Data Sheet

Freescale Semiconductor
Data Sheet: Technical Data
Document Number: MC9328MXS
Rev. 3, 12/2006
MC9328MXS
Package Information
Plastic Package
Case 1304B-01
(MAPBGA–225)
MC9328MXS
Ordering Information
See Table 1 on page 3
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Introduction
The i.MX Family of applications processors provides a
leap in performance with an ARM9™ microprocessor
core and highly integrated system functions. The i.MX
family specifically addresses the requirements of the
personal, portable product market by providing
intelligent integrated peripherals, an advanced processor
core, and power management capabilities.
Contents
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Signals and Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Electrical Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Functional Description and Application
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5 Pin-Out and Package Information . . . . . . . . 71
6 Product Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Page
The MC9328MXS (i.MXS) processor features the
advanced and power-efficient ARM920T™ core that
operates at speeds up to 100 MHz. Integrated modules,
which include a USB device and an LCD controller,
support a suite of peripherals to enhance portable
products. It is packaged in a 225-contact MAPBGA
package. Figure 1 shows the functional block diagram of
the i.MXS processor.
Freescale reserves the right to change the detail specifications as may be required to permit improvements in the design of its
products.
© Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., 2006. All rights reserved.
Introduction
Figure 1. i.MXS Functional Block Diagram
1.1
Features
To support a wide variety of applications, the processor offers a robust array of features, including the following:
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ARM920T™ Microprocessor Core
AHB to IP Bus Interfaces (AIPIs)
External Interface Module (EIM)
SDRAM Controller (SDRAMC)
DPLL Clock and Power Control Module
Two Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitters (UART 1 and UART 2)
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
Two General-Purpose 32-bit Counters/Timers
Watchdog Timer
Real-Time Clock/Sampling Timer (RTC)
LCD Controller (LCDC)
Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) Module
Universal Serial Bus (USB) Device
Direct Memory Access Controller (DMAC)
Synchronous Serial Interface and an Inter-IC Sound (SSI/I2S) Module
Inter-IC (I2C) Bus Module
General-Purpose I/O (GPIO) Ports
Bootstrap Mode
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1.2
Power Management Features
Operating Voltage Range: 1.7 V to 1.9 V core, 1.7 V to 3.3 V I/O
225-contact MAPBGA Package
Target Applications
The i.MXS applications processor is designed to meet the needs of medical instrumentation, low-end
PDAs, point-of-sale terminals, security systems and other applications requiring a basic device based on
ARM technology with support for open operating systems. Like other members of the i.MX family, the
i.MXS is designed for high performance and low-power to maximize battery life.
1.3
Ordering Information
Table 1 provides ordering information.
Table 1. i.MXS Ordering Information
1.4
Package Type
Frequency
Temperature
Solderball Type
Order Number
225-contact MAPBGA
100 MHz
0OC to 70OC
Pb-free
MC9328MXSVP10(R2)
-40OC to 85OC
Pb-free
MC9328MXSCVP10(R2)
Conventions
This document uses the following conventions:
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OVERBAR is used to indicate a signal that is active when pulled low: for example, RESET.
Logic level one is a voltage that corresponds to Boolean true (1) state.
Logic level zero is a voltage that corresponds to Boolean false (0) state.
To set a bit or bits means to establish logic level one.
To clear a bit or bits means to establish logic level zero.
A signal is an electronic construct whose state conveys or changes in state convey information.
A pin is an external physical connection. The same pin can be used to connect a number of signals.
Asserted means that a discrete signal is in active logic state.
— Active low signals change from logic level one to logic level zero.
— Active high signals change from logic level zero to logic level one.
Negated means that an asserted discrete signal changes logic state.
— Active low signals change from logic level zero to logic level one.
— Active high signals change from logic level one to logic level zero.
LSB means least significant bit or bits, and MSB means most significant bit or bits. References to
low and high bytes or words are spelled out.
Numbers preceded by a percent sign (%) are binary. Numbers preceded by a dollar sign ($) or 0x
are hexadecimal.
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Signals and Connections
Table 2 identifies and describes the i.MXS processor signals that are assigned to package pins. The signals
are grouped by the internal module that they are connected to.
Table 2. i.MXS Signal Descriptions
Signal Name
Function/Notes
External Bus/Chip-Select (EIM)
A[24:0]
Address bus signals
D[31:0]
Data bus signals
EB0
MSB Byte Strobe—Active low external enable byte signal that controls D [31:24].
EB1
Byte Strobe—Active low external enable byte signal that controls D [23:16].
EB2
Byte Strobe—Active low external enable byte signal that controls D [15:8].
EB3
LSB Byte Strobe—Active low external enable byte signal that controls D [7:0].
OE
Memory Output Enable—Active low output enables external data bus.
CS [5:0]
Chip-Select—The chip-select signals CS [3:2] are multiplexed with CSD [1:0] and are selected by the
Function Multiplexing Control Register (FMCR). By default CSD [1:0] is selected.
ECB
Active low input signal sent by a flash device to the EIM whenever the flash device must terminate an
on-going burst sequence and initiate a new (long first access) burst sequence.
LBA
Active low signal sent by a flash device causing the external burst device to latch the starting burst
address.
BCLK (burst clock)
Clock signal sent to external synchronous memories (such as burst flash) during burst mode.
RW
RW signal—Indicates whether external access is a read (high) or write (low) cycle. Used as a WE input
signal by external DRAM.
DTACK
DTACK signal—The external input data acknowledge signal. When using the external DTACK signal
as a data acknowledge signal, the bus time-out monitor generates a bus error when a bus cycle is not
terminated by the external DTACK signal after 1022 clock counts have elapsed.
Bootstrap
BOOT [3:0]
System Boot Mode Select—The operational system boot mode of the i.MXS processor upon system
reset is determined by the settings of these pins.
SDRAM Controller
SDBA [4:0]
SDRAM non-interleave mode bank address multiplexed with address signals A [15:11]. These signals
are logically equivalent to core address p_addr [25:21] in SDRAM cycles.
SDIBA [3:0]
SDRAM interleave addressing mode bank address multiplexed with address signals A [19:16]. These
signals are logically equivalent to core address p_addr [12:9] in SDRAM cycles.
MA [11:10]
SDRAM address signals
MA [9:0]
SDRAM address signals which are multiplexed with address signals A [10:1]. MA [9:0] are selected on
SDRAM cycles.
DQM [3:0]
SDRAM data enable
CSD0
SDRAM Chip-select signal which is multiplexed with the CS2 signal. These two signals are selectable
by programming the system control register.
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Table 2. i.MXS Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Signal Name
Function/Notes
CSD1
SDRAM Chip-select signal which is multiplexed with CS3 signal. These two signals are selectable by
programming the system control register. By default, CSD1 is selected, so it can be used as boot
chip-select by properly configuring BOOT [3:0] input pins.
RAS
SDRAM Row Address Select signal
CAS
SDRAM Column Address Select signal
SDWE
SDRAM Write Enable signal
SDCKE0
SDRAM Clock Enable 0
SDCKE1
SDRAM Clock Enable 1
SDCLK
SDRAM Clock
RESET_SF
Not Used
Clocks and Resets
EXTAL16M
Crystal input (4 MHz to 16 MHz), or a 16 MHz oscillator input when the internal oscillator circuit is shut
down.
XTAL16M
Crystal output
EXTAL32K
32 kHz crystal input
XTAL32K
32 kHz crystal output
CLKO
Clock Out signal selected from internal clock signals.
RESET_IN
Master Reset—External active low Schmitt trigger input signal. When this signal goes active, all
modules (except the reset module and the clock control module) are reset.
RESET_OUT
Reset Out—Internal active low output signal from the Watchdog Timer module and is asserted from the
following sources: Power-on reset, External reset (RESET_IN), and Watchdog time-out.
POR
Power On Reset—Internal active high Schmitt trigger input signal. The POR signal is normally
generated by an external RC circuit designed to detect a power-up event.
JTAG
TRST
Test Reset Pin—External active low signal used to asynchronously initialize the JTAG controller.
TDO
Serial Output for test instructions and data. Changes on the falling edge of TCK.
TDI
Serial Input for test instructions and data. Sampled on the rising edge of TCK.
TCK
Test Clock to synchronize test logic and control register access through the JTAG port.
TMS
Test Mode Select to sequence the JTAG test controller’s state machine. Sampled on the rising edge of
TCK.
DMA
DMA_REQ
DMA Request—external DMA request signal. Multiplexed with SPI1_SPI_RDY.
BIG_ENDIAN
Big Endian—Input signal that determines the configuration of the external chip-select space. If it is
driven logic-high at reset, the external chip-select space will be configured to big endian. If it is driven
logic-low at reset, the external chip-select space will be configured to little endian. This input must not
change state after power-on reset negates or during chip operation.
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Table 2. i.MXS Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Signal Name
Function/Notes
ETM
ETMTRACESYNC
ETM sync signal which is multiplexed with A24. ETMTRACESYNC is selected in ETM mode.
ETMTRACECLK
ETM clock signal which is multiplexed with A23. ETMTRACECLK is selected in ETM mode.
ETMPIPESTAT [2:0]
ETM status signals which are multiplexed with A [22:20]. ETMPIPESTAT [2:0] are selected in ETM
mode.
ETMTRACEPKT [7:0] ETM packet signals which are multiplexed with ECB, LBA, BCLK (burst clock), PA17, A [19:16].
ETMTRACEPKT [7:0] are selected in ETM mode.
LCD Controller
LD [15:0]
LCD Data Bus—All LCD signals are driven low after reset and when LCD is off.
FLM/VSYNC
Frame Sync or Vsync—This signal also serves as the clock signal output for the gate
driver (dedicated signal SPS for Sharp panel HR-TFT).
LP/HSYNC
Line pulse or H sync
LSCLK
Shift clock
ACD/OE
Alternate crystal direction/output enable.
CONTRAST
This signal is used to control the LCD bias voltage as contrast control.
SPL_SPR
Program horizontal scan direction (Sharp panel dedicated signal).
PS
Control signal output for source driver (Sharp panel dedicated signal).
CLS
Start signal output for gate driver. This signal is an inverted version of PS (Sharp panel dedicated
signal).
REV
Signal for common electrode driving signal preparation (Sharp panel dedicated signal).
SPI 1
SPI1_MOSI
Master Out/Slave In
SPI1_MISO
Slave In/Master Out
SPI1_SS
Slave Select (Selectable polarity)
SPI1_SCLK
Serial Clock
SPI1_SPI_RDY
Serial Data Ready
General Purpose Timers
TIN
Timer Input Capture or Timer Input Clock—The signal on this input is applied to both timers
simultaneously.
TMR2OUT
Timer 2 Output
USB Device
USBD_VMO
USB Minus Output
USBD_VPO
USB Plus Output
USBD_VM
USB Minus Input
USBD_VP
USB Plus Input
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Table 2. i.MXS Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Signal Name
Function/Notes
USBD_SUSPND
USB Suspend Output
USBD_RCV
USB Receive Data
USBD_ROE
USB OE
USBD_AFE
USB Analog Front End Enable
UARTs – IrDA/Auto-Bauding
UART1_RXD
Receive Data
UART1_TXD
Transmit Data
UART1_RTS
Request to Send
UART1_CTS
Clear to Send
UART2_RXD
Receive Data
UART2_TXD
Transmit Data
UART2_RTS
Request to Send
UART2_CTS
Clear to Send
UART2_DSR
Data Set Ready
UART2_RI
Ring Indicator
UART2_DCD
Data Carrier Detect
UART2_DTR
Data Terminal Ready
Serial Audio Port – SSI (configurable to I2S protocol)
SSI_TXDAT
Transmit Data
SSI_RXDAT
Receive Data
SSI_TXCLK
Transmit Serial Clock
SSI_RXCLK
Receive Serial Clock
SSI_TXFS
Transmit Frame Sync
SSI_RXFS
Receive Frame Sync
I2C
I2C_SCL
I2C Clock
I2C_SDA
I2C Data
PWM
PWMO
PWM Output
Test Function
TRISTATE
Forces all I/O signals to high impedance for test purposes. For normal operation, terminate this input
with a 1 k ohm resistor to ground. (TRI-STATE® is a registered trademark of National Semiconductor.)
General Purpose Input/Output
PA[14:3]
Dedicated GPIO
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Table 2. i.MXS Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Signal Name
PB[13:8]
Function/Notes
Dedicated GPIO
Digital Supply Pins
NVDD
Digital Supply for the I/O pins
NVSS
Digital Ground for the I/O pins
Supply Pins – Analog Modules
AVDD
Supply for analog blocks
Internal Power Supply
QVDD
Power supply pins for silicon internal circuitry
QVSS
Ground pins for silicon internal circuitry
2.1
I/O Pads Power Supply and Signal Multiplexing Scheme
This section describes detailed information about both the power supply for each I/O pin and its function
multiplexing scheme. The user can reference information provided in Table 6 on page 17 to configure the
power supply scheme for each device in the system (memory and external peripherals). The function
multiplexing information also shown in Table 6 allows the user to select the function of each pin by
configuring the appropriate GPIO registers when those pins are multiplexed to provide different functions.
Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD1
D2
A24
O
NVDD1
C1
D31
I/O
NVDD1
D1
A23
O
NVDD1
E3
D30
I/O
NVDD1
E2
A22
O
NVDD1
E4
D29
I/O
NVDD1
E1
A21
O
NVDD1
F3
D28
I/O
NVDD1
F1
A20
O
NVDD1
F4
D27
I/O
NVDD1
F2
A19
O
NVDD1
G3
D26
I/O
Alternate
PullUp
GPIO
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Signal
Dir
Mux
Pull
-Up
ETMTRAC
ESYNC
O
PA0
69K
ETMTRAC
ECLK
O
PA31
69K
A23
ETMPIPE
STAT2
O
PA30
69K
A22
ETMPIPE
STAT1
O
PA29
69K
A21
ETMPIPE
STAT0
O
PA28
69K
A20
ETMTRAC
EPKT3
O
PA27
69K
A19
Reser
ved
A24
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD1
G2
A18
O
NVDD1
G4
D25
I/O
NVDD1
G1
A17
O
NVDD1
H4
D24
I/O
NVDD1
H2
A16
O
NVDD1
H3
D23
I/O
NVDD1
H1
A15
O
NVDD1
H5
D22
I/O
NVDD1
J1
A14
O
NVDD1
J3
D21
I/O
NVDD1
K1
A13
O
NVDD1
J4
D20
I/O
NVDD1
J2
A12
O
NVDD1
K4
D19
I/O
NVDD1
K2
A11
O
NVDD1
L4
D18
I/O
NVDD1
L1
A10
O
NVDD1
L3
D17
I/O
NVDD1
L2
A9
O
NVDD1
M1
D16
I/O
NVDD1
N1
A8
O
NVDD1
M2
D15
I/O
NVDD1
N2
A7
O
NVDD1
P1
D14
I/O
NVDD1
R1
A6
O
NVDD1
M3
D13
I/O
NVDD1
P2
A5
O
NVDD1
N3
D12
I/O
NVDD1
P3
A4
O
NVDD1
R2
D11
I/O
NVDD1
N4
EB0
O
NVDD1
M4
D10
I/O
NVDD1
P4
A3
O
NVDD1
R3
EB1
O
NVDD1
N5
D9
I/O
NVDD1
R4
EB2
O
Alternate
PullUp
GPIO
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Signal
Dir
Mux
Pull
-Up
ETMTRAC
EPKT2
O
PA26
69K
A18
ETMTRAC
EPKT1
O
PA25
69K
A17
ETMTRAC
EPKT0
O
PA24
69K
A16
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
69K
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD1
P5
A2
O
NVDD1
M5
EB3
O
NVDD1
N6
D8
I/O
NVDD1
R5
OE
O
NVDD1
P6
A1
O
NVDD1
L7
CS5
O
NVDD1
R6
D7
I/O
NVDD1
M7
CS4
O
NVDD1
R7
A0
O
NVDD1
N7
CS3
O
NVDD1
P7
D6
I/O
NVDD1
K3
CS2
O
NVDD1
R8
SDCLK
O
NVDD1
M8
CS1
O
NVDD1
N8
CS0
O
NVDD1
P8
D5
I/O
NVDD1
L9
ECB
I
NVDD1
R9
D4
I/O
NVDD1
R10
LBA
O
NVDD1
R11
D3
I/O
NVDD1
M9
BCLK
NVDD1
L8
D2
NVDD1
N9
PA17
I/O
NVDD1
K10
D1
NVDD1
M10
RW
I/O
NVDD1
P10
MA11
O
NVDD1
P9
MA10
O
NVDD1
N10
D0
I/O
NVDD1
R12
DQM3
O
NVDD1
N11
DQM2
O
NVDD1
P11
DQM1
O
NVDD1
N12
DQM0
O
NVDD1
P12
RAS
O
NVDD1
R13
CAS
O
NVDD1
R14
SDWE
O
Alternate
PullUp
Signal
Dir
GPIO
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Mux
Pull
-Up
PA23
69K
PA23
PA22
69K
PA22
PA21
69K
A0
69K
69K
CSD1
CSD1
CSD0
CSD0
69K
69K
ETMTRAC
EPKT7
PA20
69K
ECB
ETMTRAC
EPKT6
PA19
69K
LBA
ETMTRAC
EPKT5
PA18
69K
BCLK
ETMTRAC
EPKT4
PA17
69K
69K
69K
69K
Reser
ved
DTACK
PA17
69K
69K
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD1
N13
SDCKE0
O
NVDD1
P13
SDCKE1
O
NVDD1
P15
RESET_S
F
O
NVDD1
P14
CLKO
O
AVDD1
R15
AVDD1
Static
QVDD2
M13
QVDD2
Static
AVDD1
N15
TRST
I
AVDD1
N14
TRISTATE
I
Alternate
PullUp
Signal
Dir
GPIO
Mux
Pull
-Up
PA16
69K
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
69K
1
AVDD1
M15
EXTAL16
M
I
AVDD1
L14
XTAL16M
O
AVDD1
L15
EXTAL32
K
I
AVDD1
K15
XTAL32K
O
AVDD1
M14
RESET_I
I
69K
N2
AVDD1
K14
RESET_O
UT
O
AVDD1
L12
POR2
I
AVDD1
K13
BIG_ENDI
I
AN3
AVDD1
M12
BOOT33
I
AVDD1
K11
BOOT23
I
AVDD1
J14
BOOT13
I
AVDD1
J15
BOOT03
I
NVDD2
J13
TDO4
O
NVDD2
H15
TMS
I
69K
NVDD2
J12
TCK
I
69K
NVDD2
K12
TDI
I
69K
NVDD2
J11
I2C_SCL
O
NVDD2
H14
I2C_SDA
I/O
PA15
69K
PA15
NVDD2
H13
Reserved
I
PA14
69K
PA14
NVDD2
G14
Reserved
I
PA13
69K
PA13
NVDD2
H12
Reserved
I
PA12
69K
PA12
NVDD2
G13
Reserved
I
PA11
69K
PA11
NVDD2
J10
Reserved
I
PA10
69K
PA10
NVDD2
G15
Reserved
I
PA9
69K
PA9
PA16
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
Alternate
GPIO
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD2
F15
Reserved
NVDD2
G12
NVDD2
F14
NVDD2
H11
Reserved
I
PA5
69K
PA5
NVDD2
E14
Reserved
I
PA4
69K
PA4
NVDD2
E15
Reserved
O
PA3
69K
PA3
NVDD2
G11
PWMO
O
PA2
69K
PA2
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Mux
Pull
-Up
I
PA8
69K
PA8
Reserved
I
PA7
69K
PA7
Reserved
I
PA6
69K
PA6
PullUp
Signal
Dir
NVDD2
E13
TIN
I
PA1
69K
NVDD2
D14
TMR2OUT
O
PD31
69K
Reserved
NVDD2
F13
LD15
O
PD30
69K
PD30
NVDD2
F12
LD14
O
PD29
69K
PD29
NVDD2
D15
LD13
O
PD28
69K
PD28
NVDD2
C14
LD12
O
PD27
69K
PD27
NVDD2
D13
LD11
O
PD26
69K
PD26
NVDD2
E12
LD10
O
PD25
69K
PD25
NVDD2
C13
LD9
O
PD24
69K
PD24
NVDD2
C12
LD8
O
PD23
69K
PD23
NVDD2
B15
LD7
O
PD22
69K
PD22
NVDD2
B14
LD6
O
PD21
69K
PD21
NVDD2
A15
LD5
O
PD20
69K
PD20
NVDD2
A14
LD4
O
PD19
69K
PD19
NVDD2
B13
LD3
O
PD18
69K
PD18
NVDD2
A13
LD2
O
PD17
69K
PD17
NVDD2
D12
LD1
O
PD16
69K
PD16
NVDD2
B12
LD0
O
PD15
69K
PD15
NVDD2
C11
FLM/VSY
NC
O
PD14
69K
PD14
NVDD2
D11
LP/HSYN
C
O
PD13
69K
PD13
NVDD2
E11
ACD/OE
O
PD12
69K
PD12
NVDD2
C10
CONTRA
ST
O
PD11
69K
PD11
NVDD2
B11
SPL_SPR
O
UART2_D
SR
O
PD10
69K
NVDD2
A12
PS
O
UART2_RI
O
PD9
69K
NVDD2
F10
CLS
O
UART2_D
CD
O
PD8
69K
Reser
ved
PD8
NVDD2
A11
REV
O
UART2_D
TR
I
PD7
69K
Reser
ved
PD7
Reser
ved
PA1
PD31
Reser
ved
PD10
Reserved
PD9
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD2
B10
LSCLK
NVDD3
D10
NVDD3
E10
Alternate
GPIO
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Mux
Pull
-Up
O
PD6
69K
PD6
SPI1_MO
SI
I/O
PC17
69K
PC17
SPI1_MIS
O
I/O
PC16
69K
PC16
PullUp
Signal
Dir
NVDD3
B9
SPI1_SS
I/O
PC15
69K
PC15
NVDD3
A10
SPI1_SCL
K
I/O
PC14
69K
PC14
NVDD3
A9
SPI1_SPI
_RDY
I/O
PC13
69K
NVDD3
E8
UART1_R
XD
I
PC12
69K
PC12
NVDD3
B8
UART1_T
XD
O
PC11
69K
PC11
NVDD3
C9
UART1_R
TS
I
PC10
69K
PC10
NVDD3
E9
UART1_C
TS
O
PC9
69K
PC9
NVDD3
A8
SSI_TXCL
K
I/O
PC8
69K
PC8
NVDD3
C8
SSI_TXFS
I/O
PC7
69K
PC7
NVDD3
F9
SSI_TXDA
T
O
PC6
69K
PC6
NVDD3
B7
SSI_RXD
AT
I
PC5
69K
PC5
NVDD3
F8
SSI_RXCL
K
I
PC4
69K
PC4
NVDD3
A7
SSI_RXFS
I
PC3
69K
PC3
NVDD4
C7
UART2_R
XD
I
PB31
69K
PB31
NVDD4
D8
UART2_T
XD
O
PB30
69K
PB30
NVDD4
E7
UART2_R
TS
I
PB29
69K
PB29
NVDD4
F7
UART2_C
TS
O
PB28
69K
PB28
NVDD4
B6
USBD_VM
O
O
PB27
69K
PB27
NVDD4
C6
USBD_VP
O
O
PB26
69K
PB26
NVDD4
A6
USBD_VM
I
PB25
69K
PB25
NVDD4
D6
USBD_VP
I
PB24
69K
PB24
NVDD4
A5
USBD_SU
SPND
O
PB23
69K
PB23
DMA_REQ
PC13
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Signals and Connections
Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
NVDD4
Primary
Alternate
GPIO
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
Mux
Pull
-Up
I/O
PB22
69K
PB22
USBD_RO
E
O
PB21
69K
PB21
B4
USBD_AF
E
O
PB20
69K
PB20
NVDD4
A3
PB19
I/O
69K
PB19
NVDD4
C4
PB18
I/O
69K
PB18
NVDD4
D4
PB17
O
69K
PB17
NVDD4
B3
PB16
I
69K
PB16
NVDD4
A2
PB15
I
69K
PB15
NVDD4
C3
PB14
I
69K
PB14
NVDD4
A1
Reserved
I/O
Reserved
PB13
69K
PB13
NVDD4
B2
Reserved
O
Reserved
PB12
69K
PB12
NVDD4
B1
Reserved
I/O
Reserved
PB11
69K
(pull
down)
PB11
NVDD4
C5
Reserved
I/O
Reserved
PB10
69K
PB10
NVDD4
D3
Reserved
I/O
Reserved
PB9
69K
PB9
NVDD4
C2
Reserved
I/O
Reserved
PB8
69K
PB8
NVDD1
D5
NVDD1
Static
G6
NVSS
Static
Signal
Dir
B5
USBD_RC
V
NVDD4
A4
NVDD4
NVDD1
QVDD1
NVDD1
NVDD1
NVDD1
NVDD1
NVDD1
NVDD1
E5
NVDD1
Static
H6
NVSS
Static
J8
QVDD1
Static
E6
QVSS
Static
F5
NVDD
Static
J6
NVSS
Static
G5
NVDD1
Static
K6
NVSS
Static
J5
NVDD1
Static
H7
NVSS
Static
K5
NVDD1
Static
J7
NVSS
Static
L5
NVDD1
Static
G8
NVSS
Static
L5
NVDD1
Static
H8
NVSS
Static
K7
QVSS
Static
PullUp
Signal
Dir
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Table 3. MC9328MXS Signal Multiplexing Scheme (Continued)
Primary
I/O Supply
Voltage
225
BGA
Ball
Signal
Dir
NVDD2
H10
NVDD2
Static
G9
NVSS
Static
F11
QVDD3
Static
G10
QVSS
Static
C15
NVDD2
Static
H9
NVSS
Static
D7
QVDD4
Static
L13
QVSS
Static
D9
NVDD3
Static
J9
NVSS
Static
K9
NVSS
Static
QVDD3
NVDD2
QVDD4
NVDD3
NVDD4
G7
NVDD4
Static
NVDD1
F6
NVDD1
Static
NVDD1
L6
NVDD1
Static
NVDD1
M6
NVDD1
Static
NVDD1
K8
NVDD1
Static
L10
NVSS
Static
L11
NVSS
Static
M11
NVSS
Static
Alternate
PullUp
Signal
Dir
GPIO
Mux
Pull
-Up
AIN
BIN
AOUT
Default
1
Pull down this input with 1KΩ resistor to GND.
External circuit required to drive this input.
3 Tie this input high (to AVDD) or pull down with 1KΩ resistor to GND.
4 Pull up this output with a resistor to NVDD2.
2
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3
Electrical Characteristics
This section contains the electrical specifications and timing diagrams for the i.MXS processor.
3.1
Maximum Ratings
Table 4 provides information on maximum ratings which are those values beyond which damage to the
device may occur. Functional operation should be restricted to the limits listed in Recommended Operating
Range Table 5 on page 17 or the DC Characteristics table.
Table 4. Maximum Ratings
Symbol
Rating
Minimum
Maximum
Unit
NVDD
DC I/O Supply Voltage
-0.3
3.3
V
QVDD
DC Internal (core = 100 MHz) Supply Voltage
-0.3
1.9
V
AVDD
DC Analog Supply Voltage
-0.3
3.3
V
DC Bluetooth Supply Voltage
-0.3
3.3
V
BTRFVDD
VESD_HBM
ESD immunity with HBM (human body model)
–
2000
V
VESD_MM
ESD immunity with MM (machine model)
–
100
V
Latch-up immunity
–
200
mA
ILatchup
Test
Storage temperature
-55
150
°C
Pmax
Power Consumption
8001
13002
mW
1
A typical application with 30 pads simultaneously switching assumes the GPIO toggling and instruction fetches from the ARM®
core-that is, 7x GPIO, 15x Data bus, and 8x Address bus.
2 A worst-case application with 70 pads simultaneously switching assumes the GPIO toggling and instruction fetches from the
ARM core-that is, 32x GPIO, 30x Data bus, 8x Address bus. These calculations are based on the core running its heaviest OS
application at 100MHz, and where the whole image is running out of SDRAM. QVDD at 1.9V, NVDD and AVDD at 3.3V,
therefore, 180mA is the worst measurement recorded in the factory environment, max 5mA is consumed for OSC pads, with
each toggle GPIO consuming 4mA.
3.2
Recommended Operating Range
Table 5 provides the recommended operating ranges for the supply voltages and temperatures. The i.MXS
processor has multiple pairs of VDD and VSS power supply and return pins. QVDD and QVSS pins are
used for internal logic. All other VDD and VSS pins are for the I/O pads voltage supply, and each pair of
VDD and VSS provides power to the enclosed I/O pads. This design allows different peripheral supply
voltage levels in a system.
Because AVDD pins are supply voltages to the analog pads, it is recommended to isolate and noise-filter
the AVDD pins from other VDD pins.
For more information about I/O pads grouping per VDD, please refer to Table 2 on page 4.
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Table 5. Recommended Operating Range
Symbol
Rating
Minimum
Maximum
Unit
TA
Operating temperature range
MC9328MXSVP10
0
70
°C
TA
Operating temperature range
MC9328MXSCVP10
-40
85
°C
NVDD
I/O supply voltage (if using SPI, LCD, and USBd which are only 3 V
interfaces)
2.70
3.30
V
NVDD
I/O supply voltage (if not using the peripherals listed above)
1.70
3.30
V
QVDD
Internal supply voltage (Core = 100 MHz)
1.70
1.90
V
AVDD
Analog supply voltage
1.70
3.30
V
3.3
Power Sequence Requirements
For required power-up and power-down sequencing, please refer to the “Power-Up Sequence” section of
application note AN2537 on the i.MX applications processor website.
3.4
DC Electrical Characteristics
Table 6 contains both maximum and minimum DC characteristics of the i.MXS processor.
Table 6. Maximum and Minimum DC Characteristics
Number or
Symbol
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
Full running operating current at 1.8V for QVDD, 3.3V for
NVDD/AVDD (Core = 96 MHz, System = 96 MHz, driving
TFT display panel, and OS with MMU enabled memory
system is running on external SDRAM).
–
QVDD at
1.8V = 120mA;
NVDD+AVDD at
3.0V = 30mA
–
mA
Sidd1
Standby current
(Core = 100 MHz, QVDD = 1.8V, temp = 25°C)
–
25
–
μA
Sidd2
Standby current
(Core = 100 MHz, QVDD = 1.8V, temp = 55°C)
–
45
–
μA
Sidd3
Standby current
(Core = 100 MHz, QVDD = 1.9V, temp = 25°C)
–
35
–
μA
Sidd4
Standby current
(Core = 100 MHz, QVDD = 1.9V, temp = 55°C)
–
60
–
μA
Iop
Parameter
VIH
Input high voltage
0.7VDD
–
Vdd+0.2
V
VIL
Input low voltage
–
–
0.4
V
VOH
Output high voltage (IOH = 2.0 mA)
0.7VDD
–
Vdd
V
VOL
Output low voltage (IOL = -2.5 mA)
–
–
0.4
V
Input low leakage current
(VIN = GND, no pull-up or pull-down)
–
–
±1
μA
IIL
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Table 6. Maximum and Minimum DC Characteristics (Continued)
Number or
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
–
–
±1
μA
IIH
Input high leakage current
(VIN = VDD, no pull-up or pull-down)
IOH
Output high current
(VOH = 0.8VDD, VDD = 1.8V)
4.0
–
–
mA
IOL
Output low current
(VOL = 0.4V, VDD = 1.8V)
-4.0
–
–
mA
IOZ
Output leakage current
(Vout = VDD, output is high impedance)
–
–
±5
μA
Ci
Input capacitance
–
–
5
pF
Co
Output capacitance
–
–
5
pF
3.5
AC Electrical Characteristics
The AC characteristics consist of output delays, input setup and hold times, and signal skew times. All
signals are specified relative to an appropriate edge of other signals. All timing specifications are specified
at a system operating frequency from 0 MHz to 96 MHz (core operating frequency 100 MHz) with an
operating supply voltage from VDD min to VDD max under an operating temperature from TL to TH. All
timing is measured at 30 pF loading.
Table 7. Tristate Signal Timing
Pin
TRISTATE
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Unit
–
20.8
ns
Time from TRISTATE activate until I/O becomes Hi-Z
Table 8. 32k/16M Oscillator Signal Timing
Parameter
EXTAL32k input jitter (peak to peak)
EXTAL32k startup time
EXTAL16M input jitter (peak to peak) 1
EXTAL16M startup time 1
1
4
Minimum
RMS
Maximum
Unit
–
5
20
ns
800
–
–
ms
–
TBD
TBD
–
TBD
–
–
–
The 16 MHz oscillator is not recommended for use in new designs.
Functional Description and Application Information
This section provides the electrical information including and timing diagrams for the individual modules
of the i.MXS.
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4.1
Embedded Trace Macrocell
All registers in the ETM9 are programmed through a JTAG interface. The interface is an extension of the
ARM920T processor’s TAP controller, and is assigned scan chain 6. The scan chain consists of a 40-bit
shift register comprised of the following:
• 32-bit data field
• 7-bit address field
• A read/write bit
The data to be written is scanned into the 32-bit data field, the address of the register into the 7-bit address
field, and a 1 into the read/write bit.
A register is read by scanning its address into the address field and a 0 into the read/write bit. The 32-bit
data field is ignored. A read or a write takes place when the TAP controller enters the UPDATE-DR state.
The timing diagram for the ETM9 is shown in Figure 2. See Table 9 for the ETM9 timing parameters used
in Figure 2.
2a
1
2b
3a
TRACECLK
3b
TRACECLK
(Half-Rate Clocking Mode)
Valid Data
Output Trace Port
Valid Data
4a
4b
Figure 2. Trace Port Timing Diagram
Table 9. Trace Port Timing Diagram Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
1
CLK frequency
0
85
0
100
MHz
2a
Clock high time
1.3
–
2
–
ns
2b
Clock low time
3
–
2
–
ns
3a
Clock rise time
–
4
–
3
ns
3b
Clock fall time
–
3
–
3
ns
4a
Output hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
4b
Output setup time
3.42
–
3
–
ns
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4.2
DPLL Timing Specifications
Parameters of the DPLL are given in Table 10. In this table, Tref is a reference clock period after the
pre-divider and Tdck is the output double clock period.
Table 10. DPLL Specifications
Parameter
Test Conditions
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Unit
5
–
100
MHz
5
–
30
MHz
DPLL input clock freq range
Vcc = 1.8V
Pre-divider output clock
freq range
Vcc = 1.8V
DPLL output clock freq range
Vcc = 1.8V
80
–
220
MHz
Pre-divider factor (PD)
–
1
–
16
–
Total multiplication factor (MF)
Includes both integer and fractional parts
5
–
15
–
MF integer part
–
5
–
15
–
MF numerator
Should be less than the denominator
0
–
1022
–
MF denominator
–
1
–
1023
–
Pre-multiplier lock-in time
–
–
–
312.5
μsec
Freq lock-in time after
full reset
FOL mode for non-integer MF
(does not include pre-multi lock-in time)
250
280
(56 μs)
300
Tref
Freq lock-in time after
partial reset
FOL mode for non-integer MF (does not
include pre-multi lock-in time)
220
250
(50 μs)
270
Tref
Phase lock-in time after
full reset
FPL mode and integer MF (does not include
pre-multi lock-in time)
300
350
(70 μs)
400
Tref
Phase lock-in time after
partial reset
FPL mode and integer MF (does not include
pre-multi lock-in time)
270
320
(64 μs)
370
Tref
Freq jitter (p-p)
–
–
0.005
(0.01%)
0.01
2•Tdck
Phase jitter (p-p)
Integer MF, FPL mode, Vcc=1.8V
–
1.0
(10%)
1.5
ns
Power supply voltage
–
1.7
–
2.5
V
Power dissipation
FOL mode, integer MF,
fdck = 100 MHz, Vcc = 1.8V
–
–
4
mW
4.3
Reset Module
The timing relationships of the Reset module with the POR and RESET_IN are shown in Figure 3 and
Figure 4.
NOTE
Be aware that NVDD must ramp up to at least 1.8V before QVDD is powered up
to prevent forward biasing.
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90% AVDD
1
10% AVDD
POR
2
RESET_POR
Exact 300ms
3
7 cycles @ CLK32
RESET_DRAM
4
HRESET
14 cycles @ CLK32
RESET_OUT
CLK32
HCLK
Figure 3. Timing Relationship with POR
5
RESET_IN
14 cycles @ CLK32
HRESET
RESET_OUT
4
6
CLK32
HCLK
Figure 4. Timing Relationship with RESET_IN
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Table 11. Reset Module Timing Parameter Table
Ref
No.
1
1.8 ± 0.1 V
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Min
Max
Min
Max
note1
–
note1
–
–
300
300
300
300
ms
1
Width of input POWER_ON_RESET
2
Width of internal POWER_ON_RESET
(CLK32 at 32 kHz)
3
7K to 32K-cycle stretcher for SDRAM reset
7
7
7
7
Cycles of
CLK32
4
14K to 32K-cycle stretcher for internal system reset
HRESERT and output reset at pin RESET_OUT
14
14
14
14
Cycles of
CLK32
5
Width of external hard-reset RESET_IN
4
–
4
–
Cycles of
CLK32
6
4K to 32K-cycle qualifier
4
4
4
4
Cycles of
CLK32
POR width is dependent on the 32 or 32.768 kHz crystal oscillator start-up time. Design margin should allow for crystal
tolerance, i.MX chip variations, temperature impact, and supply voltage influence. Through the process of supplying crystals
for use with CMOS oscillators, crystal manufacturers have developed a working knowledge of start-up time of their crystals.
Typically, start-up times range from 400 ms to 1.2 seconds for this type of crystal.
If an external stable clock source (already running) is used instead of a crystal, the width of POR should be ignored in
calculating timing for the start-up process.
4.4
External Interface Module
The External Interface Module (EIM) handles the interface to devices external to the i.MXS processor,
including the generation of chip-selects for external peripherals and memory. The timing diagram for the
EIM is shown in Figure 5, and Table 12 defines the parameters of signals.
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(HCLK) Bus Clock
1a
1b
2a
2b
3a
3b
Address
Chip-select
Read (Write)
4a
OE (rising edge)
4b
4c
OE (falling edge)
4d
5a
EB (rising edge)
5b
5c
EB (falling edge)
5d
6a
LBA (negated falling edge)
6b
6a
LBA (negated rising edge)
6c
7a
BCLK (burst clock) - rising edge
7b
7c
7d
BCLK (burst clock) - falling edge
8b
Read Data
9a
8a
9b
Write Data (negated falling)
9a
9c
Write Data (negated rising)
10a
DTACK_B
10a
Figure 5. EIM Bus Timing Diagram
Table 12. EIM Bus Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Min
Typical
Max
Min
Typical
Max
1a
Clock fall to address valid
2.48
3.31
9.11
2.4
3.2
8.8
ns
1b
Clock fall to address invalid
1.55
2.48
5.69
1.5
2.4
5.5
ns
2a
Clock fall to chip-select valid
2.69
3.31
7.87
2.6
3.2
7.6
ns
2b
Clock fall to chip-select invalid
1.55
2.48
6.31
1.5
2.4
6.1
ns
3a
Clock fall to Read (Write) Valid
1.35
2.79
6.52
1.3
2.7
6.3
ns
3b
Clock fall to Read (Write) Invalid
1.86
2.59
6.11
1.8
2.5
5.9
ns
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Table 12. EIM Bus Timing Parameter Table (Continued)
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
4a
Unit
Clock1 rise to Output Enable Valid
1
Min
Typical
Max
Min
Typical
Max
2.32
2.62
6.85
2.3
2.6
6.8
ns
4b
Clock rise to Output Enable Invalid
2.11
2.52
6.55
2.1
2.5
6.5
ns
4c
Clock1 fall to Output Enable Valid
2.38
2.69
7.04
2.3
2.6
6.8
ns
1
4d
Clock fall to Output Enable Invalid
2.17
2.59
6.73
2.1
2.5
6.5
ns
5a
Clock1 rise to Enable Bytes Valid
1.91
2.52
5.54
1.9
2.5
5.5
ns
1
5b
Clock rise to Enable Bytes Invalid
1.81
2.42
5.24
1.8
2.4
5.2
ns
5c
Clock1 fall to Enable Bytes Valid
1.97
2.59
5.69
1.9
2.5
5.5
ns
5d
Clock1
1.76
2.48
5.38
1.7
2.4
5.2
ns
6a
Clock1 fall to Load Burst Address Valid
2.07
2.79
6.73
2.0
2.7
6.5
ns
6b
Clock1
1.97
2.79
6.83
1.9
2.7
6.6
ns
6c
Clock1 rise to Load Burst Address Invalid
1.91
2.62
6.45
1.9
2.6
6.4
ns
7a
Clock1
1.61
2.62
5.64
1.6
2.6
5.6
ns
7b
Clock1rise to Burst Clock fall
1.61
2.62
5.84
1.6
2.6
5.8
ns
7c
Clock1
1.55
2.48
5.59
1.5
2.4
5.4
ns
7d
Clock1 fall to Burst Clock fall
1.55
2.59
5.80
1.5
2.5
5.6
ns
8a
Read Data setup time
5.54
–
–
5.5
–
–
ns
8b
Read Data hold time
0
–
–
0
–
–
ns
9a
Clock1
1.81
2.72
6.85
1.8
2.7
6.8
ns
9b
Clock1 fall to Write Data Invalid
1.45
2.48
5.69
1.4
2.4
5.5
ns
9c
Clock1
1.63
–
–
1.62
–
–
ns
2.52
–
–
2.5
–
–
ns
10a
1
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
fall to Enable Bytes Invalid
fall to Load Burst Address Invalid
rise to Burst Clock rise
fall to Burst Clock rise
rise to Write Data Valid
rise to Write Data Invalid
DTACK setup time
Clock refers to the system clock signal, HCLK, generated from the System DPLL
4.4.1
DTACK Signal Description
The DTACK signal is the external input data acknowledge signal. When using the external DTACK signal
as a data acknowledge signal, the bus time-out monitor generates a bus error when a bus cycle is not
terminated by the external DTACK signal after 1022 HCLK counts have elapsed. Only the CS5 group
supports DTACK signal function when the external DTACK signal is used for data acknowledgement.
4.4.2
DTACK Signal Timing
Figure 6 through Figure 9 show the access cycle timing used by chip-select 5. The signal values and units
of measure for this figure are found in the associated tables.
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4.4.2.1
WAIT Read Cycle without DMA
3
Address
2
8
CS5
1
9
programmable
min 0ns
EB
5
OE
4
WAIT
7
DATABUS
(input to i.MXS)
10
6
11
Figure 6. WAIT Read Cycle without DMA
Table 13. WAIT Read Cycle without DMA: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
See note 2
–
ns
3T
–
ns
1
OE and EB assertion time
2
CS5 pulse width
3
OE negated to address inactive
56.81
57.28
ns
4
Wait asserted after OE asserted
–
1020T
ns
5
Wait asserted to OE negated
2T+1.57
3T+7.33
ns
6
Data hold timing after OE negated
T-1.49
–
ns
7
Data ready after wait asserted
0
T
ns
8
OE negated to CS negated
1.5T-0.68
1.5T-0.06
ns
9
OE negated after EB negated
0.06
0.18
ns
10
Become low after CS5 asserted
0
1019T
ns
11
Wait pulse width
1T
1020T
ns
Note:
1. T is the system clock period. (For 96 MHz system clock, T=10.42 ns)
2. OE and EB assertion time is programmable by OEA bit in CS5L register. EB assertion in read cycle will occur only when
EBC bit in CS5L register is clear.
3. Address becomes valid and CS asserts at the start of read access cycle.
4. The external wait input requirement is eliminated when CS5 is programmed to use internal wait state.
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4.4.2.2
WAIT Read Cycle DMA Enabled
4
Address
2
9
CS5
1
EB
10
programmable
min 0ns
3
6
OE
RW (logic high)
5
WAIT
7
11
S
8
DATABUS
12
Figure 7. DTACK WAIT Read Cycle DMA Enabled
Table 14. DTACK WAIT Read Cycle DMA Enabled: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
See note 2
–
ns
3T
–
ns
1.5T-0.68
1.5T-0.06
ns
1
OE and EB assertion time
2
CS pulse width
3
OE negated before CS5 is negated
4
Address inactived before CS negated
–
0.05
ns
5
Wait asserted after CS5 asserted
–
1020T
ns
6
Wait asserted to OE negated
2T+1.57
3T+7.33
ns
7
Data hold timing after OE negated
T-1.49
–
ns
8
Data ready after wait is asserted
–
T
ns
9
CS deactive to next CS active
T
–
ns
10
OE negate after EB negate
0.06
0.18
ns
11
Wait becomes low after CS5 asserted
0
1019T
ns
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Table 14. DTACK WAIT Read Cycle DMA Enabled: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz (Continued)
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
12
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
1T
1020T
Wait pulse width
ns
Note:
1. T is the system clock period. (For 96 MHz system clock, T=10.42 ns)
2. OE and EB assertion time is programmable by OEA bit in CS5L register. EB assertion in read cycle will occur only when
EBC bit in CS5L register is clear.
3. Address becomes valid and CS asserts at the start of read access cycle.
4. The external wait input requirement is eliminated when CS5 is programmed to use internal wait state.
4.4.2.3
WAIT Write Cycle without DMA
5
Address
1
3
programmable
min 0ns
CS5
2
10
programmable
min 0ns
EB
4
7
RW
OE (logic high)
6
WAIT
DATABUS
from i.MXS
11
9
8
12
Figure 8. WAIT Write Cycle without DMA
Table 15. WAIT Write Cycle without DMA: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
1
CS5 assertion time
See note 2
–
ns
2
EB assertion time
See note 2
–
ns
3
CS5 pulse width
3T
–
ns
4
RW negated before CS5 is negated
2.5T-3.63
2.5T-1.16
ns
5
RW negated to Address inactive
64.22
–
ns
6
Wait asserted after CS5 asserted
–
1020T
ns
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Table 15. WAIT Write Cycle without DMA: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz (Continued)
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
7
Wait asserted to RW negated
T+2.66
2T+7.96
ns
8
Data hold timing after RW negated
2T+0.03
–
ns
9
Data ready after CS5 is asserted
–
T
ns
10
EB negated after CS5 is negated
0.5T
0.5T+0.5
ns
11
Wait becomes low after CS5 asserted
0
1019T
ns
12
Wait pulse width
1T
1020T
ns
Note:
1. T is the system clock period. (For 96 MHz system clock, T=10.42 ns)
2. CS5 assertion can be controlled by CSA bits. EB assertion can also be programmable by WEA bits in CS5L register.
3. Address becomes valid and RW asserts at the start of write access cycle.
4. The external wait input requirement is eliminated when CS5 is programmed to use internal wait state.
4.4.2.4
WAIT Write Cycle DMA Enabled
5
Address
1
CS5
3
programmable
min 0ns
10
2
EB
11
programmable
min 0ns
7
4
RW
6
OE (logic high)
12
WAIT
9
13
8
DATABUS
S
Figure 9. WAIT Write Cycle DMA Enabled
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Table 16. WAIT Write Cycle DMA Enabled: WSC = 111111, DTACK_SEL=1, HCLK=96MHz
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Number
Characteristic
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
1
CS5 assertion time
See note 2
–
ns
2
EB assertion time
See note 2
–
ns
3
CS5 pulse width
3T
–
ns
4
RW negated before CS5 is negated
2.5T-3.63
2.5T-1.16
ns
5
Address inactived after CS negated
–
0.09
ns
6
Wait asserted after CS5 asserted
–
1020T
ns
7
Wait asserted to RW negated
T+2.66
2T+7.96
ns
8
Data hold timing after RW negated
2T+0.03
–
ns
9
Data ready after CS5 is asserted
–
T
ns
10
CS deactive to next CS active
T
–
ns
11
EB negate after CS negate
0.5T
0.5T+0.5
12
Wait becomes low after CS5 asserted
0
1019T
ns
13
Wait pulse width
1T
1020T
ns
Note:
1. T is the system clock period. (For 96 MHz system clock, T=10.42 ns)
2. CS5 assertion can be controlled by CSA bits. EB assertion also can be programmable by WEA bits in CS5L register.
3. Address becomes valid and RW asserts at the start of write access cycle.
4.The external wait input requirement is eliminated when CS5 is programmed to use internal wait state.
4.4.3
EIM External Bus Timing
The External Interface Module (EIM) is the interface to devices external to the i.MXS, including generation
of chip-selects for external peripherals and memory. The timing diagram for the EIM is shown in Figure 5,
and Table 12 defines the parameters of signals.
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[0]
htrans
Seq/Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Address
V1
CS2
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
V1
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 10. WSC = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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hclk
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hsel_weim_cs[0]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
hwdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hrdata
Write Data (V1)
Unknown
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Address
V1
CS0
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
Write Data (V1)
Figure 11. WSC = 1, WEA = 1, WEN = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[0]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS0
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 12. WSC = 1, OEA = 1, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[0]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
hwdata
Last Valid Data
Write Data (V1 Word)
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1 + 2
Address V1
CS0
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Figure 13. WSC = 1, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[3]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS[3]
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 14. WSC = 3, OEA = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[3]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
hwdata Last Valid
Data
Write Data (V1 Word)
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS3
Write
R/W
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Figure 15. WSC = 3, WEA = 1, WEN = 3, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1 + 2
Address V1
CS2
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
weim_data_in
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 16. WSC = 3, OEA = 4, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
Valid
hwdata Last
Data
Write Data (V1 Word)
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS2
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Figure 17. WSC = 3, WEA = 2, WEN = 3, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS2
Read
R/W
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 18. WSC = 3, OEN = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
haddr
V1
hready
weim_hrdata
V1 Word
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS2
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 19. WSC = 3, OEA = 2, OEN = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
hwdata
Last Valid
Data
Write Data (V1 Word)
weim_hrdata
Unknown
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS2
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Figure 20. WSC = 2, WWS = 1, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
Valid
hwdata Last
Data
Unknown
Write Data (V1 Word)
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS2
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
1/2 Half Word
2/2 Half Word
Figure 21. WSC = 1, WWS = 2, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
Write
haddr
V1
V8
hready
hwdata
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Last Valid Data
Read Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V8
CS2
R/W
Write
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
DATA
Read Data
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 22. WSC = 2, WWS = 2, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Read
Idle
Write
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
Write
haddr
V1
V8
hready
hwdata
weim_hrdata
Write Data
Last Valid Data
Last Valid Data
Read Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V8
CS2
R/W
Read
Write
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
DATA
Read Data
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 23. WSC = 2, WWS = 1, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, EDC = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[4]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Write
haddr
V1
hready
hwdata Last Valid
Data
Write Data (Word)
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V1 + 2
CS
R/W
Write
LBA
OE
EB
DATA
Last Valid Data
Write Data (1/2 Half Word)
Write Data (2/2 Half Word)
Figure 24. WSC = 2, CSA = 1, WWS = 1, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[4]
htrans
Nonseq
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
Write
haddr
V1
V8
hready
hwdata
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Last Valid Data
Read Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V8
CS4
R/W
Write
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
DATA
Read Data
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 25. WSC = 3, CSA = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[4]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V2
Idle
Seq
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
Read Data (V1)
Read Data (V2)
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid
Address V1
Address V2
CNC
CS4
Read
R/W
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
Read Data
(V1)
Read Data
(V2)
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 26. WSC = 2, OEA = 2, CNC = 3, BCM = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[4]
htrans
Nonseq
hwrite
Read
Write
haddr
V1
V8
Idle
Nonseq
hready
hwdata
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Last Valid Data
Read Data
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V8
CNC
CS4
R/W
Read
Write
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
DATA
DATA
Read Data
Last Valid Data
Write Data
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 27. WSC = 2, OEA = 2, WEA = 1, WEN = 2, CNC = 3, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Functional Description and Application Information
Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
Nonse
hwrite
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V5
Idle
hready
weim_hrdata
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid Addr
Address V1
Address V5
CS2
Read
R/W
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
ECB
DATA
V1 Word
V2 Word
V5 Word
V6 Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 28. WSC = 3, SYNC = 1, A.HALF/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
Seq
Seq
Seq
hwrite
Read
Read
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V2
V3
V4
Idle
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
V2 Word
V3 Word
V4 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR Last Valid Addr
Address V1
CS2
Read
R/W
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
ECB
DATA
V1 Word
V2 Word
V3 Word
V4 Word
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 29. WSC = 2, SYNC = 1, DOL = [1/0], A.WORD/E.WORD
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Nonseq
Seq
hwrite
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V2
Idle
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
V2 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last Valid
Address V1
Address V2
CS2
Read
R/W
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
ECB
DATA
V1 1/2
V1 2/2
V2 1/2
V2 2/2
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 30. WSC = 2, SYNC = 1, DOL = [1/0], A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Non
seq
Seq
hwrite
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V2
Idle
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
V2 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last
Address V1
CS2
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
ECB
DATA
V1 1/2
V1 2/2
V2 1/2
V2 2/2
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 31. WSC = 7, OEA = 8, SYNC = 1, DOL = 1, BCD = 1, BCS = 2, A.WORD/E.HALF
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Internal signals - shown only for illustrative purposes
hclk
hsel_weim_cs[2]
htrans
Non
seq
Seq
hwrite
Read
Read
haddr
V1
V2
Idle
hready
weim_hrdata
Last Valid Data
V1 Word
V2 Word
weim_hready
BCLK (burst clock)
ADDR
Last
Address V1
CS2
R/W
Read
LBA
OE
EBx1 (EBC2=0)
EBx1 (EBC2=1)
ECB
DATA
V1 1/2
V1 2/2
V2 1/2
V2 2/2
Note 1: x = 0, 1, 2 or 3
Note 2: EBC = Enable Byte Control bit (bit 11) on the Chip Select Control Register
Figure 32. WSC = 7, OEA = 8, SYNC = 1, DOL = 1, BCD = 1, BCS = 1, A.WORD/E.HALF
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4.4.4
Non-TFT Panel Timing
T1
T1
VSYN
T3
T2
T4
XMAX
T2
HSYN
SCLK
Ts
LD[15:0]
Figure 33. Non-TFT Panel Timing
Table 17. Non TFT Panel Timing Diagram
Symbol
Parameter
Allowed Register
Minimum Value1, 2
Actual Value
Unit
T1
HSYN to VSYN delay3
0
HWAIT2+2
Tpix4
T2
HSYN pulse width
0
HWIDTH+1
Tpix
T3
VSYN to SCLK
–
0 ≤ T3 ≤ Ts5
–
T4
SCLK to HSYN
0
HWAIT1+1
Tpix
1
Maximum frequency of LCDC_CLK is 48 MHz, which is controlled by Peripheral Clock Divider Register.
Maximum frequency of SCLK is HCLK / 5, otherwise LD output will be wrong.
3 VSYN, HSYN and SCLK can be programmed as active high or active low. In the above timing diagram, all
these 3 signals are active high.
4 Tpix is the pixel clock period which equals LCDC_CLK period * (PCD + 1).
5 Ts is the shift clock period. Ts = Tpix * (panel data bus width).
2
4.5
SPI Timing Diagrams
To use the internal transmit (TX) and receive (RX) data FIFOs when the SPI module is configured as a
master, two control signals are used for data transfer rate control: the SS signal (output) and the SPI_RDY
signal (input). The SPI1 Sample Period Control Register (PERIODREG1) can also be programmed to a
fixed data transfer rate. When the SPI module is configured as a slave, the user can configure the SPI1
Control Register (CONTROLREG1) to match the external SPI master’s timing. In this configuration, SS
becomes an input signal, and is used to latch data into or load data out to the internal data shift registers,
as well as to increment the data FIFO. Figure 34 through Figure 38 show the timing relationship of the
master SPI using different triggering mechanisms.
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2
SS
5
3
1
4
SPIRDY
SCLK, MOSI, MISO
Figure 34. Master SPI Timing Diagram Using SPI_RDY Edge Trigger
SS
SPIRDY
SCLK, MOSI, MISO
Figure 35. Master SPI Timing Diagram Using SPI_RDY Level Trigger
SS (output)
SCLK, MOSI, MISO
Figure 36. Master SPI Timing Diagram Ignore SPI_RDY Level Trigger
SS (input)
SCLK, MOSI, MISO
Figure 37. Slave SPI Timing Diagram FIFO Advanced by BIT COUNT
SS (input)
6
7
SCLK, MOSI, MISO
Figure 38. Slave SPI Timing Diagram FIFO Advanced by SS Rising Edge
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Table 18. Timing Parameter Table for Figure 34 through Figure 38
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref No.
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
2T1
–
ns
1
SPI_RDY to SS output low
2
SS output low to first SCLK edge
3 • Tsclk2
–
ns
3
Last SCLK edge to SS output high
2 • Tsclk
–
ns
4
SS output high to SPI_RDY low
0
–
ns
5
SS output pulse width
Tsclk + WAIT 3
–
ns
6
SS input low to first SCLK edge
T
–
ns
7
SS input pulse width
T
–
ns
1
T = CSPI system clock period (PERCLK2).
Tsclk = Period of SCLK.
3
WAIT = Number of bit clocks (SCLK) or 32.768 kHz clocks per Sample Period Control Register.
2
8
SCLK
9
9
Figure 39. SPI SCLK Timing Diagram
Table 19. Timing Parameter Table for SPI SCLK
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref No.
4.6
Parameter
8
SCLK frequency
9
SCLK pulse width
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
0
10
MHz
100
–
ns
LCD Controller
This section includes timing diagrams for the LCD controller. For detailed timing diagrams of the LCD
controller with various display configurations, refer to the LCD controller chapter of the MC9328MXS
Reference Manual.
LSCLK
1
LD[15:0]
Figure 40. SCLK to LD Timing Diagram
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Table 20. LCDC SCLK Timing Parameter Table
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref No.
1
Parameter
Minimum
Maximum
Unit
–
2
ns
SCLK to LD valid
Non-display
VSYN
Display region
T3
T1
T4
T2
HSYN
OE
LD[15:0]
Line Y
Line 1
T5
T6
Line Y
T7
XMAX
HSYN
SCLK
OE
T8
LD[15:0]
(1,1)
(1,2)
(1,X)
VSYN
T9
T10
Figure 41. 4/8/16 Bit/Pixel TFT Color Mode Panel Timing
Table 21. 4/8/16 Bit/Pixel TFT Color Mode Panel Timing
Symbol
Description
Minimum
Corresponding Register Value
Unit
T1
End of OE to beginning of VSYN
T5+T6
+T7+T9
(VWAIT1·T2)+T5+T6+T7+T9
Ts
T2
HSYN period
XMAX+5
XMAX+T5+T6+T7+T9+T10
Ts
T3
VSYN pulse width
T2
VWIDTH·(T2)
Ts
T4
End of VSYN to beginning of OE
2
VWAIT2·(T2)
Ts
T5
HSYN pulse width
1
HWIDTH+1
Ts
T6
End of HSYN to beginning to T9
1
HWAIT2+1
Ts
T7
End of OE to beginning of HSYN
1
HWAIT1+1
Ts
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Table 21. 4/8/16 Bit/Pixel TFT Color Mode Panel Timing (Continued)
Symbol
Description
Minimum
Corresponding Register Value
Unit
T8
SCLK to valid LD data
-3
3
ns
T9
End of HSYN idle2 to VSYN edge
(for non-display region)
2
2
Ts
T9
End of HSYN idle2 to VSYN edge
(for Display region)
1
1
Ts
T10
VSYN to OE active (Sharp = 0) when VWAIT2 = 0
1
1
Ts
T10
VSYN to OE active (Sharp = 1) when VWAIT2 = 0
2
2
Ts
Note:
•
•
•
•
•
•
4.7
Ts is the SCLK period which equals LCDC_CLK / (PCD + 1). Normally LCDC_CLK = 15ns.
VSYN, HSYN and OE can be programmed as active high or active low. In Figure 41, all 3 signals
are active low.
The polarity of SCLK and LD[15:0] can also be programmed.
SCLK can be programmed to be deactivated during the VSYN pulse or the OE deasserted period.
In Figure 41, SCLK is always active.
For T9 non-display region, VSYN is non-active. It is used as an reference.
XMAX is defined in pixels.
Pulse-Width Modulator
The PWM can be programmed to select one of two clock signals as its source frequency. The selected
clock signal is passed through a divider and a prescaler before being input to the counter. The output is
available at the pulse-width modulator output (PWMO) external pin. Its timing diagram is shown in
Figure 42 and the parameters are listed in Table 22.
1
2a
3b
System Clock
2b
3a
4b
4a
PWM Output
Figure 42. PWM Output Timing Diagram
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Table 22. PWM Output Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
1
4.8
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
0
87
0
100
MHz
1
System CLK frequency1
2a
Clock high time1
3.3
–
5/10
–
ns
2b
Clock low time1
7.5
–
5/10
–
ns
3a
Clock fall time1
–
5
–
5/10
ns
3b
Clock rise time1
–
6.67
–
5/10
ns
4a
Output delay time1
5.7
–
5
–
ns
4b
Output setup time1
5.7
–
5
–
ns
CL of PWMO = 30 pF
SDRAM Controller
This section shows timing diagrams and parameters associated with the SDRAM (synchronous dynamic
random access memory) Controller.
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1
SDCLK
2
3S
3
CS
3H
3S
RAS
3S
3H
CAS
3S
3H
3H
WE
4S
ADDR
4H
ROW/BA
COL/BA
5
8
6
DQ
Data
7
3S
DQM
3H
Note:
CKE is high during the read/write cycle.
Figure 43. SDRAM Read Cycle Timing Diagram
Table 23. SDRAM Read Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref
No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
1
SDRAM clock high-level width
2.67
–
4
–
ns
2
SDRAM clock low-level width
6
–
4
–
ns
3
SDRAM clock cycle time
11.4
–
10
–
ns
3S
CS, RAS, CAS, WE, DQM setup time
3.42
–
3
–
ns
3H
CS, RAS, CAS, WE, DQM hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
4S
Address setup time
3.42
–
3
–
ns
4H
Address hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
–
6.84
–
6
ns
5
SDRAM access time (CL = 3)
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Table 23. SDRAM Read Timing Parameter Table (Continued)
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref
No.
1
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
5
SDRAM access time (CL = 2)
–
6.84
–
6
ns
5
SDRAM access time (CL = 1)
–
22
–
22
ns
6
Data out hold time
2.85
–
2.5
–
ns
7
Data out high-impedance time (CL = 3)
–
6.84
–
6
ns
7
Data out high-impedance time (CL = 2)
–
6.84
–
6
ns
7
Data out high-impedance time (CL = 1)
–
22
–
22
ns
8
Active to read/write command period (RC = 1)
tRCD1
–
tRCD1
–
ns
tRCD = SDRAM clock cycle time. This settings can be found in the MC9328MXS reference manual.
SDCLK
1
2
3
CS
RAS
6
CAS
WE
5
7
4
ADDR
/ BA
COL/BA
ROW/BA
8
9
DATA
DQ
DQM
Figure 44. SDRAM Write Cycle Timing Diagram
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Table 24. SDRAM Write Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
1
2
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
1
SDRAM clock high-level width
2.67
–
4
–
ns
2
SDRAM clock low-level width
6
–
4
–
ns
3
SDRAM clock cycle time
11.4
–
10
–
ns
4
Address setup time
3.42
–
3
–
ns
5
Address hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
tRP2
–
tRP2
–
ns
tRCD2
–
tRCD2
–
ns
period1
6
Precharge cycle
7
Active to read/write command delay
8
Data setup time
4.0
–
2
–
ns
9
Data hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
Precharge cycle timing is included in the write timing diagram.
tRP and tRCD = SDRAM clock cycle time. These settings can be found in the MC9328MXS reference manual.
SDCLK
1
3
2
CS
RAS
6
CAS
7
7
WE
4
ADDR
5
ROW/BA
BA
DQ
DQM
Figure 45. SDRAM Refresh Timing Diagram
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Table 25. SDRAM Refresh Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
1
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
1
SDRAM clock high-level width
2.67
–
4
–
ns
2
SDRAM clock low-level width
6
–
4
–
ns
3
SDRAM clock cycle time
11.4
–
10
–
ns
4
Address setup time
3.42
–
3
–
ns
5
Address hold time
2.28
–
2
–
ns
6
Precharge cycle period
tRP1
–
tRP1
–
ns
7
Auto precharge command period
tRC1
–
tRC1
–
ns
tRP and tRC = SDRAM clock cycle time. These settings can be found in the MC9328MXS reference manual.
SDCLK
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
ADDR
BA
DQ
DQM
CKE
Figure 46. SDRAM Self-Refresh Cycle Timing Diagram
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4.9
USB Device Port
Four types of data transfer modes exist for the USB module: control transfers, bulk transfers, isochronous
transfers, and interrupt transfers. From the perspective of the USB module, the interrupt transfer type is
identical to the bulk data transfer mode, and no additional hardware is supplied to support it. This section
covers the transfer modes and how they work from the ground up.
Data moves across the USB in packets. Groups of packets are combined to form data transfers. The same
packet transfer mechanism applies to bulk, interrupt, and control transfers. Isochronous data is also moved
in the form of packets, however, because isochronous pipes are given a fixed portion of the USB
bandwidth at all times, there is no end-of-transfer.
USBD_AFE
(Output)
1
t VMO_ROE 4
t ROE_VPO
USBD_ROE
(Output)
tPERIOD
6
3
tVPO_ROE
USBD_VPO
(Output)
USBD_VMO
(Output)
USBD_SUSPND
tROE_VMO
2
tFEOPT
5
(Output)
USBD_RCV
(Input)
USBD_VP
(Input)
USBD_VM
(Input)
Figure 47. USB Device Timing Diagram for Data Transfer to USB Transceiver (TX)
Table 26. USB Device Timing Parameters for Data Transfer to USB Transceiver (TX)
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref
No.
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
1
tROE_VPO; USBD_ROE active to USBD_VPO low
83.14
83.47
ns
2
tROE_VMO; USBD_ROE active to USBD_VMO high
81.55
81.98
ns
3
tVPO_ROE; USBD_VPO high to USBD_ROE deactivated
83.54
83.80
ns
4
tVMO_ROE; USBD_VMO low to USBD_ROE deactivated (includes SE0)
248.90
249.13
ns
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Table 26. USB Device Timing Parameters for Data Transfer to USB Transceiver (TX) (Continued)
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref
No.
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
5
tFEOPT; SE0 interval of EOP
160.00
175.00
ns
6
tPERIOD; Data transfer rate
11.97
12.03
Mb/s
USBD_AFE
(Output)
USBD_ROE
(Output)
USBD_VPO
(Output)
USBD_VMO
(Output)
USBD_SUSPND
(Output)
USBD_RCV
(Input)
1
tFEOPR
USBD_VP
(Input)
USBD_VM
(Input)
Figure 48. USB Device Timing Diagram for Data Transfer from USB Transceiver (RX)
Table 27. USB Device Timing Parameter Table for Data Transfer from USB Transceiver (RX)
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Ref No.
1
4.10
Parameter
tFEOPR; Receiver SE0 interval of EOP
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
82
–
ns
I2C Module
The I2C communication protocol consists of seven elements: START, Data Source/Recipient, Data
Direction, Slave Acknowledge, Data, Data Acknowledge, and STOP.
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SDA
5
3
4
SCL
2
1
6
Figure 49. Definition of Bus Timing for I2C
Table 28. I2C Bus Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
182
–
160
–
ns
1
Hold time (repeated) START condition
2
Data hold time
0
171
0
150
ns
3
Data setup time
11.4
–
10
–
ns
4
HIGH period of the SCL clock
80
–
120
–
ns
5
LOW period of the SCL clock
480
–
320
–
ns
6
Setup time for STOP condition
182.4
–
160
–
ns
4.11
Synchronous Serial Interface
The transmit and receive sections of the SSI can be synchronous or asynchronous. In synchronous mode,
the transmitter and the receiver use a common clock and frame synchronization signal. In asynchronous
mode, the transmitter and receiver each have their own clock and frame synchronization signals.
Continuous or gated clock mode can be selected. In continuous mode, the clock runs continuously. In gated
clock mode, the clock functions only during transmission. The internal and external clock timing diagrams
are shown in Figure 51 through Figure 53.
Normal or network mode can also be selected. In normal mode, the SSI functions with one data word of
I/O per frame. In network mode, a frame can contain between 2 and 32 data words. Network mode is
typically used in star or ring-time division multiplex networks with other processors or codecs, allowing
interface to time division multiplexed networks without additional logic. Use of the gated clock is not
allowed in network mode. These distinctions result in the basic operating modes that allow the SSI to
communicate with a wide variety of devices.
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1
STCK Output
4
2
STFS (bl) Output
6
8
STFS (wl) Output
12
10
11
STXD Output
31
32
SRXD Input
Note: SRXD input in synchronous mode only.
Figure 50. SSI Transmitter Internal Clock Timing Diagram
1
SRCK Output
3
5
SRFS (bl) Output
7
9
SRFS (wl) Output
13
14
SRXD Input
Figure 51. SSI Receiver Internal Clock Timing Diagram
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15
16
17
STCK Input
18
20
STFS (bl) Input
24
22
STFS (wl) Input
27
26
28
STXD Output
34
33
SRXD Input
Note: SRXD Input in Synchronous mode only
Figure 52. SSI Transmitter External Clock Timing Diagram
15
16
17
SRCK Input
19
21
SRFS (bl) Input
25
23
SRFS (wl) Input
30
29
SRXD Input
Figure 53. SSI Receiver External Clock Timing Diagram
Table 29. SSI (Port C Primary Function) Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Internal Clock Operation1 (Port C Primary Function2)
STCK/SRCK clock period1
95
–
83.3
–
ns
2
3
STCK high to STFS (bl) high
1.5
4.5
1.3
3.9
ns
3
SRCK high to SRFS (bl) high3
1
-1.2
-1.7
-1.1
-1.5
ns
4
3
STCK high to STFS (bl) low
2.5
4.3
2.2
3.8
ns
5
SRCK high to SRFS (bl) low3
0.1
-0.8
0.1
-0.8
ns
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Table 29. SSI (Port C Primary Function) Timing Parameter Table (Continued)
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
6
STCK high to STFS (wl) high3
1.48
4.45
1.3
3.9
ns
7
3
SRCK high to SRFS (wl) high
-1.1
-1.5
-1.1
-1.5
ns
8
STCK high to STFS (wl) low3
2.51
4.33
2.2
3.8
ns
9
3
SRCK high to SRFS (wl) low
0.1
-0.8
0.1
-0.8
ns
10
STCK high to STXD valid from high impedance
14.25
15.73
12.5
13.8
ns
11a
STCK high to STXD high
0.91
3.08
0.8
2.7
ns
11b
STCK high to STXD low
0.57
3.19
0.5
2.8
ns
12
STCK high to STXD high impedance
12.88
13.57
11.3
11.9
ns
13
SRXD setup time before SRCK low
21.1
–
18.5
–
ns
14
SRXD hold time after SRCK low
0
–
0
–
ns
External Clock Operation (Port C Primary Function2)
15
STCK/SRCK clock period1
92.8
–
81.4
–
ns
16
STCK/SRCK clock high period
27.1
–
40.7
–
ns
17
STCK/SRCK clock low period
61.1
–
40.7
–
ns
18
STCK high to STFS (bl) high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
19
SRCK high to SRFS (bl)
high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
20
STCK high to STFS (bl) low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
21
SRCK high to SRFS (bl)
low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
22
STCK high to STFS (wl) high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
23
SRCK high to SRFS (wl)
high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
24
STCK high to STFS (wl) low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
25
SRCK high to SRFS (wl) low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
26
STCK high to STXD valid from high impedance
18.01
28.16
15.8
24.7
ns
27a
STCK high to STXD high
8.98
18.13
7.0
15.9
ns
27b
STCK high to STXD low
9.12
18.24
8.0
16.0
ns
28
STCK high to STXD high impedance
18.47
28.5
16.2
25.0
ns
29
SRXD setup time before SRCK low
1.14
–
1.0
–
ns
30
SRXD hole time after SRCK low
0
–
0
–
ns
Synchronous Internal Clock Operation (Port C Primary Function2)
31
SRXD setup before STCK falling
32
SRXD hold after STCK falling
15.4
–
13.5
–
ns
0
–
0
–
ns
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Table 29. SSI (Port C Primary Function) Timing Parameter Table (Continued)
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Synchronous External Clock Operation (Port C Primary Function2)
33
SRXD setup before STCK falling
34
SRXD hold after STCK falling
1.14
–
1.0
–
ns
0
–
0
–
ns
1
All the timings for the SSI are given for a non-inverted serial clock polarity (TSCKP/RSCKP = 0) and a non-inverted frame sync
(TFSI/RFSI = 0). If the polarity of the clock and/or the frame sync have been inverted, all the timing remains valid by inverting
the clock signal STCK/SRCK and/or the frame sync STFS/SRFS shown in the tables and in the figures.
2
There are 2 sets of I/O signals for the SSI module. They are from Port C primary function (pad 257 to pad 261) and Port B
alternate function (pad 283 to pad 288). When SSI signals are configured as outputs, they can be viewed both at Port C primary
function and Port B alternate function. When SSI signals are configured as input, the SSI module selects the input based on
status of the FMCR register bits in the Clock controller module (CRM). By default, the input are selected from Port C primary
function.
3 bl = bit length; wl = word length.
Table 30. SSI (Port B Alternate Function) Timing Parameter Table
1.8 ± 0.1 V
Ref
No.
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Internal Clock Operation1 (Port B Alternate Function2)
1
STCK/SRCK clock period1
95
–
83.3
–
ns
2
STCK high to STFS (bl) high3
1.7
4.8
1.5
4.2
ns
3
SRCK high to SRFS (bl)
high3
-0.1
1.0
-0.1
1.0
ns
4
STCK high to STFS (bl) low3
3.08
5.24
2.7
4.6
ns
5
SRCK high to SRFS (bl)
low3
1.25
2.28
1.1
2.0
ns
6
STCK high to STFS (wl) high3
1.71
4.79
1.5
4.2
ns
7
SRCK high to SRFS (wl)
high3
-0.1
1.0
-0.1
1.0
ns
8
STCK high to STFS (wl) low3
3.08
5.24
2.7
4.6
ns
9
3
SRCK high to SRFS (wl) low
1.25
2.28
1.1
2.0
ns
10
STCK high to STXD valid from high impedance
14.93
16.19
13.1
14.2
ns
11a
STCK high to STXD high
1.25
3.42
1.1
3.0
ns
11b
STCK high to STXD low
2.51
3.99
2.2
3.5
ns
12
STCK high to STXD high impedance
12.43
14.59
10.9
12.8
ns
13
SRXD setup time before SRCK low
20
–
17.5
–
ns
14
SRXD hold time after SRCK low
0
–
0
–
ns
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Table 30. SSI (Port B Alternate Function) Timing Parameter Table (Continued)
Ref
No.
1.8 ± 0.1 V
3.0 ± 0.3 V
Parameter
Unit
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
External Clock Operation (Port B Alternate Function2)
15
STCK/SRCK clock period1
92.8
–
81.4
–
ns
16
STCK/SRCK clock high period
27.1
–
40.7
–
ns
17
STCK/SRCK clock low period
61.1
–
40.7
–
ns
18
STCK high to STFS (bl) high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
19
3
SRCK high to SRFS (bl) high
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
20
STCK high to STFS (bl) low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
21
SRCK high to SRFS (bl)
low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
22
STCK high to STFS (wl) high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
23
SRCK high to SRFS (wl)
high3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
24
STCK high to STFS (wl) low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
25
SRCK high to SRFS (wl)
low3
–
92.8
0
81.4
ns
26
STCK high to STXD valid from high impedance
18.9
29.07
16.6
25.5
ns
27a
STCK high to STXD high
9.23
20.75
8.1
18.2
ns
27b
STCK high to STXD low
10.60
21.32
9.3
18.7
ns
28
STCK high to STXD high impedance
17.90
29.75
15.7
26.1
ns
29
SRXD setup time before SRCK low
1.14
–
1.0
–
ns
30
SRXD hold time after SRCK low
0
–
0
–
ns
Synchronous Internal Clock Operation (Port B Alternate Function2)
31
SRXD setup before STCK falling
32
SRXD hold after STCK falling
18.81
–
16.5
–
ns
0
–
0
–
ns
Synchronous External Clock Operation (Port B Alternate Function2)
33
SRXD setup before STCK falling
34
SRXD hold after STCK falling
1.14
–
1.0
–
ns
0
–
0
–
ns
1
All the timings for the SSI are given for a non-inverted serial clock polarity (TSCKP/RSCKP = 0) and a non-inverted frame sync
(TFSI/RFSI = 0). If the polarity of the clock and/or the frame sync have been inverted, all the timing remains valid by inverting
the clock signal STCK/SRCK and/or the frame sync STFS/SRFS shown in the tables and in the figures.
2
There are 2 set of I/O signals for the SSI module. They are from Port C primary function (pad 257 to pad 261) and Port B
alternate function (pad 283 to pad 288). When SSI signals are configured as outputs, they can be viewed both at Port C primary
function and Port B alternate function. When SSI signals are configured as inputs, the SSI module selects the input based on
FMCR register bits in the Clock controller module (CRM). By default, the input are selected from Port C primary function.
3 bl = bit length; wl = word length.
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Pin-Out and Package Information
Table 31 illustrates the package pin assignments for the 225-contact MAPBGA package. For a complete listing of signals, see the
Signal Multiplexing Table 3 on page 8.
Table 31. i.MXS 225 MAPBGA Pin Assignments
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2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
PB13
PB15
PB19
USBD_
ROE
USBD_
SUSPND
USBD_VM
SSI_
RXFS
SSI_
TXCLK
SPI1_SPI_
RDY
SPI1_
SCLK
REV
PS
LD2
LD4
LD5
A
B
PB11
PB12
PB16
USBD_
AFE
USBD_
RCV
USBD_
VMO
SSI_
RXDAT
UART1_
TXD
SPI1_SS
LSCLK
SPL_
SPR
LD0
LD3
LD6
LD7
B
C
D31
PB8
PB14
PB18
PB10
USBD_
VPO
UART2_
RXD
SSI_
TXFS
UART1_
RTS
LD8
LD9
LD12
NVDD2
C
D
A23
A24
PB9
PB17
NVDD1
USBD_
VP
QVDD4
UART2_
TXD
NVDD3
SPI1_
MOSI
LP/HSYNC
LD1
LD11
TMR2OUT
LD13
D
E
A21
A22
D30
D29
NVDD1
QVSS
UART2_
RTS
UART1_
RXD
UART1_
CTS
SPI1_
MISO
ACD/OE
LD10
TIN
PA4
PA3
E
F
A20
A19
D28
D27
NVDD1
NVDD1
UART2_
CTS
SSI_
RXCLK
SSI_
TXDAT
CLS
QVDD3
LD14
LD15
PA6
PA8
F
G
A17
A18
D26
D25
NVDD1
NVSS
NVDD4
NVSS
NVSS
QVSS
PWMO
PA7
PA11
PA13
PA9
G
H
A15
A16
D23
D24
D22
NVSS
NVSS
NVSS
NVSS
NVDD2
PA5
PA12
PA14
I2C_SDA
TMS
H
J
A14
A12
D21
D20
NVDD1
NVSS
NVSS
QVDD1
NVSS
PA10
I2C_SCL
TCK
TDO
BOOT1
BOOT0
J
K
A13
A11
CS2
D19
NVDD1
NVSS
QVSS
NVDD1
NVSS
D1
BOOT2
TDI
BIG_
ENDIAN
RESET_
OUT
XTAL32K
K
L
A10
A9
D17
D18
NVDD1
NVDD1
CS5
D2
ECB
NVSS
NVSS
POR
QVSS
XTAL16M
EXTAL32K
L
M
D16
D15
D13
D10
EB3
NVDD1
CS4
CS1
BCLK1
RW
NVSS
BOOT3
QVDD2
RESET_IN
EXTAL16M
M
N
A8
A7
D12
EB0
D9
D8
CS3
CS0
PA17
D0
DQM2
DQM0
SDCKE0
TRISTATE
TRST
N
P
D14
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
D6
D5
MA10
MA11
DQM1
RAS
SDCKE1
CLKO
RESET_SF2
P
R
A6
D11
EB1
EB2
OE
D7
A0
SDCLK
D4
LBA
D3
DQM3
CAS
SDWE
AVDD1
R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Burst Clock
This signal is not used and should be floated in an actual application.
CONTRAST FLM/VSYNC
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1
1
Pin-Out and Package Information
5.1
MAPBGA 225 Package Dimensions
Figure 54 illustrates the 225 MAPBGA 13 mm × 13 mm package.
Case Outline 1304B
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
SIDE VIEW
NOTES:
1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
2.DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCES PER ASME Y14 5M-1994.
3.MAXIMUM SOLDER BALL DIAMETER MEASURED PARALLEL TO DATUM A.
4. DATUM A, THE SEATING PLANE IS DEFINED BY SPHERICAL CROWNS OF THE SOLDER
BALLS.
5.PARALLELISM MEASUREMENT SHALL EXCLUDE ANY EFFECT OF MARK ON TOP SURFACE
OF PACKAGE
Figure 54. i.MXS 225 MAPBGA Mechanical Drawing
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6.1
Product Documentation
Revision History
Table 32 provides revision history for this release. This history includes technical content revisions only
and not stylistic or grammatical changes.
Table 32. i.MXS Data Sheet Revision History Rev. 3
Location
Revision
Table 2 on page 4
Signal Names and
Descriptions
• Added the DMA_REQ signal to table.
• Corrected signal name from USBD_OE to USBD_ROE
Table 3 on page 8
Signal Multiplex Table i.MXS
Added Signal Multiplex table from Reference Manual with the following changes:
• Corrected BGA pin assignments.
Table 10 on page 20
Changed first and second parameters descriptions:
From: Reference Clock freq range, To: DPLL input clock freq range
From: Double clock freq range, To: DPLL output freq range
6.2
Reference Documents
The following documents are required for a complete description of the MC9328MXS and are necessary
to design properly with the device. Especially for those not familiar with the ARM920T processor or
previous i.MX processor products, the following documents are helpful when used in conjunction with this
document.
ARM Architecture Reference Manual (ARM Ltd., order number ARM DDI 0100)
ARM9DT1 Data Sheet Manual (ARM Ltd., order number ARM DDI 0029)
ARM Technical Reference Manual (ARM Ltd., order number ARM DDI 0151C)
EMT9 Technical Reference Manual (ARM Ltd., order number DDI O157E)
MC9328MXS Product Brief (order number MC9328MXSP)
MC9328MXS Reference Manual (order number MC9328MXSRM)
The Freescale manuals are available on the Freescale Semiconductors Web site at
http://www.freescale.com/imx. These documents may be downloaded directly from the Freescale Web
site, or printed versions may be ordered. The ARM Ltd. documentation is available from
http://www.arm.com.
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