ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual (Rev. 1.0)

ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite®
Evaluation System Manual
Revision 1.0, May 2014
Part Number
82-000707-01
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
Norwood, Mass. 02062-9106
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Trademark and Service Mark Notice
The Analog Devices logo, Blackfin, CrossCore, EngineerZone, EZ-Board,
and EZ-KIT Lite are registered trademarks of Analog Devices, Inc.
Blackfin+ is a trademark of Analog Devices, Inc.
All other brand and product names are trademarks or service marks of
their respective owners.
Regulatory Compliance
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite is designed to be used solely in a laboratory environment. The board is not intended for use as a consumer end
product or as a portion of a consumer end product. The board is an open
system design which does not include a shielded enclosure and therefore
may cause interference to other electrical devices in close proximity. This
board should not be used in or near any medical equipment or RF devices.
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite is in the process of being certified to comply with the essential requirements of the European EMC directive
2004/108/EC and therefore carries the “CE” mark.
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system contains ESD (electrostatic discharge)
sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human
body and equipment and can discharge without detection. Permanent damage may occur on devices subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD
precautions are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of
functionality. Store unused EZ-KIT Lite boards in the protective shipping
package.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
Product Overview ............................................................................ x
Purpose of This Manual ................................................................ xiii
Intended Audience ........................................................................ xiii
Manual Contents ........................................................................... xiv
What’s New in This Manual ........................................................... xiv
Technical Support ........................................................................... xv
Supported Processors ....................................................................... xv
Supported Tools ............................................................................. xvi
Product Information ...................................................................... xvi
Analog Devices Web Site .......................................................... xvi
EngineerZone .......................................................................... xvii
Notation Conventions ................................................................... xvii
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USING ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE
Package Contents ......................................................................... 1-2
ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board ............................................................... 1-3
Default Configuration .................................................................. 1-3
EZ-KIT Lite Installation ............................................................... 1-5
EZ-KIT Lite Session Startup ......................................................... 1-6
Evaluation License ........................................................................ 1-8
DDR2 Memory ............................................................................ 1-8
SPI Flash ...................................................................................... 1-9
Housekeeping ADC .................................................................... 1-10
UART0 Interface ........................................................................ 1-10
CAN0 Interface .......................................................................... 1-10
CAN1 Interface .......................................................................... 1-11
USB Interface ............................................................................. 1-11
SD Interface ............................................................................... 1-12
Debug Interface .......................................................................... 1-12
Power-On-Self Test ..................................................................... 1-12
Expansion Interface .................................................................... 1-13
Power Architecture ..................................................................... 1-13
Power Measurements .................................................................. 1-14
Example Programs ...................................................................... 1-14
Reference Design Information ..................................................... 1-15
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ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE HARDWARE REFERENCE
System Architecture ...................................................................... 2-2
Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig) .................................... 2-3
Overview of SoftConfig ........................................................... 2-3
SoftConfig on the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE ...................... 2-7
Programming SoftConfig Switches ........................................... 2-8
Push Buttons and Switches .......................................................... 2-16
Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1) ............................................ 2-17
Reset Push Button (SW2) ...................................................... 2-17
GPIO Push Buttons (SW3-4) ................................................ 2-17
Jumpers ...................................................................................... 2-18
Power Jumpers (P8-12, P14-18) ............................................. 2-18
LEDs .......................................................................................... 2-19
GPIO LEDs (LED3–5) ......................................................... 2-20
Reset LED (LED6) ................................................................ 2-20
Power LED (LED2) ............................................................... 2-20
SYS_FAULT LED (LED1) ..................................................... 2-20
Connectors ................................................................................. 2-21
Expansion Interface III Connectors (P1A-C) .......................... 2-22
Power Connector (P13) ......................................................... 2-22
USB to UART Connector (P6) .............................................. 2-22
USB Connector (P5) ............................................................. 2-23
RF Wireless Connector (J3) ................................................... 2-23
HADC SMC Connectors (J7, J8, J9) ..................................... 2-23
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HADC Connector (JP1) ....................................................... 2-24
SD Connector (J6) ................................................................ 2-24
CAN0 Connector (J4) ........................................................... 2-24
CAN1 Connector (J5) ........................................................... 2-25
JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P3) ....................................... 2-25
TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P2) .................... 2-25
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE BILL OF MATERIALS
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE SCHEMATIC
INDEX
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite®, Analog
Devices, Inc. low-cost evaluation system for the ADSP-BF70x Blackfin®
processors.
The ADSP-BF707 processor is a member of the Blackfin family of products. Blackfin processors combine a dual-MAC state-of-the-art signal
processing engine, the advantages of a clean, orthogonal RISC-like microprocessor instruction set, and single-instruction, multiple-data (SIMD)
multimedia capabilities into a single instruction-set architecture. New
enhancements to the Blackfin+™ core add 32-bit MAC and 16-bit complex MAC support, cache enhancements, branch prediction and other
instruction set improvements—all while maintaining instruction set compatibility to previous Blackfin products.
The EZ-KIT Lite is shipped with all of the necessary hardware—you can
start the evaluation immediately. The package contains the standalone
evaluation board, CE-approved power supply, and USB cable. The
EZ-KIT Lite version ships with an ICE-1000 emulator, while the
EZ-Board® version is supported by the ICE-1000 or ICE-2000 emulator.
Expansion Interface III is provided for connecting a camera or audio
extender board.
Traditional mechanical switches for changing the board’s factory setup
have been removed in favor of I2C controlled software switches. The only
remaining mechanical switches are the boot mode switch and push
buttons.
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Product Overview
The evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the
CrossCore® Embedded Studio (CCES) development tools to test capabilities of the ADSP-BF707 Blackfin processors. The CCES development
environment aids advanced application code development and debug,
such as:
• Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written
in C++, C, and assembly
• Load, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application programs
• Read and write data and program memory
• Read and write core and peripheral registers
Product Overview
The board features:
• Analog Devices ADSP-BF707 processor
• 184-ball BGA package
• 25 MHz CLKIN core oscillator
• DDR2 memory (DMC0) chip
• 128M x 16-bit (2G bit)
• Micron MT47H128M16
• Quad SPI Flash (SPI2)
• 32M bit serial flash memory
• Winbond W25Q32
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• RF Wireless
• 4 x 2 connector
• 0.05” socket
• Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART0)
• FTDI FT232RQ USB to UART converter
• USB Mini B connector
• Controller Area Network (CAN) interfaces
• CAN0—NXP TJA1041 transceiver and RJ11 connector
• CAN1—NXP TJA1041 transceiver and RJ11 connector
• USB0 interface
• Micro AB connector
• HADC
• VIN0 RTC battery through jumper
• VIN1 timer through RC
• VIN2 0.1” header
• VIN3 0.1” header
• RTC
• 16MM coin connector
• 3V 125 mAh Li-ion
• CR1632
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Product Overview
• RESET controller
• Analog Devices ADM6315 microprocessor supervisory
circuits
• Debug (JTAG/SWD/TRACE) interface
• JTAG/SWD/SWO 10-pin 0.05” header for use with ADI
emulators
• TRACE/JTAG/SWD 38-pin Mictor header
• Power measurement
•
INA3221 to measure 3V, VDD_INT and VDD_EXT
•
INA230 to measure VDD_DMC0
• LEDs
• Six LEDs: one power (green), one board reset (red), one
SYS_FAULT (red), and three general-purpose (amber)
• Push buttons
• Three push buttons: one reset and two IRQ/Flag
• Expansion Interface III connectors (EI3)
• SMC0
• PPI
• SPORT
• SPI
• UART
• TWI
• TMR
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• GPIOs
• PWR_IN
• GND/3.3V output
• External power supply
• CE compliant
• 5V @ 3.6 Amps
• Other features
• SD/MMC memory connector
• Boot mode switch
• 0.05-ohm resistors for processor current measurement
For information about the hardware components of the EZ-KIT Lite,
refer to ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Bill Of Materials.
Purpose of This Manual
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual provides
instructions for installing the product hardware (board). The text
describes operation and configuration of the board components and provides guidelines for running your own code on the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT
Lite. Finally, a schematic and a bill of materials are provided for reference.
Intended Audience
The primary audience for this manual is a programmer who is familiar
with Analog Devices processors. This manual assumes that the audience
has a working knowledge of the appropriate processor architecture,
instruction set, and C/C++ programming languages.
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Manual Contents
Programmers who are unfamiliar with Analog Devices processors can use
this manual, but should supplement it with other texts (such as the
ADSP-BF70x Blackfin+ Processor Hardware Reference and the
ADSP-BF70x Blackfin+ Processor Programming Reference) that describe
your target architecture.
Programmers who are unfamiliar with CrossCore Embedded Studio
should refer to the CCES online help.
Manual Contents
The manual consists of:
• Chapter 1, Using ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite
Describes EZ-KIT Lite functionality from a programmer’s perspective and provides a simplified memory map of the processor.
• Chapter 2, ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Hardware Reference
Provides information about the EZ-KIT Lite hardware
components.
• Appendix A, ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Bill Of Materials
Provides a list of hardware components used to manufacture the
EZ-KIT Lite board.
• Appendix B, ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic
Lists the resources for board-level debugging.
What’s New in This Manual
This is the first revision (Revision 1.0) of the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite
Evaluation System Manual.
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Technical Support
You can reach Analog Devices processors and DSP technical support in
the following ways:
• Post your questions in the processors and DSP support community
at EngineerZone®:
http://ez.analog.com/community/dsp
• Submit your questions to technical support directly at:
http://www.analog.com/support
• E-mail your questions about processors and processor applications
to:
[email protected] or
[email protected] (Greater China support)
• Contact your Analog Devices sales office or authorized distributor.
Locate one at:
www.analog.com/adi-sales
• Send questions by mail to:
Processors and DSP Technical Support
Analog Devices, Inc.
Three Technology Way
P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
Supported Processors
This evaluation system supports Analog Devices ADSP-BF707 Blackfin
processors.
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Supported Tools
Supported Tools
Information on supported tools for the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite and
the ADSP-BF70x family of Blackfin processors is available at:
http://www.analog.com/BF707EZKit
Product Information
Product information can be obtained from the Analog Devices Web site
and the online help system.
Analog Devices Web Site
The Analog Devices Web site, www.analog.com, provides information
about a broad range of products—analog integrated circuits, amplifiers,
converters, and digital signal processors.
To access a complete technical library for each processor family, go to
http://www.analog.com/processors/technical_library. The manuals
selection opens a list of current manuals related to the product as well as a
link to the previous revisions of the manuals. When locating your manual
title, note a possible errata check mark next to the title that leads to the
current correction report against the manual.
Also note, myAnalog.com is a free feature of the Analog Devices Web site
that allows customization of a Web page to display only the latest
information about products you are interested in. You can choose to
receive weekly e-mail notifications containing updates to the Web pages
that meet your interests, including documentation errata against all manuals. myAnalog.com provides access to books, application notes, data sheets,
code examples, and more.
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Visit myAnalog.com (found on the Analog Devices home page) to sign up.
If you are a registered user, just log on. Your user name is your e-mail
address.
EngineerZone
EngineerZone is a technical support forum from Analog Devices. It allows
you direct access to ADI technical support engineers. You can search
FAQs and technical information to get quick answers to your embedded
processing and DSP design questions.
Use EngineerZone to connect with other DSP developers who face similar
design challenges. You can also use this open forum to share knowledge
and collaborate with the ADI support team and your peers. Visit
http://ez.analog.com to sign up.
Notation Conventions
Text conventions used in this manual are identified and described as
follows.
Example
Description
File > Close
Titles in reference sections indicate the location of an item within the
CCES environment’s menu system (for example, the Close command
appears on the File menu).
{this | that}
Alternative required items in syntax descriptions appear within curly
brackets and separated by vertical bars; read the example as this or
that. One or the other is required.
[this | that]
Optional items in syntax descriptions appear within brackets and separated by vertical bars; read the example as an optional this or that.
[this,…]
Optional item lists in syntax descriptions appear within brackets delimited by commas and terminated with an ellipse; read the example as an
optional comma-separated list of this.
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Example
Description
.SECTION
Commands, directives, keywords, and feature names are in text with
letter gothic font.
filename
Non-keyword placeholders appear in text with italic style format.

Note: For correct operation, ...
A Note provides supplementary information on a related topic. In the
online version of this book, the word Note appears instead of this
symbol.

Caution: Incorrect device operation may result if ...
Caution: Device damage may result if ...
A Caution identifies conditions or inappropriate usage of the product
that could lead to undesirable results or product damage. In the online
version of this book, the word Caution appears instead of this symbol.

Warning: Injury to device users may result if ...
A Warning identifies conditions or inappropriate usage of the product
that could lead to conditions that are potentially hazardous for the
devices users. In the online version of this book, the word Warning
appears instead of this symbol.
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
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LITE
This chapter provides information to assist you with development of programs for the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system.
The following topics are covered.
• Package Contents
• ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board
• Default Configuration
• EZ-KIT Lite Installation
• EZ-KIT Lite Session Startup
• Evaluation License
• DDR2 Memory
• SPI Flash
• Housekeeping ADC
• UART0 Interface
• CAN0 Interface
• CAN1 Interface
• USB Interface
• SD Interface
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Package Contents
• Debug Interface
• Power-On-Self Test
• Expansion Interface
• Power Architecture
• Power Measurements
• Example Programs
• Reference Design Information
Package Contents
Your ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite package contains the following items.
• ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board
• Universal 5V DC power
• USB A to micro B cable
• USB micro A to A receptacle cable
• ICE-1000 (only in the EZ-LIT Lite version)
• Standoffs and screws in a bag
• Release note
• 2GB SD card
Contact the vendor where you purchased your EZ-KIT Lite or contact
Analog Devices, Inc. if any item is missing.
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ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite is shipped with an ICE-1000 emulator.
When the product is not shipped with the emulator, it is referred to as the
ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board.

The EZ-Board requires an ICE-1000 or ICE-2000 emulator.
Default Configuration
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite board is designed to run as a standalone
unit.
When removing the EZ-KIT Lite board from the package, handle the
board carefully to avoid the discharge of static electricity, which can damage some components.
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system contains ESD (electrostatic discharge)
sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human body
and equipment and can discharge without detection. Permanent damage may
occur on devices subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD precautions are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality. Store unused EZ-KIT Lite boards in the protective shipping package.
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Default Configuration
Figure 1-1 shows the default jumper settings and boot mode switch used
in installation. Confirm that your board is in the default configuration
before using the board.
Figure 1-1. Default EZ-KIT Lite Hardware Setup
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EZ-KIT Lite Installation
It is assumed that the CrossCore Embedded Studio software is installed
and running on your PC.
Follow these instructions to ensure correct operation of the product software and hardware.
Step 1: Connecting an emulator to the EZ-KIT Lite.
1. Plug one side of the included USB cable into the USB connector of
the emulator. Plug the other side into a USB port of the PC.
2. The status LED (labeled STATUS) should light up green if the connection with the PC is working and the appropriate Windows
driver is installed. Please refer to the appropriate emulator manual
if the status LED does not turn on.
3. Attach the emulator header (J2 on the bottom of the ICE-1000 to
the P3 connector on the EZ-KIT Lite.
Step 2: Attach the provided cord and appropriate plug to the 5V power
adaptor.
1. Plug the jack-end of the assembled power adaptor into the power
connector P13 (labeled 5V) on the EZ-KIT Lite.
2. Plug the other side of the power adaptor into a power outlet. The
power LED (labeled PWR) lights green when power is applied to the
board.
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EZ-KIT Lite Session Startup
EZ-KIT Lite Session Startup
It is assumed that the CrossCore Embedded Studio software is installed
and running on your PC.
If you connect the board or emulator first (before installing
 Note:
CCES) to the PC, the Windows driver wizard may not find the
board drivers.
1. Navigate to the CCES environment via the Start menu.
Note that CCES is not connected to the target board.
2. Use the Debug Configurations wizard to connect to the EZ-KIT
Lite board.
If a debug configuration exists already, select the appropriate
configuration and click Debug. Go to step 8.
To create a debug configuration, do one of the following:
• Click the down arrow next to the bug icon
Debug Configurations
, select
• Choose Run > Debug Configurations.
The Debug Configuration dialog box appears.
3. Select CrossCore Embedded Studio Application and click
(New launch configuration).
The Select Processor page of the Session Wizard appears.
4. Ensure Blackfin is selected in Processor family. In Processor type,
select ADSP-BF707. Click Next.
The Select Connection Type page of the Session Wizard appears.
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5. Select Emulator and click Next.
The Select Platform page of the Session Wizard appears.
6. Choose the type of emulator that is connected to the EZ-KIT Lite.
7. Click Finish to close the wizard.
The new debug configuration is created and added to the Debug
Configurations list.
8. In the Name edit box, users can select an appropriate name to
describe the configuration, otherwise a default name is provided.
9. In the Program(s) to load section, choose the program to load (if
the appropriate program is not already populated) when connecting to the board. If not loading any program upon connection to
the target, do not make any changes.
connected to the target, there is no way to choose a program
 toWhile
download. To load a program once connected, terminate the
session and then load the new program.
a configuration, go to the Debug Configurations dialog
 Toboxdelete
and select the configuration to delete. Click
and choose Yes
when asked if you wish to delete the selected launch configuration.
Then Close the dialog box.
disconnect from the target board, click the terminate button
 Toor choose
Run > Terminate.
To delete a session, choose Target > Session > Session List. Select
the session name from the list and click Delete. Click OK.
default configurations that show up in the CCES Debug Con The
figurations wizard are for JTAG mode debugging only. To use
SWD mode, a new platform will need to be created using the Target Configurator.
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Evaluation License
Evaluation License
When starting CCES for the first time, you will be prompted to install
either a 90-day evaluation license or a permanent, full license. To automatically install an unrestricted 90-day evaluation license, select “I do not
have a serial number and would like to evaluate the product”. If the evaluation license is installed but not activated, it allows 10 days of unrestricted
use and then becomes disabled. The license can be re-enabled by activation. Once activated, the evaluation license offers 90 days of unrestricted
use and then becomes permanently disabled.
An evaluation license can be upgraded to a full license. Licenses can be
purchased from:
• Analog Devices directly. Call (800) 262-5645 or 781-937-2384 or
go to:
http://www.analog.com/buyonline.
• Analog Devices, Inc. local sales office or authorized distributor. To
locate one, go to:
www.analog.com/adi-sales.
EZ-KIT Lite hardware must be connected and powered up to
 The
use CCES with a valid evaluation or full license.
DDR2 Memory
The ADSP-BF707 processor connects to a 2Gb Micron MT47H128M16
chip through the Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (DDR2 SDRAM) controller. The DDR2 memory
controller on the processor and the DDR2 memory chip are powered by
the on-board 1.8V regulator. Data is transferred between the processor
and DDR2 on both the rising and falling edges of the DDR2 clock. The
DDR2 controller on the processor can operate at a maximum clock frequency of 200 MHz.
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With a CCES session running and connected to the EZ-KIT Lite via an
emulator, the DDR2 registers are configured automatically each time the
processor is reset through a soft reset using CCES. The values are used
whenever DDR2 is accessed through the debugger (for example, when
viewing memory or loading a program).
To disable the automatic setting of the DDR2 registers, select Target
Options from the Session menu in CCES and uncheck Use XML reset
values.
An example program is included in the EZ-KIT Lite installation directory
to demonstrate how to set up and access the DDR2 interface. For more
information on how to initialize the registers after a reset, refer to the
hardware reference manual.
SPI Flash
The ADSP-BF707 processor has three SPI interfaces: SPI0, SPI1, and
SPI2. SPI2 is connected to a Winbond W25Q32BC 32 Mb serial flash
memory with dual and quad SPI support. This flash is used for booting
and scratchpad space.
Quad mode is enabled by default. The processor flag signals, PB_15
(SPI2_SEL1), PB_13 (SPI2_D2), and PB_14 (SPI2_D3) are connected by
default and can be disconnected by using SoftConfig. Refer to Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig) for more information.
For more information, refer to the SPI flash example in the POST, which
is included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package.
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Housekeeping ADC
Housekeeping ADC
The ADSP-BF707 processor provides four housekeeping ADC inputs:
HADC0_VIN0 through HADC_VIN3. The EZ-KIT Lite connects HADC0_VIN0 to
pin 2 of a four position 0.1” header (JP1). JP1 has VDD_RTC voltage domain
on pin 1, allowing a jumper to connect the voltage back to the processor.
Pin 4 of JP1 connects through an RC timer to HADC0_VIN1.
and HADC_VIN3 are connected to SMC connectors (J7 and J8).
Refer to ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic for more information.
HADC_VIN2
UART0 Interface
The ADSP-BF707 processor has two built-in universal asynchronous
transmitters (UARTs). UART0 is connected to an FTDI, FT232RQ, USB
to UART converter IC (U45).
The UART functionality is connected by default through SoftConfig.
Refer to Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig) for more
information.
For more information, refer to the UART0 example in the POST, which
is included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package.
CAN0 Interface
The Controller Area Network 0 (CAN0) interface of the EZ-KIT Lite is
connected to the NXP TJA1041 CAN transceiver (U46). The transceiver is
attached to the CAN0 port of the ADSP-BF707processor via an RJ-11 connector (J4). See CAN0 Connector (J4).
The CAN0 transmit, receive, and error signals are connected through the
SoftConfig switches and disabled by default. CAN0_EN is enabled by default
and CAN0_STB is disabled. See Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig).
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For more information, refer to the CAN0 example in the POST, which is
included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package.
CAN1 Interface
The Controller Area Network 1 (CAN1) interface of the EZ-KIT Lite is
connected to the NXP TJA1041 CAN transceiver (U47). The transceiver is
attached to the CAN1 port of the ADSP-BF707 processor via an RJ-11 connector (J5). See CAN1 Connector (J5).
The CAN1 transmit and receive signals are connected through the SoftConfig switches and enabled by default. CAN1_EN is enabled by default.
CAN1_ERR_EN (error) and CAN1_STB are disabled. See Software-Controlled
Switches (SoftConfig).
For more information, refer to the CAN1 example in the POST, which is
included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package.
USB Interface
The ADSP-BF707 processor has an integrated USB PHY; the EZ-KIT
Lite provides a micro AB connector. The board supports USB high speed
mode.
The board supplies a maximum of 5V at 500 mA to a peripheral device by
enabling the FET switch (U40). The USB controller controls the FET
switch through the USB0_VBC signal.
To learn about the processor’s device and host modes, refer to the USB
example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package. For more information, refer to the hardware reference
manual.
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SD Interface
SD Interface
The ADSP-BF707 processor has a secure digital (SD) interface that consists of a clock pin, command pin, card detect pin, and an 8-bit data bus.
SoftConfig controls the connection of the card detect pin (PA_08) and a
GPIO pin used for write protect (PB_07). Refer to Software-Controlled
Switches (SoftConfig) and SD Connector (J6) for more details.
An example program is included in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support
Package.
Debug Interface
The EZ-KIT Lite provides a JTAG/SWD/SWO connection via connector
(P3), which is a 0.05” pitch header. An 8-bit trace connection also is available via connector (P2), although this is not supported at this time. See
JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P3) and TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO
Connector (P2) for more information.
Power-On-Self Test
The Power-On-Self-Test Program (POST) tests all EZ-KIT Lite peripherals and validates functionality as well as connectivity to the processor.
Once assembled, each EZ-KIT Lite is fully tested for an extended period
of time with POST. All EZ-KIT Lite boards are shipped with POST preloaded into flash memory. The POST is executed by resetting the board
and pressing the proper push button(s). The POST also can be used as a
reference for a custom software design or hardware troubleshooting.
Note that the source code for the POST program is included in the
ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package along with the readme.txt file that
describes how the board is configured to run POST.
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Expansion Interface
The expansion interface allows a custom-design daughter board to be
tested across various hardware platforms that have the same expansion
interface.
The Expansion Interface III (EI3) implemented on the ADSP-BF707
EZ-KIT Lite consists of three connectors: P1A, P1B, and P1C. The connectors contain a majority of the processor’s signals. For pinout
information, go to ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic.
Limits to current and interface speed must be taken into consideration
when using the expansion interface. Current for extenders connected to
the EI3 connectors can be sourced from the EZ-KIT Lite; therefore, the
current should be limited to 250 mA for 5V, and 300 mA from the 3.3V
planes. If more current is required, a separate power connector and a regulator must be designed on the daughter card. Additional circuitry
implemented on extender cards can add extra loading to signals, decreasing their maximum effective speed.
Devices does not support and is not responsible for the
 Analog
effects of additional circuitry.
Power Architecture
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite has three primary voltage domains: 3.3V,
1.1V, and 1.8V. The power input is a 5V wall adaptor.
The Analog Devices ADP5024 controller provides all three voltage levels,
3.3V for the VDD_EXT signal and the 3.3V power requirements of the
board, the VDD_INT signal (1.1V), as well as the VDD_DMC0 signal (1.8V).
The voltage levels can be measured using INA3221 IC (U48) for 3.3V,
VDD_INT, and VDD_EXT. Current consumption of the power rail could be
measured with this same device when the corresponding jumper is
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Power Measurements
removed. See Power Measurements for more information. The voltage
level of VDD_DMC0 can be measured by using the INA230 IC (U31) and the
current consumption of the domain, if the jumper is removed. See Power
Measurements section for more information
A FET switch (U40) controls the 5V to the USB devices over the
USB0_VBUS signal.
Power Measurements
Locations are provided for measuring the current draw from various power
planes. Precision 0.05 ohm shunt resistors are available on the VDD_EXT,
VDD_INT, USB0_VBUS, and 3.3V and voltage domains. For current draw, the
jumper is removed, voltage across the resistor can be measured using an
oscilloscope, and the value of the resistor can be measured using a precision multi-meter. Once voltage and resistance are measured, the current
can be calculated by dividing the voltage by the resistance. For the highest
accuracy, a differential probe should be used for measuring the voltage
across the resistor.
There are also ICs (U48 and U31) that can be used to measure the current
consumption of each power rail in software when the jumper is removed.
For more information, refer to Power Jumpers (P8-12, P14-18).
Example Programs
Example programs are provided with the ADSP-BF707 Board Support
Package to demonstrate various capabilities of the product. The programs
can be found in the ADSP-BF707_EZ-Board-Rel1.0.0\examples folder.
The number after the “Rel” could be higher for newer versions. Refer to a
readme file provided with each example for more information.
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Reference Design Information
A reference design info package is available for download on the Analog
Devices Web site. The package provides information on the design, layout, fabrication, and assembly of the EZ-KIT Lite.
The information can be found at:
http://www.analog.com/BF707EZKit
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2 ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE
HARDWARE REFERENCE
This chapter describes the hardware design of the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT
Lite board.
The following topics are covered.
• System Architecture
Describes the board’s configuration and explains how the board
components interface with the processor.
• Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig)
Lists and describes the processor signals routed through the software-controlled switches.
• Push Buttons and Switches
Shows the locations and describes the push buttons and switches.
• Jumpers
Shows the locations and describes the configuration jumpers.
• LEDs
Shows the locations and describes the LEDs.
• Connectors
Shows the locations and provides part numbers for the on-board
connectors. In addition, the manufacturer and part number information is provided for the mating parts.
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System Architecture
This section describes the processor’s configuration on the EZ-KIT Lite
board (Figure 2-1).
USB
CAN
RJ11
CAN
RJ11
NXP
TJA1041
NXP
TJA1041
CAN0
CAN1
USB otg
24 MHz
Oscillator
UART0
USB0
CLKIN
25 MHz
Oscillator
SPI2
ADSP-BF707
BGA 400MHz
Debug
Port
JTAG/SWD/SWO
10 pin 0.05"
32 Mbit Quad
SPI Flash
GPIO
FTDI
FT232RQ
TRACE
38 pin mictor
SPI2
RTC
DMC0
16mm
battery
holder
2GB
DDR2
PBs (2)
LEDs (3)
RF Wireless
MSI0
32.768 kHz
Oscillator
5V
ADP5024
EI3 (1A , 1B, 1C)
SD/MMC
Conn
1.8V
1.1V
3.3V
Figure 2-1. EZ-KIT Lite Block Diagram
This EZ-KIT Lite is designed to demonstrate the ADSP-BF707 processor’s capabilities. The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite has a 25 MHz input
clock and runs at 400 MHz internally.
USB circuitry and a micro USB AB connector are provided for connecting
to the EZ-KIT Lite as a host or a device. The frequency for the USB circuit is generated by an external 24 MHz oscillator.
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User I/O to the processor is provided in the form of two user push buttons
and three LEDs. The software-controlled switches (SoftConfig) facilitate
the switch multi-functionality by disconnecting the push buttons from
their associated processor pins and reusing the pins elsewhere on the
board. See ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic for more information.
Software-Controlled Switches
(SoftConfig)
On the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite, most of the traditional mechanical
switches have been replaced by I2C software-controlled switches. The
remaining mechanical switches are provided for the boot mode and push
buttons. Reference any SoftConfig*.c file found in the installation directory for an example of how to set up the SoftConfig feature of the
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite through software.
The SoftConfig section of this manual serves as a reference to any user
that intends to modify an existing software example. If software provided
from ADI is used, there should be little need to reference this section.
should be taken when changing SoftConfig settings not to
 Care
create a conflict with interfaces. This is especially true when connecting extender cards.
Overview of SoftConfig
In order to further clarify the use of electronic single FET switches and
multi-channel bus switches, an example of each is illustrated and compared to a traditional mechanical switching solution. This is a generic
example that uses the same FET and bus switch components that are on
the EZ-KIT Lite.
After this generic discussion there is a detailed explanation of the SoftConfig interface specific to the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite.
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Figure 2-2 shows two individual FET switches (Pericom PI3A125CEX)
with reference designators UA and UB. Net names ENABLE_A and ENABLE_B
control UA and UB. The default FET switch enable settings in this example are controlled by resistors RA and RB which pull the enable pin 1 of UA
and UB to ground (low). In a real example, these enable signals are controlled by the Microchip IO expander. The default pull-down resistors
connects the signals EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_A and EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_B and also
connects signals EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_C and EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_D. To disconnect
EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_A from EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_B, the Microchip IO expander is
used to change ENABLE_A to a logic 1 through software that interfaces with
the Microchip. The same procedure for ENABLE_B would disconnect EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_C from EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_D.
Figure 2-2. Example of Individual FET Switches
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Figure 2-3 shows the equivalent circuit to Figure 2-2 but utilizes mechanical switches that are in the same package. Notice the default is shown by
black boxes located closer to the ON label of the switches. In order to disconnect these switches, physically move the switch to the OFF position.
Figure 2-3. Example of Mechanical Switch Equivalent to Figure 2-2
Figure 2-4 shows a bus switch example, reference designator UC (Pericom
PI3LVD512ZHE), selecting between lettered functionality and numbered
functionality. The signals on the left side are multiplexed signals with
naming convention letter_number. The right side of the circuit shows the
signals separated into letter and number, with the number on the lower
group (eg. 0B1) and the letter on the upper group (eg. 0B2). The default
setting is controlled by the signal CONTROL_LETTER_NUMBER which is pulled
low. This selects the number signals on the right to be connected to the
multiplexed signals on the left by default. In this example, the Microchip
IO expander is not shown but controls the signal CONTROL_LETTER_NUMBER
and allows the user to change the selection through software.
Figure 2-5 shows the equivalent circuit to Figure 2-4 but utilizes mechanical switches. Notice the default for reference designators SWC and SWD is
illustrated by black boxes located closer to the ON label of the switches to
enable the number signals by default. Also notice the default setting for
reference designators SWE and SWF is OFF. In order to connect the letters
instead of the numbers, the user physically changes all switches on SWC and
SWD to the OFF position and all switches on SWE and SEF to the ON position.
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Figure 2-4. Example of Bus Switch
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Figure 2-5. Example of Mechanical Switch Equivalent to Figure 2-4
SoftConfig on the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT LITE
Two Microchip MCP23017 GPIO expanders provide control for individual electronic switches. The TWI0 interface of the processor
communicates with the Microchip devices.There are individual switches
with default settings that enable basic board functionality.
Table 2-1 lists the ADSP-BF707 processor and EZ-KIT Lite interfaces
that are available by default. Note that only interfaces affected by software
switches are listed in Table 2-1.
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Table 2-1. Default ADSP-BF707 Processor Interface Availability
Interface
Availability by Default
UART0
USB to UART conversion through U45 (FTDI FT232RQ) with flow
control
CAN0
Transmit/receive disabled
CAN1
Enabled
Push buttons
Enabled
LEDs
Enabled
Programming SoftConfig Switches
On the ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite, two Microchip MCP23017 devices
exist. Each of these devices have the following programming
characteristics:
• Each switch has two programmable GPIO registers.
GPIO Register
Register Address
GPIOA
0x12
GPIOB
0x13
• Each GPIO register controls eight signals (software switches).
• By default, the Microchip MCP23017 GPIO signals function as
input signals.
The signals must be programmed as output signals to override their
default values. The following tables (Table 2-2 and Table 2-3)
show the Microchip register addresses and the values that must be
written to them to program the signals as output signals.
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Table 2-2. IODIR for Hardware Address 0x41
IODIR Register IODIR Register Address Value to be Written to Program Signals
as Outputs
IODIRA
0x00
0x40
IODIRB
0x01
0x03
Table 2-3. IODIR for Hardware Address 0x42
IODIR Register IODIR Register Address Value to be Written to Program Signals
as Outputs
IODIRA
0x00
0x80
IODIRB
0x01
0x83
Each of the examples in the ADSP-BF707 Board Support Package include
source files that program the soft switches, even if the default settings are
being used. The README for each example identifies only the signals that
are being changed from their default values. The code that programs the
soft switches is located in the SoftConfig_BF707.c file, with a version
number suffix, in each example.
The following tables (Table 2-4 and Table 2-5) outline the default values
for each of the two Microchip MCP23017 devices.
Table 2-4. I2C Hardware Address 0x41
GPIO
MCP23017 Register Address
Default Value
GPIOA
0x12
0xF8
GPIOB
0x13
0xFF
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Table 2-5. I2C Hardware Address 0x42
GPIO
MCP23017 Register Address
Default Value
GPIOA
0x12
0x85
GPIOB
0x13
0x83
The ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic shows how the two Microchip
GPIO expanders are connected to the board’s ICs.
Table 2-6 and Table 2-7 show the output signals of the Microchip GPIO
expander (U39), with a TWI address of 0100 001X, where X represents the
read or write bit. The signals that control an individual FET have an entry
under the FET column. The Component Connected column shows the
board IC that is connected if the FET is enabled. The Microchip (U39) is
controlling the enable signal of a FET switch. Also note that if a particular
functionality of the processor signal is being used, it will be in bold font
under the Processor Signal column.
Table 2-6. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U39 Port A)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET Processor Signal
(if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
0
SPIFLASH_CS_EN
SPI flash CS
U3
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/
TRACE0_D00/
SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
U33
Low
1
SPIFLASH_D2_EN
SPI flash D2
U4
PB_13/SPI2_D2/
UART1_RTS/
TRACE0_D02/
SMC0_D13
U33
Low
2
SPIFLASH_D3_EN
SPI flash D3
U5
PB_14/SPI2_D3/
UART1_CTS/
TRACE0_D01/
SMC0_D14
U33
Low
3
RF_SPI2_SEL1_EN
RF wireless SPI chip
select
U28
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/
TRACE0_D00/
SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
J3
High
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Table 2-6. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U39 Port A) (Cont’d)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET Processor Signal
(if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
4
SD_CD_EN
MSIO card detect
U26
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/
J6
MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/
SMC0_A01
High
5
SD_WP_EN
GPIO SD card write
protect
U27
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/
J6
SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/
SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
High
6
Not Used
7
RF_SPI2_SEL2_EN
RF wireless SPI chip
select
U29
PB_08/UART0_TX/
J3
EP-PI0_D16/
SPI2_SEL2/
SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
High
Table 2-7. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U39 Port B)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET
Processor Signal
(if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
0
Not Used
1
Not Used
2
CAN0_EN
Enables CAN0
U46
High
3
CAN0_STB
Puts CAN IC in standby
U46
High
4
CAN1_EN
Enables CAN1
U47
High
5
CAN1_STB
Puts CAN IC in standby
U47
High
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Table 2-7. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U39 Port B) (Cont’d)
Bit Signal Name
Description
6
CAN0_ERR_EN
7
CAN1_ERR_EN
FET
Processor Signal
(if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
Connects CAN error sig- U6
nal to processor
PB_02/
EPPI0_D05/
SPT1_BD0/
SPI0_MOSI/
SMC0_D05
U46
High
Connects CAN error sig- U9
nal to processor
PB_03/
EPPI0_D04/
SPT1_BD1/
SPI0_D2/
SMC0_D04
U47
High
Table 2-8 and Table 2-9 show the output signals of the Microchip GPIO
expander (U38), with a TWI address of 0100 010X, where X represents the
read or write bit. The signals that control an individual FET have an entry
under the FET column. The Component Connected column shows the
board IC that is connected if the FET is enabled. Note that some of the
Microchip (U38) output signals are connected directly to components on
the board. However, in most cases, the Microchip (U38) is controlling the
enable signal of a FET switch. Also note that if a particular functionality
of the processor signal is being used, it will be in bold font under the Processor Signal column.
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Table 2-8. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U38 Port A)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET/
Processor Signal
SWITCH (if applicable)
0
CAN0_TX_EN
Enables CAN0 TX
U10
PC_03/UART0_CTS/ U46
CAN0_TX/
EPPI0_D12/
SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
High
1
CAN1_TX_EN
Enables CAN1 TX
U7
PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/ U47
CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/
CNT0_ZM
Low
2
CAN0_RX_EN
Enables CAN0 RX
U11
PC_02/UART0_RTS/
CAN0_RX/
EPPI0_D13/
SMC0_A10/
TM0_ACI5/
SYS_WAKE3
High
3
CAN1_RX_EN
Enables CAN1 RX
U8
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/ U47
CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/
TM0_ACI6/
SYS_WAKE4
Low
4
UART0_EN
Enables UART0
U12/U13
PB_09/UART0_RX/
EPPI0_D17/
SPI2_SEL3/
SMC0_D09/
TM0_ACI3 and
PB_08/UART0_TX/
EPPI0_D16/
SPI2_SEL2/
SMC0_D08/
SYS_WAKE1
U45
Low
5
UART0RTS_EN
Enables UART0 RTS
U51
PC_02/UART0_RTS/
CAN0_RX/
EPPI0_D13/
SMC0_A10/
TM0_ACI5/
SYS_WAKE3
U45
Low
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U46
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Table 2-8. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U38 Port A) (Cont’d)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET/
Processor Signal
SWITCH (if applicable)
6
UART0CTS_EN
Enables UART0 CTS
U50
7
Not Used
Component Default
Connected
Low
PC_03/UART0_CTS/ U45
CAN0_TX/
EPPI0_D12/
SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
Table 2-9. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U38 Port B)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET/
Processor Signal
SWITCH (if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
0
Not Used
1
Not Used
2
LED1_GPIO1_EN
Enables LED1
U23
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/ U2
TRACE0_D07/
SMC0_ABE0
Low
3
LED2_GPIO2_EN
Enables LED2
U24
PA_01/
SPI1_MISO/
TRACE0_D06/
SMC0_ABE1
U2
Low
4
LED3_GPIO3_EN
Enables LED3
U25
PB_01/
EPPI0_D06/
SPT1_BFS/
SPI0_MI-SO/
SMC0_D06/
TM0_ACI1
U2
Low
5
PUSHBUTTON1_EN
Enables push button 1
U21
PA_02/
SPI1_MOSI/
TRACE0_D05/
SMC0_AMS1
SW4
Low
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Table 2-9. Output Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander
(U38 Port B) (Cont’d)
Bit Signal Name
Description
FET/
Processor Signal
SWITCH (if applicable)
Component Default
Connected
6
PUSHBUTTON2_EN
Enables push button 2
U22
SW3
7
Not Used
PB_07/
EPPI0_D00/
SPT0_BD1/
SPI0_D3/
SMC0_D00/
SYS_WAKE0
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Push Buttons and Switches
This section describes operation of the push buttons and switches. The
push button and switch locations are shown in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6. Push Button and Boot Mode Switch Locations
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Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)
The rotary switch (SW1) determines the boot mode of the processor.
Table 2-10 shows the available boot mode settings. By default, the
ADSP-BF707 processor boots from the internal SPI flash memory.
Table 2-10. Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)
SW1 Position
Processor Boot Mode
0
No Boot – Idle
1
SPI master boot (SP12). Default boot mode.
2
SPI slave boot (SPI2)
3
UART boot (UART0)
Reset Push Button (SW2)
The reset push button (SW2) resets the following ICs: processor (U1),
GPIO extender (U39), and GPIO extender (U38). The reset also is connected to the expansion interface via the SYS_HWRST signal.
GPIO Push Buttons (SW3-4)
The GPIO push buttons (SW3 and SW4) are connected to the processor’s
signals PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1 and PB_07/EPPI0_D00/
SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0, respectively. The signals are connected by default. A monostable pulse generator (one-shot, U49) on push
button 2 shortens the wake pulse, allowing the processor to return to low
power mode sooner.
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Jumpers
Jumpers
This section describes functionality of the configuration jumpers.
Figure 2-7 shows the jumper locations.
Figure 2-7. Jumper Locations
Power Jumpers (P8-12, P14-18)
Remove jumpers listed in Table 2-11 to measure the respective voltage
across the adjacent sense resistor.
Table 2-11. Power Jumpers
Power Jumper
Resistor
P8
VDD_INT
P9
3.3V
P10
VDD_EXT
P11
USB0_VBUS
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Table 2-11. Power Jumpers (Cont’d)
Power Jumper
Resistor
P12
VDD_DMC0
P14
VDD_HADC
P15
VDD_OTP
P16
VDD_USB
P17
VDD_RTC
P18
HADC_VREFP
HADC_VREFP
(no sense resistor, remove to supply
through J9)
LEDs
This section describes the on-board LEDs. Figure 2-8 shows the LED
locations.
Figure 2-8. LED Locations
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LEDs
GPIO LEDs (LED3–5)
Three LEDs are connected to the general-purpose I/O pins of the processor (see Table 2-12). The LEDs are active high and are ON (amber) by
writing a 1 to the correct processor signal.
Table 2-12. GPIO LEDs
LED Reference Designator
Processor Programmable Flag Pin
LED3
PA_00
LED4
PA_01
LED5
PB_01
Reset LED (LED6)
When LED6 is ON (red), it indicates that the master reset of all the major
ICs is active. The reset LED is controlled by the Analog Devices
ADM6315 supervisory reset circuit. TARGET_RESET is a signal driven from
an emulator. EI3 extender cards can also drive a reset as an input to this
reset circuit. A master reset is asserted by pressing SW2 which activates
LED6. For more information, see Reset Push Button (SW2).
Power LED (LED2)
When LED2 is ON (green), it indicates that power is being supplied to the
board properly. For more information, see Power Architecture.
SYS_FAULT LED (LED1)
When SYS_FAULT LED (LED1) (red) is ON, it indicates a system fault. For
more information, refer to the hardware reference manual.
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ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Hardware Reference
Connectors
This section describes connector functionality and provides information
about mating connectors. The connector locations are shown in
Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-9. Connector Locations
 Connectors on the back of the board are noted with dotted lines.
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Expansion Interface III Connectors (P1A-C)
Three board-to-board connectors (P1A, P1B, P1C) provide signals from the
SPI, TWI, UART, SPORT, and GPIO interfaces of the processor. The
connectors are located on the bottom side of the board.
For more information, see Expansion Interface.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
120-pin, 0.6 mm
Hirose
FX8-120P-SV1(91)
Mating Cable
120-pin, 0.6 mm
Hirose
FX8-120S-SV(21)
Power Connector (P13)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
0.65 mm power jack
CUI
045-0883R
Mating Cable
[email protected] power supply
GLOBETEK
GS-1750(R)
USB to UART Connector (P6)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
USB Mini-B
Hirose
UX60SC-MB-5S8
Mating Cable
USB Mini-B to Standard-A cable
2-22
Any
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USB Connector (P5)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
USB Micro-AB
Hirose
ZX62D-AB-5P8
Mating Cable
USB Micro-B to Standard-A or
Micro-A to Standard-A receptacle
cable
Any
RF Wireless Connector (J3)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
4x2 0.05” pitch socket
SAMTEC
SFMC-104-T2-S-D
Mating Connector
4x2 0.05” pitch header
SAMTEC
FTSH-104-04-F-D
HADC SMC Connectors (J7, J8, J9)
allows an input to the HADC_VIN2 signal of the processor. J8 allows an
input to the HADC_VIN3 signal of the processor. J9 allows the HADC_VREFP
signal to be injected if the P18 jumper is removed.
J7
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
SMC threaded
Amphenol
152119
Mating Cable
SMC cable
Various
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HADC Connector (JP1)
allows the VDD_RTC signal to be connected to HADC0_VIN0 with the
installation of a jumper across pins 1 and 2. Pin 3 is not connected. Pin 4
allows the user to probe HADC0_VIN1 which is connected to an RC timer
driven by TM0_TMR3 on PC_05.
JP1
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
2x2 0.1” header
SAMTEC
TSM-102-01-T-DV
Mating Devices
Jumper for pins 1 and 2, probe for
pin 4
SD Connector (J6)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
SD 8-bit, 2 GB
SANDISK
MHC-W21-601
Mating Card
2 GB
SANDISK
SDSDB-2048-A11
CAN0 Connector (J4)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RJ11 vertical
DIGIKEY
A31431-ND
Mating Cable
RJ11 cable
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CAN1 Connector (J5)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RJ11 vertical
DIGIKEY
A31431-ND
Mating Cable
RJ11 cable
JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P3)
The JTAG/SWD/SWO header (P3) provides debug connectivity for the
processor. This is a 0.05” shrouded through-hole connector from SAMTEC (SHF-105-01-L-D-TH). This mates with ICE-1000, ICE-2000, and
any newer ADI emulators. For more information, see Debug Interface.
TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P2)
The TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO Connector (P2) provides connectivity to the microprocessor’s trace interface. This is a MICTOR connector
from TYCO (2-5767004-2). There are no trace pods available at this
time. If one does become available, R162, R191, R192, and R193 need to be
installed to connect P2.
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3
SMC THREADED
AMPHENOL_152119
2
1
3
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
AMPHENOL
CONN
152119
ADP5024
VR1
QFN50P400X400-25
N
ADI
ADP5024ACPZ-R2
1
ADM6315 SOT143
ADI
ADM6315-29D2ARTZR7
4
1
ADSP-BF707
U1
BGA184C80P14X14_
1200X1200_SCKT
ADI
ADSP-BF707BBCZ-ENG
5
1
10UF 6.3V 10% 0805 C124
X5R
AVX
08056D106KAT2A
6
43
0.1UF 10V 10% 0402 C1,C2,C5,C20-C22,C AVX
X5R
25,C26,C28-C32,C38,
C40-C42,C47,C49,C5
0,C54,C66-C68,C74C76,C78-C81,C95,C9
6,C125-C128,C142-C
144,C146,C148,C152
0402ZD104KAT2A
J7-J9
U37
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Designator
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56
0.01UF 16V 10%
0402 X7R
8
3
4.7UF 25V 20% 0805 C24,C121,C122
X5R
AVX
0805ZD475KAT2A
9
1
4.7UF 6.3V 20% 0603 C145
AVX
06036D475MAT2A
10
4
100PF 50V 5% 0603
NPO
C62,C63,C70,C71
AVX
06035A101JAT2A
11
1
27PF 50V 5% 0402
NPO
C134
AVX
04025A270JAT2A
12
1
10UF 16V 10% 1210 C113
X5R
AVX
1210YD106KAT2A
13
2
1000PF 50V 5% 1206 C112,C114
AVX
12065A102JAT2A
14
1
ROTARY SWT027
SW1
COPAL
S-8110
15
2
1UF 16V 10% 0603
X5R
C82,C120
DIGI-KEY
399-5090-2-ND
16
2
MCP23017
U38,U39
QFN65P600X600-29
N
DIGI-KEY
MCP23017-E/ML-ND
17
1
USB 5PIN CON069
P6
DIGI-KEY
H11589CT-ND
18
2
1UF 16V 10% 0805
X7R
C115,C116
DIGI-KEY
399-1284-2-ND
19
1
GREEN LED_0603
LED2
DIGI-KEY
475-1409-2-ND
20
2
4700PF 2A FIL_NFE61PT
FER7,FER8
DIGI-KEY
490-2554-2-ND
21
1
25MHZ OSCCC200X250
U36
DIGI-KEY
478-4780-1-ND
A-2
Manufacturer
C3,C6-C19,C23,C33- AVX
C37,C43-C46,C51-C5
3,C56-C58,C60,C61,C
65,C69,C73,C77,C97C99,C102-C104,C106
-C111,C123,C129,C13
9-C141,C147,C150
Part Number
0402YC103KAT2A
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
FT232RQ
U45
QFN50P500X500-33
NA
DIGI-KEY
768-1008-1-ND
1
24MHZ OSCCC200X250
U35
DIGI-KEY
478-4778-1-ND
24
1
USB-MICRO 5PIN
HIROSE_ZX62D-AB-5P8
P5
DIGI-KEY
H11494CT-ND
25
1
30A GSOT05
SOT23-3
D2
DIGI-KEY
GSOT05-E3-08TR-ND
26
2
RED LED_0603
LED1,LED6
DIGI-KEY
475-2512-2-ND
27
3
YELLOW LED_0603 LED3-LED5
DIGI-KEY
475-2558-1-ND
28
2
15KV ESDA5V3SC6
SOT95P280-6N
D3,D4
DIGI-KEY
497-6633-1-ND
29
1
MIC2025-1 SOIC8
U40
DIGI-KEY
576-1057-ND
30
1
32.768KHZ
OSC_ABS07L
Y3
DIGI-KEY
535-9542-2-ND
31
1
INA3221
U48
QFN65P400X400-17
N
DIGI-KEY
296-30459-1-ND
32
1
INA230
U31
QFN50P300X300-17
N
DIGI-KEY
296-30346-2-ND
33
5
IDC 2PIN_JUMPER_SHORT
SJ1-SJ5
DIGI-KEY
S9001-ND
34
1
PWR .65MM
CON045
P13
DIGI-KEY
CP1-023-ND
35
1
150UF 10V 10% D
TANT-LOW-ESR
CT1
DIGI-KEY
478-3321-2-ND
36
2
4700PF 16V 10%
0603 X7R
C64,C72
DIGI-KEY
311-1083-2-ND
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Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
750.0K 1/10W 1%
0603
R179
DIGI-KEY
311-750KHRTR-ND
2
100 1/16W 5% 0402
R73,R74
DIGI-KEY
311-100JRTR-ND
39
1
12.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R116
DIGI-KEY
311-12.0KLRCT-ND
40
6
330.0 1/16W 1%
0402
R4,R62,R80-R83
DIGI-KEY
541-330LCT-ND
41
2
10.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R113,R118
DIGI-KEY
541-10.0KLCT-ND
42
8
100K 1/16W 5% 0402 R180-R187
DIGI-KEY
541-100KJTR-ND
43
2
15PF 50V 5% 0402
NPO
C132,C133
DIGI-KEY
399-1014-2-ND
44
1
100.0 1/16W 1%
0402
R21
DIGI-KEY
541-100LCT-ND
45
1
15.0K 1/16W 1%
0402 ZZZ
R119
DIGI-KEY
311-15.0KLRTR-ND
46
1
56.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R101
DIGI-KEY
311-56.0KLRTR-ND
47
1
1UH 30%
IND_LQH32P
L1
DIGI-KEY
490-5334-1-ND
48
1
1UH 30% INDC2016 L2
DIGI-KEY
490-7784-2-ND
49
1
20MA MA3X717E
DIO005
D1
DIODES INC
BAS70-05-7-F
50
10
IDC 2X1 IDC2X1
P8-P12,P14-P18
FCI
90726-402HLF
51
3
0.6MM 120PIN
P1A,P1B,P1C
HIROSE_FX8-120P-S
V1(91)
HIROSE
FX8-120P-SV1(91)
52
1
IDT74FCT3244APY
SSOP20
U2
IDT
IDT74FCT3244APYG
53
1
TEST LOOP
LOOP_2838
GP1
KEYSTONE
5016
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1
LTC6993-1
SOT95P280-6N
55
1
56
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
LINEAR
TECHNOLOGY
LTC6993CS6-1#TRMPBF
VARISTOR V5.5MLA R1
30A 0603
LITTLEFUSE
V5.5MLA0603
1
PTC 0.5A 1206
R161
LITTLEFUSE
1206L050-C
57
1
BATT_HOLDER
16MM BATT_COIN16MM
J1
MEMORY
PROTECTION
DEVICES
BH600
58
1
MT47H128M16
FBGA84
U32
MICRON
MT47H128M16RT-25E
XIT:C
59
1
SD_CONN 8-BIT
CON067
J6
MORETHANALL MHC-W21-601-LF
60
10
10UF 6.3V 20% 0603 C4,C27,C39,C48,C55, MULTICOMP
X5R
C59,C117-C119,C149
MCCA000517
61
1
190 5A FER002
FER6
MURATA
DLW5BSN191SQ2
62
2
1UF 6.3V 20% 0402
X5R
C100,C101
MURATA
GRM155R60J105ME19D
63
2
TJA1041 SOIC14
U46,U47
NXP
TJA1041T/CM,118
64
1
5A MBRS540T3G
SMC
D7
ON SEMI
MBRS540T3G
65
2
15KV ESD7004
D5,D6
DFN50P250X100-10
N
ON SEMI
ESD7004MUTAG
66
3
MOMENTARY
SWT024
SW2-SW4
PANASONIC
EVQ-Q2K03W
67
13
0 1/10W 5% 0402
R24,R102,R104,R115, PANASONIC
R135,R136,R145,R146
,R162,R176,R191-R19
3
ERJ-2GE0R00X
68
16
0 1/10W 5% 0402
R2,R3,R10,R13,R15,R PANASONIC
25,R61,R111,R114,R1
31,R132,R140,R175,R
177,R188,R189
ERJ-2GE0R00X
U49
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
69
4
0.1 1/10W 1% 0603
R169-R172
PANASONIC
ERJ-3RSFR10V
70
2
1.0K 1/16W 1% 0402 R19,R20
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF1001X
71
1
33 1/16W 5%
RNS003
PANASONIC
EXB-2HV330JV
72
2
2.2K 1/10W 5% 0402 R8,R9
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ222X
73
4
60.4 1/10W 1% 0603 R26,R32,R34,R40
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF60R4V
74
1
39.0K 1/10W 1%
0402 ZZZ
R117
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF3902X
75
1
0.0 1/10W 1% 0603
R190
PHYCOMP
232270296001L
76
1
IDC 2x2
IDC2X2_SMT
JP1
SAMTEC
TSM-102-01-T-DV
77
1
IDC 4x2 SAMTEC_S- J3
FMC-104-T2-S-D
SAMTEC
SFMC-104-T2-S-D
78
1
0.05 10PIN SAMP3
TEC_SHF-105-01-LD-TH
SAMTEC
SHF-105-01-L-D-TH-TR
79
5
0.051 1/2W 1% 1206 R92,R105,R106,R112, SEI
R120
CSF 1/2 0.05 1%R
80
5
600 500MA 1206
FER1-FER5
STEWARD
HZ1206B601R-10
81
1
74LVC14A SOIC14
U30
TI
74LVC14AD
82
2
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
U42,U44
TI
SN74LVC1G08DBVE
83
22
PI3A125 SC70_5
U3-U13,U21-U29,U50 TI
,U51
SN74CBTLV1G125DCKR
84
1
MICTOR 38PIN
CON015
P2
TYCO
2-5767004-2
85
2
RJ11 4PIN CON039
J4,J5
TYCO
5558872-1
86
1
3A RESETABLE
FUS004
F1
TYCO
SMD300F-2
87
1
0 1/8W 5% 0805
R22
VISHAY
CRCW08050000Z0EA
A-6
RN1
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Reference
Designator
Ref. Qty.
Description
Manufacturer
88
18
10K 1/16W 5% 0402 R12,R28,R36,R44,R93 VISHAY
,R94,R97,R107-R109,
R151,R153,R154,R156
,R158,R159,R168,R17
8
CRCW040210K0FKED
89
80
10K 1/16W 5% 0402 R5-R7,R11,R14,R16-R VISHAY
18,R29,R31,R33,R37,
R39,R41-R43,R45-R52
,R63-R65,R67,R70-R7
2,R77-R79,R84-R91,R
95,R96,R98-R100,R10
3,R110,R122-R129,R1
34,R137-R139,R142-R
144,R148-R150,R152,
R155,R157,R160,R163
-R167,R173,R174,R19
6,R197
CRCW040210K0FKED
90
6
33 1/16W 5% 0402
CRCW040233R0JNEA
91
1
10M 1/10W 5% 0603 R195
VISHAY
CRCW060310M0FNEA
92
2
1M 1/10W 5% 0603
R23,R194
VISHAY
CRCW06031M00FNEA
93
4
10 1/10W 5% 0603
R27,R30,R35,R38
VISHAY
CRCW060310R0JNEA
94
1
W25Q32 SO8W
U33
WINBOND
W25Q32FVSSIG
R68,R75,R121,R130,R VISHAY
133,R147
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D
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ADSP-BF707 EZ-Board
SCHEMATIC
3
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Title
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
1
of
13
A
B
C
D
U1
G2PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
C4PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4 K2
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
C6PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3 K3
PA_03/SPI1_SEL2/SPI1_RDY/SMC0_ARDY
PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
PA_10/EPPI0_D09/TM0_TMR5/SPT1_AD0/SMC0_A03
J1
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
J2
PC_06/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_MISO/MSI0_D3
H1
PC_07/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_MOSI/MSI0_D2/TM0_ACI2
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
G3
PC_08/SPT0_AD0/SPI0_D2/MSI0_D0
PC_07/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_MOSI/MSI0_D2/TM0_ACI2
1
PC_08/SPT0_AD0/SPI0_D2/MSI0_D0
F3
PC_09/SPT0_ACLK/SPI0_D3/MSI0_CLK/TM0_ACLK2
PC_09/SPT0_ACLK/SPI0_D3/MSI0_CLK/TM0_ACLK2
H12
PA_10/EPPI0_D09/TM0_TMR5/SPT1_AD0/SMC0_A03
PC_10/SPT1_BCLK/MSI0_D4/SPI1_SEL3/TM0_ACLK1H2
PC_10/SPT1_BCLK/MSI0_D4/SPI1_SEL3/TM0_ACLK1
PA_11/EPPI0_D08/TM0_TMR6/SPT1_AD1/SMC0_A04
PC_11/SPT1_BFS/MSI0_D5/SPI0_SEL3 N5
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
P13PA_14/EPPI0_CLK/SPI1_SEL4/SMC0_AWE/TM0_ACLK5
PA_14/EPPI0_CLK/SPI1_SEL4/SMC0_AWE/TM0_ACLK5
PC_06/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_MISO/MSI0_D3
PA_09/EPPI0_D10/TM0_TMR4/SPT1_AFS/SMC0_A02
J12PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/CNT0_ZM
PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/CNT0_ZM
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
G12
K12PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
M5
P4
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT N4
PC_11/SPT1_BFS/MSI0_D5/SPI0_SEL3
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT
N13PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
N10
PB_00/EPPI0_D07/SPT1_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/SMC0_D07/TM0_ACLK3
PB_00/EPPI0_D07/SPT1_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/SMC0_D07/TM0_ACLK3
M11
PB_01/EPPI0_D06/SPT1_BFS/SPI0_MISO/SMC0_D06/TM0_ACI1
PB_01/EPPI0_D06/SPT1_BFS/SPI0_MISO/SMC0_D06/TM0_ACI1
L12
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
3.3V
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
M12
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
M10PB_04/EPPI0_D03/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_SEL4/SMC0_D03/TM0_ACLK6
PB_04/EPPI0_D03/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_SEL4/SMC0_D03/TM0_ACLK6
TP1
3.3V
N9PB_06/EPPI0_D01/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_SEL6/SMC0_D01/TM0_CLK
PB_06/EPPI0_D01/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_SEL6/SMC0_D01/TM0_CLK
P8
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
TP9
TP4
"FAULT"
3.3V
TP3
3.3V
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
LED1
RED
LED_0603
N8PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
R5
10K
0402
M8PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
R2
0402
TP2
M9PB_05/EPPI0_D02/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_SEL5/SMC0_D02
PB_05/EPPI0_D02/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_SEL5/SMC0_D02
0
P3
SYS_CLKOUT
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
M4
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
PB_13/SPI2_D2/UART1_RTS/TRACE0_D02/SMC0_D13
PB_14/SPI2_D3/UART1_CTS/TRACE0_D01/SMC0_D14
R7
10K
0402
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
2
P2PB_13/SPI2_D2/UART1_RTS/TRACE0_D02/SMC0_D13
SYS_FAULT
N2PB_14/SPI2_D3/UART1_CTS/TRACE0_D01/SMC0_D14
SYS_RESOUT
M3PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
R6
10K
0402
R4
330.0
0402
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
N3
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
2
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
H13
PA_11/EPPI0_D08/TM0_TMR6/SPT1_AD1/SMC0_A04
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
K1
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
D12PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
PA_09/EPPI0_D10/TM0_TMR4/SPT1_AFS/SMC0_A02
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
C9PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
C12
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0 L1
C11PA_06/TM0_TMR1/SPI0_SEL2/SPI0_RDY/SMC0_A06
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
PC_00/UART1_TX/SPT0_AD1/EPPI0_D15
A9PA_03/SPI1_SEL2/SPI1_RDY/SMC0_ARDY
C10PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
PA_06/TM0_TMR1/SPI0_SEL2/SPI0_RDY/SMC0_A06
1
PC_00/UART1_TX/SPT0_AD1/EPPI0_D15 M1
SYS_NMI
ADSP-BF707
3.3V
JTAG/SWD/SWO
R11
10K
0402
3.3V
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
JTG_TRST
R8
2.2K
0402
P3
1
10
JTG_TMS/SWDIO
JTG_TMS/SWDIO
JTG_TCK/SWCLK
JTG_TCK/SWCLK
JTG_TDO/SWO
JTG_TDO/SWO
JTG_TDI
JTG_TDI
TARGET_RESET
R162
0402
R191
0402
R192
0402
R193
0402
0
DNP
0
DNP
0
DNP
0
DNP
JTG_TMS/SWDIO_P2
JTG_TCK/SWCLK_P2
JTG_TDO/SWO_P2
JTG_TDI_P2
R12
10K
0402
DNP
R9
2.2K
0402
3.3V
U1
3
SYS_XTAL
N14
SYS_XTAL
SYS_CLKIN
M14
SYS_CLKIN
RTC0_CLKIN
M2
RTC0_CLKIN
RTC0_XTAL
N1
RTC0_XTAL
3
L3
TWI0_SCL
R10
0402
0
L2
TWI0_SDA
TWI0_SCL
P2
TWI0_SDA
TARGET_RESET
JTG_TDO/SWO_P2
F12
SYS_FAULT
SYS_FAULT
C13
SYS_HWRST
SYS_HWRST
USB0_CLKIN
HADC0_VIN0
P6
N12
HADC0_VIN1
HADC0_VIN1
P5
N11
HADC0_VIN2
HADC0_VIN2
P11
HADC0_VIN3
HADC0_VIN3
USB0_XTAL
M6
USB0_VBUS
USB0_VBUS
USB0_DP
USB0_ID
N6
USB0_ID
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
PB_13/SPI2_D2/UART1_RTS/TRACE0_D02/SMC0_D13
PB_14/SPI2_D3/UART1_CTS/TRACE0_D01/SMC0_D14
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
CON015
TRACE
H3
SYS_CLKOUT
M7
USB0_VBC
USB0_VBC
JTG_TCK/SWCLK
C3
JTG_TCK/SWCLK
JTG_TMS/SWDIO
C2
JTG_TMS/SWDIO
C7
SYS_NMI
J3
SYS_RESOUT
R13
0402
0
SYS_CLKOUT
SYS_NMI
SYS_RESOUT
ANALOG
DEVICES
E3
JTG_TDI
JTG_TDI
0
JTG_TRST
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
USB0_DM
N7
USB0_DP
R3
0402
R163
10K
0402
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
P7
USB0_DM
JTG_TDO/SWO
P12
HADC0_VIN0
USB0_CLKIN
USB0_XTAL
4
JTG_TCK/SWCLK_P2
JTG_TMS/SWDIO_P2
JTG_TDI_P2
JTG_TRST
C5
SYS_EXTWAKE
SYS_EXTWAKE
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
C1
JTG_TDO/SWO
E12
SYS_BMODE0
SYS_BMODE0
D3
JTG_TRST
C14
SYS_BMODE1
SYS_BMODE1
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Proc Ports, JTAG, Trace
Title
ADSP-BF707
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
2
of
13
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
PROC OSC
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
1
R134
10K
0402
R189
0
0402
U36
1
SYS_EXTWAKE
4
VDD
STANDBY
USB OSC
R148
10K
0402
R133
33
0402
3
OUT
SYS_CLKIN
C129
0.01UF
0402
R188
0
0402
GND
25MHZ 2
OSCCC200X250
U35
1
SYS_EXTWAKE
1
R147
33
0402
4
VDD
STANDBY
3
OUT
GND
24MHZ 2
OSCCC200X250
C139
0.01UF
0402
USB0_CLKIN
TP20
OPTIONAL USB CRYSTAL
OPTIONAL PROC CRYSTAL
R136
0
0402
DNP
Y1
25MHZ
OSC013
DNP
R146
0
0402
DNP
R135
0
0402
DNP
SYS_XTAL
Y2
24MHZ
OSC013
DNP
USB0_XTAL
USB0_CLKIN
SYS_CLKIN
C137
18PF
0402
DNP
2
C130
18PF
0402
DNP
R145
0
0402
DNP
C131
18PF
0402
DNP
C138
18PF
0402
DNP
BOOT MODE
3.3V
C
SW1
1
2
0
6
BOOT MODE (1:0)
SYS_BMODE0
2
4
7
BOOT MODE SWITCH (SW1)
1
3
00
01
10
11
SYS_BMODE1
4
5
SWT027
ROTARY
R138
10K
0402
2
R139
10K
0402
R137
10K
0402
No Boot
SPI Master Boot (SPI2) DEFAULT
SPI Slave Boot (SPI2)
UART Boot (UART0)
3
3
RTC crystal
R195
10M
0603
VDD_RTC
JP1
1
2
3
4
HADC0_VIN0
HADC0_VIN1
R140
0402
0
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
IDC2X2_SMT
R132
0
0402
Y3
32.768KHZ
OSC_ABS07L
C134
27PF
0402
R131
0
0402
RTC0_CLKIN
RTC0_XTAL
C132
15PF
0402
DNP
J8
SMC
AMPHENOL_152119
C133
15PF
0402
DNP
J7
SMC
AMPHENOL_152119
AGND
HADC0_VIN3
HADC0_VIN2
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
AGND
Size
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Clocks, Boot Mode
Title
AGND
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
3
of
13
A
B
C
D
DDR2 - 2Gb
16M x 16 x 8 banks
U1
F1
DMC0_A01
B12
DMC0_DQ01
DMC0_DQ01
DMC0_A02
F2
DMC0_A02
B11
DMC0_DQ02
DMC0_DQ02
DMC0_A03
G1
DMC0_A03
B14
DMC0_DQ03
DMC0_DQ03
D2
DMC0_A04
B13
DMC0_DQ04
DMC0_DQ04
E2
DMC0_A05
D14
DMC0_DQ05
DMC0_DQ05
DMC0_A04
DMC0_A05
VDD_DMC0
U32
M8
DMC0_A00
D13
DMC0_DQ06
DMC0_DQ06
DMC0_A07
B1
DMC0_A07
E14
DMC0_DQ07
DMC0_DQ07
DMC0_A08
B2
DMC0_A08
E13
DMC0_DQ08
DMC0_DQ08
DMC0_A03
F14
DMC0_DQ09
DMC0_DQ09
DMC0_A10
B4
DMC0_A10
F13
DMC0_DQ10
DMC0_DQ10
G13
DMC0_DQ11
DMC0_DQ11
DMC0_A12
B5
DMC0_A12
G14
DMC0_DQ12
DMC0_DQ12
DMC0_A13
A8
DMC0_A13
J13
DMC0_DQ13
DMC0_DQ13
DMC0_DQ15
B7
DMC0_CS0
DMC0_CS0
A12
DMC0_LDQS
DMC0_CS0
DMC0_BA0
A3
DMC0_BA0
DMC0_BA1
A4
DMC0_BA1
DMC0_BA2
A5
DMC0_BA2
DMC0_LDQS
DMC0_LDQS
J14
DMC0_UDQS
DMC0_UDQS
H14
DMC0_UDQS
DMC0_UDQS
M13
DMC0_LDM
L13
DMC0_UDM
A11
DMC0_CK
DMC0_A13
B6
B8
DMC0_ODT
E10
DMC0_VREF
3.3V
DQ10
DQ11
DMC0_DQ11
D1
DQ12
DMC0_DQ12
D9
DQ13
DMC0_DQ13
B1
DQ14
DMC0_DQ14
B9
RFU/A15
DQ15
DMC0_DQ15
L2
F7
LDQS
DMC0_LDQS
L3
E8
LDQS
DMC0_LDQS
BA0
BA1
L1
B7
BA2
UDQS
UDQS
F3
VDD_DMC0
DMC0_UDQS
A8
DMC0_LDM
1
DMC0_DQ10
D3
RFU/A14
DMC0_UDQS
LDM
DMC0_CK
B3
A2
NC1
K9
E2
NC2
UDM
DMC0_ODT
DMC0_WE
DMC0_DQ09
D7
A10/AP
R7
DMC0_CK
ODT
C22
0.1UF
0402
R20
1.0K
0402
2
K2
DMC0_CKE
CKE
DMC0_CKE
J2
VREF
L8
DMC0_CS0
DMC0_RAS
C2
DQ9
RFU/A13
DMC0_UDM
A7
DMC0_RAS
DMC0_DQ08
P3
R3
DMC0_BA1
DMC0_CAS
C8
DQ8
R8
DMC0_BA0
A6
DMC0_CAS
DMC0_DQ07
P8
A12
DMC0_UDM
B9
DMC0_CKE
F9
DQ7
A11
DMC0_LDM
2
DMC0_DQ06
P2
R2
DMC0_BA2
A10
DMC0_CK
F1
DQ6
P7
DMC0_A11
A13
DMC0_LDQS
DMC0_DQ05
N7
A9
DMC0_A12
R168
10K
0402
DNP
H9
DQ5
M2
DMC0_A10
K13
DMC0_DQ15
DMC0_DQ04
N3
A8
DMC0_A09
DMC0_DQ14
H1
DQ4
A7
DMC0_A08
K14
DMC0_DQ14
DMC0_DQ03
N8
A6
DMC0_A07
B3
DMC0_A11
H3
DQ3
A5
DMC0_A06
DMC0_A11
N2
A4
DMC0_A05
A2
DMC0_A09
DMC0_DQ02
A2
A3
DMC0_A04
DMC0_A09
DMC0_DQ01
H7
DQ2
A1
M7
DMC0_A02
E1
DMC0_A06
DMC0_DQ00
G2
DQ1
M3
DMC0_A01
DMC0_A06
G8
DQ0
A0
VREF_DMC
CS
K7
DMC0_RAS
J8
RAS
CK
L7
DMC0_CAS
CAS
DMC0_WE
K3
DMC0_WE
WE
DMC0_ODT
MT47H128M16
FBGA84
VREF_DMC
A7
B2GNDQ1
B8GNDQ2
D2GNDQ3
D8GNDQ4
E7GNDQ5
F2GNDQ6
F8GNDQ7
H2GNDQ8
H8GNDQ9
GNDQ10
A3
E3GND1
J3GND2
N1GND3
P9GND4
GND5
J7
GNDL
DMC0_DQ00
DMC0_A01
A9
VDDQ1C1
VDDQ2C3
VDDQ3C7
VDDQ4C9
VDDQ5E9
VDDQ6G1
VDDQ7G3
VDDQ8G7
VDDQ9G9
VDDQ10
A1
VDD1E1
VDD2J9
VDD3M9
VDD4R1
VDD5
J1
VDDL
DMC0_A00
B10
DMC0_DQ00
DMC0_A00
1
VDD_DMC0
D1
DMC0_CK
K8
CK
C21
0.1UF
0402
R19
1.0K
0402
R21
100.0
0402
DMC0_CK
ADSP-BF707
SPI Flash
32Mb
C20
0.1UF
0402
CLK termination at the memory
VDD_DMC0
R16
10K
0402
R14
10K
0402
R17
10K
0402
R18
10K
0402
U33
C5
0.1UF
0402
C6
0.01UF
0402
C7
0.01UF
0402
C8
0.01UF
0402
C9
0.01UF
0402
C3
0.01UF
0402
C19
0.01UF
0402
2
SO
R15
0402
0
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
6
SCK
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
3
C2
0.1UF
0402
8
VCC
5
SI
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
C4
10UF
0603
SPIFLASH_CS
1
CS
SPIFLASH_D2
3
WP
SPIFLASH_D3
7
HOLD
W25Q32
SO8W
3
VDD_DMC0
3.3V
GND
4
C16
0.01UF
0402
R164
10K
0402
C17
0.01UF
0402
C18
0.01UF
0402
C15
0.01UF
0402
C11
0.01UF
0402
C12
0.01UF
0402
C13
0.01UF
0402
C14
0.01UF
0402
C10
0.01UF
0402
C1
0.1UF
0402
U3
1
SPIFLASH_CS_EN
2
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
OE
A
4
B
SPIFLASH_CS
PI3A125
SC70_5
U4
1
SPIFLASH_D2_EN
2
PB_13/SPI2_D2/UART1_RTS/TRACE0_D02/SMC0_D13
OE
A
4
B
SPIFLASH_D2
3.3V
PI3A125
SC70_5
U5
1
SPIFLASH_D3_EN
2
PB_14/SPI2_D3/UART1_CTS/TRACE0_D01/SMC0_D14
OE
A
B
4
SPIFLASH_D3
C142
0.1UF
0402
C143
0.1UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C144
0.1UF
0402
PI3A125
SC70_5
4
R165
10K
0402
R166
10K
0402
R167
10K
0402
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Memory-DDR2, SPI Flash
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
4
of
13
A
B
C
D
VDD_DMC0
U1
D6
D7VDD_DMC1
D8VDD_DMC2
D9VDD_DMC3
E6VDD_DMC4
E7VDD_DMC5
E8VDD_DMC6
E9VDD_DMC7
F10VDD_DMC8
F11VDD_DMC9
G11VDD_DMC10
H11VDD_DMC11
VDD_DMC12
VDD_EXT
A1
GND1A14
GND2F6
GND3F7
GND4F8
GND5F9
GND6G5
GND7G6
GND8G7
GND9G8
GND10G9
GND11G10
GND12H5
GND13H6
GND14H7
GND15H8
GND16H9
GND17H10
GND18J6
GND19J7
GND20J8
GND21J9
GND22L14
GND23P1
GND24P14
GND25C8
GND26
K5
K6VDD_EXT1
K7VDD_EXT2
K8VDD_EXT3
K9VDD_EXT4
L7VDD_EXT5
L8VDD_EXT6
L9VDD_EXT7
VDD_EXT8
1
VDD_INT
E5
F4VDD_INT1
F5VDD_INT2
G4VDD_INT3
H4VDD_INT4
J4VDD_INT5
VDD_INT6
GND_HADC
HADC_VREFN
3
IN1
3.3V
R22
0
0805
2
GND0
4
IN2
USB0_VBUS
5
GND1
C24
4.7UF
0805
6
IN3
R161
THERM
1206
R24
0
0402
DNP
P5
NOTE: CONNECT PIN C8 DIRECTLY TO GROUND
FOR CUSTOMER DESIGNS
J10
"USB0"
D5
2
USB0_DM
3
USB0_DP
4
USB0_ID
D-
R25
0
0402
P9
1
VBUS
1
IN0
D+
2
5
SHELL
VDD_HADC
8
IN2
5
IN3
R1
VARISTOR
6
9
NC2
7
10
NC3
NC0
0603
VDD_USB
J5
NC1
AGND
VDD_RTC
GND1
6
HIROSE_ZX62D-AB-5P8
L6
VDD_RTC
GND0
4
VDD_OTP
VDD_USB
3
IN1
ID
J11
VDD_OTP
1
ESDA5V3SC6
HADC_VREFP
K10
VDD_HADC
1
IN0
GND
P10
HADC_VREFP
D3
R23
1M
0603
ADSP-BF707
C23
0.01UF
0402
FER1
600
1206
ESD7004
DFN50P250X100-10N
3.3V
D1
MA3X717E
DIO005
R190
0.0
0603
R172
0.1
0603
2
2
J1
2
1
C25
0.1UF
0402
P17
1
BATT_COIN16MM
BATTHOLDER
2
AGND
VDD_RTC
IDC2X1
VDD_DMC0
3.3V
J9
SMC
AMPHENOL_152119
C27
10UF
0603
C26
0.1UF
0402
C28
0.1UF
0402
C29
0.1UF
0402
C30
0.1UF
0402
C31
0.1UF
0402
C38
0.1UF
0402
C40
0.1UF
0402
C41
0.1UF
0402
C42
0.1UF
0402
C43
0.01UF
0402
C47
0.1UF
0402
C49
0.1UF
0402
C50
0.1UF
0402
C51
0.01UF
0402
C32
0.1UF
0402
C60
0.01UF
0402
C33
0.01UF
0402
C34
0.01UF
0402
C35
0.01UF
0402
C36
0.01UF
0402
C37
0.01UF
0402
FER8
P18
1
2
1
HADC_VREFP
3
OUT
IN
IDC2X1
HADC_VREFP
2
GND
C58
0.01UF
0402
NFE61PT472
FIL_NFE61PT
C59
10UF
0603
VDD_EXT
AGND
AGND
3
3
AGND
C39
10UF
0603
3.3V
C44
0.01UF
0402
C45
0.01UF
0402
C46
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
R171
0.1
0603
R170
0.1
0603
VDD_INT
P16
1
P15
2
1
VDD_USB
IDC2X1
2
VDD_OTP
IDC2X1
C57
0.01UF
0402
C48
10UF
0603
C56
0.01UF
0402
C52
0.01UF
0402
C53
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
R169
0.1
0603
1
4
IN
OUT
GND
P14
1
ANALOG
DEVICES
FER7
2
NFE61PT472
FIL_NFE61PT
3
VDD_HADC
2
C55
10UF
0603
C54
0.1UF
0402
IDC2X1
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Proc Decoupling, USB0
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
5
of
13
A
B
C
D
3.3V
SD CARD
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
R124
10K
0402
R122
10K
0402
R123
10K
0402
R187
100K
0402
R184
100K
0402
R185
100K
0402
R186
100K
0402
3.3V
RN1
2
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
1
4
3
6
RF_SPI2_CS
5
8
PC_08/SPT0_AD0/SPI0_D2/MSI0_D0
1
R1A
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
2
R2A
R2B
PC_07/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_MOSI/MSI0_D2/TM0_ACI2
3
R3A
R3B
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT
7
15
8
14
9
13
1
12
10
11
11
10
12
9
13
PC_06/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_MISO/MSI0_D3
4
R4A
PC_10/SPT1_BCLK/MSI0_D4/SPI1_SEL3/TM0_ACLK1
5
R5A
R5B
PC_11/SPT1_BFS/MSI0_D5/SPI0_SEL3
6
R6A
R6B
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
7
R7A
R7B
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
8
R8A
R8B
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
7
16
R1B
R4B
5
3.3V
33
RNS003
2
R121
0402
R130
0402
PC_09/SPT0_ACLK/SPI0_D3/MSI0_CLK/TM0_ACLK2
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
DAT0
DAT1
DAT2
DAT3
DAT4
DAT5
DAT6
DAT7
CLK
C123
0.01UF
0402
CMD
C124
10UF
0805
33
22
33
23
24
C149
10UF
0603
1
C148
0.1UF
0402
16
20
17
15
SD_CD
14
SD_WP
MINI_SD_DAT0
MINI_SD_DAT1
MINI_SD_DAT2
MINI_SD_DAT3
MINI_SD_CLK
MINI_SD_CMD
CD
WP
CON067
GND5
GND6
J3
J6
27
28
1
4
19
R183
100K
0402
VDD1
VDD2
R182
100K
0402
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
RF Wireless
R181
100K
0402
3
6
18
21
R180
100K
0402
2
2
3.3V
3.3V
R126
10K
0402
"SD CARD"
3.3V
R127
10K
0402
R128
10K
0402
U28
1
RF_SPI2_SEL1_EN
OE
2
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
A
B
4
RF_SPI2_CS
PI3A125
SC70_5
R129
10K
0402
R125
10K
0402
U29
1
RF_SPI2_SEL2_EN
OE
2
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
A
B
4
PI3A125
SC70_5
U26
SD_CD_EN
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
1
OE
2
A
B
4
SD_CD
PI3A125
SC70_5
3.3V
U27
3
SD_WP_EN
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
C125
0.1UF
0402
3
1
OE
2
A
B
PI3A125
SC70_5
C126
0.1UF
0402
4
SD_WP
3.3V
C127
0.1UF
0402
C128
0.1UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
RF Wireless, SD Conn
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
6
of
13
A
B
C
D
3.3V
R173
10K
0402
R43
10K
0402
3.3V
R45
10K
0402
5V
3.3V
U6
OE
R31
10K
0402
2
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
U46
OE
4
B
A
6
CAN0_EN
EN
14
CAN0_STB
PI3A125
SC70_5
VBAT
U10
1
CAN0_TX_EN
10
1
3
R29
10K
0402
PI3A125
SC70_5
1
VDD
4
B
A
5
2
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
VIO
1
CAN0_ERR_EN
STB
CAN0_ERR
8
CAN0_TX
1
CAN0_RX
4
7
INH
C63
100PF
0603
R26
60.4
0603
R27
10
0603
R28
10K
0402
DNP
J4
"CAN0"
9
WAKE
1
ERR
2
U11
1
CAN0_RX_EN
2
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
OE
4
B
A
TXD
3
11
4
CANH
13
RXD
SPLIT
PI3A125
SC70_5
12
R44
10K
0402
DNP
2
GND
CANL
TJA1041
SOIC14
3.3V
C64
4700PF
0603
CON039
RJ11
R30
10
0603
5V
C62
100PF
0603
3.3V
C65
0.01UF
0402
C76
0.1UF
0402
2
R32
60.4
0603
C75
0.1UF
0402
C61
0.01UF
0402
C66
0.1UF
0402
2
CAN0
3.3V
3.3V
R41
10K
0402
5V
3.3V
U9
R39
10K
0402
U7
1
CAN1_TX_EN
2
PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/CNT0_ZM
U47
OE
4
B
A
6
CAN1_EN
EN
14
CAN1_STB
PI3A125
SC70_5
STB
CAN1_ERR
VBAT
R37
10K
0402
PI3A125
SC70_5
10
4
B
A
3
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
OE
VDD
2
5
CAN1_ERR_EN
VIO
1
INH
7
C71
100PF
0603
R34
60.4
0603
R35
10
0603
R36
10K
0402
DNP
J5
"CAN1"
9
WAKE
1
8
ERR
2
U8
2
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
3
OE
4
B
A
CAN1_TX
1
CAN1_RX
4
TXD
RXD
PI3A125
SC70_5
R42
10K
0402
TJA1041
SOIC14
3.3V
3
11
4
SPLIT
CANL
R33
10K
0402
13
CANH
3
12
2
GND
1
CAN1_RX_EN
C72
4700PF
0603
R40
60.4
0603
R38
10
0603
CON039
RJ11
5V
C70
100PF
0603
3.3V
C73
0.01UF
0402
C68
0.1UF
0402
C67
0.1UF
0402
C69
0.01UF
0402
C74
0.1UF
0402
CAN1
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
CAN0, CAN1
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
7
of
13
A
B
C
D
1
1
3.3V
D6
D4
1
1
IN0
R49
10K
0402
IN0
2
3
2
IN1
IN1
3
GND0
IN2
8
GND1
R50
10K
0402
UART0_TX is pulled up on the EI3 page with WAKE pullups
GND0
4
4
5
IN2
U12
1
OE
GND1
5
6
IN3
4
B
IN3
6
"USB to UART"
ESDA5V3SC6
7
9
NC0
NC2
NC1
NC3
10
U45
1
VCCIO
FER3
600
1206
2
19
VCC
2
RXD
4
2
A
B
32
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
PI3A125
SC70_5
8
CTS
2
D-
USB_UART_DM
15
USBM
3
USB_UART_DP
14
USBP
D+
5
GND
U13
1
OE
30
TXD
RTS
1
VCC
PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
PI3A125
SC70_5
ESD7004
DFN50P250X100-10N
P6
UART0_EN
2
A
31
DTR
DSR
4
6
R61
0402
0
18
RESET
UART0CTS_EN
2
A
B
7
DCD
SHGND1
U50
1
OE
6
2
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
PI3A125
SC70_5
3
RI
7
SHGND2
27
28OSCI
OSCO
CON069
C95
0.1UF
0402
R194
1M
0603
C150
0.01UF
0402
FER2
600
1206
C145
4.7UF
0603
C146
0.1UF
0402
16
3V3OUT
FT232_3P3V
24
AGND
C96
0.1UF
0402
C77
0.01UF
0402
4
17DGND1
20DGND2
26DGND3
33TEST
EPAD
U51
1
OE
22
CBUS021
CBUS110
CBUS211
CBUS39
CBUS4
4
UART0RTS_EN
2
A
B
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
PI3A125
SC70_5
R51
10K
0402
R174
10K
0402
R52
10K
0402
FT232RQ
QFN50P500X500-33NA
3.3V
C78
0.1UF
0402
3
C79
0.1UF
0402
C80
0.1UF
0402
C81
0.1UF
0402
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
UART0, USB to UART
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
8
of
13
A
B
C
TWI address 0100 001x
TWI address 0100 010x
where x is the R/W bit. Read - 1, Write - 0
3.3V
3.3V
where x is the R/W bit. Read - 1, Write - 0
U39
5
TWI0_SCL
1
SPIFLASH_CS_EN
8
18
GPA1
SPIFLASH_D2_EN
9
19
GPA2
SPIFLASH_D3_EN
20
GPA3
RF_SPI2_SEL1_EN
21
GPA4
SD_CD_EN
SCL
TWI0_SDA
SDA
14
RESET
SYS_HWRST
U38
17
GPA0
VDD
16
INTA
15
INTB
22
GPA5
5
GPA0
18
GPA1
8
TWI0_SCL
SCL
19
GPA2
9
TWI0_SDA
SDA
20
GPA3
14
RESET
SYS_HWRST
21
GPA4
22
SD_WP_EN
23
GPA6
24
GPA7
17
VDD
16
INTA
GPA5
15
INTB
GPA6
23
RF_SPI2_SEL2_EN
27
GPB2
R158
10K
0402
DNP
28
GPB3
R149
10K
0402
R157
10K
0402
1
CAN0_RX_EN
CAN1_RX_EN
UART0_EN
UART0RTS_EN
UART0CTS_EN
25
GPB0
26
GPB1
R153
10K
0402
DNP
CAN0_EN
CAN0_STB
R150
10K
0402
27
R151
10K
0402
DNP
GPB2
28
GPB3
1
GPB4
1
CAN1_EN
11
A0
2
GPB5
CAN1_STB
11
A0
12
A1
3
GPB6
CAN0_ERR_EN
12
A1
GPB6
13
A2
4
GPB7
CAN1_ERR_EN
13
A2
GPB7
GPB4
MCP23017
QFN65P600X600-29N
R156
10K
0402
DNP
CAN1_TX_EN
GPA7
26
GPB1
R159
10K
0402
DNP
CAN0_TX_EN
24
25
GPB0
R160
10K
0402
D
2
GPB5
3
LED1_GPIO1_EN
LED2_GPIO2_EN
LED3_GPIO3_EN
PUSHBUTTON1_EN
PUSHBUTTON2_EN
4
MCP23017
QFN65P600X600-29N
R155
10K
0402
3.3V
R154
10K
0402
DNP
3.3V
R152
10K
0402
C140
0.01UF
0402
C141
0.01UF
0402
2
2
3
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
SoftConfig
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
9
of
13
A
B
C
D
P1A
PA_14/EPPI0_CLK/SPI1_SEL4/SMC0_AWE/TM0_ACLK5
94
PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/CNT0_ZM
95
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
PB_05/EPPI0_D02/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_SEL5/SMC0_D02
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
PB_01/EPPI0_D06/SPT1_BFS/SPI0_MISO/SMC0_D06/TM0_ACI1
PA_11/EPPI0_D08/TM0_TMR6/SPT1_AD1/SMC0_A04
PA_09/EPPI0_D10/TM0_TMR4/SPT1_AFS/SMC0_A02
1
101
102
103
105
106
107
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
108
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4
12
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
111
112
113
114
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
PC_09/SPT0_ACLK/SPI0_D3/MSI0_CLK/TM0_ACLK2
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
PC_08/SPT0_AD0/SPI0_D2/MSI0_D0
PC_00/UART1_TX/SPT0_AD1/EPPI0_D15
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
99
87
89
29
88
32
35
PPI0_CLK
27
PPI0_FS1
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
PPI0_FS2
26
PPI0_FS3
PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
PPI0_D0
20
PPI0_D1
PB_06/EPPI0_D01/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_SEL6/SMC0_D01/TM0_CLK
PPI0_D2
19
PPI0_D3
PB_04/EPPI0_D03/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_SEL4/SMC0_D03/TM0_ACLK6
PPI0_D4
18
PPI0_D5
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
PPI0_D6
16
PPI0_D7
PB_00/EPPI0_D07/SPT1_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/SMC0_D07/TM0_ACLK3
PPI0_D8
15
PPI0_D9
PA_10/EPPI0_D09/TM0_TMR5/SPT1_AD0/SMC0_A03
PPI0_D10
14
PPI0_D11
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
PPI0_D12
13
PPI0_D13
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
PPI0_D14
110
PPI0_D15
PC_00/UART1_TX/SPT0_AD1/EPPI0_D15
PPI0_D16
10
PPI0_D17
PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
PPI0_D18
9
PPI0_D19
PPI0_D20
8
PPI0_D21
PPI0_D22
7
PPI0_D23
1
3.3V
PPI0_INT
SPORT0_CLK
SPORT0_FS
SPORT0_TDV
92
SPORT1_CLK
90
SPORT1_FS
30
SPORT1_TDV
91
SPORT0_D0
SPORT1_D0
SPORT0_D1
31
SPORT1_D1
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
PC_07/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_MOSI/MSI0_D2/TM0_ACI2
R142
10K
0402
PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
PC_06/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_MISO/MSI0_D3
R143
10K
0402
R144
10K
0402
R196
10K
0402
R197
10K
0402
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4
SPORT_INT
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
PC_06/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_MISO/MSI0_D3
PC_08/SPT0_AD0/SPI0_D2/MSI0_D0
82
83
33
PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
39
PC_11/SPT1_BFS/MSI0_D5/SPI0_SEL3
37
61
2
R90
0402
10K
TWI0_SCL
TWI0_SDA
56
79
80
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
43
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
44
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
45
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
EI3_RESET_IN
5V
SYS_CLKOUT
47
48
49
59
65
60
71
1
3
120
3
6
17
28
40
52
63
75
86
98
109
117
2
22
25
53
55
67
4
70
97
119
SPI0_CLK
SPI0_MISO
50
SPI0_RDY
84
SPI0_MOSI
PA_06/TM0_TMR1/SPI0_SEL2/SPI0_RDY/SMC0_A06
PC_07/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_MOSI/MSI0_D2/TM0_ACI2
34
SPI0_D3
PC_09/SPT0_ACLK/SPI0_D3/MSI0_CLK/TM0_ACLK2
SPI0_SEL1/SPI0_SS*
85
SPI0_SEL_A
PA_06/TM0_TMR1/SPI0_SEL2/SPI0_RDY/SMC0_A06
SPI0_SEL_B
38
SPI0_SEL_C
PB_05/EPPI0_D02/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_SEL5/SMC0_D02
SPI0_D2
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
EXT_BOOT
2
TWI0_A0*
SCL0*
42
SCL1*
41
SDA0*
SDA1*
GPIO0
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO4
78
77
GPIO3
76
GPIO5
GPIO6
74
GPIO7*
TMR_A
TMR_B
TMR_C
UART0_RX
WAKE*
RESET_IN*
73
72
TMR_D*
62
UART0_TX
64
SLEEP*
57
RESET_OUT*
PS_IN
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT
PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
SYS_EXTWAKE
SYS_HWRST
5
USB_VCC
3
116
VIO
4
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
GND17
GND18
GND19
GND20
GND21
GND22
GND23
GND24
RSVD1
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
RSVD8
RSVD9
TWI0_SDA
3.3V
CLKOUT
VIN
TWI0_SCL
11
23
36
46
58
69
81
93
104
115
118
21
24
51
ANALOG
DEVICES
54
66
RSVD10
68
RSVD11
RSVD12
RSVD13
RSVD14
RSVD15
RSVD16
96
RSVD17
HIROSE_FX8-120P-SV1(91)
Size
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
EI3 1A Conn
Title
100
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
10
of
13
A
B
C
D
P1C
P1B
PA_13/EPPI0_FS2/CAN1_TX/SMC0_ARE/CNT0_ZM
21
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
22
ASYNC_WR
ASYNC_AMS1
ASYNC_INT
96
ASYNC_RD
PA_09/EPPI0_D10/TM0_TMR4/SPT1_AFS/SMC0_A02
ASYNC_A2
ASYNC_A3
101
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
ASYNC_D0
PB_05/EPPI0_D02/SPT0_BD0/SPI0_SEL5/SMC0_D02
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
102
ASYNC_D2
103
ASYNC_D4
105
PB_01/EPPI0_D06/SPT1_BFS/SPI0_MISO/SMC0_D06/TM0_ACI1
1
ASYNC_A1
97
ASYNC_A0
ASYNC_D6
106
PB_08/UART0_TX/EPPI0_D16/SPI2_SEL2/SMC0_D08/SYS_WAKE1
ASYNC_D8
PB_10/SPI2_CLK/TRACE0_CLK/SMC0_D10/TM0_ACLK4
107
ASYNC_D10
108
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
ASYNC_D12
110
PB_15/SPI2_SEL1/TRACE0_D00/SMC0_D15/SPI2_SS
ASYNC_D15
100
PA_15/EPPI0_FS3/SPT0_ATDV/SPT0_BTDV/SMC0_AMS0/CNT0_UD
PA_14/EPPI0_CLK/SPI1_SEL4/SMC0_AWE/TM0_ACLK5
8
ASYNC_AMS0
10
7
ASYNC_AOE
21
25
ASYNC_BGH
22
24
ASYNC_BG
26
27
ASYNC_A5
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
PA_06/TM0_TMR1/SPI0_SEL2/SPI0_RDY/SMC0_A06
29
30
ASYNC_A7
PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
31
32
ASYNC_A9
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4
PC_02/UART0_RTS/CAN0_RX/EPPI0_D13/SMC0_A10/TM0_ACI5/SYS_WAKE3
33
34
ASYNC_A11
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
35
37
ASYNC_A13
38
39
ASYNC_A15
41
42
ASYNC_A17
43
44
ASYNC_A19
45
94
ASYNC_A21
95
96
ASYNC_A23
ASYNC_AMS3
99
25
24
20
ASYNC_D1
19
ASYNC_D3
18
ASYNC_D5
16
ASYNC_D7
15
ASYNC_D9
14
ASYNC_D11
PA_03/SPI1_SEL2/SPI1_RDY/SMC0_ARDY
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
PB_06/EPPI0_D01/SPT0_BFS/SPI0_SEL6/SMC0_D01/TM0_CLK
PA_11/EPPI0_D08/TM0_TMR6/SPT1_AD1/SMC0_A04
PB_04/EPPI0_D03/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_SEL4/SMC0_D03/TM0_ACLK6
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
PB_00/EPPI0_D07/SPT1_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/SMC0_D07/TM0_ACLK3
PB_09/UART0_RX/EPPI0_D17/SPI2_SEL3/SMC0_D09/TM0_ACI3
PC_04/SPT0_BCLK/SPI0_CLK/MSI0_D1/SMC0_A12/TM0_ACLK0
ASYNC_A4
ASYNC_A6
ASYNC_A8
ASYNC_A10
ASYNC_A12
ASYNC_A14
PB_11/SPI2_MISO/TRACE0_D04/SMC0_D11
PB_13/SPI2_D2/UART1_RTS/TRACE0_D02/SMC0_D13
12
PB_14/SPI2_D3/UART1_CTS/TRACE0_D01/SMC0_D14
ASYNC_D14
ASYNC_ARDY
ASYNC_BR
PA_10/EPPI0_D09/TM0_TMR5/SPT1_AD0/SMC0_A03
13
ASYNC_D13
9
ASYNC_AMS2
ASYNC_A16
ASYNC_A18
ASYNC_A20
87
PA_08/EPPI0_D11/MSI0_CD/SPT1_ACLK/SMC0_A01
89
SPORT2_CLK
PA_09/EPPI0_D10/TM0_TMR4/SPT1_AFS/SMC0_A02
29
SPORT2_FS
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
88
SPORT2_TDV
PA_10/EPPI0_D09/TM0_TMR5/SPT1_AD0/SMC0_A03
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
PC_10/SPT1_BCLK/MSI0_D4/SPI1_SEL3/TM0_ACLK1
90
PC_11/SPT1_BFS/MSI0_D5/SPI0_SEL3
SPORT3_FS
30
SPORT3_TDV
SPORT3_D0
SPORT2_D1
SPORT3_D1
91
SPORT2_D0
32
PA_11/EPPI0_D08/TM0_TMR6/SPT1_AD1/SMC0_A04
92
SPORT3_CLK
31
ASYNC_A22
97
99
ASYNC_A25
101
20
ASYNC_D17
102
19
ASYNC_D19
103
18
ASYNC_D21
105
16
ASYNC_D23
106
15
ASYNC_D25
107
14
ASYNC_D27
108
13
ASYNC_D29
110
12
ASYNC_D30
ASYNC_A24
ASYNC_D16
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT
ASYNC_D18
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
ASYNC_D20
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
ASYNC_D22
35
SPORT_INT
ASYNC_D24
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
82
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
83
SPI1_CLK
33
SPI1_MISO
PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
39
PC_10/SPT1_BCLK/MSI0_D4/SPI1_SEL3/TM0_ACLK1
37
SPI1_D2
50
SPI1_RDY
84
SPI1_MOSI
ASYNC_D26
PA_03/SPI1_SEL2/SPI1_RDY/SMC0_ARDY
ASYNC_D28
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
ASYNC_D31
34
SPI1_D3
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
PA_14/EPPI0_CLK/SPI1_SEL4/SMC0_AWE/TM0_ACLK5
SPI1_SEL_C
38
SPI1_SEL_B
PA_03/SPI1_SEL2/SPI1_RDY/SMC0_ARDY
SPI1_SEL_A
85
SPI1_SEL1/SPI1_SS*
112
111
ASYNCH_ABE0
ASYNC_ABE1
47
48
PWM0_AL
49
50
PWM0_BL
PWM0_AH
3.3V
R91
0402
10K
TWI0_SCL
TWI0_SDA
PWM0_BH
56
79
TWI0_A0*
51
42
SCL1*
SDA0*
SDA1*
80
SCL0*
41
55
PWM0_DH
PWM0_DL
57
59
PWM0_TRIP0
2
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
PWM0_CL
54
TWI0_SDA
1
53
PWM0_CH
TWI0_SCL
PA_12/EPPI0_FS1/CAN1_RX/SMC0_AOE/TM0_ACI6/SYS_WAKE4
PWM0_TRIP1
2
56
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
43
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
44
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
45
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
78
GPIO1
PC_03/UART0_CTS/CAN0_TX/EPPI0_D12/SMC0_A11/TM0_ACI0
GPIO2
77
GPIO3
PC_12/SPT1_BD0/MSI0_D6
GPIO4
76
GPIO5
PC_13/SPT1_BD1/MSI0_D7
GPIO6
74
GPIO7*
47
GPIO0
PWM0_SYNC
73
ACM0_CLK
ACM0_FS
ACM0_A0
ACM0_A1
64
PC_14/SPT1_BTDV/MSI0_INT
66
ACM0_A2
PA_07/TM0_TMR2/SPT1_BTDV/SPT1_ATDV/SMC0_A05/CNT0_DG
PC_01/UART1_RX/SPT0_BD1/EPPI0_D14/SMC0_A09/TM0_ACI4
PB_12/SPI2_MOSI/TRACE0_D03/SMC0_D12/SYS_WAKE2
EI3_RESET_IN
48
73
TMR_C
72
TMR_D*
PC_05/SPT0_AFS/TM0_TMR3/MSI0_CMD
62
PC_00/UART1_TX/SPT0_AD1/EPPI0_D15
49
TMR_B
59
65
UART1_RX
60
WAKE*
RESET_IN*
UART1_TX
64
SLEEP*
57
RESET_OUT*
5V
ACM0_T1
PS_IN
VIO
3
GND1
GND2
6
GND3
GND4
17
GND5
5V
71
GND7
3.3V
CLKOUT
120
PS_IN
58
69
GND13
GND14
75
GND15
4
GND2
GND3
11
GND4
109
GND5
23
GND6
117
GND7
36
GND8
GND9
46
GND10
GND11
58
GND12
GND13
69
GND14
GND15
GND16
GND17
93
GND18
GND19
104
GND20
115
GND22
6
17
28
40
52
63
75
86
98
109
GND21
117
GND23
93
GND17
GND1
GND18
98
GND20
115
GND21
GND22
118
GND23
GND24
2
RSVD1
60
RSVD2
61
62
RSVD4
74
76
RSVD6
77
78
RSVD8
79
80
RSVD10
82
83
RSVD12
84
85
RSVD14
87
88
RSVD16
89
90
RSVD18
RSVD3
RSVD5
81
RSVD7
RSVD9
RSVD11
RSVD13
RSVD15
2
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
RSVD8
RSVD9
RSVD10
8
10
27
53
55
RSVD13
RSVD14
RSVD15
94
4
RSVD17
111
RSVD19
113
RSVD21
92
RSVD20
100
RSVD21
113
RSVD24
114
119
RSVD26
26
RSVD12
68
RSVD19
91
9
RSVD11
66
RSVD17
7
RSVD1
RSVD16
RSVD18
RSVD20
RSVD22
51
RSVD25
54
HIROSE_FX8-120P-SV1(91)
61
ANALOG
DEVICES
67
70
95
112
RSVD23
HIROSE_FX8-120P-SV1(91)
Size
Board No.
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
EI3 1B, 1C Conn
Title
114
119
A
3
104
GND19
118
GND24
81
GND16
86
3
3
36
GND12
63
116
VIO
23
46
GND11
5
USB_VCC
11
GND10
52
VIN
4
GND8
40
GND9
1
116
GND6
28
SYS_CLKOUT
5
USB_VCC
120
SYS_HWRST
3.3V
72
1
VIN
SYS_EXTWAKE
67
71
ACM0_T0
ACM0_A4
PA_05/TM0_TMR0/SPI0_SEL1/SMC0_A07/SPI0_SS
TMR_A
65
ACM0_A3
68
PA_04/SPI1_SEL1/TM0_TMR7/SPI2_RDY/SMC0_A08/SPI1_SS
70
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
11
of
13
A
B
C
D
U23
1
OE
LED1_GPIO1_EN
2
A
PA_00/SPI1_CLK/TRACE0_D07/SMC0_ABE0
B
4
PI3A125
SC70_5
U2
U24
1
OE
LED2_GPIO2_EN
B
4
2
A
PB_01/EPPI0_D06/SPT1_BFS/SPI0_MISO/SMC0_D06/TM0_ACI1
16
1Y2
6
14
1Y3
8
1A4
12
1Y4
11
2A1
9
2Y1
2A2
7
2Y2
2A3
5
2Y3
2A4
3
2Y4
1A3
U25
1
OE
LED3_GPIO3_EN
4
1A2
PI3A125
SC70_5
1
18
1Y1
1A1
2
A
PA_01/SPI1_MISO/TRACE0_D06/SMC0_ABE1
B
4
13
PI3A125
SC70_5
15
3.3V
R87
10K
0402
R85
10K
0402
3.3V
2
R88
10K
0402
R86
10K
0402
R84
10K
0402
17
R89
10K
0402
LED5
YELLOW
LED_0603
R80
330.0
0402
1
OE1
19
LED4
YELLOW
LED_0603
LED3
YELLOW
LED_0603
R81
330.0
0402
R82
330.0
0402
POWER
LED2
GREEN
LED_0603
1
R83
330.0
0402
OE2
IDT74FCT3244APY
SSOP20
R70
10K
0402
LABEL "PB1"
R74
100
0402
R75
33
0402
U30
5
SW4
MOMENTARY
SWT024
U21
1
OE
6
4
B
PUSHBUTTON1_EN
2
A
PA_02/SPI1_MOSI/TRACE0_D05/SMC0_AMS1
PI3A125
SC70_5
74LVC14A
SOIC14
3.3V
C101
1UF
0402
3.3V
R72
10K
0402
C108
0.01UF
0402
C106
0.01UF
0402
C107
0.01UF
0402
C109
0.01UF
0402
TP5
2
R71
10K
0402
LABEL "PB2"
R73
100
0402
U30
9
SW3
MOMENTARY
SWT024
R176
0
0402
DNP
R68
33
0402
2
U22
1
OE
8
4
PUSHBUTTON2_EN
2
A
B
PB_07/EPPI0_D00/SPT0_BD1/SPI0_D3/SMC0_D00/SYS_WAKE0
PI3A125
SC70_5
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R77
10K
0402
C100
1UF
0402
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
C104
0.01UF
0402
C103
0.01UF
0402
R78
10K
0402
R178
10K
0402
DNP
R175
0
0402
U49
5
V+
6
OUT
1
1
TARGET_RESET
SET
3
R63
10K
0402
U37
4
VCC
4
3.3V
3
"RESET"
SYS_HWRST
1
GND
ADM6315
SOT143
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
SW2
MOMENTARY
SWT024
R64
10K
0402
2
RESET
3
MR
2
R179
750.0K
0603
LED6
RED
LED_0603
R62
330.0
0402
U44
1
LTC6993-1
SOT95P280-6N
R177
0
0402
R65
10K
0402
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
DIV
GND
U42
2
EI3_RESET_IN
2
"RESET"
4
TRIG
4
3
R79
10K
0402
3.3V
C147
0.01UF
0402
C98
0.01UF
0402
C97
0.01UF
0402
C99
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
3.3V
4
R46
10K
0402
R67
10K
0402
U30
1
R47
10K
0402
U30
2
3
74LVC14A
SOIC14
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R48
10K
0402
U30
4
11
C102
0.01UF
0402
U30
10
74LVC14A
SOIC14
ANALOG
DEVICES
13
74LVC14A
SOIC14
Size
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Push Buttons, LEDs and Reset
Title
12
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
12
of
13
A
B
C
D
5V
3.3V
F1
3A
FUS004
Remove P11 when measuring USB_VBUS
FER6
190
FER002
4
3
1
2
SJ5
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
USB0_VBC
P13
1
C114
1000PF
1206
3
D7
MBRS540T3G
D2
GSOT05
R111
0
0402
5V
P11
USB0_VBUS_EN
1
SOT23-3
2
1
C113
10UF
1210
USB0_VBUS
2
LABEL "GND" ON ALL TPs
IDC2X1
SMC
POWER
CON045
U40
7
IN1
USB0_VBUS_EN
R112
0.05
1206
6
OUT1
8
OUT2
"5V"
FER5
600
1206
CT1
150UF
D
C116
1UF
0805
1
R107
10K
0402
DNP
TP18
2
FLG
GND
3 MIC2025-1
SOIC8
C115
1UF
0805
GP1
LOOP_2838
TP17 TP16 TP15 TP14 TP13
1
EN
C112
1000PF
1206
GND Test Points are scattered on PCB for Test Measurement Purposes.
R108
10K
0402
DNP
"USB0_VBUS"
FER4
600
1206
SHGND
Remove jumpers when measuring power
1.1V
SHGND
"VDD_INT"
3.3V
SJ2
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
5V
"3.3V"
VDD_INT
P9
P8
3.3V
1
1
2
2
SJ1
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
TP10
IDC2X1
IDC2X1
VR1
R109
10K
0402
DNP
2
VDD_INT_SOURCE
R115
0
0402
DNP
17
R114
0402
0
"VDD_EXT"
AVIN
16
SYS_EXTWAKE
R105
0.05
1206
R92
0.05
1206
12
VIN1
VOUT1
EN1
14
BUCK1
SW1
13
PGND1
FB1
L2
1UH
INDC2016
10
C118
10UF
0603
1
IDC2X1
R116
0402
VOUT2
BUCK2
EN2
5
VDD_EXT
R106
0.05
1206
3V_SOURCE
VIN2
7
SJ4
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
12.0K
MODE
3
2
TP11
15
11
2
P10
SW2
PGND2
FB2
L1
1UH
IND_LQH32P
9
C119
10UF
0603
1.8V
4
8
R101
0402
56.0K
"VDD_DMC0"
VDD_DMC0
SJ3
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
TP12
VIN3
22
C121
4.7UF
0805
C120
1UF
0603
R110
10K
0402
C82
1UF
0603
6
EN3
FB3
NC
ADP5024
QFN50P400X400-25N
3
VOUT3
1
2AGND1
18AGND2
23AGND3
24AGND4
AGND5
C122
4.7UF
0805
LDO
25
EPAD
21
20
P12
1
VDD_DMC0_SOURCE
19
R117
0402
R118
10.0K
0402
R113
10.0K
0402
39.0K
C117
10UF
0603
R119
15.0K
0402
2
IDC2X1
R120
0.05
1206
C152
0.1UF
0402
3
TWI address 1000 000x
TWI address 1000 001x
where x is the R/W bit. Read - 1, Write - 0
where x is the R/W bit. Read - 1, Write - 0
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
TP6
U48
11
3V_SOURCE
12
IN-1
16
VPU 4
VS
IN+1
SCL
VDD_INT
VDD_INT_SOURCE
VDD_EXT
3V_SOURCE
14
SDA
R93
10K
0402
DNP
R98
10K
0402
R99
10K
0402
3.3V
R100
10K
0402
6
1
IN+2
U31
TWI0_SDA
9
8
WARNING 9
CRITICAL 10
PV 13
TC
R102
0402
0
DNP
PB_02/EPPI0_D05/SPT1_BD0/SPI0_MOSI/SMC0_D05
VDD_DMC0
VDD_DMC0_SOURCE
IN-3
2
R95
10K
0402
TWI0_SCL
7
IN-2
15
R94
10K
0402
DNP
12
SCL
SDA
5
TWI0_SCL
4
TWI0_SDA
IN-
13
11 IN+
BUS
10
17 GND
EPAD
3.3V
IN+3
VS
ALERT
3
R104
0402
2
A0 1
A1
0
DNP
PB_03/EPPI0_D04/SPT1_BD1/SPI0_D2/SMC0_D04
3.3V
ANALOG
DEVICES
INA230
QFN50P300X300-17N
4
3
17 GND
EPAD
R96
10K
0402
A0 5
INA3221
QFN65P400X400-17N
R103
10K
0402
C110
0.01UF
0402
R97
10K
0402
DNP
C111
0.01UF
0402
Board No.
A
B
C
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
Rev
A0450-2013
C
Date
Nashua, NH 03063
ADSP-BF707 EZ-BOARD
Power
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
1.0
Sheet
04/04/2014
D
13
of
13
I
INDEX
A
ADSP-BF707 processor, x
architecture, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 2-2
B
bill of materials, A-1
board schematic (ADSP-BF707), B-1
boot mode select switch (SW1), 2-17
bus switch, 2-5
example, 2-6
C
CAN0 connector (J4), 2-24
CAN0 interface, 1-10
CAN1 connector (J5), 2-25
CAN1 interface, 1-11
configuration, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 1-3
connectors, 2-21
diagram of locations, 2-21
J3 (RF wireless), 2-23
J4 (CAN0), 2-24
J5 (CAN1), 2-25
J6 (SD), 2-24
J7, J8, J9 (HADC SMC), 2-23
JP1 (HADC), 2-24
P13 (power), 2-22
P1A-C (expansion interface III), 2-22
P2 (TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO), 2-25
P3 (JTAG/SWD/SWO), 2-25
connectors
(continued)
P5 (USB), 2-23
P6 (USB to UART), 2-22
contents, of this EZ-KIT Lite package, 1-2
D
DDR2 memory, 1-8
debug interface, 1-12
default configuration, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 1-3
default jumper and switch settings, 1-4
default processor interface availability, 2-7
design reference information, 1-15
E
EngineerZone, xvii
evaluation license, 1-8
example programs, 1-14
expansion interface, 1-13
expansion interface III connectors (P1A-C),
2-22
F
FET switches, 2-4
example, 2-4
G
general-purpose I/O pins (GPIO), 2-20
GPIO LEDs (LED3-5), 2-20
GPIO push buttons switches (SW3-4), 2-17
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
I-1
Index
H
P
HADC, 1-10
HADC connector (JP1), 2-24
HADC SMC connectors (J7, J8, J9), 2-23
housekeeping ADC, 1-10
package contents, 1-2
power
architecture, 1-13
LED (LED2), 2-20
measurements, 1-14
power connector (P13), 2-22
power jumpers, listing, 2-18
power jumpers (P8-12, P14-18), 2-18
power-on-self test (POST), 1-12
product overview, x
programming SoftConfig switches, 2-8
push buttons and switches, 2-16
I
installation, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 1-4, 1-5
interface
CAN0, 1-10
CAN1, 1-11
debug, 1-12
SD, 1-12
UART0, 1-10
USB, 1-11
J
JTAG/SWD/SWO connector (P3), 2-25
jumpers
diagram of locations, 2-18
L
LEDs, 2-19
diagram of locations, 2-19
LED1 (SYS_FAULT), 2-20
LED2 (power), 2-20
LED3-5 (GPIO), 2-20
LED6 (reset), 2-20
license restrictions, 1-8
M
mechanical switch, 2-5, 2-7
N
notation conventions, xvii
I-2
R
reset LED (LED6), 2-20
reset push button switch (SW2), 2-17
RF wireless connector (J3), 2-23
S
schematic, of ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite, B-1
SD connector (J6), 2-24
SD interface, 1-12
SoftConfig
on the EZ-KIT Lite, 2-7, 2-10
overview, 2-3
programming switches, 2-8
SPI flash, 1-9
startup, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 1-6
supported tools, xvi
switches
programming SoftConfig, 2-8
SW1 (boot mode select), 2-17
SW2 (reset push button), 2-17
SW3-4 (GPIO push buttons), 2-17
switches, diagram of locations, 2-16
SYS_FAULT LED (LED1), 2-20
system architecture, of this EZ-KIT Lite, 2-2
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
Index
T
technical support, xv
TRACE and JTAG/SWD/SWO connector
(P2), 2-25
U
UART0 interface, 1-10
USB connector (P5), 2-23
USB interface, 1-11
USB to UART connector (P6), 2-22
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
I-3
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I-4
ADSP-BF707 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
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