Freescale Semiconductor Chip Errata Document Number: DSP56720CE Rev. 1.0, 12/2007 DSP56720 Silicon Revision: 0M78E Table 1 defines Severity values for errata described in this document. Table 1. Definitions of Errata Severity Severity Errata Type 1 Critical 2 High Failure mode that might restrict or limit the use of the device for all or a majority Generally available of intended applications 3 Moderate Unexpected behavior that does not cause significant problems for the intended Generally available applications of the device Meaning Failure mode that severely inhibits the use of the device for all or a majority of intended applications Workaround Unavailable Table 3 lists known chip errata affecting the versions of DSP56720 identified in the final column. Table 2 summarizes the errata described in more detail in Table 3. Table 2. Chip Errata Summary for DSP56720 Severity Erratum ID Title 3 ES153 Clearing Individual ESAI Interrupt Enable Bits 0M78E 3 ES154 Port A Data Register When Configured For External Memory Controller 0M78E © Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., 2007. All rights reserved. Silicon Revision Table 3. Chip Errata for DSP56720 Severity Erratum ID 3 ES153 Summary Module Affected: ESAI/ESAI_1/ESAI_2/ ESAI_3 Title: Clearing Individual ESAI Interrupt Enable Bits Release Date: September 2007 Silicon Revision Details Description: If an ESAI transmit interrupt enable bit (TEIE, TEDIE, TIE, TLIE) or an ESAI receive interrupt enable bit (REIE, REDIE, RIE, RLIE) is cleared by software while that same interrupt is asserted then the interrupt vector received by the DSP56300 core may be for the ESAI Receive Data interrupt if no other ESAI interrupts are pending. 0M78E This only occurs if the interrupt is disabled before the interrupt vector is calculated but after the DSP56300 core has accepted that interrupt as the highest priority pending interrupt. The ESAI Receive Data interrupt does not need to be enabled for this to happen. This errata also applies to ESAI_1, ESAI_2 and ESAI_3. Workaround: Mask the ESAI interrupt in the IPRP register while clearing an individual ESAI interrupt enable bit. It is also valid to globally mask all interrupts while the individual ESAI interrupt is disabled, but this is not required. Fix Plan/Status: Not fixed. 3 ES154 Module Affected: GPIO Title: Port A Data Register When Configured For External Memory Controller Release Date: September 2007 Description: If Port A Control and Direction Register bits are configured to enable the External Memory Controller (PCRA[x] = PRRA[x] = 1) then the corresponding Port A Data Register bit must be kept clear (PCDA[x] = 0) otherwise the LAD[x] pin may be driven with an incorrect value. 0M78E Workaround: For each bit in the Port A Data Register, ensure PCDA[x] = 0 whenever PCRA[x] = PRRA[x] = 1. Fix Plan/Status: Not fixed. 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