ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite User's Manual (Rev. 1.2)

ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite®
Evaluation System Manual
Revision 1.2, March 2004
Part Number
82-000800-01
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
Norwood, Mass. 02062-9106
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Copyright Information
© 2004 Analog Devices, Inc., ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This document may not be reproduced in any form without prior, express written
consent from Analog Devices, Inc.
Printed in the USA.
Limited Warranty
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase
from Analog Devices or from an authorized dealer.
Disclaimer
Analog Devices, Inc. reserves the right to change this product without
prior notice. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be
accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog
Devices for its use; nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of
third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under the patent rights of Analog Devices, Inc.
Trademark and Service Mark Notice
The Analog Devices logo, VisualDSP++, the VisualDSP++ logo, SHARC,
SHARC logo, CROSSCORE, the CROSSCORE logo, and EZ-KIT Lite
are registered trademarks of Analog Devices, Inc.
All other brand and product names are trademarks or service marks of
their respective owners.
Regulatory Compliance
The ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system has been certified to
comply with the essential requirements of the European EMC directive
89/336/EEC (inclusive 93/68/EEC) and, therefore, carries the “CE”
mark.
The ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system had been appended to
the Technical Construction File referenced “DSPTOOLS1” dated
December 21, 1997 and was awarded CE Certification by an appointed
European Competent Body as listed below.
Technical Certificate No: Z600ANA1.013
Issued by:
Technology International (Europe) Limited
41 Shrivenham Hundred Business Park
Shrivenham, Swindon, SN6 8TZ, UK
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system contains ESD
(electrostatic discharge) sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human
body and equipment and can discharge without
detection. Permanent damage may occur on devices
subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD
precautions are recommended to avoid performance
degradation or loss of functionality. Store unused
EZ-KIT Lite boards in the protective shipping
package.
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PREFACE
Purpose of This Manual ................................................................. xiv
Intended Audience ......................................................................... xiv
Manual Contents ............................................................................ xv
What’s New in This Manual ............................................................ xv
Technical or Customer Support ...................................................... xvi
Supported Processors ...................................................................... xvi
Product Information ...................................................................... xvi
MyAnalog.com ........................................................................ xvii
DSP Product Information ........................................................ xvii
Related Documents ................................................................ xviii
Online Documentation ............................................................ xix
Printed Manuals ....................................................................... xix
VisualDSP++ Documentation Set ......................................... xix
Hardware Manuals ................................................................ xx
Data Sheets ........................................................................... xx
Contacting DSP Publications ..................................................... xx
Notation Conventions .................................................................... xxi
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CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED
Contents of EZ-KIT Lite Package ................................................. 1-1
PC Configuration ......................................................................... 1-3
Installation Tasks .......................................................................... 1-3
Installing VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite Software .................. 1-4
Installing and Registering VisualDSP++ License ....................... 1-4
Setting Up EZ-KIT Lite Hardware .......................................... 1-5
Installing EZ-KIT Lite USB Driver ......................................... 1-7
Windows 98 USB Driver .................................................... 1-8
Windows 2000 USB Driver .............................................. 1-12
Windows XP USB Driver ................................................. 1-13
Verifying Driver Installation .................................................. 1-15
Starting VisualDSP++ ........................................................... 1-16
USING EZ-KIT LITE
EZ-KIT Lite License Restrictions .................................................. 2-2
Using External Memory ................................................................ 2-2
Using Analog Audio ...................................................................... 2-3
Using Digital Audio ...................................................................... 2-5
Using LEDs and Push Buttons ...................................................... 2-6
Example Programs ........................................................................ 2-7
Background Telemetry Channel .................................................... 2-8
Using EZ-KIT Lite VisualDSP++ Interface .................................... 2-8
Boot Load ............................................................................... 2-8
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Target Options ........................................................................ 2-9
While Target is Halted and On Emulator Exit Options ........ 2-9
Other Options .................................................................. 2-10
Core Hang Conditions .......................................................... 2-11
Hardware Breakpoints ........................................................... 2-12
Common Hardware Breakpoint Attributes ......................... 2-13
Global Hardware Breakpoint Options ................................ 2-14
Data Hardware Breakpoints ............................................... 2-14
Instruction Hardware Breakpoints ..................................... 2-15
Other Breakpoints ............................................................. 2-17
Tips and Tricks Using Hardware Breakpoints ..................... 2-18
Latency ......................................................................... 2-18
Restrictions ................................................................... 2-18
Setting a Breakpoint on a Single Address ........................ 2-18
EZ-KIT LITE HARDWARE REFERENCE
System Architecture ...................................................................... 3-2
Parallel Port ............................................................................. 3-3
DAI Interface .......................................................................... 3-4
SPI Interface ........................................................................... 3-6
FLAG Pins .............................................................................. 3-6
Expansion Interface ................................................................. 3-7
JTAG Emulation Port .............................................................. 3-7
DIP Switch Settings ...................................................................... 3-8
Electret Microphone Select Switch (SW6) ................................ 3-9
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Codec Setup Switch (SW7) ..................................................... 3-9
SPDIF Signal Enable Switch (SW8) ....................................... 3-10
Push Button Enable Switch (SW9) ........................................ 3-10
Boot Mode and Clock Ratio Select Switch (SW10) ................ 3-11
Loop-Back Test Switch (SW11) ............................................. 3-12
LEDs and Push Buttons .............................................................. 3-12
General Purpose LEDs (LED8–1) .......................................... 3-13
Reset LEDs (LED9, LED12) ................................................. 3-14
Power LED (LED10) ............................................................ 3-14
SPDIF GPO1 LED (LED11) ................................................ 3-14
USB Monitor LED (LED13) ................................................. 3-14
Push Buttons (SW4–1) .......................................................... 3-14
Board Reset Push Button (SW5) ............................................ 3-15
Connectors ................................................................................. 3-15
Expansion Interface (J1, J2, J3) ............................................. 3-15
Audio In RCA Connector (J4) ............................................... 3-17
Audio Out RCA Connector (J5) ............................................ 3-17
Headphone Out Jack (J6) ...................................................... 3-17
Power Jack (J7) ..................................................................... 3-17
SPDIF In Coax Connector (P1) ............................................ 3-18
SPI Header (P2) .................................................................... 3-18
DAI Header (P3) .................................................................. 3-18
USB Connector (P4) ............................................................. 3-19
JTAG Header (P5) ................................................................ 3-19
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BILL OF MATERIALS
INDEX
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite®, Analog
Devices (ADI) evaluation system for SHARC® processors.
The 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 SHARC the bandwidth for sustained high-speed
computations. SHARC represents today’s de facto standard for floating-point DSP targeted for premium audio applications.
The evaluation system is designed to be used in conjunction with the
VisualDSP++® development environment to test the capabilities of the
ADSP-21262 SHARC processors. The VisualDSP++ development environment gives you the ability to perform advanced application code
development and debug, such as:
• Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written
in C++, C, and ADSP-21262 assembly
• Load, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application program
• Read and write data and program memory
• Read and write core and peripheral registers
• Plot memory
Access to the ADSP-21262 processor from a personal computer (PC) is
achieved through a USB port or an optional JTAG emulator. The USB
interface gives unrestricted access to the ADSP-21262 processor and the
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evaluation board peripherals. Analog Devices JTAG emulators offer faster
communication between the host PC and target hardware. Analog Devices
carries a wide range of in-circuit emulation products. To learn more about
Analog Devices emulators and DSP development tools, go to
http://www.analog.com/dsp/tools/.
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite provides example programs to demonstrate the
capabilities of the evaluation board.
VisualDSP++ license provided with this EZ-KIT Lite evaluaL The
tion system limits the size of a user program’s code to 10922 words
of program memory.
The board features:
• Analog Devices ADSP-21262 processor
D
D
136-pin BGA package
300 MHz Core Clock Speed
• Synchronous Read Access Memory (SRAM)
D
512 Kbit x 8-bit
• Flash Memory
D
•
1M x 8-bit
Serial Peripheral Interconnect (SPI) Flash Memory
D
512 Kbit
• Analog Audio Interface
D
D
D
D
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AD1835A codec
4x2 RCA phono jack for 4 channels of stereo output
2x1 RCA phono jack for 1 channel of stereo input
Headphone jack for 1 channel stereo output
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• Digital Audio Interface
D
D
CS8416 SPDIF receiver
RCA phono jack input
• LEDs
D
12 LEDs: 1 power (green), 1 board reset (red), 1 USB reset
(red), 1 USB monitor (amber), and 8 general purpose
(amber)
• Push Buttons
D
5 push buttons: 1 reset, 2 connected to DAI,
2 connected to DSP FLAG pins
• Expansion Interface (Type A)
D
Parallel Port, FLAGs, DAI, SPI
• Other Features
D
D
D
D
JTAG ICE 14-pin header
0-ohm resistors for DSP current measurement
SPI header
DAI header
The EZ-KIT Lite board has a total of 1 MB of parallel Flash memory and
512 Kbit of SPI Flash memory. The Flash memories can store user-specific boot code, allowing the board to run as a stand-alone unit. For more
information, see “Using External Memory” on page 2-2 and “Boot Mode
and Clock Ratio Select Switch (SW10)” on page 3-11. The board also has
512 KB of SRAM, which can be used at runtime.
The DAI of the DSP connects to the AD1835A audio codec and the
CS8416 SPDIF receiver. These devices allow you to create digital and analog audio signal processing applications. See “Using Analog Audio” on
page 2-3 and “Using Digital Audio” on page 2-5 for more information.
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Purpose of This Manual
Additionally, the EZ-KIT Lite board provides access to all of the processor’s peripheral ports. Access is provided in the form of a three-connector
expansion interface. See “Expansion Interface” on page 3-7 for details.
Purpose of This Manual
The ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual provides
instructions for using the hardware and installing the software on your
PC. The text includes guidelines for running your own code on the
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite. The manual also describes the board’s configuration and components. Finally, a schematic and a bill of materials are
provided as a reference for future ADSP-21262 board designs.
Intended Audience
This manual is a user’s guide and reference to the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT
Lite evaluation system. Programmers who are familiar with the Analog
Devices SHARC processor architecture, operation, and programming are
the primary audience for this manual.
Programmers who are unfamiliar with Analog Devices SHARC processors
can use this manual in conjunction with the ADSP-2126x SHARC Core
Reference and ADSP-21262/21266 Peripherals Manual and the
ADSP-21160 SHARC DSP Instruction Set Reference, which describe the
DSP’a architecture and instruction set. Programmers who are unfamiliar
with VisualDSP++ should refer to the VisualDSP++ online Help and the
VisualDSP++ user’s or getting started guides. For the locations of these
documents, see “Related Documents” on page -xviii.
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Manual Contents
The manual consists of:
• Chapter 2, “Getting Started” on page 1-1
Provides software and hardware installation procedures, PC system
requirements, and basic board information.
• Chapter 2, “Using EZ-KIT Lite” on page 2-1
Provides information on the EZ-KIT Lite from a programmer’s
perspective and provides an easy-to-access memory map.
• Chapter 3, “EZ-KIT Lite Hardware Reference” on page 3-1
Provides information on the hardware aspects of the evaluation
system.
• Appendix A, “Bill Of Materials” on page A-1
Provides a list of components used to manufacture the EZ-KIT
Lite board.
• Appendix B, “Schematics” on page B-1
Provides the resources to allow modifications to the EZ-KIT Lite
or to use as a reference design.
This appendix is not part of the online Help. The online Help
viewers should go the PDF version of the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT
Lite Evaluation System Manual located in the Docs\EZ-KIT Lite
Manuals folder on the installation CD to see the schematics.
What’s New in This Manual
This edition of the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
includes the updated installation and license registration procedures.
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Technical or Customer Support
Technical or Customer Support
You can reach DSP Tools Support in the following ways.
• Visit the DSP Development Tools website at
www.analog.com/technology/dsp/developmentTools/index.html
• Email questions to
[email protected]
• Phone questions to 1-800-ANALOGD
• Contact your ADI local sales office or authorized distributor
• Send questions by mail to
Analog Devices, Inc.
One Technology Way
P.O. Box 9106
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
Supported Processors
The ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system supports Analog
Devices ADSP-21262 SHARC DSPs.
Product Information
You can obtain product information from the Analog Devices website,
from the product CD-ROM, or from the printed publications (manuals).
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Analog Devices is online at www.analog.com. Our website provides information about a broad range of products—analog integrated circuits,
amplifiers, converters, and digital signal processors.
MyAnalog.com
MyAnalog.com is a free feature of the Analog Devices website that allows
customization of a webpage to display only the latest information on
products you are interested in. You can also choose to receive weekly email
notification containing updates to the webpages that meet your interests.
MyAnalog.com provides access to books, application notes, data sheets,
code examples, and more.
Registration:
Visit www.myanalog.com to sign up. Click Register to use MyAnalog.com.
Registration takes about five minutes and serves as means for you to select
the information you want to receive.
If you are already a registered user, just log on. Your user name is your
email address.
DSP Product Information
For information on digital signal processors, visit our website at
www.analog.com/dsp, which provides access to technical publications, data
sheets, application notes, product overviews, and product announcements.
You may also obtain additional information about Analog Devices and its
products in any of the following ways.
• Email questions or requests for information to
[email protected]
• Fax questions or requests for information to 1-781-461-3010
(North America) or +49 (0) 89 76903-157 (Europe)
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Product Information
Related Documents
For information on product related development software, see the following publications.
Table 1. Related DSP Publications
Title
Description
ADSP-21262 SHARC Microprocessor Datasheet
General functional description, pinout, and
timing
ADSP-2126x SHARC DSP Core Manual
ADSP-2126x SHARC DSP Peripherals Manual
Description of internal processor architecture,
registers, and all peripheral functions
ADSP-21160 SHARC DSP Instruction Set Reference
Description of all allowed processor assembly
instructions
Table 2. Related VisualDSP++ Publications
VisualDSP++ 3.5 User’s Guide for 32-Bit
Processors
Detailed description of VisualDSP++ 3.5
features and usage
VisualDSP++ 3.5 Assembler and Preprocessor
Manual for SHARC Processors
Description of the assembler function and
commands for SHARC processors
VisualDSP++ 3.5 C/C++ Complier and Library
Manual for SHARC Processors
Description of the complier function and commands for SHARC processors
VisualDSP++ 3.5 Linker and Utilities Manual
for 32-Bit Processors
Description of the linker function and commands for the 32-bit processors
VisualDSP++ 3.5 Loader Manual for 32-Bit
Processors
Description of the loader function and commands for the 32-bit processors
VisualDSP++ 3.5 User’s Guide for 32-Bit Proces- Detailed description of VisualDSP++ 3.5 feasors
tures and usage
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The listed documents can be found through online Help or in the Docs
folder of your VisualDSP++ installation. Most documents are available in
printed form.
you plan to use the EZ-KIT Lite board in conjunction with a
L IfJTAG
emulator, refer to the documentation that accompanies the
emulator.
Online Documentation
Your software installation kit includes online Help as part of the Windows® interface. These help files provide information about VisualDSP++
and the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system.
To view VisualDSP++ Help, click on the Help menu item or go to the
Windows task bar and select Start –>Programs –>Analog Devices–>VisualDSP++ for 32-bit Processors –>VisualDSP++ Documentation.
To view ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Help, which now is a part of the VisualDSP++ Help system, go the Contents tab of the Help window and select
Manuals –>Hardware Tools –>EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation Systems.
For more documentation, please go to
http://www.analog.com/technology/dsp/library.html.
Printed Manuals
For general questions regarding literature ordering, call the Literature
Center at 1-800-ANALOGD (1-800-262-5643) and follow the prompts.
VisualDSP++ Documentation Set
Printed copies of VisualDSP++ manuals may be purchased through Analog Devices Customer Service at 1-781-329-4700; ask for a Customer
Service representative. The manuals can be purchased only as a kit. For
additional information, call 1-603-883-2430.
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Product Information
If you do not have an account with Analog Devices, you will be referred to
Analog Devices distributors. To get information on our distributors, log
onto www.analog.com/salesdir/continent.asp.
Hardware Manuals
Printed copies of hardware reference and instruction set reference manuals
can be ordered through the Literature Center or downloaded from the
Analog Devices website. The phone number is 1-800-ANALOGD
(1-800-262-5643). The manuals can be ordered by a title or by product
number located on the back cover of each manual.
Data Sheets
All data sheets can be downloaded from the Analog Devices website. As a
general rule, printed copies of data sheets with a letter suffix (L, M, N, S)
can be obtained from the Literature Center at 1-800-ANALOGD
(1-800-262-5643) or downloaded from the website. Data sheets without
the suffix can be downloaded from the website only—no hard copies are
available. You can ask for the data sheet by part name or by product
number.
If you want to have a data sheet faxed to you, the phone number for that
service is 1-800-446-6212. Follow the prompts and a list of data sheet
code numbers will be faxed to you. Call the Literature Center first to find
out if requested data sheets are available.
Contacting DSP Publications
Please send your comments and recommendations on how to improve our
manuals and online Help. You can contact us at
[email protected]
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Notation Conventions
The following table identifies and describes text conventions used in this
manual.
conventions, which apply only to specific chapters, may
L Additional
appear throughout this document.
Example
Description
Close command
(File menu) or OK
Text in bold style indicates the location of an item within the
VisualDSP++ environment’s and boards’ menu system and user interface
items.
{this | that}
Alternative required items in syntax descriptions appear within curly
brackets separated by vertical bars; read the example as this or that.
[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 ellipsis; read the example as an
optional comma-separated list of this.
PF9–0
Registers, connectors, pins, commands, directives, keywords, code examples, and feature names are in text with letter gothic font.
filename
Non-keyword placeholders appear in text with italic style format.
[
Note:
A note providing information of special interest or identifying a
related topic. In the online version of this book, the word Note appears
instead of this symbol.
Caution:
A caution providing information about critical design or programming
issues that influence operation of a product. In the online version of this
book, the word Caution appears instead of this symbol.
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1 GETTING STARTED
This chapter provides the information you need to begin using
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system. For correct operation,
install the software and hardware in the order presented in “Installation
Tasks” on page 1-3.
The chapter includes the following sections.
• “Contents of EZ-KIT Lite Package” on page 1-1
Provides a list of the components shipped with this EZ-KIT Lite
evaluation system.
• “PC Configuration” on page 1-3
Describes the minimum requirements for the PC to work with the
EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system.
• “Installation Tasks” on page 1-3
Describes the step-by-step procedures for setting up the hardware
and software.
Contents of EZ-KIT Lite Package
Your ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system package contains the
following items.
• ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite board
• EZ-KIT Lite Installation Procedure
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Contents of EZ-KIT Lite Package
• CD containing:
D
VisualDSP++ 3.5 for 32-bit processors with a limited
license
D
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite debug software
D
USB driver files
D
Example programs
D
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual (this
document)
• VisualDSP++ 3.5 Installation Quick Reference Card
• Universal 7.5V DC power supply
• USB 2.0 type cable
• Registration card (please fill out and return)
If any item is missing, contact the vendor where you purchased your
EZ-KIT Lite or contact Analog Devices, Inc.
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system contains ESD
(electrostatic discharge) sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human
body and equipment and can discharge without
detection. Permanent damage may occur on devices
subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD
precautions are recommended to avoid performance
degradation or loss of functionality. Store unused
EZ-KIT Lite boards in the protective shipping
package.
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PC Configuration
For correct operation of the VisualDSP++ software and the EZ-KIT Lite,
your computer must have the minimum configuration:
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Intel (or comparable) 166MHz processor
VGA Monitor and color video card
2-button mouse
50 MB free on hard drive
32 MB RAM
Full-speed USB port
CD-ROM Drive
[ EZ-KIT Lite does not run under Windows 95 or Windows NT.
Installation Tasks
The following task list is provided for the safe and effective use of the
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite. Follow the instructions in the presented order
to ensure correct operation of your software and hardware.
1. VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite software installation
2. VisualDSP++ license installation and registration
3. EZ-KIT Lite hardware setup
4. EZ-KIT Lite USB driver installation
5. USB driver installation verification
6. VisualDSP++ startup
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Installation Tasks
Installing VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite Software
This EZ-KIT Lite comes with the latest version of VisualDSP++ 3.5 for
32-bit processors. VisualDSP++ installation includes EZ-KIT Lite
installations.
To install VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite software:
1. Insert the VisualDSP++ installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
2. If Autoplay is enabled on your PC, you see the Install Shield Wizard Welcome screen. Otherwise, choose Run from the Start menu,
and enter D:\ADI_Setup.exe in the Open field, where D is the name
of your local CD-ROM drive.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to continue installing the
software.
4. At the Custom Setup screen, select your EZ-KIT Lite from the list
of available systems and choose the installation directory.
Click an icon in the Feature Description field to see the selected
system’s description. When you have finished, click Next.
5. At the Ready to Install screen, click Back to change your install
options, click Install to install the software, or click Cancel to exit
the install.
6. When the EZ-KIT Lite installs, the Wizard Completed screen
appears. Click Finish.
Installing and Registering VisualDSP++ License
VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lites are licensed products. You may run only
one copy of the software for each license purchased. Once a new copy of
the VisualDSP++ or EZ-KIT Lite software is installed on your PC, you
must install, register, and validate your licence.
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The VisualDSP++ 3.5 Installation Quick Reference Card included in your
package will guide you through the licence installation and registration
process (refer to Tasks 1, 2, and 3).
Setting Up EZ-KIT Lite Hardware
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system contains ESD
(electrostatic discharge) sensitive devices. Electrostatic
charges readily accumulate on the human body and
equipment and can discharge without detection. Permanent damage may occur on devices subjected to
high-energy discharges. Proper ESD precautions are
recommended to avoid performance degradation or
loss of functionality. Store unused EZ-KIT Lite boards
in the protective shipping package.
The ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite board is designed to run outside your personal computer as a stand-alone unit. You do not have to open your
computer case.
To connect the EZ-KIT Lite board:
1. Remove the EZ-KIT Lite board from the package. Be careful when
handling the board to avoid the discharge of static electricity,
which may damage some components.
2. Figure 1-1 shows the default jumper settings, DIP switch, connector locations, and LEDs used in installation. Confirm that your
board is set up in the default configuration before continuing.
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Figure 1-1. EZ-KIT Lite Hardware Setup
3. Plug the provided power supply into J7 on the EZ-KIT Lite board.
Visually verify that the green power LED (LED10) is on. Also verify
that the two red reset LEDs (LED9 and LED12) go on for a moment
and then go off, and, finally, LED8–1 are continually blinking.
4. Connect one end of the USB cable to an available full speed USB
port on your PC and the other end to P4 on the ADSP-21262
EZ-KIT Lite board.
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Installing EZ-KIT Lite USB Driver
The EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system installed on the following platforms
requires one full-speed USB port.
• “Windows 98 USB Driver” on page 1-8 describes the installation
on Windows 98.
•
“Windows 2000 USB Driver” on page 1-12 describes the installation on Windows 2000.
•
“Windows XP USB Driver” on page 1-13 describes the installation
on Windows XP.
The USB driver used by the debug agent is not Microsoft certified because
it is intended for a development or laboratory environment, not a commercial environment.
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Windows 98 USB Driver
Before using the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite for the first time, the Windows 98 USB driver must first be installed.
To install the USB driver:
1. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive.
The connection of the device to the USB port activates the Windows 98 Add New Hardware Wizard shown in Figure 1-2.
Figure 1-2. Windows 98 – Add New Hardware Wizard
2. Click Next.
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3. Select Search for the best driver for your device, as shown in
Figure 1-3.
Figure 1-3. Windows 98 – Searching for Driver
4. Click Next.
5. Select CD-ROM drive, as shown in Figure 1-4.
Figure 1-4. Windows 98 – Searching for CD-ROM
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6. Click Next.
Windows 98 locates the WmUSBEz.inf file on the installation CD, as
shown in Figure 1-5.
Figure 1-5. Windows 98 – Locating Driver
7. Click Next.
The Coping Files dialog box appears (Figure 1-6).
Figure 1-6. Windows 98 – Searching for .SYS File
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8. Click Browse.
The Open dialog box, shown in Figure 1-7, appears on the screen.
Figure 1-7. Windows 98 – Opening .SYS File
9. In Drives, select your CD-ROM drive.
10. Click OK. The Copying Files dialog box (Figure 1-8) appears.
Figure 1-8. Windows 98 – Copying .SYS File
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11. Click OK.
The driver installation is now complete, as shown in Figure 1-9.
Figure 1-9. Windows 98 – Completing Software Installation
12. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
Verify the installation by following the instructions in “Verifying Driver
Installation” on page 1-15.
Windows 2000 USB Driver
VisualDSP++ 3.5 installation software pre-installs the necessary drivers for
the selected EZ-KIT Lite. The install also upgrades an older driver if such
is detected in the system.
to running the VisualDSP++ 3.5 installer, ensure there are no
[ Prior
other Hardware Wizard windows running in the background. If
there are any wizard windows running, close them before starting
the installer.
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To install the USB driver:
1. If VisualDSP++ 3.5 is already installed on your system, go to
step 2. Otherwise, run VisualDSP++ 3.5 installation. Refer to the
VisualDSP++ 3.5 Installation Quick Reference Card for a detailed
installation description. When installing VisualDSP++ 3.5 on
Windows 2000, make sure the appropriate EZ-KIT Lite component is selected for the installation.
2. Connect the EZ-KIT Lite device to your PC’s USB port.
Windows 2000 automatically detects an EZ-KIT device and automatically installs the appropriate driver for the selected device (see
step 1).
3. Verify the installation by following the instructions in “Verifying
Driver Installation” on page 1-15.
Windows XP USB Driver
VisualDSP++ 3.5 installation software pre-installs the necessary drivers for
the selected EZ-KIT Lite. The install also upgrades an older driver if such
is detected in the system.
to running the VisualDSP++ 3.5 installer, ensure there are no
[ Prior
other Hardware Wizard windows running in the background. If
there are any wizard windows running, close them before starting
the installer.
To install the USB driver:
1. If VisualDSP++ 3.5 is already installed on your system, go to
step 2. Otherwise, run VisualDSP++ 3.5 installation. Refer to the
VisualDSP++ 3.5 Installation Quick Reference Card for a detailed
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installation description. When installing VisualDSP++ 3.5 on
Windows XP, make sure the appropriate EZ-KIT Lite component
is selected for the installation.
2. Connect the EZ-KIT Lite device to your PC’s USB port.
By connecting the device to the USB port you activate the Windows XP Found New Hardware Wizard, shown in Figure 1-10.
Figure 1-10. Windows XP – Found New Hardware Wizard
3. Select Install the software automatically (Recommended) and
click Next.
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When Windows XP completes the driver installation for the
selected device (see step 1), a window shown in Figure 1-11
appears on the screen.
Figure 1-11. Windows XP – Completing Driver Installation
4. Verify the installation by following the instructions in “Verifying
Driver Installation”.
Verifying Driver Installation
Before launching the EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system, verify that the USB
driver software is installed properly:
1. Ensure that the USB cable connects to the evaluation board and
the PC.
2. Verify that the yellow USB monitor LED (LED11) is lit. This signifies that the board is communicating properly with the host PC
and is ready to run VisualDSP++.
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3. Verify that the USB driver software is installed properly.
Open Windows Device Manager and verify that ADSP-21262
EZ-KIT Lite shows under DSP Emulators with no exclamation
point, as in Figure 1-12.
Figure 1-12. Device Manager Window
Lite on Windows 98, disconnect the USB
[ Ifcableusingfroman theEZ-KIT
board before booting the PC. When Windows 98 is
booted and you are logged on, re-connect the USB cable to the
board. The operation should continue normally from this point.
Starting VisualDSP++
To set up a session in VisualDSP++:
1. Verify that the yellow USB monitor LED (LED11, located near the
USB connector) is lit. This signifies that the board is communicating properly with the host PC and is ready to run VisualDSP++.
2. Press and hold down the keyboard Control (CTRL) key.
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3. Select the Start button on the Windows taskbar, then choose
Programs–>Analog Devices–>VisualDSP++ 3.5 for 32-bit processors–>VisualDSP++ Environment.
If you are running VisualDSP++ for the first time, go to step 5. If
you already have existing sessions, the Session List dialog box
appears on the screen.
4. Click New Session.
5. The New Session dialog box, shown in Figure 1-13, appears on the
screen.
Figure 1-13. New Session Dialog Box
6. In Debug Target, choose EZ-KIT Lite (ADSP-21262).
7. In Processor, choose the appropriate processor, ADSP-21262.
8. Type a new target name in Session Name or accept the default
name.
9. Click OK to return to the Session List. Highlight the new session
and click Activate.
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2 USING EZ-KIT LITE
This chapter provides specific information to assist you with developing
programs for the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system. This
information appears in the following sections.
• “EZ-KIT Lite License Restrictions” on page 2-2
Describes the restrictions of the VisualDSP++ license shipped with
the EZ-KIT Lite.
• “Using External Memory” on page 2-2
Describes how to access external memory and defines the memory
map of the EZ-KIT Lite.
• “Using Analog Audio” on page 2-3·
Describes how to set up and communicate with the on-board audio
codec.
• “Using Digital Audio” on page 2-5
Describes how to use the on-board SPDIF receiver.
• “Example Programs” on page 2-7
Provides information about the example programs included in the
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation system.
• “Background Telemetry Channel” on page 2-8
Highlights the advantages of the Background Telemetry Channel
feature of VisualDSP++.
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• “Using EZ-KIT Lite VisualDSP++ Interface” on page 2-8
Describes the trace, performance monitoring, boot loading, context
switching, and target options facilities of the EZ-KIT Lite system.
For detailed information on how to program the ADSP-21262 SHARC
processor, refer to the documents referenced in “Related Documents”.
EZ-KIT Lite License Restrictions
The license shipped with the EZ-KIT Lite imposes the following
restrictions.
• The size of a user program’s code is limited to 10922 words of the
ADSP-21262 processor’s program memory.
• No connections to Simulator or Emulator sessions are allowed.
• The EZ-KIT Lite hardware must be connected and powered up in
order to use VisualDSP++ with a kit license.
Using External Memory
The EZ-KIT Lite contains three types of memory: parallel Flash (1 MB),
SPI Flash (512 Kbit) and SRAM (512 Kbit). The Flash memories can
store user-specific boot code, letting the board to run as a stand-alone
unit. For more information about setting the boot device for the DSP, see
“Boot Mode and Clock Ratio Select Switch (SW10)” on page 3-11.
Table 2-1 provides a map of the board’s external memory.
The parallel Flash memory and the SRAM connect to the parallel port of
the DSP. The parallel port is a multiplexed address and data port. The
port can connect to 8-bit and 16-bit memory devices. When configuring
the parallel port, keep in mind that the memory devices on the board are 8
bits wide.
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Table 2-1. EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation Board External Memory
Start Address
End Address
Content
0x0100 0000
0x010F FFFF
Flash memory
0x0120 0000
0x012F FFFF
SRAM memory
0x0140 0000
0x0140 FFFF
LEDs (see “LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 3-12).
0x0160 0000
0x017F FFFF
Unused chip select 1
0x0180 0000
0x019F FFFF
Unused chip select 2
To access the SRAM and Flash memories, set up a Parallel Port DMA. For
more information on how to connect the SRAM and Flash memories, see
“Parallel Port” on page 3-3.
The SPI Flash memory connects to the DSP’s SPI port and uses Flag0 as a
chip select. In order for FLAG0 to behave as a chip select, clear the PPFLG
bit in the SYSCLT register.
An example program is included in the EZ-KIT installation directory to
demonstrate how the parallel port and SPI port can be configured to
access the memories.
Using Analog Audio
The AD1835A is a high-performance, single-chip codec featuring four stereo digital-to-analog converters (DAC) for audio output and one stereo
analog-to-digital converters (ADC) for audio input. The codec can input
and output data with a sample rate of up to 96 kHz on all channels. A
192 kHz sample rate can be used with the one of the DAC channels.
The DSP is interfaced with the AD1835A via the DAI port. The DAI
interface pins can be configured to transfer serial data from the AD1835A
codec in either time-division multiplexed (TDM) or I2S mode. For more
information on how the AD1835A connects to the DAI, see “DAI Interface” on page 3-4.
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The master input clock (MCLK) for the AD1835A can be generated by
the on-board 12.288 MHz oscillator or can be supplied by one of the DAI
pins of the DSP. Using one if the pins to generate the MCLK, as opposed
to the on-board oscillator, allows synchronization of multiple devices in
the system. This is done on the EZ-KIT Lite when data is coming from
the SPDIF receiver and being output through the audio codec. The
SPDIF MCLK is routed to the AD1835A MCLK in the DSP’s SRU. It is
also necessary to disable the on-board audio oscillator from driving the
audio codec and the DSP’s input pin. For instructions on how to configure the clock, refer to “Codec Setup Switch (SW7)” on page 3-9.
The AD1835A codec can be configured as a master or as a slave, depending on DIP switch settings. In master mode, the AD1835A drives the
serial port clock and frame sync signals to the DSP. In slave mode, the
DSP must generate and drive all of the serial port clock and frame sync
signals. For information on how to set the mode, refer to “Codec Setup
Switch (SW7)” on page 3-9.
The AD1835A audio codec’s internal configuration registers are configured using the DSP’s SPI port. The FLAG3 register is used as the select for
the device. For information on how to configure the multichannel codec,
refer to the codec datasheet, which can be found at www.analog.com.
The RCA connector (J4) is used to input analog audio. When using an
electret microphone on this connector, configure the SW6 switch according
the instructions in “Electret Microphone Select Switch (SW6)” on
page 3-9. The four output channels connect to the RCA connector J5.
Channel 4 of the codec connects to the headphone jack J6. For more
information about the connectors see “Connectors” on page 3-15.
Example programs are included in the EZ-KIT installation directory to
demonstrate how to configure and use the board’s analog audio interface.
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Using Digital Audio
The CS8416 is a monolithic CMOS device which receives and decodes
one of eight channels of audio data according to the IEC60958, S/PDIF,
EIAJ CP1201, or AES3 interface standards. The CS8416 receives data
from a transmission line, recovers the clock and synchronization signals,
and de-multiplexes the audio and digital data.
The CS8416 is attached to the DAI port of the processor. The configuration registers of the SPDIF receiver are programmed via an SPI, which is
connected to the processor’s SPI. The SPDIF receiver is capable of transmitting a variety of data formats, which are set up via the SPI interface.
For more information about the CS8416 and DAI connection, see “DAI
Interface” on page 3-4.
The SPDIF input signal is input on P1 via a coax connector.
To output the audio received by the CS8416 via the AD1835A audio
codec, the master clock of both chips must be synchronized to prevent the
loss of samples. Put the AD1835A in slave mode and disconnect the
12.288 MHz oscillator from the master clock (MCLK) input (see “Codec
Setup Switch (SW7)” on page 3-9 for how to).
The CS8416 general purpose output 1 (GPO1) is connected to LED11, and
can be configured, via the SPI, to indicate a variety of conditions within
the SPDIF receiver.
Shipped with the kit example programs demonstrate how to configure and
use the board’s digital audio interface.
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Using LEDs and Push Buttons
The EZ-KIT Lite has eight general-purpose user LEDs and four general-purpose push buttons.
Two of the general-purpose push buttons are attached to the DSP’s FLAG
pins, while the other two are attached to the DAI pins. All of the push
buttons connect to the DSP through a DIP switch. The DIP switch allows
DSP pins, which connect to the push buttons, to be disconnected. See
“Push Button Enable Switch (SW9)” on page 3-10 for instructions on
how to disable the push buttons from driving the corresponding DSP pin.
The value 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 2-2 shows how each
push button connects to the DSP. Refer to the related example program
shipped with the EZ-KIT Lite for more information.
Table 2-2. Push Button Connections
Push Button Reference Designator
DSP Pin
SW1
FLAG1
SW2
FLAG2
SW3
DAI19
SW4
DAI20
The LEDs are connected to the parallel port pins, AD7–0, via a latch. The
parallel port of the DSP can be set up as a memory bus or as general-purpose FLAG pins. The latch allows the LEDs to be written to in both cases.
Information about setting up the latch can be found in “SPDIF Signal
Enable Switch (SW8)” on page 3-10.
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When the LEDs are accessed as FLAG pins, the latch must be set up to pass
through the data on the DSP’s pins AD7–0. In this mode, it is also necessary to set up the parallel port to be FLAG pins. To set up the parallel port
as FLAG pins, set the PPFLGS bit in the SYSCTL register. Table 2-3 summarizes the LED and FLAG connections.
Table 2-3. LED Connections
LED Reference Designator
DSP Pin
Mapped as FLAG
LED1
AD0
FLAG8
LED2
AD1
FLAG9
LED3
AD2
FLAG10
LED4
AD3
FLAG11
LED5
AD4
FLAG12
LED6
AD5
FLAG13
LED7
AD6
FLAG14
LED8
AD7
FLAG15
An example program is included in the EZ-KIT installation directory to
demonstrate the functionality of the LEDs and push buttons.
Example Programs
Example programs are provided with the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite to
demonstrate various capabilities of the evaluation board. These programs
are installed with the EZ-KIT Lite software and can be found in
\…\VisualDSP 3.5 32-Bit\212xx\EZ-KITs\ADSP-21262\Examples. Please
refer to the readme file provided with each example for more information.
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Background Telemetry Channel
Some USB debug agents support the Background Telemetry Channel
(BTC), which facilitates data exchange between VisualDSP++ and the
processor without interrupting DSP execution.
This revision of the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite does not support the
Background Telemetry.
Using EZ-KIT Lite VisualDSP++ Interface
This section provides information about the following parts of the VisualDSP++ graphical user interface:
• “Boot Load” on page 2-8
• “Target Options” on page 2-9
• “Core Hang Conditions” on page 2-11
• “Hardware Breakpoints” on page 2-12
Boot Load
Choosing Boot Load from the Settings menu runs the processor and performs a hard reset on the board. This command saves you from having to
shut down VisualDSP++, reset the EZ-KIT Lite board, and bring up VisualDSP++ again when you want to perform a hard reset.
Use this feature when loading debug boot code from an external part or
when you want to put the device into a known state.
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Target Options
Choosing Target Options from the Settings menu opens the Target
Options dialog box (Figure 2-1). Use target options to control certain
aspects of the processor on the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite evaluation
system.
Figure 2-1. Target Options Dialog Box
While Target is Halted and On Emulator Exit Options
This target option controls the processor’s behavior when VisualDSP++
relinquishes DSP control (for example, when exiting VisualDSP++). The
options are detailed in Table 2-4 and Table 2-5.
Table 2-4. While Target is Halted Options
Option
Description
Stop I/O DMA Stops IO DMAs in emulator space. This option disables DMA requests when
the emulator has control of the DSP. Data in the EP, LINK, or SPORT DMA
buffers are held there unless the internal DMA request was already granted.
This option holds off incoming data and ceases outgoing data. Because
SPORT-receive data cannot be held off, it is lost, and the overrun bit is set. The
direct write buffer (internal memory write) and the EP pad buffer are allowed
to flush any remaining data to internal memory.
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Table 2-5. On Emulator Exit Options
Option
Description
On Emulator
Exit
Determines the state the DSP is left in when the emulator relinquishes control
of the DSP:
Reset DSP and Run causes the DSP to reset and begin execution from its reset
vector location.
Run from current PC causes the DSP to begin running from its current location.
Other Options
Table 2-6 describes other available target options.
Table 2-6. Other Target Options
Option
Description
Reset before loading executable
Resets registers before loading a DSP executable. Clear this option
when DSP registers must not change to their reset values when a file
load occurs.
Verify all writes to target
memory
Validates all memory writes to the DSP. After each write, a read is
performed and the values are checked for a matching condition.
Enable this option during initial program development to locate
and fix initial build problems (such as attempting to load data into
non-existent memory).
Clear this option to increase performance while loading executable
files since VisualDSP++ does not perform the extra reads that are
required to verify each write.
Reset cycle counters on
run
Resets the cycle count registers to zero before a Run command is
issued. Select this option to count the number of cycles executed
between breakpoints in a program.
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Core Hang Conditions
Certain peripheral devices, such as host ports, DMA, and link ports, can
hold off the execution of processor instructions. This is known as a hung
condition and commonly occurs when reading from an empty port or
writing to a full port. If an attempt to halt the processor is made during
one of these conditions, the EZ-KIT Lite may encounter a core hang.
Normally, a core hang can be cleared by the board using a special
clear/abort bit. However, there are cases in which it is desirable or possible
not to clear the core hang. Sometimes it is desirable to wait for the core
hang to clear itself, such as when waiting for a host processor to read or
write data. In other cases, it is not possible to clear the core hang, and a
DSP reset must occur to continue the debugging session.
Table 2-7 describes the EZ-KIT Lite’s core hang operations.
Table 2-7. Core Hang Operations
Option
Description
Abort
Abort the hung operation. This causes the offending instruction to be
aborted in the pipeline.
Retry
Allows you to remedy the hung operation. For example, if a host processor is holding off the DSP, you can cause the host to clear the hung condition.
Ignore
Performs a software reset on the target board.
Clear
Aborts the hung operation. This causes the offending instruction to be
aborted in the pipeline.
Acknowledge
Allows you to remedy the hung operation. For example, if a host processor is holding off the DSP, you can cause the host to clear the hung condition.
Reset
Performs a software reset on the target board.
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Hardware Breakpoints
Hardware breakpoints work similarly to watchpoints. Set hardware breakpoints on:
• Data transfers within a user-defined memory range
• Instructions
• Register reads and writes
To enable hardware breakpoints for ADSP-21262 DSPs:
1. From the Settings menu, choose Hardware Breakpoints.
2. The Hardware Breakpoints dialog box appears. The dialog box has
three tabbed pages: Data, Instruction, and Other (Figure 2-2).
Figure 2-2. Hardware Breakpoints Dialog Box
Refer to the following sections for information about hardware
breakpoints.
• “Common Hardware Breakpoint Attributes” on page 2-13
• “Global Hardware Breakpoint Options” on page 2-14
• “Data Hardware Breakpoints” on page 2-14
• “Instruction Hardware Breakpoints” on page 2-15
• “Other Breakpoints” on page 2-17
• “Tips and Tricks Using Hardware Breakpoints” on page 2-18
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Common Hardware Breakpoint Attributes
Each of the three tabs in the Hardware Breakpoints dialog box has common attributes. The common attributes are described in Table 2-8.
Table 2-8. Common Hardware Breakpoint Attributes
Attribute
Description
Enable
Enables each individual breakpoint.
Start Address
End Address
Specify inclusive start and end addresses. Each pair of addresses sets up an
address range for the particular breakpoint.
Exclusive
Enables breaks outside of the specified (inclusive) address range.
Mode
Data page and Other page only. This option specifies the modes that trigger hardware breakpoints. The available choices are:
Disabled—disables the breakpoint
On Write—triggers the breakpoint on any write operation to the specified
address range
On Read—triggers the breakpoint on any read operation from the specified address range
Any Access—triggers the breakpoint on any read or write access to the
specified address range.
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Global Hardware Breakpoint Options
For ADSP-21262 DSPs, the options listed in Table 2-9 apply to all hardware breakpoints, regardless of their type.
Table 2-9. Global Hardware Breakpoint Options
Option
Description
Skip N Breakpoint
Events
Specifies the number of breakpoint events to be ignored before stopping
the processor. Each time a hardware breakpoint condition occurs, the
count decrements. When the count reaches zero (0), the DSP processes the
hardware break. Use this option to count the number of times a break
operation occurs. Breakpoints within the group are ORed together to create this condition.
Restore Skip Count
on Break
Enables skip-count decrement as specified in Skip N Breakpoint Events.
Restore Skip Count
on Break
Causes the emulator to restore the Skip Count to the value at program
RESTART. Otherwise, the Skip Count remains at its current value.
AND All Breakpoints
ANDs the interrupts to form the composite interrupt. Normally, the group
interrupts are ORed to create a composite interrupt.
Data Hardware Breakpoints
For ADSP-21262 DSPs, use data breakpoints to break on accesses to
internal memory, IOP registers, the external port (EP), and multiprocessor memory space (MMS).
The following actions trigger a data breakpoint:
•
DAG1
access
•
DM()
modifier access
The two data breakpoints are ORed to generate a single data breakpoint
condition.
The Data page of the Hardware Breakpoints dialog box, which permits
the specification of two data breakpoints, is shown in Figure 2-3.
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Figure 2-3. Data Page of Hardware Breakpoints Dialog Box
Instruction Hardware Breakpoints
For ADSP-21262 DSPs, an instruction breakpoint occurs when an
instruction is executed within one of the specified address ranges. The
four individual instruction breakpoints are ORed to generate a single
instruction breakpoint condition.
Shown below is the Instruction page of the Hardware Breakpoints dialog
box, which permits the specification of four individual instruction
breakpoints.
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Figure 2-4. Instruction Page of Hardware Breakpoints Dialog Box
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Other Breakpoints
For SHARC DSPs, the Other page of the Data Breakpoints dialog box
permits the specification of hardware breakpoints triggered by access to
PM data, IO, or the external port.
Figure 2-5. Other Page of Hardware Breakpoints Dialog Box
Table 2-10. Other Hardware Breakpoint Options
Option
Description
PM DataEvents
Enables PM data breakpoints.PM data breakpoints are similar to data
breakpoints (Data page), except accesses that trigger a PM breakpoint are
made by DAG2 or the PM() modifier. Like data breakpoints, PM data
breakpoints cause a break on accesses to internal memory, IOP registers,
the external port (EP), and multiprocessor memory space (MMS).
I/O
Enables IO breakpoints.IO breakpoints are triggered by accesses made on
the IO Address Bus. Use an IO breakpoint to break on accesses made during DMA transfers, MMS accesses, and Host accesses.
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Table 2-10. Other Hardware Breakpoint Options (Cont’d)
Option
Description
External Port
Enables external port breakpoints.External port (EP) breakpoints are triggered by accesses made through the External Port. Use an EP breakpoint to
break on accesses made to any external device that may be tied to the EP,
such as external memory.
AND All Breakpoints
ANDs the interrupts to form the composite interrupt. Normally, the group
interrupts are ORed to create a composite interrupt.
Tips and Tricks Using Hardware Breakpoints
Be aware of the following tips and tricks when using hardware breakpoints
on ADSP-21262 processors.
Latency
For SHARC processors, hardware breakpoints do not assert until two (2)
instruction cycles after the actual break condition occurs
Restrictions
When using hardware breakpoints, do not place breaks at any address
where a JUMP, CALL, or IDLE instruction would be illegal.
Do not place breaks in the last few instructions of a DO LOOP or in the
delay slots of a delayed branch. For more information on these illegal locations, refer to your DSP’s Hardware Reference.
Setting a Breakpoint on a Single Address
To set a breakpoint on a single address, set the Start Address equal to the
End Address.
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REFERENCE
This chapter describes the hardware design of the ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT
Lite board. The following topics are covered.
• “System Architecture” on page 3-2
Describes the configuration of the ADSP-21262 board and
explains how the board components interface with the DSP.
• “DIP Switch Settings” on page 3-8
Shows the location and describes the function of the DIP switches.
• “LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 3-12
Shows the location and describes the function of the LEDs and
push buttons.
• “Connectors” on page 3-15
Shows the location and gives the part number for all of the connectors on the board. Also, the manufacturer and part number
information is given for the mating parts.
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System Architecture
This section describes the processor’s configuration on the EZ-KIT Lite
board.
JTAG
Header
GP LEDs
(8)
512k x 8
SRAM
1M x 8
Flash
Par allel
Port
JTAG Port
EZ USB FX
USB Connector
SRAM
ADSP-21262
DSP
25 MHz
Oscillator
Expa nsion
Conn ector s
Type A
Reset PB
SPI
DAI
FLAG0-3
+7.5V
Connector
A5V 3.3V 1.2V
AD1835
CODEC
Power Regulation
2
SPI FLASH
CS8416
SPDIF RX
Phono
2
PBs (4)
Stereo In RCA
Jacks (2x1)
Stereo Out RCA
J acks (4x2)
Headphone
Jack
Figure 3-1. System Architecture Block Diagram
The EZ-KIT Lite has been designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the
ADSP-21262 DSP. The DSP core is powered at 1.2V, and the IO is powered at 3.3V. Two 0-ohm resistors give access to the DSP’s power planes
and allow to measure the power consumption of the processor. The R79
resistor provides access to the IO voltage of the processor, and the R80
resistor provides access to the core voltage plane of the processor.
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The CLKIN pin of the DSP connects to a 25 MHz oscillator. The core frequency of the DSP is derived by multiplying the frequency at the CLKIN
pin by a value determined by the state of the DSP pins, CLKCFG1 and
CLKCFG0. The value at these pins is determined by the state of the SW10
switch (see “Boot Mode and Clock Ratio Select Switch (SW10)” on
page 3-11). By default, the EZ-KIT Lite gives a core frequency of 200 MHz.
The SW10 switch also configures the boot mode of the DSP. The EZ-KIT
Lite is capable of Parallel Port boot and SPI Master Boot. By default, the
EZ-KIT Lite boots from the parallel port. For information about configuring the boot modes, see “Boot Mode and Clock Ratio Select Switch
(SW10)” on page 3-11.
Parallel Port
The parallel port (PP) of the ADSP-21262 DSP consists of a 16-bit multiplex address/data memory bus (AD15–0) and an address latch-enable pin
(ALE). The interface does not have any memory select pins; these signals
must be generated by decoding the address.
The PP connections to the EZ-KIT Lite are shown in Figure 3-2. The PP
is connected to an 8-bit parallel Flash memory, an 8-bit SRAM memory,
and eight general-purpose LEDs. The upper three address bits are connected to a 3-to-8 decoder, providing eight memory select pins. See
“Using External Memory” on page 2-2 for more information about accessing the Flash and SDRAM memories.
Because the PP is a multiplexed address/data memory bus, two 8-bit
latches are used to latch the upper address bits. Additional latch is used to
drive the LEDs. The latter allows the LED values to be written to as if
they were at a memory location. For more information about using the
LEDs, refer to the “Using LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 2-6.
All of the PP signals are available externally via the expansion interface
connectors (J3–1). The pinout of the connectors can be found in “Schematics” on page B-1.
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A23
A22
A21
AD15-0
D
ALE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
138
3->8
DEC
1MB
FLASH
D7-0
LE
FLAS H_C S
D0- 7
CS
Op ening the switch
puts latch alw ays in
Transpa rent M ode
SR AM _CS
D
A8-18
A0-7
512KB
SRAM
D7-0
CS
SR AM _CS
Expansion
Interface
FLASH_C S
S RA M_CS
LE D_CS
A8-19
A0-7
Q
373
8-bit Latch
(2)
DSP
C
B
A
Q
8 LED s
373
8-bit
Latch
LE
WR
Figure 3-2. Parallel Port Connections Block Diagram
DAI Interface
The pins of the Digital Application Interface (DAI) connect to the signal
routing unit (SRU). The SRU is a flexible routing system, providing a
large system of signal flows within the DSP. In general, the SRU allows to
route the DAI pins to different internal peripherals in various
combinations.
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The DAI pins are connected to the AD1835A audio codec, the CS8414
SPDIF receiver, the audio oscillator output, and two push buttons.
Figure 3-3 illustrates the EZ-KIT Lite’s connections to the DAI.
DAIP20
DAIP19
DAIP18
DAIP17
DAIP16
DAIP15
DAIP14
DAIP13
DAIP12
DAIP11
DSP
DAIP10
DAIP9
DAIP8
DAIP7
DAIP6
DAIP5
DAIP4
DAIP3
DAIP2
DAIP1
PB_4
PB_3
SPDIF_IN
Audio_OSC
DAC_LRCLK
DAC_BCLK
DAC_SDATA1
DAC_SDATA2
DAC_SDATA3
DAC_SDATA4
DAC1
DAC2
DAC3
DAC4
Headphone
Jack
AD1835
ADC_LRCLK
ADC_BCLK
ADC_SDATA1
4x2
RCA
Phono
Jack
OUT
ADC
1X2
RCA
Phono
Jack IN
IN
Phono
Jack
MCLK
Audio_OSC
12.288MHz
SPDIF_FSYNC
SPDIF_SCLK
SPDIF_SDATA
SPDIF RX
SPDIF_MCLK
Figure 3-3. DAI Connections Block Diagram
Refer to “Using Analog Audio” on page 2-3 and “Using Digital Audio” on
page 2-5 for more information about setting up the DSP to communicate
with these devices.
To use the DAI for a different purpose, disable any signal, which is driving the DAI pins, with a switch. See “Codec Setup Switch (SW7)” on
page 3-9 and “SPDIF Signal Enable Switch (SW8)” on page 3-10 for how
to. In addition, the codec setup switch allows flexible routing of the
12.288 MHz audio oscillator’s output signal. By default, this signal is
used as the master clock (MCLK) for the AD1835A codec.
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SPI Interface
The DSP’s serial peripheral interconnect (SPI) interface is connected to an
SPI Flash memory, the CS8416 SPDIF receiver, and the AD1835A audio
codec. The FLAG0 pin is used as a memory select for accessing the SPI
Flash memory, and the FLAG3 pin is used for accessing the AD1835A’s
configuration registers.
All of the SPI signals are available externally via the expansion interface
connectors (J3–1), as well as the 0.1' spaced header P2. The pinout of
these connectors can be found in “Schematics” on page B-1.
FLAG Pins
The DSP has four general-purpose IO FLAG pins. Table 3-1 describes the
connection of each flag.
Table 3-1. IO FLAG Pins
FLAG Pin
EZ-KIT Lite Function
FLAG0
SPI Flash chip select
FLAG1
Push button (SW1) input
FLAG2
Push button (SW2) input
FLAG3
AD1835A SPI interface chip select
For information on how to disable the push buttons from driving the corresponding DSP flag pin, see section “Push Button Enable Switch (SW9)”
on page 3-10.
The FLAG signals are available externally via the expansion interface connectors (J3–1). The pinout of these connectors can be found in
“Schematics” on page B-1.
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Expansion Interface
The expansion interface consists of the three 90-pin connectors. Table 3-2
shows the interfaces each connector provides. For the exact pinout of these
connectors, refer to Appendix B, “Schematics” on page B-1. The mechanical dimensions of the connectors can be obtained from Technical or
Customer Support.
Table 3-2. Expansion Interface Connectors
Connector
Interfaces
J1
5V, AD15–0
J2
3.3V, FLAG3–0, DAI_P20–1, SPI
J3
5V, 3.3V, Reset, Parallel Port Control signals
Limits to the current and to the interface speed must be taken into consideration when using the expansion interface. The maximum current limit is
dependent on the capabilities of the used regulator. Additional circuitry
can also 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.
JTAG Emulation Port
The JTAG emulation port allows an emulator to access the DSP’s internal
and external memory through a 6-pin interface. The JTAG emulation port
of the processor is also connected to the USB debugging interface. When
an emulator connects to the board at P8, the USB debugging interface is
disabled. This is not the standard connection of the JTAG interface.
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DIP Switch Settings
For information about the standard connection of the interface, see EE-68
published on the Analog Devices website. For more information about the
JTAG connector, see “JTAG Header (P5)” on page 3-19. To learn more
about available emulators, contact Analog Devices (see “Product
Information”).
DIP Switch Settings
Figure 3-4 shows the location and default settings of the EZ-KIT Lite DIP
switches.
Figure 3-4. DIP Switch Locations and Default Settings
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Electret Microphone Select Switch (SW6)
To connect an electret microphone to the audio input, place all positions
of the SW6 switch “ON”. The default position of this switch is all “OFF”.
When all of the switches are in the “ON” position, a DC offset of 2.5V is
added to the signal, and gain of the input amplifiers is changed from 1x to
10x.
Codec Setup Switch (SW7)
The codec setup switch (SW7) can be used to change the routing of some of
the signals going to the AD1835A codec and to setup the communication
protocol of the codec.
Positions 1 and 2 determine the clock routing for the audio oscillator to
the codec and to the DSP. Figure 3-5 illustrates how the switch positions
1 and 2 are connected on the board. In the default position, route the
DAI_P17 pin to DAI_P6 (in software) to clock the AD1835A.
ADSP-21262 DSP
AD1835 Codec
DAI_P6
MCLK
DAI_P17
12.288MHz
OSC
SW7.1
SW7.2
Figure 3-5. Audio Clock Routing
Position 3 of the SW7 switch determines if the AD1835A device is a master
or is a slave. If the AD1835A is a master, the device’s serial interface generates the frame sync and clock signals necessary to transfer data. When
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the device is a slave, the DSP must generate the frame sync and clock signals. By default, position 3 is “ON”, and the AD1835A generates the
control signals.
Position 4 of SW7 disconnects the AD1835A’s ADC_DATA pin from the DAI
interface. This is useful when the DAI interface is to connect to another
device.
SPDIF Signal Enable Switch (SW8)
The SPDIF signal enable switch (SW8) disconnects always driving signal of
the CS8416 SPDIF receiver serial interface.
Table 3-3 shows which DSP signal is no longer being driven when the
corresponding switch position is placed in the “OFF” position.
Table 3-3. SW8 Connections
Switch Position
DSP Pin
SPDIF RX Pin
1
DAI_P2
MCK
2
DAI_P1
SDATA
3
DAI_P4
FSYNC
4
DAI_P3
SCK
5
DAI_P15
SPI_CS
6
DAI_P16
GPO0
Push Button Enable Switch (SW9)
The push button enable switch (SW9) disconnects the push buttons from
the corresponding DSP pins. This allows the signals to be used for another
purpose. Table 3-4 shows the signal and SW9 connections. By default, all
of the position of the SW9 switch are “ON”, allowing the push buttons to
function as designed.
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Table 3-4. Push Button Enable Switch (SW9) Connections
Switch Position
Push Button Reference Designator
DSP Pin
1
SW1
FLAG1
2
SW2
FLAG2
3
SW3
DAI19
4
SW4
DAI20
Position 6 of SW9 connects or disconnects the latch-enable pin of the LED
to the logical “OR” of the ~WE and ~LED_CS signals. When position is “OFF”,
the latch-enable pin of the LED latch ((U24) is always pulled “HIGH”, making the latch transparent. In this position, the value of the LEDs is directly
connected to AD7–0. When position 6 is “ON”, the values of the LEDs are
set by writing to a memory location. The lower 8 bits of the data written
to the address 0x1400 0000 set the values of the LEDs. By default, position
6 is “ON”, allowing the LEDs to be written by writing to a memory
address. For more information refer to “Using LEDs and Push Buttons”
on page 2-6.
Boot Mode and Clock Ratio Select Switch (SW10)
The SW10 switch sets the boot mode and clock multiplier ration. Table 3-5
shows how to set up the boot mode using positions 1 and 2. By default,
the EZ-KIT Lite boots in SPI master mode and Parallel Port mode, and
the DSP boots from Flash memory.
Table 3-5. Boot Mode Configuration
BOOTCFG1 Pin (Position 2)
BOOTCFG0 Pin (Position 1)
Boot Mode
OFF
OFF
SPI Slave Boot
OFF
ON
SPI Master Boot
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Table 3-5. Boot Mode Configuration (Cont’d)
BOOTCFG1 Pin (Position 2)
BOOTCFG0 Pin (Position 1)
Boot Mode
ON
OFF
Flash Boot1
ON
ON
Internal Boot Mode
1
Bold typeface denotes the default setting.
Table 3-6 shows how to set up the clock multiply ratio using positions 3
and 4. By default, the DSP increases the clock multiply ratio by 8, setting
the core clock to 300 MHz.
Table 3-6. Core Clock Rate Configuration
CLKCFG1 (Position 4)
CLKCFG0 (Position 3)
Core to CLKIN Ratio
OFF
OFF
3:1
OFF
ON
16:1
ON
OFF
8:11
ON
ON
NA
1
Bold typeface denotes the default ratio.
Loop-Back Test Switch (SW11)
The loop-back test switch (SW11) is connected to GPO1 of the CS8416. The
functionality of GPO1 is programmable via SPI.
LEDs and Push Buttons
This section describes the functionality of the LEDs and push buttons.
Figure 3-6 shows the locations of the LEDs and push buttons.
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Figure 3-6. LED and Push Button Locations
General Purpose LEDs (LED8–1)
Eight general-purpose LEDs are connected to the DSP through a latch on
signals AD7–0. These LEDs can be accessed by writing to the FLAG registers
or by writing to a memory address. Refer to “Using LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 2-6 for more information.
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Reset LEDs (LED9, LED12)
When LED9 is lit (red), the master reset of all the major ICs is active.
When LED12 is lit (red), the USB interface chip (U34) is being reset. The
USB chip is reset only on power-up, or if USB communication has not
been initialized.
Power LED (LED10)
When LED10 is lit (green), it indicates that power is being properly supplied to the board.
SPDIF GPO1 LED (LED11)
The SPDIF GPO1 LED (LED11) connects to GPO1 of the CS8416. The
functionality of GPO1 is programmable via SPI.
USB Monitor LED (LED13)
The USB monitor LED (LED13) indicates that USB communication has
been initialized successfully and you may connect to the processor using a
VisualDSP++ EZ-KIT Lite session. Once the USB cable is plugged into
the board, it takes approximately 15 seconds for the USM monitor LED
to light. If the LED does not light, try cycling power on the board and/or
reinstalling the USB driver (see “Installing EZ-KIT Lite USB Driver” on
page 1-7).
Push Buttons (SW4–1)
Four push buttons (SW4–1) are provided for general-purpose user input.
Two of the push buttons are connected to the DSP’s FLAG pins. The other
two are connected to the DSP’s DAI. The push buttons are active “HIGH”
and, when pressed, send a High (1) to the processor. Refer to “Using
LEDs and Push Buttons” on page 2-6 for more information. The push
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button enable switch (SW9) is capable of disconnecting the push buttons
from the corresponding DSP pin (refer to “Push Button Enable Switch
(SW9)” on page 3-10 on page 3-10 for more information). The DSP signals and corresponding push buttons are summarized in Table 3-7.
Table 3-7. Push Button Connections
DSP
Signal
Push Button Reference
Designator
DSP
Signal
Push Button Reference
Designator
FLAG1
SW1
DAI_P19
SW3
FLAG2
SW2
DAI_P20
SW4
Board Reset Push Button (SW5)
The RESET push button (SW5) resets all of the ICs on the board. The only
exception is the USB interface chip (U34). The chip is not being reset
when the push button is pressed after the USB cable has been plugged in
and communication correctly initialized with the PC. After USB communication has been initialized, the only way to reset the USB is by powering
down the board.
Connectors
This section describes the connector functionality and provides information about mating connectors. Figure 3-7 shows the connector locations.
Expansion Interface (J1, J2, J3)
Three board-to-board connectors (J3–1) provide signals for most of the
processor’s peripheral interfaces. The connectors are located at the bottom
of the board. For more information about the expansion interface, see
“Expansion Interface” on page 3-7. For the J3–1 connectors’ availability
and pricing, contact Samtec.
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Connectors
Figure 3-7. Connector Locations
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
90 Position 0.05" Spacing,
SMT (J1, J2, J3)
Samtec
SFC-145-T2-F-D-A
Mating Connector
90 Position 0.05” Spacing
(Through Hole)
Samtec
TFM-145-x1 Series
90 Position 0.05” Spacing
(Surface Mount)
Samtec
TFM-145-x2 Series
90 Position 0.05” Spacing
(Low Cost)
Samtec
TFC-145 Series
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Audio In RCA Connector (J4)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Two channel right angle RCA jack
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAS1X2S02
Mating Cable
Two channel RCA interconnect cable Monster Cable
BI100-1M
Audio Out RCA Connector (J5)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Six channel right angle RCA jack
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAS2X2S01
Mating Cable
Two channel RCA interconnect cable Monster Cable
BI100-1M
Headphone Out Jack (J6)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
3.5mm stereo jack (J6)
Shogyo
SJ-0359AM-5
Power Jack (J7)
The power connector (J7) provides all of the power necessary to operate
the EZ-KIT Lite board.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
2.5 mm Power Jack (J7)
SWITCHCRAFT
Digi-Key
RAPC712
SC1152-ND
Mating Power Supply (shipped with EZ-KIT Lite)
7.5V Power Supply
GlobTek
TR9CC2000LCP-Y
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The power connector supplies DC power to the EZ-KIT Lite board.
Table 3-8 shows the power supply specifications.
Table 3-8. Power Supply Specifications
Terminal
Connection
Center pin
+7.5 [email protected]
Outer Ring
GND
SPDIF In Coax Connector (P1)
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Coaxial (P1)
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAN1X1U01
SPI Header (P2)
The SPI connector (P2) provides access to all of the SPI signals in the from
of a .1” spacing header. In addition, the FLAG1 signal can be used as a chip
select. If you are using FLAG1 as a chip select, disable the push button associated with the flag. For more information, see “Push Button Enable
Switch (SW9)” on page 3-10.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
6-pin IDC Header (P2)
Sullins
PTC04DAAN
DAI Header (P3)
The DAI connector (P3) provides access to all of the DAI signals in the
from of a .1” spacing header. When using the header to access the DSP’s
DAI pins, ensure that signals, which normally drive the DSP’s DAI pins,
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are disabled. Refer to “Codec Setup Switch (SW7)” on page 3-9 for more
information on how to disable signals already being driven from elsewhere
on the EZ-KIT Lite.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
26-pin IDC Header (P3)
Berg
54102-T08-13
USB Connector (P4)
The USB connector (P4) allows to configure and program the DSP.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
Type B USB receptacle (P4)
Mill-Max
Digi-Key
897-30-004-90-000
ED90003-ND
JTAG Header (P5)
The JTAG header (P5) is the connecting point for a JTAG in-circuit emulator pod. When an emulator is connected to the JTAG header, the USB
debug interface is disabled.
3 is missing to provide keying. Pin 3 in the mating connector
L Pin
should have a plug.
using an emulator with the EZ-KIT Lite board, follow the
L When
connection instructions provided with the emulator.
Part Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
14-pin IDC Header (P5)
Berg
54102-T08-07
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1
AM29LV08IB-120EC
TSOP40
1M-X-8-FLASH-3V
2
2
3
U19
Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
A BILL OF MATERIALS
AMD
AM29LV081-120E
74LVC14A SOIC14
U28,U33
HEX-INVER-SCHMITT-TRI
GGER
TI
74LVC14AD
1
CS8416 SOIC28
96KHZ-DIGITAL-AUDIO-RECVR
U3
CIRRUS
LOGIC
CS8416
4
1
CY7C64603-128 PQFP128
USB-TX/RX MICROCONTROLLER
U34
CYPRESS
CY7C64603-128N
5
1
MMBT4401 SOT-23
NPN TRANSISTOR 200MA
Q1
FAIRCHILD MMBT4401
6
1
74LVC00AD SOIC14
U13
PHILIPS
74LVC00AD
7
1
CY7C1019BV33-15VC
SOJ32
128K X 8 SRAM
U29
CYPRESS
CY7C1019BV33-1
8
1
AD8532AR SOIC8
DUAL AMP 250MA
U10
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8532AR
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Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
9
2
SN74AHC1G02 SOT23-5
SINGLE-2 INPUT-NOR
U26,U36
TI
SN74AHC1G02DB
10
1
SN74LV164A SOIC14
8-BIT-PARALLEL-SERIAL
U35
TI
SN74LV164AD
11
1
CY7C4201V-15AC TQFP32
64-BYTE-FIFO
U32
CYPRESS
CY7C4201V-15AC
12
1
25MHZ 1/2 OSC01
OSC
U16
DIGI-KEY
SG-8002DC-PCC-
13
1
12.0MHZ THR OSC006
CRYSTAL
Y1
DIG01
300-6027-ND
14
2
SN74AHC1G00 SOT23-5
SINGLE-2-INPUT-NAND
U20,U27
TI
SN74AHC1G00DB
15
1
12.288MHZ SMT OSC003
TS201/21262
U17
DIG01
SG-8002CA-PCC-
16
1
74LVC138AD SOIC16
3-TO-8-DEMUX
U25
PHILIPS
74LVC138AD
17
3
74LVC373APW TSSOP20
8-BIT-D-LATCH
U18,U21,
U24
PHILIPS
74LVC373APW
18
1
21262 24LC00 “U23”
SEE 1000127
U23
MICROCHIP
24LC00-SN
19
1
IS61LV5128AL TSOP44
512KX8-SRAM
U15
ISSI
IS61LV5128AL-10
20
1
AT25F512N SOIC8
SPI-FLASH-512KB
U12
ATMEL
AT25F512N-10SI-2
21
1
LTC1877 SOIC8
600MA ADJ SWITCHING
REG
VR5
LINEAR
TECH
LTC1877EMS8
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AVX
12065A102JAT2A
23
8
2200pF 50V 5% 1206
NPO
C67–74
AVX
12065A222JAT05
24
1
ADM708SAR SOIC8
VOLTAGE-SUPERVISOR
U22
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADM708SAR
25
1
ADP3339AKC-33 SOT-223
3.3V 1.5A REGULATOR
VR2
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP3339AKC-3.3
26
2
ADP3336ARM MSOP8
ADJ 500MA REGULATOR
VR1,VR4
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADP3336ARM-RE
27
8
AD8606AR SOIC8
OPAMP
U2,U4–9,
U11
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD8606AR
28
1
ADSP-21262SKBC-200
BGA136
SHARC-EX-DSP
U1
ANALOG
DEVICES
ADSP-21262SKBC
29
1
AD1835AAS MQFP52
U14
2IN-8OUT-96KHZ-CODEC
ANALOG
DEVICES
AD1835AAS
30
5
RUBBER FEET BLACK
MH1–5
MOUSER
517-SJ-5018BK
31
1
PWR 2.5MM_JACK
CON005
RA
J7
SWITCHCRAFT
SC1152-ND12
32
1
USB 4PIN CON009
USB
P4
MILL-MAX
897-30-004-90-00
33
1
RCA 4X2 CON011
RA
J5
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAS4X2U01
34
1
RCA 1X1 CON012
BLK
P1
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAN1X1U01
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Part
Number
Manufacturer
1000pF 50V 5% 1206
CERM
Description
2
Quantity
22
Reference
Reference
Design
Bill Of Materials
A-3
Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
35
5
SPST-MOMENTARY
SWT013
6MM
SW1–5
PANASONIC EVQ-PAD04M
36
3
0.05 45X2 CON019
SMT SOCKET
J1–3
SAMTEC
SFC-145-T2-F-D-A
37
1
DIP8 SWT016
SW11
C&K
CKN1365-ND
38
1
DIP6 SWT017
SW8
DIG01
CKN1364-ND
39
4
DIP4 SWT018
4PIN-SMT-SWT
SW6–7, SW9–10
DIG01
CKN1363-ND
40
1
RCA RCA_1X2 CON031
RA
J4
SWITCHCRAFT
PJRAS1X2S02
41
2
0.00 1/8W 5% 1206
R82,R91
YAGEO
0.0ECT-ND
42
10 AMBER-SMT LED001
GULL-WING
LED1–8,
LED11,LED13
PANASONIC LN1461C-TR
43
8
C104,C106,C108,
C110,C11,C114,
AVX
08055A331JAT
44
18 0.01uF 100V 10% 805
CERM
C66, C75, C79,
C85, C122, C127,
C153, C155,
C157–164, C166,
C182
AVX
08051C103KAT2A
45
8
C77,C87,C99–102,
C111,C131
AVX
08053C224FAT
46
27 0.1uF 50V 10% 805
CERM
C47,C57,C59,
C120–121,
C132–133
AVX
08055C104KAT
A-4
330pF 50V 5% 805
NPO
0.22uF 25V 10% 805
CERM
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
47
4
48
0.001uF 50V 5% 805
NPO
Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
Bill Of Materials
C82–83,C88,C98
AVX
08055A102JAT2A
44 10K 100MW 5% 805
R4, R17, R63–64,
R66, R70–71,
R74–78, R90, R92,
R96–102,
R107–108,
AVX
CR21-103J-T
49
4
33 100MW 5% 805
R68,R81,R109,R135 AVX
CR21-330JTR
50
3
4.7K 100MW 5% 805
R72,R95,R176
AVX
CR21-4701F-T
51
1
680 100MW 5% 805
R137
AVX
CR21-6800F-T
52
1
1M 100MW 5% 805
R168
AVX
CR21-1004F-T
53
1
475 100MW 5% 805
R125
AVX
CR21-471J-T
54
1
1.5K 100MW 5% 805
R105
AVX
CR21-1501F-T
55
2
2.00K 1/8W 1% 1206
R3,R5
DALE
CR32-2001F-T
56
10 49.9K 1/8W 1% 1206
R114–115,
R117–124
AVX
CR32-4992F-T
57
2
R93–94
AVX
CR32-2211F-T
58
12 100pF 100V 5% 1206
NPO
C2–12,C64
AVX
12061A101JAT2A
59
2
10uF 16V 10% B
TANT
CT13–14
AVX
TAJB106K016R
60
4
100 100MW 5% 805
R185–188
AVX
CR21-101J-T
61
2
301 1/4W 1% 1206
R1–2
BOURNS
CR1206-FX-3010
2.21K 1/8W 1% 1206
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Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
62
9
220pf 50V 10% 1206
NPO
C183
AVX
12061A221JAT2A
63
2
2A S2A_RECT DO-214AA
SILICON RECTIFIER
D1–2
GENERALSEMI
S2A
64
7
600 100MHZ 500MA 1206
0.70 BEAD
FER1–2,FER4–8
DIGI-KEY
240-1019-1-ND
65
4
237 1/8W 1% 1206
R13–14,R18,R20
AVX
CR32-2370F-T
66
2
750K 1/8W 1% 1206
R11,R116
DALE/VISH CRCW12067503F
AY
67
4
5.76K 1/8W 1% 1206
R6,R10,R19,R22
PHYCOMP
9C12063A5761FK
68
10 11.0K 1/8W 1% 1206
R47,R49–50,
R52–53,R55–56,
R58, R113,R136
DALE
CRCW12061102F
69
1
68NF 50V 10% 805
C65
MURRATA
GRM40X7R683K0
70
7
1UF 16V 10% 805
X7R
C1,C39,C44,C48,
C56,C58,C61
MURATA
GRM40X7R105K0
71
1
75 1/8W 5% 1206
R112
PHILIPS
9C12063A75R0JL
72
3
30PF 100V 5% 1206
C55
AVX
12061A300JAT2A
73
1
10 100MW 5% 805
R150
DALE
CRCW0805-10R0
74
1
249K 1/10W 1% 805
R86
DALE
CRCW0805-2493
75
1
124K 1/10W 1% 805
R83
DALE
CRCW0805-1243F
76
12 680PF 50V 1% 805
NPO
C76,C80–81,C89,
C103,C105,C107
AVX
08055A681FAT2A
A-6
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Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
Bill Of Materials
77
3
10UF 25V +80-20% 1210
Y5V
C46,C49,C60
MURATA
GRM235Y.5V106Z
78
8
2.74K 1/8W 1% 1206
R140–147
DALE
CRCW12062741F
79
20 5.49K 1/8W 1% 1206
R7,R15–16,R21,
R25,R28,R31,R34,
PANASONIC ERJ-8ENF5491V
80
8
R23,R26,R29,R32,
R35,R38,R41,
PANASONIC ERJ-8ENF1651V
81
10 10UF 16V 20% CAP002
ELEC
CT1–9,CT12
DIG01
82
2
68UF 25V 20% CAP003
ELEC
CT10–11
PANASONIC EEV-FC1E680P
83
1
10UH 47 +/-20 IND001
L1
DIG01
445-1202-2-ND
84
7
0.00 100MW 5% 805
R192
VISHAY
CRCW0805 0.0 R
85
1
190 100MHZ 5A FER002
FER3
MURATA
DLW5BSN191SQ2
86
8
3.32K 100MW 1% 805
R24,R27,R30,R33,
R36,R39,R42,
DIG01
P3.32KCCTR-ND
87
4
1.2K 1/10W 5% 805
R155–158
DALE
CRCW08051201F
88
9
10UF 6.3V 10% 805
C184–185
AVX
080560106KAT2A
89
3
6.04K 100MW 1% 805
R65,R148–149
DIGI-KEY
311-6.04KCCT-ND
90
7
0.1UF 10V 10% 402
C41,C128–129,
C136
AVX
0402ZD104KAT2A
91
5
0.01UF 16V 10% 402
C134,C138,C147,
C149,C151
AVX
0402YC103KAT2A
1.65K 1/8W 1% 1206
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A-7
Part
Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
92
8
1000PF 50V 5% 402
CERM
C130,C135,C137,
C139,C143,C146,
AVX
04025C102JAT2A
93
2
64.9K 1/10W 1% 805
R67,R87
VISHAY
INTERTEC
CRCW08056492F
94
2
210K 1/4W 1% 805
R69,R88
VISHAY
INTERTEC
CRCW08052103F
95
1
1A SK12 DO-214AA
SCHOTTKY
D3
MCC
SK12
96
21 10PF 50V 5% 805
NPO
C21–25,C27–36,
C42–43,C123–126
AVX
08055A100JAT2A
97
1
1K 1/8W 5% 1206
R106
AVX
CR32-102J-T
98
1
100K 1/8W 5% 1206
R73
DALE
CR1206-1003FRT
99
2
22 1/8W 5% 1206
R103–104
DALE
CRCW1206220JR
100 12 270 1/8W 5% 1206
R138–139,
R153–154,
R177–184
AVX
CR32-271J-T
101 2
RED-SMT LED001
GULL-WING
LED9,LED12
PANASONIC LN1261C
102 1
GREEN-SMT LED001
GULL-WING
LED10
PANASONIC LN1361C
103 8
604 1/8W 1% 1206
R127–134
DALE
104 4
1uF 25V 20% A
TANT -55+125
CT15–18
PANASONIC ECS-T1EY105R
105 2
ADG774A QSOP16
QUICKSWITCH-257
U30–31
ANALOG
DEV.
A-8
CRCW12066040F
ADG774ABRQ
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Number
Manufacturer
Reference
Design
Description
Quantity
Reference
Bill Of Materials
106 1
IDC 3X2 IDC3X2
P2
BERG
54102-T08-03
107 1
IDC 7X2 IDC7X2
HEADER
P5
BERG
54102-T08-07
108 1
IDC 13X2 IDC13X2
P3
BERG
54102-T08-13
109 1
2.5A RESETABLE FUS001
F1
RAYCHEM
CORP.
SMD250-2
110 1
3.5MM STEREO_JACK
CON001
J6
SHOGYO
SJ-0359AM-5
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A-10
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A
B
C
D
1
1
2
2
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Schematic
3
3
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Title
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - TITLE
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
11-7-2003_19:25
D
1
of
12
A
B
C
D
These capacitors were placed on the board due to a DSP anomaly. Please refer to the DSP anomaly sheet for more information.
SPICLK DAIP1_SPDIF_DATA
DAIP3_SPDIF_SCK
DAIP5_ADC_DATA
DAIP7_ADC_BCLK
DAIP9_DAC_D4
DAIP11_DAC_D2
DAIP13_DAC_BCLK
DAIP15_SPDIF_SPI_CS
DAIP17_AUDIO_OSC
DAIP19_SW3
DAIP2_SPDIF_MCLK
DAIP4_SPDIF_FSYNC DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
DAIP8_ADC_LRCLK
DAIP10_DAC_D3
DAIP12_DAC_D1
DAIP14_DAC_LRCLK
DAIP16_SPDIF_GPO0
DAIP18_SPDIF_IN
DAIP20_SW4
C42
10PF
805
C34
10PF
805
C36
10PF
805
C31
10PF
805
C33
10PF
805
C35
10PF
805
C43
10PF
805
C32
10PF
805
C30
10PF
805
C24
10PF
805
C126
10PF
805
C124
10PF
805
C27
10PF
805
C23
10PF
805
C125
10PF
805
C28
10PF
805
C29
10PF
805
C25
10PF
805
C123
10PF
805
C22
10PF
805
C21
10PF
805
3.3V
3.3V_DSP
1.2V_DSP
1.2V
1
1
D3
SK12
1A
DO-214AA
R79
0.00
805
R80
0.00
805
3.3V_DSP
3.3V
U1
U1
AD[0:15]
R152
10K
805
DSP OSC
R68
33
805
U16
1
OE
OUT
5
DSP_CLKIN
25MHZ
OSC001
2
3.3V
AD0
M1
AD1
L2
AD2
L1
AD3
K1
R75
10K
805
R71
10K
805
DAIP1/SD0A
DAIP2/SD0B
AD5
J1
AD6
H1
AD7
G1
AD8
N6
AD9
P6
AD10
P5
AD11
P4
AD12
P3
AD13
P2
AD14
P1
AD15
N1
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7
AD8
AD9
AD10
AD11
AD12
AD13
AD14
AD15
N3
RD
M2
WE
WR
N2
ALE
ALE
B3
VDDEXT1
B8
VDDEXT2
G13
VDDEXT3
H2
VDDEXT4
N5
VDDEXT5
N9
VDDEXT6
DAIP2_SPDIF_MCLK
P8
DAIP3/SCLK0
N10
DAIP4/SFS0
P9
DAIP5/SD1A
P10
DAIP6/SD1B
P11
DAIP7/SCLK1
P12
DAIP8/SFS1
P13
DAIP9/SD2A
N14
DAIP10/SD2B
P14
DAIP11/SD3A
M13
DAIP12/SD3B
M14
DAIP13/SCLK23
L14
DAIP14/SFS23
K14
DAIP15/SD4A
J14
DAIP16/SD4B
H14
DAIP17/SD5A
H13
DAIP18/SD5B
G14
DAIP19/SCLK45
F14
DAIP20/SFS45
AD2
J2
DAIP1_SPDIF_DATA
N8
AD1
AD4
RD
R77
10K
805
P7
AD0
DAIP3_SPDIF_SCK
DAIP4_SPDIF_FSYNC
1.2V_DSP
DAIP5_ADC_DATA
DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
D11
GND16
D13
GND17
E2
GND18
E4
GND19
E5
GND20
E6
GND21
DAIP7_ADC_BCLK
E9
GND22
DAIP8_ADC_LRCLK
DAIP9_DAC_D4
DAIP10_DAC_D3
DAIP11_DAC_D2
DAIP12_DAC_D1
3.3V
DAIP13_DAC_BCLK
DAIP14_DAC_LRCLK
DAIP15_SPDIF_SPI_CS
Place as close as possible to pin B07 and B06 of DSP
DAIP16_SPDIF_GPO0
DAIP17_AUDIO_OSC
R78
10K
805
DAIP18_SPDIF_IN
R150
10
805
DAIP19_SW3
DAIP20_SW4
A12
VDDINT1
B11
VDDINT2
C14
VDDINT3
D1
VDDINT4
D14
VDDINT5
E1
VDDINT6
G2
VDDINT7
J13
VDDINT8
K2
VDDINT9
N4
VDDINT10
N7
VDDINT11
N11
VDDINT12
N12
VDDINT13
E10
GND23
E11
GND24
E13
GND25
F4
GND26
2
F5
GND27
F6
GND28
F9
GND29
F10
GND30
F11
GND31
J4
GND32
J5
GND33
J6
GND34
J9
GND35
J10
A8
EMU
A3
TMS
TMS
A4
TCK
TCK
B5
TRST
TRST
A5
TDI
CLKOUT
R72
4.7K
805
B4
DSP_CLKIN
FLAG1_SW1
FLAG2_SW2
R158
1.2K
805
FLAG3_AD1835_SPI_CS
1
R156
1.2K
805
R155
1.2K
805
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
2
3
4
RESET
R157
1.2K
805
SW10
A1
CLKCFG0
B1
CLKCFG1
B10
C144
0.1UF
402
FLAG0_SPI_FLASH_CS
ON
XTAL
SWT018
DIP4
ADSP-21262SKBC-200
BGA136
R159
10K
805
R160
10K
805
R161
10K
805
SW10: BOOT/CLOCK RATIO SELECT
(Default: 1=ON, 2=OFF, 3=ON, 4=OFF)
1
2
BOOTCFG0 BOOTCFG1
BOOTMODE
OFF
OFF
SPI SLAVE BOOT
ON
OFF
SPI MASTER BOOT
OFF
ON
PARALLEL PORT BOOT
ON
ON
RESERVED
3
4
CLOCK RATIO
CLKCFG0 CLKCFG1
CORE:CLKIN
OFF
OFF
3:1
ON
OFF
16:1
OFF
ON
8:1
ON
ON
RESERVED
R162
10K
805
C45
0.1UF
805
DNP
3.3V_DSP
1.2V_DSP
3.3V
C140
0.1UF
402
4
C146
1000PF
402
C139
1000PF
402
C137
1000PF
402
C150
1000PF
402
C138
0.01UF
402
C149
0.01UF
402
C129
0.1UF
402
C136
0.1UF
402
C145
10UF
805
C135
1000PF
402
C143
1000PF
402
C154
1000PF
402
C130
1000PF
402
C151
0.01UF
402
C134
0.01UF
402
C128
0.1UF
402
C142
0.1UF
402
A13
GND1
A14
GND2
B2
GND3
B12
GND4
B13
GND5
B14
GND6
C3
GND7
C12
GND8
C13
GND9
D2
GND10
D4
GND11
D5
GND12
D6
GND13
D9
GND14
D10
GND15
K9
GND41
K10
GND42
K11
GND43
K13
GND44
L4
GND45
L5
GND46
L6
3
GND47
L9
GND48
L10
GND49
L11
GND50
L13
GND51
M3
GND52
M12
GND53
N13
GND54
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
Date
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - DSP
Board No.
C
C
K6
GND40
DEFAULT
Size
ADSP-21262
B
GND39
DEFAULT
C26
10UF
805
OSC
A
K4
GND38
ADSP-21262SKBC-200
BGA136
Title
ADSP-21262
J11
GND37
K5
C147
0.01UF
402
SPIDS
C2
BOOTCFG0
C1
BOOTCFG1
CLKIN
A2
RESET
B7
AVDD
B6
AVSS
SPICLK
1
3
3.3V
MOSI
F2
FLAG0
F1
FLAG1
F13
FLAG2
E14
FLAG3
TDO
A6
DSP_CLKOUT
MISO
TDI
A7
TDO
GND36
A10
MISO
A9
MOSI
B9
SPICLK
A11
SPIDS
EMU
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-23-2004_12:23
D
2
of
12
A
B
C
D
3.3V
R163
10K
805
U25
16
VCC
Y0
Y1
1
A[21:23]
VALID DSP ADDRESS BANK END
A23
START
END
ADDRESS
1A0 0000
X
1FF FFFF
1
180 0000
X
19F FFFF
1
160 0000
X
17F FFFF
0
140 0000
140 0000
15F FFFF
0
120 0000
127 FFFF 13F FFFF
0
100 0000
10F FFFF 11F FFFF
0
A21
1
A22
2
A23
3
A
Y2
B
Y3
C
Y4
Y5
Y6
6
G1
Y7
15
FLASH_CS
14
SRAM_CS
13
LED_CS
12
EXP_CS1
11
A22
0
1
1
0
0
A21 BANK
0
1
0
1
0
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
Y0
DEVICE
NONE
EXPANSION INTERFACE CS 2
EXPANSION INTERFACE CS 1
LEDs
SRAM
FLASH
3.3V
1
3.3V
R66
10K
805
EXP_CS2
10
SPI Flash
512Kb
R64
10K
805
U12
9
7
7
8
VCC
6
2
SO
HOLD
4
G2A
5
G2B
GND
8
SPICLK
SCK
MOSI
74LVC138AD
SOIC16
MISO
5
SI
1
FLAG0_SPI_FLASH_CS
CS
3
RESET
4
GND
WP
AT25F512N
SOIC8
3.3V
SRAM
4Mb (512K x 8-bit)
U21
2
AD[0:15]
AD0
3
AD1
4
AD2
7
AD3
8
AD4
13
AD5
14
AD6
17
AD7
18
U15
2
1Q
5
2Q
6
3Q
9
4Q
12
5Q
15
6Q
16
7Q
19
8Q
1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D
A8
A[8:23]
AD8
AD[8:15]
A9
AD9
A10
AD10
A11
AD11
A12
AD12
A13
AD13
A14
AD14
A15
AD15
A8
A[8:19]
11
ALE
LE
20
A9
10
A10
VCC
1
OE
GND
A11
74LVC373APW
TSSOP20
A12
A13
A14
A15
U18
A16
A17
AD8
3
3
2
1Q
5
2Q
6
3Q
9
4Q
12
5Q
15
6Q
16
7Q
19
8Q
1D
AD9
4
AD10
7
AD11
8
2D
3D
4D
AD12
13
AD13
14
AD14
17
AD15
5D
6D
7D
18
Flash
8Mb (1M x 8-bit)
8D
A16
A18
A17
3
A0
4
A1
5
A2
6
A3
7
A4
16
A5
17
A6
18
A7
19
A8
20
A9
26
A10
27
A11
28
A12
29
A13
30
A14
38
A15
39
A16
40
A17
41
A18
U19
9
AD0
AD8
21
10
AD1
AD9
20
13
AD2
AD10
19
14
AD3
AD11
18
31
AD4
AD12
17
32
AD5
AD13
16
35
AD6
AD14
15
36
AD7
AD15
14
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
A19
A19
25
NC/A19
AD[8:15]
A8
A[8:20]
1
A9
2
A10
21
A11
22
A12
23
A13
24
A14
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
42
NC7
3.3V
A15
43
A16
44
A17
NC8
NC9
A18
11
VDD1
A18
AD[0:7]
A19
A21
A22
RD
A23
WE
11
LE
1
27
AD2
28
A3
D3
AD3
A4
D4
32
AD4
A5
D5
33
AD5
34
AD6
A7
8
A8
7
A9
36
A10
6
A11
5
A12
4
A13
3
A14
2
A15
1
A16
40
A17
13
A18
37
A19
D7
35
AD7
AD[0:7]
2
11
NC1
29
NC2
12
RY/BY
10
RESET
RESET
3.3V
31
VCC1
30
VCC2
3
GND1
34
GND2
22
FLASH_CS
CE
24
RD
OE
9
WE
VSS1
VSS2
39
23
AM29LV081B-120EC
TSOP40
10
OE
AD1
IS61LV5128AL
TSOP44
20
VCC
D2
NC/A20
AD0
26
12
WE
ALE
A2
D6
A20
SRAM_CS
D1
A6
38
25
D0
A1
33
VDD2
A20
8
CE
37
OE
15
WE
A0
GND
74LVC373APW
TSSOP20
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
DNP = Do Not Populate
4
C163
0.01UF
805
C127
0.01UF
805
C160
0.01UF
805
C158
0.01UF
805
C141
0.1UF
805
C153
0.01UF
805
C156
0.1UF
805
ANALOG
DEVICES
C157
0.01UF
805
Title
74LVC138
AT25F512
74LVC373
74LVC373
IS61LV5128
Size
AM29LV081
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - MEMORY
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-23-2004_13:10
D
3
of
12
C
D
DAC4
DAC4
DAC3
ADC
DAC2
B
DAC1
A
LEFT (WHITE)
RIGHT (RED)
IN (J4)
1
OUT (J5)
OUT (J6)
3.3V
3.3V
1
AUDIO OSC
AD1835 AUDIO
CODEC
R74
10K
805
R70
10K
805
R81
33
805
U17
U14
ADCLN
ALRCLK
ADCLP
ADC_DATA
ASDATA
ADCRN
22
38
OUTRP1
DLRCLK
OUTRN1
37
DBCLK
DAIP14_DAC_LRCLK
41
DAIP12_DAC_D1
DSDATA1
42
DAIP11_DAC_D2
43
DSDATA2
DAIP10_DAC_D3
DAIP9_DAC_D4
DSDATA4
3.3V
47
CIN
OUTRN3
COUT
OUTLP3
CCLK
OUTLN3
50
51
SPICLK
DAC2
OUTLP2
12
OUTLN2
5
MASTER_SLAVE
ADC_DATA
28
OFF = AD1835 is SLAVE
ON = AD1835 is MASTER
4
Disconnects ADC_DATA signal from
driving the corrisponding DAI signal.
Useful if using this DAI pin for another purpose.
OUTRP3
27
OUTRN3
26
DAC3
OUTLP3
25
2
3
MCLK
3
MISO
OUTRN2
13
OUTRP3
MOSI
OUTRP2
14
OUTLN2
4
DAIP17_AUDIO_OSC
SW7: CODEC SETUP SWITCH
(Default: 1=OFF, 2=ON, 3=ON, 4=ON)
Connects or disconnects the audio oscillator
1-2
depending on how the system is setup.
See users manual for more information.
OUTLN1
15
OUTRP2
6
SWT018
DIP4
DAC1
OUTLP1
6
OUTLP2
2
DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
OUTRN1
7
OUTRN2
R76
10K
805
DAIP5_ADC_DATA
DSDATA3
44
3
DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
OUTRP1
8
OUTLN1
ADC
ADCRP
9
OUTLP1
12.288MHZ
OSC003
ADCRN
23
ADCRP
DAIP13_DAC_BCLK
ADCLP
7
4
49
ADCLN
21
8
2
3
ABCLK
46
ON
DAIP7_ADC_BCLK
DAIP8_ADC_LRCLK
20
2
45
SW7
1
3
OUT
1
1
OE
OUTLN3
2
FLAG3_AD1835_SPI_CS
CLATCH
34
OUTRP4
33
OUTRN4
MASTER_SLAVE
~M/S
OUTRN4
32
OUTLP4
36
DAC4
OUTLP4
31
OUTLN4
R148
6.04K
805
OUTRP4
OUTLN4
2
5V
4
RESET
3.3V
17
PD/RST
FILTD
18
1
AD8606AR
SOIC8
A5V
ODVDD
AVDD1
AVDD2
1
DVDD1
39
AVDD3
3
52
11
19
CT14
10UF
B
29
C120
0.1UF
805
CT13
10UF
B
C121
0.1UF
805
R149
6.04K
805
DVDD2
AGND1
40
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
3
FILTR
48
U11
R65
6.04K
805
DGND1
AGND2
DGND2
AGND3
AGND4
16
6
U11
24
7
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
AGND
3
SW11
5
AD8606AR
SOIC8
35
1
AIN_LEFT
AIN_RIGHT
15
3
14
4
13
5
12
6
11
7
10
8
9
4
5
6
7
AGND
16
2
3
AD1835AAS
MQFP52
ON
30
2
AGND6
Loopback Test Switch
(Default= All OFF)
For Test Purposes Only
10
1
AGND5
5
AOUT1_LEFT
AOUT1_RIGHT
AOUT2_LEFT
AOUT2_RIGHT
AOUT3_LEFT
AOUT3_RIGHT
AOUT4_LEFT
8
AOUT4_RIGHT
SWT016
DIP8
5V_B
3.3V
A5V
5V
A5V
A5V
3.3V
FER8
600
1206
DNP = Do Not Populate
C41
0.1UF
402
C155
0.01UF
805
C148
0.1UF
805
4
C152
0.1UF
805
C132
0.1UF
805
C133
0.1UF
805
C131
0.22UF
805
ANALOG
DEVICES
R151
0.00
805
Title
OSC
AD1835
AD1835
AGND
AGND
AGND
AD1835
AD8606
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - ANALOG AUDIO
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
11-7-2003_18:38
D
4
of
12
A
B
C
D
1
1
R46
5.49K
1206
R58
11.0K
1206
R40
5.49K
1206
C11
100PF
1206
R45
3.32K
805
R55
11.0K
1206
OUTLN1
C9
100PF
1206
R39
3.32K
805
OUTLN2
C112
330PF
805
6
C20
DNP
805
DAC1 LEFT
C114
330PF
805
U9
7
DAC2 LEFT
5
R57
5.49K
1206
C103
680PF
805 R44
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R127
604
1206
OUTLP1
J5
4X2
CON011
CT9
10UF
CAP002
AOUT1_LEFT
R140
2.74K
1206
C90
220PF
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
C18
DNP
805
7
5
R54
5.49K
1206
C105
680PF
805 R38
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R129
604
1206
OUTLP2
J5
4X2
CON011
CT7
10UF
CAP002
2
AOUT2_LEFT
R142
2.74K
1206
3
C68
2200PF
1206
U8
6
R118
49.9K
1206
C92
220PF
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
5
6
R120
49.9K
1206
C70
2200PF
1206
2
2
AGND
R43
5.49K
1206
R56
11.0K
1206
R42
3.32K
805
AGND
R37
5.49K
1206
C10
100PF
1206
R53
11.0K
1206
OUTRN1
C19
DNP
805
DAC1 RIGHT
2
C106
330PF
805
U9
1
DAC2 RIGHT
3
R62
5.49K
1206
C113
680PF
805 R41
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
OUTRP1
R128
604
1206
J5
4X2
CON011
CT8
10UF
CAP002
AOUT1_RIGHT
R141
2.74K
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
A5V
C8
100PF
1206
OUTRN2
C104
330PF
805
3
R36
3.32K
805
C91
220PF
1206
R117
49.9K
1206
1
3
3
R61
5.49K
1206
C115
680PF
805 R35
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R130
604
1206
OUTRP2
J5
4X2
CON011
CT6
10UF
CAP002
1
AOUT2_RIGHT
R143
2.74K
1206
3
C67
2200PF
1206
C17
DNP
805
U8
2
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
C93
220PF
1206
4
6
C69
2200PF
1206
R119
49.9K
1206
A5V
AGND
AGND
DNP = Do Not Populate
C100
0.22UF
805
4
ANALOG
DEVICES
C99
0.22UF
805
Title
AGND
AGND
AD8606
AD8606
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - AUDIO OUT 1
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
8-19-2003_22:57
D
5
of
12
A
B
C
D
1
1
R34
5.49K
1206
R52
11.0K
1206
R28
5.49K
1206
C7
100PF
1206
R33
3.32K
805
R49
11.0K
1206
OUTLN3
C5
100PF
1206
R27
3.32K
805
OUTLN4
C116
330PF
805
6
C16
DNP
805
DAC3 LEFT
C118
330PF
805
U7
7
DAC4 LEFT
5
R51
5.49K
1206
C107
680PF
805 R32
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R131
604
1206
OUTLP3
J5
4X2
CON011
CT5
10UF
CAP002
AOUT3_LEFT
U6
6
C14
DNP
805
7
5
R48
5.49K
1206
C109
680PF
805 R26
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R133
604
1206
J5
4X2
CON011
CT3
10UF
CAP002
OUTLP4
8
AOUT4_LEFT
11
AOUT4_LEFT_HP
R144
2.74K
1206
C94
220PF
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
R146
2.74K
1206
9
C72
2200PF
1206
R122
49.9K
1206
C96
220PF
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
12
R124
49.9K
1206
C74
2200PF
1206
2
2
AGND
R31
5.49K
1206
R50
11.0K
1206
R30
3.32K
805
AGND
R25
5.49K
1206
C6
100PF
1206
R47
11.0K
1206
OUTRN3
C4
100PF
1206
OUTRN4
C108
330PF
805
C15
DNP
805
DAC3 RIGHT
3
R24
3.32K
805
2
C110
330PF
805
U7
1
DAC4 RIGHT
3
R60
5.49K
1206
C117
680PF
805 R29
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
OUTRP3
R132
604
1206
J5
4X2
CON011
CT4
10UF
CAP002
AOUT3_RIGHT
C13
DNP
805
U6
2
1
3
3
R59
5.49K
1206
C119
680PF
805 R23
1.65K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R134
604
1206
OUTRP4
J5
4X2
CON011
CT2
10UF
CAP002
7
AOUT4_RIGHT
10
AOUT4_RIGHT_HP
R145
2.74K
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
A5V
C95
220PF
1206
R147
2.74K
1206
9
C71
2200PF
1206
R121
49.9K
1206
AUDIO_VREF_DAC
C97
220PF
1206
AGND
A5V
12
C73
2200PF
1206
R123
49.9K
1206
AGND
DNP = Do Not Populate
C102
0.22UF
805
4
ANALOG
DEVICES
C101
0.22UF
805
Title
AGND
AGND
Size
AD8606
AD8606
C
Date
A
B
C
20 Cotton Road
Nashua, NH 03063
4
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ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - AUDIO OUT 2
Board No.
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
8-19-2003_22:57
D
6
of
12
A
B
C
D
R1
301
1206
VREF_MIC_L
J4
RCA_1X2
CON031
2
1
CT12
10UF
CAP002
FER7
600
1206
R136
11.0K
1206
R16
5.49K
1206
R21
5.49K
1206
AIN_LEFT
3
C80
680PF
805
C2
100PF
1206
6
C89
680PF
805
1
R18
237
1206
U5
AGND
7
ADCLN
AGND
5
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R22
5.76K
1206
C88
0.001UF
805
R19
5.76K
1206
1
3
AOUT4_RIGHT_HP
AD8532AR
SOIC8
C12
100PF
1206
DNP
C86
120PF
1206
ADC LEFT
C98
0.001UF
805
J6
2
DAC4
HEADPHONE OUT
AGND
R11
750K
1206
R20
237
1206
U5
4
7
5
5
AOUT4_LEFT_HP
1
1
AD8532AR
SOIC8
ADCLP
3
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
3
CT10
68UF
CAP003
U10
6
2
CT11
68UF
CAP003
U10
2
CON001
R115
49.9K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
R114
49.9K
1206
AGND
A5V
2
2
AGND
C84
10UF
805
R2
301
1206
VREF_MIC_R
J4
RCA_1X2
CON031
CT1
10UF
CAP002
FER6
600
1206
1
R113
11.0K
1206
R7
5.49K
1206
AGND
R15
5.49K
1206
AD8606
AIN_RIGHT
3
C76
680PF
805
C64
100PF
1206
2
C81
680PF
805
R14
237
1206
U2
AGND
2
1
ADCRN
AGND
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
AD8606AR
SOIC8
SW6
C3
100PF
1206
3
6
4
5
AIN_RIGHT
AIN_LEFT
VREF_MIC_L
VREF_MIC_R
SWT018
DIP4
R13
237
1206
U2
7
4
ADC RIGHT
AGND
WHEN USING AN ELECTRET MICROPHONE
PLACE ALL SWITCHES IN ON POSITION
7
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
8
2
3
C83
0.001UF
805
1
2
6
3
R3
2.00K
1206
AD8606AR
SOIC8
ON
R6
5.76K
1206
R116
750K
1206
AUDIO_VREF_ADC
C82
0.001UF
805
DNP
C78
120PF
1206
A5V
1
3
1
R10
5.76K
1206
A5V
ELECTRET MICROPHONE ENABLE SWITCH
(Default = All OFF)
3
3
A5V
R5
2.00K
1206
U4
R12
0.00
805
ADCRP
5
AD8606AR
SOIC8
AGND
U4
6
R126
0.00
805
7
5
C87
0.22UF
805
C77
0.22UF
805
C111
0.22UF
805
DNP = Do Not Populate
AD8606AR
SOIC8
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AD8532
AD8606
AD8606
Title
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
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PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - HEADPHONE OUT
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
7-3-2003_17:09
D
7
of
12
A
B
C
D
1
1
3.3V
R63
10K
805
DNP
R8
0.00
805
R98
10K
805
R17
47K
805
S/PDIF RX
DAIP18_SPDIF_IN
U3
P1
RCA
CON012
1X1
SPDIF
COAX
INPUT
C66
0.01UF
805
5
RXN
R9
0.00
805
OLRCK
1
C188
0.01UF
805
3.3V
2
R4
0.00
805
SPDIF_SCK
28
2
C122
0.1UF
805
DNP
27
OSCLK
A3.3V
R112
75
1206
4
RXP0
3
RXP1
2
RXP2
1
RXP3
10
RXP4
11
RXP5
12
RXP6
13
RXP7
26
SDOUT
SPDIF_SDATA
R135
33
805
24
RMCK
SPDIF_MCK
SPDIF GPO1
25
OMCK
LED11
AMBER-SMT
LED001
16
CCLK_SCL
SPICLK
15
CDIN_AD1
6
VA
7
AGND
8
FILT
MISO
14
CS_ADO
20
GPO0
GPO1
21
18
GPO2_AD0
VL
R137
270
805
SPDIF_SPI_CS
U33
SPDIF_GPO0
19
SHGND
2
MOSI
17
CDOUT_SDA
R125
3.01K
1206
3.3V
SPDIF_FSYNC
11
10
TP8
74LVC14A
SOIC14
23
VD
C85
0.001UF
805
22
9
DGND
C65
0.022UF
805
RST
RESET
CS8416-CS
SOIC28
3
3
SW8
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
4
5
6
DAIP16_SPDIF_GPO0
11
3
DAIP3_SPDIF_SCK
DAIP15_SPDIF_SPI_CS
2
2
DAIP1_SPDIF_DATA
DAIP4_SPDIF_FSYNC
ON 12
1
DAIP2_SPDIF_MCLK
1
SPDIF_MCK
SPDIF_SDATA
SPDIF_FSYNC
SPDIF_SCK
SPDIF_SPI_CS
SPDIF_GPO0
SWT017
DIP6
A3.3V
3.3V
FER1
600
1206
C187
0.1UF
805
C186
0.1UF
805
C79
0.001UF
805
C1
0.1UF
805
SW8: SPDIF SIGNAL DISABLE
(Default: ALL = ON)
Used to disconnect signals of the SPDIF inteface
1-6
from the corrisponding DAI signals.
Useful if using DAI signals for another purpose.
C75
10UF
1210
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
4
Title
CS8416
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - S/PDIF RX
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-28-2004_11:01
D
8
of
12
A
B
C
D
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
R174
10K
805
RESET
3.3V
1
FLAG1
3.3V
POWER
R188
100
805
LED9
RED-SMT
LED001
U33
1
SW1
SWT013
SPST-MOMENTARY
LED10
GREEN-SMT
LED001
1
2
74LVC14A
SOIC14
R138
270
1206
CT18
1UF
A
R139
270
1206
R92
10K
805
RESET
R96
10K
805
U22
1
MR
4
PFI
SW5
SWT013
SPST-MOMENTARY
RESET
RESET
PFO
8
RESET_TO_USB
7
RESET
5
U33
ADM708SAR
SOIC8
3.3V
13
12
74LVC14A
SOIC14
SOFT_RESET
R173
10K
805
FLAG2
R187
100
805
U33
3
2
SW2
SWT013
SPST-MOMENTARY
4
2
74LVC14A
SOIC14
CT17
1UF
A
3.3V
LEDs can be accessed as a memeory address,
or directly as flags depending on the DSP settings.
See SW9 Settings and the EZ-KIT
Lite User Manual for more information.
3.3V
R172
10K
805
DAIP19
3.3V
U24
R186
100
805
5
AD0
AD[0:15]
U33
AD1
6
AD2
SW3
SWT013
SPST-MOMENTARY
74LVC14A
SOIC14
AD3
SW9
1
2
11
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
7
1
CT16
1UF
A
ON 12
2
3
3
FLAG1_SW1
R164
10K
805
AD4
AD5
FLAG2_SW2
AD6
DAIP19_SW3
4
AD7
DAIP20_SW4
5
6
4
9
4Q
12
5Q
15
6Q
3
16
7Q
19
8Q
AD6
AD5
GND
LED8
AMBER-SMT
LED001
10
SN74AHC1G02
SOT23-5
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
LED7
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED6
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED5
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED4
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED3
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED2
AMBER-SMT
LED001
LED1
AMBER-SMT
LED001
R177
270
1206
R178
270
1206
R179
270
1206
R180
270
1206
R181
270
1206
R182
270
1206
R183
270
1206
R184
270
1206
SW9: PUSH BUTTON ENABLE SWITCH
(Default = All ON, except position 5)
Used to stop the pushbuttons from
1-4
driving the corrisponding DSP signal.
Useful if using these DSP signals for another purpose.
R185
100
805
5
Not Used
6
OFF = LEDs function as flags
ON = LEDs are accessed at a memory address
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
3.3V
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
U33
9
SW4
SWT013
SPST-MOMENTARY
8
74LVC14A
SOIC14
C162
0.01UF
805
CT15
1UF
A
C164
0.01UF
805
C161
0.01UF
805
C182
0.01UF
805
Title
Size
SN74AHC1G02
74LVC373
ADM708
74LVC14A
B
C
20 Cotton Road
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ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - USER IO/RESET
Board No.
C
Date
A
AD4
20
VCC
74LVC373APW
TSSOP20
R171
10K
805
4
6
3Q
11
LE
1
OE
2
3.3V
DAIP20
5
2Q
U26
1
WE
2
1Q
AD7
LED_CS_SW
SWT017
DIP6
LED_CS
3
1D
4
2D
7
3D
8
4D
13
5D
14
6D
17
7D
18
8D
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-23-2004_13:09
D
9
of
12
A
B
C
D
EXPANSION INTERFACE (TYPE A)
5V
3.3V
1.2V_DSP
3.3V
5V
1.2V
All USB interface circuitry is considered proprietary and has
been omitted from this schematic.
1
When designing your JTAG interface please refer to the
Engineer to Engineer Note EE-68 which can be found at
http://www.analog.com
AD[0:15]
J1
AD1
2
1
2
J2
1
J3
2
1
4
3
4
3
4
3
6
5
6
5
6
5
AD0
1
3.3V_DSP
AD3
8
7
AD2
8
7
8
7
AD5
10
9
AD4
10
9
10
9
AD7
12
11
AD6
12
11
12
11
AD9
14
13
AD8
14
13
14
13
AD11
16
15
AD10
16
15
16
15
AD13
18
17
AD12
18
17
18
17
AD15
20
19
AD14
20
19
20
19
22
21
22
21
22
21
24
23
24
23
24
23
26
25
26
25
28
27
28
27
30
29
32
2
3
30
31
34
33
36
35
38
29
32
RESET
31
34
FLAG1_SW1
RESET
35
37
38
40
39
42
44
25
28
27
30
32
33
36
26
34
FLAG0_SPI_FLASH_CS
29
37
38
37
40
39
40
39
41
42
41
42
41
43
44
43
44
43
46
45
46
45
46
45
48
47
48
47
48
47
50
49
50
49
50
49
52
51
52
51
52
51
54
53
54
53
54
53
56
55
56
55
56
55
58
57
58
57
58
57
60
59
60
59
60
59
62
61
62
61
62
61
64
63
64
63
64
63
66
65
66
65
66
65
68
67
68
67
68
67
70
69
70
69
70
69
72
71
72
71
72
71
74
73
74
73
74
73
76
75
76
75
76
75
78
77
78
77
78
77
80
79
80
79
80
79
82
81
82
81
82
81
84
83
84
83
84
83
86
85
86
85
86
85
88
87
88
87
88
87
90
89
90
89
90
89
EXP_CS1
DAIP2_SPDIF_MCLK
DAIP4_SPDIF_FSYNC
DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
DAIP8_ADC_LRCLK
DAIP10_DAC_D3
DAIP12_DAC_D1
DAIP14_DAC_LRCLK
DAIP16_SPDIF_GPO0
DAIP18_SPDIF_IN
DAIP20_SW4
SPIDS
SPICLK
45X2
CON019
DAIP1_SPDIF_DATA
DAIP3_SPDIF_SCK
DAIP5_ADC_DATA
DAIP7_ADC_BCLK
DAIP9_DAC_D4
DAIP11_DAC_D2
DAIP13_DAC_BCLK
DAIP15_SPDIF_SPI_CS
ALE
DAIP17_AUDIO_OSC
DAIP19_SW3
JTAG
HEADER
P5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
EMULATOR_SELECT
DSP_CLKOUT
EMULATOR_EMU
EMULATOR_TMS
EMULATOR_TCK
EMULATOR_TRST
EMULATOR_TDI
33
35
FLAG2_SW2
R176
4.7K
805
31
36
FLAG3_AD1835_SPI_CS
3.3V
2
EMULATOR_TDO
IDC7X2
7X2
DAI
HEADER
P3
FLAG2_SW2
EXP_CS2
MISO
MOSI
45X2
CON019
DAIP1_SPDIF_DATA
RD
DAIP3_SPDIF_SCK
DAIP5_ADC_DATA
WE
DAIP7_ADC_BCLK
DAIP9_DAC_D4
DAIP11_DAC_D2
DAIP13_DAC_BCLK
DAIP15_SPDIF_SPI_CS
DAIP17_AUDIO_OSC
45X2
CON019
DAIP19_SW3
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
DAIP2_SPDIF_MCLK
DAIP4_SPDIF_FSYNC
3
DAIP6_AD1835_MCLK
DAIP8_ADC_LRCLK
DAIP10_DAC_D3
DAIP12_DAC_D1
DAIP14_DAC_LRCLK
DAIP16_SPDIF_GPO0
DAIP18_SPDIF_IN
DAIP20_SW4
IDC13X2
13X2
SPI
HEADER
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
P2
MOSI
MISO
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
SPICLK
SPIDS
FLAG1_SW1
IDC3X2
3X2
Title
NOTE: Must disable SW1 when using this pin as SPI select.
See page 9
Size
A
B
C
Nashua, NH 03063
4
PH: 1-800-ANALOGD
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - CONNECTORS
Board No.
C
Date
20 Cotton Road
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-23-2004_12:23
D
10
of
12
A
B
C
D
1
1
5V
5V_B
UNREG_IN
UNREG_IN
UNREG_IN
POWER IN
F1
2.5A
FUS001
FER3
CHOKE_COIL
4
3
1
2
D2
2A
DO-214AA
R82
0.00
1206
VR4
7
IN1
8
IN2
J7
VR1
7
IN1
8
IN2
1
OUT1
2
OUT2
3
1
C38
1000PF
1206
2
OUT3
D1
2A
DO-214AA
R73
100K
1206
C46
10UF
1210
C47
0.1UF
805
6
SD
5
FB
GND
4 ADP3336ARM
MSOP8
6
SD
R88
210K
805
3
7.5V_POWER
CON005
2.5MM_JACK
C56
1UF
805
C52
10UF
805
C61
1UF
805
1
OUT1
2
OUT2
3
OUT3
5
FB
GND
4 ADP3336ARM
MSOP8
R69
210K
805
C39
1UF
805
C40
10UF
805
C44
1UF
805
R87
64.9K
805
C37
1000PF
1206
R67
64.9K
805
2
MH5
MH4
MH1
MH2
2
MH3
SHGND
SHGND
R192
0.00
805
3.3V
TP5
FER2
600
1206
UNREG_IN
UNREG_IN
R191
DNP
805
3
INPUT
VR5
6
VIN
SYNC_MODE
3
7
C60
10UF
1210
FER5
600
1206
2
OUTPUT1
4
OUTPUT2
GND
1
1
RUN
4
GND
R91
0.00
1206
VR2
C59
0.1UF
805
ADP3339AKC-33
SOT-223
C58
1UF
805
C57
0.1UF
805
5
SW
SHGND
PLL_LPF
8
2
ITH
3
3
VFB
LTC1877
MSOP8
1.2V
TP3
3.3V
TP1
C48
1UF
805
1
IN1
SW
2
IN2
DRV
4
COMP
FB
R83
124K
805
6
C55
30PF
1206
5
R85
DNP
805
D4
1A
DO-214AA
DNP
4
R89
316K
805
DNP
7
GND2
C53
470PF
1206
DNP
C54
DNP
805
R86
249K
805
C50
10UF
805
C51
10UF
805
C184
10UF
805
C183
220PF
1206
R84
20.0K
1206
DNP
C185
10UF
805
ADP3088
REFERENCE POPULATION
DESIGNATOR OPTION
LTC1877
POPULATION
OPTION
(DEFAULT)
R89
316K
DNP
VR3
ADP3088
DNP
VR5
DNP
LTC1877
R191
DNP
DNP
R192
DNP
0
D4
POP
DNP
R83
53.6K
124K
TP7
R86
221K
249K
C53
470pF
DNP
R84
20K
DNP
C183
10pF
220pF
C55
470pF
30pF
DNP = Do Not Populate
ANALOG
DEVICES
Title
Size
Date
B
C
20 Cotton Road
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ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT LITE - POWER
Board No.
C
A
TP4
8
3
GND1
ADP3088
MSOP8
DNP
TP6
L1
10UH
IND001
VR3
C49
10UF
1210
TP2
Rev
A0174-2002
1.4
Sheet
1-23-2004_11:59
D
11
of
12
I
INDEX
Symbols
~LED_CS signal, 3-11
~WE signal, 3-11
A
abort, hang operations, 2-11
acknowledge, hang operation, 2-11
AD15-0 pins, 3-3
AD1835A audio codec, xiii, 2-3, 2-5,
3-6, 3-9
ADC_DATA pin, 3-10
configuration registers, 2-4
master mode, 2-4, 3-9
slave mode, 2-4, 2-5, 3-10
AD7-0 pins, 2-6, 3-11, 3-13
Add New Hardware Wizard, Windows
98, 1-8
ADSP-21262 processors
boot mode, 3-11
CLKCFG1, CLKCFG0 pins, 3-3
core frequency, 3-3
core voltage, 3-2
external memory map, 2-2
flash memory, 2-2
internal memory restrictions, 2-2
IO voltage, 3-2
parallel port, 2-2, 2-7
SPI port, 2-4
SRAM memory, 2-2
analog
audio interface, xii, 2-3
to-digital converters (ADCs), 2-3
audio
applications, xiii
in RCA connector (J4), 3-17
oscillator, 3-9
out RCA connector (J5), 3-17
B
background telemetry channel (BTC),
2-8
bill of materials, A-1
boot
code, 2-2
load, 2-8
mode, 3-3, 3-11
BOOTCFG pins, 3-11
breakpoints, 2-12
C
chip select, 2-3, 3-18
clear, hang operations, 2-11
CLKIN pin, 3-3
clock
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
I-1
INDEX
multiplier ratio, 3-11
routing, 3-9
signals, 3-9
codec setup switch (SW7), 3-9
common attributes, hardware
breakpoints, 2-13
connecting, EZ-KIT Lite board, 1-5
connectors, 1-5, 3-15
J1 (expansion interface), 3-7
J2 (expansion interface), 3-7
J3 (expansion interface), 3-7
J4 (audio in RCA), 2-4, 3-17
J5 (audio out RCA), 2-4, 3-17
J6 (headphone out), 2-4, 3-17
J7 (power), 3-17
P1 (SPDIF In Coax), 3-18
P2 (SPI), 3-18
P3 (DAI), 3-18
P4 (USB), 1-6, 3-19
P5 (JTAG header), 3-19
P8 (JTAG), 3-7
contents, EZ-KIT Lite package, 1-1
conventions, manual, xxi
core hang conditions, 2-11
CS8416, xiii, 2-5, 3-6, 3-10, 3-12,
3-14
customer support, xvi
hardware breakpoints, 2-14
IO rate, 2-3
transfer, 3-9
Device Manager window, 1-16
digital
audio interface (DAI), xiii, 3-14
to-analog converters (DACs), 2-3
DIP switches, 2-6, 3-8
also see SW
DSP signals
DAI pins, 3-11, 3-15
FLAG pins, 3-11, 3-15
D
DAI
header (P3), xiii, 3-18
pins, 2-6, 3-11, 3-15
port, 2-3, 2-5
data
F
features, EZ-KIT Lite board, xii
FLAG pins, 2-7, 3-6, 3-14
FLAG0, 2-3
FLAG1, 3-18
FLAG10, 2-7
I-2
E
electret microphone, 2-4, 3-9
electrostatic discharge, 1-2
enable attribute, 2-13
end address, attribute, 2-13
example programs, 2-7
exclusive, attribute, 2-13
expansion interface, xiii, 3-15
see also connectors
external memory, 2-3, 3-7
EZ-KIT Lite board
architecture, 3-2
boot modes, 3-11
features, xii
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
INDEX
FLAG11, 2-7
FLAG12, 2-7
FLAG13, 2-7
FLAG14, 2-7
FLAG15, 2-7
FLAG3, 2-4
FLAG8, 2-7
FLAG9, 2-7
FLAG registers, 2-6, 3-13
flash memory, xiii, 2-3, 3-3, 3-6, 3-11
see also external memory
Found New Hardware Wizard
Windows 2000, 1-14
frame sync signals, 2-4, 2-5, 3-9
G
general-purpose IO
FLAG pins, 3-6
LEDs, 2-6, 3-3, 3-13
push buttons
see push buttons
global options, hardware breakpoints,
2-14
graphical user interface (GUI), 2-8
H
hard reset, 2-8
hardware breakpoint, 2-12, 2-17
dialog box, 2-12
restrictions, 2-18
headphone out jack (J6), 3-17
Help, online, xix
hung conditions, 2-11
I
I2S mode, 2-3
ignore, hang operations, 2-11
installation, summary, 1-3
installing
EZ-KIT Lite USB driver, 1-7
VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite
license, 1-4
VisualDSP++ and EZ-KIT Lite
software, 1-4
instruction hardware breakpoints, 2-15
interfaces
see graphical user interface (GUI)
internal memory, 3-7
interrupts, 2-6
IO
FLAG pins, 3-6
voltage, 3-2
J
J3-1 connectors, 3-15
JTAG
connector (P5), 3-19
emulation port, 3-7
emulator, 3-19
ICE, xiii
jumper settings, 1-5
L
latch-enable pin (ALE), 2-6, 3-3, 3-11
latency, 2-18
LEDs, xiii, 1-5, 2-6, 3-11, 3-12
LED10, 1-6, 3-14
LED11, 1-15, 1-16, 2-5, 3-14
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
I-3
INDEX
LED12, 1-6, 3-14
LED13, 3-14
LED8-1 (general purpose), 3-13
LED9, 1-6, 3-14
license restrictions, 2-2
loop-back test switch (SW11), 3-12
M
master input clock (MCLK), 2-4
memory
bus (AD15-0), 3-3
restrictions, 2-2
mode, attribute, 2-13
O
oscillator, 2-4, 3-3
P
package contents, 1-1
parallel
flash memory, 2-2
port, 2-2, 2-6, 3-3, 3-11
port boot, 3-3
PC
configuration, 1-3
peripheral ports, xiv
pins, 3-9
power
connector (J7), 3-17
LED (LED10), 3-14
specifications, 3-18
supply, 3-18
PPFLGS bit, 2-7
I-4
processor external memory, see
ADSP-21262 processors
program memory, xii, 2-2
push buttons, xiii, 2-6, 3-12
see also SW
SW1 (general input), 3-14, 3-15
SW2 (general input), 3-14, 3-15
SW3 (general input), 3-14, 3-15
SW4 (general input), 3-14, 3-15
SW5 (reset), 3-15
SW9 (enable), 3-10
R
R79 resistor, 3-2
R80 resistor, 3-2
registering, this product, 1-2, 1-4
reset
board, 2-8
hang operation, 2-11
processor, 3-14
push button (SW5), 3-15
retry, hang operation, 2-11
S
Serial Peripheral Interconnect (SPI),
xii, 3-6
serial port clock, 2-4
setting
breakpoints, 2-18
EZ-KIT Lite hardware, 1-5
target options, 2-9
spacing headers, 3-18
SPDIF
GPO1 LED (LED11), 3-14
ADSP-21262 EZ-KIT Lite Evaluation System Manual
INDEX
receiver, 2-4, 3-10
setup, 3-10
SPI
flash memory, 2-2
header (P2), xiii, 3-18
master boot, 3-3
master mode, 3-11
SRAM memory, xiii, 2-2, 3-3
start address, attribute, 2-13
starting VisualDSP++, 1-16
SW10 switch, 3-3
SW11 switch, 3-12
SW6 switch, 3-9
SW7 switch, 3-9
SW8 switch, 3-10
SW9 switch, 3-15
system
architecture, EZ-KIT Lite board, 3-2
requirements, PC, 1-3
T
target options
miscellaneous, 2-10
on emulator exit, 2-9
while target is halted, 2-9
target options dialog box, 2-9
time-division multiplexed mode
(TDM), 2-3
U
U24, LED latch, 3-11
USB
cable, 1-2, 3-14, 3-15
connector (P4), 3-19
debug interface, 3-19
driver installation, Windows 2000,
1-12
driver installation, Windows 98, 1-8
driver installation, Windows XP, 1-13
interface, 3-7
interface chip (U34), 3-14, 3-15
monitor LED (LED13), 3-14
V
verifying USB driver installation, 1-15
VisualDSP++
documentation, xix
installation, 1-4
license, 1-4
online Help, xix
requirements, 1-3
starting, 1-16
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INDEX
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