. Symbol Legend
Symbol
Meaning
OVERBAR
Signals with overbars, such as TA, are active low.
UTM
Indicates that a signal is part of the UTOPIA master interface.
UTS
Indicates that a signal is part of the UTOPIA slave interface.
UT8
Indicates that a signal is part of the 8-bit UTOPIA interface.
UT16
Indicates that a signal is part of the 16-bit UTOPIA interface.
MII
Indicates that a signal is part of the media independent interface.
Table 21. Pinout List
Pin Name
Ball
BR
W5
BG
F4
ABB/IRQ2
E2
TS
E3
A0
G1
A1
H5
A2
H2
A3
H1
A4
J5
A5
J4
A6
J3
A7
J2
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
A8
J1
A9
K4
A10
K3
A11
K2
A12
K1
A13
L5
A14
L4
A15
L3
A16
L2
A17
L1
A18
M5
A19
N5
A20
N4
A21
N3
A22
N2
A23
N1
A24
P4
A25
P3
A26
P2
A27
P1
A28
R1
A29
R3
A30
R5
A31
R4
TT0
F1
TT1
G4
TT2
G3
TT3
G2
TT4
F2
TBST
D3
TSIZ0
C1
TSIZ1
E4
TSIZ2
D2
TSIZ3
F5
AACK
F3
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
ARTRY
E1
DBG
V1
DBB/IRQ3
V2
D0
B20
D1
A18
D2
A16
D3
A13
D4
E12
D5
D9
D6
A6
D7
B5
D8
A20
D9
E17
D10
B15
D11
B13
D12
A11
D13
E9
D14
B7
D15
B4
D16
D19
D17
D17
D18
D15
D19
C13
D20
B11
D21
A8
D22
A5
D23
C5
D24
C19
D25
C17
D26
C15
D27
D13
D28
C11
D29
B8
D30
A4
D31
E6
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
D32
E18
D33
B17
D34
A15
D35
A12
D36
D11
D37
C8
D38
E7
D39
A3
D40
D18
D41
A17
D42
A14
D43
B12
D44
A10
D45
D8
D46
B6
D47
C4
D48
C18
D49
E16
D50
B14
D51
C12
D52
B10
D53
A7
D54
C6
D55
D5
D56
B18
D57
B16
D58
E14
D59
D12
D60
C10
D61
E8
D62
D6
D63
C2
DP0/RSRV/EXT_BR2
B22
IRQ1/DP1/EXT_BG2
A22
IRQ2/DP2/TLBISYNC/EXT_DBG2
E21
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
IRQ3/DP3/CKSTP_OUT/EXT_BR3
D21
IRQ4/DP4/CORE_SRESET/EXT_BG3
C21
IRQ5/DP5/TBEN/EXT_DBG3
B21
IRQ6/DP6/CSE0
A21
IRQ7/DP7/CSE1
E20
PSDVAL
V3
TA
C22
TEA
V5
GBL/IRQ1
W1
CI/BADDR29/IRQ2
U2
WT/BADDR30/IRQ3
U3
L2_HIT/IRQ4
Y4
CPU_BG/BADDR31/IRQ5
U4
CPU_DBG
R2
CPU_BR
Y3
CS0
F25
CS1
C29
CS2
E27
CS3
E28
CS4
F26
CS5
F27
CS6
F28
CS7
G25
CS8
D29
CS9
E29
CS10/BCTL1
F29
CS11/AP0
G28
BADDR27
T5
BADDR28
U1
ALE
T2
BCTL0
A27
PWE0/PSDDQM0/PBS0
C25
PWE1/PSDDQM1/PBS1
E24
PWE2/PSDDQM2/PBS2
D24
PWE3/PSDDQM3/PBS3
C24
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
PWE4/PSDDQM4/PBS4
B26
PWE5/PSDDQM5/PBS5
A26
PWE6/PSDDQM6/PBS6
B25
PWE7/PSDDQM7/PBS7
A25
PSDA10/PGPL0
E23
PSDWE/PGPL1
B24
POE/PSDRAS/PGPL2
A24
PSDCAS/PGPL3
B23
PGTA/PUPMWAIT/PGPL4/PPBS
A23
PSDAMUX/PGPL5
D22
LWE0/LSDDQM0/LBS0/PCI_CFG01
H28
LWE1/LSDDQM1/LBS1/PCI_CFG11
H27
LWE2/LSDDQM2/LBS2/PCI_CFG21
H26
LWE3/LSDDQM3/LBS3/PCI_CFG31
G29
LSDA10/LGPL0/PCI_MODCKH01
D27
LSDWE/LGPL1/PCI_MODCKH11
C28
LOE/LSDRAS/LGPL2/PCI_MODCKH21
LSDCAS/LGPL3/PCI_MODCKH3
1
E26
D25
LGTA/LUPMWAIT/LGPL4/LPBS
C26
LGPL5/LSDAMUX/PCI_MODCK1
B27
LWR
D28
L_A14/PAR1
N27
L_A15/FRAME1/SMI
T29
L_A16/TRDY 1
R27
L_A17/IRDY1/CKSTP_OUT
R26
L_A18/STOP1
R29
L_A19/DEVSEL1
R28
L_A20/IDSEL1
W29
L_A21/PERR1
P28
L_A22/SERR1
N26
L_A23/REQ01
AA27
L_A24/REQ11/HSEJSW1
P29
L_A25/GNT01
AA26
L_A26/GNT11/HSLED 1
N25
L_A27/GNT21/HSENUM1
AA25
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
L_A28/RST1/CORE_SRESET
AB29
L_A29/INTA1
AB28
L_A30/REQ21
P25
L_A31/DLLOUT1
AB27
LCL_D0/AD01
H29
1
LCL_D1/AD1
J29
LCL_D2/AD21
J28
LCL_D3/AD31
J27
LCL_D4/AD41
J26
LCL_D5/AD51
J25
LCL_D6/AD61
K25
LCL_D7/AD71
L29
LCL_D8/AD81
L27
LCL_D9/AD91
L26
LCL_D10/AD10 1
L25
LCL_D11/AD11 1
M29
LCL_D12/AD12 1
M28
1
M27
LCL_D14/AD14 1
M26
LCL_D15/AD15 1
N29
LCL_D16/AD16 1
T25
LCL_D17/AD17 1
U27
LCL_D18/AD18 1
U26
LCL_D19/AD19 1
U25
LCL_D20/AD20 1
V29
LCL_D21/AD21 1
V28
LCL_D22/AD22 1
V27
LCL_D23/AD23 1
V26
LCL_D24/AD24 1
W27
LCL_D25/AD25 1
W26
LCL_D26/AD26 1
W25
LCL_D27/AD27 1
Y29
LCL_D28/AD28 1
Y28
LCL_D29/AD29 1
Y25
LCL_D30/AD30 1
AA29
LCL_D13/AD13
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
LCL_D31/AD31 1
LCL_DP0/C01
Ball
AA28
1
L28
LCL_DP1/C11/BE11
N28
LCL_DP2/C21/BE21
T28
LCL_DP3/C31/BE31
W28
IRQ0/NMI_OUT
T1
IRQ7/INT_OUT/APE
D1
TRST
AH3
TCK
AG5
TMS
AJ3
TDI
AE6
TDO
AF5
TRIS
AB4
PORESET
AG6
HRESET
AH5
SRESET
AF6
QREQ
AA3
RSTCONF
AJ4
MODCK1/AP1/TC0/BNKSEL0
W2
MODCK2/AP2/TC1/BNKSEL1
W3
MODCK3/AP3/TC2/BNKSEL2
W4
XFC
AB2
CLKIN1
AH4
PA0/RESTART1/DREQ3/FCC2_UTM_TXADDR2
AC292
PA1/REJECT1/FCC2_UTM_TXADDR1/DONE3
AC252
PA2/CLK20/FCC2_UTM_TXADDR0/DACK3
AE282
PA3/CLK19/FCC2_UTM_RXADDR0/DACK4/L1RXD1A2
AG292
PA4/REJECT2/FCC2_UTM_RXADDR1/DONE4
AG282
PA5/RESTART2/DREQ4/FCC2_UTM_RXADDR2
AG262
PA6/L1RSYNCA1
AE242
PA7/SMSYN2/L1TSYNCA1/L1GNTA1
AH25 2
PA8/SMRXD2/L1RXD0A1/L1RXDA1
AF232
PA9/SMTXD2/L1TXD0A1
AH23 2
PA10/FCC1_UT8_RXD0/FCC1_UT16_RXD8/MSNUM5
AE222
PA11/FCC1_UT8_RXD1/FCC1_UT16_RXD9/MSNUM4
AH22 2
/BE0
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
PA12/FCC1_UT8_RXD2/FCC1_UT16_RXD10/MSNUM3
AJ212
PA13/FCC1_UT8_RXD3/FCC1_UT16_RXD11/MSNUM2
AH20 2
PA14/FCC1_UT8_RXD4/FCC1_UT16_RXD12/FCC1_RXD3
AG192
PA15/FCC1_UT8_RXD5/FCC1_UT16_RXD13/FCC1_RXD2
AF182
PA16/FCC1_UT8_RXD6/FCC1_UT16_RXD14/FCC1_RXD1
AF172
PA17/FCC1_UT8_RXD7/FCC1_UT16_RXD15/FCC1_RXD0/FCC1_RXD
AE162
PA18/FCC1_UT8_TXD7/FCC1_UT16_TXD15/FCC1_TXD0/FCC1_TXD
AJ162
PA19/FCC1_UT8_TXD6/FCC1_UT16_TXD14/FCC1_TXD1
AG152
PA20/FCC1_UT8_TXD5/FCC1_UT16_TXD13/FCC1_TXD2
AJ132
PA21/FCC1_UT8_TXD4/FCC1_UT16_TXD12/FCC1_TXD3
AE132
PA22/FCC1_UT8_TXD3/FCC1_UT16_TXD11
AF122
PA23/FCC1_UT8_TXD2/FCC1_UT16_TXD10
AG112
PA24/FCC1_UT8_TXD1/FCC1_UT16_TXD9/MSNUM1
AH92
PA25/FCC1_UT8_TXD0/FCC1_UT16_TXD8/MSNUM0
AJ82
PA26/FCC1_UTM_RXCLAV/FCC1_UTS_RXCLAV/FCC1_MII_RX_ER
AH72
PA27/FCC1_UT_RXSOC/FCC1_MII_RX_DV
AF72
PA28/FCC1_UTM_RXENB/FCC1_UTS_RXENB/FCC1_MII_TX_EN
AD52
PA29/FCC1_UT_TXSOC/FCC1_MII_TX_ER
AF12
PA30/FCC1_UTM_TXCLAV/FCC1_UTS_TXCLAV/FCC1_MII_CRS/
FCC1_RTS
AD32
PA31/FCC1_UTM_TXENB/FCC1_UTS_TXENB/FCC1_MII_COL
AB52
PB4/FCC3_TXD3/FCC2_UT8_RXD0/L1RSYNCA2/FCC3_RTS
AD28 2
PB5/FCC3_TXD2/FCC2_UT8_RXD1/L1TSYNCA2/L1GNTA2
AD26 2
PB6/FCC3_TXD1/FCC2_UT8_RXD2/L1RXDA2/L1RXD0A2
AD25 2
PB7/FCC3_TXD0/FCC3_TXD/FCC2_UT8_RXD3/L1TXDA2/L1TXD0A2
AE262
PB8/FCC2_UT8_TXD3/FCC3_RXD0/FCC3_RXD/TXD3/L1RSYNCD1
AH27 2
PB9/FCC2_UT8_TXD2/FCC3_RXD1/L1TXD2A2/L1TSYNCD1/L1GNTD1
AG242
PB10/FCC2_UT8_TXD1/FCC3_RXD2/L1RXDD1
AH24 2
PB11/FCC3_RXD3/FCC2_UT8_TXD0/L1TXDD1
AJ242
PB12/FCC3_MII_CRS/L1CLKOB1/L1RSYNCC1/TXD2
AG222
PB13/FCC3_MII_COL/L1RQB1/L1TSYNCC1/L1GNTC1/L1TXD1A2
AH21 2
PB14/FCC3_MII_TX_EN/RXD3/L1RXDC1
AG202
PB15/FCC3_MII_TX_ER/RXD2/L1TXDC1
AF192
PB16/FCC3_MII_RX_ER/L1CLKOA1/CLK18
AJ182
PB17/FCC3_MII_RX_DV/L1RQA1/CLK17
AJ172
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
PB18/FCC2_UT8_RXD4/FCC2_RXD3/L1CLKOD2/L1RXD2A2
AE142
PB19/FCC2_UT8_RXD5/FCC2_RXD2/L1RQD2/L1RXD3A2
AF132
PB20/FCC2_UT8_RXD6/FCC2_RXD1/L1RSYNCD2/L1TXD1A1
AG122
PB21/FCC2_UT8_RXD7/FCC2_RXD0/FCC2_RXD/L1TSYNCD2/L1GNTD2/ AH11 2
L1TXD2A1
PB22/FCC2_UT8_TXD7/FCC2_TXD0/FCC2_TXD/L1RXD1A1/L1RXDD2
AH16 2
PB23/FCC2_UT8_TXD6/FCC2_TXD1/L1RXD2A1/L1TXDD2
AE152
PB24/FCC2_UT8_TXD5/FCC2_TXD2/L1RXD3A1/L1RSYNCC2
AJ92
PB25/FCC2_UT8_TXD4/FCC2_TXD3/L1TSYNCC2/L1GNTC2/L1TXD3A1
AE92
PB26/FCC2_MII_CRS/FCC2_UT8_TXD1/L1RXDC2
AJ72
PB27/FCC2_MII_COL/FCC2_UT8_TXD0/L1TXDC2
AH62
PB28/FCC2_MII_RX_ER/FCC2_RTS/L1TSYNCB2/L1GNTB2/TXD1
AE32
PB29/FCC2_UTM_RXCLAV/FCC2_UTS_RXCLAV/L1RSYNCB2/
FCC2_MII_TX_EN
AE22
PB30/FCC2_MII_RX_DV/FCC2_UT_TXSOC/L1RXDB2
AC52
PB31/FCC2_MII_TX_ER/FCC2_UT_RXSOC/L1TXDB2
AC42
PC0/DREQ1/BRGO7/SMSYN2/L1CLKOA2
AB262
PC1/DREQ2/BRGO6/L1RQA2
AD29 2
PC2/FCC3_CD/FCC2_UT8_TXD3/DONE2
AE292
PC3/FCC3_CTS/FCC2_UT8_TXD2/DACK2/CTS4
AE272
PC4/FCC2_UTM_RXENB/FCC2_UTS_RXENB/SI2_L1ST4/FCC2_CD
AF272
PC5/FCC2_UTM_TXCLAV/FCC2_UTS_TXCLAV/SI2_L1ST3/FCC2_CTS
AF242
PC6/FCC1_CD/L1CLKOC1/FCC1_UTM_RXADDR2/FCC1_UTS_RXADDR/ AJ262
FCC1_UTM_RXCLAV1
PC7/FCC1_CTS/L1RQC1/FCC1_UTM_TXADDR2/FCC1_UTS_TXADDR2/
FCC1_UTM_TXCLAV1
AJ252
PC8/CD4/RENA4/FCC1_UT16_TXD0/SI2_L1ST2/CTS3
AF222
PC9/CTS4/CLSN4/FCC1_UT16_TXD1/SI2_L1ST1/L1TSYNCA2/L1GNTA2
AE212
PC10/CD3/RENA3/FCC1_UT16_TXD2/SI1_L1ST4/FCC2_UT8_RXD3
AF202
PC11/CTS3/CLSN3/L1CLKOD1/L1TXD3A2/FCC2_UT8_RXD2
AE192
PC12/CD2/RENA2/SI1_L1ST3/FCC1_UTM_RXADDR1/
FCC1_UTS_RXADDR1
AE182
PC13/CTS2/CLSN2/L1RQD1/FCC1_UTM_TXADDR1/
FCC1_UTS_TXADDR1
AH18 2
PC14/CD1/RENA1/FCC1_UTM_RXADDR0/FCC1_UTS_RXADDR0
AH17 2
PC15/CTS1/CLSN1/SMTXD2/FCC1_UTM_TXADDR0/
FCC1_UTS_TXADDR0
AG162
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Pinout
Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
PC16/CLK16/TIN4
AF152
PC17/CLK15/TIN3/BRGO8
AJ152
PC18/CLK14/TGATE2
AH14 2
PC19/CLK13/BRGO7/SPICLK
AG132
PC20/CLK12/TGATE1
AH12 2
PC21/CLK11/BRGO6
AJ112
PC22/CLK10/DONE1
AG102
PC23/CLK9/BRGO5/DACK1
AE102
PC24/FCC2_UT8_TXD3/CLK8/TOUT4
AF92
PC25/FCC2_UT8_TXD2/CLK7/BRGO4
AE82
PC26/CLK6/TOUT3/TMCLK
AJ62
PC27/FCC3_TXD/FCC3_TXD0/CLK5/BRGO3
AG22
PC28/CLK4/TIN1/TOUT2/CTS2/CLSN2
AF32
PC29/CLK3/TIN2/BRGO2/CTS1/CLSN1
AF22
PC30/FCC2_UT8_TXD3/CLK2/TOUT1
AE12
PC31/CLK1/BRGO1
AD12
PD4/BRGO8/L1TSYNCD1/L1GNTD1/FCC3_RTS/SMRXD2
AC282
PD5/FCC1_UT16_TXD3/DONE1
AD27 2
PD6/FCC1_UT16_TXD4/DACK1
AF292
PD7/SMSYN1/FCC1_UTM_TXADDR3/FCC1_UTS_TXADDR3/
FCC2_UTM_TXADDR4/FCC1_TXCLAV2
AF282
PD8/SMRXD1/FCC2_UT_TXPRTY/BRGO5
AG252
PD9/SMTXD1/FCC2_UT_RXPRTY/BRGO3
AH26 2
PD10/L1CLKOB2/FCC2_UT8_RXD1/L1RSYNCB1/BRGO4
AJ272
PD11/L1RQB2/FCC2_UT8_RXD0/L1TSYNCB1/L1GNTB1
AJ232
PD12/SI1_L1ST2/L1RXDB1
AG232
PD13/SI1_L1ST1/L1TXDB1
AJ222
PD14/FCC1_UT16_RXD0/L1CLKOC2/I2CSCL
AE202
PD15/FCC1_UT16_RXD1/L1RQC2/I2CSDA
AJ202
PD16/FCC1_UT_TXPRTY/L1TSYNCC1/L1GNTC1/SPIMISO
AG182
PD17/FCC1_UT_RXPRTY/BRGO2/SPIMOSI
AG172
PD18/FCC1_UTM_RXADDR4/FCC1_UTS_RXADDR4/
FCC1_UTM_RXCLAV3/FCC2_UTM_RXADDR3/SPICLK
AF162
PD19/FCC1_UTM_TXADDR4/FCC1_UTS_TXADDR4/
FCC1_UTM_TXCLAV3/FCC2_UTM_TXADDR3/SPISEL/BRGO1
AH15 2
PD20/RTS4/TENA4/FCC1_UT16_RXD2/L1RSYNCA2
AJ142
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Table 21. Pinout List (continued)
Pin Name
Ball
PD21/TXD4/FCC1_UT16_RXD3/L1RXD0A2/L1RXDA2
AH13 2
PD22/RXD4/FCC1_UT16_TXD5/L1TXD0A2/L1TXDA2
AJ122
PD23/RTS3/TENA3/FCC1_UT16_RXD4/L1RSYNCD1
AE122
PD24/TXD3/FCC1_UT16_RXD5/L1RXDD1
AF102
PD25/RXD3/FCC1_UT16_TXD6/L1TXDD1
AG92
PD26/RTS2/TENA2/FCC1_UT16_RXD6/L1RSYNCC1
AH82
PD27/TXD2/FCC1_UT16_RXD7/L1RXDC1
AG72
PD28/RXD2/FCC1_UT16_TXD7/L1TXDC1
AE42
PD29/RTS1/TENA1/FCC1_UTM_RXADDR3/FCC1_UTS_RXADDR3/
FCC1_UTM_RXCLAV2/FCC2_UTM_RXADDR4
AG12
PD30/FCC2_UTM_TXENB/FCC2_UTS_TXENB/TXD1
AD42
PD31/RXD1
AD22
VCCSYN
AB3
VCCSYN1
B9
GNDSYN
AB1
CLKIN21,3
AE11
SPARE44
U5
PCI_MODE1,5
AF25
SPARE64
V4
THERMAL06
AA1
THERMAL16
AG4
I/O power
AG21, AG14, AG8, AJ1, AJ2, AH1, AH2,
AG3, AF4, AE5, AC27, Y27, T27, P27,
K26, G27, AE25, AF26, AG27, AH28,
AH29, AJ28, AJ29, C7, C14, C16, C20,
C23, E10, A28, A29, B28, B29, C27,
D26, E25, H3, M4, T3, AA4, A1, A2, B1,
B2, C3, D4, E5
Core Power
U28, U29, K28, K29, A9, A19, B19, M1,
M2, Y1, Y2, AC1, AC2, AH19, AJ19,
AH10, AJ10, AJ5
Ground
AA5, AF21, AF14, AF8, AE7, AF11,
AE17, AE23, AC26, AB25, Y26, V25,
T26, R25, P26, M25, K27, H25, G26,
D7, D10, D14, D16, D20, D23, C9, E11,
E13, E15, E19, E22, B3, G5, H4, K5,
M3, P5, T4, Y5, AA2, AC3
1
2
MPC8265 and MPC8266 only.
The default configuration of the CPM pins (PA[0–31], PB[4–31], PC[0–31], PD[4–31]) is input. To prevent excessive
DC current, it is recommended to either pull unused pins to GND or VDDH, or to configure them as outputs.
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Package Description
3
On PCI devices (MPC8265 and MPC8266) this pin should be used as CLKIN2. On non-PCI devices (MPC8260A and
MPC8264) this is a spare pin that must be pulled down or left floating.
4
Must be pulled down or left floating.
5
On PCI devices (MPC8265 and MPC8266) this pin should be asserted if the PCI function is desired or pulled up or
left floating if PCI is not desired. On non-PCI devices (MPC8260A and MPC8264) this is a spare pin that must be pulled
up or left floating.
6
For information on how to use this pin, refer to MPC8260 PowerQUICC II Thermal Resistor Guide available at
www.freescale.com.
5
Package Description
The following sections provide the package parameters and mechanical dimensions for the MPC826xA.
5.1
Package Parameters
Package parameters are provided in Table 22. The package type is a 37.5 × 37.5 mm, 480-lead TBGA.
Table 22. Package Parameters
Parameter
Value
Package Outline
37.5 × 37.5 mm
Interconnects
480 (29 × 29 ball array)
Pitch
1.27 mm
Nominal unmounted package height 1.55 mm
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5.2
Mechanical Dimensions
Figure 15 provides the mechanical dimensions and bottom surface nomenclature of the 480 TBGA
package.
Notes:
1. Dimensions and Tolerancing per
ASME Y14.5M-1994.
2. Dimensions in millimeters.
3. Dimension b is measured at the
maximum solder ball diameter, parallel
to primary data A.
Millimeters
Dim
Min
Max
A
1.45
1.65
A1
0.60
0.70
A2
0.85
0.95
A3
0.25
—
b
0.65
0.85
D
37.50 BSC
D1
35.56 REF
e
1.27 BSC
E
37.50 BSC
E1
35.56 REF
Figure 15. Mechanical Dimensions and Bottom Surface Nomenclature
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Ordering Information
6
Ordering Information
Figure 16 provides an example of the Freescale part numbering nomenclature for the MPC826xA. In
addition to the processor frequency, the part numbering scheme also consists of a part modifier that
indicates any enhancement(s) in the part from the original production design. Each part number also
contains a revision code that refers to the die mask revision number and is specified in the part numbering
scheme for identification purposes only. For more information, contact your local Freescale sales office.
MPC 826X A C ZU XXX X
Product Code
Die Revision Level
Device Number
Process Technology
(None = 0.29 micron
A = 0.25 micron)
Processor Frequency
(CPU/CPM/Bus)
Temperature Range
(Blank = 0 to 105 °C
C = –40 to 105 °C
Package
ZU = 480 TBGA
VV = 480 TBGA (Pb Free)
Figure 16. Freescale Part Number Key
7
Document Revision History
Table 23 lists significant changes in each revision of this document.
Table 23. Document Revision History
Revision
Date
Substantive Changes
2
06/2009
• Updated package values in Figure 16.
1.1
02/2006
• Addition of Table 12.
1.0
9/2005
• Document template update
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Table 23. Document Revision History (continued)
Revision
Date
Substantive Changes
0.9
8/2003
• Note: In revision 0.3, sp30 (Table 10) was changed. This change was not previously recorded in this
“Document Revision History” Table.
• Removal of “HiP4 PowerQUICC II Documentation” table. These supplemental specifications have
been replaced by revision 1 of the MPC8260 PowerQUICC II™ Family Reference Manual.
• Figure 1 and Section 1, “Features”: Addition of MPC8255 notes
• Addition of Figure 2
• Addition of VCCSYN to “Note: Core, PLL, and I/O Supply Voltages” following Table 2
• Addition of note 1 to Table 3
• Table 4: Changes to θJA and θJB and θJC.
• Addition of notes or modifications to Figure 6, Figure 7, and Figure 8
• Table 9: Change of sp10.
• Addition of Table 15.
• Addition of note 2 to Table 21
• Table 21: Addition of FCC2 Rx and Tx [3,4] to CPM pins PD7, PD18, PD19, and PD29. Also, the
addition of SPICLK to PC19. They are documented correctly in the parallel I/O ports chapter in the
MPC8260 PowerQUICC II™ Family Reference Manual but had previously been omitted from
Table 21.
0.8
1/2003
•
•
•
•
•
•
Table 2: Modification to supply voltage ranges reflected in notes 2, 3, and 4.
Table 4: Addition of θJB and θJC.
Table 7, Figure 8: Addition of sp42a/sp43a.
Figure 3, Figure 4: Addition of note for FCC output.
Figure 5, Figure 6, Figure 7: Addition of notes.
Table 14, Table 17, and Table 19: Removal of PLL bypass mode from clock tables.
0.7
5/2002
•
•
•
•
Section 1, “Features”: minimum supported core frequency of 150 MHz
Section 1, “Features”: updated performance values (under “Dual-issue integer core”)
Table 2: Note 2 (changes in italics): “...less than or equal to 233 MHz, 166 MHz CPM...”
Table 2: Addition of note 3.
0.6
3/2002
• Table 21: Modified notes to pins AE11 and AF25.
0.5
3/2002
• Table 21: Modified notes to pins AE11 and AF25.
• Table 21: Addition of note to pins AA1 and AG4 (Therm0 and Therm1).
0.4
2/2002
• Note 2 for Table 2 (changes in italics): “...greater than or equal to 266 MHz, 200 MHz CPM...”
• Table 19: Core and bus frequency values for the following ranges of MODCK_HMODCK: 0011_000
to 0011_100 and 1011_000 to 1011_1000
• Table 21: Notes added to pins at AE11, AF25, U5, and V4.
0.3
11/2001
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Table 1: note 3
Section 2.1: Removal of “Warning” recommending use of bootstrap diodes. They are not needed.
Table 9: Change to sp12.
Table 10: Change to sp32.
Note 2 for Table 16 and Table 17
Addition of note at beginning of Section 3.2
Note 1 for Table 18 and Table 19
Table 21: Additions to B27, C28, D25, D27, E26, G29, H26–28, N25, P29, AF25, AA25, AB27
0.2
11/2001
•
•
•
•
Revision of Table 5, “Power Dissipation”
Modifications to Figure 9, Table 2,Table 10, Table 11, and Table 18
Modification to pinout diagram, Figure 13
Additional revisions to text and figures throughout
0.1
8/2001
• Table 8: Change to sp20/sp21.
0
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Rev. 2.0
06/2009
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