ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual (Rev. 1.0)

ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board
Evaluation System Manual
TM
Revision 1.0, January 2009
Part Number
82-000217-01
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
Norwood, Mass. 02062-9106
Copyright Information
© 2009 Analog Devices, Inc., ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This document may not be reproduced in any form without prior, express written
consent from Analog Devices, Inc.
Printed in the USA.
Disclaimer
Analog Devices, Inc. reserves the right to change this product without
prior notice. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be
accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog
Devices for its use; nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of
third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under the patent rights of Analog Devices, Inc.
Trademark and Service Mark Notice
The Analog Devices icon bar and logo, VisualDSP++, the VisualDSP++
logo, Blackfin, the Blackfin logo, the CROSSCORE logo, EZ-KIT Lite,
and EZ-Extender are registered trademarks of Analog Devices, Inc.
EZ-Board 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-BF518F EZ-Board 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-BF518F EZ-Board is currently being processed for certification that it complies with the essential requirements of the European
EMC directive 89/336/EEC amended by 93/68/EEC and therefore carries
the “CE” mark.
The EZ-Board 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-Board boards in the protective shipping package.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
Purpose of This Manual .................................................................. xv
Intended Audience .......................................................................... xv
Manual Contents ........................................................................... xvi
What’s New in This Manual ........................................................... xvi
Technical or Customer Support ..................................................... xvii
Supported Processors ..................................................................... xvii
Product Information .................................................................... xviii
Analog Devices Web Site ........................................................ xviii
VisualDSP++ Online Documentation ....................................... xix
Technical Library CD ............................................................... xix
Related Documents ................................................................... xx
Notation Conventions .................................................................... xxi
USING ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
Package Contents .......................................................................... 1-3
Default Configuration ................................................................... 1-4
EZ-Board Installation ................................................................... 1-4
EZ-Board Session Startup .............................................................. 1-6
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Evaluation License Restrictions ..................................................... 1-8
Memory Map ............................................................................... 1-9
SDRAM Interface ....................................................................... 1-11
Parallel Flash Memory Interface .................................................. 1-11
eMMC Interface ......................................................................... 1-12
SD Interface ............................................................................... 1-13
SPI Interface .............................................................................. 1-13
Parallel Peripheral Interface (PPI) ................................................ 1-15
Rotary Encoder Interface ............................................................ 1-15
Ethernet Interface ....................................................................... 1-16
Audio Interface ........................................................................... 1-17
ADC Interface ............................................................................ 1-18
UART Interface .......................................................................... 1-19
RTC Interface ............................................................................ 1-20
LEDs and Push Buttons .............................................................. 1-21
JTAG Interface ........................................................................... 1-22
Land Grid Array ......................................................................... 1-22
Expansion Interface II ................................................................. 1-23
Power Measurements .................................................................. 1-24
Power-On-Self Test ..................................................................... 1-24
Example Programs ...................................................................... 1-25
Background Telemetry Channel .................................................. 1-25
Reference Design Information ..................................................... 1-25
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ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD HARDWARE REFERENCE
System Architecture ...................................................................... 2-2
Programmable Flags ...................................................................... 2-3
Push Button and Switch Settings ................................................... 2-7
Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1) .............................................. 2-8
PB Enable Switch (SW2) ......................................................... 2-8
Flash Enable Switch (SW3) ...................................................... 2-9
SPORT1 Enable Switch (SW4) ................................................ 2-9
MIC Gain Switch (SW5) ....................................................... 2-10
Mic/HP LPBK, Audio Mode Switch (SW6) ........................... 2-10
Ethernet Port 1 Configuration Switch (SW7) ......................... 2-11
Ethernet Configuration Switch (SW8) ................................... 2-11
UART Setup Switch (SW10) ................................................. 2-12
Reset Push Button (SW11) .................................................... 2-12
Programmable Flag Push Buttons (SW12–13) ........................ 2-12
Rotary Encoder with Momentary Switch (SW14) .................. 2-13
SPORT0 ENBL Switch (SW15) ............................................. 2-13
SPI/TWI Switch (SW16) ....................................................... 2-13
Ethernet Mode Switch (SW17) .............................................. 2-14
Ethernet Port 2 Configuration Switch (SW18) ....................... 2-14
Encoder Enable Switch (SW19) ............................................. 2-14
eMMC Enable Switch (SW20–21) ......................................... 2-15
ADC Loopback Switches (SW22–23) ..................................... 2-15
Jumpers ...................................................................................... 2-16
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Flash WP Jumper (JP3) ......................................................... 2-17
ADC Range Jumper (JP4) ..................................................... 2-17
LED Select Jumpers (JP11–12) ............................................. 2-17
Ethernet Power Down Jumper (JP13) .................................... 2-17
OTP Flag Enable Jumper (JP14) ........................................... 2-18
MIC Select Jumper (JP15) .................................................... 2-18
SPI FLASH CS Enable Jumper (JP16) ................................... 2-18
ADC Channel Select Jumpers (JP17–28) ............................... 2-19
VDDINT Power Jumper (P8) ............................................... 2-19
VDDEXT Power Jumper (P9) ............................................... 2-19
VDDMEM Power Jumper (P10) ........................................... 2-20
VDDFLASH Power Jumper (P11) ......................................... 2-20
LEDs ......................................................................................... 2-21
GPIO LEDs (LED1–3) ......................................................... 2-22
Ethernet LEDs (LED4–8, LED10–12) .................................. 2-22
Reset LED (LED9) ............................................................... 2-22
Power LED (LED13) ............................................................ 2-23
Connectors ................................................................................. 2-24
Expansion Interface II Connector (J1) ................................... 2-25
RS-232 Connector (J2) ......................................................... 2-25
Power Connector (J3) ........................................................... 2-25
Dual Audio Connectors (J4–5) .............................................. 2-26
SMA Connectors (J7, J16–26) .............................................. 2-26
Battery Holder (J12) ............................................................. 2-26
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SD Connector (J13) .............................................................. 2-26
Ethernet Connectors (J14–15) ............................................... 2-27
JTAG Connector (P1) ........................................................... 2-27
Expansion Interface II Connectors (P2 and P4) ...................... 2-27
Expansion Interface II Connector (P3) ................................... 2-28
DMAX Land Grid Array Connectors (P5–7) .......................... 2-28
Standalone Debug Agent Connector (ZP1) ............................ 2-29
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD SCHEMATIC
Title Page .................................................................................... B-1
Processor EBIU and Control ........................................................ B-2
Processor Power, Bypass Caps ....................................................... B-3
External Memory ......................................................................... B-4
ADC ........................................................................................... B-5
Audio Codec ................................................................................ B-6
Ethernet Switch ........................................................................... B-7
Ethernet Config/LEDs ................................................................. B-8
Ethernet Jacks .............................................................................. B-9
Rotary Encoder, JTAG, RS-232, RSI .......................................... B-10
Logic Analyzer Conn .................................................................. B-11
Push Buttons, Reset, LEDs ......................................................... B-12
Expansion Interface .................................................................... B-13
OTP and Dual Power ................................................................. B-14
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Power ......................................................................................... B-15
Series Terminators ...................................................................... B-16
INDEX
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board™, Analog
Devices, Inc. evaluation system for Blackfin® processors.
Blackfin processors embody a new type of embedded processor designed
specifically to meet the computational demands and power constraints of
today’s embedded audio, video, and communications applications. They
deliver breakthrough signal-processing performance and power efficiency
within a reduced instruction set computing (RISC) programming model.
Blackfin processors support a media instruction set computing (MISC)
architecture. This architecture is the natural merging of RISC, media
functions, and digital signal processing (DSP) characteristics. Blackfin
processors deliver signal-processing performance in a microprocessor-like
environment.
Based on the Micro Signal Architecture (MSA), Blackfin processors combine a 32-bit RISC instruction set, dual 16-bit multiply accumulate
(MAC) DSP functionality, and eight-bit video processing performance
that had previously been the exclusive domain of very-long instruction
word (VLIW) media processors.
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The evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the VisualDSP++® development environment to test the capabilities of the
ADSP-BF518F Blackfin processors. The VisualDSP++ development environment aids advanced application code development and debug, such as:
• Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written
in C++, C, and ADSP-BF518F 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
• Plot memory
Access to the ADSP-BF518F processor from a personal computer (PC) is
achieved through a USB port or an external JTAG emulator. The USB
interface of the standalone debug agent gives unrestricted access to the
ADSP-BF518F processor and evaluation board’s peripherals. Analog
Devices JTAG emulators offer faster communication between the host PC
and target hardware. To learn more about Analog Devices emulators and
processor development tools, go to http://www.analog.com/dsp/tools/.
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board provides example programs to demonstrate
the capabilities of the product.
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board installation is part of the VisuL The
alDSP++ installation. As an EZ-KIT Lite, an EZ-Board is a
licensed product that offers an unrestricted evaluation license for
the first 90 days. For details about evaluation license restrictions
after the 90 days, refer to “Evaluation License Restrictions” on
page 1-8 and the VisualDSP++ Installation Quick Reference Card.
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The board features:
• Analog Devices ADSP-BF518F Blackfin processor
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Core performance up to 400 MHz
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External bus performance up to 80 MHz
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176-pin LQFP package
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25 MHz crystal
• Programmable VDDINT core power
•
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Analog Devices AD5258 TWI digital potentiometer
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Analog Devices ADP1715 low dropout linear regulator
Synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM)
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Micron MT48LC32M16A2TG – 64 MB (32M x 16-bits)
• Parallel flash memory
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Numonyx M29W320EB – 4 MB (2M x 16-bits)
• eMMC flash memory
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Micron MTFC2GDKDM – 2 GB
• SPI flash memory
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Numonyx M25P16 – 16 Mb
• Analog audio interface
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Analog Devices SSM2602 low-power audio codec
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One stereo LINE
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One headphone LINE
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One input MIC jack
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One input stereo LINE
OUT
jack
IN
IN
jack
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• Ethernet interface
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Micrel KSZ8893M PHY device
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10-BaseT and 100-BaseTX Ethernet controller
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Auto-MDIX
• ADC interface
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Analog Devices AD7266 2 MSPS, 12-bit, 3-channel SAR
analog-to-digital converter
• Thumbwheel
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Panasonic EVQ-WKA001 rotary encoder
• Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART)
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ADM3202 RS-232 line driver/receiver
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DB9 female connector
• LEDs
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Thirteen LEDs: one board reset (red), three general-purpose
(amber), eight configurable ethernet LEDs (amber) and one
power (green)
• Push buttons
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Three push buttons: one reset, two programmable flags with
debounce logic
• Expansion interface II™
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Next generation of the expansion interface design, provides
access to most of the ADSP-BF518F processor signals
• Land grid array
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Easy probing of all port pins and most EBIU signals
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• Other features
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JTAG ICE 14-pin header
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Blackfin power measurement jumpers
For information about the hardware components of the EZ-Board, refer
to “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Hardware Reference” on page 2-1.
Purpose of This Manual
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board 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-BF518F EZ-Board.
Finally, a schematic and a bill of materials are provided as a reference for
future designs.
The product software installation is detailed in the VisualDSP++ Installation Quick Reference Card.
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 and
instruction set. Programmers who are unfamiliar with Analog Devices
processors can use this manual, but should supplement it with other texts
(such as the ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference and
Blackfin Processor Instruction Set Reference) that describe your target
architecture.
Programmers who are unfamiliar with VisualDSP++ should refer to the
VisualDSP++ online Help and user’s or getting started guides. For the
locations of these documents, see “Related Documents”.
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Manual Contents
Manual Contents
The manual consists of:
• Chapter 1, “Using ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board” on page 1-1
Describes EZ-Board functionality from a programmer’s perspective
and provides an easy-to-access memory map.
• Chapter 2, “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Hardware Reference” on
page 2-1
Provides information on the EZ-Board hardware components.
• Appendix A, “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Bill Of Materials” on
page A-1
Provides a list of components used to manufacture the EZ-Board.
• Appendix B, “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1
Provides the resources to allow EZ-Board board-level debugging or
to use as a reference design. Appendix B is part of the online Help.
What’s New in This Manual
This is the first revision of the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System
Manual.
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Technical or Customer Support
You can reach Analog Devices, Inc. Customer Support in the following
ways:
• Visit the Embedded Processing and DSP products Web site at
http://www.analog.com/processors/technical_support
• E-mail tools questions to
[email protected]
• E-mail processor questions to
[email protected] (World wide support)
[email protected] (Europe support)
[email protected] (China support)
• Phone questions to 1-800-ANALOGD
• Contact your Analog Devices, Inc. local sales office or authorized
distributor
• Send questions by mail to:
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
Supported Processors
This evaluation system supports Analog Devices ADSP-BF518F Blackfin
embedded processors.
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Product Information
Product Information
Product information can be obtained from the Analog Devices Web site,
VisualDSP++ online Help system, and a technical library CD.
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.
Visit MyAnalog.com to sign up. If you are a registered user, just log on.
Your user name is your e-mail address.
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VisualDSP++ Online Documentation
Online documentation comprises the VisualDSP++ Help system, software
tools manuals, hardware tools manuals, processor manuals, Dinkum
Abridged C++ library, and FLEXnet License Tools software documentation. You can search easily across the entire VisualDSP++ documentation
set for any topic of interest.
For easy printing, supplementary Portable Documentation Format (.pdf)
files for all manuals are provided on the VisualDSP++ installation CD.
Each documentation file type is described as follows.
File
Description
.chm
Help system files and manuals in Microsoft help format
.htm or
.html
Dinkum Abridged C++ library and FLEXnet License Tools software documentation. Viewing and printing the .html files requires a browser, such as Internet
Explorer 6.0 (or higher).
.pdf
VisualDSP++ and processor manuals in PDF format. Viewing and printing the
.pdf files requires a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (4.0 or higher).
Technical Library CD
The technical library CD contains seminar materials, product highlights, a
selection guide, and documentation files of processor manuals, VisualDSP++ software manuals, and hardware tools manuals for the following
processor families: Blackfin, SHARC, TigerSHARC, ADSP-218x, and
ADSP-219x.
To order the technical library CD, go to http://www.analog.com/procesnavigate to the manuals page for your
processor, click the request CD check mark, and fill out the order form.
sors/technical_library,
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Product Information
Data sheets, which can be downloaded from the Analog Devices Web site,
change rapidly, and therefore are not included on the technical library
CD. Technical manuals change periodically. Check the Web site for the
latest manual revisions and associated documentation errata.
Related Documents
For information on product related development software, see the following publications.
Table 1. Related Processor Publications
Title
Description
ADSP-BF512/ADSP-BF514/ADSP-BF516/ADSP- General functional description, pinout, and
BF518 Blackfin Embedded Processor Preliminary
timing of the processor.
Data Sheet
ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference
Description of internal processor architecture and all register functions.
Blackfin Processor Programming Reference
Description of all allowed processor assembly instructions.
Table 2. Related VisualDSP++ Publications
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Title
Description
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
Description of the hardware capabilities of
the evaluation system; description of how to
access these capabilities in the VisualDSP++
environment.
VisualDSP++ User’s Guide
Description of VisualDSP++ features and
usage.
VisualDSP++ Assembler and Preprocessor Manuals
Description of the assembler function and
commands.
VisualDSP++ C/C++ Complier and Library Manual for Blackfin Processors
Description of the complier function and
commands for Blackfin processors.
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Table 2. Related VisualDSP++ Publications (Cont’d)
Title
Description
VisualDSP++ Linker and Utilities Manual
Description of the linker function and commands.
VisualDSP++ Loader and Utilities Manual
Description of the loader/splitter function
and commands.
VisualDSP++ Device Drivers and System Services
Manual for Blackfin Processors
Description of the device drivers’ and system
services’ functions and commands.
Notation Conventions
Text conventions used in this manual are identified and described as
follows.
Example
Description
Close command
(File menu)
Titles in reference sections indicate the location of an item within the
VisualDSP++ 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.
.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.
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Notation Conventions
Example
L
a
[
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Description
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-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
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EZ-BOARD
This chapter provides specific information to assist you with development
of programs for the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board evaluation system.
The following topics are covered.
• “Package Contents” on page 1-3
• “Default Configuration” on page 1-4
• “EZ-Board Installation” on page 1-4
• “EZ-Board Session Startup” on page 1-6
• “Evaluation License Restrictions” on page 1-8
• “Memory Map” on page 1-9
• “SDRAM Interface” on page 1-11
• “Parallel Flash Memory Interface” on page 1-11
• “eMMC Interface” on page 1-12
• “SPI Interface” on page 1-13
• “Parallel Peripheral Interface (PPI)” on page 1-15
• “Rotary Encoder Interface” on page 1-15
• “Ethernet Interface” on page 1-16
• “Audio Interface” on page 1-17
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• “ADC Interface” on page 1-18
• “UART Interface” on page 1-19
• “RTC Interface” on page 1-20
• “LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 1-21
• “JTAG Interface” on page 1-22
• “Land Grid Array” on page 1-22
• “Expansion Interface II” on page 1-23
• “Power Measurements” on page 1-24
• “Power-On-Self Test” on page 1-24
• “Example Programs” on page 1-25
• “Background Telemetry Channel” on page 1-25
• “Reference Design Information” on page 1-25
For information about VisualDSP++, including the boot loading, target
options, and other facilities, refer to the online Help.
For more information about the ADSP-BF518F Blackfin processor, see
documents referred to as “Related Documents”.
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Package Contents
Your ADSP-BF518F EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system package contains the
following items.
• ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board
• VisualDSP++ Installation Quick Reference Card
• CD containing:
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VisualDSP++ software
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ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board debug software
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USB driver files
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Example programs
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• Universal 5.0V DC power supply
• 256 MB SD card
• 7-foot Ethernet patch cable
• Two 6-foot 3.5 mm male-to-male audio cables
• 18-inch SMA to SMA coaxial cable
If any item is missing, contact the vendor where you purchased your
EZ-Board or contact Analog Devices, Inc.
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Default Configuration
Default Configuration
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board board is designed to run outside your personal computer as a stand-alone unit. You do not have to open your
computer case.
The EZ-Board 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-Board in the protective shipping package.
When removing the EZ-Board from the package, handle the board carefully to avoid the discharge of static electricity, which can damage some
components. Figure 1-1 shows the default jumper and switch settings,
connector locations, and LEDs used in installation. Confirm that your
board is in the default configuration before using the board.
EZ-Board Installation
For correct operation, install the software in the order presented in the
VisualDSP++ Installation Quick Reference Card. Substitute instructions in
step 3 with instructions in this section.
There are two options to connect the EZ-Board hardware to a personal
computer (PC) running VisualDSP++ 5.0: via an Analog Devices emulator or via a standalone debug agent module. The standalone debug agent
allows a debug agent to interface to the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board. The
standalone debug agent is shipped with the kit.
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Figure 1-1. Default EZ-Board Hardware Setup
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EZ-Board Session Startup
To connect the EZ-Board to a PC via an emulator:
1. Plug the 5V adaptor into connector J3 (labeled 5V).
2. Attach the emulator header to connector P1 (labeled JTAG) on the
back side of the EZ-Board.
To connect the EZ-Board to a PC via a standalone debug agent:
The debug agent can be used only when power is supplied from the
a wall
adaptor.
1. Attach the standalone debug agent to connectors P1 (labeled JTAG)
and ZP1 on the backside of the EZ-Board, watching for the keying
pin of P1 to connect correctly. Plug the 5V adaptor into connector
J3 (labeled 5V).
2. Plug one side of the provided USB cable into the USB connector of
the standalone debug agent. Plug the other side of the cable into a
USB port of the PC running VisualDSP++ 5.0 update 5 or later.
3. Verify that the yellow USB monitor LED on the standalone debug
agent (LED4, located on the back side of the board) is lit. This signifies that the board is communicating properly with the host PC
and ready to run VisualDSP++.
EZ-Board Session Startup
1. If you are running VisualDSP++ for the first time, navigate to the
VisualDSP++ environment via the Start–>Programs menu. The
main window appears. Note that VisualDSP++ is not connected to
any session. Skip the rest of this step to step 2.
If you have run VisualDSP++ previously, the last opened session
appears on the screen. You can override the default behavior and
force VisualDSP++ to start a new session by pressing and holding
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down the Ctrl key while starting VisualDSP++. Do not release the
Ctrl key until the Session Wizard appears on the screen. Go to
step 3.
2. To connect to a new EZ-KIT Lite session, start Session Wizard by
selecting one of the following.
• From the Session menu, New Session.
• From the Session menu, Session List. Then click New Session from the Session List dialog box.
• From the Session menu, Connect to Target.
3. The Select Processor page of the wizard appears on the screen.
Ensure Blackfin is selected in Processor family. In Choose a target
processor, select ADSP-BF518F. Click Next.
4. The Select Connection Type page of the wizard appears on the
screen. For standalone debug agent connection, select EZ-KIT Lite
and click Next. For emulator connection select Emulator, and click
Next
5. The Select Platform page of the wizard appears on the screen.
For standalone debug agent connection, ensure that the selected
platform is ADSP-BF518F EZ-KIT Lite via Debug Agent. For
emulator connection, choose the type of emulator that is connected.
Specify your own Session name for the session or accept the default
name.
The session name can be a string of any length; although, the box
displays approximately 32 characters. The session name can
include space characters. If you do not specify a session name,
VisualDSP++ creates a session name by combining the name of the
selected platform with the selected processor. The only way to
change a session name later is to delete the session and open a new
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session.
Click Next.
6. The Finish page of the wizard appears on the screen. The page displays your selections. Check the selections. If you are not satisfied,
click Back to make changes; otherwise, click Finish. VisualDSP++
creates the new session and connects to the EZ-Board. Once connected, the main window’s title is changed to include the session
name set in step 5.
disconnect from a session, click the disconnect button
L Toor select
Session–>Disconnect from Target.
To delete a session, select Session –> Session List. Select the session name from the list and click Delete. Click OK.
Evaluation License Restrictions
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board installation is part of the VisualDSP++
installation. The EZ-Board is a licensed product that offers an unrestricted
evaluation license for the first 90 days. Once the initial unrestricted
90-day evaluation license expires:
• VisualDSP++ restricts a connection to the ADSP-BF518F
EZ-Board via the USB port of the standalone debug agent interface
only. Connections to simulators and emulation products are no
longer allowed.
• The linker restricts a user’s program to 20 KB of memory for code
space with no restrictions for data space.
• The EZ-Board hardware must be connected and powered up to use
VisualDSP++ with a valid evaluation or permanent license.
Refer to the VisualDSP++ Installation Quick Reference Card for details.
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Memory Map
The ADSP-BF518F processor has internal static random access memory
(SRAM) used for instructions and data storage. See Table 1-1. The internal memory details can be found in the ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor
Hardware Reference.
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board includes four types of external memory:
synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM), serial peripheral
interconnect (SPI) flash, parallel flash, and eMMC. See Table 1-2. For
more information about a specific memory type, go to the respective section in this chapter.
Table 1-1. EZ-Board Internal Memory Map
Start Address
Content
0xEF00 0000
BOOT ROM (32K BYTE)
0xEF00 8000
Reserved
0xFF80 0000
DATA BANKA SRAM (16K BYTE)
0xFF80 4000
DATA BANKA SRAM/CACHE (16K BYTE)
0xFF80 8000
Reserved
0xFF90 0000
DATA BANKB SRAM (16K BYTE)
0xFF90 4000
DATA BANKB SRAM/CACHE (16K BYTE)
0xFF90 8000
Reserved
0xFFA0 0000
INSTRUCTION BANK A SRAM (16K BYTE)
0xFFA0 4000
Reserved
0xFFA0 8000
INSTRUCTION BANK B SRAM (16 BYTE)
0xFFA0 C000
Reserved
0xFFA1 0000
INSTRUCTION SRAM/CACHE (16K BYTE)
0xFFA1 4000
Reserved
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Table 1-1. EZ-Board Internal Memory Map (Cont’d)
Start Address
Content
0xFFB0 0000
SCRATCHPAD SRAM (4K BYTE)
0xFFB0 1000
Reserved
0xFFC0 0000
SYSTEM MMR REGISTERS
0xFFE0 0000
CORE MMR REGISTERS
Table 1-2. EZ-Board External Memory Map
Start Address
End Address
Content
0x0000 0000
0x03FF FFFF
SDRAM (SDRAM)
0x0800 0000
0x1FFF FFFF
Reserved
0x2000 0000
0x200F FFFF
ASYNC memory bank 0 (flash)
0x2010 0000
0x201F FFFF
ASYNC memory bank 1 (flash)
0x2020 0000
0x202F FFFF
ASYNC memory bank 2 (flash)
0x2030 0000
0x203F FFFF
ASYNC memory bank 3 (flash)
0x2040 0000
0xEEFF FFFF
Reserved
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SDRAM Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor connects to a 64 MB Micron
MT48LC32M16A2TG-75 chip through the external bus interface unit
(EBIU). The SDRAM chip can operate at a maximum clock frequency of
80 MHz, which is the ADSP-BF518F processor limitation.
With a VisualDSP++ session running and connected to the EZ-Board via
the USB standalone debug agent, the SDRAM registers are configured
automatically each time the processor is reset. The values are used whenever SDRAM is accessed through the debugger (for example, when
viewing memory windows or loading a program).
To disable the automatic setting of the SDRAM registers, select Target
Options from the Settings menu in VisualDSP++ and uncheck Use XML
reset values. For more information on changing the reset values, refer to
the online Help.
An example program is included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to setup and access the SDRAM interface. For more
information on how to initialize the registers after a reset, search the VisualDSP++ online Help for “reset values”.
Parallel Flash Memory Interface
The parallel flash memory interface of the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board contains a 4 MB (2M x 16 bits) Numonyx M29W320EB chip. Flash memory
connects to the 16-bit data bus and address lines 1 through 19. Chip
enable is decoded by the AMS0—3 select lines through NAND and AND
gates. The address range for flash memory is 0x2000 0000 to 0x203F FFFF.
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eMMC Interface
Flash memory is pre-loaded with boot code for the power-on-self test
(POST) program. For more information, refer to “Power-On-Self Test”
on page 1-24. Flash memory also is preloaded with configuration flash
information, which contains board revision, BOM revision, and other
data.
By default, the EZ-Board boots from the 16-bit parallel flash memory.
The processor boots from flash memory if the boot mode select switch
(SW1) is set to position 1 (see “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)” on
page 2-8).
Flash memory code can be modified. For instructions, refer to the online
Help and example program included in the EZ-Board installation
directory.
For more information about the parallel flash device, refer to the Numonyx Web site: http://www.numonyx.com/.
eMMC Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor is equipped with a removable storage interface (RSI), which allows the 2 Gb Micron eMMC device to be attached
gluelessly to the processor. The eMMC device is attached via the processor’s specific RSI control and data lines. The eMMC device shares pins
with the secure digital (SD) interface, push buttons, analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and expansion interface II.
The RSI signals can be disconnected from the eMMC device by turning
switches SW20 and SW21 all OFF. See “eMMC Enable Switch (SW20–21)”
on page 2-15 for more information.
For more information about the eMMC device, refer to the Micron Web
site: http://www.micron.com/.
An example program is included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to setup and access the eMMC device.
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SD Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has a secure digital interface. The SD interface consists of a clock pin, a command pin, and a four-bit data bus. The
SD interface of the processor connects gluelessly to the on-board SD connector. The SD interface is attached via the processor’s specific RSI
control and data lines. The interface shares pins with the eMMC interface,
codec, and expansion interface II. The memory can be written to in both
one-bit and four-bit modes. For more information, refer to “SD Connector (J13)” on page 2-26. An example program is included in the EZ-Board
installation directory to demonstrate how to setup and access the SD
interface.
SPI Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has two serial peripheral interface (SPI)
ports with multiple chip select lines. The SPI0 port connects directly to
serial flash memory, audio codec, Ethernet IC, and the expansion
interface II.
Serial flash memory is a 16 Mb ST M25P16 device, which is selected
using the SPISEL2 line of the processor.
SPI flash memory is factory programmed with Das U-Boot—the universal
boot loader. Das U-Boot (U-Boot for short) is open source firmware for
embedded processors, including the ADSP-BF518F Blackfin processors.
U-Boot can load files from a variety of peripherals, such as a serial connection, an Ethernet network connection, or flash memories. U-Boot is
executed at system reset, which automatically loads up another application
(such as the Linux kernel or a stand alone application). U-Boot can parse
many types of files on many types of storage devices.
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SPI Interface
U-Boot is controlled via a serial connection. The default setting is 56700
baud, 8 data bits, No parity, 1 stop bit. See “RS-232 Connector (J2)” on
page 2-25 for information on the serial connector.
For more information about U-Boot, refer to the online documentation
at:
http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=bootloaders:u-boot.
For U-Boot support on the Blackfin processors, refer to the online help
forums at:
http://blackfin.uclinux.org/gf/project/u-boot/forum/?action=ForumBrowse&foru
m_id=51.
SPI flash can be modified. For instructions, refer to the VisualDSP++
online Help, example program included in the EZ-Board installation
directory, and U-Boot documentation. U-Boot includes an SPI flash
driver and can be used to download a new file over Ethernet or serial connection, and write the file to SPI flash.
By default, the EZ-Board boots from the 16-bit flash parallel memory. SPI
flash can be selected as the boot source by setting the boot mode select
switch (SW1) to position 3. See “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)” on
page 2-8.
The audio codec is set up to use the SPISEL3 signal as the SPI chip select.
The chip select is shared with the CUD signal. For more information, refer
to “Audio Interface” on page 1-17.
The Ethernet IC is set up to use the SPISEL1 signal as the SPI chip select.
For more information, refer to “Ethernet Interface” on page 1-16.
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Parallel Peripheral Interface (PPI)
The ADSP-BF518F processor provides a parallel peripheral interface
(PPI), supporting data widths up to 16 bits. The PPI interface provides
three multiplexed frame syncs, a multiplexed clock, and 16 multiplexed
data lines. The full PPI port is accessible on the expansion interface II
connector (P3). See “Expansion Interface II Connector (P3)” on
page 2-28.
The PPI signals connect to multi-functional pins. The PPI is shared with
the on-board codec, eMMC, SD, and Ethernet IC. To use the PPI on the
expansion interface, disable the codec by turning switch SW15 to all OFF
(see “SPORT0 ENBL Switch (SW15)” on page 2-13). The eMMC is disabled by turning switches SW20 and SW21 to all OFF, and the SPI flash is
disabled by removing the jumper from JP16. See “eMMC Enable Switch
(SW20–21)” on page 2-15 and “SPI FLASH CS Enable Jumper (JP16)”
on page 2-18.
The PPI is not used on the EZ-Board, the PPI is intended for use on the
expansion interface II.
Rotary Encoder Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has a built-in, up-down counter with support for a rotary encoder. The three-wire rotary encoder interface connects
to the thumbwheel rotary switch (SW19) and expansion interface II. The
rotary encoder can be turned clockwise for the up function, counter clockwise for the down function, or can be pushed towards the center of the
board to clear the counter.
The rotary switch is a two-bit quadrature (gray code) counter with a
detent, meaning that both the down signal (CDG) and up signal (CUD) toggle when the count register increases on a rotation to the right. Upon
rotating to the left, CDG and CUD toggle, and the overall count decreases.
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Ethernet Interface
If the processor pins are needed for the expansion interface II, disconnect
the rotary encoder switch via the three-position rotary enable switch
(SW19). For more information, see “Encoder Enable Switch (SW19)” on
page 2-14.
An example program is included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to set up and access the rotary encoder interface.
Ethernet Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has an integrated Ethernet MAC with
media independent interface (MII) which connects to an external PHY.
The EZ-Board provides a Micrel KSZ8893M Integrated 3-Port 10/100
Managed Switch with PHYs, fully compliant with IEEE 802.3u standards.
The KSZ8893M chip supports 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX operations.
The part is attached gluelessly to the processor.
The Ethernet signals are shared with the PPI signals connected to the
expansion interface II.
The Ethernet mode is set by three switches. Switch SW7 controls the configuration of the port 1 connector. SW7 configures the flow control,
duplex, speed, and auto-negotiation. Switch SW18 controls the configuration of the port 2 connector. SW18 configures the flow control, duplex,
speed, auto-negotiation, auto MDI/MDI-X, and MDI/MDI-X settings.
Switch SW8 controls the Ethernet IC configuration. SW8 configures the
flow control, hardware pin overwrite, and serial bus mode. See “Ethernet
Port 1 Configuration Switch (SW7)” on page 2-11, “Ethernet Port 2 Configuration Switch (SW18)” on page 2-14, and “Ethernet Configuration
Switch (SW8)” on page 2-11 for more information.
The Ethernet chip is pre-loaded with a MAC address. The MAC address
for the EZ-Board is stored in the configuration flash section of the parallel
flash memory and can be found on a sticker on the bottom side of the
board.
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The PHY portion of the Ethernet chip connects to a Pulse HX1188 magnetics, then to standard RJ-45 Ethernet connectors (J14 and J15). For
more information, see “Ethernet Connectors (J14–15)” on page 2-27.
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to use the Ethernet interface.
Audio Interface
The audio interface of the EZ-Board consists of a low-power stereo codec,
SSM2602, with an integrated headphone driver and associated passive
components. There are two inputs, a stereo line in, and a mono microphone, as well as two outputs, a headphone, and a stereo line out. The
codec has integrated stereo ADCs, digital-to-analog converters (DACs),
and requires minimal external circuitry.
The codec connects to the ADSP-BF518F processor via the processor’s
serial port 0. The SPORT0 is disconnected from the codec by turning switch
SW15 OFF, which enables SPORT0 for the SD/eMMC interface or the expansion interface II. See “SPORT0 ENBL Switch (SW15)” on page 2-13 for
more information.
The control interface of the codec is selected by switching SW16 between
the 2-wire interface (TWI) and SPI. The board’s default is SPI mode.
Refer to“SPI/TWI Switch (SW16)” on page 2-13 for more information.
Mic gain values of 14 dB, 0 dB, or –6 dB are selectable through switch
SW5. For more information, see “MIC Gain Switch (SW5)” on page 2-10.
Microphone bias is provided through a low-noise reference voltage. A
jumper on positions 2&3 of JP15 connects the MICBIAS signal to the audio
jack. Placing a jumper on positions 1&2 of JP15 connects the bias directly
to the mic signal. For more information, see “MIC Select Jumper (JP15)”
on page 2-18.
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ADC Interface
and J5 are 3.5 mm connectors for the audio portion of the board. J5
connects the mic on the top portion and line-in on the bottom. J4 connects the headphone on the top portion and line-out on the bottom. If
there is no 3.5 mm cable plugged into the bottom of either J4 or J5, the
signals are looped back inside the connector. For more information, see
“Dual Audio Connectors (J4–5)” on page 2-26.
J4
For testing, SW6 positions 1&2 connect the MICIN signal to either the left
or right headphone. Do not connect the left and right to the MICIN signal
at the same time—only position 1 or 2 of SW6 should be ON at the same
time. For more information, see “Mic/HP LPBK, Audio Mode Switch
(SW6)” on page 2-10.
The EZ-Board is shipped with two 3.5 mm cables, which allow you to run
the example programs provided in the EZ-Board installation directory and
learn about the audio interface.
ADC Interface
The ADC interface of the EZ-Board consists of a dual, 12-bit, high-speed,
low-power, successive approximation analog-to-digital converter. The
device contains two converters, each preceded by a 3-channel multiplexer,
a low-noise, wide-bandwidth track, and holds an amplifier that can handle
input frequencies in excess of 30 MHz. There are four differential and
four single-ended inputs on the EZ-Board that are accessed via SMA
connectors.
The ADC connects to the ADSP-BF518F processor via the processor’s
serial port 1. SPORT1 is disconnected from the ADC by turning switch SW4
OFF, which enables SPORT1 for the expansion interface II or for the
multi-function pins, in which case the port’s signals can be used for the
RSI or as push buttons. See “SPORT1 Enable Switch (SW4)” on page 2-9
for more information.
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The ADC range is controlled by jumper JP4. This jumper selects whether
the input range for the ADC is 2.5V or 5 V. The max voltage range for a
signal connected to the SMA connector is 0–5V. Any voltage outside of
this range can damage the EZ-Board. For more information, see “ADC
Range Jumper (JP4)” on page 2-17.
Jumpers JP17–28 are used to connect the SMA connector to the ADC
input. When there is no input connected to the SMA connector, the
jumper should have the shunt installed on pins 2&3. This setting connects the signal going to the ADC input to ground and keeps the noise
level low. When an input signal is connected to the SMA connector, the
shunt should be installed on position 1&2. For more information, see
“ADC Channel Select Jumpers (JP17–28)” on page 2-19.
For testing, switches SW22–23 connect an audio output signal from the
codec to the input channels of the ADC. Do not connect to the SMA connectors and have these switches ON at the same time. For more
information, see “Mic/HP LPBK, Audio Mode Switch (SW6)” on
page 2-10.
UART Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has two built-in universal asynchronous
receiver transmitters (UARTs). UART0—1 share the processor’s pins with
other peripherals on the EZ-Board.
has full RS-232 functionality via the Analog Devices 3.3V
ADM3202 line driver and receiver (U21). When using UART0, do not set
switch SW10 position 4 to ON. This setting enables UART loopback and
should be installed only when running the POST program.
UART0
and UART1 are connected to the expansion interface II connectors.
For more information, see “Expansion Interface II Connectors (P2 and
P4)” on page 2-27.
UART0
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RTC Interface
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate UART and RS-232 operations.
For more information on the UART interface, refer to the ADSP-BF51x
Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference.
RTC Interface
The ADSP-BF518F processor has a real-time clock (RTC) and a watchdog
timer. Typically, the RTC interface is used to implement a real-time
watchdog or a life counter of the time elapsed since the last system reset.
The EZ-Board is equipped with a Panasonic CR1632 lithium coin and 3V
battery supplying 125 mAh. The 3V battery and 3.3V supply of the board
connect to the RTC power pin of the processor. When the EZ-Board is
powered, the RTC circuit uses the board power to supply voltage to the
RTC pin. When the EZ-Board is not powered, the RTC circuit uses the
lithium battery to maintain power to the RTC pin. After removing the
mylar, the battery lasts for about one year with the EZ-Board unpowered.
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate the RTC features.
EZ-Board is shipped with a protective Mylar sheet placed
L The
between the coin battery and positive pin of the battery holder.
Remove the Mylar sheet before using the RTC in the processor.
For more information on the RTC and watchdog timer, refer to the
ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference.
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LEDs and Push Buttons
The EZ-Board provides two push buttons and three LEDs for general-purpose I/O, as well as two additional push buttons intended for
power down and wake functionality, which also can be used as GPIO flag
pins.
The three LEDs, labeled LED1 through LED3, are accessed via the PH3, PH5,
and PH6 pins of the processor (respectively). For information on how to
program the flag pins, refer to the ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference.
is shared with the ADC_A0, MMC_D7, and OTP_EN signals. LED2 is shared
with the CDG and ADC_A1 signals. LED3 is shared with the CZM and ADC_A2
signals.
LED1
The LED1—3 signals also connect to the expansion interface II connectors.
See “Expansion Interface II Connector (J1)” on page 2-25 and “Expansion
Interface II Connectors (P2 and P4)” on page 2-27 for more information.
The two general-purpose push buttons are labeled PB1 and PB2. The status
of each individual button can be read through programmable flag inputs
PH0 and PH1. The flag reads ‘1’ when a corresponding switch is being
pressed. When the switch is released, the flag reads ‘0’. A connection
between the push buttons and processor inputs is established through
positions 1&2 of the DIP switch SW2.
Push buttons 1 and 2 of SW2 are used as GPIO signals on the expansion
interface II connectors (J1, P2, P4). To use the PH0 and PH1 port pins as
GPIO signals on the expansion interface II, turn SW2 to all OFF.
is shared with the DR1PRI and MMC_D4 signals. PB2 is shared with the
RFS1 and MMC_D5 signals.
PB1
An example program is included in the ADSP-BF518F installation directory to demonstrate functionality of the LEDs and push buttons.
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JTAG Interface
JTAG Interface
The JTAG connector (P1) allows the standalone debug agent to connect a
debug session to the ADSP-BF518F processor. The debug agent operates
only when the external 5V wall adaptor is used (J3). When operating the
EZ-Board from a battery or USB bus power, the debug agent is not
powered.
The standalone debug agent can be removed, and an external emulator
can be attached to the EZ-Board. Be careful not to damage the connectors
when removing the debug agent. The emulator connects to P1 on the back
side of the board. See “EZ-Board Installation” on page 1-4 for more
information.
For more information about emulators, contact Analog Devices or go to:
http://www.analog.com/processors/blackfin/evaluationDevelopment/crosscore/.
Land Grid Array
The ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board has provisions for probing every port pin
and the EBIU interface of the processor on connectors P5—7. The connector locations are intended for use with a Tektronix DMAX logic analyzer
connector, but can be probed with any oscilloscope or logic analyzer. For
pinout information, refer to“ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Schematic” on
page B-1.
For more information on the Tektronix DMAX logic analyzer interface,
go to the Tektronix Web site.
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Expansion Interface II
The expansion interface II allows an Analog Devices EZ-Extender or a
custom-design daughter board to be tested across various hardware platforms that have the same expansion interface.
The expansion interface II implemented on the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board
consists of four connectors, three of which are 0.1 in. shrouded headers
(P2—4), and the last of which is a Samtec QMS series header (J1). The connectors contain a majority of the ADSP-BF518F processor signals. For
pinout information, go to “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Schematic” on
page B-1. The mechanical dimensions of the expansion connectors can be
obtained by contacting Technical or Customer Support.
For more information about daughter boards, visit the Analog Devices
Web site at:
http://www.analog.com/processors/blackfin/evaluationDevelopment/crosscore/.
Limits to current and interface speed must be taken into consideration
when using the expansion interface II. Current for the expansion
interface II is sourced from the EZ-Board; therefore, the current should be
limited to 1A for 5V and 500 mA for the 3.3V planes. If more current is
required, then a separate power connector and a regulator must be
designed on a daughter card. Additional circuitry can add extra loading to
signals, decreasing their maximum effective speed.
Devices does not support and is not responsible for the
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effects of additional circuitry.
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Power Measurements
Power Measurements
Several locations are provided for measuring the current draw from various power planes. Precision 0.1 ohm shunt resistors are available on the
VDDINT, VDDEXT, VDDMEM, and VDDFLASH voltage domains.
For current draw measuments, the associated jumper (P8—11) should be
removed. Once the jumper is removed, the voltage across the resistor can
be measured using an oscilloscope. Once voltage is measured, current can
be calculated by dividing the voltage by 0.1. For the highest accuracy, a
differential probe should be used for measuring voltage across the resistor.
For more information, see “VDDINT Power Jumper (P8)” on page 2-19,
“VDDEXT Power Jumper (P9)” on page 2-19, “VDDMEM Power
Jumper (P10)” on page 2-20, and “VDDFLASH Power Jumper (P11)” on
page 2-20.
Power-On-Self Test
The power-on-self-test program (POST) tests all EZ-Board peripherals
and validates functionality as well as connectivity to the processor. Once
assembled, each EZ-Board is fully tested for an extended period of time
with a POST. All EZ-Boards are shipped with the POST preloaded into
one of its on-board flash memories. 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 VisualDSP++ installation directory along with the readme text file, which
describes how the EZ-Board is configured to run a POST.
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Example Programs
Example programs are provided with the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board to
demonstrate various capabilities of the product. The programs are
installed with the VisualDSP++ software and can be found in the
<install_path>\Blackfin\Examples\ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board directory.
Refer to the readme file provided with each example for more
information.
Background Telemetry Channel
The USB debug agent supports the background telemetry channel (BTC),
which facilitates data exchange between VisualDSP++ and the processor
without interrupting processor execution.
The BTC allows you to read and write data in real time while the processor continues to execute. For increased performance of the BTC,
including faster reading and writing, please check our latest line of processor emulators at:
http://www.analog.com/en/embedded-processing-dsp/sharc/USB-EMULATOR/products/product.html.
For more information about BTC, see the
online help.
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 and EZ-Board
products.
The information can be found at:
http://www.analog.com/en/embedded-processing-dsp/content/reference_designs/fca.html.
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HARDWARE REFERENCE
This chapter describes the hardware design of the ADSP-BF518F
EZ-Board board.
The following topics are covered.
• “System Architecture” on page 2-2
Describes the ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board configuration and explains
how the board components interface with the processor.
• “Programmable Flags” on page 2-3
Shows the locations and describes the programming flags (PFs).
• “Push Button and Switch Settings” on page 2-7
Shows the locations and describes the push buttons and switches.
• “Jumpers” on page 2-16
Shows the locations and describes the configuration jumpers.
• “LEDs” on page 2-21
Shows the locations and describes the LEDs.
• “Connectors” on page 2-24
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
System Architecture
This section describes the processor’s configuration on the EZ-Board
(Figure 2-1).
64 MB
SDRAM
(32M x 16)
4 MB
Flash
(2M x 16 )
3.3 Volts
3.3 Volts
32.768 KHz
Oscillator
3.3 volt
SD
Connector
eMMC
RSI
RJ45
RJ45
UARTs
CLKIN
SPI
GPIO
Low Speed Group
1B
Low Speed
Group 1A
3.3 Volts
ADSP-BF518F
Processor
400 MHz
176-lead LQFP
Low Speed
Group 2A
Micrel
KSZ8893
MAC
High Speed I/O
LEDs
(8)
2GB
UP/DN
CNTR
IDC Conn
14 Pin 0.1
EBIU
JTAG
Port
RTC
Rotary
LEDs (3)
PBs (2)
SPORT
TWI
SPORT
16 Mb
SPI Flash
3.3 Volts
RS-232
TX/RX
3.3 Volts
25 MHz
Oscillator
3.3 Volts
12 bit
3 Channel A/D
AD7266
SSM2602
Codec
3.3 Volts
4
Differential
Inputs
4 Single
Ended
Inputs
RS-232
Female
Mic
In
Aud
In
Head
Out
Aud
Out
12 MHz
Oscillator
3.3 Volts
Figure 2-1. System Architecture
This EZ-Board is designed to demonstrate the ADSP-BF518F Blackfin
processor capabilities. The processor has an I/O voltage of 3.3V. The core
voltage of the processor is controlled by an Analog Devices ADP1715 low
dropout regulator (LDO) and an Analog Devices AD5258 digipot, which
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is configurable over the 2-wire interface (TWI) signals. Refer to the
power-on-self test (POST) example in the ADSP-BF518F installation
directory of VisualDSP++ for information on how to set up the TWI
interface.
The core voltage and clock rate can be set on the fly by the processor. The
input clock is 25 MHz. A 32.768 kHz crystal supplies the real-time clock
(RTC) inputs of the processor. The default boot mode for the processor is
external parallel flash boot. See “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)” on
page 2-8 for information on how to change the default boot mode.
Programmable Flags
The processor has 40 general-purpose input/output (GPIO) signals spread
across three ports (PF, PG, and PH). The pins are multi-functional and
depend on the ADSP-BF518F processor setup. The following tables show
how the programmable flag pins are used on the EZ-Board.
•
PF
programmable flag pins – Table 2-1
•
PG
programmable flag pins – Table 2-2
•
PH
programmable flag pins – Table 2-3
Table 2-1. PF Port Programmable Flag Connections
Processor Pin
Other Processor Function
EZ-Board Function
PF0
ETxD2/PPID0/SPI1_SSEL2/TA
CLK6
Default: ETXD2
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF1
ERxD2/PPID1/PWM_AH/TACLK7
Default: ERXD2
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF2
ETxD3/PPID2/PWM_AL
Default: ETXD3
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF3
ERxD3/PPID3/PWM_BH/TACLK0
Default: ERXD3
Land grid array, expansion interface II
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Table 2-1. PF Port Programmable Flag Connections (Cont’d)
Processor Pin
Other Processor Function
EZ-Board Function
PF4
ERxCLK/PPID4/PWM_BL/TACLK1
Default: ERXCLK
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF5
ERxDV/PPID5/PWM_CH/TACI0
Default: ERXDV
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF6
COL/PPID6/PWM_CL/TACI1
Default: COL
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF7
SPI0_SSEL1/PPID7/PWM_SYNC
Default: SPI0_SSEL1
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF8
MDC/PPID8/SPI1_SSEL4
Default: MDC
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF9
RMIIMDIO/PPID9/TMR2
Default: MDIO
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF10
ETxD0/PPID10/TMR3
Default: ETXD0
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF11
ERxD0/PPID11/PWM_AH/TACI3
Default: ERXD0
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF12
ETxD1/PPID12/PWM_AL
Default: ETXD1
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF13
ERxD1/PPID13/PWM_BH
Default: ERXD1
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF14
ETxEN/PPID14/PWM_BL
Default: ETXEN
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PF15
RMII_PHYINT/PPID15/
PWM_SYNC
Default: RMII_PHYINT
Land grid array, expansion interface II
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Table 2-2. PG Port Programmable Flag Connections
Processor Pin
Other Processor Function
EZ-Board Function
PG0
MIICRS/RMIICRS/HWAIT/SPI1_SSEL3
Default: MIICRS
HWAIT, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG1
ERxER/DMAR1/PWM_CH
Default: ERXER
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG2
MIITxCLK/RMIIREF_CLK/
DMAR0/PWM_CL
Default: MIITXCLK
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG3
DR0PRI/RSI_DATA0/
SPI0_SSEL5/TACLK3
Default: DR0PRI
SD_D0, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG4
RSCLK0/RSI_DATA1/TMR5/
TACI5
Default: RSCLK0
SD_D1, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG5
RFS0/RSI_DATA2/PPICLK_1/
TMRCLK
Default: RFS0
SD_D2, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG6
TFS0/RSI_DATA3/TMR0/
PPIFS1_1
Default: TFS0
SD_D3, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG7
DT0PRI/RSI_CMD/TMR1/
PPIFS2_1
Default: DT0PRI
SD_CMD, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG8
TSCLK0/RSI_CLK/TMR6/TACI6
Default: TSCLK0
SD_CLK, land grid array, expansion interface II
PG9
DT0SEC/UART0_TX/TMR4
Default: UART0_TX
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG10
DR0SEC/UART0_RX/TACI4
Default: UART0_RX
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG11
SPI0_SS/AMS[2]/SPI1_SSEL5/
TACLK2
Default: AMS2
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG12
SPI0_SCK/PPICLK_2/TMRCLK
Default: SPI0_SCK
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG13
SPI0_MISO/TMR0/PPIFS1_2
Default: SPI0_MISOI
Land grid array, expansion interface II
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Table 2-2. PG Port Programmable Flag Connections (Cont’d)
Processor Pin
Other Processor Function
EZ-Board Function
PG14
SPI0_MOSI/TMR1/PPIFS2_2/
PWM_TRIPB
Default: SPI0_MOSI
Land grid array, expansion interface II
PG15
SPI0_SSEL2/PPIFS3/AMS[3]
Default: AMS3
SPI0_SEL2, land grid array, expansion
interface II
Table 2-3. PH Port Programmable Flag Connections
Processor Pin
Other Processor Function
EZ-Board Function
PH0
DR1PRI/SPI1_SS/RSI_DATA4
Default: PB1
DR1PRI, MMC_D4, land grid array, expansion
interface II
PH1
RFS1/SPI1_MISO/RSI_DATA5
Default: PB2
RFS1, MMC_D5, land grid array, expansion
interface II
PH2
RSCLK1/SPI1_SCK/RSI_DATA6
Default: not used
RSCLK1, MMC_D6, land grid array, expansion
interface II
PH3
DT1PRI/SPI1_MOSI/RSI_DATA7
Default: LED1
ADC_A0, MMC_D7, OTP_EN, land grid array,
expansion interface II
PH4
TFS1/AOE/SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
Default: SPI0_SSEL3
CUD, land grid array, expansion interface II
PH5
TSCLK1/ARDY/ECLK/CDG
Default: LED2
CDG, ADC_A1, land grid array, expansion
interface II
PH6
DT1SEC/UART1_TX/
SPI1_SSEL1/CZM
Default: LED3
CZM, ADC_A2, land grid array, expansion
interface II
PH7
DR1SEC/UART1_RX/TMR7/TACI2
Default: not used
DR1SEC, land grid array, expansion interface II
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Push Button and Switch Settings
This section describes operation of the push buttons and switches. The
push button and switch locations are shown in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2. Push Button and Switch Locations
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Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)
The boot mode select switch (SW1) determines the boot mode of the processor. Table 2-4 shows the available boot mode settings. By default, the
ADSP-BF518F processor boots from the on-board parallel flash memory.
The selected position of
is marked by the notch down the
L entire
rotating portion of the switch, not the small arrow.
SW1
Table 2-4. Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)
SW1 Position
Processor Boot Mode
0
Reserved
1
Boot from 8- or 16-bit external flash memory (default)
2
Boot from 16-bit asynchronous FIFO
3
Boot from serial SPI memory
4
Boot from SPI host device
5
Boot from serial TWI memory
6
Boot from TWI host
7
Boot from UART0 host
PB Enable Switch (SW2)
The PB enable switch (SW2) disconnects the associated push buttons from
the GPIO pins of the processor and allows the signals to be used for other
purposes (see Table 2-5).
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Table 2-5. Push Button Enable Switch (SW2)
SW2 Position (Default)
From
To
Function
1 (ON)
Push button 1 (SW12)
Processor
(U12, PH0)
ON (PB1)
OFF (ADC DR1PRI,
Processor
(U12, PH1)
ON (PB2)
OFF (ADC RFS1,
2 (ON)
Push button 2 (SW13)
eMMC,
expansion interface II)
eMMC,
expansion interface II)
Flash Enable Switch (SW3)
The flash enable switch (SW3) disconnects the ~AMSx signals from parallel
flash memory (U5) and allows other devices to utilize the signals via the
expansion interface II. For each switch listed in Table 2-6 that is turned
OFF, the size of available flash memory is reduced by 1 MB. ~AMS3 is shared
with ~SPI0_SEL2 of the external SPI flash. When using the external SPI
flash, the available size for parallel flash is 3 MB.
Table 2-6. Flash Enable Switch (SW3)
SW3 Switch Position (Default)
Processor Signal
1 (ON)
~AMS0
2 (ON)
~AMS1
3 (ON)
~AMS2
4 (ON)
~AMS3
SPORT1 Enable Switch (SW4)
The SPORT1 enable switch (SW4) connects the SPORT1 interface of the processor to the ADC7266 (U2) device. When the SPORT1 interface is used on
the expansion interface II, turn SW4 all OFF. SW4 is set to all OFF by default.
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The SPORT1 interface is shared with other on-board components, such as
the eMMC device and push buttons.
MIC Gain Switch (SW5)
The microphone gain switch (SW5) sets the gain of the MIC signal, which is
connected to the top 3.5 mm jack (J5). The gain can be set to 14 dB,
0 dB, or –6 dB by turning position 1, 2, or 3 of SW5 ON (see Table 2-7).
When the corresponding position for the desired gain is ON, the remaining
positions must be OFF. Refer to “Audio Interface” on page 1-17 for more
information about the audio codec.
Table 2-7. MIC Gain Switch (SW5)
Gain
SW5 Switch Settings
5 (14 dB)
ON, OFF, OFF, OFF
1 (0 dB)
OFF, ON, OFF, OFF
0.5 (–6 dB)
OFF, OFF, ON, OFF (default)
Unused
OFF, OFF, OFF, OFF
Mic/HP LPBK, Audio Mode Switch (SW6)
The SW6 switch places the EZ-Board in a loopback to test the board for
signal/circuit continuity and functionality. SW6 positions 1&2 connect the
MICIN signal to the headphone’s left and right outputs for audio loopback.
Do not turn SW6 positions 1&2 ON at the same time. See “Power-On-Self
Test” on page 1-24 for more information.
positions 3&4 select the control interface for the audio codec.
positions 3 ON and 4 OFF select the SPI interface, while position 3 OFF
and position 4 ON select TWI mode. By default, SW6 is OFF, OFF, ON, OFF.
See “SPI/TWI Switch (SW16)” on page 2-13 for more information.
SW6
SW6
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Ethernet Port 1 Configuration Switch (SW7)
The Ethernet port 1 configuration switch (SW7) is used to configure certain Ethernet settings related to port 1 via hardware, instead of software
(see Table 2-8).
Table 2-8. Ethernet Port 1 Configuration Switch (SW7)
SW7 Position (Default)
Description
Position
Function
1 (ON)
Force flow control
OFF
ON
Disable
Enable
2 (ON)
Force full/half
OFF
ON
Half duplex
Full duplex
3 (ON)
Force speed
OFF
ON
10BaseT
100BaseTX
4 (OFF)
Auto-negotiation
OFF
ON
Enable
Disable
Ethernet Configuration Switch (SW8)
The Ethernet configuration switch (SW8) is used to configure certain
Ethernet settings via hardware, instead of software (see Table 2-9).
Table 2-9. Ethernet Configuration Switch (SW8)
SW8 Position (Default)
Description
Position
Function
1 (ON)
Advertise flow control
OFF
ON
Disable
Enable
2 (ON)
Hardware pin overwrite
OFF
ON
Enable
Disable
3, 4 (ON, OFF)
Serial bus mode
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
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OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Not used
TWI slave
SPI slave
Not used
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UART Setup Switch (SW10)
The UART setup switch (SW10) configures the UART0 signals from the
GPIO pins of the processor. Position 4 is used to place the UART0 port of
the processor in a loopback condition. The jumper connects the UART0_TX
line of the processor to the UART0_RX signal of the processor. This is
required when a POST program is run to test the serial port interface. By
default, SW10 is ON, OFF, ON, OFF.
Reset Push Button (SW11)
The reset push button (SW11) resets the following ICs.
• Processor (U12), parallel flash (U5), and Ethernet IC (U4)
The reset push button does not reset the following ICs.
• SDRAM (U14), eMMC (U16)
• Audio codec (U1), UART0 (U21), schmitt trigger hex inverter (U6)
• Digipot (U7), power (VR1—5)
The reset push button does not reset the standalone debug agent once the
debug agent is connected to a personal computer (PC). After communication between the debug agent and PC is initialized, pushing a reset button
does not reset the USB chip on the debug agent. The only way to reset the
USB chip on the debug agent is to power down the EZ-Board.
Programmable Flag Push Buttons (SW12–13)
Two momentary push buttons (SW12 and SW13) are provided for general-purpose user input. The buttons connect to the PH0 and PH1 GPIO
pins of the processor. The push buttons are active high and, when pressed,
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send a high (1) to the processor. The GPIO enable switch (SW2) disconnects the push buttons from the corresponding push button signals. Refer
to “PB Enable Switch (SW2)” on page 2-8 for more information.
Rotary Encoder with Momentary Switch (SW14)
The rotary encoder (SW14) can be turned clockwise for an up count or
counter-clockwise for a down count. The encoder also features a momentary switch, activated by pushing the switch towards the processor, which
resets the counter to zero. The rotary encoder is a two-bit quadrature (gray
code) encoder. Refer to the Rotary Counter section of the ADSP-BF51x
Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference for more information.
The rotary encoder is disconnected from the processor by setting SW19
positions 1, 2, and 3 to OFF. See “Encoder Enable Switch (SW19)” on
page 2-14 for more information.
SPORT0 ENBL Switch (SW15)
The SPORT0 enable switch (SW15) connects the SPORT0 interface of the processor to the audio codec, SSM2602 (U1). When the SPORT0 interface is
used on the expansion interface II, turn SW15 all OFF. By default, SW15 is
set to all ON.
SPI/TWI Switch (SW16)
The SPI/TWI switch (SW16) selects the control interface for the SSM2602
audio codec. By default, SW16 is ON, OFF, ON, OFF, ON, OFF and selects the
SPI interface. TWI is selected by setting SW16 to OFF, OFF, OFF, ON, OFF, ON.
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Ethernet Mode Switch (SW17)
The Ethernet mode switch (SW17) selects the control interface for the
KSZ8893M device. By default, SW17 is ON, ON, ON, OFF, ON, OFF and
selects the SPI interface. TWI is selected by setting SW17 to OFF, OFF, OFF,
ON, OFF, ON.
Ethernet Port 2 Configuration Switch (SW18)
The Ethernet port 2 configuration switch (SW18) is used to configure certain Ethernet settings related to port 1 via hardware, instead of software
(see Table 2-10).
Table 2-10. Ethernet Port 2 Configuration Switch (SW18)
SW18 Position (Default)
Description
Position
Function
1 (ON)
Force flow control
OFF
ON
Disable
Enable
2 (ON)
Force full/half
OFF
ON
Half duplex
Full duplex
3 (ON)
Force speed
OFF
ON
10BaseT
100BaseTX
4 (OFF)
Auto-negotiation
OFF
ON
Enable
Disable
5 (OFF)
Auto MDI/MDI-X
OFF
ON
Enable
Disable
6 (OFF)
MDI/MDI-X setting
OFF
ON
MDI-X
MDI
Encoder Enable Switch (SW19)
The encoder enable switch (SW19) disconnects the rotary encoder signals
from the GPIO pins of the processor. When SW19 is OFF, its associated
GPIO signals can be used on the expansion interface II (see Table 2-11).
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Table 2-11. Encoder Enable Switch (SW19)
SW19 Position (Default)
From
To
1 (OFF)
Encoder (SW14)
Processor (U1, PF13)
2 (OFF)
Encoder (SW14)
Processor (U1, PF12)
3 (OFF)
Encoder (SW14)
Processor (U1, PF11)
eMMC Enable Switch (SW20–21)
The eMMC enable switches (SW20 and SW21) connect the RSI signals to
the on-board eMMC memory device. The eMMC interface and the SD
interface share the same signals; therefore, no card should be inserted into
the SD connector when the eMMC device is used. The default for the
switches is all OFF so that the SD connector can be used.
ADC Loopback Switches (SW22–23)
The ADC loopback switches (SW22 and SW23) are used for testing only.
The switches are used to send an analog signal generated from the codec to
the ADC circuit for evaluation.
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Jumpers
Jumpers
This section describes functionality of the configuration jumpers.
Figure 2-2 shows the jumper locations.
Figure 2-3. Configuration Jumper Locations
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Flash WP Jumper (JP3)
The flash WP jumper (JP3) is used to write-protect block 70 of the parallel flash chip. Block 70 contains 64 KB of configuration data at address
range 0x203 F0000—0x203 FFFFF. When the jumper is installed on JP3,
and the parallel flash driver from Analog Devices is used, block 70 is
read-only. By default, JP3 is installed.
ADC Range Jumper (JP4)
The ADC range jumper JP4 is used to select the range of the input signal
to the ADC. The jumper determines whether the input range for the ADC
is 2.5V or 5 V. The max voltage range for a signal connected to the SMA
connector is 0–5V. Any voltage outside of this range can damage the
EZ-Board. By default, JP4 is installed.
LED Select Jumpers (JP11–12)
The LED select jumpers (JP11 and JP12) are used to configure how Ethernet status is reported on the LEDs. By default, JP11 is installed, and JP12
is not installed. The LEDs can be used to report the status of the link,
activity on the line, duplex mode speed, and collisions. For more information about the LEDs, refer to the KSZ8893M data sheet provided by the
product manufacturer.
Ethernet Power Down Jumper (JP13)
The Ethernet power down jumper (JP13) is used to put the KSZ8893M
PHY into a power down mode. In this mode, the entire chip is powered
down, and the register configuration is not saved. By default, JP13 is not
installed.
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OTP Flag Enable Jumper (JP14)
The OTP flag enable jumper (JP14) controls the precise 7V OTP voltage
regulator. When installed, JP14 allows OTP writes.
must be installed for OTP writes to be successful. The nominal 2.5V
for OTP is temporarily raised to 7V when PH3 is set high. Care must be
taken when using the OTP_FLAG signal in order to avoid driving 7V for an
extended amount of time.
JP14
is a limited amount of time 7V can be applied to the procesa There
sor’s OTP interface. Violating the specifications listed in the
ADSP-BF512/ADSP-BF514/ADSP-BF516/ADSP-BF518 Blackfin
Embedded Processor data sheet can damage the processor.
Configured properly, JP14 connects the processor’s PH3 flag pin to the
shut-down pin of the ADP1611 switching converter. Refer to the
ADSP-BF51x Blackfin Processor Hardware Reference Manual and the
ADSP-BF512/ADSP-BF514/ADSP-BF516/ADSP-BF518 Blackfin Embedded Processor data sheet for more information about OTP writes.
MIC Select Jumper (JP15)
The microphone select jumper (JP15) connects the MICBIAS signal to the
MICIN signal (JP15 on positions 1&2) or connects the MICBIAS signal to
the 3.5 mm connector J5 (JP15 on positions 2&3). By default, JP15 is
installed on positions 2&3.
SPI FLASH CS Enable Jumper (JP16)
The SPI flash CS enable jumper (JP16) connects the SPI0_SSEL2 signal to
the SPI flash. When installing JP16, position 3 of SW3 needs to be turned
OFF since the SPI0_SSEL2 signal is shared with the ~AMS3 signal connected
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to parallel flash. When using SPI flash, the available memory that is accessible on parallel flash is reduced from 4 MB to 3 MB. By default, JP16 is
not installed.
ADC Channel Select Jumpers (JP17–28)
The ADC channel select jumpers JP17—28 are used to connect the SMA
connector to the ADC input. When there is no input connected to the
SMA connector, the jumper should have the shunt installed on pins 2&3.
This connects the signal going to the ADC input to ground and keeps the
noise level low. When an input signal is connected to the SMA connector,
the shunt should be installed on position 1&2. By default, JP17—28 are
installed on positions 2&3.
VDDINT Power Jumper (P8)
The VDDINT power jumper (P8) is used to measure the core voltage and
current supplied to the processor core. P8 is ON by default, and the power
flows through the two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove P8 and
measure voltage across the 0.1 ohm resistor. Once voltage is measured,
power can be calculated. For more information, refer to “Power Measurements” on page 1-24.
VDDEXT Power Jumper (P9)
The VDDEXT power jumper (P9) is used to measure the processor’s I/O
voltage and current. By default, P9 is ON, and the power flows through the
two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove the jumper and measure
voltage across the 0.1 ohm resistor. Once voltage is measured, power can
be calculated. For more information, refer to “Power Measurements” on
page 1-24.
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VDDMEM Power Jumper (P10)
The VDDMEM power jumper (P10) is used to measure the voltage and
current supplied to the memory interface of the processor. By default, P10
is ON, and the power flows through the two-pin IDC header. To measure
power, remove P10 and measure voltage across the 0.1 ohm resistor. Once
voltage is measured, power can be calculated. For more information, refer
to “Power Measurements” on page 1-24.
VDDFLASH Power Jumper (P11)
The VDDFLASH power jumper (P11) is used to measure the flash voltage
and current supplied to the processor core. P11 is ON by default, and the
power flows through the two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove
P11 and measure voltage across the 0.1 ohm resistor. Once voltage is measured, power can be calculated. For more information, refer to “Power
Measurements” on page 1-24.
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LEDs
This section describes the on-board LEDs. Figure 2-4 shows the LED
locations.
Figure 2-4. LED Locations
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LEDs
GPIO LEDs (LED1–3)
Three LEDs connect to three general-purpose I/O pins of the processor
(see Table 2-12). The LEDs are active high and lit by writing a ‘1’ to the
correct programmable flag signal.
Table 2-12. GPIO LEDs
LED Reference Designator
Processor Programmable Flag Pin
LED1
PH3
LED2
PH5
LED3
PH6
Ethernet LEDs (LED4–8, LED10–12)
The Ethernet LEDs LED4—8 and LED10—12 are used to report the status of
port 1 and port 2 of the KSZ8893M switch. The status displayed by the
LEDs is controlled by jumpers JP11 and JP12. The LEDs can be used to
report the status of the link, activity on the line, duplex mode speed, and
collisions. For more information on the LEDs, refer to the KSZ8893M
data sheet provided by the product manufacturer. For more information,
see “LED Select Jumpers (JP11–12)” on page 2-17.
Reset LED (LED9)
When LED9 is lit, it indicates that the master reset of all major ICs is
active. The reset LED is controlled by the Analog Devices ADM708
supervisory reset circuit. You can assert the reset push button (SW11) to
assert the master reset and activate LED9. For more information, see “Reset
Push Button (SW11)” on page 2-12.
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Power LED (LED13)
When LED13 is lit solid, it indicates that the board is powered.
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Connectors
Connectors
This section describes connector functionality and provides information
about mating connectors. The connector locations are shown in Figure 2-5.
Connectors shown with a dotted line are on the backside of the PCB
Figure 2-5. Connector Locations
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Expansion Interface II Connector (J1)
is a board-to-board connector providing signals from the external bus
interface unit (EBIU) of the processor. The connector is located on the
left edge of the board. For more information, see “Expansion Interface II”
on page 1-23. For availability and pricing of the connector, contact
Samtec.
J1
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
104-position 0.025”, SMT header
SAMTEC
QMS-052-11-L-D-A
Mating Connector
104-position 0.025”, SMT socket
SAMTEC
QFS-052-01-L-D-A
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
DB9, female, vertical mount
NORCOMP
191-009-213-L-571
RS-232 Connector (J2)
Mating Cable
2m female-to-female cable
DIGI-KEY
AE1020-ND
Power Connector (J3)
The power connector (J3) provides all of the power necessary to operate
the EZ-Board.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
0.65 mm power jack
CUI
045-0883R
Mating Power Supply (shipped with the EZ-Board)
[email protected] power supply
CUI STACK
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Connectors
Dual Audio Connectors (J4–5)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
3.5 mm dual stereo jack
SWITCHCRAFT
35RAPC7JS
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
3.5 mm male/male 6’ cable
RANDOM
10A3-01106
SMA Connectors (J7, J16–26)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
SMA straight jack receptacle
JOHNSON COMPONENTS
142-0701-201
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
SMA male/male 18" cable
CRYSTEK CORPORATION
CCMA-MM-18
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
16 mm battery holder
MEMORY PROTECTION
BH600
Battery Holder (J12)
Mating Battery (shipped with the EZ-Board)
3V 125MAH 16 mm LI-COIN
PANASONIC
CR1632
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
SD 9-pin connector
ITT CANON
CCM05-5777LFT T50
SD Connector (J13)
Mating Memory Card (shipped with the EZ-Board)
256 MB
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SDSDB-256-A10
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Ethernet Connectors (J14–15)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RJ-45 Ethernet jack
STEWART
SS-6488-NF
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
Cat 5E patch cable
RANDOM
PC10/100T-007
JTAG Connector (P1)
The JTAG header is the connecting point for a JTAG connection to the
ADSP-BF518F processor. The standalone debug agent requires both connectors P1 and ZP1.
Pin 3 is missing to provide keying. Pin 3 in the mating connector should
have a plug.
When using an emulator with the EZ-Board, the standalone debug agent
must be removed. Follow the installation instructions provided in
“EZ-Board Installation” on page 1-4, using P1 as the JTAG connection
point.
Expansion Interface II Connectors (P2 and P4)
and P4 are board-to-board connectors providing signals for the SPI,
TWI, UART, SPORT interfaces and GPIO signals of the processor. The
connectors are located on the upper and lower edges of the board. For
more information, see “Expansion Interface II” on page 1-23. For availability and pricing of the connectors, contact Samtec.
P2
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
50-position 0.1”, SMT header
SAMTEC
TSSH-125-01-L-DV-A
A D S P -B F 5 1 8 F E Z -B o a rd E v a lu a tio n S y ste m M a n u a l
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Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Mating Connector
50-position 0.1”, SMT socket
SAMTEC
SSW-125-22-F-D-VS
Expansion Interface II Connector (P3)
is a board-to-board connector providing signals for the PPI, TWI, and
GPIO signals of the processor. The connector is located on the upper edge
of the board. For more information, see “Expansion Interface II” on
page 1-23. For availability and pricing of the connector, contact Samtec.
P3
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
70-position 0.1”, SMT header
SAMTEC
TSSH-135-01-L-DV-A
Mating Connector
70-position 0.1”, SMT socket
SAMTEC
SSW-135-22-F-D-VS
DMAX Land Grid Array Connectors (P5–7)
The land grid array areas (P5—7) are intended for the probing of the processor signals. The pads are exposed and designed to attach a Tektronix
logic analyzer to the connectors listed in the following table. For more
information about the land grid array, consult the Tektronix Web site.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Primary retention
TEKTRONIX
020290800
Alternate retention
TEKTRONIX
020291000
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Standalone Debug Agent Connector (ZP1)
ZP1 connects the standalone debug agent to the EZ-Board. The standalone
debug agent requires both the ZP1 and P1 connectors. For more information, see “EZ-Board Installation” on page 1-4.
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BILL OF MATERIALS
The bill of materials corresponds to “ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Schematic” on
page B-1.
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Manufacturer
Part Number
1
1
74LVC14A
SOIC14
U6
TI
74LVC14AD
2
1
IDT74FCT3244A U10
PY SSOP20
IDT
IDT74FCT3244APYG
3
1
32.768KHZ
OSC008
U3
EPSON
MC-156-32.7680KA-A0:
ROHS
4
1
25MHZ OSC003
U19
EPSON
SG-8002CA MP
5
4
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
U23-26
TI
SN74LVC1G08DBVR
6
1
MT48LC32M16A U14
2TG-75 TSOP54
MICRON
MT48LC32M16A2P-75
7
1
SI4411DY SO-8
U8
VISHAY
Si4411DY-T1-E3
8
2
HX1188 ICS007
U27-28
DIGI-KEY
553-1340-ND
9
1
12MHZ OSC003
U20
EPSON
SG-8002CA-MP
10
1
SN74AUC1G00
SOT23-5
U13
TI
SN74AUC1G00DBVR
11
1
KS8893M
PQFP128
U4
MICREL
KSZ8893MQL
12
1
BF518 M25P16
“U9”
U9
ST MICRO
M25P16-VMW6G
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
13
1
BF518
M29W320EB
"U5"
U5
STMICRO
M29W320EB70ZE6E
14
1
MTFC2GDKDM
FBGA169
U16
MICRON
MTFC2GDKDM-WT
15
1
ADM708SARZ
SOIC8
U22
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM708SARZ
16
1
ADM3202ARNZ
SOIC16
U21
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM3202ARNZ
17
1
ADSP-BF518F
LQFP176
U12
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADSP-BF518BSWZ-4F4
18
1
ADP1864AUJZ
SOT23-6
VR1
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1864AUJZ-R7
19
1
ADP1611
MSOP8
VR6
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1611ARMZ-R7
20
1
ADP1715
MSOP8
VR5
ANALOG
ADP1715ARMZ-R7
21
1
ADP1710 TSOT5
VR3
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1710AUJZ-R7
22
1
ADR550B
SOT23-3
U11
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADR550BRTZ-REEL7
23
1
AD5258
MSOP10
U7
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD5258BRMZ10
24
1
SSM2602 ICS009
U1
ANALOG
DEVICES
SSM2602CPZ-R2
25
1
ADP1715
MSOP8
VR4
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1715ARMZ-1.8R7
26
6
AD8022 MSOP8
U29-34
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8022ARMZ
27
1
AD7266
LFCSP32
U2
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD7266BCPZ
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
28
1
ADP1610
MSOP8
VR2
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1610ARMZ-R7
29
1
DIP3 SWT015
SW19
DIGI-KEY
CKN6114-ND
30
1
DIP8 SWT016
SW20
C&K
TDA08H0SB1
31
6
DIP6 SWT017
SW15-18,SW2223
CTS
218-6LPST
32
7
DIP4 SWT018
SW3-8,SW10
ITT
TDA04HOSB1
33
12
SMA XPINS
CON043
J7,J16-26
JOHNSON
COMP
142-0701-201
34
1
DB9 9PIN
CON038
J2
NORCOMP
191-009-213-L-571
35
2
DIP2 SWT020
SW2,SW21
C&K
CKN9064-ND
36
4
IDC 2X1
IDC2X1
P8-11
FCI
90726-402HLF
37
5
IDC 2X1
IDC2X1
JP3,JP11-14
FCI
90726-402HLF
38
13
IDC 3X1
IDC3X1
JP15,JP17-28
FCI
90726-403HLF
39
1
3A RESETABLE
FUS004
F1
TYCO
SMD300F-2
40
24
IDC
2PIN_JUMPER_
SHORT
SJ1-24
DIGI-KEY
S9001-ND
41
1
PWR .65MM
CON045
J3
CUI
045-0883R
42
2
3.5MM
DUAL_STEREO
CON050
J4-5
SWITCHCRAFT
35RAPC7JS
43
1
SD_CONN 9PIN
CON051
J13
DIGI-KEY
401-1954-ND
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
44
2
RJ45 8PIN
CON_RJ45_12P
J14-15
DIGI-KEY
380-1022-ND
45
3
MOMENTARY
SWT024
SW11-13
PANASONIC
EVQ-Q2K03W
46
1
ROTARY_ENC_
EDGE SWT025
SW14
PANASONIC
EVQ-WKA001
47
1
QMS 52x2
QMS52x2_SMT
J1
SAMTEC
QMS-052-06.75-L-D-A
48
2
IDC 25x2
IDC25x2_SMTA
P2,P4
SAMTEC
TSSH-125-01-L-DV-A
49
1
IDC 35x2
IDC35x2_SMTA
P3
SAMTEC
TSSH-135-01-L-DV-A
50
1
IDC 7x2
IDC7x2_SMTA
P1
SAMTEC
TSM-107-01-T-DV-A
51
1
BATT_HOLDER
16MM
BATT_COI
J12
MEMORY PROTECTI
BH600
52
2
IDC 2X1
IDC2X1_SMT
JP4,JP16
SAMTEC
TSM-102-01-T-SV
53
1
ROTARY
SWT027
SW1
COPAL
S-8010
54
3
YELLOW
LED001
LED1-3
PANASONIC
LN1461C
55
2
100 1/10W 5%
0805
R165,R167
VISHAY
CRCW0805100RJNEA
56
11
600 100MHZ
200MA 0603
FER2-9,FER1214
DIGI-KEY
490-1014-2-ND
57
2
600 100MHZ
500MA 1206
FER15-16
STEWARD
HZ1206B601R-10
58
2
10UF 16V 20%
CAP002
CT1-2
PANASONIC
EEE1CA100SR
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1
60
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
0 1/10W 5% 0805 R69
VISHAY
CRCW08050000Z0EA
1
190 100MHZ 5A
FER002
FER17
MURATA
DLW5BSN191SQ2
61
8
YELLOW
LED009
LED4-8,LED1012
PANASONIC
LNJ416Q8YRA
62
2
0.47UF 16V 10%
0805
C59-60
AVX
0805YC474KAT2A
63
2
1UF 10V 10%
0805
C123-124
AVX
0805ZC105KAT2A
64
18
10UF 6.3V 10%
0805
C7,C10,C1516,C37,C41,C61,
C64,C66,C71,
C75,C88,C90,
C94-95,C98,
C101,C106
AVX
08056D106KAT2A
65
1
4.7UF 6.3V 10%
0805
C145
AVX
08056D475KAT2A
66
47
0.1UF 10V 10%
0402
C4-6,C9,C1114,C25,C39,C4245,C47-48,C6263,C65,C72,C76,
C86-87,C89,
C108-110,C113,
C115-118,C140,
C152,C188-194,
C211-216
AVX
0402ZD104KAT2A
67
59
0.01UF 16V 10%
0402
C1,C8,C17-24,
C26-36,C38,C46,
C49-58,C73,C9293,C96-97,C99100,C102-105,
C119-122,C139,
C154,C179-187
AVX
0402YC103KAT2A
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
68
48
10K 1/16W 5%
0402
R1,R11,R18-21,
R26,R56-59,R8587,R89,R106108,R110-115,
R117,R143-145,
R152,R154-156,
R161-164,R168,
R170-173,R203,
R245,R268,R270,
R353-355
VISHAY
CRCW040210K0FKED
69
9
4.7K 1/16W 5%
0402
R6-8,R13-17,
R269
VISHAY
CRCW04024K70JNED
70
27
0 1/16W 5% 0402 R9,R202,R205206,R209-212,
R214-215,R217218,R221-222,
R224-225,R227228,R230-233,
R235-236,R238239,R267
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GE0R00X
71
10
22 1/16W 5%
0402
R146-151,R241244
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ220X
72
3
33 1/16W 5%
0402
R313-314,R325
VISHAY
CRCW040233R0JNEA
73
7
33 1/16W 5%
0402
R3,R12,R60,R6667,R78,R199
VISHAY
CRCW040233R0JNEA
74
2
18PF 50V 5%
0805
C2-3
AVX
08055A180JAT2A
75
2
2.2UF 10V 10%
0805
C150-151
AVX
0805ZD225KAT2A
76
24
10PF 50V 5%
0805
C155-178
AVX
08055A100JAT2A
77
2
0.1UF 16V
10%0603
C40,C136
AVX
0603YC104KAT2A
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
78
5
1UF 16V 10%
0603
C79-81,C199,
C208
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VB1C105K
79
1
68PF 50V 5%
0603
C144
AVX
06035A680JAT2A
80
3
4.7UF 6.3V 20%
0603
C137-138,C141
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VB0J475M
81
1
470PF 50V 5%
0603
C143
AVX
06033A471JAT2A
82
3
220UF 6.3V 20%
D2E
CT3-4,CT6
SANYO
10TPE220ML
83
1
10M 1/10W 5%
0603
R10
VISHAY
CRCW060310M0FNEA
84
5
330 1/10W 5%
0603
R153,R157-160
VISHAY
CRCW0603330RJNEA
85
4
0 1/10W 5% 0603 R52-53,R195,
R346
PHYCOMP
232270296001L
86
34
49.9 1/16W 1%
0603
R68,R71-77,R7984,R118-126,
R128-135,R137139
VISHAY
CRCW060349R9FNEA
87
15
10 1/10W 5%
0603
R166,R169,R207- VISHAY
208,R213,R216,
R219-220,R223,
R226,R229,R234,
R237,R240,R349
CRCW060310R0JNEA
88
1
10.0K 1/10W 1%
0603
R183
DIGI-KEY
311-10.0KHRTR-ND
89
8
100PF 50V 5%
0603
C67-70,C82-85
AVX
06035A101JAT2A
90
1
1000PF 50V 5%
0603
C207
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VC1H102J
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
91
1
2200PF 50V 5%
0603
C130
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VB1H222K
92
2
75.0 1/10W 1%
0603
R127,R136
DALE
CRCW060375R0FKEA
93
3
100 1/16W 5%
0402
R49,R54,R70
DIGI-KEY
311-100JRTR-ND
94
1
4.99K 1/16W 1%
0603
R347
VISHAY
CRCW06034K99FKEA
95
1
24.9K 1/10W 1%
0603
R192
DIGI-KEY
311-24.9KHTR-ND
96
3
511.0 1/16W 1%
0402
R140-142
DIGI-KEY
311-511LCT-ND
97
2
10UF 10V 10%
0805
C107,C111
PANASONIC
ECJ-2FB1A106K
98
1
2.0K 1/16W 1%
0603
R182
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF2001V
99
6
0.05 1/2W 1%
1206
R190-191,R194,
R196,R198,R204
SEI
CSF 1/2 0.05 1%R
100
11
10UF 16V 10%
1210
C125-127,C135,
C146,C149,C200
-203,C205
AVX
1210YD106KAT2A
101
1
GREEN LED001
LED13
PANASONIC
LN1361CTR
102
1
RED LED001
LED9
PANASONIC
LN1261CTR
103
2
1000PF 50V 5%
1206
C147-148
AVX
12065A102JAT2A
104
1
255.0K 1/10W
1% 0603
R197
VISHAY
CRCW06032553FK
105
1
80.6K 1/10W 1%
0603
R193
DIGI-KEY
311-80.6KHRCT-ND
106
8
270 1/10W 5%
0603
R95-102
PANASONIC
ERJ-3GEYJ271V
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
107
2
22000PF 25V
10% 0402
C131,C197
DIGIKEY
490-3252-1-ND
108
2
5A
MBRS540T3G
SMC
D7-8
ON SEMI
MBRS540T3G
109
1
20MA
MA3X717E
DIO005
D1
PANASONIC
MA3X717E
110
1
2.5UH 30%
IND013
L3
COILCRAFT
MSS1038-252NLB
111
1
33.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R201
ROHM
MCR01MZPF3302
112
5
47.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R46,R48,R5051,R55
ROHM
MCR01MZPF4702
113
1
3.01K 1/16W 1%
0402
R63
ROHM
MCR01MZPF3011
114
1
5.6K 1/16W 5%
0402
R247
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ562X
115
15
1.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
PANASONIC
R61-62,R64-65,
R88,R91,R93-94,
R103,R105,R109,
R116,R189,R271272
ERJ-2RKF1001X
116
2
1000PF 2000V
10% 1206
C112,C114
AVX
1206GC102KAT1A
117
3
220PF 50V 10%
0402
C153,C195-196
DIGI-KEY
311-1035-2-ND
118
4
5.6K 1/16W 0.5%
0402
R40,R43-45
SUSUMU
RR0510P-562-D
119
1
680 1/16W 1%
0402
R42
BC COMPONENTS
2312 275 16801
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
120
1
90.9K 1/16W 5%
0402
R41
DIGI-KEY
541-90.9KLCT-ND
121
1
40.2K 1/16W 5%
0402
R47
DIGI-KEY
541-40.2KLCT-ND
122
2
100K 1/16W 5%
0402
R200,R350
DIGI-KEY
541-100KJTR-ND
123
4
2.2UF 25V 10%
0805
C129,C132,
C204,C206
DIGIKEY
490-3331-1-ND
124
1
21.5K 1/10W 1%
0603
R179
DIGI-KEY
311-21.5KHRCT-ND
125
6
1A
MBR130LSFT1G
SOD-123FL
D2-5,D9-10
ON SEMI
MBR130LSFT1G
126
1
22UH 20%
IND018
L1
COILCRAFT
MSS4020-223MLB
127
3
1UH 20%
IND019
L2,L6-7
COILCRAFT
ME3220-102MLB
128
13
33 1/32W 5%
RNS005
RN4-13,RN17-19
PANASONIC
EXB-28V330JX
129
3
1.2K 1/16W 1%
0402
R4-5,R186
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF1201X
130
2
4.3 1/4W 5%
1206
R185,R188
PANASONIC
ERJ-8GEYJ4R3V
131
1
2.67K 1/16W 1%
0402
R187
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF2671X
132
3
1.0M 1/16W 1%
0402
R248-250
VISHAY
CRCW04021M00FKED
133
2
22UH 20%
IND024
L8-9
COILCRAFT
MSD7342-223MLC
134
4
330 100MHZ
1.5A 0805
FER1,FER19-21
MURATA
BLM21PG331SN1D
A-10
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Bill Of Materials
Ref.
Qty.
Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
135
8
22 1/32W 5%
RNS005
RN1-3,RN14-16,
RN20-21
PANASONIC
EXB-28V220JX
136
1
3300PF 50V 5%
0603
C198
PANASONIC
ECJ-1VB1H332K
137
1
24.0K 1/10W 1%
0603
R176
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF2402V
138
1
140.0K 1/10W
1% 0603
R181
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF1403V
139
1
44.2K 1/10W 1%
0603
R348
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF4422V
140
1
1.91K 1/10W .1%
0603
R180
SUSUMU
RG1608P-1911-B-T5
141
1
3.01K 1/10W .1%
0603
R184
SUSUMU
RG1608P-3011-B-T1
142
1
20.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R344
VISHAY
CRCW040220K0FKED
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
A-11
A-12
ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
A
B
C
D
1
1
2
2
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
SCHEMATIC
3
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
TITLE
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-3-2008_14:30
D
1
of
16
A
B
C
3.3V
A[1:19]_Z
U12
A1_Z
107
A2_Z
106
A3_Z
105
A4_Z
103
A5_Z
102
A6_Z
101
A7_Z
97
A8_Z
96
A9_Z
94
A10_Z
93
A11_Z
92
A12_Z
91
A13_Z
86
A14_Z
85
1
A15_Z
84
A16_Z
81
A17_Z
80
A18_Z
78
A19_Z
77
D[0:15]_Z
76
D0
74
D1
73
D2
72
D3
71
D4
70
D5
69
D6
66
D7
65
D8
64
D9
62
D10
61
D11
60
D12
58
D13
57
D14
56
D15
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
D0_Z
D1_Z
D2_Z
D3_Z
U12
D5_Z
D7_Z
19
ETXD2
D8_Z
18
ERXD2
D9_Z
13
ETXD3
D10_Z
12
ERXD3
D11_Z
11
ERXCLK
D12_Z
10
ERXDV
D13_Z
6
COL
D14_Z
5
SPI0_SSEL1
D15_Z
4
MDC
3
MDIO
108
ABE1#/SDQM1
109
ABE0#/SDQM0
A19
119
SCKE_Z
174
ETXD0
ABE1#/SDQM1_Z
171
ERXD0
ABE0#/SDQM0_Z
168
SWE
110
SA10_Z
SCAS
115
SRAS_Z
SMS_Z
SMS
143
144
48
47
ERXER
121
ARE
122
AWE
CLKIN
ARE_Z
39
MIITXCLK
AWE_ZR3
33
0402
XTAL
125
CLKOUT
38
DR0PRI/SD_D0_Z
37
RSCLK0/SD_D1_Z
CLKOUT
36
RFS0/SD_D2_Z
141
DSP_RTXI
R1
10K
0402
DSP_RTXO
TP10
117
GND TEST
135
PG
RTXO
147
EXT_WAKE
127
NC
150
CLKBUF
146
RESET
33
DT0PRI/SD_CMD_Z
32
TSCLK0/SD_CLK_Z
PG
31
UART0_TX_Z
130
NMI
NMI
RESET
34
TFS0/SD_D3_Z
RTXI
140
1
PF0/ETXD2/PPID0/SPI1_SSEL2/TACLK6
PJ0/SCL
PF1/ERXD2/PPID1/PWM_AH/TACLK7
PJ1/SDA
PF2/ETXD3/PPID2/PWM_AL
173
172
R314
0402
R313
0402
33
R199
33
0402
TP9
WAKE
28
UART0_RX_Z
27
AMS2_Z
CLKBUF
26
SPI0_SCK_Z
ADSP-BF518F
LQFP176_SOCKET
25
SPI0_MISO_Z
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
R202
0
0402
PF4/ERXCLK/PPID4/PWM_BL/TACLK1
PF5/ERXDV/PPID5/PWM_CH/TACI0
PH0/DR1PRI/SPI1_SS/RSI_DATA4
PF6/COL/PPID6/PWM_CL/TACI1
PH1/RFS1/SPI1_MISO/RSI_DATA5
PF7/SPI0_SSEL1/PPID7/PWM_SYNC
PH2/RSCLK1/SPI1_SCK/RSI_DATA6
PF8/MDC/PPID8/SPI1_SSEL4
PH3/DT1PRI/SPI1_MOSI/RSI_DATA7
PF9/RMIIMDIO/PPID9/TMR2
PH4/TFS1/AOE/SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
PF10/ETXD0/PPID10/TMR3
PH5/TSCLK1/ARDY/ECLK/CDG
PF11/ERXD0/PPID11/PWM_AH/TACI3
PH6/DT1SEC/UART1_TX/SPI1_SSEL1/CZM
PF12/ETXD1/PPID12/PWM_AL
PH7/DR1SEC/UART1_RX/TMR7/TACI2
162
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4_Z
161
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5_Z
160
RSCLK1/MMC_D6_Z
159
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN_Z
156
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD_Z
155
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2_Z
154
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3_Z
153
DR1SEC_Z
PF13/ERXD1/PPID13/PWM_BH
PF14/ETXEN/PPID14/PWM_BL
PF15/RMII_PHYINT/PPID15/PWM_SYNC
21
SPI0_MOSI_Z
R325
0402
33
20
PG0/MIICRS/RMIICRS/HWAIT/SPI1_SSEL3
PG1/ERXER/DMAR1/PWM_CH
PG2/MIITXCLK/RMIIREF_CLK/DMAR0/PWM_CL
2
PG3/DR0PRI/RSI_DATA0/SPI0_SSEL5/TACLK3
PG4/RSCLK0/RSI_DATA1/TMR5/TACI5
PG5/RFS0/RSI_DATA2/PPICLK/TMRCLK
PG6/TFS0/RSI_DATA3/TMR0/PPIFS1
PG7/DT0PRI/RSI_CMD/TMR1/PPIFS2
PG8/TSCLK0/RSI_CLK/TMR6/TACI6
PG9/DT0SEC/UART0_TX/TMR4
PG10/DR0SEC/UART0_RX/TACI4
PG11/SPI0_SS/AMS[2]/SPI1_SSEL5/TACLK2
PG12/SPI0_SCK/PPICLK/TMRCLK
PG13/SPI0_MISO/TMR0/PPIFS1
PG14/SPI0_MOSI/TMR1/PPIFS2/PWM_TRIPB
PG15/SPI0_SSEL2/PPIFS3/AMS[3]
"BOOT MODE"
3.3V
BMODE0
54
TRST
R11
10K
0402
55
TMS
U19
C1
0.01UF
0402
1
R12
33
0402
4
VDD
3
OUT
OE
SDA
PF3/ERXD3/PPID3/PWM_BH/TACLK0
3.3V
3
SCL
33
AMS0_Z
MIICRS/HWAIT
3.3V
DSP_CLKIN
165
RMII_PHYINT
AMS1_Z
SRAS
118
166
ETXEN
120
AMS1
123
AMS0
SA10
114
SCAS_Z
167
ERXD1
SCKE
113
SWE_Z
R5
1.2K
0402
D6_Z
A17
A18
R4
1.2K
0402
D4_Z
ETXD1
2
D
R9
0
0402
DSP_CLKIN
51
EMU
53
TCK
50
TDO
GND
25MHZ 2
OSC003
52
TDI
BMODE1
TRST
BMODE2
42
SW1
1
41
2
40
4
3
EMU
2
C
1
0
4
5
TMS
3.3V
6
7
3
SWT027
ROTARY
TCK
TDO
R7
4.7K
0402
TDI
R8
4.7K
0402
R6
4.7K
0402
ADSP-BF518F
LQFP176_SOCKET
3.3V
DSP_RTXI
SW1: Boot Mode Select Switch
DSP_RTXO
POSITION
R200
100K
0402
R10
10M
0603
Default
PG
U3
R201
33.0K
0402
4
1
TERM2 TERM1
3
2
NC2
NC1
C2
18PF
0805
32.768KHZ
OSC008
C153
220PF
0402
C3
18PF
0805
BOOT MODE
0
Idle-No Boot
1
Boot from 8 or 16-bit external flash memory
2
Boot from internal SPI memory
3
Boot from external SPI memory
4
Boot from SPI0 host
5
Boot from OTP memory
6
Boot from SDRAM
7
Boot from UART0 host
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Size
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
DSP EBIU + CONTROL
Title
RTC
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-17-2008_11:04
D
2
of
16
A
B
C
D
VDDEXT
1
1
VDDEXT
C7
10UF
0805
U12
7
VDDEXT1
24
VDDEXT2
35
VDDEXT3
49
VDDEXT4
128
VDDEXT5
129
VDDEXT6
136
VDDEXT7
145
VDDEXT8
148
VDDEXT9
158
VDDEXT10
170
VDDEXT11
VDDMEM
C37
10UF
0805
C6
0.1UF
0402
C5
0.1UF
0402
C4
0.1UF
0402
C39
0.1UF
0402
C8
0.01UF
0402
C22
0.01UF
0402
C23
0.01UF
0402
C21
0.01UF
0402
C16
10UF
0805
C9
0.1UF
0402
C25
0.1UF
0402
C19
0.01UF
0402
C18
0.01UF
0402
C20
0.01UF
0402
C17
0.01UF
0402
C27
0.01UF
0402
C26
0.01UF
0402
C24
0.01UF
0402
C38
0.01UF
0402
1
GND1
2
GND2
15
GND3
22
GND4
43
GND5
44
GND6
45
GND7
46
GND8
VDDMEM
67
GND9
83
GND10
87
GND11
88
GND12
59
VDDMEM1
68
VDDMEM2
75
VDDMEM3
82
VDDMEM4
95
VDDMEM5
104
VDDMEM6
112
VDDMEM7
124
VDDMEM8
2
VDDINT
C10
10UF
0805
89
GND13
90
GND14
99
GND15
111
GND16
131
GND17
2
132
GND18
133
GND19
134
GND20
137
GND21
14
VDDINT1
23
VDDINT2
30
VDDINT3
63
VDDINT4
79
VDDINT5
98
VDDINT6
100
VDDINT7
116
VDDINT8
138
VDDINT9
152
VDDINT10
164
VDDINT11
VDDFLASH
3.3V
D1
MA3X717E
20MA
DIO005
16
VDDFLASH1
17
VDDFLASH2
29
VDDFLASH3
126
VDDFLASH4
J12
2
1
3
C34
0.01UF
0402
139
GND22
149
GND23
VDDINT
151
GND24
157
GND25
163
GND26
169
GND27
175
GND28
C15
10UF
0805
C14
0.1UF
0402
C13
0.1UF
0402
C12
0.1UF
0402
C11
0.1UF
0402
C31
0.01UF
0402
C30
0.01UF
0402
C32
0.01UF
0402
C28
0.01UF
0402
C33
0.01UF
0402
C36
0.01UF
0402
176
GND29
GND30
177
VDDFLASH
3
VPPOTP
142
VDDRTC
VDDOTP
BATT_COIN16MM
BATTHOLDER
9
VDDOTP
8
VPPOTP
"RTC BATTERY"
C40
0.1UF
0603
C41
10UF
0805
C42
0.1UF
0402
C43
0.1UF
0402
C44
0.1UF
0402
C45
0.1UF
0402
ADSP-BF518F
LQFP176_SOCKET
C35
0.01UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Title
Size
Date
B
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
DSP POWER, BYPASS CAPS
Board No.
C
A
C29
0.01UF
0402
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-17-2008_11:04
D
3
of
16
A
B
C
D
64MB SDRAM (32M x 16)
4 MB FLASH
(2M x 16)
U14
A[1:19]
3.3V
D[0:15]_ZZ
1
U5
A[1:19]
A1
FROM
TO
DEFAULT
ALTERNATE FUNCTION / OFF MODE
A2
1
DSP (U12)
FLASH (U5)
ON
A3
Expansion Interface
A4
2
DSP (U12)
FLASH (U5)
ON
Expansion Interface
3
DSP (U12)
FLASH (U5)
ON
Expansion Interface
4
DSP (U12)
FLASH (U5)
ON
Expansion Interface, SPI FLASH CS
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
3.3V
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
R13
4.7K
0402
2
R14
4.7K
0402
R15
4.7K
0402
R16
4.7K
0402
R269
4.7K
0402
R17
4.7K
0402
A18
A19
"FLASH ENBL"
ON
3
4
5
K3
D1
A6
30
G4
D2
A7
31
K4
D3
A8
32
K5
D4
A9
33
G5
D5
A10
34
K6
D6
G6
D7
H3
D8
J3
D9
H4
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
22
SA10
A10
3.3V
A12
35
A13
36
D10
A18
20
J4
D11
A19
21
H5
D12
J6
D13
H6
D14
J7
D15
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15/A-1
C54
0.01UF
0402
A11
A12_NC
BA0
BA1
16
SWE
17
CAS
18
SRAS
D5_ZZ
D6_ZZ
D7_ZZ
D8_ZZ
D9_ZZ
D10_ZZ
D11_ZZ
D12_ZZ
D13_ZZ
D14_ZZ
D15_ZZ
19
CS
37
CKE
38
CLK
WE
SCAS
D4_ZZ
RAS
SMS
SCKE
CLKOUT
15
DQML
ABE0#/SDQM0
2
39
DQMH
ABE1#/SDQM1
MT48LC32M16A2TG-75
TSOP54
CE
J2
OE
C47
0.1UF
0402
C5
SN74AUC1G00
SOT23-5
WE
D4
VPP/WP~
U24
1
A4
D3_ZZ
RY/BY~
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
2
DIP4
SWT018
29
D0
A5
H2
2
4
4
A3
D0
C4
U25
4
U13
1
A2
1
D2_ZZ
BYTE
1
6
26
D1_ZZ
RESET
7
3
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
2
2
AMS2
1
AMS1
A4
A1
H7
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
8
25
D5
2
1
24
A3
D0_ZZ
3.3V
4
AMS0
A2
2
DQ0
4
DQ1
5
DQ2
7
DQ3
8
DQ4
10
DQ5
11
DQ6
13
DQ7
42
DQ8
44
DQ9
45
DQ10
47
DQ11
48
DQ12
50
DQ13
51
DQ14
53
DQ15
A0
G3
U23
1
SW3
D[0:15]
23
M29W320EB
TFBGA63_80
4
C48
0.1UF
0402
C49
0.01UF
0402
C50
0.01UF
0402
C51
0.01UF
0402
C52
0.01UF
0402
C53
0.01UF
0402
K2
K7GND1
GND2
POS.
G2
A0
F2
A1
E2
A2
C2
A3
D2
A4
F3
A5
E3
A6
C3
A7
D6
A8
C6
A9
E6
A10
F6
A11
D7
A12
C7
A13
E7
A14
F7
A15
G7
A16
D3
A17
E4
A18
F5
A19
F4
A20
J5
VDD
SW3: FLASH ENABLE
A1
2
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
RESET
ARE
AWE
JP3
3
1
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=NOT INSTALLED
2
"FLASH WP"
3
3.3V
SJ1
16 Mb SPI FLASH
IDC2X1
MEMORY MAP
ADDRESS RANGE
SELECT LINE
TYPE
0x2030 0000 - 0x203F FFFF
ASYNC BANK 3
FLASH
0x2020 0000 - 0x202F FFFF
ASYNC BANK 2
FLASH
0x2010 0000 - 0x201F FFFF
ASYNC BANK 1
FLASH
0x2000 0000 - 0x200F FFFF
ASYNC BANK 0
FLASH
0x0000 0000 - 0x03FF FFFF
NONE
R18
10K
0402
R20
10K
0402
R21
10K
0402
U9
SPI0_MOSI
SPI0_SCK
SDRAM
JP16
1
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
3.3V
8
VCC
5
SI
6
SCK
1
CS
3
WP
7
HOLD
2
IDC2X1_SMT
M25P16
SO8W
"SPI FLASH CS ENBL"
2
SPI0_MISO
SO
GND
4
3.3V
SJ9
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=NOT INSTALLED
C58
0.01UF
0402
4
C57
0.01UF
0402
C56
0.01UF
0402
R19
10K
0402
C55
0.01UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C46
0.01UF
0402
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
EXTERNAL MEMORY
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
1-16-2009_12:36
D
4
of
16
A
B
C
D
PS_5V
DIFFERENTIAL INPUTS
SJ10
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
J20
SMA
1
U29
3
+12V;8
R222
0
0402
R216
10
0603
1
JP17
2
AD8022
MSOP8
1
2
V1+
R215
0
0402
JP24
AD8022
MSOP8
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
V2+
3
C165
10PF
0805
IDC3X1
R221
0
0402
AGND
SJ12
2
2
3
C160
10PF
0805
IDC3X1
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
SJ17
AGND
AGND
R217
0
0402
1
R219
10
0603
U29
5
R225
0
0402
1
JP18
2
6
AD8022
MSOP8
2
V1-
AD8022
MSOP8
3
C162
10PF
0805
R218
0
0402
2
6
C167
10PF
0805
IDC3X1
R224
0
0402
C163
10PF
0805
J22
SMA
R228
0
0402
1
2
2
1
3
R237
10
0603
U32
1
2
AD8022
MSOP8
2
V3+
C169
10PF
0805
R227
0
0402
2
2
AD8022
MSOP8
3
C174
10PF
0805
R236
0
0402
AGND
15
14
13
VB2
VB3
VB4
RANGE
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
VB6
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
2
REF_SELECT
4
DCAPA
20
DCAPB
VB5
SJ2
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
Install for a range of 2 X Vref (0-5V)
Remove for a range of Vref (0-2.5V)
DCAPA
DCAPB
C59
0.47UF
0805
R26
10K
0402
C60
0.47UF
0805
2
C190
0.1UF
0402
C189
0.1UF
0402
V4+
3
IDC3X1
2
JP22
1
1
2
16
VB1
AGND
JP19
1
17
+12V
R235
0
0402
R226
10
0603
U30
3
18
V4-
J25
SMA
ADC_CS
21
RANGE
22
SGL/DIFF~
25
A0
24
A1
23
A2
VA6
VSE4
AGND
1
VA5
VSE3
C166
10PF
0805
JP4
ADC_SCLK
IDC2X1_SMT
12
V4+
AGND
"ADC RANGE"
DOUTB
5
6AGND1
19AGND2
1AGND3
29DGND1
DGND2
AGND
DOUTA
11
V3-
IDC3X1
1
VA4
V3+
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
V2-
10
VSE2
SJ15
3
VA3
VSE1
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
JP23
1
7
VA2
9
V2-
SJ14
R223
10
0603
U31
1
7
2
5
8
V1-
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
30
DOUTA
28
DOUTB
27
SCLK
26
CS
VA1
V2+
SJ16
J21
SMA
3.3V
7
V1+
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
C164
10PF
0805
J19
SMA
U2
SJ13
AGND
C161
10PF
0805
FER1
330
0805
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
1
1
-12V;4
2
3
1
1
2
SJ11
R220
10
0603
U31
3
AVDD32
VDD31
VDRIVE
J18
SMA
R214
0
0402
3.3V
C191
0.1UF
0402
C192
0.1UF
0402
C193
0.1UF
0402
C194
0.1UF
0402
IDC3X1
AGND
AGND
AGND
3.3V
C168
10PF
0805
C175
10PF
0805
AGND
J23
SMA
PS_5V
AVDD_ADC
-12V
AGND
AGND
J24
SMA
R231
0
0402
1
R229
10
0603
U30
5
R232
0
0402
1
R234
10
0603
U32
JP20
1
7
2
5
2
6
AD8022
MSOP8
2
V3-
3
C171
10PF
0805
R230
0
0402
2
6
AD8022
MSOP8
C211
0.1UF
0402
JP21
1
7
C212
0.1UF
0402
C213
0.1UF
0402
C216
0.1UF
0402
C215
0.1UF
0402
C214
0.1UF
0402
C61
10UF
0805
C64
10UF
0805
C62
0.1UF
0402
C63
0.1UF
0402
C66
10UF
0805
C65
0.1UF
0402
V4-
3
C172
10PF
0805
IDC3X1
R233
0
0402
IDC3X1
AGND
AGND
AGND
C170
10PF
0805
J17
SMA
C173
10PF
0805
AGND
AGND
R210
0
0402
AGND
3
1
R208
10
0603
U33
3
3
JP28
1
1
SW22
SMA_VSE3
6
SMA_VSE4
SWT017
DIP6
5
8
6
7
SJ20
R212
0
0402
1
U33
5
1
4
VSE2
2
3
C159
10PF
0805
1
2
2
AD8022
MSOP8
IDC3X1
R239
0
0402
AGND
AGND
5
R207
10
0603
U34
3
C176
10PF
0805
IDC3X1
AGND
C178
10PF
0805
ADC_SCLK
ADC_CS
IDC3X1
ANALOG
DEVICES
AGND
AGND
Board No.
C
Date
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
ADC
Title
AGND
B
5
VSE4
Size
A
4
DOUTB
3
C155
10PF
0805
C177
10PF
0805
6
1
AGND
C158
10PF
0805
3
DOUTA
"SPORT1 ENBL"
2
R206
0
0402
VSE3
7
JP27
6
AD8022
MSOP8
JP26
1
2
R211
0
0402
U34
1
6
AD8022
MSOP8
3
2
DIP4
SWT018
7
2
8
SW4 disconnects DSP from ADC
R205
0
0402
R240
10
0603
JP25
7
2
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
1
R238
0
0402
R213
10
0603
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
J16
SMA
J26
SMA
J7
SMA
DR1SEC
C156
10PF
0805
SJ19
1
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
SINGLE ENDED INPUTS
SW4
IDC3X1
AGND
SJ18
SWT017
DIP6
C157
10PF
0805
R209
0
0402
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
VSE1
3
4
7
9
2
AD8022
MSOP8
3
6
5
SMA_VSE1
SMA_VSE2
4
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
LHPOUT_RDIV
2
2
8
10
6
5
SMA_V4-
3
5
9
11
4
4
4
SMA_V4+
SMA_V3-
2
2
ON
3
SMA_V3+
SMA_V2-
SJ21
12
1
10
ON
3
SMA_V1-
3
11
RHPOUT_RDIV
1
2
2
2
SMA_V2+
12
1
1
SMA_V1+
SW23
ON
1
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-10-2008_14:21
D
5
of
16
A
B
J4
J5
HP OUT
MIC IN
C
"MIC GAIN"
D
SW4: MIC GAIN
3.3V
1
ON
SW5
1
R47
40.2K
0402
7
3
6
4
5
3
4
GAIN
1
5 (14dB)
2
1 (0dB)
3
0.5 (-6dB)
8
2
2
R41
90.9K
0402
POS.
DEFAULT
3.3V
C88
10UF
0805
C74
220PF
0402
DNP
C87
0.1UF
0402
C86
0.1UF
0402
5
4
R247
5.6K
0402
FER4
600
0603
AGND
"MIC"
MICIN_RDIV
22
MICBIAS_Z
21
DBVDD
AVDD
DGND
AGND
C72
0.1UF
0402
18
FER20
330
0805
AGND
MICIN
MICBIAS
HPVDD
HPGND
C91
220PF
0402
DNP
IDC3X1
"MIC SELECT"
J5
HPVDD
12
C75
10UF
0805
LLINEIN_RDIV
24
RLINEIN_RDIV
23
C76
0.1UF
0402
AUDIO CODEC INTERFACE MODE:
SW6.3 ON and SW6.4 OFF = SPI MODE
SW6.3 OFF and SW6.4 ON = TWI MODE
LLINEIN
RLINEIN
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=2&3
LHPOUT
AGND
MICBIAS
FER5
600
0603
1
R45
5.6K
0402
RHPOUT
C80
1UF
0603
CODEC_DACLRC
LLINEIN
CODEC_DACDAT
LEFT_LPBK
FER2
600
0603
RIGHT_LPBK
RLINEIN
CT4
220UF
D2E
AGND
SJ3
5
AUDIO_MODE
15
MICIN
8
5
1
SW6 allows the MICIN signal to be looped back,
for test purposes, to the Left and Right headphone.
DO NOT switch positions 1 & 2 ON at the same time.
Ensure that JP15 is on 2&3 or OFF when using SW6.
3
7
4
RHPOUT_RDIV
19
2
"LINE IN"
4
6
R56
10K
0402
DCVDD
R42
680
0402
JP15
1
FER3
600
0603
C71
10UF
0805
U1
3
3
3
LHPOUT_RDIV
DIP4
SWT018
R46
47.0K
0402
2
7
4
AVDD
8
2
3
FER19
330
0805
LINE IN
2
ON
NC
C79
1UF
0603
LINE OUT
SW6
1
MICIN
2
1
4
R57
10K
0402
3.3V
1
DIP4
SWT018
"MIC/HP LPBK"
"AUDIO MODE"
R40
5.6K
0402
C81
1UF
0603
CODEC_ADCDAT
CODEC_ADCLRC
BCLK
6
9
8
10
11
7
13
LHPOUT
14
RHPOUT
DACLRC
R53
0
0603
ADCDAT
LOUT
ADCLRC
ROUT
16
LOUT
17
ROUT
CT3
220UF
D2E
R52
0
0603
C69
100PF
0603
C70
100PF
0603
R43
5.6K
0402
C195
220PF
0402
R44
5.6K
0402
25
AUDIO_MODE
C196
220PF
0402
26
CSB
27
28
SCLK
3.3V
SDIN
VMID
R51
47.0K
0402
7
LEFT_LPBK
6
8
RIGHT_LPBK
ROUT_RDIV
20
5
6
VMID
2
1
SCLK
SSM2602
ICS009
XTO
SDIN
AGND
CLKOUT
4
LOUT_RDIV
MODE
CSB
3
1
R50
47.0K
0402
XTI/MCLK
C68
100PF
0603
FER7
600
0603
RHPOUT_RDIV
CT2
10UF
CAP002
BCLK
2
J4
2
CON050
C67
100PF
0603
"LINE OUT"
LHPOUT_RDIV
CT1
10UF
CAP002
DACDAT
"HEAD PHONE"
FER8
600
0603
CON050
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
"AUDIO CLK"
R59
10K
0402
3.3V
MICIN_RDIV
LLINEIN_RDIV
U20
RLINEIN_RDIV
1
OE
R248
1.0M
0402
3
3
OUT
FER6
600
0603
R54
100
0402
FER9
600
0603
AGND
AUDIO_CLK
GND
12MHZ 2
OSC003
C73
0.01UF
0402
R250
1.0M
0402
R249
1.0M
0402
R60
33
0402
4
VDD
R49
100
0402
3
R55
47.0K
0402
R48
47.0K
0402
C82
100PF
0603
C83
100PF
0603
C85
100PF
0603
C84
100PF
0603
AGND
FER21
330
0805
"SPORT0 ENBL"
"SPI/TWI"
SW15
ON
SDA
SPI0_SCK
ON
SPI0_MOSI
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
6
SCL
4
C89
0.1UF
0402
C77
1000PF
0805
DNP
R58
10K
0402
12
2
5
DIP6
SWT017
1
4
7
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
CODEC_ADCLRC
BCLK
C90
10UF
0805
SW16
3
6
CODEC_ADCDAT
AGND
AGND
CODEC_DACDAT
2
8
CODEC_DACLRC
1
9
5
6
RSCLK0/SD_D1
4
5
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
11
10
4
RFS0/SD_D2
12
3
3
DR0PRI/SD_D0
2
2
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
1
1
TFS0/SD_D3
AGND
VMID
3.3V
CSB
C78
1000PF
0805
DNP
ANALOG
DEVICES
SDIN
SCLK
AGND
DIP6
SWT017
AUDIO CODEC MODE INTERFACE:
SPI MODE: ON, OFF, ON, OFF
TWI MODE: OFF, ON, OFF, ON
Size
A
B
Board No.
C
Date
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
AUDIO CODEC
Title
SW15 disconnects DSP from AUDIO CODEC
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-10-2008_14:21
D
6
of
16
A
B
C
D
R68
49.9
0603
VCCO_SW
SMDIO
MDIO
R71
49.9
0603
3.3V
VCCPLL_SW
VCCA_SW
VCC3A_SW
SMDC
MDC
R72
49.9
0603
SCRS
MIICRS/HWAIT
R73
49.9
0603
1
SCOL
COL
R75
49.9
0603
U4
SMRXD0
ERXD0
3.3V
R76
49.9
0603
SMRXD1
ERXD1
SMRXD2
R355
10K
0402
R74
49.9
0603
MDC
SCRS
SCRS
86
SCOL
SCOL
85
SMRXD0
84
SMRXD2
SMRXD3
81
SMRXDV
SMRXDV
80
SMRXC
SMRXC
SMRXC
ERXCLK
77
ERXER
SMTXC/REFCLK
SMTXER
R353
10K
0402
RMII_PHYINT
SMTXD0
74
SMTXD1
SMTXD1
73
SMTXD2
SMTXD2
SMTXER
72
70
LEDSEL0
23
LEDSEL1
71
SMTXEN
SMTXEN
SMTXD0
ETXD0
R81
49.9
0603
99
SPIS
98
SDA
97
SCL
96
SPIQ
SPIS
SSDA
SMTXD1
ETXD1
SSCL
R80
49.9
0603
SPIQ
SMTXER
68
UNUSED1
69
UNUSED2
92
UNUSED3
93
UNUSED4
102
UNUSED5
103
UNUSED6
104
UNUSED7
105
UNUSED8
108
UNUSED9
109
UNUSED10
110
UNUSED11
111
UNUSED12
112
UNUSED13
113
UNUSED14
114
UNUSED15
115
UNUSED16
116
UNUSED17
117
UNUSED18
118
UNUSED19
119
UNUSED20
120
UNUSED21
121
UNUSED22
124
UNUSED23
125
UNUSED24
126
UNUSED25
SMTXD2
ETXD2
R83
49.9
0603
R354
10K
0402
SMTXD3
ETXD3
30
P1ANEN
P1ANEN
31
P1SPD
P1SPD
32
P1DPX
P1DPX
R84
49.9
0603
33
P1FFC
P1FFC
SMTXEN
ETXEN
13
P2ANEN
P2ANEN
14
P2SPD
P2SPD
15
P2DPX
P2DPX
16
P2FFC
P2FFC
29
P2MDIX
P2MDIX
28
P2MDIXDIS
12
ADVFC
26
RMIIEN
27
HWPOVR
89
SCONFIG0
88
SCONFIG1
101
PS0
100
PS1
P2MDIXDIS
ADVFC
HWPOVR
3
SCONFIG0
SCONFIG1
3.3V
PS0
PS1
R86
10K
0402
R85
10K
0402
PWRDN
36
PWRDN
RESET
67
RESET
65
X1
66
X2
CLKBUF
"ETHERNET MODE"
SW17
5
8
6
7
SPIS
SPIQ
SSDA
KS8893M
PQFP128
7
21DGND1
78DGND2
90DGND3
106DGND4
122DGND5
DGND6
37
39ADGND1
42ADGND2
47ADGND3
54ADGND4
58ADGND5
62ADGND6
64ADGND7
ADGND8
ON
4
9
6
SCL
10
4
5
SPI0_SCK
3
4
SDA
11
3
SPI0_MOSI
12
2
2
SPI0_MISO
1
1
SPI0_SSEL1
TXM2
RXP2
RXM2
P1LED0
P1LED1
P1LED2
P1LED3
P2LED0
P2LED1
P2LED2
3.3V
P2LED3
VCC3A_SW
2
SMTXD3
SMTXD3
R82
49.9
0603
6
P2LED0
5
P2LED1
4
P2LED2
20
P2LED3
75
SMTXD0
R78
33
0402
TXP2
76
SMTXER
MIITXCLK
RXM1
SMTXC/REFCLK
SMTXC/REFCLK
R66
33
0402
3
P1LED0
2
P1LED1
1
P1LED2
25
P1LED3
82
SMRXD3
R67
33
0402
RXP1
83
SMRXD2
SMRXDV
TXM1
SMRXD1
SMRXD1
SMDIO
ERXDV
56
TXP2
55
TXM2
53
RXP2
52
RXM2
87
SMRXD3
R79
49.9
0603
TXP1
94
SMRXD0
ERXD3
48
TXP1
49
TXM1
45
RXP1
46
RXM1
MDIO
SMDC
ERXD2
2
95
SMDIO
R77
49.9
0603
8
VDDIO079
VDDIO1107
VDDIO2
22
VDDC091
VDDC1123
VDDC2
38
VDDA043
VDDA157
VDDA2
63
VDDAP
51
VDDARX50
VDDATX
1
40
MUX1
41
MUX2
44
FXSD1
59
TEST1
60
TEST2
61
ISET
127
TESTEN
128
SCANEN
LEDSEL0
FER13
600
0603
LEDSEL1
3.3V
C94
10UF
0805
C93
0.01UF
0402
AGND
VCCO_SW
VCCPLL_SW
VCCA_SW
FER14
600
0603
FER12
600
0603
C95
10UF
0805
C96
0.01UF
0402
C97
0.01UF
0402
C98
10UF
0805
C99
0.01UF
0402
C100
0.01UF
0402
C106
10UF
0805
C105
0.01UF
0402
C104
0.01UF
0402
3
AGND
R61
1.0K
0402
R69
0
0805
R63
3.01K
0402
SHGND
R64
1.0K
0402
R65
1.0K
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
Size
Board No.
C
Date
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
ETHERNET SWITCH
Title
AGND
B
C103
0.01UF
0402
R70
100
0402
DIP6
SWT017
A
C102
0.01UF
0402
R62
1.0K
0402
SSCL
SPI MODE: ON,ON,ON, OFF, ON, OFF
TWI MODE: OFF,OFF,OFF, ON, OFF, ON
C101
10UF
0805
C92
0.01UF
0402
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-3-2008_14:30
D
7
of
16
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
PORT 1
CONFIG
SJ24
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=NOT INSTALLLED
"ETHERNET CFG"
R106
10K
0402
R108
10K
0402
R107
10K
0402
R117
10K
0402
R115
10K
0402
R87
10K
0402
3.3V
1
3.3V
SW7
1
ADVFC
3
6
HWPOVR
3
P1SPD
PS1
4
5
1
2
3
4
Force Flow Control
Force Full/Half
Force Speed
Auto-Negotiation
JP11
1
Position
Function
OFF
Disable
ON
Enable
OFF
Half Duplex
ON
Full Duplex
OFF
10BaseT
ON
100BaseTX
OFF
ON
JP12
2
1
LEDSEL0
5
DIP4
SWT018
R103
1.0K
0402
SW7: Port 1 Configuration Switch
Description
6
4
DIP4
SWT018
7
3
4
PS0
1
"LED SEL1"
8
2
3
4
P1ANEN
1
2
7
1
2
2
P1DPX
"LED SEL0"
SW8
8
ON
ON
1
P1FFC
Switch
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
SJ23
"PORT 1 CFG"
2
R91
1.0K
0402
R116
1.0K
0402
LEDSEL1
R93
1.0K
0402
SW8: Ethernet Configuration Switch
Switch
1
2
3,4
Description
Advertise Flow Control
Hardware Pin Overwrite
Serial Bus Mode
Position
Function
OFF
Disable
ON
Enable
OFF
Enable
ON
Disable
OFF
OFF
Not Used
Enable
OFF
ON
TWI Slave
Disable
ON
OFF
SPI Slave
ON
ON
Not Used
JPx: LED Configuration Switch
OFF OFF
2
OFF ON
ON
OFF
ON
PxLED3
tri-state,PD
tri-state,PD
ACT
NU
PxLED2
LINK/ACT
100LINK/ACT
LINK
NU
PxLED1
FULL DPX/COL
10LINK/ACT
FULL DPX/COL
NU
PxLED0
SPEED
FULL DPX
SPEED
NU
ON
2
PS1
R94
1.0K
0402
PS0
P1LED3
3.3V
R271
1.0K
0402
R272
1.0K
0402
PORT 2
3.3V
"PORT 2 CFG"
R110
10K
0402
R111
10K
0402
R112
10K
0402
R113
10K
0402
LED10
YELLOW
LED009
R114
10K
0402
P1LED0
SW18
1
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
3
P2SPD
4
P2ANEN
5
P2MDIXDIS
6
P2MDIX
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Force Flow Control
Force Full/Half
Force Speed
Auto-Negotiation
Auto MDI/MDI-X
MDI/MDI-X Setting
Position
Function
OFF
Disable
ON
Enable
OFF
Half Duplex
ON
Full Duplex
OFF
10BaseT
ON
100BaseTX
OFF
Enable
ON
Disable
OFF
Enable
ON
Disable
OFF
MDI-X
ON
MDI
LED12
YELLOW
LED009
PORT 1
R89
10K
0402
R97
270
0603
P1LED2
"ETHERNET PD"
LED4
YELLOW
LED009
JP13
SCONFIG0
R109
1.0K
0402
SW18: Port 2 Configuration Switch
R96
270
0603
P1LED1
DIP6
SWT017
3
LED11
YELLOW
LED009
12
2
2
P2DPX
3.3V
ON
1
P2FFC
R95
270
0603
1
2
R98
270
0603
PWRDN
P1LED3
3
SCONFIG1
R88
1.0K
0402
R105
1.0K
0402
SJ22
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=NOT INSTALLLED
LED5
YELLOW
LED009
R99
270
0603
P2LED0
LED6
YELLOW
LED009
R100
270
0603
P2LED1
PHY mode MII
Power Down
LED7
YELLOW
LED009
PORT 2
R101
270
0603
P2LED2
LED8
YELLOW
LED009
R102
270
0603
P2LED3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
ETHERNET CONFIG/LEDS
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-10-2008_14:21
D
8
of
16
A
B
C
D
VCC3A_SW
PORT 1
J15
U28
1
TXP1
1
2
3
TXM1
TD+
TX+
1
16
1
2
TCT
TD1CT:1CT
TXTCM
14
3
15
4
5
6
RXP1
7
8
RXM1
RD+
RX+
7
RCT
RD-
RX-
C108
0.1UF
0402
10
NC4
NC3
NC2
8
9
13
HX1188
ICS007
12
R121
49.9
0603
5
R120
49.9
0603
4
R119
49.9
0603
NC1
TCM_
R118
49.9
0603
6
11
R136
75.0
0603
R138
49.9
0603
R139
49.9
0603
R137
49.9
0603
R135
49.9
0603
C107
10UF
0805
C109
0.1UF
0402
R134
49.9
0603
R133
49.9
0603
C114
1000PF
1206
2
2
SHGND
VCC3A_SW
PORT 2
U27
1
TXP2
2
3
TXM2
J14
TD+
TX+
1
16
2
TCT
TD1CT:1CT
TXTCM
14
3
15
4
5
6
RXP2
7
8
RXM2
RD+
RX+
7
RCT
RD-
RX-
C110
0.1UF
0402
C113
0.1UF
0402
NC3
8
9
10
NC4
13
HX1188
ICS007
12
R122
49.9
0603
NC2
R132
49.9
0603
5
R131
49.9
0603
4
R123
49.9
0603
NC1
TCM_
3
6
11
3
R127
75.0
0603
R125
49.9
0603
R124
49.9
0603
R126
49.9
0603
R128
49.9
0603
C111
10UF
0805
R129
49.9
0603
R130
49.9
0603
C112
1000PF
1206
SHGND
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
ETHERNET JACKS
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-3-2008_14:30
D
9
of
16
A
B
C
D
3.3V
All USB interface circuitry is considered proprietary and has
been omitted from this schematic.
When designing your JTAG interface please refer to the
Engineer to Engineer Note EE-68 which can be found at
"ENCODER ENABL"
http://www.analog.com
R140
511.0
0402
"ENCODER"
1
R141
511.0
0402
R142
511.0
0402
1
3.3V
SW14
COMMON
2
5
5
3
4
ON
SW2
6
3
SW1
1
2
B
SW19
1
1
A
4
6
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
"JTAG"
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
DIP3
SWT015
R144
10K
0402
R145
10K
0402
PS_5V
3.3V
DA_PWR
VDD_EXT_DSP
2
P1
TP1
3.3V
3.3V
"UART 0"
C116
0.1UF
0402
U21
R270
10K
0402
C117
0.1UF
0402
1
C1+
3
C1V+
C115
0.1UF
0402
2
4
C2+
5
C2-
V-
J2
2
7
3
6
4
5
3
UART0_RX
4
5
6
TMS
7
8
TCK
9
10
TRST
11
12
TDI
13
14
TDO
RESET
RESET
DA_SOFT_RESET
DA_SOFT_RESET
DA_STANDALONE
R143
10K
0402
1
6
6
2
4
11
14
T1IN
T1OUT
10
7
T2IN
T2OUT
12
13
R1OUT
R1IN
9
8
R2OUT
R2IN
ADM3202ARNZ
SOIC16
8
2
2
MIICRS/HWAIT
3
7
ON
1
UART0_TX
2
IDC7X2_SMTA
SW10
1
EMU
1
GND
ROTARY_ENC_EDGE
SWT025
TP12
DIP4
SWT018
2
3
8
4
9
3.3V
5
CON038
C118
0.1UF
0402
"UART0 SETUP"
(UART 0)
R203
10K
0402
R149
22
0402
3.3V
MMC_D0
DR0PRI/SD_D0
R146
22
0402
9
R148
22
0402
"eMMC ENABL"
MMC_D3
TFS0/SD_D3
3
ON
1
2
3
2
MMC_CMD
DIP2
SWT020
SW20
1
15
3
14
4
13
5
12
6
11
7
10
8
9
3
MMC_D2
4
MMC_D3
6
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
5
R241
22
0402
7
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
8
R242
22
0402
16
2
2
MMC_D1
ON
1
MMC_D0
W6
CLK
W5
CMD
H3
D0
H4
D1
H5
D2
J2
D3
J3
D4
J4
D5
J5
D6
J6
D7
DIP8
SWT016
MTFC2GDKDM
FBGA169
M6
VCC1N5
VCC2T10
VCC3U9
VCC4K6
VCCQ1W4
VCCQ2Y4
VCCQ3AA3
VCCQ4AA5
VCCQ5
U16
4
DAT1
DAT2
C154
0.01UF
0402
CD/DAT3
CLK
CMD
CON051
MMC_CLK
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
5
2
R150
22
0402
3
R151
22
0402
2GB eMMC
MMC_CMD
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
"SD CARD"
M7
P5VSS1
R10VSS2
U8VSS3
K4VSS4
Y2VSSQ1
Y5VSSQ2
AA4VSSQ3
AA6VSSQ4
K2VSSQ5
VDDI
SW21
1
1
DAT0
GND1
GND2
MMC_D2
RFS0/SD_D2
MMC_CLK
8
3
6
3.3V
VDD
J13
7
R147
22
0402
4
MMC_D1
RSCLK0/SD_D1
3.3V
R243
22
0402
C188
0.1UF
0402
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
R244
22
0402
4
C179
0.01UF
0402
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
C180
0.01UF
0402
C181
0.01UF
0402
C182
0.01UF
0402
C183
0.01UF
0402
C184
0.01UF
0402
C186
0.01UF
0402
C185
0.01UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C187
0.01UF
0402
Title
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
ROTARY ENCODER, JTAG, RS232, RSI
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
1-15-2009_11:11
D
10
of
16
A
B
C
D
LOGIC ANALYZER COMPRESSION LAND GRID ARRAY
1
A[1:19]
1
P5
A1
A1
A2
A2
A3
A3
A4
A4
A5
A6
A7
CLKOUT
A8
A9
A5
A10
A6
A11
A12
A7
A13
A8
A14
A15
A9
A16
A10
A17
A18
2
A11
A19
A12
A20
A21
A13
A22
A14
A23
A24
A15
A25
A16
A26
A27
D0
D1
GND0
D4
D5
GND1
CLK1+
CLK1GND2
D10
D11
GND3
D14
D15
GND4
D18
D19
GND5
D22
D23
GND6
D24
D25
GND7
D28
D29
GND8
DMAX_ALT
DNP
P7
P6
B1
GND9
B2
D2
B3
D3
B4
GND10
B5
D6
B6
D7
B7
GND11
B8
D8
B9
D9
B10
GND12
B11
D12
B12
D13
B13
GND13
B14
D16
B15
D17
B16
GND14
B17
D20
B18
D21
B19
GND15
B20
CLK2B21
CLK2+
B22
GND16
B23
D26
B24
D27
B25
GND17
B26
D30
B27
D31
D[0:15]
AMS0
D0
A1
D1
A2
D0
D1
A3
GND0
AMS1
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
D2
A4
D3
A5
D4
D5
A6
GND1
ARE
A7
CLK1+
CLKBUF
A8
CLK1-
AMS2
A9
GND2
ABE1#/SDQM1
SCAS
D4
A10
D5
A11
D10
D11
A12
GND3
SCKE
ABE0#/SDQM0
D6
A13
D7
A14
D14
D15
A15
GND4
SMS
SWE
D8
A16
D9
A17
D18
D19
A18
GND5
SRAS
D10
A19
D11
A20
D22
D23
A21
GND6
AWE
SA10
D12
A22
D13
A23
A17
D24
D25
A24
GND7
A19
A18
D14
A25
D15
A26
D28
D29
A27
GND8
DMAX_ALT
DNP
B1
MDC
GND9
B2
D2
B3
D3
MDIO
ETXD0
ETXD1
B4
SPI0_SSEL1
GND10
B5
D6
B6
D7
B7
GND11
B8
D8
B9
D9
B10
GND12
B11
D12
B12
D13
B13
GND13
B14
D16
B15
D17
B16
GND14
B17
D20
B18
D21
B19
GND15
B20
CLK2B21
CLK2+
B22
GND16
B23
D26
B24
D27
B25
GND17
B26
D30
B27
D31
ETXD2
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
ETXD3
SPI0_SCK
ERXD0
ERXD1
SPI0_MISO
ERXD2
SPI0_MOSI
ERXD3
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
ETXEN
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
ERXDV
SCL
ERXER
SDA
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
ERXCLK
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
MIITXCLK
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
MIICRS/HWAIT
DR1SEC
RMII_PHYINT
RESET
COL
A1
D0
A2
D1
A3
GND0
A4
D4
A5
D5
A6
GND1
A7
CLK1+
A8
CLK1A9
GND2
A10
D10
A11
D11
A12
GND3
A13
D14
A14
D15
A15
GND4
A16
D18
A17
D19
A18
GND5
A19
D22
A20
D23
A21
GND6
A22
D24
A23
D25
A24
GND7
A25
D28
A26
D29
A27
GND8
DMAX_ALT
DNP
B1
GND9
B2
D2
B3
D3
B4
GND10
B5
D6
B6
D7
B7
GND11
B8
D8
B9
D9
B10
GND12
B11
D12
B12
D13
B13
GND13
B14
D16
B15
D17
B16
GND14
B17
D20
B18
D21
B19
GND15
B20
CLK2B21
CLK2+
B22
GND16
B23
D26
B24
D27
B25
GND17
B26
D30
B27
D31
DR0PRI/SD_D0
RSCLK0/SD_D1
RFS0/SD_D2
TFS0/SD_D3
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
UART0_TX
UART0_RX
2
3
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
LOGIC ANALYZER CONN
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-3-2008_14:30
D
11
of
16
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
R162
10K
0402
R161
10K
0402
R163
10K
0402
R164
10K
0402
"PB1"
U10
R165
100
0805
R166
10
0603
U6
1
1
C122
0.01UF
0402
SW12
MOMENTARY
SWT024
2
2
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
4
1A1
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
1A2
6
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
1A3
8
74LVC14A
SOIC14
11
1A4
C123
1UF
0805
2A1
13
15
2A2
2A3
17
1
2A4
"PB ENABLE"
"PB2"
1
LED2
YELLOW
LED001
LED3
YELLOW
LED001
9
2Y1
7
2Y2
5
2Y3
3
2Y4
R159
330
0603
OE1
19
R168
10K
0402
3.3V
18
1Y1
16
1Y2
14
1Y3
12
1Y4
R158
330
0603
LED1
YELLOW
LED001
R160
330
0603
LED13
GREEN
LED001
"POWER"
R157
330
0603
OE2
IDT74FCT3244APY
SSOP20
2
4
2
3
1
ON
U6
SW13
MOMENTARY
SWT024
SW2
R169
10
0603
1
R167
100
0805
4
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
3
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
DIP2
SWT020
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C124
1UF
0805
2
2
SW2: GPIO enable
POS.
FROM
1
push button 1
DSP (U12, PH0)
ON
ON (PB1), OFF eMMC, ADC, Expansion Interface)
2
push button 2
DSP (U12, PH1)
ON
ON ( PB2), OFF eMMC, ADC, Expansion Interface)
TO
DEFAULT
FUNCTIONS
3.3V
"RESET"
3
R268
10K
0402
R156
10K
0402
R154
10K
0402
LED9
RED
LED001
3
R155
10K
0402
R153
330
0603
U22
1
MR
4
PFI
DA_SOFT_RESET
1
U26
4
RESET
ADM708SARZ
SOIC8
2
SW11
MOMENTARY
SWT024
8
RESET
7
RESET
5
PFO
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
"RESET"
R152
10K
0402
4
R170
10K
0402
U6
5
U6
6
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R171
10K
0402
9
U6
8
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R172
10K
0402
11
C121
0.01UF
0402
U6
10
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C119
0.01UF
0402
13
ANALOG
DEVICES
C120
0.01UF
0402
12
74LVC14A
SOIC14
Title
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
PUSHBUTTONS, RESET, LEDS
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
1-15-2009_11:11
D
12
of
16
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
PS_5V
PS_5V
D[0:15]
A[1:19]
J1
1
A1
2
A3
4
A5
6
A7
8
ADDR1
A9
10
A11
12
A13
14
A15
A17
A19
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
40
42
ABE1#/SDQM1
44
46
2
52
54
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
D1
56
D3
58
D5
60
D7
62
D9
64
D11
66
D13
68
D15
70
74
76
78
80
82
84
PS_5V
86
88
90
92
94
3
96
ADDR9
ADDR8
ADDR11
ADDR10
ADDR13
ADDR12
ADDR15
ADDR14
ADDR17
ADDR16
ADDR19
ADDR18
ADDR21
ADDR20
ADDR23
ADDR22
ADDR25
ADDR24
ADDR27
ADDR26
ADDR29
ADDR28
98
AOE
ARE
AMS0
AMS3
AMS2
ABE1
ABE0
ABE3
ABE2
NMI
BG
CLKOUT
RESET
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
DATA1
DATA0
DATA3
DATA2
DATA5
DATA4
DATA6
DATA9
DATA8
DATA11
DATA10
DATA13
DATA12
DATA15
DATA14
DATA17
DATA16
DATA19
DATA18
DATA21
DATA20
DATA23
DATA22
DATA25
DATA24
DATA27
DATA26
DATA29
DATA28
DATA31
DATA30
RSVD1
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
RSVD8
PWR_IN2
VDDIO1
102
ADDR30
AMS1
PWR_IN1
100
104
ADDR6
DATA7
72
3.3V
ADDR7
BGH
50
CLKOUT
ADDR4
BR
48
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
ADDR5
ARDY
38
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
ADDR2
AWE
36
AMS1
ADDR3
ADDR31
34
AWE
ADDR0
VDDIO2
3.3V1
QMS52X2_SMT
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
3.3V2
1
3
A2
5
A4
7
A6
9
A8
11
A10
13
A12
15
17
19
TFS0/SD_D3
A14
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
A16
ERXD2
A18
ERXD3
21
23
ERXDV
25
SPI0_SSEL1
MDIO
27
29
ERXD0
31
ERXD1
RMII_PHYINT
33
35
ARE
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
37
AMS0
RESET
39
AMS2
41
ABE0#/SDQM0
43
45
NMI
47
49
RESET
51
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
53
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
55
D0
57
D2
59
D4
61
D6
63
D8
SDA
65
D10
SCL
67
D12
69
D14
71
P3
1
GND1
3
GND2
5
GND3
7
GND4
9
GND5
11
GND6
13
PPI0FS1
15
PPI0FS3
17
PPI0D1
19
PPI0D3
21
PPI0D5
23
PPI0D7
25
PPI0D9
27
PPI0D11
29
PPI0D13
31
PPI0D15
33
PPI0D17
35
TIMER2/GPIO
37
RESET
39
PPI1FS1
41
PPI1FS3
43
PPI1D1/PPI0D19
45
PPI1D3/PPI0D21
47
PPI1D5/PPI0D23
49
PPI1D7
51
PPI1D9
53
PPI1D11
55
PPI1D13
57
PPI1D15
59
PPI1D17
61
SDA
63
SCL
65
RSVD2
67
RSVD4
69
RSVD6
IDC35X2_SMTA
P2
PWR_IN1
PWR_IN2
VDDIO1
VDDIO2
3.3V1
3.3V2
PPI0FS2
PPI0CLK
PPI0D0
PPI0D2
PPI0D4
PPI0D6
PPI0D8
PPI0D10
PPI0D12
PPI0D14
PPI0D16
TIMER1/GPIO
TIMER3/GPIO
PPI1FS2
PPI1CLK
PP1D0/PPI0D18
PPI1D2/PPI0D20
PPI1D4/PPI0D22
PPI1D6
PPI1D8
PPI1D10
PPI1D12
PPI1D14
PPI1D16
NC
RSVD1
RSVD3
RSVD5
RSVD7
2
1
4
3
6
5
8
7
10
9
12
11
14
13
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
RFS0/SD_D2
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
ETXD3
TFS0/SD_D3
ERXCLK
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
ETXD1
SCL
38
GND4
VDDIO2
GND5
3.3V1
GND6
3.3V2
TFS
SPISEL2
SPISEL3
SPICLK
UART0_TX
40
42
UARTRX
UARTTX
UARTRTSUARTCTS
RESET
NC
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
39
41
WAKE
SDA
SCL
37
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
TIMER
SPIMISO
35
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
SPISS
SPIMOSI
31
RESET
RFS
SPISEL1
33
RSCLK0/SD_D1
RSCLK
TSCLK
29
44
43
46
45
48
47
50
49
WAKE
RSVD1
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
RSVD8
RSVD9
IDC25X2_SMTA
52
4
6
8
10
12
UART0_RX
18
RSCLK0/SD_D1
20
RFS0/SD_D2
22
MIICRS/HWAIT
24
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
26
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
28
DR1SEC
30
SDA
32
UART0_RX
34
36
38
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
40
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
42
44
46
48
50
2
56
58
3.3V
60
PS_5V
62
64
66
P4
68
1
70
3
5
73
7
75
9
77
11
79
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
81
83
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
85
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
87
89
SPI0_SSEL1
91
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
93
SPI0_MOSI
95
SPI0_MISO
97
SCL
99
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
13
15
17
19
23
25
27
29
RESET
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
WAKE
PWR_IN1
GND2
PWR_IN2
GND3
VDDIO1
GND4
VDDIO2
GND5
3.3V1
GND6
3.3V2
DTPRI
DRPRI
DTSEC
DRSEC
TSCLK
RSCLK
RFS
SPISEL1
SPISEL2
SPISEL3
SPICLK
SPIMOSI
SPISS
SPIMISO
TIMER
31
SCL
SDA
UARTTX
UARTRX
UARTRTSUARTCTS
101
103
GND1
TFS
21
33
35
37
39
RESET
NC
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
41
43
45
47
GPIO4
WAKE
RSVD1
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
49
RSVD8
RSVD9
IDC25X2_SMTA
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Size
Board No.
C
Date
C
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
16
DR1SEC
18
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
20
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
22
AMS3/SPI0_SEL2
24
SPI0_SCK
26
AMS2
28
3
DR1SEC
30
SDA
32
DR1SEC
34
36
38
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
40
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
42
44
46
48
50
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
EXPANSION INTERFACE
Title
B
DR0PRI/SD_D0
16
54
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
A
1
14
DRSEC
DTSEC
27
2
DRPRI
DTPRI
25
34
36
VDDIO1
23
UART0_TX
ETXEN
GND3
21
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
ETXD0
PWR_IN2
19
AMS2
MDC
GND2
17
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
COL
PWR_IN1
15
UART0_TX
ETXD2
GND1
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-10-2008_14:26
D
13
of
16
A
B
C
D
VDDOTP
TP3
VPPOTP
TP2
3.3V
R182
2.0K
0603
1
C136
0.1UF
0603
L2
1UH
IND019
SJ4
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=NOT INSTALLED
V-
V+
1
TRIM
3 ADR550B
SOT23-3
L1
22UH
IND018
"OTP FLAG ENBL"
R180
1.91K
0603
1
1
IN
3
EN
2
GND
IDC2X1
6
IN
SW1
7
RT
FB
3
SD
SS
4
GND
R173
10K
0402
C125
10UF
1210
C208
1UF
0603
D4
MBR130LSFT1G
1A
SOD-123FL
C127
10UF
1210
VR2
COMP
C129
2.2UF
0805
5
OUT
ADJ
5
R179
21.5K
0603
DNP
4
ADP1710
TSOT5
C133
1UF
0603
DNP
2
8
R183
10.0K
0603
C126
10UF
1210
D3
MBR130LSFT1G
1A
SOD-123FL
R178
10K
0603
DNP
1
R176
24.0K
0603
ADP1610
MSOP8
R352
21.5K
0603
VR3
JP14
2
1
R181
140.0K
0603
U11
2
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
D5
MBR130LSFT1G
1A
SOD-123FL
D2
MBR130LSFT1G
1A
SOD-123FL
PS_5V
C131
22000PF
0402
R184
3.01K
0603
R351
0
0603
DNP
R177
10K
0603
DNP
C209
1UF
0603
DNP
C132
2.2UF
0805
C135
10UF
1210
C130
2200PF
0603
2
2
L6
1UH
IND019
-12V
1
2
L8
22UH
IND024
3
D9
MBR130LSFT1G
C201
10UF
1210
C200
10UF
1210
4
SOD-123FL
C206
2.2UF
0805
PS_5V
1
2
L9
22UH
IND024
3
3
C205
10UF
1210
R350
100K
0402
R349
10
0603
4
3
C204
2.2UF
0805
SOD-123FL
L7
1UH
IND019
+12V
C207
1000PF
0603
R345
0
0603
DNP
R346
0
0603
D10
MBR130LSFT1G
R348
44.2K
0603
VR6
6
IN
7
RT
FB
3
SD
SS
4
GND
C199
1UF
0603
C210
1UF
0603
DNP
SW1
ADP1611
MSOP8
COMP
C203
10UF
1210
C202
10UF
1210
5
2
8
1
R344
20.0K
0402
C197
22000PF
0402
R347
4.99K
0603
C198
3300PF
0603
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
OTP AND DUAL POWER
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
1-15-2009_11:09
D
14
of
16
A
B
F1
3A
FUS004
FER17
190
FER002
4
3
1
2
C
PS_5V
J3
1
C148
1000PF
1206
3
R267
0
0402
C149
10UF
1210
D8
MBRS540T3G
5A
SMC
2
D
WAKE
POWER
CON045
1
"5V"
R185
4.3
1206
3.3V
FER15
600
1206
C147
1000PF
1206
1
1.1 - 1.4V @ 500mA
R188
4.3
1206
R190
0.05
1206
FER16
600
1206
VDDINT
R186
1.2K
0402
SHGND
R246
10K
0402
DNP
U7
SHGND
1
W
A
2
AD0
B
3
AD1
4
SDA
SDA
5
SCL
AD5258
MSOP10
SCL
VCC
GND
VLOGIC
TP4
P8
C141
4.7UF
0603
1
2
IDC2X1
VR5
10
1
EN
GND1
2
IN
GND2
3
OUT
GND3
4
ADJ
GND4
5
"VDDINT"
9
R189
1.0K
0402
8
C139
0.01UF
0402
6
7
SJ5
7
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLED
8
6
C140
0.1UF
0402
R187
2.67K
0402
C137
4.7UF
0603
C138
4.7UF
0603
ADP1715
MSOP8
R245
10K
0402
Remove P8 when measuring VDDINT
2
2
PS_5V
1.8V @ 500mA
Remove P9 when measuring VDDEXT
C142
10UF
0805
DNP
C146
10UF
1210
SJ6
3
"VDDFLASH"
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
3.3V @ 2A
3
P11
1
3.3V
TP11
2
TP8
VDDFLASH
IDC2X1
PGND
TP5
R196
0.05
1206
VR1
IN
1
COMP
C144
68PF
0603
3
FB
PGATE
GND
2
R193
80.6K
0603
R194
0.05
1206
TP6
U8
4
6
ADP1864AUJZ
SOT23-6
1
R195
0
0603
R204
0.05
1206
VR4
1
EN
2
IN
4
SS
P9
1
2
VDDEXT
IDC2X1
CS
C143
470PF
0603
5
"VDDEXT"
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
L3
2.5UH
IND013
R191
0.05
1206
C151
2.2UF
0805
OUT
5
6GND1
7GND2
8GND3
GND4
R192
24.9K
0603
3.3V
C152
0.1UF
0402
3
C150
2.2UF
0805
Remove P11 when measuring VDDFLASH
D7
MBRS540T3G
SMC
SI4411DY
SO-8
CT6
220UF
D2E
CT5
2.2UF
B
DNP
C145
4.7UF
0805
R198
0.05
1206
R197
255.0K
0603
TP7
SJ8
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
VDDMEM
PGND
P10
1
2
PGND
IDC2X1
W2
COPPER
4
4A
ANALOG
DEVICES
"VDDMEM"
SJ7
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
PGND
Remove P10 when measuring VDDMEM
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
POWER
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-10-2008_14:26
D
15
of
15
A
B
RN1
1
D2
1
D3
2
D1
3
D0
4
R1A
RN5
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
C
R4B
8
D2_Z
A5_Z
1
7
D3_Z
A6_Z
2
6
D1_Z
A8_Z
3
5
D0_Z
A7_Z
4
R1A
RN9
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
D
R4B
8
A5
7
A6
6
A8
5
A7
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4_Z
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5_Z
1
R1A
2
3
RSCLK1/MMC_D6_Z
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN_Z
4
RN13
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
PB1/DR1PRI/MMC_D4
PB2/RFS1/MMC_D5
RSCLK1/MMC_D6
ADC_A0/LED1/MMC_D7/OTP_EN
A19_Z
1
A18_Z
2
A17_Z
3
A16_Z
4
R1A
R2A
R3A
R4A
RN17
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
A19
7
A18
6
A17
5
A16
1
SPI0_MOSI_Z
R1A
2
SPI0_MISO_Z
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
3
SPI0_SCK_Z
4
AMS2_Z
R4A
22
RNS005
33
RNS005
33
RNS005
33
RNS005
33
RNS005
RN2
RN6
RN10
RN14
RN18
D0
1
D1
2
D2
3
D3
4
R1A
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
D0_ZZ
A1_Z
1
7
D1_ZZ
A2_Z
2
6
D2_ZZ
A3_Z
3
5
D3_ZZ
A4_Z
4
22
RNS005
R1A
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
A1
7
A2
6
A3
5
A4
AMS0_Z
AWE_Z
ARE_Z
AMS1_Z
1
R1A
2
3
4
33
RNS005
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
D7
AMS0
D6
AWE
D5
ARE
D4
AMS1
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
D7_Z
7
D6_Z
6
D5_Z
5
D4_Z
1
UART0_RX_Z
R1A
2
UART0_TX_Z
R2A
3
TSCLK0/SD_CLK_Z
R3A
4
R4A
DT0PRI/SD_CMD_Z
22
RNS005
33
RNS005
R1B
R4B
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
SPI0_MOSI
7
1
SPI0_MISO
6
SPI0_SCK
5
AMS2
8
UART0_RX
7
UART0_TX
6
TSCLK0/SD_CLK
5
DT0PRI/SD_CMD
33
RNS005
2
2
RN3
3
D7_ZZ
1
D6_ZZ
2
D5_ZZ
3
D4_ZZ
4
R1A
RN7
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
D7
7
D6
6
D5
5
D4
TFS0/SD_D3_Z
RFS0/SD_D2_Z
RSCLK0/SD_D1_Z
DR0PRI/SD_D0_Z
1
R1A
2
3
4
RN11
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
TFS0/SD_D3
SCKE_Z
RFS0/SD_D2
SMS_Z
RSCLK0/SD_D1
SCAS_Z
DR0PRI/SD_D0
SRAS_Z
1
R1A
2
3
4
RN15
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
D11
SCKE
D10
SMS
D9
SCAS
D8
SRAS
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
RN19
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
D11_Z
A15_Z
7
D10_Z
A14_Z
6
D9_Z
A13_Z
5
D8_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
RN16
RN20
4
RN12
A12_Z
RN8
3
RN4
A11_Z
33
RNS005
2
22
RNS005
1
33
RNS005
A9_Z
33
RNS005
A10_Z
22
RNS005
R1A
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
A9
7
A10
6
A11
5
A12
33
RNS005
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD_Z
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2_Z
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3_Z
DR1SEC_Z
1
R1A
2
3
4
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
SPI0_SSEL3/CUD
SWE_Z
CDG/ADC_A1/LED2
SA10_Z
CZM/ADC_A2/LED3
ABE0#/SDQM0_Z
DR1SEC
ABE1#/SDQM1_Z
33
RNS005
1
R1A
2
3
4
R1B
R2A
R2B
R3A
R3B
R4A
R4B
8
7
6
5
D15
SWE
D14
SA10
D13
ABE0#/SDQM0
D12
ABE1#/SDQM1
33
RNS005
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
D15_Z
D11_ZZ
7
D14_Z
D10_ZZ
6
D13_Z
D9_ZZ
5
D12_Z
D8_ZZ
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
22
RNS005
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
A15
7
A14
6
A13
5
8
D11
7
D10
6
D9
5
D8
3
22
RNS005
RN21
D15_ZZ
1
D14_ZZ
2
D13_ZZ
3
D12_ZZ
4
R1A
R2A
R3A
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
D15
7
D14
6
D13
5
D12
22
RNS005
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-BF518F EZ-BOARD
SERIES TERMINATORS
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0217-2008
0.2
Sheet
12-3-2008_14:30
D
16
of
16
I
INDEX
Numerics
2-wire interface (TWI), 2-3
A
AD5258 digipot, 2-2
ADC7266 (U2), 2-9
ADC_A0-2 signal, 1-21
ADC channel select jumpers (JP17-28), 2-19
ADC range jumper (JP4), 2-17
ADM3202 line driver/receiver (U21), 1-19
ADP1715 low dropout regulator (LDO), 2-2
AMS0-3 select lines, 1-11, 2-9, 2-18
analog audio interface, See audio
analog-to-digital converter (ADC), 1-12, 1-17,
1-18, 2-15, 2-17
architecture, of this EZ-Board, 2-2
ASYNC (asynchronous memory control)
external memory banks 0-3, 1-10
audio
interface, 1-17
codec (U31), 1-13, 1-15, 1-17, 2-10
dual connectors (J4-5), 1-18, 2-26
SPI/TWI select switch (SW16), 2-13
SPORT0 enable (SW15), 1-17, 2-13
test switches (SW22-23), 1-19, 2-15
B
background telemetry channel (BTC), 1-25
battery
holder connector (J12), 2-26
supply, 1-20
bill of materials, A-1
board schematic (ADSP-BF518F), B-1
boot
modes, 2-8
mode select switch (SW1), 1-12, 1-14
C
CDG signal, 1-21
audio codec, See audio
configuration, of this EZ-Board, 1-4
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INDEX
connectors
diagram of locations, 2-24
J12 (battery holder), 2-26
J13 (SD), 2-26
J14-15 (Ethernet), 1-17
J14 (Ethernet), 2-27
J15 (Ethernet), 2-27
J16-26 (SMA), 2-26
J1 (expansion interface II), 1-21, 2-25, 2-26
J2 (RS-232), 2-25
J3 (power), 1-6, 2-25
J4-5 (dual audio), 1-18, 2-26
J7 (SMA), 2-26
P1 (JTAG), 1-6, 1-22, 2-27
P2 (expansion interface II), 1-21, 2-27
P3 (expansion interface II), 1-15, 2-28
P4 (expansion interface II), 1-21, 2-27
P5-7 (DMAX land grid array), 1-22, 2-28
ZP1 (debug agent), 2-29
contents, of this EZ-Board package, 1-3
core voltage, 2-2
CUD (up) signal, 1-14, 1-15
customer support, xvii
CZM signal, 1-21
D
Das U-Boot, universal boot loader, 1-13
debug agent connector (ZP1), 2-29
default configuration, of this EZ-Board, 1-4
down signal (CDG), 1-15
DR1PRI signal, 1-21
E
eMMC
enable switches (SW20-21), 1-12
enable switch (SW20-21), 2-15
interface, 1-12
I-2
Ethernet
interface, xiv, 1-13, 1-16
configuration switch (SW8), 2-11
connectors (J14-15), 1-17, 2-27
LEDs (LED4-8, LED10-12), 2-22
mode switch (SW17), 2-14
PHY IC (U29), 1-13
port 1 config switch (SW7), 1-16, 2-11
port 2 config switch (SW18), 1-16, 2-14
power down jumper (JP13), 2-17
reset push button (SW11), 2-12
example programs, 1-25
expansion interface II
J1 connector, 1-21, 1-23, 2-25, 2-26
P2 connector, 1-19, 1-21, 1-23, 2-27
P3 connector, 1-15, 1-23, 2-28
P4 connector, 1-19, 1-21, 1-23, 2-27
external memory, 1-9, 1-10
F
features, of this EZ-Board, xiii
flag pins, See programmable flags by name (PFx,
PGs, PHx)
flash memory enable switch (SW6), 2-9
flash WP jumper (JP3), 2-17
G
general-purpose IO pins (GPIO), 1-21, 2-8,
2-12, 2-14, 2-22
general-purpose push buttons (PB1-2), 1-21
GPIO enable switch, See SW2
I
installation, of this EZ-Board, 1-4
IO voltage, 2-2
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INDEX
J
M
JTAG
interface, 1-22
connector (P1), 1-6, 1-22, 2-27
jumpers
diagram of locations, 2-16
JP11-12 (LED select), 2-17
JP13 (Ethernet power down), 2-17
JP14 (OTP flag enable), 2-18
JP15 (mic select), 1-17, 2-18
JP16 (SPI flash CS enable), 1-15, 2-18
JP17-28 (ADC channel select), 2-19
JP3 (flash WP), 2-17
JP4 (ADC range), 1-19, 2-17
JP6 (mic select), 1-17
P10 (VDDMEM power), 1-24, 2-20
P11 (VDDFLASH power), 1-24, 2-20
P17-28 (ADC channel select), 1-19
P8 (VDDINT power), 1-24, 2-19
P9 (VDDEXT power), 1-24, 2-19
MAC address, 1-16
media independent interface (MII), 1-16
Media Instruction Set Computing (MISC), xi
memory map, of this EZ-Board, 1-9
MICBIAS signal, 2-18
MICIN signal, 2-18
microphone
gain switch (SW5), 2-10
headphone select (SW6), 1-18, 2-10
select jumper (JP15), 1-17, 2-18
SPI/TWI switch (SW8), 1-17
Micro Signal Architecture (MSA), xi
MMC_Dx signals, 1-21
K
KSZ8893M PHY device, 2-14
L
land grid array connectors (P5-7), 1-22, 2-28
LEDs
diagram of locations, 2-21
LED10-12 (Ethernet), 2-22
LED1-3 (PH3, PH5-6), 1-21, 2-22
LED4-8 (Ethernet), 2-22
LED4 (USB monitor), 1-6
LED9 (reset), 2-22
power (LED13), 2-23
LED select jumpers (JP11-12), 2-17
license restrictions, xii, 1-8
N
notation conventions, xxi
O
oscilloscope, 1-24
OTP_EN signal, 1-21
OTP flag enable jumper (JP14), 2-18
OTP memory writes, 2-18
P
package contents, 1-3
parallel flash memory, xiii, 1-11
See also NAND, flash memory
parallel peripheral interface (PPI), See PPI
interface
PF0-7 programmable flags, 2-3
PF8 programmable flag, 2-3
PF9-15 programmable flags, 2-3
PG0-10 programmable flags, 2-5
PG11 programmable flag, 2-5
PG12 programmable flag, 2-5
PG13-15 programmable flags, 2-5
PH0-1 programmable flags, 1-21, 2-6, 2-12
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INDEX
PH2 programmable flag, 2-6
PH3 programmable flag, 1-21, 2-6, 2-18, 2-22
PH4 programmable flag, 2-6
PH5-6 programmable flags, 1-21, 2-6, 2-22
PH7 programmable flag, 2-6
POST (power-on-self test) program, 1-12, 1-19,
1-24, 2-12
power
5V wall adaptor (P14), 1-3
connector (J3), 1-6, 2-25
LED (LED13), 2-23
measurements, 1-24
PPI interface
connections, 1-15
expansion interface II connector (P3), 1-15,
2-28
programmable flag inputs PH0 -1, 1-21
R
real-time clock (RTC), 1-20, 2-3
Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC), xi
reference design info, 1-25
removable secure interface (RSI), 1-12
reset
LED (LED9), 2-22
push button (SW11), 2-12
restrictions, of evaluation license, 1-8
RFS1 signal, 1-21
rotary encoder
interface, 1-15
enable switch (SW19), 1-15, 2-14
with momentary switch (SW14), 2-13
RS-232 connector (J2), 2-25
RTC pin, 1-20
S
schematic, of ADSP-BF518F EZ-Board, B-1
SD connector (J13), 2-26
SDRAM interface, 1-10, 1-11
I-4
secure digital (SD) interface, 1-12, 1-13
serial peripheral interconnect (SPI) ports, See
SPI interface
session startup procedure, 1-6
SMA connectors (J7, J16-26), 2-26
SPI0_SSEL2 signal, 2-18
SPI flash CS enable jumper (JP16), 2-18
SPI interface
connections, 1-13
SPI/TWI switch (SW16), 1-17
SPISEL1 signal, 1-14
SPISEL2 signal, 1-13
SPISEL3 signal, 1-14
SPORT0 enable switch (SW15), 1-17, 2-13
SPORT1 enable switch (SW4), 1-18, 2-9
SRAM memory, 1-9
SSM2602 audio codec (U1), 2-13
standalone debug agent, xii, 1-4, 1-6, 1-8, 1-11,
1-22
SW10 (UART0 setup) switch, 2-12
SW11 (reset) push button, 2-12
SW12-13 (IO) push buttons, 2-12
SW14 (rotary encoder with momentary) switch,
2-13
SW15 (SPORT0 enable) switch, 1-17, 2-13
SW16 (SPI/TWI config) switch, 1-17, 2-13
SW17 (Ethernet mode) switch, 2-14
SW18 (Ethernet port 2 config) switch, 1-16,
2-14
SW19 (encoder enable) switch, 1-16, 2-14
SW1 (boot mode select) switch, 1-12, 1-14, 2-8
SW20-21 (eMMC enable) switches, 1-12
SW20 (eMMC enable) switch, 2-15
SW21 (eMMC enable) switch, 2-15
SW22-23 (test) switches, 1-19, 2-15
SW2 (push button enable) switch, 1-21, 2-8,
2-13
SW3 (flash enable) switch, 2-9
SW4 (SPORT1 enable) switch, 1-18, 2-9
SW5 (mic gain) switch, 1-17, 2-10
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SW6 (mic select) switch, 1-18, 2-10
universal asynchronous receiver transmitter, See
SW7 (Ethernet port 1 config) switch, 1-16, 2-11
UART0, UART1
SW8 (Ethernet config) switch, 2-11
USB monitor LED (LED4), 1-6
switches, diagram of locations, 2-7
system architecture, of this EZ-Board, 2-2
V
T
thumbwheel control, xiv
TWI config switch (SW8), 1-17
U
UART0 interface
expansion interface II connectors (P2), 1-19,
2-27
reset push button (SW11), 2-12
setup switch (SW10), 2-12
UART1 interface
enable switch (SW14), 2-12
expansion interface II connectors (P4), 1-19,
2-27
UART1_RX signal, 2-12, 2-18, 2-19
UART1_TX signal, 2-12, 2-18, 2-19
U-Boot, universal boot loader, 1-13
VDDEXT
power jumper (P9), 2-19
voltage domain, 1-24
VDDFLASH
power jumper (P11), 2-20
voltage domain, 1-24
VDDINT
power jumper (P8), 2-19
voltage domain, 1-24
VDDMEM
power jumper (P10), 2-20
voltage domain, 1-24
VisualDSP++ environment, 1-6
voltage planes, 1-23
W
wall adaptor connector (J3), 1-6, 1-22
watchdog timer, 1-20
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