ADSP-21479 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual (Rev. 1.1)

ADSP-21479 EZ-Board®
Evaluation System Manual
Revision 1.1, July 2012
Part Number
82-000229-01
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
Norwood, Mass. 02062-9106
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Regulatory Compliance
The ADSP-21479 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-21479 EZ-Board has been certified to comply with the essential requirements of the European EMC directive 2004/108/EC and
therefore carries the “CE” mark.
The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board has been appended to Analog Devices, Inc.
EMC Technical File (EMC TF) referenced DSPTOOLS1, issue 2 dated
June 4, 2008 and was declared CE compliant by an appointed Notified
Body (No.0673) as listed below.
Notified Body Statement of Compliance: Z600ANA2.036, dated
May 21, 2010.
Issued by: Technology International (Europe) Limited
56 Shrivenham Hundred Business Park
Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6 8TY, UK
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-Boards in the protective shipping package.
CONTENTS
PREFACE
Product Overview .......................................................................... xii
Purpose of This Manual .................................................................. xv
Intended Audience .......................................................................... xv
Manual Contents ............................................................................ xv
What’s New in This Manual ........................................................... xvi
Technical Support .......................................................................... xvi
Supported Processors ..................................................................... xvii
Product Information .................................................................... xviii
Analog Devices Web Site ........................................................ xviii
EngineerZone ........................................................................... xix
Related Documents ........................................................................ xix
Notation Conventions ..................................................................... xx
USING THE ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
Package Contents .......................................................................... 1-2
Default Configuration ................................................................... 1-3
CCES Install and Session Startup .................................................. 1-5
Session Startup ........................................................................ 1-6
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VisualDSP++ Install and Session Startup ....................................... 1-9
Session Startup ...................................................................... 1-10
CCES Evaluation License ........................................................... 1-11
VisualDSP++ Evaluation License ................................................. 1-12
Memory Map ............................................................................. 1-13
SDRAM Interface ....................................................................... 1-14
SRAM Interface .......................................................................... 1-15
Parallel Flash Memory Interface .................................................. 1-15
SPI Interface .............................................................................. 1-16
Watch Dog Timer Interface ........................................................ 1-17
Real-Time Clock Interface .......................................................... 1-17
Shift Register Interface ................................................................ 1-18
S/PDIF Interface ........................................................................ 1-20
Audio Interface ........................................................................... 1-20
UART Interface .......................................................................... 1-22
LEDs and Push Buttons .............................................................. 1-23
JTAG Interface ........................................................................... 1-24
Expansion Interface II ................................................................. 1-26
Power Measurements .................................................................. 1-27
Power-On-Self Test ..................................................................... 1-27
Example Programs ...................................................................... 1-28
Board Design Database ............................................................... 1-28
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ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD HARDWARE REFERENCE
System Architecture ...................................................................... 2-2
DAI Interface .......................................................................... 2-3
DPI Interface .......................................................................... 2-4
Flags and Memory Selects .............................................................. 2-5
Push Buttons and Switches ............................................................ 2-7
DAI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW1) .............................................. 2-8
DAI [9–16] Enable Switch (SW2) ............................................ 2-8
DPI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW3) .............................................. 2-9
Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4) ............................................ 2-10
DSP Clock Configuration Switch (SW5) ................................ 2-10
DAI [17–20] Enable Switch (SW7) ........................................ 2-11
Programmable Flag Push Buttons (SW8–11) .......................... 2-12
Reset Push Button (SW12) .................................................... 2-12
External Port Enable Switch (SW13) ...................................... 2-12
DPI [9–14] Enable Switch (SW14) ........................................ 2-13
Audio In1 Left Selection Switch (SW15) ................................ 2-14
Audio In1 Right Selection Switch (SW16) .............................. 2-14
Audio In2 Right Selection Switch (SW17) .............................. 2-15
Audio In2 Left Selection Switch (SW18) ................................ 2-16
JTAG Switches (SW19–22) .................................................... 2-16
Headphone Enable Switch (SW23) ........................................ 2-18
Audio Loopback Switches (SW24–25) ................................... 2-18
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Jumpers ...................................................................................... 2-19
Flash WP Jumper (JP1) ......................................................... 2-20
S/PDIF Loopback Jumper (JP2) ............................................ 2-20
UART RTS/CTS Jumper (JP3) ............................................. 2-20
UART Loopback Jumper (JP4) .............................................. 2-20
DSP Audio Oscillator Jumper (JP5) ....................................... 2-20
LEDs ......................................................................................... 2-21
GPIO LEDs (LED1–8) ......................................................... 2-22
Power LED (LED9) .............................................................. 2-22
Reset LED (LED10) ............................................................. 2-22
Connectors ................................................................................. 2-23
Expansion Interface II Connector (J1) ................................... 2-24
RS-232 Connector (J2) ......................................................... 2-24
MP JTAG Connector (J3) ..................................................... 2-24
RCA Audio Connector (J4) ................................................... 2-25
RCA Audio Connector (J5) ................................................... 2-25
S/PDIF In Connector (J6) ..................................................... 2-25
S/PDIF Out Connector (J7) .................................................. 2-25
Headphone Out Connector (J8) ............................................ 2-26
JTAG Connector (P1) ........................................................... 2-26
Expansion Interface II Connector (P2) .................................. 2-26
VDDRTC Power Connector (P3) .......................................... 2-27
Shift Register Interface Connector (P4) ................................. 2-27
Power Connector (P5) ........................................................... 2-27
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VDDEXT Power Connector (P6) .......................................... 2-28
VDDINT Power Connector (P7) ........................................... 2-28
Differential In/Out Connectors (P8–9) .................................. 2-28
MP JTAG Out Connector (P10) ............................................ 2-29
Standalone Debug Agent Connector (ZP1) ............................ 2-29
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD SCHEMATIC
INDEX
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board®, Analog Devices,
Inc. evaluation system for SHARC® processors.
SHARC processors are based on a 32-bit super Harvard architecture that
includes a unique memory architecture comprised of two large on-chip,
dual-ported SRAM blocks coupled with a sophisticated IO processor,
which gives a SHARC processor the bandwidth for sustained high-speed
computations. SHARC processors represents today’s de facto standard for
floating-point processing, targeted toward premium audio applications.
The evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the
CrossCore® Embedded Studio (CCES) and VisualDSP++® development
environments to test the capabilities of the ADSP-21479 SHARC processors. The development environment aids advanced application code
development and debug, such as:
• Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written
in C++, C, and assembly
• Load, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application programs
• Read and write data and program memory
• Read and write core and peripheral registers
• Plot memory
Access to the 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 processor and
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Product Overview
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-21479 EZ-Board provides example programs to demonstrate
the product capabilities.
Product Overview
The board features:
• Analog Devices ADSP-21479 SHARC processor
• Core performance up to 266 MHz
• 196-pin BGA package
• 16.625 MHz CLKIN oscillator
• 5 Mb of internal RAM memory
• Parallel flash memory
• Numonyx M29W320EB – 4 MB (4M x 8 bits)
• SDRAM memory
• Micron MT48LC16M16A2P-6A – 16 Mbx x 16 bits
(256 Mb or 32 MB)
• Asynchronous memory (SRAM)
• ISSI IS61WV102416BLL-10TLI – 1M x 16 bits (2 MB)
• SPI flash memory
• Numonyx M25P16 – 16 Mb
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• Analog audio interface
• Analog Devices AD1939 audio codec
• 4 x 2 RCA phono jack for eight channels of stereo output
• 4 x 1 RCA phono jack for four channel of stereo input
• Two DB25 connectors for differential inputs/outputs
• 3.5 mm headphone jack with volume control connected to
one of the stereo outputs
• Supports all eight DACs and four ADCs in TDM and I2S
modes at 48 KHz, 96 KHz, and 192 KHz sample rates
• Digital audio interface (S/PDIF)
• RCA phono jack output
• RCA phono jack input
• Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART)
• ADM3202 RS-232 line driver/receiver
• DB9 female connector
• LEDs
• Ten LEDs: one board reset (red), eight general-purpose
(amber), and one power (green)
• Push buttons
• Five push buttons: one reset, two connected to the DAI,
and two connected to FLAG pins of the processor
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• Expansion interface II
• Next generation of the expansion interface design, provides
access to most of the processor signals
• Power supply
• 5V @ 3.6 Amps
• Other features
• Watch dog timer (WDT) system reset implementation
• Real-time clock (RTC)
• Shift register (SR)
• SHARC power measurement jumpers
• JTAG ICE 14-pin header
• USB cable
Please visit www.analog.com/21479EZBoard for additional information,
including CCES support.
For information about hardware components of the EZ-Board, refer to
“ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Hardware Reference” on page 2-1.
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Purpose of This Manual
The ADSP-21479 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-21479 EZ-Board. Finally, a
schematic and a bill of materials are provided for reference.
Intended Audience
The primary audience for this manual is a programmer who is familiar
with Analog Devices processors. This manual assumes that the audience
has a working knowledge of the appropriate processor architecture and
instruction set.
Programmers who are unfamiliar with Analog Devices processors can use
this manual, but should supplement it with other texts that describe your
target architecture. For the locations of these documents, see “Related
Documents”.
Programmers who are unfamiliar with CCES or VisualDSP++ should refer
to the online help and user’s manuals.
Manual Contents
The manual consists of:
• Chapter 1, “Using The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board” on page 1-1
Describes EZ-Board functionality from a programmer’s perspective
and provides a simplified memory map.
• Chapter 2, “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Hardware Reference” on
page 2-1
Provides information about the EZ-Board hardware components.
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What’s New in This Manual
• Appendix A, “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Bill Of Materials” on
page A-1
Provides a list of components used to manufacture the EZ-Board.
• Appendix B, “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1
Provides resources for board-level debugging, can be used as a reference guide.
What’s New in This Manual
This is revision 1.1 of the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual. The manual has been updated to include CCES information.
For the latest version of this manual, please refer to the Analog Devices
Web site.
Technical Support
You can reach Analog Devices processors and DSP technical support in
the following ways:
• Post your questions in the processors and DSP support community
at EngineerZone®:
http://ez.analog.com/community/dsp
• Submit your questions to technical support directly at:
http://www.analog.com/support
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• E-mail your questions about processors, DSPs, and tools development software from CrossCore Embedded Studio or
VisualDSP++:
Choose Help > Email Support. This creates an e-mail to
and automatically attaches
your CrossCore Embedded Studio or VisualDSP++ version information and license.dat file.
[email protected]
• E-mail your questions about processors and processor applications
to:
[email protected] or
[email protected] (Greater China support)
• In the USA only, call 1-800-ANALOGD (1-800-262-5643)
• Contact your Analog Devices sales office or authorized distributor.
Locate one at:
www.analog.com/adi-sales
• Send questions by mail to:
Processors and DSP Technical Support
Analog Devices, Inc.
Three Technology Way
P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
Supported Processors
This evaluation system supports Analog Devices ADSP-21479 SHARC
processors. Functionality of the ADSP-21478 processors can be evaluated
using the same product because the processors have many similarities.
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Product Information
Product Information
Product information can be obtained from the Analog Devices Web site
and the online help system.
Analog Devices Web Site
The Analog Devices Web site, www.analog.com, provides information
about a broad range of products—analog integrated circuits, amplifiers,
converters, and digital signal processors.
To access a complete technical library for each processor family, go to
http://www.analog.com/processors/technical_library. The manuals
selection opens a list of current manuals related to the product as well as a
link to the previous revisions of the manuals. When locating your manual
title, note a possible errata check mark next to the title that leads to the
current correction report against the manual.
Also note, myAnalog.com is a free feature of the Analog Devices Web site
that allows customization of a Web page to display only the latest
information about products you are interested in. You can choose to
receive weekly e-mail notifications containing updates to the Web pages
that meet your interests, including documentation errata against all manuals. myAnalog.com provides access to books, application notes, data sheets,
code examples, and more.
Visit myAnalog.com (found on the Analog Devices home page) to sign up.
If you are a registered user, just log on. Your user name is your e-mail
address.
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EngineerZone
EngineerZone is a technical support forum from Analog Devices. It allows
you direct access to ADI technical support engineers. You can search
FAQs and technical information to get quick answers to your embedded
processing and DSP design questions.
Use EngineerZone to connect with other DSP developers who face similar
design challenges. You can also use this open forum to share knowledge
and collaborate with the ADI support team and your peers. Visit
http://ez.analog.com to sign up.
Related Documents
For additional information about the product, refer to the following
publications.
Table 1. Related Processor Publications
Title
Description
ADSP-21477/ADSP-21478/ADSP-21479
SHARC Processor Data Sheet
General functional description, pinout, and timing
of the processor
ADSP-214xx SHARC Processor Hardware
Reference
Description of the internal processor architecture,
registers, and all peripheral functions
SHARC Processor Programming Reference
Description of all allowed processor assembly
instructions
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Notation Conventions
Notation Conventions
Text conventions used in this manual are identified and described as
follows.
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Example
Description
Close command
(File menu)
Titles in reference sections indicate the location of an item within the
development 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.

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-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
1 USING THE ADSP-21479
EZ-BOARD
This chapter provides information to assist you with development of programs for the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board evaluation system.
The following topics are covered.
• “Package Contents” on page 1-2
• “Default Configuration” on page 1-3
• “CCES Install and Session Startup” on page 1-5
• “VisualDSP++ Install and Session Startup” on page 1-9
• “CCES Evaluation License” on page 1-11
• “VisualDSP++ Evaluation License” on page 1-12
• “Memory Map” on page 1-13
• “SDRAM Interface” on page 1-14
• “SRAM Interface” on page 1-15
• “Parallel Flash Memory Interface” on page 1-15
• “SPI Interface” on page 1-16
• “Watch Dog Timer Interface” on page 1-17
• “Real-Time Clock Interface” on page 1-17
• “Shift Register Interface” on page 1-18
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• “S/PDIF Interface” on page 1-20
• “Audio Interface” on page 1-20
• “UART Interface” on page 1-22
• “LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 1-23
• “JTAG Interface” on page 1-24
• “Expansion Interface II” on page 1-26
• “Power Measurements” on page 1-27
• “Power-On-Self Test” on page 1-27
• “Example Programs” on page 1-28
• “Board Design Database” on page 1-28
For information on the graphical user interface, including the boot loading, target options, and other facilities, refer to the online help.
For more information about the ADSP-21479 SHARC processor, see documents referred to as “Related Documents”.
Package Contents
Your ADSP-21479 EZ-Board evaluation system package contains the following items.
• ADSP-21479 EZ-Board
• Universal 5.0V DC power supply
• 3.5 mm stereo headphones
• 6-foot RCA audio cable
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• 6-foot 3.5 mm/RCA x 2 Y-cable
• 3.5 mm stereo female to RCA male Y-cable
If any item is missing, contact the vendor where you purchased your
EZ-Board or contact Analog Devices, Inc.
Default Configuration
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-Boards in the protective shipping package.
The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board is designed to run outside your personal
computer as a standalone unit. You do not have to open your computer
case.
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.
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Default Configuration
Figure 1-1. Default EZ-Board Hardware Setup
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CCES Install and Session Startup
For information about CCES and to download the software, go to
www.analog.com/CCES. A link for the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Support
Package (BSP) for CCES can be found at
http://www.analog.com/SHARC/EZKits.
Follow these instructions to ensure correct operation of the product software and hardware.
Step 1: Connect the EZ-Board to a personal computer (PC) running
CCES using one of two options: an Analog Devices emulator or via the
debug agent.
Using an Emulator:
1. Plug one side of the USB cable into the USB connector of the emulator. Plug the other side into a USB port of the PC running
CCES.
2. Attach the emulator to the header connector P1 (labeled JTAG) on
the EZ-Board.
Using the standalone Debug Agent:
1. Attach the standalone debug agent to connectors ZP1 and P1 of the
EZ-Board.
2. Plug one side of the provided USB cable into the USB connector of
the debug agent ZP1 (labeled USB). Plug the other side of the cable
into a USB port of the PC running CCES.
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Step 2: Attach the provided cord and appropriate plug to the 5V power
adaptor.
1. Plug the jack-end of the power adaptor into the power connector
P5 (labeled 5V) on the EZ-Board.
2. Plug the other side of the power adaptor into a power outlet. The
power LED (labeled LED9) is lit green when power is applied to the
board.
3. Power the emulator (if used). Plug the jack-end of the assembled
power adaptor into the emulator and plug the other side of the
power adaptor into a power outlet. The enable/power indicator is
lit green when power is applied.
Step 3 (if connected through the debug agent): Verify that the yellow
USB monitor LED (labeled LED2) and the green power LED (labeled
LED1) on the debug agent are both on. This signifies that the board is communicating properly with the host PC and ready to run CCES.
Session Startup
It is assumed that the CrossCore Embedded Studio software is installed
and running on your PC.
If you connect the board or emulator first (before installing
 Note:
CCES) to the PC, the Windows driver wizard may not find the
board drivers.
1. Navigate to the CCES environment via the Start menu.
Note that CCES is not connected to the target board.
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2. Use the system configuration utility to connect to the EZ-Board.
If a debug configuration exists already, select the appropriate
configuration and click Apply and Debug or Debug. Go to step 8.
To create a debug configuration, do one of the following:
• Click the down arrow next to the little bug icon, select
Debug Configurations
• Choose Run > Debug Configurations.
The Debug Configuration dialog box appears.
3. Select CrossCore Embedded Studio Application and click
(New launch configuration).
The Select Processor page of the Session Wizard appears.
4. Ensure Blackfin is selected in Processor family. In Processor type,
select ADSP-21479. Click Next.
The Select Connection Type page of the Session Wizard appears.
5. Select one of the following:
• For standalone debug agent connections, EZ-Board and
click Next.
• For emulator connections, Emulator and click Next.
The Select Platform page of the Session Wizard appears.
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6. Do one of the following:
• For standalone debug agent connections, ensure that the
selected platform is ADSP-21479 EZ-Board via Debug
Agent.
• For emulator connections, choose the type of emulator that
is connected to the board.
7. Click Finish to close the wizard.
The new debug configuration is created and added to the program(s) to load list.
8. In the Program(s) to load section, choose the program to load
when connecting to the board. If not loading any program upon
connection to the target, do not make any changes.
Note that while connected to the target, there is no way to choose a
program to download. To load a program once connected, terminate the session.
a configuration, go to the Debug Configurations dialog
 Toboxdelete
and select the configuration to delete. Click
and choose Yes
when asked if you wish to delete the selected launch configuration.
Then Close the dialog box.
from the target board, click the terminate button
 To(reddisconnect
box) or choose Run > Terminate.
To delete a session, choose Target > Session > Session List. Select
the session name from the list and click Delete. Click OK.
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VisualDSP++ Install and Session Startup
For information about VisualDSP++ and to download the software, go to
www.analog.com/VisualDSP.
There are two options to connect the EZ-Board hardware to a personal
computer (PC) running VisualDSP++: 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-21479 EZ-Board. The standalone
debug agent is shipped with the kit.
To connect the EZ-Board to a PC via an emulator:
1. Plug the 5V adaptor into connector P5 (labeled 5.0V).
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
 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.
2. Plug the 5V adaptor into connector P5 (labeled 5.0V).
3. Plug one side of the provided USB cable into a USB connector of
the standalone debug agent. Plug the other side of the cable into
a USB port of the PC running VisualDSP++.
4. 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++.
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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
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-Board 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 SHARC is selected in Processor family. In Choose a target
processor, select ADSP-21479. Click Next.
4. The Select Connection Type page of the wizard appears on the
screen. For standalone debug agent connections, select EZ-Board
and click Next. For emulator connections, select Emulator and
click Next.
5. The Select Platform page of the wizard appears on the screen.
For standalone debug agent connections, ensure that the selected
platform is ADSP-21479 EZ-Board via Debug Agent. For emulator connections, choose the type of emulator that is connected.
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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
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
 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.
CCES Evaluation License
The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board software is part of the Board Support Package (BSP) for the SHARC ADSP-2147x family. The EZ-Board is a
licensed product that offers an unrestricted evaluation license for 90 days
after activation. Once the evaluation period ends, the evaluation license
becomes permanently disabled. If the evaluation license is installed but
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not activated, it allows 10 days of unrestricted use and then becomes disabled. The license can be re-enabled by activation.
An evaluation license can be upgraded to a full license. Licenses can be
purchased from:
• Analog Devices directly. Call (800) 262-5645 or 781-937-2384 or
go to:
http://www.analog.com/en/content/buy_online/fca.html.
• Analog Devices, Inc. local sales office or authorized distributor. To
locate one, go to:
http://www.analog.com/salesdir/continent.asp.
EZ-Board hardware must be connected and powered up to use
 The
CCES with a valid evaluation or full license.
VisualDSP++ Evaluation License
The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board installation is part of the VisualDSP++ . 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-21479 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 program to 27306 PM words 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.
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Memory Map
The ADSP-21479 processor has internal static random access memory
(SRAM) for instructions and data storage. See Table 1-1. The internal
memory details can be found in the ADSP-214xx SHARC Processor Hardware Reference.
The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board includes four types of external memory:
SRAM, synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM), serial
peripheral interconnect (SPI) flash, and parallel flash. 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 (Core-Accessible) Memory Map
Start Address
End Address
Contents
0x0000 0000
0x0003 FFFF
IOP Registers
0x0004 0000
0x0004 7FFF
Block 0 ROM (Reserved)
0x0004 8000
0x0004 8FFF
Reserved
0x0004 9000
0x0004 EFFF
Block 0 SRAM
0x0004 F000
0x0004 FFFF
Reserved
0x0005 0000
0x0005 7FFF
Block 1 ROM (Reserved)
0x0005 8000
0x0005 8FFF
Reserved
0x0005 9000
0x0005 EFFF
Block 1 SRAM
0x0005 F000
0x0005 FFFF
Reserved
0x0006 0000
0x0006 3FFF
Block 2 SRAM
0x0006 4000
0x0006 FFFF
Reserved
0x0007 0000
0x0007 3FFF
Block 3 SRAM
0x0007 4000
0x0007 FFFF
Reserved
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Table 1-2. EZ-Board External (Interface-Accessible) Memory Map
Start Address
End Address
Content
0x0020 0000
0x009F FFFF
SDRAM (MS0)
0x0400 0000
0x043F FFFF
Flash memory (MS1)
0x0800 0000
0x0C00 0000
0x08FF FFFF
0x0BFF FFFF
Unused chip select (MS2) for non-SDRAM addresses
Unused chip select (MS2) for SDRAM addresses
0x0C00 0000
0x0C00 0000
0x0C0F FFFF
0x0C07 FFFF
SRAM (MS3) for 16-bit address space
SRAM (MS3) for 32-bit address space
SDRAM Interface
The ADSP-21479 processor connects to a 32 MB Micron
MT48LC16M16A2P-6A chip through the SDRAM controller. The
SDRAM memory controller on the processor and SDRAM memory chip
are powered by the on-board 3.3V regulator. The SDRAM controller and
memory on the EZ-Board can operate at a maximum clock frequency of
133 MHz.
With a CCES or 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, do one of the
following:
• CCES users, choose Target > Settings > Target Options and clear
the Use XML reset values check box.
• VisualDSP++ users, choose Settings > Target Options and clear
the Use XML reset values check box.
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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 online help for “reset values”.
SRAM Interface
The board has a 1M x 16-bit flash memory connected to the processor’s
asynchronous memory interface (AMI). The SRAM can be accessed via
the asynchronous memory select 3 pin. It allows access to 16 bits of data
and interfaces to address line 0 through 19 of the processor.
An example program is included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to setup and access the SRAM interface. For more information on how to initialize the registers after a reset, search the online
help for “reset values”.
Parallel Flash Memory Interface
The parallel flash memory interface of the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board contains a 4 MB (4M x 8 bits) Numonyx M29W320EB chip. Flash memory
is connected to the 8-bit data bus and address lines 0 through 21. Chip
enable is decoded by the MS1 select line (default) through switch SW13
position 2. See “External Port Enable Switch (SW13)” on page 2-12. The
address range for flash memory is 0x0400 0000 to 0x043F FFFF.
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 1-27.
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By default, the EZ-Board boots from the 8-bit parallel flash memory. The
processor boots from flash memory if the boot mode select switch (SW4) is
set to position 2; see “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4)” on page 2-10.
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.
SPI Interface
The ADSP-21479 processor has two SPI ports, which can be accessed via
the digital peripheral interface (DPI) pins.
The SPI flash memory, a 16 Mb ST M25P16 device, connects to the SPI
port of the processor and designates:
• DPI pin 5 (DPI_P5) as a chip select
• DPI pin 3 (DPI_P3) as the SPI clock
• DPI pin 1 (DPI_P1) as the master out slave in (MOSI) pin
• DPI pin 2 (DPI_P2) as the master in slave out (MISO) pin
The same SPI port and DPI pins are connected to the serial flash memory
and audio codec via switch SW3. See “DPI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW3)” on
page 2-9. The DPI pins also are available on the expansion interface II.
By default, the EZ-Board boots from the 8-bit flash parallel memory. SPI
flash can be selected as the boot source by setting the boot mode select
switch (SW4) to position 1. See “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4)” on
page 2-10.
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The audio codec is set up to use DPI pin 4 as the SPI chip select. For more
information, refer to “Audio Interface” on page 1-20.
Watch Dog Timer Interface
The ADSP-21479 processor includes a 32-bit watch dog timer (WDT)
that can be used to implement a software watch dog function. A software
watch dog can improve system reliability by forcing the processor to a
known state through generation of a system reset if the timer expires
before being reloaded by software. Software initializes the count value of
the timer and then enables the timer.
The watch dog timer resets both the core and internal peripherals. After
an external reset, the WDT must be disabled by default. Software must be
able to determine if the watch dog has been the source of the hardware
reset by interrogating a status bit in the watch dog timer control register.
Be default, the watch timer interface is turned off. In order to use the feature, a user needs to turn switch SW13 position 8 ON. SW13 connects the
watch dog reset out pin to the ADM708 system reset circuit. See “External
Port Enable Switch (SW13)” on page 2-12. Special attention must be paid
to this function because it can cause the processor and EZ-Board to
remain in a permanent reset.
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate watch dog timer functionality.
Real-Time Clock Interface
The real-time clock (RTC) of the ADSP-21479 processor provides a
robust set of digital watch features, including current time, stopwatch, and
alarm. The RTC is clocked by a 32.768 kHz crystal external to the processor. The RTC peripheral has dedicated power supply pins so that it can
remain powered up and clocked even when the rest of the processor is in a
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low power state. The RTC provides several programmable interrupt
options, including interrupt per second, minute, hour, or day clock ticks,
interrupt on programmable stopwatch countdown, or interrupt at a programmed alarm time. An RTCLKOUT signal that operates at 1 Hz is also
provided for calibration.
The 32.768 kHz input clock frequency is divided down to a 1 Hz signal
by a prescaler. The counter function of the timer consists of four counters:
a 60-second counter, a 60-minute counter, a 24-hour counter, and an
32,768-day counter. When the alarm interrupt is enabled, the alarm function generates an interrupt when the output of the timer matches the
programmed value in the alarm control register. There are two alarms:
The first alarm is for a time of day. The second alarm is for a day and time
of that day.
The stopwatch function counts down from a programmed value, with
one-second resolution. When the stopwatch interrupt is enabled and the
counter underflows, an interrupt is generated.
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate RTC functionality.
Shift Register Interface
The shift register (SR) of the ADSP-21479 processor can be used as a
serial to parallel data converter. The shift register module consists of an
18-stage serial shift register, 18-bit latch, and three-state output buffers.
The shift register and latch have separate clocks. Data is shifted into the
serial shift register on the positive-going transitions of the shift register
serial clock (SR_SCLK) input. The data in each flip-flop is transferred to the
respective latch on a positive-going transition of the shift register latch
clock (SR_LAT) input.
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The shift register’s signals can be configured as follows.
• The SR_SCLK can come from any of the SPORT0–7 SCLK outputs,
PCGA/B clock, any of the DAI pins (1–8), and one dedicated pin
(SR_SCLK).
• The SR_LAT can come from any of SPORT0–7 frame sync outputs,
PCGA/B frame sync, any of the DAI pins (1–8), and one dedicated
pin (SR_LAT).
• The SR_SDI input can from any of SPORT0–7 serial data outputs,
any of the DAI pins (1–8), and one dedicated pin (SR_SDI).
Note that the SR_SCLK, SR_LAT, and SR_SDI inputs must come from the
same source, except in case of where SR_SCLK comes from PCGA/B or
SR_SCLK and SR_LAT come from PCGA/B.
If SR_SCLK comes from PCGA/B, then SPORT0–7 generate SR_LAT and
SR_SDI signals. If SR_SCLK and SR_LAT come from PCGA/B, then SPORT0–7
generate SR_SDI signal.
Access to the shift register of the processor is available via the shift register
interface connector (P4). Users can use a standard 2 mm ribbon cable if
they require off-board capabilities. For more information, see “Shift Register Interface Connector (P4)” on page 2-27.
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S/PDIF Interface
S/PDIF Interface
The ADSP-21479 processor has a built-in S/PDIF transmitter and
receiver for digital audio applications. The EZ-Board supports the S/PDIF
interface and brings out both the transmitter and receiver via RCA
connectors J6 and J7, respectively. The S/PDIF’s in and out pins are connected by DAI pins via switches SW1 and SW7:
• DAI pin 1 (DAI_P1) as SPDIF_OUT
• DAI pin 18 (DPI_P18) as SPDIF_IN
and SW7 can be turned OFF to disconnect the DAI pins from the RCA
connectors if the pins are used on the expansion II interface. See “DAI [1–
8] Enable Switch (SW1)” on page 2-8 and “DAI [17–20] Enable Switch
(SW7)” on page 2-11 for more information.
SW1
Audio Interface
The AD1939 device is a high-performance, single-chip codec featuring
eight digital-to-analog converters (DACs) for audio output and four analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) for audio input. This translates to four
stereo channels of audio out and two stereo channels of audio in.
The codec can input and output data at a sample rate of up to 192 kHz on
all channels.
The analog audio channels are available via single-ended RCA connectors
(J4 and J5) or differential DB25 connectors (P8 and P9). By default, the
EZ-Board is shipped with the RCA connectors used by the AD1939 codec
for audio in and out. To use the differential connectors, change DIP
switches SW15–18. A standard, off the shelf DB25 connector to XLR cables
is required to operate in this mode.
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For more information, see “Audio In1 Left Selection Switch (SW15)” on
page 2-14 through “Audio In2 Left Selection Switch (SW18)” on
page 2-16, and “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1.
The processor interfaces with the codec via DAI and DPI pins. The DAI
pins can be configured to transfer serial data from the codec in Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) or Integrated Interchip Sound (I2S) mode. See
“DAI Interface” on page 2-3 for more information about the AD1939
connection to the DAI. The DPI interface pins can be configured to use
the SPI interface of the processor to set up the codec’s control registers.
See “DPI Interface” on page 2-4 for more information about the AD1939
connection to the DPI.
The master input clock (MCLK) of the codec is generated by the on-board
12.288 MHz oscillator. The internal PLL of the codec is used to generate
varying sample rates. The codec can be set up for 48 KHz, 96 KHz, or
192 KHz frequencies. The codec can run at these frequencies in both
TDM and I2S modes with all ADCs inputs and DACs outputs. To run
192 KHz with all ADCs and DACs in TDM mode, the codec must run in
dual-line TDM mode.
For information on how to configure the multi-channel codec, refer to the
product datasheet at www.analog.com/AD1939.
The EZ-Board is connected to the AD1939 codec in master mode. The
internal PLL drives the ABCLK and ALRCLK clock signals out. Both clocks
are driven back to the codec’s DBCLK and DLRCLK pins via the R257 and R258
resistors. The ABCLK and ALRCLK clocks that are driven by the codec also
connect to the processor’s serial ports via the DAI pins. Resistors R262 and
R263 are used to feed the bit clock and frame sync signals of the processor’s
serial ports. Connecting the codec in this manner enables a flexible audio
sample rate and allows the processor to run at the maximum core
frequency.
The audio interface also has a 3.5 mm connector (J8) for headphones. The
headphones share the output with the external DAC5 and DAC6 circuits of
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the analog audio interface. Switch SW23 must be enabled for the headphones. A volume control potentiometer (R493) is used to increase or
decrease the headphone’s volume. For more information, see “Headphone
Enable Switch (SW23)” on page 2-18.
Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate how to configure and use the board’s analog audio interface.
The DAI and DPI pins going to the AD1939 device can be disabled, then
used again on the expansion II interface. Refer to “DAI Interface” on
page 2-3 and “DPI Interface” on page 2-4 for more information about the
DAI and DPI switches.
UART Interface
The ADSP-21479 processor features a built-in universal asynchronous
receiver and transmitter (UART). The UART interface supports full
RS-232 functionality via the Analog Devices 3.3V ADM3202 line driver
and receiver (U8). The UART signals are available on the EZ-Board via a
DIP switch (SW14). The UART signals routed through the DIP switch can
be disconnected from the respective DPI interface and used on the expansion II interface. The following DPI pins are used for the RS-232
interface.
• DPI pin 9 (DPI_P9) as UART_TX
• DPI pin 10 (DPI_P10) as UART_RX
• DPI pin 11 (DPI_P11) as UART_RTS
• DPI pin 12 (DPI_P12) as UART_CTS
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Example programs are included in the EZ-Board installation directory to
demonstrate UART and RS-232 operations.
For more information about the UART interface, refer to the
ADSP-214xx SHARC Processor Hardware Reference.
LEDs and Push Buttons
The EZ-Board has eight general-purpose user LEDs connected directly to
the processor, one EZ-Board power LED, and one board reset LED. The
EZ-board also has five push buttons: four general-purpose push buttons
connected directly to the processor and one push button for a board reset.
Table 1-3 summarizes LED connections to the processor. To use the
LEDs connected to DAI or DPI, configure the respective registers of the
processor. For more information, refer to the ADSP-214xx SHARC Processor Hardware Reference.
Table 1-3. LED Connections
LED Reference Designator
Processor Pin
Connected via Switch
LED1
DPI_P6
SW3.6
LED2
DPI_P13
SW14.5
LED3
DPI_P14
SW14.6
LED4
DAI_P3
SW1.3
LED5
DAI_P4
SW1.4
LED6
DAI_P15
SW2.7
LED7
DAI_P16
SW2.8
LED8
DAI_P17
SW7.1
Two general-purpose push buttons are attached to the flag pins of the processor, while the other two are attached to the DAI pins. All of the push
buttons and LEDs are connected to the processor through DIP switches.
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The DIP switches can disconnect the processor pins, which in turn are
connected to the push buttons and LEDs. See the respective switch section
in “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Hardware Reference” on page 2-1.
The state of the push buttons connected to the flag pins can be determined by reading the FLAG register. The push buttons connected to the
DAI pins must be configured as interrupts. It is necessary to set up an
interrupt routine to determine each pin’s state. Table 1-3 shows the push
button and processor connections.
Table 1-4. Push Button Connections
PB Reference Designator
Processor Pin
Connected via Switch
SW8 (PB1)
FLAG1/IRQ1
SW13.4
SW9 (PB2)
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
SW13.5
SW10 (PB3)
DAI_P19
SW7.3
SW11 (PB4)
DAI_P20
SW7.4
An example program is included in the ADSP-21479 installation directory
to demonstrate functionality of the LEDs and push buttons.
JTAG Interface
The JTAG connector (P1) allows the standalone debug agent module to
connect a debug session to the ADSP-21479 processor. The debug agent
operates only when the external 5V wall adaptor (P5) is used.
The standalone debug agent can be replaced by an external emulator, such
as the Analog Devices high-performance USB-based emulator. Be careful
not to damage the connectors when removing the debug agent. The emulator is connected to P1 on the back side of the board. See “CCES Install
and Session Startup” on page 1-5 or “VisualDSP++ Install and Session
Startup” on page 1-9 for more information.
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The ADSP-21479 EZ-Board can be set up as a single- or multi-processor
system. By default, the board is set up in single-processor mode. In
single-processor mode, create a session based on a standalone debug agent
or an external emulator. To use the EZ-Board in multi-processor mode,
install an external emulator. Only one external emulator is required for
the main EZ-Board; other EZ-Boards in the JTAG chain do not require
an emulator. In this mode, create a platform based on the number of
JTAG devices in the JTAG chain using the VisualDSP++ Configurator.
Then create a session in VisualDSP++ based on the newly created platform. For multiprocessor mode under CCES, create a platform based on
the number of JTAG devices in the JTAG chain using the Target Configurator. Then create a Debug Configuration in CCES based on the newly
created platform.
For a dual ADSP-21479 EZ-Board session, connect two EZ-Boards via
connectors J3 and P10. Flip one of the two EZ-Boards by 180 degrees to
allow the boards to mate. To switch between single- and multi-processor
modes, use DIP switches SW19–22. For more information, see “JTAG
Switches (SW19–22)” on page 2-16.
For three or more ADSP-21479 EZ-Board sessions, connect each of the
EZ-Board with JTAG cables. The cables connect JTAG pins of each
EZ-Board. By using the cables, you put the EZ-Board in a JTAG serial
chain. For three EZ-Boards, three JTAG cables are required. Similarly, for
four EZ-Boards, four JTAG cables are required. Note that each respective
EZ-board also requires its own power supply.
Part numbers for Samtec standard, off the shelf link port cables can be
found in “MP JTAG Out Connector (P10)” on page 2-29.
For more information about emulators, contact Analog Devices or go to
http://www.analog.com/processors/tools/sharc.
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Expansion Interface II
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 with identical expansion interfaces.
The expansion interface II implemented on the ADSP-21479 EZ-Board
consists of two connectors: a 0.1 in. shrouded header (P2) and a Samtec
QMS series header (J1). The connectors contain a majority of the
ADSP-21479 processor’s signals.
For pinout information, go to “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic” on
page B-1. The mechanical dimensions of the expansion connectors can be
obtained by contacting Technical Support.
For more information about daughter boards, visit the Analog Devices
Web site at http://www.analog.com/processors/tools/sharc.
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
 Analog
effects of additional circuitry.
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Power Measurements
Several locations are provided for measuring the current draw from various power planes. Precision 0.05 ohm shunt resistors are available on the
VDDRTC, VDDEXT, and VDDINT voltage domains. The associated
jumper on connectors P3, P6, or P7 must be removed to measure current
draw. Once the jumper is removed, voltage across the resistor can be measured using an oscilloscope. Once voltage is measured, current can be
calculated by dividing voltage by 0.05. For the highest accuracy, a differential probe should be used for measuring voltage across the resistor.
For more information, see “VDDRTC Power Connector (P3)” on
page 2-27, “VDDEXT Power Connector (P6)” on page 2-28, and
“VDDINT Power Connector (P7)” on page 2-28.
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 their 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 for reference in custom software designs or hardware troubleshooting. Note that the source code for the POST program is included in the
installation directory along with the readme file, which describes how the
EZ-board is configured to run a POST.
 The POST program is only available when using VisualDSP++.
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Example Programs
Example Programs
Example programs are provided with the ADSP-21479 EZ-KIT Lite to
demonstrate various capabilities of the product. The programs are
included in the product installation kit and can be found in the Examples
folder of the installation. Refer to a readme file provided with each example for more information.
CCES users are encouraged to use the example browser to find examples
included with the EZ-KIT Lite Board Support Package.
Board Design Database
A .zip file containing all of the electronic information required for the
design, layout, fabrication and assembly of the product is available for
download from the Analog Devices board design database at:
http://www.analog.com/sharc-board-design-database.
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HARDWARE REFERENCE
This chapter describes the hardware design of the ADSP-21479
EZ-Board.
The following topics are covered.
• “System Architecture” on page 2-2
Describes the board’s configuration and explains how the board
components interface with the processor.
• “Flags and Memory Selects” on page 2-5
Shows the locations and describes the DAI pins, DPI pins, general
purpose flags, and asynchronous memory select lines.
• “Push Buttons and Switches” on page 2-7
Shows the locations and describes the push buttons and switches.
• “Jumpers” on page 2-19
Shows the locations and describes the configuration jumpers.
• “LEDs” on page 2-21
Shows the locations and describes the LEDs.
• “Connectors” on page 2-23
Shows the locations and provides part numbers for the on-board
connectors. In addition, the manufacturer and part number information is provided for the mating parts.
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System Architecture
This section describes the processor’s configuration on the EZ-Board
(Figure 2-1).
2 MB
SRAM
32 MB
SDRAM
4 MB
Flash
(1M x 16)
(16Mb x 16)
(4M x 16 )
3.0 LI-ION
RTC Battery
32.768KHz
Oscillator
3.3V
Jumper
Ext. Port
16.625 MHz
Oscillator
CLK
WDT
DSP
Reset
SR
Header
SR
ADM708
Reset
Supervisor
RTC
ADSP-21479
Processor
266 MHz
196-BGA
SPDIF
CIRC
DAI
DPI
JTAG
Port
SPDIF
IN
MP
JTAG
OUT
MP
JTAG
IN
SPDIF
OUT
PBs/
LEDs
AD1939
CODEC
Mic
In
Aud
In
(4)
Head
Out
SPI
Flash
16Mb
Aud
Out
(8)
Stand
Alone
Debug
Agent
ADM3202
RS232
CONN
JTAG
CONN
DAI
DPI
Sharc Expansion Interface II.
DAI = 0.1" Header
DPI = 0.1" Header
Ext. Port = High Speed Conn.
5V
PWR
IN
Power
Regulation
3.3V (Adjustable)
1.2V (Adjustable)
AMI
Figure 2-1. EZ-Board Block Diagram
The EZ-Board is designed to demonstrate the ADSP-21479 SHARC processor capabilities. The processor runs at 266 MHz and has an I/O voltage
of 3.3V. The core voltage of the processor is 1.2V.
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The input clock is 16.625 MHz. The default boot mode of the processor
is external parallel flash boot. See “Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4)” on
page 2-10 for information on how to change the default boot mode.
DAI Interface
The digital application interface (DAI) pins are connected to the signal
routing unit (SRU) of the processor. The SRU is a flexible routing system
providing a large system of signal flows within the processor. The SRU
allows you to route the DAI pins to different internal peripherals in various combinations.
The DAI connects various peripherals on the EZ-Board. Table 2-1 shows
the DAI pin names, associated peripheral and net names, switch designators through which the pins are connected to the peripherals, and default
switch settings.
Table 2-1. DAI Connections
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Connected via
Switch
Switch Setting
(Default)
DAI_P1
S/PDIF
SPDIF_OUT
SW1.1
ON
DAI_P2
AD1939
SOFT_RESET
SW1.2
ON
DAI_P3
LEDs
LED4
SW1.3
ON
DAI_P4
LEDs
LED5
SW1.4
ON
DAI_P5
AD1939
ASDATA1
SW1.5
ON
DAI_P6
AD1939
ASDATA2
SW1.6
ON
DAI_P7
AD1939
ABCLK
SW1.7
ON
DAI_P8
AD1939
ALRCLK
SW1.8
ON
DAI_P9
AD1939
DSDATA4
SW2.1
ON
DAI_P10
AD1939
DSDATA3
SW2.2
ON
DAI_P11
AD1939
DSDATA2
SW2.3
ON
DAI_P12
AD1939
DSDATA1
SW2.4
ON
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Table 2-1. DAI Connections (Cont’d)
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Connected via
Switch
Switch Setting
(Default)
DAI_P13
AD1939
DBCLK
SW2.5
OFF
DAI_P14
AD1939
DLRCLK
SW2.6
OFF
DAI_P15
LEDs
LED6
SW2.7
ON
DAI_P16
LEDs
LED7
SW2.8
ON
DAI_P17
LEDs
LED8
SW7.1
ON
DAI_P18
S/PDIF
SPDIF_IN
SW7.2
ON
DAI_P19
Push buttons
PB3
SW7.3
ON
DAI_P20
Push buttons
PB4
SW7.4
ON
To use the DAI on the expansion II interface, disable any signal driving a
DAI pin with the associated switch. The pinout of the expansion connectors can be found in “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1.
DPI Interface
The digital peripheral interface (DPI) pins are connected to a second signal routing unit of the processor (SRU2). The SRU2 unit, similar to the
SRU, is a flexible routing system providing a large system of signal flows
within the processor. The SRU2 allows you to route the DPI pins to different internal peripherals in various combinations.
The DPI connects various peripherals on the EZ-Board. Table 2-2 shows
the DPI pin names, associated peripheral and net names, switch designators through which the pins are connected to the peripherals, and default
switch settings.
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Table 2-2. DPI Connections
DPI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Connected via
Switch
Switch Setting
(Default)
DPI_P1
SPI memory/
AD1939
SPI_MOSI
SW3.1
ON
DPI_P2
SPI memory/
AD1939
SPI_MISO
SW3.2
ON
DPI_P3
SPI memory/
AD1939
SPI_CLK
SW3.3
ON
DPI_P4
AD1939
AD1939_CS
SW3.4
ON
DPI_P5
SPI memory
SPI_CS
SW3.5
ON
DPI_P6
LEDs
LED1
SW3.6
ON
DPI_P7
Internal testing
Not used
SW3.7
OFF
DPI_P8
Not used
Not used
SW3.8
OFF
DPI_P9
UART
UART_TX
SW14.1
ON
DPI_P10
UART
UART_RX
SW14.2
ON
DPI_P11
UART
UART_RTS
SW14.3
OFF
DPI_P12
UART
UART_CTS
SW14.4
OFF
DPI_P13
UART
LED2
SW14.5
ON
DPI_P14
UART
LED3
SW14.6
ON
To use the DPI on the expansion II interface, disable any signal driving a
DPI pin with the associated switch. The pinout of the expansion connectors can be found in “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1.
Flags and Memory Selects
The processor has four asynchronous memory selects, four flag pins, three
interrupt request pins, and one timer expired pin. All flag/memory pins
are multi-functional and depend on the ADSP-21479 processor setup.
Table 2-3 shows the pin names, corresponding peripheral and net names,
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Flags and Memory Selects
switch designators through which the pins are connected to the peripherals, and default switch settings.
To use the flags or memory selects on the expansion II interface, disable
any signal driving a flag or memory pin with the associated switch. The
pinout of the expansion connectors can be found in “ADSP-21479
EZ-Board Schematic” on page B-1.
Table 2-3. Flags and Memory Select Connections
2-6
Flag/Memory Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Connected via
Switch
Switch
Setting
(Default)
MS0
SDRAM
SDRAM_CS
SW13.1
ON
MS1
Parallel flash memory
FLASH_CS
SW13.2
ON
FLAG1/IRQ1
Push buttons
PB1
SW13.3
ON
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
Push buttons
PB2
SW13.4
ON
FLAG3/MS3
SRAM
SRAM_CS
SW13.5
ON
WDTRSTO_Z
Reset Supervisory IC
WDTRSTO
SW13.6
OFF
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Push Buttons and Switches
This section describes operation of the push buttons and switches. The
push button and switch locations are shown in Figure 2-2.
Figure 2-2. Push Button and Switch Locations
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DAI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW1)
The DAI [1–8] enable switch (SW1) disconnects DAI pins one through
eight on the processor from the associated peripherals on the EZ-Board
and allows the DAI signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See
Table 2-4.
Table 2-4. DAI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW1)
SW1 Position
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Switch Setting
(Default)
SW1.1
DAI_P1
S/PDIF
SPDIF_OUT
ON
SW1.2
DAI_P2
AD1939
AD1939_SOFT_RESET
ON
SW1.3
DAI_P3
LEDs
LED4
ON
SW1.4
DAI_P4
LEDs
LED5
ON
SW1.5
DAI_P5
AD1939
ASDATA1
ON
SW1.6
DAI_P6
AD1939
ASDATA2
ON
SW1.7
DAI_P7
AD1939
ABCLK
ON
SW1.8
DAI_P8
AD1939
ALRCLK
ON
DAI [9–16] Enable Switch (SW2)
The DAI [9–16] enable switch (SW2) disconnects DAI pins nine
through 16 on the processor from the associated peripherals on the
EZ-Board and allows the DAI signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See Table 2-5.
Table 2-5. DAI [9–16] Enable Switch (SW2)
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SW2 Position
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Switch Setting
(Default)
SW2.1
DAI_P9
AD1939
DSDATA4
ON
SW2.2
DAI_P10
AD1939
DSDATA3
ON
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Table 2-5. DAI [9–16] Enable Switch (SW2) (Cont’d)
SW2 Position
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Switch Setting
(Default)
SW2.3
DAI_P11
AD1939
DSDATA2
ON
SW2.4
DAI_P12
AD1939
DSDATA1
ON
SW2.5
DAI_P13
AD1939
DBCLK
OFF
SW2.6
DAI_P14
AD1939
DLRCLK
OFF
SW2.7
DAI_P15
LEDs
LED6
ON
SW2.8
DAI_P16
LEDs
LED7
ON
DPI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW3)
The DPI [1–8] enable switch (SW3) disconnects DPI pins one through
eight on the processor from the associated peripherals on the EZ-Board
and allows the DPI signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See
Table 2-6.
Table 2-6. DPI [1–8] Enable Switch (SW3)
SW3 Position
DPI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Switch Setting
(Default)
SW3.1
DPI_P1
SPI memory
AD1939
SPI_MOSI
ON
SW3.2
DPI_P2
SPI memory
AD1939
SPI_MISO
ON
SW3.3
DPI_P3
SPI memory
AD1939
SPI_CLK
ON
SW3.4
DPI_P4
AD1939
AD1939_CS
ON
SW3.5
DPI_P5
SPI memory
SPI_CS
ON
SW3.6
DPI_P6
LEDs
LED1
ON
SW3.7
DPI_P7
Internal testing
Not used
OFF
SW3.8
DPI_P8
Not used
Not used
OFF
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Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4)
The boot mode select switch (SW4) determines the boot mode of the processor. Table 2-7 shows the available boot mode settings. By default, the
processor boots from the on-board parallel flash memory.
The selected position of SW4 is marked by the notch down the entire rotating portion of the switch, not the small arrow.
Table 2-7. Boot Mode Select Switch (SW4)
SW4 Position
Processor Boot Mode
0
SPI slave boot
1
Boot from SPI flash memory (SPI master boot)
2
Boot from 8-bit external parallel flash memory (default)
3
Reserved
4
Reserved
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
Reserved
DSP Clock Configuration Switch (SW5)
The clock configuration switch (SW5) controls the core frequency of the
processor at power up. The core to clock-in ratio is multiplied by the
16.625 MHz oscillator (U42) to produce the power up core frequency.
Table 2-8 shows the switch settings.
The core clock frequency can be increased or decreased via software by
writing to the PMCTL register. For more information on changing the core
clock frequency and other settings, refer to the ADSP-214xx SHARC Processor Hardware Reference.
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Table 2-8. Processor Clock Configuration Switch (SW5)
Position 1
CLKCFG0
Position 2
CLKCFG0
Clock Ratio
Core: Clock
ON
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
32:1
OFF
ON
16:1 (default)
OFF
OFF
8:1
DAI [17–20] Enable Switch (SW7)
The DAI [17–20] enable switch (SW7) disconnects DAI pins 17 through
20 on the processor from the associated peripherals on the EZ-Board and
allows the DAI signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See
Table 2-9.
Table 2-9. DAI [17–20] Enable Switch (SW7)
SW7 Position
DAI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net
Switch Setting
(Default)
SW7.1
DAI_P17
LEDs
LED8
ON
SW7.2
DAI_P18
S/PDIF
SPDIF_IN
ON
SW7.3
DAI_P19
Push buttons
PB3
ON
SW7.4
DAI_P20
Push buttons
PB4
ON
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Programmable Flag Push Buttons (SW8–11)
Four momentary push buttons (SW8–11) are provided for general-purpose
user input. The buttons are connected to the GPIO pins of the processor.
The push buttons are active high and, when pressed, send a high (1) to the
processor. Switches SW7 and SW13 disconnect the push buttons from the
responding signals. Refer to “DAI [17–20] Enable Switch (SW7)” on
page 2-11 and “External Port Enable Switch (SW13)” on page 2-12 for
more information.
Reset Push Button (SW12)
The reset push button (SW12) resets the following ICs:
• ADSP-21479 processor (U1)
• AD1939 audio codec (U19)
• Parallel flash memory (U4)
The reset also is linked to the expansion II interface; any daughter card
connected to the expansion interface that requires a reset can use SW12.
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.
External Port Enable Switch (SW13)
The external port enable switch (SW13) disconnects the control pins of the
processor from the associated peripherals on the EZ-Board and allows the
respective control signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See
Table 2-10.
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Table 2-10. External Port Enable Switch (SW13)
SW13
Position
Processor Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net Switch Setting
(Default)
SW13.1
MS0
SDRAM
SDRAM_CS
ON
SW13.2
MS1
Parallel flash
memory
FLASH_CS
ON
SW13.3
FLAG1/IRQ1
Push buttons
PB1
ON
SW13.4
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
Push buttons
PB2
ON
SW13.5
FLAG3/MS3
SRAM
SRAM_CS
ON
SW13.6
WDTRSTO
(Watch Dog
Rest Out)
Reset Supervisory IC
WDTRSTO
OFF
DPI [9–14] Enable Switch (SW14)
The DPI [9–14] enable switch (SW14) disconnects DPI pins nine through
14 on the processors from the associated peripherals on the EZ-Board and
allows the DPI signals to be used on the expansion II interface. See
Table 2-11.
Table 2-11. DPI [9–14] Enable Switch (SW14)
SW14
Position
DPI Pin
Peripheral
Peripheral Net Switch Setting
(Default)
SW14.1
DPI_P9
UART
UART_TX
ON
SW14.2
DPI_P10
UART
UART_RX
ON
SW14.3
DPI_P11
UART
UART_RTS
OFF
SW14.4
DPI_P12
UART
UART_CTS
OFF
SW14.5
DPI_P13
LEDs
LED2
ON
SW14.6
DPI_P14
LEDs
LED3
ON
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Audio In1 Left Selection Switch (SW15)
The audio selection switch (SW15) connects the left channel of the In1 line,
connected to the AD1939’s ADC1 circuit, to either the single-ended RCA
connectors or the differential DB25 connector. By default, SW15 is set up
to use the RCA connectors. To use the standard, off the shelf DB25 connector to XLR cables, change the switch to the differential setting. See
Table 2-12. For more information, see “Differential In/Out Connectors
(P8–9)” on page 2-28.
Table 2-12. Audio In1 Left Selection Switch (SW15)
SW15 Position
Single-Ended RCA IN (Default)
Differential DB25 IN (P8)
SW15.1
ON
OFF
SW15.2
OFF
ON
SW15.3
ON
OFF
SW15.4
OFF
ON
SW15.5
ON
OFF
SW15.6
OFF
ON
Audio In1 Right Selection Switch (SW16)
The audio selection switch (SW16) connects the right channel of the In1
line, connected to the AD1939’s ADC2 circuit, to either the single-ended
RCA connectors or the differential DB25 connector. By default, the
switch is set up to use the RCA connectors for audio in. To use the standard, off the shelf DB25 connector to XLR cables, change the switch to
the differential setting. See Table 2-13. For more information, see “Differential In/Out Connectors (P8–9)” on page 2-28.
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Table 2-13. Audio In1 Right Selection Switch (SW16)
SW16 Position
Single-Ended RCA IN (Default)
Differential DB25 IN (P8)
SW16.1
ON
OFF
SW16.2
OFF
ON
SW16.3
ON
OFF
SW16.4
OFF
ON
SW16.5
ON
OFF
SW16.6
OFF
ON
Audio In2 Right Selection Switch (SW17)
The audio selection switch (SW17) connects the right channel of the In2
line, connected to the AD1939’s ADC4 circuit, to either the single-ended
RCA connectors or the differential DB25 connector. By default, the
switch is set up to use the RCA connectors for audio in. To use the standard, off the shelf DB25 connector to XLR cables, change the switch to
the differential setting. See Table 2-14. For more information, see “Differential In/Out Connectors (P8–9)” on page 2-28.
Table 2-14. Audio In2 Right Selection Switch (SW17)
SW17 Position
Single Ended Use RCA IN (Default)
Differential DB25 IN (P8)
SW17.1
ON
OFF
SW17.2
OFF
ON
SW17.3
ON
OFF
SW17.4
OFF
ON
SW17.5
ON
OFF
SW17.6
OFF
ON
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Audio In2 Left Selection Switch (SW18)
The audio selection switch (SW18) connects the left channel of the In2 line,
connected to the AD1939’s ADC3 circuit, to either the single-ended RCA
connectors or the differential DB25 connector. By default, the switch is
set up to use the RCA connectors for audio in. To use the standard, off
the shelf DB25 connector to XLR cables, change the switch to the
differential setting. See Table 2-15. For more information, see “Differential In/Out Connectors (P8–9)” on page 2-28.
Table 2-15. Audio In2 Left Selection Switch (SW18)
SW18 Position
Single Ended RCA IN (Default)
Differential DB25 IN (P8)
SW18.1
ON
OFF
SW18.2
OFF
ON
SW18.3
ON
OFF
SW18.4
OFF
ON
SW18.5
ON
OFF
SW18.6
OFF
ON
JTAG Switches (SW19–22)
The JTAG switches (SW19, SW20, SW21, and SW22) select between a single-processor (one EZ-Board) and multi-processor (more than one
EZ-Board) configurations. By default, the four DIP switches are set up for
a single EZ-Board configuration. See Table 2-16.
The default configuration applies to either a debug agent or an external
emulator, such as the Analog Devices high-performance USB-based emulator (HP-USB ICE for short). To use an external emulator and multiple
EZ-Boards simultaneously in one multi-processor session, set up the
boards as shown in Table 2-17. Attach the boards to each other via connectors J3 and P10.
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For two EZ-Boards, no external cables are required. For three or more
EZ-Boards, obtain Samtec JTAG cables described in “MP JTAG Connector (J3)” on page 2-24 and “MP JTAG Out Connector (P10)” on
page 2-29.
Table 2-16. Single-Processor Configuration
Switch Position
Single EZ-Board Use (Default)
SW19.1
ON
SW19.2
OFF
SW19.3
ON
SW19.4
OFF
SW19.5
ON
SW19.6
OFF
SW19.7
ON
SW19.8
OFF
SW20.1
ON
SW20.2
OFF
SW21.1
ON
SW21.2
OFF
SW22.1
OFF
SW22.2
OFF
Table 2-17. Multiple-Processor Configuration
Switch Position
Main EZ-Board
Attached to Emulator
EZ-Board(s)
Not Attached to Emulator
SW19.1
ON
OFF
SW19.2
ON
ON
SW19.3
ON
OFF
SW19.4
ON
ON
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Table 2-17. Multiple-Processor Configuration (Cont’d)
Switch Position
Main EZ-Board
Attached to Emulator
EZ-Board(s)
Not Attached to Emulator
SW19.5
ON
OFF
SW19.6
ON
ON
SW19.7
ON
OFF
SW19.8
ON
ON
SW20.1
ON
OFF
SW20.2
OFF
OFF
SW21.1
OFF
OFF
SW21.2
ON
ON
SW22.1
OFF
ON
SW22.2
ON
OFF
Headphone Enable Switch (SW23)
The headphone enable switch (SW23) connects the AD1939’s OUT3 circuit
to the 3.5 mm headphone connector (J8). By default, the headphone
enable switch is disabled. To use the headphones, set SW23 to all ON. For
more information, see “Headphone Out Connector (J8)” on page 2-26.
Audio Loopback Switches (SW24–25)
The audio loopback switches (SW24 and SW25) are used for testing only.
The switches loop back any analog signal generated from the AD1939’s
digital-to-analog converter (DAC) circuit to analog-to-digital converter
(ADC) circuit.
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Jumpers
This section describes functionality of the configuration jumpers.
Figure 2-3 shows the jumper locations.
Figure 2-3. Configuration Jumper Locations
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Jumpers
Flash WP Jumper (JP1)
The flash WP jumper (JP1) write-protects block 0 of the parallel flash
chip. Block 0 is located at address range 0x0400 0000–0x0400 1FFF. The
POST begins at block 0 and continues on to other blocks in flash memory. When the jumper is installed on JP1, and the parallel flash driver
from Analog Devices is used, block 0 is read-only. By default, JP1 is not
installed.
S/PDIF Loopback Jumper (JP2)
The S/PDIF loop back jumper ( JP2) is used for internal testing only. The
jumper loops back any digital audio signal from the S/PDIF’s Data Out
pin to the S/PDIF’s Data In pin. By default, JP2 is not installed.
UART RTS/CTS Jumper (JP3)
The UART RTS/CTS jumper (JP3) connects the RTS and CTS pins of the
RS-232 interface. By default, JP3 is installed.
UART Loopback Jumper (JP4)
The UART loop back jumper (JP4) is used for internal testing only. The
jumper loops back UART receive data from UART transmit data. By
default, JP4 is not installed.
DSP Audio Oscillator Jumper (JP5)
The processor audio oscillator jumper (JP5) connects a 24.576 MHz
oscillator to the DAI_P17 pin of the processor. The jumper can be used to
make the processor the master and the AD1939 device—the slave. By
default, JP5 is not installed, resulting in the AD1939 being the master,
and the processor being the slave.
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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 (LED1–8)
Eight LEDs (LED1–8) are connected to DAI and DPI pins of the processor.
See Table 2-18. The LEDs are active high and lit by writing a ‘1’ to the
correct DAI or DPI pin.
Table 2-18. GPIO LEDs
LED Reference Designator
Processor Pin
LED1
DPI_P6
LED2
DPI_P13
LED3
DPI_14
LED4
DAI_P3
LED5
DAI_P4
LED6
DAI_P15
LED7
DAI_P16
LED8
DAI_P17
Power LED (LED9)
When LED9 is lit solid, it indicates that the board is powered.
Reset LED (LED10)
When LED10 is lit, it indicates that a 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 (SW12) to assert a master
reset and activate LED10. The reset also is controlled by the watch dog reset
out pin of the processor. Switch SW13 position 8 must be enabled for the
watch dog reset. For more information, see “Watch Dog Timer Interface”
on page 1-17.
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Connectors
This section describes connector functionality and provides information
about mating connectors. The connector locations are shown in
Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-5. Connector Locations
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Connectors
Expansion Interface II Connector (J1)
is a board-to-board connector providing signals from the asynchronous
memory interface (AMI) of the processor. The connector is located on the
right edge of the board. For more information, see “Expansion Interface
II” on page 1-26. For availability and pricing of the connector, contact
Samtec.
J1
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
104-position 0.025”, SMT header
SAMTEC
QMS-052-06.75-L-D-A
Mating Connector
104-position 0.025”, SMT socket
SAMTEC
QFS-052-04.25-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
MP JTAG Connector (J3)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
ERF8 10 x 2, RA female
SAMTEC
ERF8-010-01-S-D-RA-L
Mating Cable
6” cable ERF8 to ERM8 10 x 2
2-24
SAMTEC
ERCD-010-06.00-TBL-SBR-1
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RCA Audio Connector (J4)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RCA 2 x 3
KYOYAKU ENT
WSP-256V1-09
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
6’ RCA audio cable
CABLESTOGO
03171
RCA Audio Connector (J5)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RCA 2 x 3
KYOYAKU ENT
WSP-256V1-09
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
6’ RCA audio cable
CABLESTOGO
03171
S/PDIF In Connector (J6)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RCA 1 x 1
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAN1X1U01X
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
6’ RCA audio cable
CABLESTOGO
03171
S/PDIF Out Connector (J7)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
RCA 1 x 1
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAN1X1U01X
Mating Cable (shipped with the EZ-Board)
6’ RCA audio cable
CABLESTOGO
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Headphone Out Connector (J8)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
3.5 mm stereo jack
CUI
SJ1-3525NG
Mating Headphones (shipped with the EZ-Board)
Stereo headphones
KOSS
151225 UR5
JTAG Connector (P1)
The P1 connector provides access to the JTAG signals of the ADSP-21479
processor. The standalone debug agent requires two connectors, P1 and
ZP1. Pin 3 is missing to provide keying. Pin 3 in the mating connector
must have a plug. For more information, see “JTAG Interface” on
page 1-24.
Remove the standalone debug agent when an emulator is used with the
EZ-Board. Follow the installation instructions provided in “CCES Install
and Session Startup” on page 1-5 or “VisualDSP++ Install and Session
Startup” on page 1-9, using P1 as the JTAG connection point.
Expansion Interface II Connector (P2)
is a board-to-board connector providing signals for the DAI and DPI
interfaces and GPIO signals of the processor. The connector is located on
the right edge of the board. For more information, see “Expansion Interface II” on page 1-26. For availability and pricing of the connectors,
contact Samtec.
P2
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
60-position 0.1”, SMT header
SAMTEC
TSSH-130-01-L-DV-A
Mating Connector
60-position 0.1”, SMT socket
2-26
SAMTEC
SSW-130-22-F-D-VS
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VDDRTC Power Connector (P3)
The VDDRTC power connector (P3) is used to measure the processor’s
I/O voltage and current. By default, P3 is ON, and the power flows through
the two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove the jumper on P3
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 1-27.
Shift Register Interface Connector (P4)
The shift register interface connector ( P4) provides signals for the shift
register interface of the processor. A user can use this connector to probe
the signals or can purchase a standard 2 mm ribbon cable if the signals are
needed off the board. For more information, refer to “Shift Register Interface” on page 1-18.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
2 mm 13 x 2 male
SAMTEC
ETMM-113-02-L-D-SM
Mating Cable
6” 2 mm cable 13 x 2
SAMTEC
TCSD-13-D-06.00-01
Power Connector (P5)
The power connector (P5) 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
GLOBTEK
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Connectors
VDDEXT Power Connector (P6)
The VDDEXT power connector (P6) is used to measure the processor’s I/O
voltage and current. By default, P6 is ON, and the power flows through the
two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove the jumper on P7 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 1-27.
VDDINT Power Connector (P7)
The VDDINT power connector (P7) is used to measure voltage and current
supplied to the processor core. By default, P7 is ON, and the power flows
through the two-pin IDC header. To measure power, remove the jumper
on P7 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 1-27.
Differential In/Out Connectors (P8–9)
The differential in and out connectors (P8–9) are intended for an evaluation of the AD1939 codec via XLR connectors. A standard, off the shelf
DB25 connector to XLR cables is required; the cable details can be found
in the following table.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
25-position DB25 socket
TYCO
1734350-2
Mating Cables
2-28
Snake (8)XLRF-25P 9.9’
HOSA
DTF-803
Snake (8)XLRM-25P 9.9’
HOSA
DTM-803
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MP JTAG Out Connector (P10)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
ERM8 10 x 2, RA male
SAMTEC
ERM8-010-01-S-D-RA
Mating Cable
6” cable ERF8 to ERM8 10 x 2
SAMTEC
ERCD-010-06.00-TBL-SBR-1
Standalone Debug Agent Connector (ZP1)
connects the standalone debug agent to the EZ-Board. The standalone
debug agent requires two connectors, ZP1 and P1. For more information,
see “JTAG Connector (P1)” on page 2-26.
ZP1
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A ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD BILL
OF MATERIALS
The bill of materials corresponds to “ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Schematic”
on page B-1.
Ref.
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
1
1
74LVC14A SOIC14
U14
TI
74LVC14AD
2
1
IDT74FCT3244AP
Y SSOP20
U17
IDT
IDT74FCT3244APYG
3
1
12.288MHZ
OSC003
U12
EPSON
SG-8002CA MP
4
1
32.768KHZ
OSC008
U7
EPSON
MC-156-32.7680KAA0:ROHS
5
4
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
U9,U13,U27,U41
TI
SN74LVC1G08DBVR
6
1
24.576MHZ
OSC003
U39
EPSON
SG-8002CA MP
7
1
SN65LVDS2D
SOIC8
U11
NATIONAL
SEMI
DS90LV018ATM
8
1
M25P16 SO8W
U6
NUMONYX
M25P16-VMW6G
9
2
SI7601DN ICS010
U15-16
VISHAY
SI7601DN
10
1
MT48LC16M16A2
TSOP54
U2
MICRON
MT48LC16M16A2P6A:D
11
1
IS61WV102416BL
L TSOP48
U3
ISSI
IS61WV102416BLL10TLI
12
1
2MHz OSC015
U40
MURATA
CSTCC2M00G56R0(2MHz)
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
13
1
16.625MHZ
OSC003
U42
EPSON
SG-8002CA-MPT
14
1
21479
M29W320EB “U4”
U4
NUMONYX
M29W320EB70ZE6E
15
1
ADM708SARZ
SOIC8
U18
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM708SARZ
16
1
ADM3202ARNZ
SOIC16
U8
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM3202ARNZ
17
1
ADSP-21479
BGA196
U1
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADSP-21479KBCZENG
18
2
ADP1864AUJZ
SOT23-6
VR2-3
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1864AUJZ-R7
19
1
ADP1710 TSOT5
VR1
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP1710AUJZ-R7
20
1
AD1939 LQFP64
U19
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD1939YSTZ
21
16
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
U20-26,U28-30,
U32-34,U36-38
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8652ARZ
22
1
AD8397
SOIC_N8_EP
U31
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8397ARDZ-REEL7
23
1
ADM1085 SC70_6
U35
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM1085AKSZ-REEL7
24
2
RCA 1X1 CON012
J6-7
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAN1X1U01X
25
5
MOMENTARY
SWT013
SW8-12
PANASONIC
EVQ-PAD04M
26
4
DIP8 SWT016
SW1-3,SW19
C&K
TDA08H0SB1
27
6
DIP6 SWT017
SW13-18
CTS
218-6LPST
28
3
DIP4 SWT018
SW7,SW24-25
ITT
TDA04HOSB1
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
29
1
DB9 9PIN
CON038
J2
NORCOMP
191-009-213-L-571
30
5
DIP2 SWT020
SW5,SW20-23
C&K
CKN9064-ND
31
3
IDC 2X1 IDC2X1
P3,P6-7
FCI
90726-402HLF
32
5
IDC 2X1 IDC2X1
JP1-5
FCI
90726-402HLF
33
2
IDC
2PIN_JUMPER_S
HORT
SJ2-3
DIGI-KEY
S9001-ND
34
1
3.5MM
STEREO_JACK
CON001
J8
DIGI-KEY
CP1-3525NG-ND
35
1
PWR.65MM
CON045
P5
DIG
CP1-023-ND
36
1
5A RESETABLE
FUS005
F1
MOUSER
650-RGEF500
37
1
QMS 52x2
QMS52x2_SMT
J1
SAMTEC
QMS-052-06.75-L-D-A
38
1
IDC 7x2
IDC7x2_SMTA
P1
SAMTEC
TSM-107-01-T-DV-A
39
1
BATT_HOLDER
16MM BATT_COI
J9
MEMORY
PROTECTI
BH600
40
1
ROTARY SWT027
SW4
COPAL
S-8110
41
2
RCA 2x3
CON_RCA_6B
J4-5
KYOYAKU
ENT.
WSP-256V1-09H
42
1
ERM8 10X2
ERM8_10X2_SMT
P10
SAMTEC
ERM8-010-01-S-D-RATR
43
1
ERF8 10X2
ERF8_10X2_SMT
J3
SAMTEC
ERF8-010-01-S-D-RA-L
44
2
DB25 25PIN
DB25F
P8-9
TYCO
1734350-2
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
45
1
IDC 30x2
IDC30X2_SMTA
P2
SAMTEC
TSSH-130-01-L-DV-A
46
1
2MM 13X2
13X2_2MM
P4
SAMTEC
ETMM-113-02-L-D-SM
47
8
YELLOW LED001
LED1-8
DIGI-KEY
P512TR-ND
48
2
22PF 50V 5% 0805
C262-263
AVX
08055A220JAT
49
2
0.22UF 25V 10%
0805
C126-127
AVX
08053C224KAT2A
50
1
0.1UF 50V 10%
0805
C123
AVX
08055C104KAT
51
1
600 100MHZ
200MA 0603
FER1
DIGI-KEY
490-1014-2-ND
52
2
600 100MHZ
500MA 1206
FER2-3
STEWARD
HZ1206B601R-10
53
2
10UF 16V 20%
CAP002
CT59-60
PANASONIC
EEE1CA100SR
54
1
190 100MHZ 5A
FER002
FER4
MURATA
DLW5BSN191SQ2
55
8
10UF 6.3V 10%
0805
C97-98,C100101,C254,C257,
C287-288
AVX
08056D106KAT2A
56
2
4.7UF 6.3V 10%
0805
C240,C246
AVX
08056D475KAT2A
57
32
0.1UF 10V 10%
0402
C53,C117-120,
C148,C151-152,
C160,C162,
C169-170,C178,
C188-189,C191,
C197,C199-200,
C211,C213-214,
C225,C227-228,
C264,C267-271,
C273
AVX
0402ZD104KAT2A
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
58
59
0.01UF 16V 10%
0402
C45-48,C50,C52,
C56-70,C74-79,
C81,C83-85,C99,
C121-122,C125,
C128-131,C136142,C266,C274282,C286,C291,
C294
AVX
0402YC103KAT2A
59
32
10K 1/16W 5%
0402
R99,R190,R196200,R202,R205206,R217,R224225,R233-239,
R256,R259-260,
R469,R494,
R504-507,R513514,R518
VISHAY
CRCW040210K0FKED
60
2
4.7K 1/16W 5%
0402
R185,R501
VISHAY
CRCW04024K70JNED
61
5
0 1/16W 5% 0402
R462,R485,R492,
R498,R509
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GE0R00X
62
3
22 1/16W 5% 0402
R1,R230,R521
PANASONIC
ERJ-2GEJ220X
63
11
33 1/16W 5% 0402
R201,R203,
R257-258,R261263,R495-496,
R503,R512
VISHAY
CRCW040233R0JNEA
64
1
100UF 10V 10% C
CT61
AVX
TPSC107K010R0075
65
1
1000PF 50V 5%
0402
C51
AVX
04025C102JAT2A
66
1
1A SK12
DO-214AA
D4
DIODES INC
B120B-13-F
67
1
107.0 1/10W 1%
0805
R228
DIGI-KEY
311-107CRTR-ND
68
1
249.0 1/10W 1%
0805
R227
DIGI-KEY
311-249CRTR-ND
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Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
69
2
0.1UF 16V
10%0603
C255-256
AVX
0603YC104KAT2A
70
2
1UF 16V 10% 0603
C260-261
KEMET
C0603C105K4PACTU
71
2
68PF 50V 5% 0603
C243,C249
AVX
06035A680JAT2A
72
2
470PF 50V 5%
0603
C242,C248
AVX
06033A471JAT2A
73
1
220UF 6.3V 20%
D2E
CT45
SANYO
10TPE220ML
74
10
330 1/10W 5%
0603
R248-255,R467468
VISHAY
CRCW0603330RJNEA
75
2
0 1/10W 5% 0603
R452,R458
PHYCOMP
232270296001L
76
4
10 1/10W 5% 0603
R244-247
VISHAY
CRCW060310R0JNEA
77
1
10.0K 1/16W 1%
0603
R231
DALE
CRCW060310K0FKEA
78
8
237.0 1/10W 1%
0603
R267,R272,R280,
R285,R293,
R298-299,R304
DIGI-KEY
311-237HRTR-ND
79
24
49.9K 1/10W 1%
0603
R265,R271,R282,
R284,R295,R297,
R300,R302,R310,
R336-337,R343344,R363-364,
R369,R378,
R397-398,R403,
R412,R431-432,
R437
DIGI-KEY
311-49.9KHRTR-ND
80
1
75.0 1/10W 1%
0603
R229
DALE
CRCW060375R0FKEA
81
4
1UF 6.3V 20%
0402
C132-135
PANASONIC
ECJ-0EB0J105M
82
4
100 1/16W 5%
0402
R240-243
DIGI-KEY
311-100JRTR-ND
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Qty.
Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
83
1
562.0 1/10W 1%
0603
R461
VISHAY
CRCW0603562RFKEA
84
1
390PF 25V 5%
0603
C258
AVX
06033A391FAT2A
85
1
5600PF 16V 5%
0805
C259
AVX
0805YA562JAT2A
86
1
15.0K 1/16W 1%
0603
R232
DIGI-KEY
311-15.0KHRTR-ND
87
40
4.99K 1/16W 1%
0603
R264,R273,
R278-279,R291292,R305-306,
R311,R313-314,
R324,R326-328,
R342,R349-350,
R352-354,R357,
R366,R371,
R383-384,R386388,R391,R400,
R405,R417-418,
R420-422,R425,
R434,R439
VISHAY
CRCW06034K99FKEA
88
2
24.9K 1/10W 1%
0603
R448,R454
DIGI-KEY
311-24.9KHTR-ND
89
1
31.6K 1/16W 1%
0603
R473
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF3162V
90
2
10UF 10V 10%
0805
C161,C265
PANASONIC
ECJ-2FB1A106K
91
8
5.76K 1/16W 1%
0603
R266,R269,R277,
R281,R290,R294,
R303,R307
PANASONIC
ERJ-3EKF5761V
92
3
0.05 1/2W 1%
1206
R459-460,R517
SEI
CSF 1/2 0.05 1%R
93
3
10UF 16V 10%
1210
C244-245,C250
AVX
1210YD106KAT2A
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
94
1
GREEN LED001
LED9
PANASONIC
LN1361CTR
95
1
RED LED001
LED10
PANASONIC
LN1261CTR
96
2
1000PF 50V 5%
1206
C236,C251
AVX
12065A102JAT2A
97
1
255.0K 1/10W 1%
0603
R447
VISHAY
CRCW06032553FK
98
2
80.6K 1/10W 1%
0603
R449,R455
DIGI-KEY
311-80.6KHRCT-ND
99
3
5A MBRS540T3G
SMC
D1-3
ON SEMI
MBRS540T3G
100
1
20MA MA3X717E
DIO005
D5
PANASONIC
MA3X717E
101
2
2.5UH 30%
IND013
L1-2
COILCRAFT
MSS1038-252NLB
102
1
1.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R287
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF1001X
103
1
8.20K 1/10W 1%
0603
R502
DIGI-KEY
541-8.20KHCT-ND
104
6
10.0K 1/16W 1%
0402
R474,R486-488,
R491,R499
DIGI-KEY
541-10.0KLCT-ND
105
10
100K 1/16W 5%
0402
R475-484
DIGI-KEY
541-100KJTR-ND
106
1
42.2K 1/16W 1%
0402
R453
DALE
CRCW040242K2FKED
107
10
33 1/32W 5%
RNS005
RN18,RN26-34
PANASONIC
EXB-28V330JX
108
16
2.67K 1/16W 1%
0402
R316,R318,R322,
R338,R367-368,
R373,R377,
R401-402,R407,
R411,R435-436,
R441,R445
PANASONIC
ERJ-2RKF2671X
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Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
109
30
100.0 1/16W 1%
0402
R274-275,R288,
R309,R331-335,
R340,R351,
R358-362,R385,
R392-396,R419,
R426-430,R489490
DIGI-KEY
541-100LCT-ND
110
2
47UF 16V 20%
ELEC_6MM
CT57-58
PANASONIC
EEE-FC1C470P
111
4
37.4K 1/16W 1%
0402
R268,R276,R289,
R308
DIGI-KEY
541-37.4KLCT-ND
112
8
1000PF 50V 5%
0402
C144,C150,
C154,C159,
C164,C168,
C171,C176
DIGI-KEY
490-3244-1-ND
113
4
100pF 50V 5%
0402
C147,C155,
C165,C175
MURATA
GCM1555C1H101JZ1
3D
114
8
300PF 100V 5%
0603
C143,C145,
C153,C157,
C163,C173,
C177,C179
DIGI-KEY
490-1362-2-ND
115
16
2.43K 1/16W 1%
0402
R315,R319,R323,
R325,R346-347,
R374-375,R380381,R408-409,
R414-415,R442443
DIGI-KEY
541-2.43KLCT-ND
116
16
750.0 1/16W 1%
0402
R317,R320-321,
R341,R345,R348,
R372,R376,R379,
R382,R406,R410,
R413,R416,R440,
R444
DIGI-KEY
541-750LCT-ND
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
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Ref.
Qty.
Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
117
16
620PF 50V 5%
0402
C181,C186-187,
C192,C194-195,
C201,C204,
C208-209,C215,
C218,C222-223,
C229,C232
DIGI-KEY
490-3239-2-ND
118
16
680PF 50V 5%
0402
C182-183,C185,
C193,C202-203,
C206-207,C216217,C220-221,
C230-231,C234235
DIGI-KEY
490-3240-1-ND
119
18
22 1/32W 5%
RNS005
RN15-17,RN1921,RN23-25,
RN49-52,RN5559
PANASONIC
EXB-28V220JX
120
4
0.036 1/2W 1%
1206
R450-451,R456457
SUSUMU
RL1632S-R036-F
121
1
470UF 2.5V 20%
D2E
CT47
SANYO
2R5TPE470MF
122
40
22UF 6.3V 20%
ELEC_4MM
CT1,CT3,CT5-6,
CT8-11,CT14,
CT16,CT18-19,
CT23-24,CT2728,CT31-32,
CT35-36,CT3940,CT43-44,
CT49-56,CT6269
PANASONIC
EEE-FC0J220R
123
8
22UF 6.3V 20%
ELEC_5MM
C180,C184,
C196,C205,
C210,C219,
C224,C233
MOUSER
647-UWP0J220MCL
124
1
5K 1/20W 20%
RES_POT_DUAL
R493
PANASONIC
EVJ-Y15F03A53
A-10
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Bill Of Materials
Ref.
Qty.
Description
Reference
Designator
Manufacturer
Part Number
125
16
6.81K 1/10W 1%
0603
R312,R329-330,
R339,R355-356,
R365,R370,
R389-390,R399,
R404,R423-424,
R433,R438
DIGI-KEY
311-6.81KHRTR-ND
126
1
806 1/10W 1%
0402
R286
VISHAY
CRCW0402806RFKED
127
1
30A GSOT05
SOT23-3
D6
VISHAY
GSOT05-GS08
128
2
30A GSOT03
SOT23-3
D7-8
VISHAY
GSOT03-GS08
129
1
7A
VESD01-02V-GS08
SOD-52
D9
VISHAY
VESD01-02V-GS08
130
1
16.9K 1/16W 1%
0402
R500
VISHAY
CRCW040216K9FKED
131
1
100M 1/10W 5%
0603
R515
VISHAY
CRCW0603100MJPEHR
132
2
2PF 50V 5% 0402
C293,C296
DIGI-KEY
445-4862-2-ND
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
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A-12
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
A
B
C
D
1
1
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
2
2
SCHEMATIC
3
3
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
TITLE
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
1
of
17
A
B
C
D
RN20
DATA5_Z
DATA1_Z
U1
ADDR0_Z
ADDR1_Z
1
ADDR2_Z
ADDR3_Z
ADDR4_Z
ADDR5_Z
ADDR6_Z
ADDR7_Z
ADDR8_Z
ADDR9_Z
ADDR10_Z
ADDR11_Z
ADDR12_Z
ADDR13_Z
ADDR14_Z
ADDR15_Z
ADDR16_Z
ADDR17_Z
ADDR18_Z
ADDR19_Z
ADDR20_Z
ADDR21_Z
TP2
ADDR22_Z
2
ADDR23_Z
B1
ADDR0
D3
ADDR1
C1
ADDR2
C2
ADDR3
D2
ADDR4
E3
ADDR5
D1
ADDR6
E2
ADDR7
E1
DATA2_Z
B14
DATA0
A13
DATA3
DATA4
B11
DATA5
B10
DATA6
A10
DATA7
ADDR9
DATA9
F2
ADDR10
G3
ADDR11
H2
ADDR12
H1
ADDR13
D12
ADDR14
F12
ADDR15
C13
ADDR16
H4
ADDR17
J3
ADDR18
G13
ADDR19
D13
ADDR20
G12
ADDR21
E13
ADDR22
H13
ADDR23
DATA10
U40
WDT_CLKIN_EXT
C14
WDT_CLKIN
D14
1
WDT_CLKOUT
3
WDTRSTO_Z
2MHZ 2
OSC015
P5
WDTRSTO
B7
DATA6_Z
DATA6_Z
DATA3_Z
DATA12
A7
DATA13
B6
DATA14
C6
DATA11_Z
DATA12_Z
DATA10_Z
DATA13_Z
DATA4_Z
DATA9_Z
DATA15_Z
C4
MS0
J14
MS1
E12
AMI_RD
F14
AMI_WR
J13
AMI_ACK
DATA15_Z
RD_Z
DATA12_Z
WR_Z
DATA14_Z
ACK
DATA13_Z
R503
0402
33
A5
A4
A3
SDDQM
G2
SDA10
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
SDDQM
8
DATA8
7
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
DATA7
6
DATA6
5
TP31
DATA3
SDA10
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
TP32
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
SDCKE
8
DATA11
7
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
DATA10
6
DATA4
5
TP28
DATA9
SDWE
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
TP29
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
SDCLK
8
DATA15
7
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
DATA12
6
DATA14
5
TP30
DATA13
SDRAS
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
RN23
SDCAS_Z
ADDR20_Z
SDRAS_Z
ADDR14_Z
SDDQM_Z
ADDR15_Z
SDA10_Z
A2
1
TP24
22
RNS005
SDCLK
SDWE_Z
C5
FLAG1/IRQ1
RN50
MS1_Z
C9
DATA2
5
22
RNS005
MS0_Z
SDCLK0
R4B
DATA1
6
RN49
DATA14_Z
DATA15
R3B
DATA5
7
22
RNS005
DATA11_Z
A6
SDCKE
DATA7_Z
DATA10_Z
DATA11
SDRAS
DATA5_Z
DATA9_Z
A8
SDCAS
DATA8_Z
DATA8_Z
A9
SDWE
DATA4_Z
DATA7_Z
B9
R2B
8
RN21
DATA3_Z
B8
R1B
22
RNS005
DATA2_Z
A11
DATA8
FLAG1/IRQ1_Z
DATA1_Z
DATA2
ADDR8
H3
DATA0_Z
A12
DATA1
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
SDCKE_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
2
TP23
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
SDCAS
8
ADDR20
7
IDC1X1_SMT
DNP
ADDR14
6
ADDR15
5
22
RNS005
ADSP-21479
BGA196
RN52
SDCAS_Z
SDRAS_Z
SDWE_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
SDCAS
7
SDRAS
6
SDWE
5
22
RNS005
RN51
SDCKE_Z
SDDQM_Z
3
MS0_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
SDCKE
6
SDDQM
5
3
MS0
22
RNS005
RN24
1
ADDR6_Z
R1A
2
ADDR2_Z
R2A
3
ADDR3_Z
R3A
4
ADDR0_Z
R4A
3
R3A
4
R4A
4
RD_Z
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
ADDR1
ADDR4
ADDR5
ADDR7
ADDR18_Z
ADDR13_Z
ADDR10_Z
SDA10_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
RN19
R2A
3
R3A
4
ADDR17_Z
ADDR22_Z
ADDR0
R2A
RN15
R1A
ADDR11_Z
ADDR3
2
22
RNS005
2
ADDR9_Z
5
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2_Z
22
RNS005
1
ADDR8_Z
R4B
6
ADDR2
R1A
RN17
R2A
ADDR7_Z
R3B
7
FLAG0/IRQ0_Z
RN25
R1A
ADDR5_Z
R2B
ADDR6
22
RNS005
2
ADDR4_Z
R1B
1
22
RNS005
1
ADDR1_Z
RN16
8
R4A
22
RNS005
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
ADDR8
ADDR23_Z
ADDR9
ADDR21_Z
ADDR11
ADDR19_Z
ADDR17
WR_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
FLAG0/IRQ0
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
ADDR22
RD
ADDR18
ADDR13
ADDR10
SDA10
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADDR23
ADDR21
ADDR19
WR
Size
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
DSP - EXTERNAL PORT
Title
22
RNS005
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-18-2010_14:14
D
2
of
17
B
C
2MB SRAM
(1 Mbit X 16)
23
ADDR0
24
ADDR1
25
ADDR2
26
ADDR3
1
29
ADDR4
30
ADDR5
31
ADDR6
32
ADDR7
3.3V
33
ADDR8
34
ADDR9
22
SDA10
35
ADDR11
R504
10K
0402
36
ADDR12
20
ADDR17
21
ADDR18
U3
2
A0
DQ0
4
A1
DQ1
A2
DQ2
5
7
A3
DQ3
A4
DQ4
A5
DQ5
10
11
A6
DQ6
A7
DQ7
13
42
A8
DQ8
44
A9
DQ9
A10
DQ10
A11
DQ11
A12
45
47
DQ12
48
DQ14
51
BA1
SDRAM_CS
37
SDCKE
3.3V
38
SDCLK
16
SDWE
17
SDCAS
18
SDRAS
R510
0
0402
DNP
R509
0
0402
2
15
39
3.3V
40
SDDQM
1
R511
0
0402
DNP
14
27
ADDR1
DATA2
ADDR2
53
4
DATA1
3
2
ADDR3
ADDR4
DATA5
ADDR5
ADDR6
DATA7
ADDR7
DATA8
ADDR8
DATA9
ADDR9
DATA10
ADDR10
DATA11
ADDR11
ADDR12
DATA13
ADDR13
DATA14
ADDR14
DATA15
ADDR15
CS
R505 ADDR16
10K
0402 ADDR17
CKE
CLK
A1
A2
A3
A4
48
A5
47
A6
46
A7
45
A8
30
A9
29
A10
28
A11
27
A12
26
A13
25
A14
24
A15
23
A16
22
A17
21
A18
20
A19
DATA6
3.3V
8
D0
9
D1
10
D2
11
D3
14
D4
15
D5
16
D6
17
D7
32
D8
33
D9
34
D10
35
D11
38
D12
39
D13
40
D14
41
D15
A0
1
DATA4
DATA12
50
DQ13
BA0
5
ADDR0
DATA3
8
DQ15
19
DATA0
U4
ADDR18
ADDR19
6
NC1
DATA0
E1
A0
D1
A1
C1
A2
A1
A3
B1
A4
D2
A5
C2
A6
A2
A7
B5
A8
A5
A9
C5
A10
D5
A11
B6
A12
A6
A13
C6
A14
D6
A15
E6
A16
B2
A17
C3
A18
D4
A19
D3
A20
ADDR1
DATA1
ADDR2
DATA2
ADDR3
DATA3
ADDR4
DATA4
ADDR5
DATA5
ADDR6
DATA6
ADDR7
DATA7
ADDR8
DATA8
ADDR9
DATA9
ADDR10
DATA10
ADDR11
DATA11
ADDR12
DATA12
ADDR13
DATA13
ADDR14
DATA14
ADDR15
DATA15
ADDR16
ADDR17
3.3V
19
3.3V
NC2
31
ADDR19
3.3V
NC3
ADDR18
ADDR20
WE
CAS
7
SRAM_CS
RAS
CE
44
OE
18
WE
43
UB
42
LB
RD
WR
DQML
DQMH
NC1
VDD1
VDD2
ADDR21
12
R217
10K
0402
36
R206
10K
0402
13
GND1
37
GND2
VDD2
41
VSS2
VDD3
R506
10K
0402
28
VSS1
TP1
RDY/BSY
FLASH_CS
IS61WV102416BLL
TSOP48
VDD1
RESET
RD
R507
10K
0402
WR
JP1
1
VSS3
2
WP
54
9
43
49
6
VDDQ1
C48
0.01UF
0402
VSSQ1
12
VDDQ2
VSSQ2
VDDQ3
VSSQ5
VDDQ5
VSSQ6
3.3V
E2
D0
DATA0
H2
D1
DATA1
E3
D2
DATA2
H3
D3
DATA3
H4
D4
1
DATA4
E4
D5
DATA5
H5
D6
DATA6
E5
D7
DATA7
F2
D8
G2
D9
F3
D10
G3
D11
F4
D12
G5
D13
F5
D14
G6
D15/A-1
ADDR0
C4
NC
B4
RESET
F6
BYTE
A3
RY/BY~
F1
CE
G1
OE
A4
WE
B3
VPP/WP~
2
IDC2X1
JP1 DEFAULT: OFF
3
G4
U2
4MB FLASH
(4 Mbit X 8)
3.3V
VDD
32MB SDRAM
(4 Mbit X 16 X 4 banks)
D
H1
H6GND1
GND2
A
M29W320EB
TFBGA48
R205
10K
0402
46
52
MT48LC16M16A2
TSOP54
C281
0.01UF
0402
C282
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
3.3V
C274
0.01UF
0402
3
C275
0.01UF
0402
C276
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
C277
0.01UF
0402
C278
0.01UF
0402
C279
0.01UF
0402
C280
0.01UF
0402
C287
10UF
0805
C46
0.01UF
0402
C288
10UF
0805
C47
0.01UF
0402
3
SW13: EXTERNAL PORT ENABLE
DEFAULT: ON ON OFF ON ON OFF ON OFF
SW13
4
9
5
8
6
7
6
WDTRSTO_Z
10
5
FLAG3/MS3
3
4
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
ON
FLAG1/IRQ1
11
3
TP22
12
2
2
MS1
1
1
MS0
SDRAM_CS
FLASH_CS
PB1
PB2
SRAM_CS
WDTRSTO
DIP6
SWT017
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
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PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
MEMORY - PARALLEL
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
3
of
17
A
B
C
D
NOTE: SHUTTING OFF DIP SWITCHES SW1, SW2, SW3
SW7, OR SW14 ALLOWS A USER TO USE THESE DAI OR
DPI PINS VIA THE EXPANSION II INTERFACE.
U1
N6
DAI_P1_Z
DAI_P1
DAI_P2_Z
DAI_P2
DAI_P3
DAI_P4
M11
DAI_P6_Z
DAI_P6
DAI_P8
DAI_P10
DAI_P12
DAI_P13
N14
DAI_P14_Z
M1
DPI_P13
DAI_P14
6
11
7
10
8
9
4
TERM1 TERM2
2
3
NC1
NC2
DPI_P14_Z
F13
DAI_P16
FLAG0
L13
DAI_P17_Z
1
SPI_MISO
SPI_CLK
AD1939_CS
SPI_CS
LED1
QS_EN
DIP8
SWT016
DAI_P17
FLAG1
FLAG2
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2_Z
C12
DAI_P19
FLAG3
SW14
FLAG3/TIMEXP/MS3_Z
L12
DAI_P20
DPI_P10
BOOT_CFG0
BOOT_CFG1
CLK_CFG0
B2
CLK_CFG1
CLK_CFG1
5
8
6
7
DPI_P14
R203
0402
UART_TX
UART_RX
UART_RTS
UART_CTS
LED2
LED3
DIP6
SWT017
TDI
C11
TDO
9
TMS
C8
TDI
DPI_P13
RTC
TCK
4
6
D4
CLK_CFG0
DPI_P12
B4
TMS
EMU
TRST
C7
TCK
10
5
BOOT_CFG2
DPI_P11
0
B12
TRST
H12
BOOT_CFG2
R462
0402
3
4
F3
BOOT_CFG1
C10
EMU
11
3
B3
BOOT_CFG0
12
2
2
DAI_P20_Z
1
DPI_P9
ON
DAI_P19_Z
SW14: DPI [9-14] ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL ON EXCEPT POS 3 & 4 OFF
C293
2PF
0402
1
P6
C296
2PF
0402
FLAG1/IRQ1_Z
E14
DAI_P18
32.768KHZ
OSC008
FLAG0/IRQ0_Z
B13
K13
DAI_P18_Z
33
TDO
2
B5
RESET
RESET
SW1: DAI [1-8] ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL ON
TP26
G1
DSP_XTAL
XTAL
RTXI
3.3V
RTXO
SW1
RTXO
R1A
R2A
3
ADDR16_Z
R3A
4
R4A
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
FLAG3/MS3
SR_LD_O9_Z
DATA0
DAI_P13_Z
ADDR16
DAI_P1_Z
5
DAI_P19_Z
33
RNS005
R2A
R3A
R4A
5
3
DAI_P1
7
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
DPI_P2
DAI_P10_Z
DPI_P3
DAI_P5_Z
DPI_P1
ADDR12
DAI_P20_Z
DAI_P16_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
DAI_P7
SCK
DAI_P8
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
GND
4
C50
0.01UF
0402
DAI_P11
DAI_P12
DAI_P16
33
RNS005
2
DPI_P12_Z
R2A
3
DPI_P7_Z
R3A
4
DPI_P11_Z
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
DPI_P8
DPI_P12
DPI_P7
DPI_P11
DAI_P7_Z
SR_LD_O16_Z
DAI_P6_Z
DAI_P9_Z
33
RNS005
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
DAI_P15
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
DAI_P16
8
7
R3A
R4A
R4B
6
5
DPI_P5
DAI_P15_Z
DPI_P6
DAI_P18_Z
DPI_P10
DAI_P4_Z
33
RNS005
DPI_P14_Z
R1A
2
DPI_P13_Z
R2A
3
DAI_P3_Z
R3A
4
DPI_P4_Z
R4A
33
RNS005
8
9
DAI_P11_Z
R2B
R3B
R4B
DSDATA4
DSDATA3
3
DSDATA2
DSDATA1
DBCLK
DLRCLK
LED6
LED7
SW7: DPI [17-20] ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL ON
DAI_P9
8
SW7
DAI_P11
DAI_P17
MS1
7
6
5
DAI_P18
DAI_P15
DAI_P19
DAI_P18
DAI_P20
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
LED8
SPDIF_IN
PB3
PB4
DIP4
SWT018
DAI_P4
ANALOG
DEVICES
RN34
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
7
6
5
DPI_P14
DPI_P13
DAI_P17_Z
DAI_P12_Z
DAI_P3
DAI_P8_Z
DPI_P4
DAI_P14_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
DAI_P17
7
DAI_P12
6
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
DAI_P8
5
Title
DAI_P14
33
RNS005
Size
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
DSP - DAI, DPI, MLB INTERFACES
Board No.
C
Date
A
10
R1
22
0402
R1B
ALRCLK
33
RNS005
RN29
1
7
4
4
DPI_P10_Z
R3B
7
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
11
3
3
DPI_P6_Z
R2B
MS1_Z
6
ON
R2A
DPI_P9
12
2
2
DPI_P5_Z
R1B
5
1
R1A
ABCLK
DAI_P6
5
RN33
DPI_P9_Z
13
SR_LD_O16
6
ASDATA2
DIP8
SWT016
33
RNS005
8
4
DAI_P7
RN28
1
14
8
R1A
3
7
1
DPI_P8_Z
DAI_P14
RN32
15
6
RN27
ASDATA1
16
2
5
DAI_P13
33
RNS005
LED5
SW2
1
DAI_P9
DAI_P20
5
LED4
SW2: DPI [9-16] ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL ON EXCEPT POS. 5 & 6 OFF
3.3V
DAI_P5
6
9
AD1939_SOFT_RESET
HOLD
DAI_P10
7
8
SPDIF_OUT
DIP8
SWT016
R223
10K
0402
DNP
DAI_P10
10
WP
M25P16
SO8W
R1B
7
CS
DAI_P19
RN31
R1B
SPI_MISO
4
4
ADDR12_Z
6
11
3
3
DPI_P1_Z
R4B
1
SPI_CS
DAI_P13
6
2
2
DPI_P3_Z
R3B
SR_LD_O9
7
12
ON
R1A
R2B
5
1
1
R1B
6
SPI_CLK
8
33
RNS005
RN26
DPI_P2_Z
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
SO
13
8
2
DATA0_Z
R1B
DAI_P5
DAI_P6
2
SI
4
7
1
5
SPI_MOSI
RN30
DAI_P4
6
RN18
8
VCC
14
5
U6
R222
10K
0402
DNP
3
4
R224
10K
0402
15
3
DAI_P3
R225
10K
0402
16
2
2
DAI_P2
ADSP-21479
BGA196
FLAG3/TIMEXP/MS3_Z
1
DAI_P1
3.3V
ON
G14
RESETOUT
3.3V
RTXI
1
J4
RESETOUT
RTCLKOUT
H14
CLKIN
TP27
C3
RTCLKOUT
F1
DSP_CLKIN
4
12
1
DAI_P15
K12
DAI_P16_Z
3
5
SPI_MOSI
K14
DAI_P15_Z
2
DPI_P7
U7
DPI_P13_Z
N1
DPI_P14
DPI_P5
DPI_P11_Z
DPI_P12_Z
13
8
P7
DAI_P13_Z
DPI_P4
DPI_P6
M2
DPI_P12
4
7
M14
DPI_P10_Z
M5
DPI_P11
RTXO
R515
100M
0603
14
6
DAI_P11
DAI_P12_Z
L2
DPI_P10
J12
DAI_P11_Z
RTXI
DPI_P9_Z
3
5
L11
DAI_P10_Z
DPI_P8_Z
K4
DPI_P9
15
4
DAI_P9
DPI_P3
L3
DPI_P8
N11
DAI_P9_Z
DPI_P2
DPI_P7_Z
16
2
3
M13
DAI_P8_Z
DPI_P6_Z
M4
DPI_P7
1
DPI_P1
2
DAI_P7
SW3
DPI_P5_Z
L4
DPI_P6
M8
DAI_P7_Z
DPI_P4_Z
K3
DPI_P5
1
1
DAI_P5
ON
DAI_P5_Z
SW3: DPI [1-8] ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL ON
DPI_P3_Z
K2
DPI_P4
M12
DPI_P2_Z
J2
DPI_P3
L14
DAI_P4_Z
DPI_P1_Z
K1
DPI_P2
L1
DAI_P3_Z
J1
DPI_P1
N8
B
C
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-18-2010_14:14
D
4
of
17
A
B
C
D
3.3V
Remove P20 when measuring VDD_RTC
P3
1
VDDINT
VDDEXT
2
VDDINT
R517
0.05
1206
U1
D10
VDD_EXT1
J11
VDD_RTC
D11
VDD_EXT2
J9
J10
VSS_RTC
VDDINT
D5
MA3X717E
20MA
DIO005
IDC2X1
1
C70
0.01UF
0402
2
C69
0.01UF
0402
C68
0.01UF
0402
C67
0.01UF
0402
C66
0.01UF
0402
C65
0.01UF
0402
C97
10UF
0805
D5
VDD_EXT3
D6
A1
VDD_EXT4
D7
A14
VDD_EXT5
1
GND2
D8
F8
VDD_EXT7
GND4
E11
F9
VDD_EXT8
GND5
E4
G6
VDD_EXT9
GND6
VDD_EXT10
GND7
G7
G11
G8
VDD_EXT11
VDDINT
GND8
H11
VDDEXT
G9
VDD_EXT12
GND9
GND10
GND11
E10
VDD_INT1
GND12
E6
VDD_INT2
GND13
E7
VDD_INT3
GND14
E8
VDD_INT4
GND15
E9
VDD_INT5
GND16
VDD_INT6
GND17
G10
VDD_INT7
GND18
G5
VDD_INT8
GND19
H10
VDD_INT9
GND20
H5
VDD_INT10
GND21
J5
VDD_INT11
GND22
K10
2
1
GND3
D9
F10
BATT_COIN16MM
BATTHOLDER
F7
VDD_EXT6
F11
C294
0.01UF
0402
GND1
C98
10UF
0805
VDD_INT12
GND23
K5
VDD_INT13
GND24
L10
VDD_INT14
GND25
L5
VDD_INT15
GND26
H6
H7
H8
C64
0.01UF
0402
H9
C63
0.01UF
0402
C62
0.01UF
0402
C61
0.01UF
0402
C60
0.01UF
0402
C59
0.01UF
0402
C58
0.01UF
0402
C57
0.01UF
0402
C56
0.01UF
0402
C79
0.01UF
0402
C78
0.01UF
0402
C77
0.01UF
0402
C76
0.01UF
0402
C75
0.01UF
0402
C85
0.01UF
0402
C74
0.01UF
0402
J6
J7
J8
J9
K11
K6
K7
K8
K9
VDDEXT
VDDEXT
P1
F6
2
FOR REV 0.0 DSP: COMPONENTS REQUIRED.
P14
FOR REV0.1 AND GREATER: COMPONENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED.
G4
L6
TP25
VDD_INT16
C99
0.01UF
0402
VDDINT
C84
0.01UF
0402
C83
0.01UF
0402
C81
0.01UF
0402
C100
10UF
0805
C101
10UF
0805
L7
VDD_INT17
FER1
600
0603
L8
VDD_INT18
L9
VDD_INT19
VDD_A
E5
VDD_INT20
VSS_A
F5
F4
C51
1000PF
0402
ADSP-21479
BGA196
C52
0.01UF
0402
C53
0.1UF
0402
3.3V
3.3V
JP5
1
DSPAUDIO_CLKIN
C
2
DAI_P17
IDC2X1
SW4
2
1
1
3
0
4
7
6
3
BOOT_CFG0
2
3.3V
4
R513
10K
0402
BOOT_CFG2
5
JP5 DEFAULT: OFF
3.3V
BOOT_CFG1
SWT027
ROTARY
DSP AUDIO OSC
3
3.3V
U39
R198
10K
0402
R197
10K
0402
R196
10K
0402
R202
10K
0402
SW4: BOOT MODE SELECT
POSITION
BOOT MODE
0
1
2
3,4,5,6 or 7
SPI Slave Boot
SPI Master Boot
AMI Boot (Parallel Flash)
Reserved
U42
DSP OSC
TP20
3
OUT
DSPAUDIO_CLKIN
GND
24.576MHZ 2
OSC003
3
OUT
DSP_CLKIN
GND
16.625MHZ 2
OSC003
4
VDD
1
OE
R201
33
0402
4
VDD
1
OE
3.3V
R512
33
0402
C45
0.01UF
0402
TP21
3.3V
DEFAULT
OSC
C286
0.01UF
0402
3.3V
SW5
1
2
2
CLK_CFG1
DIP2
SWT020
R200
10K
0402
4
R199
10K
0402
ON
1
CLK_CFG0
4
OPTIONAL DSP CRYSTAL
3
SW5: DSP CLOCK CONFIG
1
2
CLOCK RATIO
CLKCFG0 CLKCFG1
CORE:CLKIN
ON
ON
Reserved
ON
OFF
32:1
OFF
ON
16:1
OFF
OFF
8:1
DSP_XTAL
DEFAULT
Y1
16.625MHZ
OSC013
DNP
C284
18PF
0402
DNP
DSP AUDIO OSC
DSP_CLKIN
ANALOG
DEVICES
C285
18PF
0402
DNP
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
DSP - POWER, CLKIN
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
5
of
17
A
B
C
D
NOTE: USED FOR INTERNAL TESTING ONLY
3.3V
NOT POPULATED BY DEFAULT
RN55
3.3V
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
SR_LD_O2_Z
SR_LD_O4_Z
SR_LD_O3_Z
0402
R518
10K
U1
N10
SR_SCLK
SR_SCLK
P10
SR_CLR
SR_CLR
N12
SR_SDI
SR_SDI
P11
SR_LAT
SR_LAT
M10
SR_SDO_Z
SR_SDO
SR_LD_O0
SR_LD_O1
SR_LD_O2
SR_LD_O3
SR_LD_O4
SR_LD_O5
SR_LD_O6
SR_LD_O7
SR_LD_O8
SR_LD_O9
SR_LD_O10
SR_LD_O11
SR_LD_O12
SR_LD_O13
SR_LD_O14
SR_LD_O15
SR_LD_O16
SR_LD_O17
M3
SR_LD_O0_Z
N2
P3
P2
SR_LD_O1
SR_LD_O1_Z
SR_LD_O2
SR_LD_O2_Z
SR_LD_O3
SR_LD_O3_Z
N3
M6
P4
M7
N4
SR_LD_O4
SR_LD_O4_Z
SR_LD_O5
SR_LD_O5_Z
SR_LD_O6
SR_LD_O6_Z
SR_LD_O7
SR_LD_O7_Z
SR_LD_O8
SR_LD_O8_Z
N7
SR_LD_O9
SR_LD_O9_Z
N5
46
1B1
45
1B2
P8
13
2A1
14
2A2
16
2A3
18
2A4
19
2A5
20
2A6
21
2A7
22
2A8
23
2A9
24
2A10
SR_LD_O10
3.3V
SR_LD_O12_Z
SR_LD_O11
N9
SR_LD_O13_Z
SR_LD_O12
P12
SR_LD_O14_Z
SR_LD_O13
P9
SR_LD_O15_Z
SR_LD_O14
M9
SR_LD_O16_Z
N13
R516
10K
0402
DNP
SR_LD_O17_Z
SR_LD_O15
SR_LD_O16
SR_LD_O17
SR_LAT
47
2OE
QS_EN
SN74CB3Q16210
TSSOP48
DNP
3.3V
R4B
SR_LD_O4
6
SR_LD_O3
5
SR_LD_O1
1
ADDR7
44
1B3
ADDR8
43
1B4
ADDR9
42
1B5
ADDR10
40
1B6
RN56
ADDR11
39
1B7
ADDR12
38
1B8
SR_LD_O10_Z
1B10
R1B
R2A
ADDR14
36
R1A
2
ADDR13
37
1B9
1
SR_LD_O6_Z
ADDR15
SR_LD_O8_Z
R2B
3
R3A
R3B
4
R4A
48
1OE
SR_LD_O11_Z
P13
R3B
SR_LD_O2
7
22
RNS005
ADDR6
R4B
8
SR_LD_O10
7
6
SR_LD_O6
5
SR_LD_O8
22
RNS005
SR_LD_O10_Z
BGA196
2
2
1A1
3
1A2
4
1A3
5
1A4
6
1A5
7
1A6
9
1A7
10
1A8
11
1A9
12
1A10
SR_LD_O0
R2B
8
35
2B1
ADDR16
34
2B2
ADDR17
33
2B3
ADDR18
31
2B4
ADDR19
30
2B5
RN57
ADDR20
29
2B6
28
2B7
27
2B8
ADDR21
SR_LD_O0
ADDR22
SR_LD_O7
ADDR23
26
2B9
SR_LD_O5
1
R1A
R1B
2
R2A
R2B
3
R3A
R3B
4
ADDR2
R4A
R4B
8
SR_LD_O0_Z
7
SR_LD_O7_Z
6
SR_LD_O5_Z
2
5
25
2B10
22
RNS005
8
GND1
17
GND2
32
GND3
41
GND4
1
U5
15
VCC
SR_LD_O1_Z
R1B
R520
1.0K
0402
DNP
RN58
SR_LD_O13_Z
SR_LD_O15_Z
C295
0.1UF
0402
DNP
DAI_P2_Z
SR_LD_O11_Z
1
R1A
R1B
2
R2A
R2B
3
R3A
R3B
4
R4A
R4B
8
SR_LD_O13
7
SR_LD_O15
6
DAI_P2
5
SR_LD_O11
22
RNS005
RN59
3.3V
1
R1A
"Serial SR header"
3
SR_LD_O17_Z
SR_LD_O12_Z
SR_LD_O14_Z
P4
SR_LD_O1
SR_LD_O3
SR_LD_O5
SR_LD_O7
SR_LD_O9
SR_LD_O11
SR_LD_O13
SR_LD_O15
SR_LD_O17
SR_CLR
SR_SCLK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
R1B
2
R2A
R2B
3
R3A
R3B
4
R4A
R4B
8
7
SR_LD_O17
6
3
SR_LD_O12
5
SR_LD_O14
22
RNS005
SR_LD_O0
SR_LD_O2
SR_LD_O4
SR_LD_O6
SR_LD_O8
SR_LD_O10
SR_LD_O12
SR_LD_O14
R521
22
0402
SR_LD_O16
SR_SDI
SR_SDO_Z
SR_SDO
SR_LAT
SR_SDO
13X2_2MM
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Title
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
DSP SHIFT REGISTER INTERFACE
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
6
of
17
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
1
SPDIF
COAX
INPUT
SERIAL PORT
R232
15.0K
0603
J7
CON012
C126
0.22UF
0805
2
3.3V
SPDIF_COAX_IN
C121
0.01UF
0402
1
R229
75.0
0603
C127
0.22UF
0805
1
U11
1
2
3
R231
10.0K
0603
4
8
RIN-
C119
0.1UF
0402
R230
22
0402
VCC
7
RIN+
ROUT
U8
SPDIF_IN
6
NC1
C118
0.1UF
0402
1
C1+
3
C1-
2
NC3
NC2
GND
J2
1
V+
ADM3202
5
C117
0.1UF
0402
LOOPBACK HEADER
FOR TESTING PURPOSES ONLY
JP2 DEFAULT: OFF
SN65LVDS2D
SOIC8
SPDIF_COAX_IN
SPDIF_COAX_OUT
4
C2+
5
C2-
6
V-
2
7
11
UART_TX
JP2
1
T1IN
10
UART_CTS
T2IN
3.3V
3.3V
T1OUT
TX_OUT
3
7
8
T2OUT
13
R1OUT
R1IN
9
8
R2OUT
R2IN
ADM3202ARNZ
SOIC16
UART_RTS
3.3V
14
12
UART_RX
2
IDC2X1
6
RX_IN
4
9
5
C120
0.1UF
0402
CON038
JP3
1
J6
1
SPDIF_OUT
C123
0.1UF
0805
U9
R227
249.0
0805
4
SPDIF
COAX
OUT
SPDIF_COAX_OUT 2
2
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
2
1
C125
0.01UF
0402
CON012
C122
0.01UF
0402
C124
0.01UF
0402
DNP
2
IDC2X1
JP3 DEFAULT: ON
1
4
2
TX_OUT
IDC2X1
R228
107.0
0805
U10
JP4
1
RX_IN
65LVDS2D
SN74LVC1G08
2
LOOPBACK HEADER
FOR TESTING PURPOSES ONLY
JP4 DEFAULT: OFF
SN74LVC1G08
2
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
DNP
All debug agent interface circuitry is considered
proprietary and has been omitted from this schematic.
3.3V
When designing your JTAG interface please refer to the
Engineer to Engineer Note EE-68 which can be found at
http://www.analog.com
3.3V
JTAG IN
J3
JTAG SWITCHES
TCK_MULTI
SW19
15
3
14
3
4
13
5
12
6
11
4
5
TMS
6
7
10
8
9
7
TCK
16
2
2
EMU
2
4
ON
1
TRST
1
3
8
SINGLE PROCESSOR JTAG SETTINGS
VIA HP-USB EMUALTOR OR DEBUG AGENT (DEFAULT)
BOARD ATTACHED
SWITCH
TO EMULATOR
SW19.1
ON
SW19.2
OFF
SW19.3
ON
SW19.4
OFF
SW19.5
ON
SW19.6
OFF
SW19.7
ON
SW19.8
OFF
SW20.1
ON
SW20.2
OFF
SW21.1
ON
SW21.2
OFF
SW22.1
OFF
SW22.2
OFF
TRST_LOCAL
TDO_IN
TRST_MULTI
6
MSC1
GND1
MSC2
8
EMU_LOCAL
TMS_MULTI
EMU_MULTI
EMU_MULTI
TMS_LOCAL
TRST_MULTI
TMS_MULTI
DA_SOFT_RESET_MULTI
TCK_LOCAL
TCK_MULTI
DIP8
SWT016
GND2
10
MSC3
12
MSC4
14
MSC5
16
MSC6
18
GND3
20
GND4
1
D7
3
D6
5
D5
7
D4
9
D3
11
D2
13
D1
15
D0
17
ACK
19
CLK
R99
10K
0402
R190
10K
0402
"JTAG"
P1
EDGE_F
ERF8_10X2_SMT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
EMU_LOCAL
3
TMS_LOCAL
TCK_LOCAL
5V
3.3V
DA_PWR
VDD_EXT_DSP
TRST_LOCAL
TDI_LOCAL
TDO_LOCAL
IDC7X2_SMTA
SW20
4
3
TDI_LOCAL
DA_SOFT_RESET_MULTI
RESET
DIP2
SWT020
R185
4.7K
0402
JTAG OUT
DA_SOFT_RESET
P10
TCK_MULTI
SW21
ON
1
TDO
1
3
2
2
4
4
TDO_LOCAL
TDO_OUT
TDO_OUT
DIP2
SWT020
SW22
2
2
ON
1
TDO_LOCAL
1
6
8
TMS_MULTI
TDI
2
4
3
EMU_MULTI
TDO_IN
TRST_MULTI
TDO_IN
DA_SOFT_RESET
DIP2
SWT020
MSC1
GND1
MSC2
GND2
10
MSC3
12
MSC4
14
MSC5
16
MSC6
18
GND3
20
GND4
1
D7
3
D6
5
D5
7
D4
9
D3
11
D2
13
D1
15
D0
17
ACK
19
CLK
ANALOG
DEVICES
EDGE_M
ERM8_10X2_SMT
Title
Date
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
SPDIF, RS-232, JTAG INTERFACES
Board No.
C
B
DA_SOFT_RESET
DA_STANDALONE
Size
A
RESET
GND
2
2
DA_SOFT_RESET
1
ON
TDI
1
4
MULTI PROCESSOR JTAG SETTINGS VIA HP-USB EMUALTOR
USING TWO OR MORE EZ-BOARDS (LINK PORT CABLES
REQUIRED FOR MORE THAN TWO BOARDS)
BOARD ATTACHED BOARD(S) NOT ATTACHED
SWITCH
TO EMULATOR
TO EMULATOR
SW19.1
ON
OFF
SW19.2
ON
ON
SW19.3
ON
OFF
SW19.4
ON
ON
SW19.5
ON
OFF
SW19.6
ON
ON
SW19.7
ON
OFF
SW19.8
ON
ON
SW20.1
ON
OFF
SW20.2
OFF
OFF
SW21.1
OFF
OFF
SW21.2
ON
ON
SW22.1
OFF
ON
SW22.2
ON
OFF
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
7
of
17
A
B
C
D
3.3V
DSP PIN
COMPONENT CONNECTED TO
PB1
FLAG1/IRQ1
PB2
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
PB3
DAI_P19
PB4
DAI_P20
R233
10K
0402
LABEL "PB1"
R240
100
0402
R244
10
0603
U14
1
1
SW8
MOMENTARY
SWT013
2
PB1
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED5
LED6
LED7
LED8
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C132
1UF
0402
CONNECTED
VIA SWITCH
SW13.4
SW13.5
SW7.3
SW7.4
DPI_P6
DPI_P13
DPI_P14
DAI_P3
DAI_P4
DAI_P15
DAI_P16
DAI_P17
SW3.6
SW14.5
SW14.6
SW1.3
SW1.4
SW2.7
SW2.8
SW7.1
1
3.3V
R234
10K
0402
LABEL "PB2"
R241
100
0402
R245
10
0603
U14
3
SW9
MOMENTARY
SWT013
4
PB2
RESET
LED10
RED
LED001
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C133
1UF
0402
R469
10K
0402
R256
10K
0402
R239
10K
0402
R514
10K
0402
R255
330
0603
1
WDTRSTO
R235
10K
0402
2
LABEL "PB3"
4
1
DA_SOFT_RESET
2
U13
4
2
R242
100
0402
R246
10
0603
U14
5
SW10
MOMENTARY
SWT013
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
RESET
6
U18
U41
1
MR
4
PFI
8
RESET
7
RESET
5
PFO
RESET
2
ADM708SARZ
SOIC8
PB3
SW12
MOMENTARY
SWT013
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C134
1UF
0402
R236
10K
0402
LABEL "PB4"
U17
R243
100
0402
R247
10
0603
U14
9
SW11
MOMENTARY
SWT013
LED1
8
PB4
LED2
74LVC14A
SOIC14
LED3
LED4
C135
1UF
0402
LED5
LED6
3
LED7
LED8
2
1A1
4
1A2
6
1A3
8
1A4
11
2A1
13
2A2
15
2A3
17
2A4
18
1Y1
16
1Y2
14
1Y3
12
1Y4
9
2Y1
7
3.3V
2Y2
5
3
2Y3
3
2Y4
3.3V
1
OE1
19
OE2
IDT74FCT3244APY
SSOP20
R237
10K
0402
LED8
YELLOW
LED001
LED7
YELLOW
LED001
LED6
YELLOW
LED001
LED5
YELLOW
LED001
LED4
YELLOW
LED001
LED3
YELLOW
LED001
LED2
YELLOW
LED001
POWER
LED9
GREEN
LED001
LED1
YELLOW
LED001
R238
10K
0402
U14
R467
330
0603
U14
11
10
13
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R468
330
0603
R248
330
0603
R249
330
0603
R250
330
0603
R251
330
0603
R252
330
0603
R253
330
0603
R254
330
0603
12
74LVC14A
SOIC14
3.3V
C131
0.01UF
0402
C129
0.01UF
0402
C130
0.01UF
0402
C128
0.01UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C291
0.01UF
0402
4
Title
74LVC14A
ADM708
IDT74FCT3244
SN74LVC1G08
Size
SN74LVC1G08
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
RESET CIRCUIT, PUSHBUTTONS, LEDS
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
8
of
17
A
B
C
J4
WHITE (LEFT)
3.3V
A3V
D
J5
RED (RIGHT)
WHITE (LEFT)
DB25 Female Connectors for Conversion to XLR Connectors
RED (RIGHT)
OUT3 (L)
OUT3 (R)
OUT4 (L)
OUT4 (R)
9
10
9
10
P8
P9
1
28
ABCLK_Z
1
29
ALRCLK_Z
27
ASDATA1_Z
26
ASDATA2_Z
OUT1 (L)
5
AVDD1
45
AVDD2
51
AVDD3
62
AVDD4
17
DVDD1
32
DVDD2
U19
21
22
DLRCLK
20
DSDATA1
19
DSDATA2
18
DSDATA3
15
DSDATA4
ABCLK
ADC1LN
ALRCLK
ADC1LP
ASDATA1
ADC1RN
ASDATA2
ADC1RP
54
DBCLK
53
30
SPI_MOSI
31
SPI_MISO
35
AD1939_CS
DLRCLK
ADC2RN
DSDATA1
ADC2RP
55
2
TP9
1
RESET
2
3
4
14
2
AD1939_SOFT_RESET
OR4N
13
OR4P
NC4
47
AGND5
AGND4
C257
10UF
0805
48
AGND3
46
AGND2
44
AGND1
4
1
AD1939
LQFP64
FILTR
DGND2
VDRIVE
AD1939_CM
CM
VSENSE
33
25
VSUPPLY
DGND1
24
2
AD1939_LF
52
16
23
DB25F
DAC8P
61
LF
C266
0.01UF
0402
13
DAC8N
12
NC3
DB25F
27
64
NC2
25
13
C259
5600PF
0805
DAC7P
12
OUT1N
25
26
63
OL4P
24
OUT1P
12
IN1N
26
50
NC1
23
OUT2N
24
IN1P
C258
390PF
0603
DAC7N
10
OUT2P
23
27
49
10
11
DAC6P
11
OL4N
SN74LVC1G08
SOT23-5
3.3V
OR3P
RESET
10
11
R461
562.0
0603
DAC6N
8
9
OUT3N
22
DAC5P
OR3N
21
OUT3P
9
22
DAC5N
9
U27
8
21
IN3P
A3V
DAC4P
OL3P
20
OUT4N
8
IN2N
6
7
OUT4P
20
DAC4N
7
MCLKO_XO
19
7
IN2P
42
6
OUT5N
19
DAC3P
OR2N
18
OUT5P
6
DAC3N
43
17
OUT6N
18
IN3N
OL2P
4
OUT6P
5
NOTE: THE NUMBER INSIDE EACH OF THE CIRCLES IS THE ACTUAL
PIN NUMBER FOR THE RESPECTIVE CONNECTOR.
DAC2P
40
OL3N
5
DAC2N
41
MCLKI_XI
3
DAC1P
OR1P
CLATCH
4
IN4N
39
COUT
IN2 (R)
DAC1N
OL1P
OL2N
5
1
3
OUT7N
16
IN4P
36
CIN
IN2 (L)
15
OUT7P
3
5
ADC4LP
37
CCLK
IN1 (R)
3
ADC4LN
59
DSDATA4
6
ADC3LP
60
OL1N
4
17
ADC3LN
57
DSDATA3
IN1 (L)
ADC2LP
58
DSDATA2
6
16
ADC2LN
OR2P
AD1939_CLKIN
14
OUT8N
2
ADC1LP
56
ADC2LP
4
ADC1LN
38
34
OUT2 (R)
2
OR1N
SPI_CLK
OUT2 (L)
15
ADC2LN
DBCLK
OUT1 (R)
1
OUT8P
14
C256
0.1UF
0603
C254
10UF
0805
C255
0.1UF
0603
C262
22PF
0805
HEADPHONE OUT (SHARED WITH OUT3/DAC5&6)
R486
10.0K
0402
3.3V
3.3V
R262
33
0402
R496
33
0402
ABCLK_Z
ABCLK
ASDATA1_Z
R257
33
0402
R259
10K
0402
3
ASDATA1
R493
5K
RES_POT_DUAL
R495
33
0402
R494
10K
0402
DBCLK
1
ASDATA2_Z
ASDATA2
1
R258
33
0402
2
2
OUT3_SE_R
ON
SW23
1
OUT3_SE_L
J8
R489
100.0
0402
3.3V
C263
22PF
0805
3
CT60
10UF
CAP002
LOOPBACK CONNECTOR
FOR TESTING PURPOSES ONLY
DEFAULT: ALL OFF
R261
33
0402
AD1939_CLKIN
A3V
3.3V
3.3V
7
3
6
4
5
3
C142
0.01UF
0402
C137
0.01UF
0402
C138
0.01UF
0402
C139
0.01UF
0402
C140
0.01UF
0402
4
4
C136
0.01UF
0402
C141
0.01UF
0402
ON
SW25
1
1
IN2_SE_L
2
CON001
4
2
8
7
3
6
4
5
2
2
R484
100K
0402
1
R490
100.0
0402
3
AD8397
SOIC_N8_EP
AD1939_VREF
5V
AD1939_VREF
5V
OUT1_SE_R
OUT3_SE_L
OUT3_SE_R
C271
0.1UF
0402
C264
0.1UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C265
10UF
0805
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
OUT2_SE_L
3
4
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
AUDIO PAGE 1
Title
OUT2_SE_R
OUT4_SE_L
OUT4_SE_R
Size
DIP4
SWT018
B
R483
100K
0402
U31
Board No.
C
Date
A
3
OUT1_SE_L
DIP4
SWT018
IN2_SE_R
AD1939 OSC
8
2
2
IN1_SE_R
SW24
1
ON
IN1_SE_L
1
GND
12.288MHZ 2
OSC003
R491
10.0K
0402
3
AD1939 OSC
3
CT57
47UF
ELEC_6MM
R492
0
0402
R487
10.0K
0402
R493
5K
RES_POT_DUAL
3.3V
OUT
5
4
4
5
OE
AD8397
SOIC_N8_EP
AD1939_VREF
NOTE: A USER NEEDS TO TURN SWITCH SW23
ON IN ORDER TO USE THE HEAD PHONE CONNECTOR.
1
1
5
DIP2
SWT020
DLRCLK
4
VDD
CT58
47UF
ELEC_6MM
R485
0
0402
U31
7
SW23: HEAD PHONE ENABLE
DEFAULT: ALL OFF
ALRCLK
AD1939_CS
U12
6
3
ALRCLK_Z
R260
10K
0402
R488
10.0K
0402
2
R263
33
0402
AD1939_SOFT_RESET
CT59
10UF
CAP002
6
C
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
9
of
17
A
B
C
D
IN1
C143
300PF
0603
Bottom Left (White)
CT1
22UF
ELEC_4MM
J4
CON_RCA_6B
1
3
R266
5.76K
0603
R264
4.99K
0603
1
IN1_SE_L
R265
49.9K
0603
1
U20
2
1
SW15
1
ON
1
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
CT62
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R267
237.0
0603
ADC1LN
5V
5
ADC1_DIFF-
4
IN1P
3
IN1_C
12
2
2
IN1_R
ADC1_DIFF-
3
6
C144
1000PF
0402
DIP6
SWT017
IN1_R
IN1_C
R268
37.4K
0402
C145
300PF
0603
R269
5.76K
0603
C147
100PF
0402
R273
4.99K
0603
R286
806
0402
CT63
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R272
237.0
0603
AD1939_VREF
R287
1.0K
0402
ADC1LP
2
CT3
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R274
100.0
0402
5V
2
7
5
AD1939_VREF
R271
49.9K
0603
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C148
0.1UF
0402
C151
0.1UF
0402
IN1 (LEFT) SETTINGS
SINGLE ENDED USE DIFFERENTIAL USE
SWITCH
RCA IN (DEFAULT)
DB25 IN (P8)
SW15.1
ON
OFF
SW15.2
OFF
ON
SW15.3
ON
OFF
SW15.4
OFF
ON
SW15.5
ON
OFF
SW15.6
OFF
ON
NOTE: DIFFERENTIAL USE REQUIRES A DB25 TO XLR CABLE.
C157
300PF
0603
Bottom Right (Red)
CT5
22UF
ELEC_4MM
J4
CON_RCA_6B
5
R281
5.76K
0603
R279
4.99K
0603
IN1_SE_R
R282
49.9K
0603
2
U21
2
1
SW16
1
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
5
ADC2_DIFF-
4
IN2_C
IN2P
3
IN2_R
12
2
2
3
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
CT65
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R280
237.0
0603
IN1 (RIGHT) SETTINGS
SINGLE ENDED USE DIFFERENTIAL USE
SWITCH
RCA IN (DEFAULT)
DB25 IN (P8)
SW16.1
ON
OFF
SW16.2
OFF
ON
SW16.3
ON
OFF
SW16.4
OFF
ON
SW16.5
ON
OFF
SW16.6
OFF
ON
NOTE: DIFFERENTIAL USE REQUIRES A DB25 TO XLR CABLE.
ADC2LN
7
6
6
ADC2_DIFF-
3
ON
1
CT61
100UF
C
C150
1000PF
0402
U20
6
IN1N
C161
10UF
0805
C154
1000PF
0402
DIP6
SWT017
IN2_R
IN2_C
R276
37.4K
0402
C153
300PF
0603
R277
5.76K
0603
C155
100PF
0402
R278
4.99K
0603
CT64
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R285
237.0
0603
3
ADC2LP
CT6
22UF
ELEC_4MM
6
IN2N
R275
100.0
0402
R284
49.9K
0603
C159
1000PF
0402
U21
5V
7
5
AD1939_VREF
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C152
0.1UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
C160
0.1UF
0402
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
AUDIO PAGE 2
Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
10
of
17
A
B
C
D
IN2
C173
300PF
0603
Bottom Left (White)
CT11
22UF
ELEC_4MM
J5
CON_RCA_6B
3
R303
5.76K
0603
R305
4.99K
0603
IN2_SE_L
1
1
R302
49.9K
0603
1
U22
2
1
SW18
1
ON
1
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
5
ADC3_DIFF-
4
IN3P
3
IN3_C
12
2
2
IN3_R
ADC3_DIFF-
3
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
CT66
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R304
237.0
0603
ADC3LN
6
C176
1000PF
0402
DIP6
SWT017
IN3_R
IN3_C
R308
37.4K
0402
C177
300PF
0603
R307
5.76K
0603
C175
100PF
0402
R306
4.99K
0603
CT67
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R299
237.0
0603
ADC3LP
CT10
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R309
100.0
0402
2
5V
7
5
AD1939_VREF
R300
49.9K
0603
IN2 (LEFT) SETTINGS
SINGLE ENDED USE DIFFERENTIAL USE
SWITCH
RCA IN (DEFAULT)
DB25 IN (P8)
SW18.1
ON
OFF
SW18.2
OFF
ON
SW18.3
ON
OFF
SW18.4
OFF
ON
SW18.5
ON
OFF
SW18.6
OFF
ON
NOTE: DIFFERENTIAL USE REQUIRES A DB25 TO XLR CABLE.
C171
1000PF
0402
U22
6
IN3N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C178
0.1UF
0402
C170
0.1UF
0402
C179
300PF
0603
IN2 (RIGHT) SETTINGS
SINGLE ENDED USE DIFFERENTIAL USE
SWITCH
RCA IN (DEFAULT)
DB25 IN (P8)
SW17.1
ON
OFF
SW17.2
OFF
ON
SW17.3
ON
OFF
SW17.4
OFF
ON
SW17.5
ON
OFF
SW17.6
OFF
ON
NOTE: DIFFERENTIAL USE REQUIRES A DB25 TO XLR CABLE.
Bottom Right (Red)
CT8
22UF
ELEC_4MM
J5
CON_RCA_6B
5
R294
5.76K
0603
R292
4.99K
0603
IN2_SE_R
R295
49.9K
0603
2
U23
2
1
SW17
1
11
3
10
4
9
ADC4_DIFF-
5
8
6
7
5
IN4P
4
IN4_C
3
3
12
2
2
IN4_R
ADC4_DIFF-
3
ON
1
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
CT68
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R293
237.0
0603
2
3
ADC4LN
6
C164
1000PF
0402
DIP6
SWT017
IN4_R
IN4_C
R289
37.4K
0402
C163
300PF
0603
R290
5.76K
0603
C165
100PF
0402
R291
4.99K
0603
CT69
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R298
237.0
0603
ADC4LP
CT9
22UF
ELEC_4MM
6
IN4N
R288
100.0
0402
R297
49.9K
0603
AD1939_VREF
C168
1000PF
0402
U23
5V
7
5
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C162
0.1UF
0402
C169
0.1UF
0402
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
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Date
A
B
C
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Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
11
of
17
A
B
C
D
C193
680PF
0402
R325
2.43K
0402
R338
2.67K
0402
5
DAC1P
R340
100.0
0402
U24
OUT1
CT19
22UF
ELEC_4MM
7
OUT1P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R341
750.0
0402
R343
49.9K
0603
1
R312
6.81K
0603
5V
R313
4.99K
0603
C192
620PF
0402
5V
C188
0.1UF
0402
1
5V
C189
0.1UF
0402
C191
0.1UF
0402
AD1939_VREF
MIddle Left (White)
R311
4.99K
0603
C184
22UF
ELEC_5MM
J4
CT49
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R335
100.0
0402
U25
3
CON_RCA_6B
1
OUT1_SE_L
4
2
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R314
4.99K
0603
C181
620PF
0402
R475
100K
0402
1
R342
4.99K
0603
R339
6.81K
0603
R317
750.0
0402
2
2
R315
2.43K
0402
CT18
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R331
100.0
0402
U24
R316
2.67K
0402
2
AD1939_VREF
1
OUT1N
3
DAC1N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C267
0.1UF
0402
R310
49.9K
0603
C182
680PF
0402
C183
680PF
0402
R319
2.43K
0402
R318
2.67K
0402
5
DAC2P
CT14
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R332
100.0
0402
U26
7
OUT2P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R320
750.0
0402
R336
49.9K
0603
R329
6.81K
0603
R324
4.99K
0603
C186
620PF
0402
3
3
AD1939_VREF
Middle Right (Red)
R328
4.99K
0603
C180
22UF
ELEC_5MM
J4
CT50
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R334
100.0
0402
U25
5
CON_RCA_6B
7
OUT1_SE_R
6
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R326
4.99K
0603
C187
620PF
0402
R476
100K
0402
2
R327
4.99K
0603
R330
6.81K
0603
R321
750.0
0402
2
R323
2.43K
0402
R333
100.0
0402
U26
R322
2.67K
0402
CT16
22UF
ELEC_4MM
1
ANALOG
DEVICES
OUT2N
3
DAC2N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
4
R337
49.9K
0603
C185
680PF
0402
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Date
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Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
12
of
17
A
B
C
D
C206
680PF
0402
R374
2.43K
0402
R373
2.67K
0402
5
DAC3P
OUT2
CT24
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R361
100.0
0402
U28
7
OUT3P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R372
750.0
0402
R369
49.9K
0603
R370
6.81K
0603
1
5V
5V
1
R371
4.99K
0603
C204
620PF
0402
5V
C200
0.1UF
0402
C199
0.1UF
0402
C197
0.1UF
0402
AD1939_VREF
MIddle Left (White)
R352
4.99K
0603
C205
22UF
ELEC_5MM
3
J5
CT51
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R351
100.0
0402
U29
CON_RCA_6B
1
OUT2_SE_L
4
2
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R349
4.99K
0603
C194
620PF
0402
R477
100K
0402
1
R357
4.99K
0603
R355
6.81K
0603
R345
750.0
0402
2
R375
2.43K
0402
2
CT23
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R358
100.0
0402
U28
R377
2.67K
0402
AD1939_VREF
1
2
OUT3N
3
DAC3N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
C268
0.1UF
0402
R363
49.9K
0603
C207
680PF
0402
C203
680PF
0402
R346
2.43K
0402
R368
2.67K
0402
5
DAC4P
CT27
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R360
100.0
0402
U30
7
OUT4P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R376
750.0
0402
R364
49.9K
0603
R356
6.81K
0603
R350
4.99K
0603
C195
620PF
0402
3
3
AD1939_VREF
Middle Right (Red)
R353
4.99K
0603
C196
22UF
ELEC_5MM
5
J5
CT52
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R362
100.0
0402
U29
CON_RCA_6B
7
OUT2_SE_R
6
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R366
4.99K
0603
C201
620PF
0402
R478
100K
0402
2
R354
4.99K
0603
R365
6.81K
0603
R348
750.0
0402
2
R347
2.43K
0402
R359
100.0
0402
U30
R367
2.67K
0402
CT28
22UF
ELEC_4MM
1
OUT4N
3
DAC4N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
4
ANALOG
DEVICES
R344
49.9K
0603
C202
680PF
0402
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Date
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Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
13
of
17
A
B
C
D
C220
680PF
0402
R408
2.43K
0402
R407
2.67K
0402
5
DAC5P
OUT3
CT32
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R395
100.0
0402
U32
7
OUT5P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R406
750.0
0402
R403
49.9K
0603
1
R404
6.81K
0603
5V
R405
4.99K
0603
C218
620PF
0402
5V
C214
0.1UF
0402
1
5V
C213
0.1UF
0402
C211
0.1UF
0402
AD1939_VREF
Top Left (White)
R386
4.99K
0603
C219
22UF
ELEC_5MM
J4
CT53
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R385
100.0
0402
U33
3
CON_RCA_6B
1
OUT3_SE_L
9
2
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R383
4.99K
0603
C208
620PF
0402
R479
100K
0402
7
R391
4.99K
0603
R389
6.81K
0603
R379
750.0
0402
2
2
R409
2.43K
0402
CT31
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R392
100.0
0402
U32
R411
2.67K
0402
AD1939_VREF
1
2
OUT5N
3
DAC5N
C269
0.1UF
0402
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R397
49.9K
0603
C221
680PF
0402
C217
680PF
0402
R380
2.43K
0402
R402
2.67K
0402
5
DAC6P
CT35
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R394
100.0
0402
U34
7
OUT6P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R410
750.0
0402
R398
49.9K
0603
R390
6.81K
0603
R384
4.99K
0603
C209
620PF
0402
3
3
AD1939_VREF
Top Right (Red)
R387
4.99K
0603
C210
22UF
ELEC_5MM
J4
CT54
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R396
100.0
0402
U33
5
CON_RCA_6B
7
OUT3_SE_R
10
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R400
4.99K
0603
C215
620PF
0402
R480
100K
0402
8
R388
4.99K
0603
R399
6.81K
0603
R382
750.0
0402
2
R381
2.43K
0402
R393
100.0
0402
U34
R401
2.67K
0402
CT36
22UF
ELEC_4MM
1
ANALOG
DEVICES
OUT6N
3
DAC6N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
4
R378
49.9K
0603
C216
680PF
0402
Board No.
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Date
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B
C
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Title
Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
14
of
17
A
B
C
D
C234
680PF
0402
R442
2.43K
0402
R441
2.67K
0402
5
DAC7P
OUT4
CT40
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R429
100.0
0402
U36
7
OUT7P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R440
750.0
0402
R437
49.9K
0603
R438
6.81K
0603
1
5V
5V
1
R439
4.99K
0603
C232
620PF
0402
5V
C228
0.1UF
0402
C227
0.1UF
0402
C225
0.1UF
0402
AD1939_VREF
Top Left (White)
R420
4.99K
0603
C233
22UF
ELEC_5MM
3
J5
CT55
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R419
100.0
0402
U37
CON_RCA_6B
1
OUT4_SE_L
9
2
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R417
4.99K
0603
C222
620PF
0402
R481
100K
0402
7
R425
4.99K
0603
R423
6.81K
0603
R413
750.0
0402
2
R443
2.43K
0402
2
CT39
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R426
100.0
0402
U36
R445
2.67K
0402
2
AD1939_VREF
1
OUT7N
3
DAC7N
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R431
49.9K
0603
C235
680PF
0402
C270
0.1UF
0402
C231
680PF
0402
R414
2.43K
0402
R436
2.67K
0402
5
DAC8P
CT43
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R428
100.0
0402
U38
7
OUT8P
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R444
750.0
0402
R432
49.9K
0603
R424
6.81K
0603
R418
4.99K
0603
C223
620PF
0402
3
3
AD1939_VREF
Top Right (Red)
C224
22UF
ELEC_5MM
R421
4.99K
0603
5
J5
CT56
22UF
ELEC_4MM
R430
100.0
0402
U37
CON_RCA_6B
7
OUT4_SE_R
10
6
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R434
4.99K
0603
C229
620PF
0402
R482
100K
0402
8
R422
4.99K
0603
R433
6.81K
0603
R416
750.0
0402
2
R415
2.43K
0402
R427
100.0
0402
U38
R435
2.67K
0402
CT44
22UF
ELEC_4MM
1
OUT8N
3
DAC8N
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8652ARZ
SOIC_N8
R412
49.9K
0603
C230
680PF
0402
4
Board No.
C
Date
A
B
C
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Size
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-15-2010_15:12
D
15
of
17
A
B
5V
C
D
3.3V
P2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
DAI_P1
1
15
DAI_P2
17
DAI_P3
19
DAI_P4
21
DPI_P14
23
DPI_P4
25
DPI_P1
27
DPI_P2
29
DPI_P8
31
DPI_P9
33
DPI_P12
35
RESET
37
FLAG0/IRQ0
39
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
41
DAI_P9
43
DAI_P10
45
DAI_P11
47
DAI_P12
49
DAI_P13
51
DAI_P14
53
55
57
2
59
3
DSP PIN
NAME
DAI_P1
DAI_P2
DAI_P3
DAI_P4
DAI_P5
DAI_P6
DAI_P7
DAI_P8
DAI_P9
DAI_P10
DAI_P11
DAI_P12
DAI_P13
DAI_P14
DAI_P15
DAI_P16
DAI_P17
DAI_P18
DAI_P19
DAI_P20
GND1
PWR_IN1
GND2
PWR_IN2
GND3
VDDIO1
GND4
VDDIO2
GND5
3.3V1
GND6
3.3V2
DAI1
DAI5
DAI2
DAI6
DAI3
DAI7
DAI4
DAI8
DPI14
DPI13
DPI4
DPI3
DPI1
DPI5
DPI2
DPI6
DPI8
DPI7
DPI9
DPI10
DPI12
DPI11
RESET
NC
FLAG0
FLAG1
FLAG2
FLAG3
DAI9
DAI15
DAI10
DAI16
DAI11
DAI17
DAI12
DAI18
DAI13
DAI19
DAI14
DAI20
RSVD1
RSVD2
RSVD3
RSVD4
RSVD5
RSVD6
RSVD7
RSVD8
IDC30X2_SMTA
2
4
ADDR1
6
ADDR3
8
ADDR5
10
ADDR7
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
ADDR9
DAI_P5
DAI_P6
ADDR13
DAI_P7
ADDR15
DAI_P8
ADDR17
DPI_P13
ADDR19
DPI_P3
ADDR21
DPI_P5
ADDR23
DPI_P6
DPI_P7
DPI_P10
DPI_P11
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
ADDR11
WR
FLAG1/IRQ1
ACK
FLAG3/MS3
MS1
DAI_P15
FLAG3/MS3
DAI_P16
DAI_P17
DAI_P18
DAI_P19
DAI_P20
54
RESETOUT
FLAG0/IRQ0
56
FLAG1/IRQ1
58
DATA1
60
DATA3
DATA5
PERIPHERAL NET
CONNECTED
CONNECTED TO
VIA SWITCH
SPDIF_OUT
SW1.1
AD1939_SOFT_RESET
SW1.2
LED4
SW1.3
LED5
SW1.4
ASDATA1
SW1.5
ASDATA2
SW1.6
ABCLK
SW1.7
ALRCLK
SW1.8
DSDATA4
SW2.1
DSDATA3
SW2.2
DSDATA2
SW2.3
DSDATA1
SW2.4
DBCLK
SW2.5
DLRCLK
SW2.6
LED6
SW2.7
LED7
SW2.8
LED8
SW7.1
SPDIF_IN
SW7.2
PB3
SW7.3
PB4
SW7.4
SWITCH
DEFAULT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
DATA7
DATA9
DATA11
DATA13
DATA15
3.3V
5V
J1
2
ADDR1
4
ADDR3
6
ADDR5
8
ADDR7
10
ADDR9
12
ADDR11
14
ADDR13
16
ADDR15
18
ADDR17
20
ADDR19
22
ADDR21
24
ADDR23
26
ADDR25
28
ADDR27
30
ADDR29
32
ADDR31
34
WR
36
ACK
38
MS1
40
MS3
42
RSVD2
44
RSVD4
46
RSVD6
48
RSVD8
50
CLKOUT
52
FLAG0
54
FLAG1
56
DATA1
58
DATA3
60
DATA5
62
DATA7
64
DATA9
66
DATA11
68
DATA13
70
DATA15
72
DATA17
74
DATA19
76
DATA21
78
DATA23
80
DATA25
82
DATA27
84
DATA29
86
DATA31
88
RSVD10
90
RSVD12
92
RSVD14
94
RSVD16
96
PWR_IN1
98
PWR_IN2
100
VDDIO1
102
VDDIO2
104
3.3V1
QMS52X2_SMT
ADDR0
ADDR2
ADDR4
ADDR6
ADDR8
ADDR10
ADDR12
ADDR14
ADDR16
ADDR18
ADDR20
ADDR22
ADDR24
ADDR26
ADDR28
ADDR30
RD
RSVD1
MS0
MS2
RSVD3
RSVD5
RSVD7
RSVD9
RESET
FLAG2
FLAG3
DATA0
DATA2
DATA4
DATA6
DATA8
DATA10
DATA12
DATA14
DATA16
DATA18
DATA20
DATA22
DATA24
DATA26
DATA28
DATA30
RSVD11
RSVD13
RSVD15
RSVD17
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
3.3V2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
RN41
ADDR0
ADDR2
ADDR6
ADDR4
END OF LINE RC NETWORKS ARE
ADDR6
DO NOT POPULATED BY DEFAULT.
ADDR8
ADDR4
ADDR2
ADDR0
ADDR10
ADDR12
THESE ARE HERE IN CASE THEY
ADDR14
ARE NEEDED IN THE FUTURE.
ADDR16
ADDR18
ADDR7
ADDR20
ADDR5
ADDR22
ADDR3
25
ADDR1
4
DSP PIN
NAME
DPI_P1
DPI_P2
DPI_P3
DPI_P4
DPI_P5
DPI_P6
DPI_P9
DPI_P10
DPI_P11
DPI_P12
DPI_P13
DPI_P14
PERIPHERAL NET
CONNECTED TO
SPI_MOSI
SPI_MISO
SPI_CLK
AD1939_CS
SPI_CS
LED1
UART_TX
UART_RX
UART_RTS
UART_CTS
LED2
LED3
CONNECTED
VIA SWITCH
SW3.1
SW3.2
SW3.3
SW3.4
SW3.5
SW3.6
SW14.1
SW14.2
SW14.3
SW14.4
SW14.5
SW14.6
SWITCH
DEFAULT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
PERIPHERAL NET
CONNECTED TO
SDRAM_CS
FLASH_CS
PB1
PB2
SRAM_CS
RESET
29
31
33
RN48
RD
35
37
39
1
DATA3
R1A
2
DATA1
MS0
DATA2
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
DATA0
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
7
2
C1A
C1B
C2A
6
3
5
4
C2B
C3A
C3B
C4A
C4B
R3B
R4B
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
82
RNS005
DNP
47PF
CNET8
DNP
RN42
CN2
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
5
1
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
5
82
RNS005
DNP
47PF
CNET8
DNP
RN47
CN9
43
82
RNS005
DNP
47PF
CNET8
DNP
RN43
CN3
8
7
ADDR11
6
ADDR9
5
ADDR10
ADDR8
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
82
RNS005
DNP
45
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
5
47PF
CNET8
DNP
47
RN45
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
RESET
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
DATA4
FLAG3/MS3
DATA6
DATA0
DATA7
DATA2
DATA5
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
DATA4
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
7
2
6
3
5
C1A
C2A
DATA8
1
DATA8
R1A
DATA12
2
DATA9
R2A
DATA14
71
DATA10
73
DATA11
3
R3A
4
R4A
75
C4A
79
1
DATA12
83
R1A
2
DATA13
85
R2A
3
DATA14
87
R3A
4
DATA15
R4A
ADDR18
7
ADDR19
6
ADDR16
5
ADDR17
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
1
7
2
6
3
5
4
C1B
C2A
C2B
C3A
C3B
C4A
C4B
8
7
6
5
ADDR22
ADDR20
ADDR23
ADDR21
47PF
CNET8
DNP
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
7
2
6
3
5
4
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
C1A
C1B
C2A
C2B
C3A
C3B
C4A
C4B
7
6
5
ADDR12
ADDR14
ADDR13
ADDR15
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
2
5
CN7
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
5
47PF
CNET8
DNP
RN44
8
C1B
47PF
CNET8
DNP
82
RNS005
DNP
CN11
1
CN6
8
RN40
C1A
8
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
82
RNS005
DNP
CN10
8
RN53
81
C4B
8
47PF
CNET8
DNP
82
RNS005
DNP
77
C3B
4
RN54
DATA10
C2B
C3A
82
RNS005
DNP
DATA6
C1B
CN4
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
7
6
5
89
82
RNS005
DNP
91
47PF
CNET8
DNP
82
RNS005
DNP
47PF
CNET8
DNP
93
RN46
CN5
95
97
MS0
99
RD
101
MS1
103
WR
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
R1B
R2B
R3B
R4B
8
1
C1A
2
C2A
3
C3A
4
C4A
7
6
5
82
RNS005
DNP
CONNECTED
VIA SWITCH
SW13.1
SW13.2
SW13.3
SW13.4
SW13.5
SW13.6
C1B
C2B
C3B
C4B
8
3
7
6
5
47PF
CNET8
DNP
SWITCH
DEFAULT
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
NOTE: SHUTTING OFF ANY OF THE SWITCHES FOR EXPANSION USE
WILL CAUSE LOSS OF FUNCTIONALITY TO THE RESPECTIVE
PERIPHERAL ON THE EZ-BOARD.
ANALOG
DEVICES
Title
Size
Date
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
EXPANSION II INTERFACE
Board No.
C
B
R2B
8
CN8
41
NOTE: SHUTTING OFF ANY OF THE SWITCHES FOR EXPANSION USE
WILL CAUSE LOSS OF FUNCTIONALITY TO THE RESPECTIVE
PERIPHERAL ON THE EZ-BOARD.
A
R1B
27
NOTE: SHUTTING OFF ANY OF THE SWITCHES FOR EXPANSION USE
WILL CAUSE LOSS OF FUNCTIONALITY TO THE RESPECTIVE
PERIPHERAL ON THE EZ-BOARD.
DSP PIN
NAME
MS0
MS1
FLAG1/IRQ1
FLAG2/IRQ2/MS2
FLAG3/MS3
WDTRSTO
1
R1A
2
R2A
3
R3A
4
R4A
CN1
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
16
of
17
A
B
C
D
5V
ANALOG AUDIO (AD1939) POWER
F1
5A
FUS005
FER4
190
FER002
4
5V
3
1
2
A3V
VR1
P5
1
1
C236
1000PF
1206
3
D2
MBRS540T3G
5A
SMC
2
1
C245
10UF
1210
IN
D6
GSOT05
30A
SOT23-3
5
OUT
R473
31.6K
0603
3
EN
2
4
GND
C260
1UF
0603
POWER
CON045
ADJ
ADP1710
TSOT5
1
R474
10.0K
0402
"5V"
D4
SK12
1A
DO-214AA
C261
1UF
0603
D7
GSOT03
30A
SOT23-3
5V
FER2
600
1206
C251
1000PF
1206
R501
4.7K
0402
R502
8.20K
0603
VDDEXT
FER3
600
1206
5V
R498
0
0402
U35
SHGND
R500
16.9K
0402
SHGND
6
VDD
1
EN_IN
3
VIN
4
EN_OUT
5
CEXT
GND
2
ADM1085
SC70_6
R499
10.0K
0402
C250
10UF
1210
C247
10UF
0805
DNP
C272
10000PF
0402
DNP
Remove P14 when measuring VDDINT
SJ2
1.2V @ 2A
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
PGND2
R454
24.9K
0603
2
R456
0.036
1206
VR3
5
5V
TP19 TP11 TP12 TP13 TP18 TP17 TP14 TP15 TP10 TP16 TP3
4
CS
LABEL "GND" ON ALL TPs
TP4
3
FB
6
R458
0
0603
PGATE
GND
2
R455
80.6K
0603
C273
0.1UF
0402
ADP1864AUJZ
SOT23-6
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
L2
2.5UH
IND013
2
2
VDDINT
TP7
R459
0.05
1206
D3
MBRS540T3G
5A
SMC
SI7601DN
ICS010
R453
42.2K
0402
P7
1
IDC2X1
GND Test Points are scattered on PCB for Test Measurement Purposes.
C249
68PF
0603
TP6
U16
IN
1
COMP
C248
470PF
0603
R457
0.036
1206
CT47
470UF
D2E
CT48
2.2UF
B
DNP
C246
4.7UF
0805
D9
VESD01-02V-GS08
7A
SOD-523
PGND2
W2
COPPER
PGND2
4A
PGND2
PGND2
5V
3
3
C244
10UF
1210
Remove P15 when measuring VDDEXT
C241
10UF
0805
DNP
SJ3
SHORTING
JUMPER
DEFAULT=INSTALLLED
3.3V @ 2A
PGND
R448
24.9K
0603
"VDDEXT"
R450
0.036
1206
VR2
TP5
5
1
3
IDC2X1
6
FB
PGATE
GND
2
R449
80.6K
0603
1
ADP1864AUJZ
SOT23-6
R452
0
0603
R447
255.0K
0603
2
VDDEXT
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
TP8
L1
2.5UH
IND013
D1
MBRS540T3G
5A
SMC
SI7601DN
ICS010
4
P6
1
COMP
4
C243
68PF
0603
3.3V
U15
IN
CS
C242
470PF
0603
R451
0.036
1206
R460
0.05
1206
CT45
220UF
D2E
CT46
2.2UF
B
DNP
C240
4.7UF
0805
D8
GSOT03
30A
SOT23-3
ANALOG
DEVICES
PGND
PGND
W1
COPPER
4A
Size
A
B
Board No.
C
Date
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21479 EZ-BOARD
POWER
Title
PGND
PGND
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0229-2009
0.1B
Sheet
3-9-2010_15:24
D
17
of
17
I
INDEX
A
C
ABCLK signal, 1-21, 2-3, 2-8
AD1939 codec, 1-20
DAI connections, 2-3, 2-8, 2-9, 2-14
DPI connections, 2-5, 2-9
AD1939_CS signal, 2-9
AD1939_SOFT_RESET signal, 2-8
alarm function, 1-18
ALRCLK signal, 1-21, 2-8
analog audio interface, See audio
analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), See
AD1939 codec
architecture, of this EZ-Board, 2-2
ASDATA1-2 signals, 2-3, 2-8
audio
codec, See also AD1939 codec
interface, 1-20
left select switch (SW15), 2-14
left select switch (SW18), 2-16
loopback switches (SW24-25), 2-18
RCA connectors (J4-5), 1-20, 2-25
right select switches (SW16-17), 2-14,
2-15
configuration, of this EZ-Board, 1-3
connectors
diagram of locations, 2-23
J1 (expansion interface II), 1-26, 2-24
J2 (RS-232), 2-24
J3 (MP JTAG), 1-25, 2-16, 2-24
J4-5 (RCA), 1-20, 2-25
J6 (S/PDIF in), 1-20, 2-25
J7 (S/PDIF out), 1-20, 2-25
J8 (headphones), 1-21, 2-26
P10 (MP JTAG out), 1-25, 2-16, 2-29
P1 (JTAG), 1-9, 1-24, 2-26
P2 (expansion interface II), 1-26, 2-26
P3 (VDDRTC power), 1-27, 2-27
P4 (shift register interface), 2-27
P5 (5.0V wall adaptor), 1-2, 1-9, 1-24,
2-27
P6 (VDDEXT power), 2-28
P7 (VDDINT power), 2-28
P8-9 (diff in/out), 2-28
ZP1 (debug agent), 2-29
contents, of this EZ-Board package, 1-2
core voltage, 2-2
counter function, 1-18
B
bill of materials, A-1
board design database, 1-28
board schematic (ADSP-21479), B-1
boot
modes, 2-10
mode select switch (SW4), 1-16, 2-10
D
DAI_P1-2 pins, 2-3
DAI_P15-17 pins, 2-3, 2-22
DAI_P19-20 pins, 1-24, 2-3
DAI_P3-4 pins, 2-3, 2-22
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
I-1
Index
DAI_P5-14 pins, 2-3
DB25 connector, 2-14, 2-15, 2-16
DBCLK signal, 1-21, 2-4, 2-9
debug agent connector (ZP1), 2-29
default configuration, of this EZ-Board,
1-3
differential on/out connectors (P8-9), 2-28
digital audio interface (DAI)
connections, 2-3
data transfer from codec, 1-21
SW1 switch, 1-20, 2-8
SW2 switch, 2-8
SW7 switch, 1-20, 1-24, 2-11, 2-12
digital peripheral interface (DPI)
connections, 2-5
data transfer from codec, 1-21
SPI memory connections, 1-16
SW14 switch, 1-22, 2-5, 2-13
SW3 switch, 1-16, 2-9
digital-to-analog converters (DACs), See
AD1939 codec
DLRCLK signal, 1-21, 2-4, 2-9
DPI_13-14 pins, 2-22
DPI_P6 pin, 2-22
DSDATA1-4 signals, 2-3, 2-8
DSP clock config switch (SW5), 2-10
F
features, of this EZ-Board, xii
FLAG1 pin, 1-24
FLAG2 pin, 1-24
FLASH_CS signal, 2-13
flash WP jumper (JP1), 2-20
G
general-purpose IO pins (GPIO), 1-23,
2-12
H
headphones
enable switch (SW23), 1-22, 2-18
out connector (J8), 2-26
I
input clock frequency, 1-18
installation, of this EZ-Board, 1-3, 1-9
CCES, 1-5
Integrated Interchip Sound (I2C) mode,
1-21
internal memory space, 1-13
IO voltage, 2-2
IRQ0-2 pins, 1-24
E
evaluation license
CCES, 1-11
example programs, 1-28
expansion interface II
J1 connector, 1-26, 2-24
P2 connector, 1-26, 2-26
external memory space, 1-13, 1-14
external port enable switch (SW13), 1-15,
1-17, 1-24, 2-6, 2-12
I-2
J
J3 (MP JTAG) connector, 1-25, 2-16, 2-24
J8 (headphones) connector, 1-21
JTAG, 2-16
interface, 1-24
cables, 2-16, 2-24, 2-29
P1 connector, 1-9, 1-24, 2-26
SW19-22 switches, 1-25, 2-16
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
Index
jumpers
diagram of locations, 2-19
JP1 (flash WP), 2-20
JP2 (S/PDIF loopback), 2-20
JP3 (UART RTS/CTS), 2-20
JP4 (UART loopback), 2-20
JP5 (processor audio oscillator), 2-20
L
LEDs
diagram of locations, 2-21
connections, 1-23, 2-22
LED10 (reset), 2-22
LED1 (DPI_P6, SW3), 2-5, 2-9
LED2 (DPI_P13, SW14), 2-5, 2-13
LED3 (DPI_14, SW14), 2-5, 2-13
LED4 (DAI_P3, SW1), 1-9, 2-3, 2-8
LED5 (DAI_P4, SW1), 2-3, 2-8
LED6 (DAIP15, SW2), 2-4, 2-9
LED7 (DAI_16, SW2), 2-4, 2-9
LED8 (DAI_P17, SW7), 2-4, 2-11
LED9 (power), 2-22
license restrictions, 1-12
P
P10 (MP JTAG out) connector, 1-25,
2-16, 2-29
package contents, 1-2
parallel flash memory, xii, 1-15, 2-12
PB1-2 push buttons, 2-6, 2-13
PB3-4 push buttons, 2-11
POST (power-on-self test) program, 1-15,
1-27
power
5V wall adaptor connector (P5), 1-2, 1-9,
1-24, 2-27
connectors (P6), 2-28
connectors (P7), 2-28
LED (LED9), 2-22
measurements, 1-27
processor audio oscillator jumper (JP5),
2-20
product overview, xii
push buttons
connections, 1-24, 2-6, 2-11, 2-13
SW8-11 (IO) switches, 1-24, 2-12
R
M
master input clock (MCLK), 1-21
memory map, of this EZ-Board, 1-13
MS0 select line, 2-6, 2-13
MS1 select line, 1-15, 2-6, 2-13
MS2-3 select lines, 1-24, 2-6, 2-13
multi-processor configuration, 2-16, 2-17
RCA audio connectors (J4-5), 1-20, 2-25
real-time clock interface, 1-17
reset
LED (LED10), 2-22
push button (SW12), 2-12
RS-232 connector (J2), 2-24
S
N
notation conventions, xx
O
schematic, of ADSP-21479 EZ-Board, B-1
SDRAM_CS signal, 2-6
SDRAM interface, xii, 1-14, 2-6
serial peripheral interconnect (SPI) ports,
See SPI interface
oscilloscope, 1-27
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
I-3
Index
shift register
interface, 1-18
interface connector (P4), 2-27
signal routing units
SRU2 (DPI interface), 2-4
SRU (DAI interface), 2-3
single-processor configuration, 2-16, 2-17
SPDIF_IN signal, 1-20, 2-11
S/PDIF interface
connections, 1-20, 2-3
in connector (J6), 1-20, 2-25
loopback jumper (JP2), 2-20
out connector (J7), 1-20, 2-25
SPDIF_OUT signal, 1-20, 2-8
SPI_CLK signal, 2-5, 2-9
SPI_CS signal, 2-5, 2-9
SPI interface, 1-16
SPI_MISO signal, 2-5, 2-9
SPI_MOSI signal, 2-5, 2-9
SPORT0-7 signals, 1-19
SRAM interface, 1-13, 1-15
SR_LAT signal, 1-18
SR_SCLK signal, 1-18
SR_SDI signal, 1-19
standalone debug agent, xi, 1-9, 1-12, 1-24
startup, of this EZ-Board
CCES, 1-5
stopwatch function, 1-18
SW12 (reset) push button, 2-12
SW13 (external port enable), 1-15, 1-17,
1-24, 2-6, 2-12
SW14 (DPI 9-14 enable) switch, 1-22, 2-5,
2-13
SW15 (audio left select) switch, 2-14
SW16-17 (audio right select) switches,
2-14, 2-15
SW18 (audio left select) switch, 2-16
SW19-22 (JTAG) switches, 1-25, 2-16
SW1 (DAI 1-8 enable) switch, 1-20, 2-3,
2-8
I-4
SW23 (headphone enable) switch, 1-22,
2-18
SW24-25 (audio loopback) switches, 2-18
SW2 (DAI 9-16 enable) switch, 2-8
SW3 (DPI 1-8 enable) switch, 1-16, 2-5,
2-9
SW4 (boot mode select) switch, 1-16, 2-10
SW5 (DSP clock config), 2-10
SW7 (DAI 17-20 enable) switch, 1-20,
1-24, 2-11, 2-12
SW8-11 (IO) push buttons, 1-24, 2-12
switches, diagram of locations, 2-7
system architecture, of this EZ-Board, 2-2
T
technical support, xvi
time-division multiplexed (TDM) mode,
1-21
U
UART
interface connections, 1-22
loopback jumper (JP4), 2-20
RTS/CTS jumper (JP3), 2-20
UART_CTS signal, 1-22, 2-5, 2-13, 2-20
UART_RTS signal, 1-22, 2-5, 2-13, 2-20
UART_RX signal, 1-22, 2-5, 2-13
UART_TX signal, 1-22, 2-5, 2-13
universal asynchronous receiver
transmitter, See UART
USB monitor LED (LED4), 1-9
V
VDDEXT
power connector (P6), 2-28
voltage domain, 1-27
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
Index
VDDINT
power connector (P7), 2-28
voltage domain, 1-27
VDDRTC
power connector (P3), 1-27, 2-27
voltage domain, 1-27
voltage planes, 1-26, 1-27, 2-27, 2-28
W
watch dog timer (WDT) interface, 1-17
ADSP-21479 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual
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