CT1820 Data Terminal Bit Processor MIL-STD-1553 (4/08)

CT1820
Data Terminal Bit Processor
for MIL-STD-1553 A & B
www.aeroflex.com/Avionics
April 10, 2008
FEATURES
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Performs Encoder, Decoder, Logic and Control functions of a Data Bus Terminal to MIL-STD-1553
specifications, including Address, Mode Code and Broadcast Decoding and Terminal Fail Safe
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Flexibility - all control lines accessible
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Parallel tri-state subsystem l/O bus compatible with both 16 bit and 8 bit systems
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Dual rank l/O registers for versatile subsystem tlmlng
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Operates from +5VDC @ 50mA
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Self-contained +5Vdc oscillator and clock driver @ 13 mA
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Look-ahead serial receive data output
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Self-test, on-line wraparound, plus off-line capability
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Full military (-55°C to +125°C) temperature range
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Designed for commercial, industrial and aerospace applications
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MIL-PRF-38534 compliant
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Packaging – Metal hermetic
- 56 pin, plug-in, 1.155"W x 2.155"L x .200"Ht
- 60 lead, flat-pack, 1.015"W x 1.59"L x .147"Ht
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DESC Standard microcircuit drawing (SMD): 5962-90636
DESCRIPTION
The Aeroflex Plainview CT1820 Bit Processor Unit (BPU) is an advanced Hybrid Microcircuit that provides the
interface between a MIL-STD-1553 Transceiver such as CT3231M or CT3232M, and the subsystem internal
parallel data bus. The unit can be employed as the mux bus interface for Remote Subsystems or Master Terminal
Bus Controllers, thus providing a common interface for all systems communicating over the bus.
The unit places no restrictions on Command, Response or polling operations as it transfers all Command, Status
and Data words from the bus to parallel output lines, together with error information, bus status and
handshaking signals. It also contains 5 Bit Address Recognition, Broadcast and Mode Code Decode, Terminal
Fail Safe Signal and Self Test.
In the transmit mode, it accepts parallel data from the user and transmits Command, Status and Data words,
under subsystem control, to the data bus. Positive handshaking signals provide logic control synchronisation
between the unit and the subsystem for direct data flow.
The hybrid is completely compatible with all the electrical and functional specification requirements of
MIL-STD-1553 A & B.
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5 BIT
ADDRESS
31
37
33
16
14
40
39
13
10
9
8
12
32
36
(MSB) A4
RT ENABLE
MODE
CODE
DECODE
BROADCAST
DECODE
ADDRESS
DECODE
DSC OUT
TAKE DATA
DEC RST
COMM/DATA SYNC
VALID WORD
MODE CODE
BROADCAST
(LSB) A0
A1
A2
A3
SECOND
RANK
REC’V
REG
D8 - D15
FIRST
RANK
REC’V
REG
D8 - D15
SERIAL DATA OUT
SECOND
RANK
REC’V
REG
D0 - D7
43
DATA
SELECT 2
FIRST
RANK
REC’V
REG
D0 - D7
46
7
OSC
&
CLOCK
DRIVER
Figure 1 – FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
(Plug-in Pins shown)
D1
45
(LSB) D0
47
D2
48
D3
50
D4
44
D5
41
D6
2
D8
3
D9
4
D10
5
D11
6
D12
56
D14
54
D13
MANCHESTER
ENCODER
&
CONTROL LOGIC
(MSB) D15
56
(OPTIONAL)
SERIAL
INPUT
42
D7
MANCHESTER
DECODER
&
CONTROL LOGIC
LATCH
DATA
2
53
FIRST
RANK
XMT
REG
D8 - D15
FIRST
RANK
XMT
REG
DO - D7
LATCH DATA 1
43
FAIL SAFE
TIMER
&
CONTROL
LOAD
DATA 2
43
MRST
OUTPUT INH
ENC ENA
SYNC SEL
ESCOUT
SEND DATA
FAIL SAFE
DATA OUT
DATA OUT
BIT SELECT
CASE
GND
GND
DATA IN
DATA IN
Vcc
+5V
CLOCK IN
CLOCK OUT
XTAL
+5V OSC / CLOCK POWER
BUILT IN
TEST
SELECT
SECOND
RANK
XMT
REG
D8 - D15
SECOND
RANK
XMT
REG
DO - D7
43
LOAD DATA 1
DATA SELECT 1
17
18
29
30
38
35
23
24
28
27
15
26
25
19
22
21
20
34
11
1
RX
DATA
IN
32
DATA
OUT
25
DATA
OUT
26
DATA
25
33
TX
DATA
IN
1
TX
DATA
OUT
CT1820
CT3231
T/R
HYBRID
DATA
BUS
TX
DATA
OUT
TX
DATA
IN
BIT
PROCESSOR
7
2
RX
DATA
OUT
RX
DATA
10
OUT
26
RX
DATA
IN
DATA
IN
DATA
IN
21
29
16 BIT
OR
8 BIT
SUBSYSYEM
XTAL
12
MHz
22
CONTROL
31
TX
INHIBIT
Figure 2 – TYPICAL MIL-STD-1553 DATA TERMINAL
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Parameter
Range
Units
+7.0
V
-0.3 to +5.5
V
15
mA
-0.3 to VCC +0.3V
V
Storage Temperature Range
-65 to +150
°C
Operating Case Temperature Range
-55 to +125
°C
Supply Voltage
Logic Input Voltage
Clock Output Current (Pin 18 - Plug-in)
Clock In (Pin 17 - Plug-in)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
(VCC = 5.0V ±10%, TC = -55°C to +125°C)
Sym
Parameter / Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Units
VIH
Logic "1" Input Voltage
2.0
-
-
V
VIL
Logic "0" Input Voltage
-
-
0.7
V
VOH
Logic "1" Output Voltage
See Pin assignments and Loading
VOL
Logic "0" Output Voltage
See Pin assignments and Loading
VIHC
Logic "1" Input Voltage (CLOCK)
VCC-0.5
-
V
VILC
Logic "0" Input Voltage (CLOCK)
-
GND+0.5
V
VOHC
Logic "1" Output Voltage (CLOCK)
VCC-0.3
-
V
VOLC
Logic "0" Output Voltage (CLOCK)
-
GND+0.3
V
lOC
Logic Supply Current
-
-
50
mA
lOSC
Oscillator / Clock Supply Current
8
13
mA
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS – PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND LOADING
In the following table, the symbols are defined as follows:
IIH= maximum input HIGH current with VIH = 2.5 volts
IIL = maximum input LOW current with VIL = 0.4 volts
IOH = maximum output HIGH current for VOH = 2.5 volts minimum
IOL = maximum output LOW current for VOL = 0.4 volts maximum
* Indicates use of an internal pull-up resistor
Pin No
Name
Plug
in
Flat
Pack
1
6
CT1820
IIH
IIL
(μA) (mA)
VCC
2
7
D8
3
8
D9
4
9
D10
5
10
D11
6
11
D12
7
12
8
-
-
CT1820-2
IOH IOL
(μA) (mA
-
-
Description
IOL
(mA)
-
+5V Power Input
20
-0.4 -1000 6.0
10.0
DATA SELECT 1
20
-0.4
A LOW on this input applies the contents of the SECOND RANK REC’V
REG to the D8-D15 I/O pins
13
A3*
20
-0.4
Part of 5 Bit ADDRESS INPUT
9
14
A2*
10
15
A1*
11
16
GROUND
12
17
A4*
13
18
A0*
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
Logic and power return
20
-0.4
MSB of 5 Bit ADDRESS INPUT
LSB of 5 Bit ADDRESS INPUT
14
19
VALID WORD
-400
4.0
4.0
A LOW on this output indicates receipt of avalid word
15
20
FAIL SAFE
-400
4.0
4.0
A HIGH on this output indicates termination of a transmitted message
that exceeds 768μs.
16
21
COMM / DATA SYNC
-400
4.0
4.0
A HIGH on this output indicates COMMAND (or STATUS) word
reception. A LOW indicates DATA word reception.
17
22
CLOCK IN
18
23
CLOCK OUT
19
24
S/T SELECT
20
25
CASE
21
26
DATA IN
20
-0.4
A HIGH on this input represents a positive state on the bus.
22
27
DATA IN
20
-0.4
A HIGH on this input represents a negative state on the bus. (Pins 21
and 22 must both be high when the bus is inactive.)
23
28
ENC ENA
20
-0.4
A LOW on this input initiates a transmit cycle.
24
29
SYNC SEL
20
-0.4
Actuates COMMAND (or STATUS) sync for an input LOW and DATA
sync for an input HIGH.
25
32
DATA OUT
-400
4.0
4.0
A HIGH on this output produces a positive state on the bus.
+100 +0.1
Input for 12MHz clock (20pf load).
-1000 1.0
20
1.0
Output of OSCILLATOR AND CLOCK DRIVER.
-0.4
A HIGH on this input sets the unit in the self test mode.
CASE CONNECTION
26
33
DATA OUT
-400
4.0
4.0
A HIGH on this output produces a negative state on the bus.
27
34
SEND DATA
-400
4.0
4.0
A HlGH on this output indicates data shifting during the transmit cycle.
28
35
ESC OUT
-1000 1.2
1.2
LOW to HIGH transitions on thls output during HIGH SEND DATA cause
the transmit cycle data shifting to occur.
29
36
XTAL
30
37
+5V (OSC/CLOCK)
31
38
DSC OUT
-1000 1.2
1.2
LOW to HIGH transitions on this output during LOW TAKE DATA cause
receive cycle data shifting to occur.
32
39
RT ENABLE
-400
4.0
A HIGH on this output indicates reception of a valid COMMAND (or
STATUS) word containing the terminalís address. It also resets the FAIL
SAFE.
A 12MHz (parallel resonant) crystal is connected between this pin and
ground.
+5V power for OSCILLATOR AND CLOCK POWER DRIVER.
4.0
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS – PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND LOADING con’t
In the following table, the symbols are defined as follows:
IIH= maximum input HIGH current with VIH = 2.5 volts
IIL = maximum input LOW current with VIL = 0.4 volts
IOH = maximum output HIGH current for VOH = 2.5 volts minimum
IOL = maximum output LOW current for VOL = 0.4 volts maximum
* Indicates use of an internal pull-up resistor
Pin No
Name
Plug
in
Flat
Pack
33
40
DEC RST
34
41
GROUND
CT1820
IIH
IIL
(μA) (mA)
20
CT1820-2
IOH IOL
(μA) (mA
Description
IOL
(mA)
-0.4
A LOW on this input (for 1µs minimum) resets the decoder to a condition ready for
a new word, resets the COMM / DATA SYNC output LOW, and resets the VALID
WORD output HIGH.
Logic and Power Return.
20
-0.4
35
42
OUTPUT INH
36
43
SERIAL DATA OUT
-400
4.0
4.0
The received serial data in NRZ format is available at this pin during
LOW TAKE DATA.
37
44
TAKE DATA
-400
4.0
4.0
A LOW on this output indicates data shifting during the receive cycle.
38
45
MRST
39
46
BROADCAST*
-400
4.0
4.0
A HIGH on this output indicates reception of a valid COMMAND (or
STATUS) word containing all ONES in the address field.
40
47
MODE CODE*
-600
6.0
6.0
A LOW on this output indicates reception of a valid COMMAND (or
STATUS) word containing all ONES or all ZEROS in the sub-address
field.
41
48
D6
20
-0.4 -1000 6.0
10.0
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
42
49
D7
43
50
DATA SELECT 2
20
-0.4
44
51
D5
20
-0.4 -1000 6.0
45
52
D0
LSB of 16BIT TRI-STATE I/O
46
53
D1
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
47
54
D2
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
48
55
D3
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
49
56
LATCH DATA 2
-0.4
50
57
D4
-0.4 -1000 6.0
51
58
LOAD DATA 2
-0.4
52
59
LATCH DATA 1
53
2
LOAD DATA 1
54
3
D13
55
4
D14
56
5
D15
-
1
NC
-
-
-
-
-
-
30
NC
-
-
-
-
-
-
31
NC
-
-
-
-
-
-
60
NC
-
-
-
-
-
20
A LOW on this input holds output pins 25 and 26 LOW.
-0.4
A LOW on this input (for 1μs minimum) interrupts and clears the
transmit cycle, resets the FAIL SAFE, and also performs the same
functions as DEC RST.
A LOW on this input applies the contents of the SECOND RANK REC’V
REG to the D0-D7 I/O pins.
10.0
Part of 16 Bit TRI-STATE l/O
A HIGH on this input allows the l/O data on D0-D7 to appear at the
output of the FIRST RANK XMT REG. A LOW on this input holds the
register outputs in their last state.
10.0
Part of 16 Bit TRl-STATE l/O
A LOW on this input loads the D0-D7 data into the SECOND RANK XMT
REG. A HIGH on this input then locks out the data inputs to permit serial
shifting.
A HIGH on this input allows the l/O data on D8-D15 to appear at the
output of the FIRST RANK XMT REG. A LOW on this input holds the
register outputs in their last state.
20
-0.4
A LOW on this input loads the D8-D15 data into the SECOND RANK
XMT REG. A HIGH on this input then locks out the data inputs to permit
serial shifting.
-0.4 -1000 6.0
10.0
Part of 16 Bit TRl-STATE l/O.
OPTIONAL SERIAL INPUT.
No Contact
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ENCODER ③ to ④. After the sync and Manchester coded
data are transmitted through the DATA OUT and DATA OUT
outputs, the ENCODER adds on the parity bit for that word
⑤.
TRANSMIT CYCLE OPERATION
ENCODER SHIFT CLOCK (ESC) (see Figure 3) operates at
the data rate (1MHz). A low at ENCODER ENABLE (ENC
ENA) during a falling edge of ESC ① starts the Transmit
cycle, which lasts for twenty ESC clock periods. The SYNC
SELECT (SYNC SEL) input is valid at the next low-to-high
transition of ESC 2 . A high at SYNC SEL will produce a data
sync, or a low will produce a command sync for that word.
If the transmitted word is to be the last word of the
transmission, ENC ENA must go high by ⑤ to prevent
initiation of another transmit cycle.
At any time, a low applied to OUTPUT INHIBIT will force both
DATA OUT and DATA OUT to a low state without affecting
any other operations.
Parallel data must be stable at the second rank transmit
register before SEND DATA goes high ③. Since ENC ENA
is not synchronous with ESC, the minimum time to ③ is
3μsec from ENC ENA leading edge.
The entire transmit cycle may be interrupted and cleared by
applying a minimum of 1μsec negative pulse to the MASTER
RESET (MRST) input.
The first-rank transmit register may be operated
transparently (LATCH DATA always high), or may be used to
hold data ready for transmission, independent of the activity
on the 16-line subsystem l/O bus. As long as LATCH DATA
is held high, data present on the subsystem l/O bus appears
at the output of the first rank transmit register. Stable data
may be latched and held at the first rank register output by
bringing LATCH DATA low. Data to be transmitted may be
latched any time before the low-to high transition of SEND
DATA (SEND DATA, when appled to the LOAD DATA
inputs, locks out the data inputs to the second rank transmit
register.) For multiple word transmissions, the next word
may be inputted and latched any time after ③, but before
the next low to-high transition of SEND DATA.
For 8-BlT I/O subsystems, D0 is tied to D8, D1 tied to D9,
etc., through D7 tied to D15, and data is inputted in 8-BlT
bytes by using LATCH DATA 1 and LATCH DATA 2 and/or
LOAD DATA 1 and LOAD DATA 2 independently.
For serial data applications, D15 input serves as the serial
transmit input. With LOAD DATA 1 held low and LATCH
DATA 1 held high, D15 input is applied to the ENCODERís
serial data input. Inputted data must be at the ESC rate with
the MSB starting at the low-to-high transition of SEND DATA.
If a message length ever exceeds 768μsec, the 768μsec
TIME OUT (FAIL SAFE) flag goes high, and DATA OUT and
DATA OUT are both forced to a low state. This condition will
remain until a valid command word (containing the
terminalís address) is received or until MRST goes low.
SEND DATA remains high for 16 ESC periods, during which
the parallel transmit data is clocked to the MANCHESTER
0
1
2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19
0
1
2
3
4
16
5
17
18
ESC
DON’T CARE
ENC ENA
SYNC SEL
VALID
VALID
DON’T CARE
DATA SELECT
LATCH DATA
DON’T CARE
DON’T CARE
DEPENDS ON "LATCH" TIMING
DON’T CARE
SEE
TEXT
DEPENDS ON "LATCH" TIMING
SEE
TEXT
OPTIONAL NEXT-WORD LATCH
OPTIONAL NEXT-WORD LATCH
SEND DATA
& LOAD DATA
DATA OUT
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
DATA OUT
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
IF USED
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 3 – TRANSMIT CYCLE TIMING
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19
Symbol
Description
Min
Max
Units
TE1
ENCODER ENABLE Set-up Time
100
-
ns
TE2
ENCODER ENABLE Hold Time
80
-
ns
TE3
SYNC SELECT Set-up Time
125
-
ns
TE4
SYNC SELECT Hold Time
150
-
ns
TE5
SEND DATA Delay Time
-
75
ns
TE6
LATCH DATA Hold Time
25
-
ns
TE7
LATCH DATA Set-up Time
50
-
ns
TE8, TE12 1/
Parallel Data Set-up Time
40
-
ns
TE9, TE13 1/
Parallel Data Hold Time
60
-
ns
TE10
DATA SELECT Disable Time
30
-
ns
TE11
DATA SELECT Hold Time
0
-
ns
NOTE:
1/ TE12 and TE13 apply when LATCH DATA is not used.
Figure 4 – ENCODER TIMING DETAIL
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RECEIVE CYCLE OPERATION
After all data has been loaded into the receive registers, the
data is checked for odd parity. A low on VALID WORD (VW)
output ③, indicates successful reception of a word without
any Manchester or parity errors. For consecutive word
receptions, VW will go high again in 3 to 3.5μs. In the
absence of succeeding valid syncs, VW will return high in
20μs. A DEC RST (low) at any time will reset VW high.
DECODER SHIFT CLOCK (DSC) (see Figure 5) operates at
the data rate (1MHz). When the DECODER recognises a
valid sync and two valid Manchester data bits ①, a receive
cycle is initiated. The new sync is indicated at the
COMMAND/DATA SYNC (C/D SYNC) output and the TAKE
DATA output goes low 2 . The C/D sync output will remain
in its valid state until a new sync is detected on a
subsequent word or until DECODER RESET (DEC RST) or
MRST goes low. A low at DEC RST or MRST causes C/D
SYNC to go low.
All decoded commands, including RT ENABLE (address
recognition), BROADCAST and MODE CODE are enabled
internally by VW and remain valid only as long as VW is low.
For 8-BIT l/O subsystems (D0 tied to D8, through D7 tied to
D15), data may be extracted in 8 BIT bytes by selectively
activating DATA SELECT 1 and DATA SELECT 2.
TAKE DATA remains low for 16 DSC periods during which
time the 16 serial data bits appear at the SERIAL DATA
OUTPUT (SDO). This data is simultaneously loaded into the
first-rank receive register. The low-to-high transition of
TAKE DATA ③ makes the new data available at the output
of the second-rank receive register. This data remains
available until the next low-to-high transitions of TAKE
DATA. It is not reset or cleared by any other signals. This
data is applied to the D0 to D15 I/O bus by setting DATA
SELECT lines low.
0
1
2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19
For serial data systems, SERIAL DATA OUTPUT is available
at the DSC rate from 2 to ③.
.
0
1
2
3
4
5
16
17
18
19
OSC
DATA IN
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
DATA IN
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
½ SYNC
½ SYNC
15
14
13
2
1
0
P
TAKE DATA
C/D SYNC
SDO
VW
VALID FOR CURRENT WORD
FROM PREVIOUS WORD
15
UNDEFINED
4
3
2
1
0
VALID FOR CURRENT WORD
15
UNDEFINED
4
3
2
1
0
FROM PREVIOUS WORD
DECODE COMMANDS
(see text)
NOT VALID
SECOND-RANK REC’V
REGISTER CONTENT
DATA SELECT
FROM PREVIOUS WORD
OPTIONAL–HIGH = TRISTATE HI-Z AT D0 TO D15
3
2
4
Figure 5 – RECEIVE CYCLE TIMING
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VALID
NEW DATA
NEW DATA
OPTIONAL–HIGH = TRISTATE HI-Z AT D0 TO D15
1
NOT VALID
VALID
Symbol
Description
Min
Max
Units
TD 1
TAKE DATA Delay On Time
-
125
ns
TD 2
TAKE DATA Delay Off Time
-
125
ns
TD 3
Sync Delay Time
-
60
ns
TD 4
VALID WORD Delay Time
-
125
ns
TD 5
BROADCAST Delay Time
-
70
ns
TD 6
RT ENABLE Delay Time
-
100
ns
TD 7
MODE CODE Delay Time
-
100
ns
TD 8
DATA SELECT Input Delay Time
0
-
ns
TD 9
Parallel Data Output Delay Time
-
60
ns
NOTE:
1/
1/ DATA SELECT may be applied at any tlme that the 16 line I/O is otherwise free. The parallel Data Out,
however, is not ’New Data’ until after TAKE DATA goes high.
Figure 6 – DECODER TIMING DETAIL
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SELF TEST FUNCTION
OSCILLATOR AND CLOCK DRIVER
A high on the S/T SELECT input sets the hybrid in the SELF
TEST mode. In this mode, the DATA and DATA output lines
are connected to the Decoder inputs so that the unit may
operate in the "wraparound" mode without actually going
through the data bus transceiver. Note that the DATA and
DATA output lines are active in this mode and the S/T
SELECT command must also be used to inhibit the data bus
transmitter to prevent arbitrary transmission on the data
bus.
The hybrid may be operated with either the internal clock
or an external clock source.
For internal clock operation, a 12MHz parallel-resonant
fundamental-mode crystal must be connected from XTAL
to ground. Power (+5V) must be applied to +5V
OSC/CLOCK POWER and CLOCK OUT must be connected
to CLOCK IN.
For external clock operation, no power is applied to +5V
OSC/CLOCK POWER and the external clock is applied to
CLOCK IN (CLOCK OUT not connected). The external clock
must be capable of driving a 20 picofarad load to within 0.5
volts of VCC and within 0.5 volts of ground with rise and fall
times of less than 10 nanoseconds. Standard TTL levels are
not satisfactory. For a normal 1MHz data rate, the clock
frequency must be 12MHz.
TERMINAL FAIL SAFE
In order to satisfy the Terminal Fail Safe requirements of
MIL-STD-1553B, the DATA and DATA output lines are
continuously monitored for length of message. A
transmitted message in excess of 768μs sets the FAIL SAFE
output high and terminates the transmission by setting both
DATA and DATA output lines low. As a redundant safety
factor, the FAlLSAFE output may be applied to the lNHlBlT
input of the data bus transmitter (if so equipped). Further
transmissions are prevented until the FAIL SAFE flag is reset
either by reception of a valid command word containing the
terminal address or by a negative pulse on the MRST input.
FALSE RT ENABLE
Terminals that continuously monitor their own
transmissions are subject to "END-AROUND" operation
due to a false RT ENABLE. The terminal can erroneously
interpret its own status word as a new command word. If no
measures are taken to prevent or re-set RT ENABLE, it will
remain high for 20μs or until the DECODER recognises a
new valid sync (whichever time is shorter).
Note: Transmissions containing gaps of 3μs or less are
considered continuous, even if the gap is caused by a MRST
pulse.
RT ENABLE may be inhibited by interrupting the RECEIVE
CYCLE during a status word transmission. Inverted SEND
DATA applied to DEC RST will prevent reception of the
status word.
TERMINAL ADDRESS LINES
The five-bit terminal address is set by hard wiring the 5-BlT
ADDRESS lines. The hybrid contains internal pull-up
resistors so that logic "1" lines may be left open circuited.
Logic "0" lines must be grounded.
If continuous monitoring is required, RT ENABLE may be
reset immediately after it goes high by a 1μs (minimum) low
at DEC RST. The status word will then be available at the
second-rank receive register.
In operation, RT ENABLE goes high when a valid command
word containing the hard-wired address is received. See
"RECEIVE CYCLE OPERATION" for timing.
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PIN OUT DESCRIPTION (PLUG-IN)
Pin
#
Function
Pin
#
PIN OUT DESCRIPTION (FLAT PACK)
Pin
#
Function
Function
Pin
#
Function
1
VCC
29
XTAL
1
NC
31
NC
2
D8
30
+5V (OSC/CLOCK)
2
LOAD DATA 1
32
DATA OUT
3
D9
31
DSC OUT
3
D13
33
DATA OUT
4
D10
32
RT ENABLE
4
D14
34
SEND DATA
5
D11
33
DEC RST
5
D15
35
ESC OUT
6
D12
34
GROUND
6
VCC
36
XTAL
7
DATA SELECT 1
35
OUTPUT INH
7
D8
37
+5V (OSC/CLOCK)
8
A3
36
SERIAL DATA OUT
8
D9
38
DSC OUT
9
D10
39
RT ENABLE
9
A2
37
TAKE DATA
10
D11
40
DEC RST
10
A1
38
MRST
11
D12
41
GROUND
11
GROUND
39
BROADCAST
12
DATA SELECT 1
42
OUTPUT INH
12
A4
40
MODE CODE
13
A3
43
SERIAL DATA OUT
13
A0
41
D6
14
A2
44
TAKE DATA
14
VALID WORD
42
D7
15
A1
45
MRST
15
FAI L SAFE
43
DATA SELECT 2
16
GROUND
46
BROADCAST
16
COMM/DATA SYNC
44
D5
17
A4
47
MODE CODE
17
CLOCK IN
45
D0
18
A0
48
D6
18
CLOCK OUT
46
D1
19
VALID WORD
49
D7
19
S/T SELECT
47
D2
20
FAIL SAFE
50
DATA SELECT 2
20
CASE
48
D3
21
COMM/DATA SYNC
51
D5
21
DATA IN
49
LATCH DATA 2
22
CLOCK IN
52
D0
22
DATA IN
50
D4
23
CLOCK OUT
53
D1
23
ENC ENA
51
LOAD DATA 2
24
S/T SELECT
54
D2
24
SYNC SEL
52
LATCH DATA 1
25
CASE
55
D3
25
DATA OUT
53
LOAD DATA 1
26
DATA IN
56
LATCH DATA 2
26
DATA OUT
54
D13
27
DATA IN
57
D4
27
SEND DATA
55
D14
28
ENC ENA
58
LOAD DATA 2
29
SYNC SEL
59
LATCH DATA 1
28
ESC OUT
56
D15
30
NC
60
NC
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Top View
Inches
.002
.018
.100
.200
.450
.900
1.155
1.900
2.155
mm
.05
.46
2.54
5.08
11.43
22.86
29.34
48.26
54.74
NO T E S :
1. Dimensions are in inches.
2. Metric equivalents are given for general information only.
3. Unless otherwise specified, tolerances are ± .005 (0.13 mm) for three place decimals.
Plug-In Package Outline
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Top View
.065
±.005
Inches
.002
.005
.010
.015
.065
.147
.350
1.015
1.450
1.590
.147
MAX
mm
.05
.13
.254
.38
1.65
3.73
8.89
25.78
36.83
40.39
NOT ES:
1. Dimensions are in inches.
2. Metric equivalents are given for general information only.
Flat Package Outline
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ORDERING INFORMATION
Aeroflex Part #
DSCC SMD #
Screening
CT1820
-
CT1820-FP
-
Military Temperature, -55°C to +125°C
Screened in accordance with
MIL-PRF-38534, Class H
CT1820-2
-
Plug-in
CT1820-2-FP
-
Flat Pack
CT1820-001-1
CT1820-001-2
5962-9063601HXC
5962-9063601HXA
CT1820-2-001-1
CT1820-2-001-2
5962-9063602HXC
5962-9063602HXA
CT1820-201-1
5962-9063601HYC
CT1820-2-201-1
5962-9063602HYC
Per DSCC SMD 5962-90636
Package
Plug-in
Flat Pack
Plug-in
Flat Pack
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