AMD ELANSC520

Élan™SC520 Microcontroller
Register Set Manual
Order #22005B
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PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
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Purpose of this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xv
Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xv
Overview of this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xv
Related Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xvi
AMD Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xvi
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xvii
Documentation Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xviii
CHAPTER 1
CONFIGURATION REGISTER OVERVIEW
1-1
1.1 Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers. . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
1.2 Direct-Mapped I/O Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
1.3 PCI Host Bridge Indexed Configuration Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
1.4 RTC and CMOS RAM Indexed Registers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
CHAPTER 2
SYSTEM ADDRESS MAPPING REGISTERS
2-1
2.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
2.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Address Decode Control (ADDDECCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Write-Protect Violation Status (WPVSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Programmable Address Region 0 (PAR0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 1 (PAR1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 2 (PAR2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 3 (PAR3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 4 (PAR4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 5 (PAR5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 6 (PAR6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 7 (PAR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 8 (PAR8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 9 (PAR9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 10 (PAR10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 11 (PAR11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 12 (PAR12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 13 (PAR13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 14 (PAR14) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Programmable Address Region 15 (PAR15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Configuration Base Address (CBAR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
CHAPTER 3
RESET GENERATION REGISTERS
3-1
3.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
System Board Information (SYSINFO). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Reset Configuration (RESCFG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Reset Status (RESSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
SCP Data Port (SCPDATA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
SCP Command Port (SCPCMD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
System Control Port A (SYSCTLA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
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CHAPTER 4
Am5X86® CPU REGISTERS
4-1
4.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Revision ID (REVID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Am5x86® CPU Control (CPUCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
CHAPTER 5
SYSTEM ARBITRATION REGISTERS
5-1
5.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
5.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
System Arbiter Control (SYSARBCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
PCI Bus Arbiter Status (PCIARBSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
System Arbiter Master Enable (SYSARBMENB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Arbiter Priority Control (ARBPRICTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
CHAPTER 6
PCI BUS HOST BRIDGE REGISTERS
6-1
6.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Host Bridge Control (HBCTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Control (HBTGTIRQCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Status (HBTGTIRQSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Control (HBMSTIRQCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Status (HBMSTIRQSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Address (MSTINTADD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-14
PCI Configuration Address (PCICFGADR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
PCI Configuration Data (PCICFGDATA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
Device/Vendor ID (PCIDEVID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-18
Status/Command (PCISTACMD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
Class Code/Revision ID (PCICCREVID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Header Type (PCIHEADTYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-23
Master Retry Time-Out (PCIMRETRYTO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
CHAPTER 7
SDRAM CONTROLLER REGISTERS
7-1
7.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
7.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
SDRAM Control (DRCCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
SDRAM Timing Control (DRCTMCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
SDRAM Bank Configuration (DRCCFG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
SDRAM Bank 0–3 Ending Address (DRCBENDADR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
ECC Control (ECCCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
ECC Status (ECCSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
ECC Check Bit Position (ECCCKBPOS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
ECC Check Code Test (ECCCKTEST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
ECC Single-Bit Error Address (ECCSBADD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address (ECCMBADD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
CHAPTER 8
WRITE BUFFER AND READ BUFFER REGISTER
8-1
8.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
8.2 Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
SDRAM Buffer Control (DBCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
CHAPTER 9
ROM/FLASH CONTROLLER REGISTERS
9-1
9.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
9.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
BOOTCS Control (BOOTCSCTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
ROMCS1 Control (ROMCS1CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
ROMCS2 Control (ROMCS2CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6
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CHAPTER 10 GENERAL-PURPOSE BUS CONTROLLER REGISTERS
10-1
10.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
10.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
GP Echo Mode (GPECHO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
GP Chip Select Data Width (GPCSDW). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
GP Chip Select Qualification (GPCSQUAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5
GP Chip Select Recovery Time (GPCSRT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-7
GP Chip Select Pulse Width (GPCSPW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-8
GP Chip Select Offset (GPCSOFF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-9
GP Read Pulse Width (GPRDW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10
GP Read Offset (GPRDOFF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
GP Write Pulse Width (GPWRW). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12
GP Write Offset (GPWROFF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-13
GPALE Pulse Width (GPALEW) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-14
GPALE Offset (GPALEOFF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-15
CHAPTER 11 GP DMA CONTROLLER REGISTERS
11-1
11.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
11.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
GP-DMA Control (GPDMACTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-4
GP-DMA Memory-Mapped I/O (GPDMAMMIO). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-5
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map A (GPDMAEXTCHMAPA) . . . . . . . . . 11-6
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map B (GPDMAEXTCHMAPB) . . . . . . . . . 11-8
GP-DMA Channel 0 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG0) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-10
GP-DMA Channel 1 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG1) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-11
GP-DMA Channel 2 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG2) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG3) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG5) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-14
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG6) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG7) . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC3). . . . . 11-17
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC5). . . . . 11-18
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC6). . . . . 11-19
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC7). . . . . 11-20
Buffer Chaining Control (GPDMABCCTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-21
Buffer Chaining Status (GPDMABCSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-22
Buffer Chaining Interrupt Enable (GPDMABSINTENB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-24
Buffer Chaining Valid (GPDMABCVAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-25
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL3). . . . . . . . 11-26
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH3) . . . . . . . 11-27
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL5). . . . . . . . 11-28
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH5) . . . . . . . 11-29
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL6). . . . . . . . 11-30
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH6) . . . . . . . 11-31
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL7). . . . . . . . 11-32
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH7) . . . . . . . 11-33
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL3) . . . . 11-34
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH3) . . . 11-35
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL5) . . . . 11-36
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH5) . . . 11-37
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL6) . . . . 11-38
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH6) . . . 11-39
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL7) . . . . 11-40
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH7) . . . 11-41
Slave DMA Channel 0 Memory Address (GPDMA0MAR) . . . . . . . . . . . 11-42
Slave DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count (GPDMA0TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-43
Slave DMA Channel 1 Memory Address (GPDMA1MAR) . . . . . . . . . . . 11-44
Slave DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count (GPDMA1TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-45
Slave DMA Channel 2 Memory Address (GPDMA2MAR) . . . . . . . . . . . 11-46
Slave DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count (GPDMA2TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-47
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Slave DMA Channel 3 Memory Address (GPDMA3MAR) . . . . . . . . . . . 11-48
Slave DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count (GPDMA3TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-49
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Status (SLDMASTA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-50
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Control (SLDMACTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-51
Slave Software DRQ(n) Request (SLDMASWREQ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-53
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mask (SLDMAMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-54
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mode (SLDMAMODE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-55
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer (SLDMACBP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-57
Slave DMA Controller Reset (SLDMARST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-58
Slave DMA Controller Temporary (SLDMATMP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-59
Slave DMA Mask Reset (SLDMAMSKRST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-60
Slave DMA General Mask (SLDMAGENMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-61
General 0 (GPDMAGR0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-62
Slave DMA Channel 2 Page (GPDMA2PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-63
Slave DMA Channel 3 Page (GPDMA3PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-64
Slave DMA Channel 1 Page (GPDMA1PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-65
General 1 (GPDMAGR1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-66
General 2 (GPDMAGR2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-67
General 3 (GPDMAGR3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-68
Slave DMA Channel 0 Page (GPDMA0PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-69
General 4 (GPDMAGR4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-70
Master DMA Channel 6 Page (GPDMA6PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-71
Master DMA Channel 7 Page (GPDMA7PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-72
Master DMA Channel 5 Page (GPDMA5PG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-73
General 5 (GPDMAGR5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-74
General 6 (GPDMAGR6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-75
General 7 (GPDMAGR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-76
General 8 (GPDMAGR8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-77
Master DMA Channel 4 Memory Address (GPDMA4MAR) . . . . . . . . . . 11-78
Master DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count (GPDMA4TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-79
Master DMA Channel 5 Memory Address (GPDMA5MAR) . . . . . . . . . . 11-80
Master DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count (GPDMA5TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-81
Master DMA Channel 6 Memory Address (GPDMA6MAR) . . . . . . . . . . 11-82
Master DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count (GPDMA6TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-83
Master DMA Channel 7 Memory Address (GPDMA7MAR) . . . . . . . . . . 11-84
Master DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count (GPDMA7TC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-85
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Status (MSTDMASTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-86
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Control (MSTDMACTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-87
Master Software DRQ(n) Request (MSTDMASWREQ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-89
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mask (MSTDMAMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-90
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mode (MSTDMAMODE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-91
Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer (MSTDMACBP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-93
Master DMA Controller Reset (MSTDMARST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-94
Master DMA Controller Temporary (MSTDMATMP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-95
Master DMA Mask Reset (MSTDMAMSKRST) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-96
Master DMA General Mask (MSTDMAGENMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-97
CHAPTER 12 PROGRAMMABLE INTERRUPT CONTROLLER REGISTERS
12-1
12.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
12.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
Interrupt Control (PICICR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
Master PIC Interrupt Mode (MPICMODE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-6
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mode (SL1PICMODE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mode (SL2PICMODE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-9
Software Interrupt 16–1 Control (SWINT16_1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control (SWINT22_17). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Interrupt Pin Polarity (INTPINPOL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping (PCIHOSTMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping (ECCMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-19
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GP Timer 0 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR0MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR1MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR2MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PIT 0 Interrupt Mapping (PIT0MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PIT 1 Interrupt Mapping (PIT1MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PIT 2 Interrupt Mapping (PIT2MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
UART 1 Interrupt Mapping (UART1MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
UART 2 Interrupt Mapping (UART2MAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PCI Interrupt A Mapping (PCIINTAMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PCI Interrupt B Mapping (PCIINTBMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PCI Interrupt C Mapping (PCIINTCMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
PCI Interrupt D Mapping (PCIINTDMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
DMA Buffer Chaining Interrupt Mapping (DMABCINTMAP). . . . . . . . . . 12-21
SSI Interrupt Mapping (SSIMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Watchdog Timer Interrupt Mapping (WDTMAP). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
RTC Interrupt Mapping (RTCMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Mapping (WPVMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
AMDebug™ Technology RX/TX Interrupt Mapping (ICEMAP) . . . . . . . . 12-21
Floating Point Error Interrupt Mapping (FERRMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ0 Interrupt Mapping (GP0IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ1 Interrupt Mapping (GP1IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ2 Interrupt Mapping (GP2IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ3 Interrupt Mapping (GP3IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ4 Interrupt Mapping (GP4IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ5 Interrupt Mapping (GP5IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ6 Interrupt Mapping (GP6IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ7 Interrupt Mapping (GP7IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ8 Interrupt Mapping (GP8IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ9 Interrupt Mapping (GP9IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
GPIRQ10 Interrupt Mapping (GP10IMAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Master PIC Interrupt Request (MPICIR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-24
Master PIC In-Service (MPICISR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-25
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (MPICICW1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-26
Master PIC Operation Control Word 2 (MPICOCW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-28
Master PIC Operation Control Word 3 (MPICOCW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-30
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (MPICICW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-32
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (MPICICW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-33
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (MPICICW4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-35
Master PIC Interrupt Mask (MPICINTMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-36
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Request (S2PICIR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-37
Slave 2 PIC In-Service (S2PICISR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-38
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (S2PICICW1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-39
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 2 (S2PICOCW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-41
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 3 (S2PICOCW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-43
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (S2PICICW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-45
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (S2PICICW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-46
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (S2PICICW4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-47
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mask (S2PICINTMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-48
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Request (S1PICIR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-49
Slave 1 PIC In-Service (S1PICISR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-50
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (S1PICICW1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-51
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 2 (S1PICOCW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-53
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 3 (S1PICOCW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-55
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (S1PICICW2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-57
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (S1PICICW3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-58
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (S1PICICW4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-59
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mask (S1PICINTMSK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-60
Floating Point Error Interrupt Clear (FPUERRCLR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-61
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13-1
13.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
13.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
PIT Channel 0 Count (PIT0CNT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-2
PIT Channel 1 Count (PIT1CNT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-3
PIT Channel 2 Count (PIT2CNT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-4
PIT 0 Status (PIT0STA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-5
PIT 1 Status (PIT1STA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-5
PIT 2 Status (PIT2STA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-5
PIT Mode Control (PITMODECTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-7
PIT Counter Latch Command (PITCNTLAT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-10
PIT Read-Back Command (PITRDBACK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-11
System Control Port B (SYSCTLB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-13
CHAPTER 14 GENERAL-PURPOSE TIMER REGISTERS
14-1
14.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
14.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
GP Timers Status (GPTMRSTA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-2
GP Timer 0 Mode/Control (GPTMR0CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-3
GP Timer 0 Count (GPTMR0CNT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-6
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR0MAXCMPA) . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-7
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare B (GPTMR0MAXCMPB). . . . . . . . . . . . 14-8
GP Timer 1 Mode/Control (GPTMR1CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-9
GP Timer 1 Count (GPTMR1CNT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-12
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR1MAXCMPA) . . . . . . . . . . . 14-13
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare B (GPTMR1MAXCMPB). . . . . . . . . . . 14-14
GP Timer 2 Mode/Control (GPTMR2CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
GP Timer 2 Count (GPTMR2CNT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17
GP Timer 2 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR2MAXCMPA) . . . . . . . . . . . 14-18
CHAPTER 15 SOFTWARE TIMER REGISTERS
15-1
15.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-1
15.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-1
Software Timer Millisecond Count (SWTMRMILLI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-2
Software Timer Microsecond Count (SWTMRMICRO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-3
Software Timer Configuration (SWTMRCFG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-4
CHAPTER 16 WATCHDOG TIMER REGISTERS
16-1
16.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-1
16.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-1
Watchdog Timer Control (WDTMRCTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-2
Watchdog Timer Count Low (WDTMRCNTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-4
Watchdog Timer Count High (WDTMRCNTH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-5
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CHAPTER 17
REAL-TIME CLOCK REGISTERS
17-1
17.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-1
17.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-1
RTC/CMOS RAM Index (RTCIDX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-2
RTC/CMOS RAM Data Port (RTCDATA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-3
RTC Current Second (RTCCURSEC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-4
RTC Alarm Second (RTCALMSEC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-5
RTC Current Minute (RTCCURMIN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-6
RTC Alarm Minute (RTCALMMIN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-7
RTC Current Hour (RTCCURHR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-8
RTC Alarm Hour (RTCALMHR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-9
RTC Current Day of the Week (RTCCURDOW). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-10
RTC Current Day of the Month (RTCCURDOM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-11
RTC Current Month (RTCCURMON) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-12
RTC Current Year (RTCCURYR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-13
RTC Control A (RTCCTLA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-14
RTC Control B (RTCCTLB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-16
RTC Status C (RTCSTAC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18
RTC Status D (RTCSTAD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-20
General-Purpose CMOS RAM (114 bytes) (RTCCMOS) . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-21
CHAPTER 18 UART SERIAL PORT REGISTERS
18-1
18.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-1
18.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-1
UART 1 General Control (UART1CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-3
UART 2 General Control (UART2CTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-3
UART 1 General Status (UART1STA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-4
UART 2 General Status (UART2STA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-4
UART 1 FIFO Control Shadow (UART1FCRSHAD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-5
UART 2 FIFO Control Shadow (UART2FCRSHAD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-5
UART 2 Transmit Holding (UART2THR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-7
UART 1 Transmit Holding (UART1THR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-7
UART 2 Receive Buffer (UART2RBR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-8
UART 1 Receive Buffer (UART1RBR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-8
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UART2BCDL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-9
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UART1BCDL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-9
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UART2BCDH) . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-10
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UART1BCDH) . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-10
UART 2 Interrupt Enable (UART2INTENB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-11
UART 1 Interrupt Enable (UART1INTENB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-11
UART 2 Interrupt ID (UART2INTID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-12
UART 1 Interrupt ID (UART1INTID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-12
UART 2 FIFO Control (UART2FCR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-15
UART 1 FIFO Control (UART1FCR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-15
UART 2 Line Control (UART2LCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-17
UART 1 Line Control (UART1LCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-17
UART 2 Modem Control (UART2MCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
UART 1 Modem Control (UART1MCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
UART 2 Line Status (UART2LSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-21
UART 1 Line Status (UART1LSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-21
UART 2 Modem Status (UART2MSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-23
UART 1 Modem Status (UART1MSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-23
UART 2 Scratch Pad (UART2SCRATCH). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-25
UART 1 Scratch Pad (UART1SCRATCH). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-25
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CHAPTER 19 SYNCHRONOUS SERIAL INTERFACE REGISTERS
19-1
19.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-1
19.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-1
SSI Control (SSICTL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-2
SSI Transmit (SSIXMIT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-4
SSI Command (SSICMD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-5
SSI Status (SSISTA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-6
SSI Receive (SSIRCV) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-7
CHAPTER 20 PROGRAMMABLE INPUT/OUTPUT REGISTERS
20-1
20.1 Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-1
20.2 Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-1
PIO15–PIO0 Pin Function Select (PIOPFS15_0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-3
PIO31–PIO16 Pin Function Select (PIOPFS31_16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-5
Chip Select Pin Function Select (CSPFS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-7
Clock Select (CLKSEL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-9
Drive Strength Control (DSCTL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-10
PIO15–PIO0 Direction (PIODIR15_0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-12
PIO31–PIO16 Direction (PIODIR31_16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-14
PIO15–PIO0 Data (PIODATA15_0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-16
PIO31–PIO16 Data (PIODATA31_16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-18
PIO15–PIO0 Set (PIOSET15_0) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-20
PIO31–PIO16 Set (PIOSET31_16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-22
PIO15–PIO0 Clear (PIOCLR15_0). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-24
PIO31–PIO16 Clear (PIOCLR31_16). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-26
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Figure 7-1 Examples of Bank Ending Address Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Figure 7-2 ECC Check Bit and Data Bit Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Figure 10-1 GP Bus Signal Timing Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-7
LIST OF TABLES
Table 0-1 Documentation Notation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xviii
Table 1-1 Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Table 1-2 Direct-Mapped I/O Registers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Table 1-3 PCI Indexed Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
Table 1-4 Real-Time Clock Indexed Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
Table 2-1 System Address Mapping MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Table 2-2 System Address Mapping Direct-Mapped Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Table 3-1 Reset Generation MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Table 3-2 Reset Generation Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Table 3-3 Microcontroller Reset Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Table 4-1 Am5x86® CPU MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Table 5-1 System Arbiter MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Table 6-1 PCI Bus Host Bridge MMCR Registers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Table 6-2 PCI Bus Host Bridge Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Table 6-3 PCI Bus Host Bridge Indexed Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Table 7-1 SDRAM Controller MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Table 7-2 Example ECC Check Codes and Associated Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
Table 8-1 Write Buffer and Read Buffer MMCR Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Table 9-1 ROM Controller MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Table 10-1 GP Bus MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Table 10-2 GP Bus Echo Mode Minimum Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
Table 11-1 GP-DMA MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-1
Table 11-2 GP-DMA Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
Table 12-1 Programmable Interrupt Controller MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1
Table 12-2 Programmable Interrupt Controller Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2
Table 12-3 Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-27
Table 12-4 Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-29
Table 12-5 Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-31
Table 12-6 Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-40
Table 12-7 Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-42
Table 12-8 Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-44
Table 12-9 Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-52
Table 12-10Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-9) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-54
Table 12-11Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-9) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-56
Table 13-1 Programmable Interval Timer Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1
Table 13-2 PIT Counter Mode Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-9
Table 14-1 General-Purpose Timer MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-1
Table 15-1 Software Timer MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-1
Table 16-1 Watchdog Timer MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-1
Table 16-2 Watchdog Timer Exponent Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-3
Table 17-1 Real-Time Clock Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-1
Table 17-2 Real-Time Clock Indexed Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-1
Table 18-1 UART MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-1
Table 18-2 UART Direct-Mapped Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-1
Table 18-3 Baud Rates, Divisors, and Clock Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-9
Table 18-4 UART Interrupt Identification and Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-13
Table 18-5 UART Interrupt Programming Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-14
Table 19-1 SSI MMCR Registers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-1
Table 19-2 SSI Clock Speed Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-2
Table 20-1 Programmable I/O MMCR Registers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-1
Table 20-2 PIO Register Programming Summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-2
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PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
ÉLAN™SC520 MICROCONTROLLER
The Élan™SC520 microcontroller is a full-featured microcontroller developed for the
general embedded market. The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller combines a 32-bit, low-voltage
Am5x86® CPU with a complete set of integrated peripherals suitable for both real-time and
PC/AT-compatible embedded applications.
PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL
This manual includes in reference format the complete set of registers required to configure
the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller and control its peripherals. This manual does not document
the Am5x86 processor registers.
Intended Audience
This reference manual is intended primarily for programmers who are developing code for
the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller. Computer software and hardware architects and system
engineers who are designing or are considering designing systems based on this
microcontroller may also be interested in the information contained in this document. For
more information on programming this microcontroller, see the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004.
Overview of this Manual
The manual is organized into the following chapters:
■ Chapter 1 contains an overview of all the microcontroller’s configuration registers.
■ Chapter 2 describes the system address mapping registers.
■ Chapter 3 describes the reset generation registers.
■ Chapter 4 describes the Am5x86 CPU registers.
■ Chapter 5 describes the system arbitration registers.
■ Chapter 6 describes the PCI host bridge registers.
■ Chapter 7 describes the synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) controller registers.
■ Chapter 8 describes the write buffer and read buffer register.
■ Chapter 9 describes the ROM/Flash memory controller registers.
■ Chapter 10 describes the general-purpose (GP) bus controller registers.
■ Chapter 11 describes the GP bus DMA controller registers.
■ Chapter 12 describes the programmable interrupt controller (PIC) registers.
■ Chapter 13 describes the programmable interval timer (PIT) registers.
■ Chapter 14 describes the general-purpose (GP) timer registers.
■ Chapter 15 describes the software timer registers.
■ Chapter 16 describes the watchdog timer (WDT) registers.
■ Chapter 17 describes the real-time clock (RTC) registers.
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■ Chapter 18 describes the UART registers.
■ Chapter 19 describes the synchronous serial interface (SSI) registers.
■ Chapter 20 describes the programmable I/O (PIO) registers.
■ The Index lists all registers and bits alphabetically by name and mnemonic.
Each chapter describes the function’s memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR)
registers first, followed by direct-mapped and then indexed register descriptions, if any.
Within each chapter, the registers of each type are listed in ascending hexadecimal order
unless descriptions for identical registers (for example, direct-mapped UART registers) are
combined.
RELATED DOCUMENTS
The following documents contain additional information that will be useful in designing an
embedded application based on the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
AMD Documentation
In addition to this manual, the documentation set for the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller includes
the following documents:
■ Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, provides a functional
description of the microcontroller for both hardware and software designers.
■ Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Data Sheet, order #22003, includes complete pin lists, pin
state tables, timing and thermal characteristics, and package dimensions for the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
Other information of interest:
■ The Am486® Microprocessor Software User’s Manual, order #18497, includes the
complete instruction set for the integrated Am5x86 CPU.
■ Am5x86® Microprocessor Family Data Sheet, order #19751
■ Am486®DX/DX2 Microprocessor Hardware Reference Manual, order #17965
■ E86™ Family Products and Development Tools CD, order #21058, provides a singlesource multimedia tool for customer evaluation of AMD products, as well as FusionE86
partner tools and technologies that support the E86 family. Technical documentation is
included on the CD in PDF format.
To order literature, contact the nearest AMD sales office or call the literature center at one
of the numbers listed on the back cover of this manual. In addition, all these documents
are available in PDF form on the AMD web site. To access the AMD home page, go to
www.amd.com. Then follow the Embedded Processor link for information about AMD’s
E86 family of microcontrollers.
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Additional Information
The following non-AMD documents and sources provide additional information that may
be of interest to ÉlanSC520 microcontroller users:
■ PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2, December 18, 1998, PCI Special Interest
Group, 800-433-5177 (US), 503-693-6360 (International), www.pcisig.com.
■ IEEE Std 1149.1-1990 Standard Test Access Port and Boundary-Scan Architecture,
(order #SH16626-NYF), Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., 800-6784333, www.ieee.org.
■ PCI System Architecture, Mindshare, Inc., Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1995, ISBN
0-201-40993-3.
■ ISA System Architecture, Mindshare, Inc., Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1995, ISBN
0-201-40996-8.
■ 80486 System Architecture, Mindshare, Inc., Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1995, ISBN
0-201-40994-1
■ The Indispensable PC Hardware Book, Hans-Peter Messmer, Wokingham, England:
Addison-Wesley, 1995, ISBN 0-201-87697-3.
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DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS
Table 0-1 lists the documentation conventions used throughout this manual.
Table 0-1
Documentation Notation
Notation
Meaning
Reset Default Values
Default
Value after a system reset
0
Low
1
Active or High
x
No value is guaranteed
?
Determined by sources external to the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller
Read/Write Attributes
R
The bit field is read-only. A write to the register at this bit field
has no effect. The contents may or may not be changed by
hardware.
W
The bit field is write-only. Reading this register at this bit field
does not return a meaningful value and has no side effects.
R/W
The bit field is read/write. Reading the register at this bit field
always returns the last value written. Reads have no side effects.
R/W!
The bit field is read/write with conditions. The “!” indicates that
there are side effects to using this bit. For example, reading a
bit or register might not always return the last value written. Note
that both reads and writes can have side effects. If you see a
“!”, be sure to read the bit description and programming notes.
RSV
The bit field is reserved for internal test/debug or future
expansion. This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system
operation. This bit field always returns 0 when read.
RSV!
The bit field is reserved for compatibility purposes. For example,
the bit field might be ignored during writes to maintain software
compatibility. If you see a “!”, be sure to read the bit description
and programming notes.
Reference Notation
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MMCR offset 00h
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller Memory-Mapped Configuration
Region (MMCR) offset register 00h
PCI index 00h
PCI indexed register 00h
Port 00h
Direct-mapped I/O register 00h
RTC index 00h
RTC and configuration RAM indexed register 00h
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Documentation Notation (Continued)
Notation
Meaning
Pin Naming
{}
Pin function during hardware reset
[]
Alternative pin function selected by software configuration
ROMCS1
An overbar indicates that the signal assumes the logic Low state
when asserted.
GPRESET
The absence of an overbar indicates that the signal assumes
the logic High state when asserted.
ads, hold
A signal name in all lowercase indicates an internal signal.
ROMCS2–ROMCS1
Two ROM chip select signals
ROMCSx
Any of the two ROM chip select signals
Numbers
b
Binary number
d
Decimal number
Decimal is the default radix
h
Hexadecimal number
x in register address
Any of several legal values; e.g., using 0xF8h for the UART
Transmit Holding register is either 02F8h or 03F8h, depending
on the UART
[X–Y]
The bit field that consists of bits X through Y.
Example: The SB_ADDR[23–16] bit field.
33 MHz
Refers to the system clock frequency being used. This can be
either 33.000 MHz or 33.333 MHz. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for more
information about clock generation.
General
field
Bit field in a register (one or more consecutive and related bits)
can
It is possible to perform an action if properly configured
will
A certain action is going to occur
Set the ENB bit.
Write the ENB bit to 1.
Note: The bit referred to is either in the register being described,
or the register is referred to explicitly in the surrounding text.
Clear the ENB bit.
Change the ENB bit to 0. Usually a bit is cleared by writing a 0
to it; however, some bits are cleared by writing a 1.
Reset the ENB bit.
Context-sensitive. Can refer either to resetting the bit to its
default value or to clearing the bit.
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1
CONFIGURATION REGISTER
OVERVIEW
The Élan™SC520 microcontroller has four different types of configuration registers:
■ Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers—These are memorymapped peripherals and configuration registers that are specific to the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller’s control and status functions, such as the SDRAM and GP bus controllers.
These registers are 8-bits, 16-bits, or 32-bits wide and reside in memory space.
■ Direct-Mapped Registers—These include the Configuration Base Address (CBAR)
register, the PCI Configuration Address and Data (PCICFGADR and PCICFGDATA)
registers, and PC/AT-compatible peripherals. All direct-mapped I/O registers reside in
fixed I/O space. The CBAR, PCICFGADR, and PCICFGDATA registers are 32 bits wide.
All other direct-mapped peripheral configuration registers are 8 bits wide.
■ PCI Host Bridge Indexed Configuration Registers—These registers are located in
the PCI bus configuration space, which is defined in the PCI Local Bus Specification,
Revision 2.2, to be accessed through two 32-bit I/O locations at 0CF8h (index) and
0CFCh (data).
■ RTC Indexed Registers—These registers are located in the PC/AT-compatible realtime clock (RTC) configuration space, which is accessed using I/O ports 0070h (index)
and 0071h (data).
Register descriptions are organized within this manual by function, e.g., GP bus, SDRAM,
or UART. Each function’s chapter describes the MMCR registers first, followed by directmapped, and then indexed register descriptions, if any. In each chapter, registers of each
type are listed in ascending hexadecimal order unless descriptions for identical registers
(for example, direct-mapped UART registers) are combined.
The remainder of this chapter presents an overview of the registers by type.
1.1
MEMORY-MAPPED CONFIGURATION REGION (MMCR) REGISTERS
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) contains
all internal peripheral control and configuration registers that are not defined as directmapped I/O, PCI indexed, or RTC indexed registers.
After reset, the MMCR registers are located in the 4-Kbyte region in memory address space
from FFFEF000–FFFEFFFFh. The MMCR registers can be aliased to any 4-Kbyte region
in the lower 1-Gbyte address space (00000000h–1FFFFFFh) via the I/O-mapped CBAR
register (see page 2-9). The MMCR is available at its original location in high memory even
if it is aliased via the CBAR register. See the memory and I/O space chapter in the
Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for more detail.
Table 1-1 on page 1-2 lists all the MMCR registers included in the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
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Configuration Register Overview
Table 1-1
Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset)
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
CPU
00–02h
ÉlanSC520 Microcontroller Revision ID
REVID
00h
page 4-2
Am5x86® CPU Control
CPUCTL
02h
page 4-3
SDRAM Controller
10–28h
SDRAM Control
DRCCTL
10h
page 7-4
SDRAM Timing Control
DRCTMCTL
12h
page 7-4
SDRAM Bank Configuration
DRCCFG
14h
page 7-5
SDRAM Bank 0–3 Ending Address
DRCBENDADR
18h
page 7-7
ECC Control
ECCCTL
20h
page 7-9
ECC Status
ECCSTA
21h
page 7-10
ECC Check Bit Position
ECCCKBPOS
22h
page 7-11
ECC Check Code Test
ECCCKTEST
23h
page 7-12
ECC Single-Bit Error Address
ECCSBADD
24h
page 7-14
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address
ECCMBADD
28h
page 7-15
SDRAM Buffer
40h
SDRAM Buffer Control
DBCTL
ROM/Flash Controller
40h
page 8-2
50–56h
BOOTCS Control
BOOTCSCTL
50h
page 9-2
ROMCS1 Control
ROMCS1CTL
54h
page 9-4
ROMCS2 Control
ROMCS2CTL
56h
page 9-6
PCI Bus Host Bridge
60–6Ch
Host Bridge Control
HBCTL
60h
page 6-3
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Control
HBTGTIRQCTL
62h
page 6-5
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Status
HBTGTIRQSTA
64h
page 6-7
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Control
HBMSTIRQCTL
66h
page 6-9
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Status
HBMSTIRQSTA
68h
page 6-12
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Address
MSTINTADD
6Ch
page 6-14
System Arbitration
70–74h
System Arbiter Control
SYSARBCTL
70h
page 5-2
PCI Bus Arbiter Status
PCIARBSTA
71h
page 5-3
System Arbiter Master Enable
SYSARBMENB
72h
page 5-4
Arbiter Priority Control
ARBPRICTL
74h
page 5-6
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Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
System Address Mapping
80–C4h
Address Decode Control
ADDDECCTL
80h
page 2-2
Write-Protect Violation Status
WPVSTA
82h
page 2-4
Programmable Address Region 0
PAR0
88h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 1
PAR1
8Ch
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 2
PAR2
90h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 3
PAR3
94h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 4
PAR4
98h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 5
PAR5
9Ch
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 6
PAR6
A0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 7
PAR7
A4h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 8
PAR8
A8h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 9
PAR9
ACh
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 10
PAR10
B0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 11
PAR11
B4h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 12
PAR12
B8h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 13
PAR13
BCh
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 14
PAR14
C0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 15
PAR15
C4h
page 2-5
GP Bus Controller
C00–C10h
GP Echo Mode
GPECHO
C00h
page 10-2
GP Chip Select Data Width
GPCSDW
C01h
page 10-3
GP Chip Select Qualification
GPCSQUAL
C02h
page 10-5
GP Chip Select Recovery Time
GPCSRT
C08h
page 10-7
GP Chip Select Pulse Width
GPCSPW
C09h
page 10-8
GP Chip Select Offset
GPCSOFF
C0Ah
page 10-9
GP Read Pulse Width
GPRDW
C0Bh
page 10-10
GP Read Offset
GPRDOFF
C0Ch
page 10-11
GP Write Pulse Width
GPWRW
C0Dh
page 10-12
GP Write Offset
GPWROFF
C0Eh
page 10-13
GPALE Pulse Width
GPALEW
C0Fh
page 10-14
GPALE Offset
GPALEOFF
C10h
page 10-15
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Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
Programmable Input/Output
MMCR Offset Page Number
C20–C3Ah
PIO15–PIO0 Pin Function Select
PIOPFS15_0
C20h
page 20-3
PIO31–PIO16 Pin Function Select
PIOPFS31_16
C22h
page 20-5
Chip Select Pin Function Select
CSPFS
C24h
page 20-7
Clock Select
CLKSEL
C26h
page 20-9
Drive Strength Control
DSCTL
C28h
page 20-10
PIO15–PIO0 Direction
PIODIR15_0
C2Ah
page 20-12
PIO31–PIO16 Direction
PIODIR31_16
C2Ch
page 20-14
PIO15–PIO0 Data
PIODATA15_0
C30h
page 20-16
PIO31–PIO16 Data
PIODATA31_16
C32h
page 20-18
PIO15–PIO0 Set
PIOSET15_0
C34h
page 20-20
PIO31–PIO16 Set
PIOSET31_16
C36h
page 20-22
PIO15–PIO0 Clear
PIOCLR15_0
C38h
page 20-24
PIO31–PIO16 Clear
PIOCLR31_16
C3Ah
page 20-26
Software Timer
C60–C62h
Software Timer Millisecond Count
SWTMRMILLI
C60h
page 15-2
Software Timer Microsecond Count
SWTMRMICRO
C62h
page 15-3
Software Timer Configuration
SWTMRCFG
C64h
page 15-4
General-Purpose Timers
C70–C8Eh
GP Timers Status
GPTMRSTA
C70h
page 14-2
GP Timer 0 Mode/Control
GPTMR0CTL
C72h
page 14-3
GP Timer 0 Count
GPTMR0CNT
C74h
page 14-6
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR0MAXCMPA
C76h
page 14-7
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare B
GPTMR0MAXCMPB
C78h
page 14-8
GP Timer 1 Mode/Control
GPTMR1CTL
C7Ah
page 14-9
GP Timer 1 Count
GPTMR1CNT
C7Ch
page 14-12
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR1MAXCMPA
C7Eh
page 14-13
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare B
GPTMR1MAXCMPB
C80h
page 14-14
GP Timer 2 Mode/Control
GPTMR2CTL
C82h
page 14-15
GP Timer 2 Count
GPTMR2CNT
C84h
page 14-17
GP Timer 2 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR2MAXCMPA
C8Eh
page 14-18
Watchdog Timer
CB0–CB6h
Watchdog Timer Control
WDTMRCTL
CB0h
page 16-2
Watchdog Timer Count Low
WDTMRCNTL
CB2h
page 16-4
Watchdog Timer Count High
WDTMRCNTH
CB4h
page 16-5
Reserved
—
CB6h
—
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Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
UART Serial Ports
MMCR Offset Page Number
CC0–CC6h
UART 1 General Control
UART1CTL
CC0h
page 18-3
UART 1 General Status
UART1STA
CC1h
page 18-4
UART 1 FIFO Control Shadow
UART1FCRSHAD
CC2h
page 18-5
UART 2 General Control
UART2CTL
CC4h
page 18-3
UART 2 General Status
UART2STA
CC5h
page 18-4
UART 2 FIFO Control Shadow
UART2FCRSHAD
CC6h
page 18-5
Synchronous Serial Interface
CD0–CD4h
SSI Control
SSICTL
CD0h
page 19-2
SSI Transmit
SSIXMIT
CD1h
page 19-4
SSI Command
SSICMD
CD2h
page 19-5
SSI Status
SSISTA
CD3h
page 19-6
SSI Receive
SSIRCV
CD4h
page 19-7
Programmable Interrupt Controller
D00–D5Ah
Interrupt Control
PICICR
D00h
page 12-4
Master PIC Interrupt Mode
MPICMODE
D02h
page 12-6
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mode
SL1PICMODE
D03h
page 12-8
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mode
SL2PICMODE
D04h
page 12-9
Software Interrupt 16–1 Control
SWINT16_1
D08h
page 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control
SWINT22_17
D0Ah
page 12-13
Interrupt Pin Polarity
INTPINPOL
D10h
page 12-15
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping
PCIHOSTMAP
D14h
page 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping
ECCMAP
D18h
page 12-19
GP Timer 0 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR0MAP
D1Ah
page 12-21
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR1MAP
D1Bh
page 12-21
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR2MAP
D1Ch
page 12-21
PIT 0 Interrupt Mapping
PIT0MAP
D20h
page 12-21
PIT 1 Interrupt Mapping
PIT1MAP
D21h
page 12-21
PIT 2 Interrupt Mapping
PIT2MAP
D22h
page 12-21
UART 1 Interrupt Mapping
UART1MAP
D28h
page 12-21
UART 2 Interrupt Mapping
UART2MAP
D29h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt A Mapping
PCIINTAMAP
D30h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt B Mapping
PCIINTBMAP
D31h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt C Mapping
PCIINTCMAP
D32h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt D Mapping
PCIINTDMAP
D33h
page 12-21
DMA Buffer Chaining Interrupt Mapping
DMABCINTMAP
D40h
page 12-21
SSI Interrupt Mapping
SSIMAP
D41h
page 12-21
Watchdog Timer Interrupt Mapping
WDTMAP
D42h
page 12-21
RTC Interrupt Mapping
RTCMAP
D43h
page 12-21
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Mapping
WPVMAP
D44h
page 12-21
AMDebug™ Technology RX/TX Interrupt Mapping
ICEMAP
D45h
page 12-21
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Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
Floating Point Error Interrupt Mapping
FERRMAP
D46h
page 12-21
GPIRQ0 Interrupt Mapping
GP0IMAP
D50h
page 12-21
GPIRQ1 Interrupt Mapping
GP1IMAP
D51h
page 12-21
GPIRQ2 Interrupt Mapping
GP2IMAP
D52h
page 12-21
GPIRQ3 Interrupt Mapping
GP3IMAP
D53h
page 12-21
GPIRQ4 Interrupt Mapping
GP4IMAP
D54h
page 12-21
GPIRQ5 Interrupt Mapping
GP5IMAP
D55h
page 12-21
GPIRQ6 Interrupt Mapping
GP6IMAP
D56h
page 12-21
GPIRQ7 Interrupt Mapping
GP7IMAP
D57h
page 12-21
GPIRQ8 Interrupt Mapping
GP8IMAP
D58h
page 12-21
GPIRQ9 Interrupt Mapping
GP9IMAP
D59h
page 12-21
GPIRQ10 Interrupt Mapping
GP10IMAP
D5Ah
page 12-21
Reset Generation
MMCR Offset Page Number
D70–D74h
System Board Information
SYSINFO
D70h
page 3-2
Reset Configuration
RESCFG
D72h
page 3-3
Reset Status
RESSTA
D74h
page 3-5
GP DMA Controller
D80–DBEh
GP-DMA Control
GPDMACTL
D80h
page 11-4
GP-DMA Memory-Mapped I/O
GPDMAMMIO
D81h
page 11-5
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map A
GPDMAEXTCHMAPA
D82h
page 11-6
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map B
GPDMAEXTCHMAPB
D84h
page 11-8
GP-DMA Channel 0 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG0
D86h
page 11-10
GP-DMA Channel 1 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG1
D87h
page 11-11
GP-DMA Channel 2 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG2
D88h
page 11-12
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG3
D89h
page 11-13
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG5
D8Ah
page 11-14
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG6
D8Bh
page 11-15
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG7
D8Ch
page 11-16
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Transfer Count
GPDMAEXTTC3
D90h
page 11-17
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Transfer Count
GPDMAEXTTC5
D91h
page 11-18
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Transfer Count
GPDMAEXTTC6
D92h
page 11-19
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Transfer Count
GPDMAEXTTC7
D93h
page 11-20
Buffer Chaining Control
GPDMABCCTL
D98h
page 11-21
Buffer Chaining Status
GPDMABCSTA
D99h
page 11-22
Buffer Chaining Interrupt Enable
GPDMABSINTENB
D9Ah
page 11-24
Buffer Chaining Valid
GPDMABCVAL
D9Bh
page 11-25
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL3
DA0h
page 11-26
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH3
DA2h
page 11-27
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL5
DA4h
page 11-28
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH5
DA6h
page 11-29
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL6
DA8h
page 11-30
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Memory-Mapped Configuration Region (MMCR) Registers (By Offset) (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH6
DAAh
page 11-31
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL7
DACh
page 11-32
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH7
DAEh
page 11-33
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count Low
GPDMANXTTCL3
DB0h
page 11-34
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count High
GPDMANXTTCH3
DB2h
page 11-35
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count Low
GPDMANXTTCL5
DB4h
page 11-36
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count High
GPDMANXTTCH5
DB6h
page 11-37
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count Low
GPDMANXTTCL6
DB8h
page 11-38
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count High
GPDMANXTTCH6
DBAh
page 11-39
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count Low
GPDMANXTTCL7
DBCh
page 11-40
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count High
GPDMANXTTCH7
DBEh
page 11-41
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MMCR Offset Page Number
DIRECT-MAPPED I/O REGISTERS
The direct-mapped I/O registers include the Configuration Base Address (CBAR) register
and PC/AT-compatible peripheral registers, such as the programmable interval timer (PIT),
programmable interrupt controller (PIC), direct memory access (DMA) controller, the realtime clock (RTC) index and data registers, the PCI configuration address and data registers,
two universal asynchronous receive/transmit (UART) devices, and miscellaneous control
registers defined for compatibility. (The microcontroller’s third PIC and the CBAR register
are not found in PC/AT-compatible systems.)
Table 1-2 lists all of the direct-mapped I/O registers in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
Table 1-2
Direct-Mapped I/O Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
Slave DMA
I/O Address
Page Number
0000–000Fh
Slave DMA Channel 0 Memory Address
GPDMA0MAR
0000h
page 11-42
Slave DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count
GPDMA0TC
0001h
page 11-43
Slave DMA Channel 1 Memory Address
GPDMA1MAR
0002h
page 11-44
Slave DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count
GPDMA1TC
0003h
page 11-45
Slave DMA Channel 2 Memory Address
GPDMA2MAR
0004h
page 11-46
Slave DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count
GPDMA2TC
0005h
page 11-47
Slave DMA Channel 3 Memory Address
GPDMA3MAR
0006h
page 11-48
Slave DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count
GPDMA3TC
0007h
page 11-49
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Status
SLDMASTA
0008h
page 11-50
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Control
SLDMACTL
0008h
page 11-51
Slave Software DRQ(n) Request
SLDMASWREQ
0009h
page 11-53
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mask
SLDMAMSK
000Ah
page 11-54
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mode
SLDMAMODE
000Bh
page 11-55
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer
SLDMACBP
000Ch
page 11-57
Slave DMA Controller Reset
SLDMARST
000Dh
page 11-58
Slave DMA Controller Temporary
SLDMATMP
000Dh
page 11-59
Slave DMA Mask Reset
SLDMAMSKRST
000Eh
page 11-60
Slave DMA General Mask
SLDMAGENMSK
000Fh
page 11-61
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Direct-Mapped I/O Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
Master Programmable Interrupt Controller
I/O Address
Page Number
0020, 0021h
Master PIC Interrupt Request
MPICIR
0020h
page 12-24
Master PIC In-Service
MPICISR
0020h
page 12-25
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 1
MPICICW1
0020h
page 12-26
Master PIC Operation Control Word 2
MPICOCW2
0020h
page 12-28
Master PIC Operation Control Word 3
MPICOCW3
0020h
page 12-30
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 2
MPICICW2
0021h
page 12-32
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 3
MPICICW3
0021h
page 12-33
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 4
MPICICW4
0021h
page 12-35
Master PIC Interrupt Mask
MPICINTMSK
0021h
page 12-36
Slave 2 PIC
0024h, 0025h
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Request
S2PICIR
0024h
page 12-37
Slave 2 PIC In-Service
S2PICISR
0024h
page 12-38
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 1
S2PICICW1
0024h
page 12-39
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 2
S2PICOCW2
0024h
page 12-41
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 3
S2PICOCW3
0024h
page 12-43
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 2
S2PICICW2
0025h
page 12-45
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 3
S2PICICW3
0025h
page 12-46
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 4
S2PICICW4
0025h
page 12-47
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mask
S2PICINTMSK
0025h
page 12-48
Programmable Interval Timer
0040–0043h
PIT Channel 0 Count
PIT0CNT
0040h
page 13-2
PIT Channel 1 Count
PIT1CNT
0041h
page 13-3
PIT Channel 2 Count
PIT2CNT
0042h
page 13-4
PIT 0 Status
PIT0STA
0040h
page 13-5
PIT 1 Status
PIT1STA
0041h
page 13-5
PIT 2 Status
PIT2STA
0042h
page 13-5
PIT Mode Control
PITMODECTL
0043h
page 13-7
PIT Counter Latch Command
PITCNTLAT
0043h
page 13-10
PIT Read-Back Command
PITRDBACK
0043h
page 13-11
SCP Data Port
SCPDATA
0060h
page 3-7
System Control Port B
SYSCTLB
0061h
page 13-13
SCP Command Port
SCPCMD
0064h
page 3-8
RTC Index, Data
0070h, 0071h
RTC/CMOS RAM Index
RTCIDX
0070h
page 17-2
RTC/CMOS RAM Data Port
RTCDATA
0071h
page 17-3
DMA Page and General Registers
0080–008Fh
General 0
GPDMAGR0
0080h
page 11-62
Slave DMA Channel 2 Page
GPDMA2PG
0081h
page 11-63
Slave DMA Channel 3 Page
GPDMA3PG
0082h
page 11-64
Slave DMA Channel 1 Page
GPDMA1PG
0083h
page 11-65
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Direct-Mapped I/O Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
General 1
GPDMAGR1
0084h
page 11-66
General 2
GPDMAGR2
0085h
page 11-67
General 3
GPDMAGR3
0086h
page 11-68
Slave DMA Channel 0 Page
GPDMA0PG
0087h
page 11-69
General 4
GPDMAGR4
0088h
page 11-70
Master DMA Channel 6 Page
GPDMA6PG
0089h
page 11-71
Master DMA Channel 7 Page
GPDMA7PG
008Ah
page 11-72
Master DMA Channel 5 Page
GPDMA5PG
008Bh
page 11-73
General 5
GPDMAGR5
008Ch
page 11-74
General 6
GPDMAGR6
008Dh
page 11-75
General 7
GPDMAGR7
008Eh
page 11-76
General 8
GPDMAGR8
008Fh
page 11-77
System Control Port A
SYSCTLA
0092h
page 3-9
Slave 1 PIC
I/O Address
Page Number
00A0–00A1h
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Request
S1PICIR
00A0h
page 12-49
Slave 1 PIC In-Service
S1PICISR
00A0h
page 12-50
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 1
S1PICICW1
00A0h
page 12-51
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 2
S1PICOCW2
00A0h
page 12-53
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 3
S1PICOCW3
00A0h
page 12-55
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 2
S1PICICW2
00A1h
page 12-57
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 3
S1PICICW3
00A1h
page 12-58
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 4
S1PICICW4
00A1h
page 12-59
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mask
S1PICINTMSK
00A1h
page 12-60
Master DMA
00C0–00DEh
Master DMA Channel 4 Memory Address
GPDMA4MAR
00C0h
Master DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count
GPDMA4TC
00C2h
page 11-79
Master DMA Channel 5 Memory Address
GPDMA5MAR
00C4h
page 11-80
Master DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count
GPDMA5TC
00C6h
page 11-81
Master DMA Channel 6 Memory Address
GPDMA6MAR
00C8h
page 11-82
Master DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count
GPDMA6TC
00CAh
page 11-83
Master DMA Channel 7 Memory Address
GPDMA7MAR
00CCh
page 11-84
Master DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count
GPDMA7TC
00CEh
page 11-85
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Status
MSTDMASTA
00D0h
page 11-86
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Control
MSTDMACTL
00D0h
page 11-87
Master Software DRQ(n) Request
MSTDMASWREQ
00D2h
page 11-89
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mask
MSTDMAMSK
00D4h
page 11-90
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mode
MSTDMAMODE
00D6h
page 11-91
Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer
MSTDMACBP
00D8h
page 11-93
Master DMA Controller Reset
MSTDMARST
00DAh
page 11-94
Master DMA Controller Temporary
MSTDMATMP
00DAh
page 11-95
Master DMA Mask Reset
MSTDMAMSKRST
00DCh
page 11-96
Master DMA General Mask
MSTDMAGENMSK
00DEh
page 11-97
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Table 1-2
Direct-Mapped I/O Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
Floating Point Error Interrupt Clear
FPUERRCLR
UART 2
I/O Address
F0h
Page Number
page 12-61
02F8–02FFh
UART 2 Transmit Holding
UART2THR
02F8h
page 18-7
UART 2 Receive Buffer
UART2RBR
02F8h
page 18-8
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB
UART2BCDL
02F8h
page 18-9
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB
UART2BCDH
02F9h
page 18-10
UART 2 Interrupt Enable
UART2INTENB
02F9h
page 18-11
UART 2 Interrupt ID
UART2INTID
02FAh
page 18-12
UART 2 FIFO Control
UART2FCR
02FAh
page 18-15
UART 2 Line Control
UART2LCR
02FBh
page 18-17
UART 2 Modem Control
UART2MCR
02FCh
page 18-19
UART 2 Line Status
UART2LSR
02FDh
page 18-21
UART 2 Modem Status
UART2MSR
02FEh
page 18-23
UART 2 Scratch Pad
UART2SCRATCH
02FFh
page 18-25
UART 1
03F8–03FFh
UART 1 Transmit Holding
UART1THR
03F8h
page 18-7
UART 1 Receive Buffer
UART1RBR
03F8h
page 18-8
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB
UART1BCDL
03F8h
page 18-9
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB
UART1BCDH
03F9h
page 18-10
UART 1 Interrupt Enable
UART1INTENB
03F9h
page 18-11
UART 1 Interrupt ID
UART1INTID
03FAh
page 18-12
UART 1 FIFO Control
UART1FCR
03FAh
page 18-15
UART 1 Line Control
UART1LCR
03FBh
page 18-17
UART 1 Modem Control
UART1MCR
03FCh
page 18-19
UART 1 Line Status
UART1LSR
03FDh
page 18-21
UART 1 Modem Status
UART1MSR
03FEh
page 18-23
UART 1 Scratch Pad
UART1SCRATCH
03FFh
page 18-25
PCI Bus Configuration Space Index/Data (32-bit)
0CF8h, 0CFCh
PCI Configuration Address
PCICFGADR
0CF8h
page 6-15
PCI Configuration Data
PCICFGDATA
0CFCh
page 6-17
Configuration Base Address
CBAR
FFFCh
page 2-9
1.3
PCI HOST BRIDGE INDEXED CONFIGURATION REGISTERS
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s PCI Host Bridge supports the required PCI configuration
space header registers, plus a Host Bridge-specific Master Retry Time-Out
(PCIMRETRYTO) register defined in the PCI configuration space. Note that additional
microcontroller-specific PCI Host Bridge configuration registers are provided in the MMCR
space (see Table 1-1).
PCI indexed registers are accessed via two 32-bit direct-mapped I/O locations: Port 0CF8h
and Port 0CFCh. The PCI configuration mechanism can be used to access either the Host
Bridge-specific PCI indexed registers, or the device-specific PCI indexed registers for any
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other device that is connected to the PCI bus. Refer to the PCI Local Bus Specification,
Revision 2.2, for details on PCI configuration.
Table 1-3 lists all of the PCI indexed registers in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
Table 1-3
PCI Indexed Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Device/Vendor ID
PCIDEVID
0CF8h/0CFCh
00h
page 6-18
Status/Command
PCISTACMD
0CF8h/0CFCh
04h
page 6-19
Class Code/Revision ID
PCICCREVID
0CF8h/0CFCh
08h
page 6-22
Header Type
PCIHEADTYPE
0CF8h/0CFCh
0Eh
page 6-23
Master Retry Time-Out
PCIMRETRYTO
0CF8h/0CFCh
41h
page 6-24
1.4
PCI Index Page Number
RTC AND CMOS RAM INDEXED REGISTERS
Real-time clock and CMOS RAM indexed registers are accessed using I/O ports 0070h
(index) and 0071h (data). These registers provide PC/AT-compatible setup, control, and
status functions for the RTC, as well as user CMOS RAM locations.
Table 1-4 lists all of the RTC indexed registers in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
Table 1-4
Real-Time Clock Indexed Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
RTC Current Second
RTCCURSEC
70h/71h
00h
page 17-4
RTC Alarm Second
RTCALMSEC
70h/71h
01h
page 17-5
RTC Current Minute
RTCCURMIN
70h/71h
02h
page 17-6
RTC Alarm Minute
RTCALMMIN
70h/71h
03h
page 17-7
RTC Current Hour
RTCCURHR
70h/71h
04h
page 17-8
RTC Alarm Hour
RTCALMHR
70h/71h
05h
page 17-9
RTC Current Day of the Week
RTCCURDOW
70h/71h
06h
page 17-10
RTC Current Day of the Month
RTCCURDOM
70h/71h
07h
page 17-11
RTC Current Month
RTCCURMON
70h/71h
08h
page 17-12
RTC Current Year
RTCCURYR
70h/71h
09h
page 17-13
RTC Control A
RTCCTLA
70h/71h
0Ah
page 17-14
RTC Control B
RTCCTLB
70h/71h
0Bh
page 17-16
RTC Status C
RTCSTAC
70h/71h
0Ch
page 17-18
RTC Status D
RTCSTAD
70h/71h
0Dh
page 17-20
General-Purpose CMOS RAM
(114 bytes)
RTCCMOS
70h/71h
0E–7Fh
page 17-21
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CHAPTER
2
2.1
SYSTEM ADDRESS MAPPING
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the system memory and I/O address mapping registers of the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The system address mapping register set consists of 18 memory-mapped configuration
region (MMCR) registers and one direct-mapped I/O register used to define the memory
and I/O map in an ÉlanSC520 microcontroller-based system, and to control specific
attributes of SDRAM and ROM regions. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s
Manual, order #22004, for details about memory and I/O space.
Table 2-1 and Table 2-2 list each type of memory and I/O space register in offset order, with
the corresponding description’s page number.
2.2
REGISTERS
Table 2-1
System Address Mapping MMCR Registers
Table 2-2
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Page Number
Address Decode Control
ADDDECCTL
80h
page 2-2
Write-Protect Violation Status
WPVSTA
82h
page 2-4
Programmable Address Region 0
PAR0
88h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 1
PAR1
8Ch
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 2
PAR2
90h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 3
PAR3
94h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 4
PAR4
98h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 5
PAR5
9Ch
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 6
PAR6
A0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 7
PAR7
A4h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 8
PAR8
A8h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 9
PAR9
ACh
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 10
PAR10
B0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 11
PAR11
B4h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 12
PAR12
B8h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 13
PAR13
BCh
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 14
PAR14
C0h
page 2-5
Programmable Address Region 15
PAR15
C4h
page 2-5
System Address Mapping Direct-Mapped Register
Register Name
Mnemonic
Configuration Base Address
CBAR
I/O Address
FFFCh
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System Address Mapping Registers
Address Decode Control (ADDDECCTL)
7
Bit
6
WPV_INT_
ENB
0
Reset
R/W
5
Reserved
0
R/W
0
RSV
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 80h
4
3
2
IO_HOLE_
DEST
Reserved
RTC_DIS
1
0
UART2_DIS UART1_DIS
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
RSV
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register controls miscellaneous functions in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller address decode block.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
WPV_INT_
ENB
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Enable
This bit enables an interrupt request to be generated when a write-protect violation occurs.
0 = Write-protect violations do not generate an interrupt request to the CPU.
1 = Write-protect violations generate an interrupt request to the CPU.
Before the WPV_INT_ENB bit is set, the WPVMAP register (see page 12-21) must be
configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
The initiator of the access that caused the write-protect violation can be the Am5x86 CPU, any
PCI bus master, or the GP bus DMA controller. This interrupt can only be generated if at least
one of the PARx register windows is enabled and has the write-protect attribute selected (see
page 2-6).
6-5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
4
IO_HOLE_
DEST
I/O Hole Access Destination
This bit determines the destination of accesses performed by the Am5x86 CPU to certain I/O
addresses in the range 0000h to 03FFh.
0 = The accesses are forwarded to the external GP bus (default).
1 = The accesses are forwarded to the PCI bus I/O space.
I/O addresses in the range 0000h to 03FFh that are not occupied by the internal GP bus
peripherals are normally reserved for PC/AT-compatible peripherals. Such addresses are
referred to as holes in the I/O address space. See the memory and I/O chapter of the
Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about these holes.
If a PARx register (see page 2-6) is configured to address GP bus I/O space within a hole,
accesses in the defined region are forwarded to the GP bus regardless of the
IO_HOLE_DEST bit value. The PARx window must not overlap any of the internal peripherals’
direct-mapped I/O addresses.
3
2-2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Bit
2
Name
Function
RTC_DIS
RTC Disable
This bit causes the integrated RTC to be disabled.
0 = The integrated RTC is enabled.
1 = The integrated RTC is not used, and accesses to the RTC address space are forwarded
externally to the GP bus.
When the internal RTC is disabled, the corresponding interrupt request is not automatically
disconnected from the PIC. If an external RTC is to drive the RTC interrupt request, then all
interrupt enables in the RTCCTLB register must be cleared prior to disabling the internal RTC
(see page 17-16).
After the internal RTC is disabled, a PARx window can be defined to target a GPCSx chip
select in the RTC I/O address space. If a PARx window is not used, the external RTC must
fully decode the addresses.
1
UART2_DIS
UART 2 Disable
This bit causes the integrated UART 2 to be disabled.
0 = The integrated UART 2 is enabled.
1 = The integrated UART 2 is not used, and accesses to the UART 2 I/O address space are
forwarded externally to the GP bus.
When the internal UART 2 is disabled, the corresponding interrupt request is not
automatically disconnected from the PIC. If an external UART is to drive the UART 2 interrupt
request, then all interrupt enables in the UART2CTL and UART2INTENB registers must be
cleared (see page 18-3 and page 18-11).
After the internal UART 2 is disabled, a PARx window can be defined to target a GPCSx chip
select in the UART 2 I/O address space. If a PARx window is not used, the external UART
must fully decode the addresses.
0
UART1_DIS
UART 1 Disable
This bit causes the integrated UART 1 to be disabled.
0 = The integrated UART 1 is enabled.
1 = The integrated UART 1 is not used, and accesses to the UART 1 I/O address space are
forwarded externally to the GP bus.
When the internal UART 1 is disabled, the corresponding interrupt request is not
automatically disconnected from the PIC. If an external UART is to drive the UART 1 interrupt
request, then all interrupt enables in the UART1CTL and UART1INTENB registers must be
cleared (see page 18-3 and page 18-11).
After the internal UART 1 is disabled, a PARx window can be defined to target a GPCSx chip
select in the UART 1 I/O address space. If a PARx window is not used, the external UART
must fully decode the addresses.
Programming Notes
When the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller comes out of reset, the internal RTC and UARTs are enabled. If the system
application requires the use of an external RTC or UARTs, the internal devices should be disabled during the boot
process and initialization to prevent potential conflicts.
When the integrated UARTs are disabled, only the I/O space accesses associated with these peripherals are
forwarded externally. The accesses to the MMCR registers for the UARTs are not forwarded externally because
these registers are specific to the integrated peripherals. Therefore, the UART MMCR registers should not be used
while the integrated UARTs are disabled.
Even if the internal RTC or UARTs are disabled, setting the IO_HOLE_DEST bit does not redirect accesses to the
disabled peripherals to PCI bus I/O space.
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Write-Protect Violation Status (WPVSTA)
15
Bit
13
WPV_STA
0
Reset
R/W
14
0
9
0
0
6
5
4
0
0
0
0
0
R
3
2
1
0
WPV_WINDOW[3–0]
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
8
WPV_MSTR[1–0]
Reserved
0
10
RSV
Bit
Reset
11
Reserved
R/W!
7
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 82h
0
0
R
Register Description
This register provides write-protect violation status for the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s address decode block.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
WPV_STA
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Status
This bit indicates whether an interrupt request is pending due to a write-protect violation.
0 = Write-protect violations interrupt request not pending.
1 = Write-protect violations interrupt request pending.
Software must write a 1 to this bit to clear the interrupt (and the status bit) before the hardware
can latch subsequent write-protect violations.
This bit provides the status of the interrupt regardless of the setting of the WPV_INT_ENB bit
in the ADDDECCTL register (see page 2-2).
14–10
9– 8
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
WPV_MSTR
[1–0]
Write-Protect Violation Master
This bit field identifies the master that caused the write-protect violation.
00 = The Am5x86 CPU caused the violation.
01 = A PCI bus master caused the violation.
10 = The GP bus DMA controller caused the violation.
11 = Reserved.
This bit field contains valid information only while the WPV_STA bit is set. The master’s
identity is latched when a write-protect violation occurs. Subsequent write-protect violations
are not captured until software clears the interrupt by writing a 1 to the WPV_STA bit.
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3– 0
WPV_WINDOW
[3–0]
Write-Protect Violation Window Number
This bit field identifies the programmable address region window (PAR0–PAR15) in which the
write-protect violation occurred. This bit field contains valid information only while the
WPV_STA bit is set. The PARx window number is latched when a write-protect violation
occurs. Subsequent write-protect violations are not captured until software clears the interrupt
by writing a 1 to the WPV_STA bit.
Programming Notes
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Memory-Mapped
Programmable Address Region 0 (PAR0)
MMCR Offset 88h
Programmable Address Region 1 (PAR1)
MMCR Offset 8Ch
Programmable Address Region 2 (PAR2)
MMCR Offset 90h
Programmable Address Region 3 (PAR3)
MMCR Offset 94h
Programmable Address Region 4 (PAR4)
MMCR Offset 98h
Programmable Address Region 5 (PAR5)
MMCR Offset 9Ch
Programmable Address Region 6 (PAR6)
MMCR Offset A0h
Programmable Address Region 7 (PAR7)
MMCR Offset A4h
Programmable Address Region 8 (PAR8)
MMCR Offset A8h
Programmable Address Region 9 (PAR9)
MMCR Offset ACh
Programmable Address Region 10 (PAR10)
MMCR Offset B0h
Programmable Address Region 11 (PAR11)
MMCR Offset B4h
Programmable Address Region 12 (PAR12)
MMCR Offset B8h
Programmable Address Region 13 (PAR13)
MMCR Offset BCh
Programmable Address Region 14 (PAR14)
MMCR Offset C0h
Programmable Address Region 15 (PAR15)
MMCR Offset C4h
31
29
0
0
23
22
0
0
0
21
20
25
24
PG_SZ
SZ_ST_AD
R[24]
0
0
R/W
R/W
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
19
SZ_ST_ADR[23–16]
0
0
0
0
R/W
15
14
13
12
SZ_ST_ADR[15–8]
Bit
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
SZ_ST_ADR[7–0]
Bit
R/W
0
R/W
R/W
Reset
26
ATTR[2–0]
Bit
Reset
27
R/W
R/W
Reset
28
TARGET[2–0]
Bit
Reset
30
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
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Register Description
These registers can be used to map windows of memory address space to SDRAM, ROM, PCI bus, or GP bus; or
to map windows of I/O space to the GP bus. These registers are also used to apply noncacheability, write-protect,
and nonexecutable attributes to SDRAM and ROM regions.
Bit Definitions
Bit
31–29
Name
Function
TARGET[2–0]
Target of the PARx Window
This bit field defines the target (destination) of the PARx window being configured.
If no PARx window is enabled (i.e., the TARGET bit field is 000b in all PARx registers), the
default memory map for the lower 1 Gbyte address range (00000000h–3FFFFFFFh) is either
SDRAM (if enabled) or PCI.
Accesses to any external GP bus devices or devices connected to ROMCS1 or ROMCS2
require a PARx window to be enabled and configured to access them.
000 = The window is disabled. All other bits in the PARx register are ignored.
001 = The window targets a GP bus I/O region. This is the only I/O space access possible
through a PARx window. All other settings refer to the memory address space. For GP
bus windows, the ATTR bit field selects a GP bus chip select. See the programming
notes for this register, on page 2-8, for GP-bus I/O address restrictions.
010 = The window targets a GP bus memory region. For GP bus windows, the ATTR bit field
selects a GP bus chip select.
011 = The window targets a PCI bus memory region. Only PAR0 and PAR1 support a PCI bus
memory region as a target. Define a PCI bus window only when attempting to forward
cycles to the PCI bus in the lower 256 Mbyte address range (00000000h to
0FFFFFFFh).
100 = The window targets a BOOTCS region (boot ROM or Flash memory device).
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller forces the BOOTCS signal active at system reset, but
the boot code must initialize a PARx register to decode the required space for the
ROM. Refer to theÉlan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for
details on configuring the boot ROM during system initialization.
101 = The window targets a ROMCS1 region (ROM or Flash memory devices).
110 = The window targets a ROMCS2 region (ROM or Flash memory devices).
111 = The window targets an SDRAM region. A PARx register is not required to access
SDRAM. Target an SDRAM region only when applying one of the attributes described
in the ATTR bit field.
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Bit
28–26
Name
Function
ATTR[2–0]
Attribute
If the TARGET bit field selects the PCI bus (for PAR0 and PAR1 only), this bit field (ATTR) is
ignored.
If the TARGET bit field selects GP bus I/O or memory, this bit field (ATTR) specifies the GP
bus chip select that is targeted, as follows:
000 = GPCS0
001 = GPCS1
010 = GPCS2
011 = GPCS3
100 = GPCS4
101 = GPCS5
110 = GPCS6
111 = GPCS7
If the TARGET bit field selects SDRAM or one of the ROM/Flash chip selects, each bit in this
bit field (ATTR) specifies an attribute. The attribute bits for the region can be set or cleared
independently, with the following effect:
0xx = Code execution is allowed in programmed memory region.
1xx = Code execution is prevented in programmed memory region. An attempt to execute
code results in a processor exception and returns an illegal operand code (FFFFh).
This attribute is useful for debugging software; for example, to prevent a program from
erroneously executing out of a data region.
x0x = Caching is enabled for the programmed memory region (Am5x86 CPU cache).
x1x = Caching is disabled for the programmed memory region. This attribute can be used to
minimize cache write-back cycle overhead in regions that are shared between the
Am5x86 CPU and PCI bus masters or GP bus DMA devices.
Software must flush the cache immediately after setting this attribute.
xx0 = Writes are enabled in the programmed memory region.
xx1 = Write protection is enabled (writes are disabled) in the programmed memory region.
Write protection prevents writes from occurring in the region’s address range. Writeprotect violations are reported by the WPVSTA register (see page 2-4), and a
corresponding interrupt can be enabled via the WPV_INT_ENB bit in the ADDDECCTL
register (see page 2-2).
25
PG_SZ
Page Size
This bit selects the page size of the memory region defined by the SZ_ST_ADR bit field. This
bit is ignored during I/O cycles.
0 = 4-Kbyte page size selected
1 = 64-Kbyte page size selected
Each PARx window’s total size in memory space is defined by the combined settings of the
PG_SZ and SZ_ST_ADR bit fields. The PG_SZ bit value affects the window start address
resolution, the window size resolution, and the total size that is possible for the window.
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Bit
24–0
Name
Function
SZ_ST_ADR
[24–0]
Region Size/Start Address
This bit field, in conjunction with the PG_SZ bit, is used to specify the total region size and the
starting address of the programmed address space. This bit field is used in one of three ways:
For Memory Space Regions with 4-Kbyte Pages:
■ The PG_SZ bit is 0.
■
The SZ_ST_ADR[24–18] bit field is used to specify a memory space size of up to 128
pages, each 4 Kbytes in size, for a maximum PARx window size of 512 Kbytes. Pages start
on 4-Kbyte boundaries. (A value of 00h specifies one page; 7Fh specifies 128 pages.)
■
The SZ_ST_ADR[17–0] bit field is used to define the starting page of the region within the
memory address space. The SZ_ST_ADR[17–0] bit field is compared to internal Am5x86
CPU bus signals a29–a12.
For Memory Space Regions with 64-Kbyte Pages:
■ The PG_SZ bit is 1.
■
The SZ_ST_ADR[24–14] bit field is used to specify a memory space size of up to 2048
pages, each 64 Kbytes in size, for a maximum PARx window size of 128 Mbytes. Pages
start on 64-Kbyte boundaries. (A value of 000h specifies one page; 7FFh specifies 2048
pages.)
■
The S Z_ST_ADR[13–0] bit field is used to define the starting page of the region within the
memory address space. The SZ_ST_ADR[13–0] bit field is compared to internal Am5x86
CPU bus signals a29–a16.
For I/O Space Regions:
■ The PG_SZ bit is ignored.
■
The SZ_ST_ADR[24–16] bit field is used to specify an I/O space size of byte granularity,
for a total size up to 512 bytes. (A value of 000h specifies one byte; 1FFh specifies 512 bytes.)
■
The SZ_ST_ADR[15–0] bit field is used to define the starting address of the window within
the 64 -Kbyte I/O space. The SZ_ST_ADR[15–0] bit field is compared to internal Am5x86
CPU bus signals a15–a0.
Note: If a larger window than the maximum size is required, multiple PARx registers can be
used.
Programming Notes
Each PARx register must be written as a full 32-bit doubleword.
The basic trade-off with setting the page size in a PARx register is the granularity of the memory region. The smaller
page size restricts the total size of the region, but allows the smaller granularity of 4 Kbytes. The larger 64-Kbyte
page size is an option when the total region size must be larger than 512 Kbytes, but this requires the pages to start
on 64-Kbyte boundaries.
If two PARx windows overlap, the lower-numbered PARx register’s target has priority. For example, if a memory or
I/O address falls within the windows defined by both the PAR4 register and the PAR 13 register, reads or writes to
that address go to the PAR4 register’s target, not the one defined in the PAR13 register.
If a PARx window overlaps the MMCR alias defined by the CBAR register (see page 2-9), the MMCR alias has
priority, with the following exception: if a PAR window is configured for PCI, and the CBAR register is programmed
to overlap with this PAR window, and the PAR window is placed below the top of DRAM, then the MMCR is not given
priority over the PCI access. This configuration could result in system errors due to concurrence of both PCI and
internal MMCR accesses.
PARx windows in the GP bus I/O space must not include any of the following direct-mapped register addresses:
CBAR (Port FFFCh), PCICFGADR (Port 0CF8h), or PCICFGDATA (Port 0CFCh). Also, the PARx window must not
overlap any direct-mapped I/O address belonging to an internal peripheral (i.e., GP bus DMA, PIC, PIT, system
control ports, RTC, or UART I/O registers).
When programming a PARx register for GP bus I/O space, it is best to start the space on a doubleword boundary.
If an unaligned byte region is specified for I/O access, the software that accesses the region must directly address
the correct byte or bytes. For example, if a PARx register is programmed for an I/O region starting at address xxx1h
(i.e., byte1 of the associated doubleword), then when the CPU performs a word or doubleword access, the entire
access is redirected to the PCI bus, and byte 1 is not accessed on the GP bus as programmed. In this case the byte
requested must be directly accessed by the CPU at I/O address xxx1h.
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Configuration Base Address (CBAR)
Bit
31
30
ENABLE
Reserved
0
0
R/W!
RSV
23
22
Reset
R/W
29
28
0
0
25
24
0
0
0
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
21
20
19
ADR[23–16]
0
0
0
0
R/W
15
14
13
12
ADR[15–12]
Bit
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
RSV
5
4
3
MATCH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
26
R/W
R/W
Reset
27
ADR[29–24]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address FFFCh
0
0
0
0
0
W
R/W
Register Description
This register can be used to alias the memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) that is used to access many
of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s integrated peripheral functions. The MMCR is always accessible at FFFEF000–
FFFEFFFFh, in the region directly below the boot ROM space, but it can also be aliased to any 4-Kbyte boundary
within the first 1 Gbyte of memory space.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31
ENABLE
Enable
This bit must be set to enable write access to the CBAR register. Upon reading, the ENABLE
bit returns the state of the MMCR alias.
0 = MMCR alias is disabled.
1 = MMCR alias is enabled.
Writes to this bit are ignored if the value CBh is not written to the MATCH bit field in the same
write cycle.
30
29–12
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
ADR[29–12]
Start Address
This bit field defines the starting address of the memory-mapped configuration region on a
4-Kbyte boundary. The address programmed in this bit field is compared to internal Am5x86
CPU bus signals a29–a12.
Writes to this bit field are ignored unless the ENABLE bit set and the value CBh is written to
the MATCH bit field in the same write cycle. Both of these conditions are required for the write
to take effect.
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Bit
Name
Function
11–8
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
7– 0
MATCH[7–0]
Match
The bit field is used to prevent illegal writes to this register. The data pattern written to this
byte must be CBh. If any other data pattern is written to these bits, the entire 32-bit write is
ignored. This bit field returns 0 when read.
Programming Notes
This register must be written as a full 32-bit doubleword.
When the MMCR alias is enabled, the 4-Kbyte address range to which the alias is mapped becomes the MMCR,
regardless of any PARx registers that are enabled in the same 4-Kbyte address range. In effect, the MMCR alias
has higher priority than any of the PARx windows that are enabled.
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3
3.1
RESET GENERATION REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the reset generation and reset-related registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller provides several microcontroller-specific and PC/ATcompatible reset functions.
The reset generation register set includes two groups of registers:
■ Three memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers are used to provide
system board information at reset, configure reset behavior, and provide reset status.
■ Three direct-mapped I/O registers are used to provide PC/AT-compatible reset-related
functions.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about reset
generation.
Table 3-1 and Table 3-2 list each type of reset register in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
3.2
REGISTERS
Table 3-1
Reset Generation MMCR Registers
Table 3-2
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Page Number
System Board Information
SYSINFO
D70h
page 3-2
Reset Configuration
RESCFG
D72h
page 3-3
Reset Status
RESSTA
D74h
page 3-5
Reset Generation Direct-Mapped Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
SCP Data Port
SCPDATA
0060h
page 3-7
SCP Command Port
SCPCMD
0064h
page 3-8
System Control Port A
SYSCTLA
0092h
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System Board Information (SYSINFO)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
?
?
?
RST_LD[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D70h
?
?
?
?
?
R
R/W
Register Description
This read-only register contains the state that was latched on the RSTLD7–RSTLD0 pins at the assertion of
PWRGOOD.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
RST_LD[7–0]
Reset Latched Input Data
The microcontroller initializes this bit field at the assertion of the PWRGOOD signal by
latching the state of the shared RSTLD7–RSTLD0 pins. The information in this bit field
remains static after it is latched.
Programming Notes
These are status-only bits used to provide static information to software. For example, the system hardware designer
can configure pullup resistors as needed on the RSTLD7–RSTLD0 pins to provide board revision information to
software. The pullup resistors’ value should be approximately 10 KW.
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Reset Configuration (RESCFG)
7
6
5
4
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D72h
0
0
0
2
1
0
ICE_ON_
RST
PRG_RST_
ENB
GP_RST
SYS_RST
0
RSV
R/W
3
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
R/W
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides a direct read/write port to program system reset and GP bus reset. It also provides a control
bit to enable or disable the programmable system reset function of the PRGRESET pin and another control bit to
enable the AMDebug™ technology.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
ICE_ON_RST
Enter AMDebug™ Technology Mode on Next Reset
Setting this bit enables the microprocessor to enter AMDebug technology mode after a hard
or soft reset has been asserted to the Am5x86 CPU. Writes to this bit are ignored if the
AMDebug technology mode is not active. (The AMDebug technology mode is controlled by
the software that drives the AMDebug technology port.)
0 = Do not enter AMDebug technology mode on a CPU hard or soft reset.
3
1 = Enable the microprocessor to enter AMDebug technology mode on a CPU hard or soft
reset.
2
PRG_RST_
ENB
Programmable Reset Enable
0 = Programmable reset is disabled.
1 = Programmable reset is enabled.
Setting this bit enables programmable resets, during which SDRAM configuration and
SDRAM contents are preserved. After this bit is set, programmable resets can be generated
by one of four sources:
■ PRGRESET pin
■
Watchdog timer time-out-generated reset
■
Software write to the SYS_RST bit (with the PRG_RST_ENB bit set in the same write)
■
AMDebug technology system reset
If this bit (PRG_RST_ENB) is cleared, the PRGRESET pin has no function. The other
programmable reset sources, if generated, initiate non-SDRAM-preserving system resets.
This bit is cleared by default, so a toggle on the PRGRESET pin does not affect the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
1
GP_RST
Software GP Bus Reset
Software can write to this bit to control the GPRESET pin and read back the pin’s state. The
internal registers are not affected.
0 = Deassert GP bus reset.
1 = Assert GP bus reset.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
SYS_RST
Software System Reset
Software can write to this bit to trigger a one-shot system reset. The last value written is what
is read.
0 = Do not cause a one-shot system reset event to be generated.
1 = Cause a one-shot system reset event to be generated.
Setting the SYS_RST bit also causes GP bus and PCI-Bus resets to be generated.
If the PRG_RST_ENB bit is 1, setting the SYS_RST bit results in a system reset in which the
SDRAM configuration is maintained.
Programming Notes
After a PWRGOOD reset, the programmable system reset feature is disabled and can be enabled only by software
writing a 1 to the PRG_RST_ENB bit. If the PRGRESET pin is asserted after it has been enabled as a programmable
reset, it causes a programmable reset, which does not reset the SDRAM controller configuration or contents. This
allows the contents of SDRAM to be preserved.
The PWRGOOD pin always has higher priority than the PRGRESET pin. For example, if the PRGRESET pin is
asserted and PWRGOOD deasserted, PWRGOOD is serviced, and the PWRGOOD reset event disables the
PRGRESET function.
Unlike most other registers, the bits in this register (RESCFG) are only returned to their reset value by a PWRGOOD
reset. They are not cleared by any other kind of reset.
The AMDebug technology trace information is preserved only if a soft reset is generated to the CPU.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about reset generation. Table 3-3
on page 3-6 provides a summary of ÉlanSC520 microcontroller reset sources and effects.
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Reset Status (RESSTA)
7
Bit
Reserved
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D74h
6
5
4
3
SCP_RST_ ICE_HRST_ ICE_SRST_ WDT_RST_
DET
DET
DET
DET
2
SD_RST_
DET
1
0
PRGRST_ PWRGOOD_
DET
DET
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
RSV
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides status information on the various reset sources implemented in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller:
emulated system control processor (SCP)-generated reset, CPU shutdown, AMDebug technology system reset,
AMDebug technology hard reset, watchdog timer, PWRGOOD signal, and PRGRESET signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
6
SCP_RST_
DET
SCP Reset Detect
This bit is set when a soft reset is generated by the SCP emulation logic. Software clears this
bit by writing a 1.
0 = No SCP reset was detected.
1 = The CPU soft reset event was from an SCP reset command. (See the SCPCMD register
description on page 3-8).
A soft reset event clears the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register (see page 12-4). This allows
software to initialize the stack pointer before setting the NMI_ENB bit again after a soft reset.
5
ICE_HRST_
DET
AMDebug™ Technology Hard Reset Detect
This bit is set when a AMDebug technology hard reset is detected. Software clears this bit by
writing a 1.
0 = No AMDebug technology hard reset was detected.
1 = The CPU hard reset event was from an AMDebug technology hard reset.
4
ICE_SRST_
DET
AMDebug™ Technology System Reset Detect
This bit is set when an AMDebug technology system reset is detected. Software clears this bit
by writing a 1.
0 = No AMDebug technology system reset was detected.
1 = The system reset event was from an AMDebug technology system reset.
If the PRG_RST_ENB bit is 1 in the RESCFG register (see page 3-3), an AMDebug
technology system reset results in a programmable reset in which the SDRAM configuration
is maintained.
3
WDT_RST_
DET
Watchdog Timer Reset Detect
This bit is set when a watchdog timer system reset is detected. Software clears this bit by
writing a 1.
0 = No watchdog timer reset was detected.
1 = The system reset event was from a watchdog timer time-out.
If the PRG_RST_ENB bit is 1 in the RESCFG register (see page 3-3), a watchdog timer reset
results in a programmable reset in which the SDRAM configuration is maintained.
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Bit
2
Name
Function
SD_RST_DET
CPU Shutdown Reset Detect
This bit is set when a CPU shutdown cycle (typically caused by a software “triple-fault”) is
detected. Software clears this bit by writing a 1.
0 = No CPU shutdown cycle was detected.
1 = The CPU soft reset event was from a shutdown cycle.
A soft reset event clears the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register (see page 12-4). This allows
software to initialize the stack pointer before setting the NMI_ENB bit again after a soft reset.
1
PRGRST_DET
PRGRESET Detect
This bit is set when a reset from PRGRESET pin is detected. Software clears this bit by
writing a 1.
0 = No PRGRESET pin reset was detected.
1 = The system reset event was from the PRGRESET pin.
If the PRG_RST_ENB bit is 1 in the RESCFG register (see page 3-3), assertion of the
PRGRESET pin while PWRGOOD is asserted results in a programmable reset in which the
SDRAM configuration is maintained.
0
PWRGOOD_
DET
POWERGOOD Reset Detect
This bit is set when a reset from the PWRGOOD pin is detected. Software clears this bit by
writing a 1.
0 = No PWRGOOD pin reset was detected.
1 = The system reset event was from the PWRGOOD pin.
This reset event has higher priority over PRGRESET and disables the PRGRESET function (if
it is enabled) by clearing the PRG_RST_ENB bit in the RESCFG register (see page 3-3).
Programming Notes
Unlike most other registers, the bits in this register are only returned to their reset value by a PWRGOOD reset. They
are not cleared by any other kind of reset.
The AMDebug technology trace information is preserved only if a soft reset is generated to the CPU.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about reset generation. Table 3-3
provides a summary of ÉlanSC520 microcontroller reset sources and effects.
Table 3-3
Microcontroller Reset Sources
CPU
(Hard/Soft)
GPRESET
Pin
RST Pin
(PCI)
Internal
Registers
PWRGOOD pin
Hard
✔
✔
✔
PRGRESET pin
Hard
✔
✔
✔
1,2
SYS_RST bit, RESCFG register (see page 3-4)
Hard
✔
✔
✔
2
Watchdog timer reset event (page 16-2)
Hard
✔
✔
✔
2
AMDebug technology system reset
Hard
✔
✔
✔
2
CPU_RST bit, SYSCTLA register (page 3-9)
Soft
SCP soft reset, SCPCMD register (page 3-7)
Soft
CPU shutdown (typically caused by a triple-fault)
Soft
Source
GP_RST bit, RESCFG register (page 3-3)
Notes
3
✔
PCI_RST bit, HBCTL register (page 6-3)
✔
Notes:
1. The PRG_RST_ENB bit must be set in the RESCFG register (see page 3-3) to enable the reset function on this pin.
2. If the PRG_RST_ENB bit is set, the SDRAM controller configuration is maintained to support system reset in which SDRAM
contents are also maintained.
3. Any write of a 1 to the CPU_RST bit causes a soft reset, regardless of whether the bit was previously 1 or 0.
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SCP Data Port (SCPDATA)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0060h
5
4
3
2
0
A20_GATE
CPU_RST
1
0
SCP_DATA
Bit
Reserved
Reset
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to emulate system control processor (SCP) a20 gate control.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SCP_DATA
System Control Processor Data
All reads and writes to this port are echoed to the GP bus.
1
A20_GATE
A20 Gate Data
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller has no external input pin for the a20 gate signal that would
normally be driven by an external PC/AT-compatible system control processor (SCP). In order
to maintain software compatibility, internal logic is provided to watch the GP bus for SCP a20
gate pin control command sequences.
Following a write of D1h to the SCPCMD register (see page 3-8), a write to this bit
(A20_GATE) has the following effect:
0 = Internal a20 propagation is disabled (address space wraps at 1 Mbyte).
1 = Internal a20 propagation is enabled (addresses above 1 Mbyte can be accessed).
This bit (A20_GATE) provides one of two sources of a20 gate control. The other source is the
A20G_CTL bit in the SYSCTLA register (see page 3-9). A logical OR of these two sources is
used to drive the Am5x86 CPU a20m signal. Therefore, a20 propagates if either source
enables a20 to propagate.
Note that this bit (A20_GATE) defaults to enabling a20 propagation.
0
CPU_RST
CPU Reset Control
On the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, writing to this bit has no effect.
On a PC/AT-compatible system, setting this bit to 1 after a write of D1h to the SCP Command
Port (SCPCMD) register would hold the system in reset indefinitely.
Programming Notes
There is no internal storage element associated with this address. All accesses to this address go to the GP bus.
Additionally, writes to this address are snooped by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
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SCP Command Port (SCPCMD)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0064h
5
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
SCP_CMD
Bit
Reset
3
0
0
0
0
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to emulate system control processor (SCP) a20 gate and CPU Reset commands.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SCP_CMD
SCP Command
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller has no external input pins for the a20 gate and CPU reset
signals that are normally driven by an external PC/AT-compatible system control processor
(SCP). In order to maintain software compatibility, internal logic is provided to watch this port
for SCP command sequences.
D1h = To control the a20 signal, write the value D1h to this port, then write to the A20_GATE
bit of the SCPDATA register (see page 3-7).
FEh = To reset the CPU, write the value FEh to this port. This pulses the internal CPU sreset
signal, generating a CPU soft reset.
The Am5x86 CPU cache state and the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller MMCR, indexed,
and direct-mapped registers are not affected by this soft reset, with the exception that
the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register is cleared (see page 12-4). Clearing the
NMI_ENB bit allows software to initialize the stack pointer before setting the NMI_ENB
bit again after a soft reset.
Following this reset, the SCP_RST_DET bit in the RESSTA register is set to indicate
the source of this reset (see page 3-5).
Programming Notes
There is no internal storage element associated with this address. All accesses to this address go to the GP bus.
Additionally, writes to this address are snooped by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
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System Control Port A (SYSCTLA)
7
6
5
4
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0092h
0
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
A20G_CTL
CPU_RST
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used for fast, alternative control of the CPU soft reset and the a20 signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
A20G_CTL
A20 Gate Control
This bit can be used to cause the same type of masking of the CPU a20 signal that was
historically performed by an external system control processor (SCP) in a PC/AT-compatible
system, but much faster:
0 = Internal a20 propagation is disabled (address space wraps at 1 Mbyte).
1
1 = Internal a20 propagation is enabled (addresses above 1 Mbyte can be accessed).
This bit (A20G_CTL) provides one of two sources of a20 gate control. The other source is the
A20_GATE bit in the SCPDATA register (see page 3-7). A logical OR of these two sources is
used to drive the Am5x86 CPU a20m signal. Therefore, a20 propagates if either source
enables a20 to propagate.
Note that this bit (A20G_CTL) defaults to disabling a20 propagation. However, because the
default state of the A20_GATE bit enables a20 propagation, a20 propagates by default.
0
CPU_RST
Alternate CPU Core Reset Control
Writing a 1 to this bit pulses the internal CPU sreset signal. This causes the same type of
CPU soft reset to occur that was historically performed by an external system control
processor (SCP) in a PC/AT-compatible system, but much faster.
The Am5x86 CPU cache state and ÉlanSC520 microcontroller MMCR, indexed, and directmapped registers are not affected by this soft reset, with the exception that the NMI_ENB bit
in the PICICR register is cleared (see page 12-4). Clearing the NMI_ENB bit allows software
to initialize the stack pointer before setting the NMI_ENB bit again after a soft reset.
Following the reset, this bit (CPU_RST) remains set until software clears it. This feature can
be used by the BIOS as an indication that this bit generated the reset. However, writing a 1 to
the CPU_RST bit always generates a soft reset, even if the bit was not cleared after a
previous reset.
0 = Do not generate a soft reset to the CPU core.
1 = Pulse the internal CPU sreset signal.
Programming Notes
Using a read-modify-write operation to change the A20G_CTL bit can cause an unintended soft reset. This happens
if the CPU_RST bit has been previously set and not cleared by software. Always write 0 to the CPU_RST bit unless
a soft reset is desired.
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CHAPTER
4
4.1
Am5X86® CPU REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the Am5x86® CPU configuration registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
Am5x86 CPU includes a 16-Kbyte unified write-back cache and an integrated floating-point
unit (FPU). The Am5x86 CPU operates at 100 or 133 MHz.
The Am5x86 CPU configuration register set consists of two memory-mapped configuration
region (MMCR) registers used to control some of the Am5x86 CPU features and read the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller revision ID. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s
Manual, order #22004, for details about the Am5x86 CPU.
Table 4-1 lists the Am5x86 CPU configuration registers in offset order, with the
corresponding description’s page number.
This chapter does not document Am5x86 processor registers.
4.2
REGISTERS
Table 4-1
Am5x86® CPU MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Page Number
ÉlanSC520 Microcontroller Revision ID REVID
00h
page 4-2
Am5x86® CPU Control
02h
page 4-3
CPUCTL
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Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Revision ID (REVID)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
MAJORSTEP[3–0]
Bit
Reset
11
PRODUCT_ID[7–0]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 00h
x
x
x
MINORSTEP[3–0]
x
x
x
R
R/W
x
x
R
Register Description
This register provides bit fields that identify the AMD microcontroller and its version. These values are hard-wired in
the device. Different revisions of a product can be distinguished by the MAJORSTEP and MINORSTEP bit fields.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15–8
PRODUCT_ID
[7–0]
Product Type of Élan™SC520 Microcontroller
00000000 = Identifies the product as the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
7– 4
MAJORSTEP
[3–0]
Major Stepping Level
This bit field represents the microcontroller’s major revision level.
A different MAJORSTEP bit field value is assigned to each major revision of the
microcontroller.
3– 0
MINORSTEP
[3–0]
Minor Stepping Level
This bit field represents the microcontroller’s minor revision level.
A larger MINORSTEP bit field value indicates a later revision within a particular
MAJORSTEP bit field level.
Programming Notes
The value that is read back depends on the current major and minor revision level of the specific ÉlanSC520
microcontroller. Contact your AMD representative for information about available revision levels.
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Am5x86® CPU Control (CPUCTL)
7
5
0
R/W
0
4
3
CACHE_
WR_MODE
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 02h
0
RSV
0
R/W
2
Reserved
0
1
0
CPU_CLK_SPD[1–0]
0
RSV
0
1
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the Am5x86 CPU’s cache write-back mode and clock speed.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CACHE_WR_
MODE
Cache Write Mode
This bit enables the write-back mode of the Am5x86 CPU cache.
0 = Write-back mode (default).
4
1 =Write-through mode. If this bit is set, the cache operates in write-through mode regardless
of the setting of the NW bit in the processor’s internal CR0 register, or the PWT bit of the
corresponding page table entry.
3–2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
1– 0
CPU_CLK_SPD
[1–0]
CPU Clock Speed
This bit field specifies the clock speed at which the Am5x86 CPU runs. Note that there is a
1 ms delay for the Am5x86 CPU PLL to switch to the new frequency after this bit field is
changed.
00 = Reserved
01 = 100 MHz (default)
10 = 133 MHz
11 = Reserved
Programming Notes
The Am5x86 CPU core is reset during a hard reset, and the Am5x86 CPU core clock frequency defaults to 100 MHz.
The Am5x86 CPU core clock frequency remains the same and the cache state and policy are unaffected by a soft
reset.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about hard and soft resets.
Table 3-3 on page 3-6 provides a summary of ÉlanSC520 microcontroller reset sources and effects.
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CHAPTER
5
5.1
SYSTEM ARBITRATION REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the system arbiter registers of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s system arbiter controls access to the PCI bus and the
internal CPU bus.
The system arbiter register set consists of four memory-mapped configuration region
(MMCR) registers that provide control and status functions. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the system arbiter.
Table 5-1 lists the system arbiter registers in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
5.2
REGISTERS
Table 5-1
System Arbiter MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
System Arbiter Control
SYSARBCTL
70h
page 5-2
PCI Bus Arbiter Status
PCIARBSTA
71h
page 5-3
System Arbiter Master Enable
SYSARBMENB
72h
page 5-4
Arbiter Priority Control
ARBPRICTL
74h
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System Arbiter Control (SYSARBCTL)
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 70h
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
BUS_
PARK_SEL
CNCR_
MODE_
ENB
GNT_TO_
INT_ENB
0
RSV
R/W
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains control bits for the CPU bus arbiter and the PCI bus arbiter.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BUS_PARK_
SEL
PCI Bus Arbiter Bus Park
This bit controls which PCI master the PCI bus arbiter parks on when the PCI bus is idle.
0 = Park the PCI bus on the Am5x86 CPU.
2
1 = Park the PCI bus on the last PCI master that acquired the bus.
This bit must be 0 when operating in nonconcurrent mode.
The BUS_PARK_SEL bit must not be changed except when the PCI bus is currently parked on
the Am5x86 CPU. This is the default state after a system reset. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for information about system arbiter initialization.
1
CNCR_MODE_
ENB
System Arbiter Concurrent Mode Enable
This bit enables the system arbiter to operate in concurrent mode. When operating in
nonconcurrent mode, the BUS_PARK_SEL bit must be configured to park on the Am5x86
CPU.
0 = The system arbiter operates in nonconcurrent mode.
1 = The system arbiter operates in concurrent mode.
The CNCR_MODE_ENB bit must not be changed except during system arbiter initialization
after a system reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for
information about system arbiter initialization.
0
GNT_TO_INT_
ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Grant Time-Out Interrupt Enable
This bit is used to enable interrupts that are generated when the PCI bus arbiter detects a
grant time-out.
0 = Disable PCI bus arbiter interrupts.
1 = Enable PCI bus arbiter interrupts.
Note that the GNT_TO_STA bit of the PCIARBSTA register (see page 5-3) is set on PCI bus
arbiter grant time-outs regardless of the GNT_TO_INT_ENB bit value.
This interrupt source shares the interrupt controller input used by any host bridge interrupts
enabled in the HBTGTIRQCTL and HBMSTIRQCTL registers (see page 6-5 and page 6-9).
Before the GNT_TO_INT_ENB bit is set, the PCIHOSTMAP register (see page 12-17) must
be configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
Programming Notes
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PCI Bus Arbiter Status (PCIARBSTA)
7
Bit
GNT_TO_
STA
0
Reset
R/W
6
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 71h
4
3
Reserved
0
R/W!
0
2
1
0
GNT_TO_ID[3–0]
0
1
1
RSV
1
1
R
Register Description
This register provides grant time-out status of the PCI bus arbiter.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
GNT_TO_STA
PCI Bus Arbiter Grant Time-Out Status
This bit is set when the PCI bus arbiter detects a grant time-out (transaction not started within
16 clocks of the PCI bus going idle). The GNT that was asserted when this condition occurs
can be read in the GNT_TO_ID bit field.
0 = Grant time-out has not occurred.
1 = Grant time-out has occurred.
This bit (GNT_TO_STA) is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (GNT_TO_INT_ENB in
the SYSARBCTL register, see page 5-2).
When enabled as an interrupt, this source shares the interrupt controller input used by any
host bridge interrupts enabled in the HBTGTIRQCTL and HBMSTIRQCTL registers (see
page 6-5 and page 6-9).
6–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
GNT_TO_ID
[3–0]
PCI Bus Arbiter Grant Time-Out Identification
This bit field identifies which GNT was asserted when the PCI arbiter detected a grant timeout. This bit field is reset to ones by writing a one to the GNT_TO_STA bit.
0000 = GNT0 was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
0001 = GNT1 was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
0010 = GNT2 was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
0011 = GNT3 was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
0100 = GNT4 was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
0101–1101 = Reserved
1110 = The Am5x86 CPU GNT was asserted when a grant time-out was detected.
1111 = No grant time-out was detected, or GNT was asserted when a grant time-out was
detected but not latched.
Programming Notes
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System Arbitration Registers
System Arbiter Master Enable (SYSARBMENB)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
RSV
R/W
7
6
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
11
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 72h
0
R/W
0
RSV
4
REQ4_ENB REQ3_ENB REQ2_ENB REQ1_ENB REQ0_ENB
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register selects the masters that are enabled for arbitration.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–5
4
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
REQ4_ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Request #4 Enable
This bit enables the PCI master request connected to the REQ4 pin. If this request is
disabled, the PCI bus arbiter does not assert GNT4 to allow the PCI master connected to
REQ4 and GNT4 to access the PCI bus.
0 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ4 pin is disabled.
1 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ4 pin is enabled.
3
REQ3_ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Request #3 Enable
This bit enables the PCI master request connected to the REQ3 pin. If this request is
disabled, the PCI bus arbiter does not assert GNT3 to allow the PCI master connected to the
REQ3 and GNT3 pins to access the PCI bus.
0 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ3 pin is disabled.
1 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ3 pin is enabled.
2
REQ2_ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Request #2 Enable
This bit enables the PCI master request connected to the REQ2 pin. If this request is
disabled, the PCI bus arbiter does not assert GNT2 to allow the PCI master connected to the
REQ2 and GNT2 pins to access the PCI bus.
0 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ2 pin is disabled.
1 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ2 pin is enabled.
1
REQ1_ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Request #1 Enable
This bit enables the PCI master request connected to the REQ1 pin. If this request is
disabled, the PCI bus arbiter does not assert GNT1 to allow the PCI master connected to the
REQ1 and GNT1 pins to access the PCI bus.
0 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ1 pin is disabled.
1 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ1 pin is enabled.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
REQ0_ENB
PCI Bus Arbiter Request #0 Enable
This bit enables the PCI master request connected to the REQ0 pin. If this request is
disabled, the PCI bus arbiter does not assert GNT0 to allow the PCI master connected to the
REQ0 and GNT0 pins to access the PCI bus.
0 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ0 pin is disabled.
1 = The PCI master request connected to the REQ0 pin is enabled.
Programming Notes
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Arbiter Priority Control (ARBPRICTL)
31
Bit
Reset
30
29
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 74h
28
0
24
0
0
0
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
Reserved
1
0
0
0
RSV
22
21
20
Reserved
Bit
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
15
14
13
12
Reserved
Bit
0
0
HI_PRI_1_SEL[3–0]
0
0
RSV
R/W
7
6
5
4
1
1
1
1
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
3
2
1
0
Reserved
Bit
Reset
25
R/W
23
Reset
26
CPU_PRI[1–0]
R/W
Reset
27
0
0
HI_PRI_0_SEL[3–0]
0
RSV
R/W
0
1
1
1
1
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register defines priorities for the PCI bus arbiter.
Bit Definitions
Bit
31–30
Name
Function
CPU_PRI[1–0]
PCI Bus Arbiter CPU Priority
This bit field defines the relative Am5x86 CPU PCI master priority.
00 = Reserved.
01 = The Am5x86 CPU is granted the PCI Bus after every one external PCI master cycle.
10 = The Am5x86 CPU is granted the PCI Bus after every two external PCI master cycles.
11 = The Am5x86 CPU is granted the PCI Bus after every three external PCI master cycles.
29–12
5-6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Bit
11–8
Name
Function
HI_PRI_1_SEL
[3–0]
PCI Bus Arbiter High Priority 1
This bit defines which PCI master is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0000 = PCI master connected to REQ0 and GNT0 is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0001 = PCI master connected to REQ1 and GNT1 is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0010 = PCI master connected to REQ2 and GNT2 is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0011 = PCI master connected to REQ3 and GNT3 is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0100 = PCI master connected to REQ4 and GNT4 is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
0101–1110 = Reserved.
1111 = No master is in position 1 of the high-priority queue.
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
HI_PRI_0_SEL
[3–0]
PCI Bus Arbiter High Priority 0
This bit defines which PCI master is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0000 = PCI master connected to REQ0 and GNT0 is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0001 = PCI master connected to REQ1 and GNT1 is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0010 = PCI master connected to REQ2 and GNT2 is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0011 = PCI master connected to REQ3 and GNT3 is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0100 = PCI master connected to REQ4 and GNT4 is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
0101–1110 = Reserved.
1111 = No master is in position 0 of the high-priority queue.
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
6
6.1
PCI BUS HOST BRIDGE REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the PCI bus host bridge controller registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller includes an integrated PCI bus host bridge controller. The
host bridge allows the Am5x86 CPU to generate PCI bus master cycles and allows PCI bus
masters to access the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s SDRAM.
The host bridge register set includes three groups of registers:
■ Six memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers are used to configure and
control most functions specific to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller host bridge.
■ Two direct-mapped I/O addresses are used to access the PCI bus configuration space
for both the host bridge and for any other devices present on the PCI bus.
■ Five host bridge-specific PCI bus indexed registers in the PCI bus configuration space
provide the mandatory header registers that are required for any PCI bus device, plus
the Master Retry Time-Out register.
In addition to the host bridge, the PCI bus can contain several other devices, each with its
own PCI configuration space that is also accessed via the two PCI direct-mapped registers.
Access from other PCI bus masters to the host bridge registers is not supported. The host
bridge implements only those configuration registers that are related to the host bridge
functions.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the
host bridge controller.
Table 6-1, Table 6-2 on page 6-2, and Table 6-3 on page 6-2 list each type of host bridge
controller register in offset order with the corresponding description’s page number.
6.2
REGISTERS
Table 6-1
PCI Bus Host Bridge MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Host Bridge Control
HBCTL
60h
page 6-3
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Control
HBTGTIRQCTL
62h
page 6-5
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Status
HBTGTIRQSTA
64h
page 6-7
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Control
HBMSTIRQCTL
66h
page 6-9
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Status
HBMSTIRQSTA
68h
page 6-12
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Address
MSTINTADD
6Ch
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Table 6-2
Table 6-3
6-2
PCI Bus Host Bridge Direct-Mapped Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Page Number
PCI Configuration Address
PCICFGADR
0CF8h
page 6-15
PCI Configuration Data
PCICFGDATA
0CFCh
page 6-17
PCI Bus Host Bridge Indexed Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Device/Vendor ID
PCIDEVID
0CF8h/0CFCh
00h
page 6-18
Status/Command
PCISTACMD
0CF8h/0CFCh
04h
page 6-19
Class Code/Revision ID
PCICCREVID
0CF8h/0CFCh
08h
page 6-22
Header Type
PCIHEADTYPE
0CF8h/0CFCh
0Eh
page 6-23
Master Retry Time-Out
PCIMRETRYTO
0CF8h/0CFCh
41h
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Host Bridge Control (HBCTL)
15
Bit
14
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 60h
13
PCI_RST
0
Reset
R/W
0
0
6
5
0
0
0
0
0
4
3
2
M_
WPOST_
ENB
0
9
0
RSV
0
8
T_DLYTR_ENB[1–0]
0
R/W
Reserved
R/W
10
T_PURGE_
RD_ENB
RSV
Bit
Reset
11
Reserved
R/W!
7
12
0
R/W
1
0
Reserved
0
R/W
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register contains bit fields for configuring the host bridge controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PCI_RST
PCI Bus Reset
This bit controls the PCI bus RST signal pin. Reading this bit returns the value that was
written to it.
0 = Deassert the PCI bus reset signal.
1 = Assert the PCI bus reset signal.
Note that a PCI bus reset affects the host bridge-specific registers in the PCI configuration
space. See the PCI-indexed register descriptions beginning on page 6-18.
The PCI_RST bit must be cleared only in accordance with the PCI bus specification.
14–11
10
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
T_PURGE_
RD_ENB
Target FIFO Purge Enable
This bit is provided for data coherency. It forces the host bridge target controller to snoop the
target read FIFOs when a PCI bus write transaction occurs.
0 = The target read FIFOs are not snooped during write transactions.
1 = The target read FIFOs are snooped during PCI bus write transactions. The target
controller purges any data in the read FIFOs when the write transaction falls within the
same cache line for a read or read-line command, or within the same 64 doublewords for a
read-multiple command.
The T_PURGE_RD_ENB bit must not be changed except during PCI bus initialization after a
system reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for
information about PCI bus initialization.
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Bit
Name
Function
9– 8
T_DLYTR_ENB
[1–0]
Automatic Delayed Transaction Enable
This bit forces all PCI bus master reads of microcontroller SDRAM to be treated as delayed
transactions unless the host bridge has already completed the transaction from a previous
request. Setting this bit allows unused PCI bus bandwidth to be used by other PCI bus
masters while the read transaction from the first master is being serviced.
00 = PCI bus reads to SDRAM are not automatically retried as delayed transactions. Instead,
the originating PCI bus master is held in wait states while the host bridge begins the
SDRAM read transaction. If 32 PCI bus clock cycles pass before the first doubleword
has been read from SDRAM by the host bridge target controller, the bridge then issues a
retry (as required for PCI compliance).
01 = All PCI bus reads to SDRAM are automatically retried as delayed transactions unless
the host bridge has already completed the transaction from a previous request. This
occurs when a PCI bus master has already issued the transaction previously, and was
issued a retry by the host bridge target controller.
10 = Reserved
11 = Reserved
7– 4
3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
M_WPOST_
ENB
Master Controller Write Posting Enable
This bit enables Am5x86 CPU-to-PCI bus memory write cycles to be posted writes.
0 = Disables Am5x86 CPU-to-PCI bus write posting.
1 = Enables Am5x86 CPU-to-PCI bus write posting.
Note that this bit should not be set while the microcontroller is configured for non-concurrent
arbitration mode (i.e., while the CNCR_MODE_ENB bit is clear in the SYSARBCTL register,
see page page 5-2).
2– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Control (HBTGTIRQCTL)
15
14
0
0
11
0
0
10
9
8
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_SEL
T_APER_
IRQ_SEL
T_DPER_
IRQ_SEL
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
2
1
0
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_ENB
T_APER_
IRQ_ENB
T_DPER_
IRQ_ENB
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
RSV
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 62h
Register Description
This register contains bit fields for configuring and enabling host bridge target interrupts.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15–11
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
10
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_SEL
Target Delayed Transaction Time-Out Interrupt Select
This bit allows delayed transaction time-outs to generate an NMI instead of a maskable
interrupt.
0 = Delayed transaction time-outs generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Delayed transaction time-outs generate an NMI.
9
T_APER_
IRQ_SEL
Target Address Parity Interrupt Select
This bit allows address parity errors detected by the target controller to generate an NMI
instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Address parity errors generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Address parity errors generate an NMI.
8
T_DPER_
IRQ_SEL
Target Data Parity Interrupt Select
This bit allows data parity errors detected by the target controller to generate an NMI instead
of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Data parity errors generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Data parity errors generate an NMI.
7– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_ENB
Target Delayed Transaction Time-Out Interrupt Enable
This bit allows delayed transaction time-outs to generate an interrupt.
0 = Delayed transaction time-outs do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Delayed transaction time-outs generate an interrupt.
1
T_APER_
IRQ_ENB
Target Address Parity Interrupt Enable
This bit allows address parity errors detected by the target controller to generate an interrupt.
0 = Address parity errors do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Address parity errors generate an interrupt.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
T_DPER_
IRQ_ENB
Target Data Parity Interrupt Enable
This bit allows data parity errors detected by the target controller to generate an interrupt.
0 = Data parity errors do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Data parity errors generate an interrupt.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
Interrupt status bits are set whenever the associated event occurs regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit.
For a host bridge NMI to propagate to the CPU, host bridge NMIs must be enabled via the PCI_NMI_ENB bit in the
PCIHOSTMAP register (see page 12-17), and NMIs must be enabled via the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register
(see page 12-4).
Before host bridge interrupts are enabled, the PCIHOSTMAP register (see page 12-17) must be configured to route
the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
The interrupt enabled via the GNT_TO_INT_ENB bit in the SYSARBCTL register (see page 5-2) shares the
interrupt controller input used by host bridge interrupts.
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Host Bridge Target Interrupt Status (HBTGTIRQSTA)
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
0
0
1
5
4
3
Reserved
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
8
1
1
1
2
1
0
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_STA
T_APER_
IRQ_STA
T_DPER_
IRQ_STA
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R
6
Bit
9
T_IRQ_ID[3–0]
RSV
R/W
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 64h
Register Description
This register contains the host bridge target interrupt status bits and active master identification.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15–12
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
11–8
T_IRQ_ID[3–0]
Target Interrupt Identification
This bit field reports which PCI bus master was active when the target controller detected an
error condition (delay transaction time-out, address parity error, data parity error). This bit field
is only valid when an interrupt status bit is set. It is reset to 1111b when the interrupt status is
cleared.
0000 = PCI bus master 0 was active when the error was detected.
0001 = PCI bus master 1 was active when the error was detected.
0010 = PCI bus master 2 was active when the error was detected.
0011 = PCI bus master 3 was active when the error was detected.
0100 = PCI bus master 4 was active when the error was detected.
1111 = No error was detected or the bus master value was not latched. For example, a bus
master value is not latched if multiple interrupts are pending and one interrupt status
was cleared.
Other =Reserved.
When multiple interrupts are pending, this bit field represents the PCI bus master active when
the first interrupt occurred, but there is no way for software to detect which interrupt this is.
7– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
T_DLYTO_
IRQ_STA
Target Delayed Transaction Time-Out Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the target controller issues a delayed transaction retry, the PCI bus master
does not retry the transaction within 2 15 clocks, and the target controller is idle (i.e., no PCI-toSDRAM transaction is active on the PCI bus).
0 = Delayed transaction time-out has not occurred.
1 = Delayed transaction time-out has occurred.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
The target controller discards the delayed transaction request when this bit is set.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (T_DLYTO_IRQ_ENB in
the HBTGTIRQCTL register, see page 6-5).
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Bit
1
Name
Function
T_APER_
IRQ_STA
Target Address Parity Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the target controller detects an address parity error.
0 = Address parity error has not occurred.
1 = Address parity error has occurred.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (T_APER_IRQ_ENB in
the HBTGTIRQCTL register, see page 6-5), or the Parity Error Response bit (PERR_RES in
the PCISTACMD register, see page 6-21).
0
T_DPER_
IRQ_STA
Target Data Parity Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the target controller detects a data parity error.
0 = Data parity error has not occurred.
1 = Data parity error has occurred.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (T_DPER_IRQ_ENB in
the HBTGTIRQCTL register, see page 6-6), or the Parity Error Response bit (PERR_RES in
the PCISTACMD register, see page 6-21).
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
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Host Bridge Master Interrupt Control (HBMSTIRQCTL)
15
0
0
RSV
R/W
7
Reset
6
0
R/W
12
11
10
0
RSV
9
8
M_RPER_
IRQ_SEL
M_DPER_
IRQ_SEL
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
5
4
3
2
1
0
M_RPER_
IRQ_ENB
M_DPER_
IRQ_ENB
M_RTRTO_ M_TABRT_ M_MABRT_ M_SERR_
IRQ_ENB
IRQ_ENB
IRQ_ENB
IRQ_ENB
Reserved
Bit
13
M_RTRTO_ M_TABRT_ M_MABRT_ M_SERR_
IRQ_SEL
IRQ_SEL
IRQ_SEL
IRQ_SEL
Reserved
Bit
Reset
14
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 66h
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bit fields for configuring and enabling host bridge master interrupts.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–14
13
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
M_RTRTO_
IRQ_SEL
Master Retry Time-Out Interrupt Select
This bit allows master retry time-outs to generate an NMI instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Master retry time-outs generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Master retry time-outs generate an NMI.
12
M_TABRT_
IRQ_SEL
Master Target Abort Interrupt Select
This bit allows master controller transactions that are terminated with a target abort to
generate an NMI instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort generate a maskable
interrupt.
1 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort generate an NMI.
11
M_MABRT_
IRQ_SEL
Master Abort Interrupt Select
This bit allows master controller transactions that are terminated with a master abort to
generate an NMI instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort generate a maskable
interrupt.
1 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort generate an NMI.
10
M_SERR_
IRQ_SEL
Master System Error Interrupt Select
This bit allows the assertion of the system error signal (SERR) to generate an NMI instead of
a maskable interrupt.
0 = Assertion of the system error signal generates a maskable interrupt.
1 = Assertion of the system error signal generates an NMI.
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Bit
9
Name
Function
M_RPER_
IRQ_SEL
Master Received Parity Error Interrupt Select
This bit allows the assertion of the parity error signal (PERR) during a master controller write
transaction or during the address phase of a master controller read transaction to generate an
NMI instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Master write transactions or master read address phase cycles that detect the parity error
signal asserted generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Master write transactions or master read address phase cycles that detect the parity error
signal asserted generate an NMI.
8
M_DPER_
IRQ_SEL
Master Detected Parity Error Interrupt Select
This bit allows parity errors detected by the master controller during a read transaction to
generate an NMI instead of a maskable interrupt.
0 = Master read transactions that detect a parity error generate a maskable interrupt.
1 = Master read transactions that detect a parity error generate an NMI.
7– 6
5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
M_RTRTO_
IRQ_ENB
Master Retry Time-Out Interrupt Enable
This bit allows master retry time-outs to generate an interrupt.
0 = Master retry time-outs do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Master retry time-outs generate an interrupt.
4
M_TABRT_
IRQ_ENB
Master Target Abort Interrupt Enable
This bit allows master controller transactions that are terminated with a target abort to
generate an interrupt.
0 = Master transactions that are terminated with a target abort do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Master transactions that are terminated with a target abort generate an interrupt.
3
M_MABRT_
IRQ_ENB
Master Abort Interrupt Enable
This bit allows master controller transactions that are terminated with a master abort to
generate an interrupt.
0 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Master transactions that are terminated with a master abort generate an interrupt.
2
M_SERR_
IRQ_ENB
Master System Error Interrupt Enable
This bit allows the assertion of the system error signal (SERR) by a PCI bus agent to generate
an interrupt.
0 = Assertion of the system error signal does not generate an interrupt.
1 = Assertion of the system error signal generates an interrupt.
1
M_RPER_
IRQ_ENB
Master Received Parity Error Interrupt Enable
This bit allows the assertion of the parity error signal (PERR) during a master controller write
transaction or during the address phase of a master controller read transaction to generate an
interrupt.
0 = Master write transactions or master read address phase cycles that detect the parity error
signal asserted do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Master write transactions or master read address phase cycles that detect the parity error
signal asserted generate an interrupt.
0
M_DPER_
IRQ_ENB
Master Detected Parity Error Interrupt Enable
This bit allows parity errors detected by the master controller during a read transaction to
generate an interrupt.
0 = Master read transactions that detect a parity error do not generate an interrupt.
1 = Master read transactions that detect a parity error generate an interrupt.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
Interrupt status bits are set whenever the associated event occurs regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
For a host bridge NMI to propagate to the CPU, host bridge NMIs must be enabled via the PCI_NMI_ENB bit in the
PCIHOSTMAP register (see page 12-17), and NMIs must be enabled via the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register
(see page 12-4).
Before host bridge interrupts are enabled, the PCIHOSTMAP register (see page 12-17) must be configured to route
the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
The interrupt enabled via the GNT_TO_INT_ENB bit in the SYSARBCTL register (see page 5-2) shares the interrupt
controller input used by host bridge interrupts.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Status (HBMSTIRQSTA)
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
0
6
0
0
0
0
R/W
5
0
RSV
8
0
0
1
0
M_RPER_
IRQ_STA
M_DPER_
IRQ_STA
R
4
3
2
M_RTRTO_ M_TABRT_ M_MABRT_ M_SERR_
IRQ_STA
IRQ_STA
IRQ_STA
IRQ_STA
Reserved
Bit
9
M_CMD_IRQ_ID[3–0]
RSV
R/W
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 68h
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register contains host bridge master controller interrupt status bits and command interrupt identification.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15–12
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
11–8
M_CMD_
IRQ_ID[3–0]
Master Command Interrupt Identification
This bit field reports the command of the transaction during which the master controller
detected an error condition. This bit field is valid only when an interrupt status bit is set. It is
cleared when the interrupt status is cleared.
0000 = The command was not latched. For example, the command is not latched if multiple
interrupts are pending and one interrupt status was cleared.
0001 = Special Cycle (not used by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller).
0010 = I/O Read.
0011 = I/O Write.
0100–0101 = Reserved.
0110 = Memory Read.
0111 = Memory Write.
1000–1001 = Reserved.
1010 = Configuration Read.
1011 = Configuration Write.
1100 = Memory Read Multiple (not used by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller).
1101 = Dual-Address Cycle (not used by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller).
1110 = Memory Read Line (not used by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller).
1111 = Memory Write and Invalidate (not used by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller).
If multiple errors are detected, only the command of the first error is latched. When multiple
error interrupts are pending, there is no indication of which interrupt the command
corresponds to.
The MSTINTADD register (see page 6-14) contains the address of the transaction during
which the master controller detected an error condition.
7– 6
6-12
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Bit
5
Name
Function
M_RTRTO_
IRQ_STA
Master Retry Time-Out Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the master controller retry time-out counter expires.
0 = Master retry time-out has not occurred.
1 = Master retry time-out has occurred.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_RTRTO_IRQ_ENB
in the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
4
M_TABRT_
IRQ_STA
Master Target Abort Interrupt Status
This bit is set when a master controller transaction is terminated with a target abort.
0 = Master controller transaction has not been terminated with a target abort.
1 = Master controller transaction has been terminated with a target abort.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_TABRT_IRQ_ENB in
the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
3
M_MABRT_
IRQ_STA
Master Abort Interrupt Status
This bit is set when a master controller transaction is terminated with a master abort.
0 = Master controller transaction has not been terminated with a master abort.
1 = Master controller transaction has been terminated with a master abort.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_MABRT_IRQ_ENB
in the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
2
M_SERR_
IRQ_STA
Master System Error Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the master controller detects the system error signal asserted.
0 = Master controller has not detected the system error signal asserted.
1 = Master controller has detected the system error signal asserted.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_SERR_IRQ_ENB in
the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
1
M_RPER_
IRQ_STA
Master Received Parity Error Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the master controller detects the parity error signal asserted during a
master controller write transaction or during the address phase of a master controller read
transaction.
0 = Master controller has not detected the parity error signal asserted.
1 = Master controller has detected the parity error signal asserted.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_RPER_IRQ_ENB in
the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
0
M_DPER_
IRQ_STA
Master Detected Parity Error Interrupt Status
This bit is set when the master controller detects a parity error during a master controller read
transaction.
0 = Master controller has not detected a parity error.
1 = Master controller has detected a parity error.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
This bit operates regardless of the corresponding interrupt enable bit (M_DPER_IRQ_ENB in
the HBMSTIRQCTL register, see page 6-10).
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Address (MSTINTADD)
31
30
29
0
0
0
0
23
22
21
20
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
15
14
13
12
M_AD_IRQ_ID[15–8]
Bit
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
M_AD_IRQ_ID[7–0]
Bit
Reset
25
M_AD_IRQ_ID[23–16]
Bit
Reset
26
R
R/W
Reset
27
M_AD_IRQ_ID[31–24]
Bit
Reset
28
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 6Ch
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This bit field reports the address of the transaction during which the master controller detected an error condition.
Bit Definitions
Bit
31–0
Name
Function
M_AD_IRQ_ID
[31–0]
Master Address Interrupt Identification
This bit field reports the address of the transaction during which the master controller
detected an error condition. If multiple errors are detected, only the address of the first error is
latched. This bit field is only valid when an interrupt status bit is set. It is cleared when any
interrupt status bit is cleared.
A value of 00000000h means the address was not latched (unless the error happened to
occur at address 00000000h). For example, the address is not latched if multiple interrupts
are pending and one interrupt status was cleared.
When multiple interrupts are pending, there is no indication of which interrupt the address
corresponds to.
The M_CMD_IRQ_ID bit field in the HBMSTIRQSTA register (see page 6-12) contains the
command of the transaction during which the master controller detected an error condition.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
PCI Configuration Address (PCICFGADR)
31
Bit
30
29
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0CF8h
28
27
ENABLE
0
Reset
R/W
0
0
0
22
21
0
0
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
19
BUS_NUM[7–0]
0
0
0
0
R/W!
15
14
13
12
DEVICE_NUM[4–0]
Bit
0
0
0
FUNCTION_NUM[2–0]
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
7
6
0
0
0
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
R/W!
R/W
0
R/W!
REGISTER_NUM[5–0]
Bit
Reset
0
0
20
R/W
Reset
24
RSV
Bit
Reset
25
Reserved
R/W!
23
26
0
0
RSV!
Register Description
This register is used to specify the information to be driven out during the address phase of the next configuration
cycle, which is initiated by a subsequent read or write of the PCICFGDATA register (see page 6-17).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31
ENABLE
Enable
0 = Accesses to the PCICFGDATA register (see page 6-17) are not converted to configuration
cycles on the PCI bus. They remain normal I/O cycles.
1 = Accesses to the PCICFGDATA register are converted to configuration cycles on the PCI
bus.
30–24
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
23–16
BUS_NUM[7–0]
Bus Number
This bit field specifies the PCI bus number to which the configuration cycle is addressed.
00h = Specifies the PCI bus that is connected to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s host bridge.
This causes the host bridge to perform a type zero configuration cycle.
Other values = The host bridge performs a type one configuration cycle. In a type one
configuration cycle, the contents of this bit field (BUS_NUM) are driven unchanged on
the PCI bus during the address phase of the cycle.
If the BUS_NUM and DEVICE_NUM bit fields are both 0, the configuration cycle does not
appear on the PCI bus because this combination addresses the internal PCI-indexed
registers of the host bridge.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Bit
15–11
Name
Function
DEVICE_NUM
[4–0]
Device Number
This bit field specifies the device to address on the bus that is specified by the BUS_NUM bit field.
For type zero configuration cycles (if the BUS_NUM bit field is 00h), the DEVICE_NUM bit
field value selects one of the following bit patterns to be driven on the PCI bus AD31–AD11
pins during the address phase of the cycle:
00d = Address the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s host bridge (if the BUS_NUM bit field is 00h).
The cycle is not visible on the PCI bus. (I.e., no bit pattern is driven externally.)
01d = The AD12 pin is driven High, and the other pins of AD31–AD11 are driven Low.
02d = The AD13 pin is driven High, and the other pins of AD31–AD11 are driven Low.
03d = The AD14 pin is driven High, and the other pins of AD31–AD11 are driven Low.
.....
19d = The AD30 pin is driven High, and the other pins of AD31–AD11 are driven Low.
20d = The AD31 pin is driven High, and the other pins of AD31–AD11 are driven Low.
21–31d = All pins AD31–AD11 are driven Low (to 0); but the host bridge does not accept
configuration accesses using these DEVICE_NUM bit field values, so configuration
reads or writes with these values result in a Master Abort. Performing a configuration
read with these values returns FFFFh in the data.
In a typical system design, one of the address pins AD31–AD12 is resistively coupled to each
PCI bus device’s IDSEL input, so a DEVICE_NUM bit field value in the range 1–20d selects
the corresponding PCI bus device during a type zero configuration cycle.
For type one configuration cycles (if the BUS_NUM bit field is not 00h), the contents of this bit
field are driven unchanged on the PCI bus during the address phase of the cycle.
10–8
FUNCTION_
NUM[2–0]
Function Number
This bit field specifies the function number within the device specified by the DEVICE_NUM bit field.
For host bridge configuration cycles (if the BUS_NUM and DEVICE_NUM bit fields are
both 0), the function number is ignored because the host bridge is a single-function device.
For all other configuration cycles (type zero or type one), the contents of this bit field are
driven unchanged on the PCI bus during the address phase of the configuration cycle.
7–2
REGISTER_
NUM[5–0]
Register Number
This bit field specifies the register number within the function specified by the
FUNCTION_NUM bit field.
For host bridge configuration cycles (if the BUS_NUM and DEVICE_NUM bit fields are
both 0), the REGISTER_NUM bit field is used to address the host bridge PCI-indexed
registers (see the descriptions beginning on page 6-18). REGISTER_NUM bits 5–0 are used
as bits 7–2 of the PCI index address to address doublewords in the configuration space. Byte
locations within a doubleword are addressed by accessing the corresponding bytes of the
PCICFGDATA register (see page 6-17).
For all other configuration cycles (type zero or type one), the contents of this bit field are
driven unchanged on the PCI bus during the address phase of the configuration cycle.
1–0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field is ignored during writes to this register. It always returns 0 when read.
During the address phase of a configuration cycle, address pins AD1–AD0 are driven to 00b
to indicate a type zero configuration cycle, or to 01b to indicate a type one configuration cycle,
depending on value of the BUS_NUM bit field.
Programming Notes
After this register (PCICFGADR) is written with the requisite information, an access must be made to the
PCICFGDATA register (see page 6-17) to cause the PCI bus configuration cycle to occur on the PCI bus.
This register is reset by a system reset. The bits in this register are not affected by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset
is initiated by setting the PCI_RST bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
This register must be accessed as a doubleword. Accesses that are less than a doubleword in width are treated as
normal PCI bus I/O or (if so mapped) GP bus I/O accesses. No configuration cycles are generated if the access is
not to the entire doubleword.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, the doubleword starting at 0CF8h must not be mapped to the GP bus.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller does not generate special cycles. In other words, setting the BUS_NUM bit field to
00h, the DEVICE_NUM bit field to 11111b, the FUNCTION_NUM bit field to 111b, and the REGISTER_NUM field
to 00000b does not generate a special cycle. Instead, this setup generates a PCI bus configuration write cycle.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
PCI Configuration Data (PCICFGDATA)
31
30
29
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0CFCh
28
27
26
25
24
x
x
x
x
19
18
17
16
x
x
x
x
11
10
9
8
x
x
x
x
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
CFG_DATA[31–24]
Bit
x
Reset
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
23
22
21
20
CFG_DATA[23–16]
Bit
x
Reset
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
15
14
13
CFG_DATA[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
CFG_DATA[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
Register Description
Software reads or writes this register to initiate a PCI bus configuration cycle after setting up the PCICFGADR register
(see page 6-15).
Bit Definitions
Bit
31–0
Name
Function
CFG_DATA
[31–0]
Configuration Data
This bit field contains the data for the configuration access cycle (read or write).
Programming Notes
The ENABLE bit must be set in the PCICFGADR register for an access to this register (PCICFGDATA) to result in
a PCI bus configuration cycle. Otherwise the cycle accesses the PCI bus I/O space.
This register can be accessed as a doubleword, word, or byte. The appropriate CBEx signal combinations are driven
on the PCI bus during the data phase of the configuration cycle.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, the doubleword starting at 0CFCh must not be mapped to the GP bus.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Device/Vendor ID (PCIDEVID)
31
30
I/O Address 0CF8h/0CFCh
PCI Index 00h
29
0
0
1
1
23
22
21
20
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
1
0
R
R/W
15
14
13
12
VDR_ID[15–8]
Bit
0
0
0
1
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
VDR_ID[7–0]
Bit
Reset
25
DEV_ID[7–0]
Bit
Reset
26
R
R/W
Reset
27
DEV_ID[15–8]
Bit
Reset
28
0
0
1
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the PCI configuration header space vendor and device identification for the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller host bridge.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31–16
DEV_ID[15–0]
Device ID
3000h = This bit field identifies the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller host bridge PCI bus device.
15–0
VDR_ID[15–0]
Vendor ID
1022h = This bit field identifies Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., as the vendor of the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller host bridge PCI bus device.
Programming Notes
This register (PCIDEVID) is register number 0 in the host bridge-specific PCI configuration space.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Status/Command (PCISTACMD)
31
Bit
30
PERR_DET SIG_SERR
I/O Address 0CF8h/0CFCh
PCI Index 04h
29
28
27
R_MST_
ABT
R_TGT_
ABT
S_TGT_
ABT
26
25
S_DVSL_TIM[1–0]
24
D_PERR_
DET
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
R/W!
R
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R
R
R/W!
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
FBTB
UDFS
66M_CAP
Reset
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R
R
R
15
14
13
9
8
Reset
R/W
Bit
0
Reset
R/W
0
RSV
12
0
0
0
11
10
0
SERR_ENB
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
Bit
0
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Reserved
7
6
Reserved
PERR_RES
0
0
RSV
R/W
5
4
3
Reserved
0
0
RSV
0
R
0
2
1
0
BUS_MAS
MEM_ENB
IO_ENB
1
0
0
R
R/W
R
Register Description
This register contains the PCI configuration header space command and status register bits.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31
PERR_DET
Parity Error Detected
This bit is set when a parity error is detected by the host bridge master or target controller.
0 = Parity error not detected.
1 = Parity error detected.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
30
SIG_SERR
Signaled System Error
This bit is normally used to indicate that the PCI bus agent has asserted the SERR pin,
however the host bridge does not drive SERR because the interrupt logic is integrated within
the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
0 = SERR pin not asserted by the host bridge.
This bit is internally fixed to 0.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Bit
Name
Function
29
R_MST_ABT
Received Master Abort
This bit is set by the host bridge master controller when its transaction is terminated with a
master abort.
0 = Transaction was not terminated with a master abort.
1 = Transaction was terminated with a master abort.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
28
R_TGT_ABT
Received Target Abort
This bit is set by the host bridge master controller when its transaction is terminated with a
target abort.
0 = Transaction was not terminated with a target abort.
1 = Transaction was terminated with a target abort.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
27
S_TGT_ABT
Signaled Target Abort
This bit is set by the host bridge target controller when it terminates a transaction with a target
abort. The host bridge responds with a target abort when an address parity error is detected.
0 = Target controller did not end a transaction with a target abort.
1 = Target controller ended a transaction with a target abort.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
26–25
S_DVSL_TIM
[1–0]
Device Select (DEVSEL) Timing
These read only bits define the slowest DEVSEL timing for the host bridge target controller.
01 = The host bridge target controller always uses medium DEVSEL timing.
This bit field is internally fixed to 01b.
24
D_PERR_DET
Data Parity Reported
This bit is set by the host bridge master controller when, during a host bridge master controller
PCI bus cycle, PERR is asserted by the host bridge or a PCI bus target, and the Parity Error
Response bit (PERR_RES in the PCISTACMD register, see page 6-21) is also set.
0 = The master controller did not detect parity error.
1 = The master controller detect parity error.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
23
FBTB
Fast Back-to-Back Capable
This read-only bit indicates the host bridge target controller is capable of fast back-to-back
transactions.
1 = The host bridge target controller is capable of fast back-to-back transactions.
22
UDFS
UDF Supported
This read-only bit indicates the host bridge does not support user-definable features.
0 = The host bridge does not support user-definable features.
21
66M_CAP
66 MHz Capable
This-read only bit indicates the host bridge is not 66-MHz capable.
0 = The host bridge is not 66-MHz capable.
20–9
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
SERR_ENB
SERR Enable
This bit is normally used to enable the PCI bus agent to drive the SERR pin, however the host
bridge does not drive the SERR pin because all interrupt control is integrated within the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
0 = The SERR pin is not driven by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
8
This bit is internally fixed to 0.
7
6-20
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Bit
6
Name
Function
PERR_RES
Parity Error Response
This bit controls the host bridge’s response to parity errors.
0 = The host bridge master and target controllers ignore parity errors. The host bridge treats
transactions that have a parity error (address or data) as normal transactions. In other
words, it behaves as if nothing is wrong. The D_PERR_DET bit (see page 6-20) is not set
for data parity errors, and a target abort is not issued for address parity errors.
1 = The host bridge master and target controllers report parity errors. The host bridge
responds to data parity errors by setting the D_PERR_DET bit. The host bridge target
controller responds to address parity errors by terminating the transaction with a target
abort.
The PERR_RES bit must not be changed except during PCI bus initialization after a system
reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for information
about PCI bus initialization.
5– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
BUS_MAS
Master Enable
This enables the host bridge master controller to generate cycles on the PCI bus.
1 = The host bridge master controller is always enabled.
This bit is internally fixed to 1.
1
MEM_ENB
Memory Access Enable
This bit enables the host bridge target controller to respond to PCI bus master memory
cycles.
0 = The host bridge target controller is disabled.
1 = The host bridge target controller is enabled to respond to PCI bus master memory cycles.
The MEM_ENB bit must not be changed except during PCI bus initialization after a system
reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for information
about PCI bus initialization.
0
IO_ENB
I/O Space Enable
This bit is normally used to enable the host bridge target controller to respond to PCI bus
master I/O cycles, however the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller host bridge ignores all I/O cycles
from PCI bus masters.
0 = The host bridge does not respond to PCI bus I/O cycles.
This bit is internally fixed to 0.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset or by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset is initiated by setting the PCI_RST
bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
This register (PCISTACMD) is register number 1 in the host bridge-specific PCI configuration space.
The PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2, defines four bit fields in the Status/Command register that are reserved
in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller. These PCI bus functions do not apply to the host bridge controller:
■ Wait cycle control (bit 7): the host bridge controller does not support address/data stepping.
■ VGA palette snoop enable (bit 5): the host bridge is not a graphics device.
■ Memory write and invalidate enable (bit 4): the host bridge does not generate memory write and invalidate
commands as a PCI bus master.
■ Special cycle recognition (bit 3): the host bridge ignores PCI bus special cycles.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Class Code/Revision ID (PCICCREVID)
31
30
29
28
0
0
0
0
23
22
21
20
0
0
0
0
24
0
1
1
0
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
15
14
13
12
PRG_IF[7–0]
Bit
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
REV_ID[7–0]
Bit
Reset
25
SBCL_CD[7–0]
Bit
Reset
26
R
R/W
Reset
27
CL_CD[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 0CF8h/0CFCh
PCI Index 08h
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the PCI configuration header space class code, program interface and revision identification.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31–24
CL_CD[7–0]
Base Class Code
This bit field defines the PCI bus base class code of the host bridge.
06h = Bridge Device
23–16
SBCL_CD
[7–0]
Sub Class Code
This bit field defines the PCI bus sub-class code for the host bridge.
00h = Host-PCI bridge
15–8
PRG_IF[7–0]
Program Interface
This bit field defines the PCI bus program interface type of the host bridge.
00h = Host-PCI bridge
7– 0
REV_ID[7–0]
Revision I.D.
This bit field defines the host bridge revision number.
00h = Revision number
Programming Notes
This register (PCICCREVID) is register number 2 in the host bridge-specific PCI configuration space.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Header Type (PCIHEADTYPE)
7
6
I/O Address 0CF8h/0CFCh
PCI Index 0Eh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
HDR_TYP[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the PCI configuration header space header type.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
HDR_TYP
[7–0]
Header Type
This bit field defines the PCI configuration space header format.
00h = Single-function device, not PCI-to-PCI bridge
Programming Notes
This register (PCIHEADTYPE) is byte 2 of register number 3 in the host bridge-specific PCI configuration space.
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PCI Bus Host Bridge Registers
Master Retry Time-Out (PCIMRETRYTO)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
M_RETRY_TO[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 0CF8h/0CFCh
PCI Index 41h
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the PCI master retry time-out.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
M_RETRY_TO
[7–0]
Master Retry Time-Out
This bit field defines the number of times the master controller retries a transaction before
aborting the cycle. For read transactions that are aborted due to a time-out, a data value of
FFFFFFFFh is returned to the Am5x86 CPU.
00h = Retry time-out disabled. The master controller continues to retry the transaction until
the target responds. This is the default value.
Other = The master controller continues to retry the transaction for the number of times
programmed into this bit field. For example, if this bit field is set to 80h, the number of
retries is 128. Therefore the total number of attempts (including the initial attempt) is
the number of retries programmed in this bit field plus 1.
Programming Notes
This register is reset by a system reset or by a PCI bus reset. A PCI bus reset is initiated by setting the PCI_RST
bit in the HBCTL register (see page 6-3).
This register (PCIMRETRYTO) is byte 1 of register number 16d in the host bridge-specific PCI configuration space.
This register must not be changed except when there is no outstanding CPU-to-PCI bus transaction pending. This
is the default state after a system reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for
information about PCI bus initialization.
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CHAPTER
7
7.1
SDRAM CONTROLLER REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the synchronous dynamic random-access memory (SDRAM)
controller registers of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller includes an integrated SDRAM controller. The following
are some of the SDRAM controller’s main features:
■ Synchronous DRAM support
■ Support for up to 4 banks
■ Up to 256 Megabytes of SDRAM
■ ECC (single-bit correction/multiple-bit detection) support
The SDRAM controller register set consists of ten memory-mapped configuration region
(MMCR) registers used for configuration, control, and status. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about using the SDRAM controller.
Table 7-1 lists the SDRAM controller registers in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
7.2
REGISTERS
Table 7-1
SDRAM Controller MMCR Registers
MMCR Offset
Page
Number
DRCCTL
10h
page 7-2
SDRAM Timing Control
DRCTMCTL
12h
page 7-4
SDRAM Bank Configuration
DRCCFG
14h
page 7-5
SDRAM Bank 0–3 Ending Address
DRCBENDADR
18h
page 7-7
ECC Control
ECCCTL
20h
page 7-9
ECC Status
ECCSTA
21h
page 7-10
ECC Check Bit Position
ECCCKBPOS
22h
page 7-11
ECC Check Code Test
ECCCKTEST
23h
page 7-12
ECC Single-Bit Error Address
ECCSBADD
24h
page 7-14
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address
ECCMBADD
28h
page 7-15
Register Name
Mnemonic
SDRAM Control
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SDRAM Controller Registers
SDRAM Control (DRCCTL)
Bit
7
6
WB_TST_
ENB
Reserved
0
0
R/W!
RES
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 10h
5
4
RFSH_SPD[1–0]
0
1
R/W
3
2
RFSH_ENB
0
1
0
OPMODE_SEL[2–0]
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register controls various features of the SDRAM controller.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state. See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
WB_TST_
ENB
Write Buffer Test Mode Enable
This bit selects the source of the debugging information available on the three system test
pins.
0 = Write buffer test mode is disabled. (System test mode.) The three system test pins
function as CF_DRAM, DATASTRB and CF_ROM_GPCS pins.
1 = Write buffer test mode is enabled. The three system test pins function as WBMSTR2–
WBMSTR0 for write buffer master trace purposes.
If the write buffer is enabled (WB_ENB is set in the DBCTL register, see page 8-3), the
WBMSTR2–WBMSTR0 signals provide write buffer master trace information during write
cycles from the write buffer to SDRAM. Master trace information specifies which masters
contributed to the level (rank) that is currently being written to SDRAM from the write
buffer. Contributing masters can be one or more of: Am5x86 CPU, PCI, or GP bus DMA.
If the write buffer is disabled, or during read cycles if the write buffer is enabled, the
WBMSTR2–WBMSTR0 signals reflect the master that is currently requesting SDRAM
access.
Software writes to this bit are ignored when the AMDebug™ technology mode is active. This
ensures that microcontroller software cannot remove control of the pins from the software
driving the AMDebug technology port. If AMDebug technology mode is not active, software
can write to this bit.
Refer to the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for more information
about system test mode and write buffer test mode.
6
5– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
RFSH_SPD
[1–0]
SDRAM Refresh Request Speed
These two bits determine the SDRAM refresh request rate.
00 = 7.8 ms
01 = 15.6 ms (default)
10 = 31.2 ms
11 = 62.5 ms
3
RFSH_ENB
Refresh Enable
0 = SDRAM refresh is disabled. This mode should be used for SDRAM detection and sizing
algorithms. Disabling SDRAM refresh should not be done in normal operation.
1 = SDRAM refresh is enabled.
Note: Refresh cycles are not generated to SDRAM banks that are not enabled via the
BNKx_ENB bits in the DRCBENDADR register (see page 7-7).
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SDRAM Controller Registers
2– 0
OPMODE_SEL
[2–0]
SDRAM Operation Mode Select
These commands are used in the SDRAM initialization and detection algorithm.
000 = Normal SDRAM mode.
001 = NOP command enabled.
010 = CPU-to-SDRAM cycles are converted to All Banks Precharge commands.
011 = CPU-to-SDRAM cycles are converted to a Load Mode Register command. The data to
be loaded is driven on MA12–MA0.
100 = Auto refresh enabled.
101–111 = Reserved.
When specifying NOP, All Banks Precharge, Load Mode Register, or Auto Refresh
commands, the command is not actually applied to the SDRAM devices until a CPU access to
SDRAM occurs (either a read or write cycle). The specified command is issued to the SDRAM
devices during the CPU access rather than the typical SDRAM read or write access.
Before using a write cycle to apply any of these SDRAM commands, make sure the WB_ENB
bit is clear in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
Because the command is not issued to the SDRAM until the CPU accesses SDRAM, code
executing out of ROM must specifically access SDRAM after selecting a command in the
OPMODE_SEL bit field to properly configure the SDRAM device.
The Load Mode Register command must be issued to the SDRAM for the setting of the
CAS_LAT bit of the DRCTMCTL register to take effect (see page 7-4). In addition to setting
the CAS latency as programmed in the CAS_LAT bit, the following fixed parameters are also
written to the SDRAM device’s mode register when a Load Mode Register command is
issued.
■ Burst length: always read burst 4.
■
Burst type: follow non-linear burst.
■
Operating mode: standard operation.
■
Write burst mode: single mode.
After a command is issued, the OPMODE_SEL bit field must be cleared to 000b (normal
SDRAM mode) before any further SDRAM access.
Programming Notes
SDRAM refresh cycles should only be enabled (via the RFSH_ENB bit) when the OPMODE_SEL bit is 000b.
This register (DRCCTL) should be modified only when the write buffer and the read-ahead feature of the read buffer
are disabled in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
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SDRAM Timing Control (DRCTMCTL)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
0
R/W
0
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 12h
4
CAS_LAT
0
RSV
1
R/W
3
2
RAS_PCHG_DLY[1–0]
1
0
1
0
RAS_CAS_DLY[1–0]
1
R/W
0
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the SDRAM device timing.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state. See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
4
CAS_LAT
SDRAM CAS Latency
This bit controls the SCASx signal latency timing to all the SDRAM banks.
0 = Cycle latency is 2T.
1 = Cycle latency is 3T (default).
Where T is 15 ns (one half of the 33-MHz clock cycle).
To make the CAS_LAT bit setting take effect, a Load Mode Register command must be issued
to the SDRAM devices via the OPMODE_SEL bit field of the DRCCTL register (see
page 7-3). Incorrect operation can occur if the CAS_LAT bit is modified and the Load Mode
Register command is not issued to the SDRAM devices.
3– 2
RAS_PCHG_
DLY[1–0]
SDRAM RAS Precharge Delay
This bit field determines the SRASx signal precharge delay.
00 = 2T
01 = 3T
10 = 4T (default)
11 = 6T
Where T is 15 ns (one half of the 33-MHz clock cycle).
1– 0
RAS_CAS_
DLY[1–0]
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay
This bit field determines the SRASx-to-SCASx delay.
00 = 2T
01 = 3T
10 = 4T (default)
11 = Reserved
Where T is 15 ns (one half of the 33-MHz clock cycle).
Programming Notes
This register (DRCTMCTL) should be modified only when the write buffer and the read-ahead feature of the read
buffer are disabled in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
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SDRAM Controller Registers
SDRAM Bank Configuration (DRCCFG)
Bit
15
14
BNK3_
BNK_CNT
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
7
6
BNK1_
BNK_CNT
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 14h
12
BNK3_COLWDTH[1–0]
0
0
R/W
5
4
BNK1_COLWDTH[1–0]
0
0
R/W
11
10
BNK2_
BNK_CNT
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
3
2
BNK0_
BNK_CNT
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
9
8
BNK2_COLWDTH[1–0]
0
0
R/W
1
0
BNK0_COLWDTH[1–0]
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the address column width configuration and SDRAM internal bank count for devices installed
in each bank.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state.See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
BNK3_BNK_
CNT
Bank 3 Internal SDRAM Bank Count
This bit specifies the number of internal banks supported by the SDRAM devices.
0 = 2-bank device
1 = 4-bank device
14
13–12
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BNK3_
COLWDTH[1–0]
Bank 3 Column Address Width
These two bits specify the column address width of the SDRAM devices populated in Bank 3.
00 = 8-bit column address
01 = 9-bit column address
10 = 10-bit column address
11 = 11-bit column address
11
BNK2_BNK_
CNT
Bank 2 Internal SDRAM Bank Count
This bit specifies the number of internal banks supported by the SDRAM devices.
0 = 2-bank device
1 = 4-bank device
10
9– 8
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BNK2_
COLWDTH[1–0]
Bank 2 Column Address Width
These two bits specify the column address width of the SDRAM devices populated in Bank 2.
00 = 8-bit column address
01 = 9-bit column address
10 = 10-bit column address
11 = 11-bit column address
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SDRAM Controller Registers
Bit
7
Name
Function
BNK1_BNK_
CNT
Bank 1 Internal SDRAM Bank Count
This bit specifies the number of internal banks supported by the SDRAM devices.
0 = 2-bank device
1 = 4-bank device
6
5– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BNK1_
COLWDTH[1–0]
Bank 1 Column Address Width
These two bits specify the column address width of the SDRAM devices populated in Bank 1.
00 = 8-bit column address
01 = 9-bit column address
10 = 10-bit column address
11 = 11-bit column address
3
BNK0_BNK_
CNT
Bank 0 Internal SDRAM Bank Count
This bit specifies the number of internal banks supported by the SDRAM devices.
0 = 2-bank device
1 = 4-bank device
2
1– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BNK0_
COLWDTH[1–0]
Bank 0 Column Address Width
These two bits specify the column address width of the SDRAM devices populated in Bank 0.
00 = 8-bit column address
01 = 9-bit column address
10 = 10-bit column address
11 = 11-bit column address
Programming Notes
This register (DRCCFG) should be modified only when the write buffer and the read-ahead feature of the read buffer
are disabled in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
Before changing the BNKx_BNK_CNT or BNKx_COLWDTH bit fields, software must issue an All Banks Precharge
command to the SDRAM devices via the OPMODE_SEL bit field in the DBCCTL register (see page 7-3). This
command returns the SDRAM devices to an idle state and also clears the SDRAM controller’s page table entries.
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SDRAM Controller Registers
SDRAM Bank 0–3 Ending Address (DRCBENDADR)
31
Bit
0
23
0
0
0
0
15
22
21
20
0
0
0
0
7
14
13
12
R/W
0
0
0
0
0
19
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
BNK1_END[28–22]
0
0
0
0
R/W
6
5
4
3
BNK0_END[28–22]
BNK0_ENB
Reset
24
R/W
R/W
R/W
25
BNK2_END[28–22]
BNK1_ENB
Reset
26
R/W
R/W
R/W
27
BNK3_END[28–22]
BNK2_ENB
Reset
Bit
28
R/W
R/W
Bit
29
BNK3_ENB
Reset
Bit
30
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 18h
0
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the SDRAM bank enable and bank ending address that specifies the boundary between the
banks.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state.See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31
BNK3_ENB
Bank 3 Enable
This bit enables Bank 3.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
30–24
BNK3_END
[28–22]
Bank 3 Ending Address
This bit field determines the Bank 3 boundary, defined in 4-Mbyte increments. This value is
compared to physical address bits 28–22 during an SDRAM request to select a bank.
Bank 3 is selected if physical address bits 28–22 are less than the BNK3_END bit field value,
but greater than or equal to the value specified by the BNK2_END bit field (or the next lower
enabled bank’s end value if Bank 2 is disabled).
23
BNK2_ENB
Bank 2 Enable
This bit enables Bank 2.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
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Bit
22–16
Name
Function
BNK2_END
[28–22]
Bank 2 Ending Address
This bit field determines the Bank 2 boundary, defined in 4-Mbyte increments. This value is
compared to physical address bits 28–22 during an SDRAM request to select a bank.
Bank 2 is selected if physical address bits 28–22 are less than the BNK2_END bit field value
but greater than or equal to the value specified by the BNK1_END bit field (or the next lower
enabled bank’s end value if Bank 1 is disabled.
15
BNK1_ENB
Bank 1 Enable
This bit enables Bank 1.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
14–8
BNK1_END
[28–22]
Bank 1 Ending Address
This bit field determines the Bank 1 boundary, defined in 4-Mbyte increments. This value is
compared to physical address bits 28–22 during an SDRAM request to select a bank.
Bank 1 is selected if physical address bits 28–22 are less than the BNK1_END bit field value
but greater than or equal to the value specified by the BNK0_END bit field (or 0 if Bank 0 is
disabled).
7
BNK0_ENB
Bank 0 Enable
This bit enables Bank 0.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
6– 0
BNK0_END
[28–22]
Bank 0 Ending Address
This bit field determines the Bank 0 boundary, defined in 4-Mbyte increments. This value is
compared to physical address bits 28–22 during an SDRAM request to select a bank.
Bank 0 is selected if physical address bits 28–22 are less than the BNK0_END bit field value.
Programming Notes
This register (DRCBENDADR) should be modified only when the write buffer and the read-ahead feature of the read
buffer are disabled in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
The value specified in each BNKx_END bit field determines the upper address boundary of the corresponding
SDRAM bank in 4Mbyte increments. Each bank’s lower boundary is determined by the end of the next-lower enabled
bank, so the addressable SDRAM space is the concatenation of the enabled banks. The top of the highest configured
bank is the top of memory.
If any particular bank is disabled (via its BNKx_ENB bit), the associated BNKx_END bit field value has no effect.
Banks do not have to be enabled contiguously. Figure 7-1 gives a few examples of SDRAM bank configuration.
Figure 7-1
Examples of Bank Ending Address Configuration
Example 1
1FFFFFFh
Bank 3
Bank 2
1800000h
17FFFFFh
(8 Mbytes)
1000000h
FFFFFFh
Bank 1
(8 Mbytes)
Bank 0
(8 Mbytes)
Total
7-8
(8 Mbytes)
800000h
7FFFFFh
000000h
BNK3_END
= 08h
Example 2
37FFFFFh
(32 Mbytes)
1800000h
BNK3_END
= 0Eh
BNK2_END
Disabled
BNK2_END
= 06h
(BNK2_ENB = 0)
= “Don’t Care”
BNK1_END
= 04h
BNK0_END
= 02h
32 Mbytes
17FFFFFh
(8 Mbytes)
1000000h
FFFFFFh
(16 Mbytes)
000000h
BNK1_END
= 06h
BNK0_END
= 04h
56 Mbytes
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Example 3
BFFFFFFh
(64 Mbytes)
8000000h
7FFFFFFh
(64 Mbytes)
4000000h
3FFFFFFh
(32 Mbytes)
2000000h
1FFFFFFh
(32 Mbytes)
0000000h
BNK3_END
= 30h
BNK2_END
= 20h
BNK1_END
= 10h
BNK0_END
= 08h
192 Mbytes
SDRAM Controller Registers
ECC Control (ECCCTL)
7
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 20h
6
4
3
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
2
1
MULT_INT_ SGL_INT_
ENB
ENB
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
ECC_ENB
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register controls all the error correction code (ECC) functions.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state.See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
MULT_INT_
ENB
Enable Multi-Bit Interrupt
This bit enables the ECC non-maskable interrupt (NMI) source to go active on the detection of
a multi-bit error.
0 = Disabled
2
1 = Enabled
The ECC NMI source must also be enabled via the ECC_NMI_ENB bit in the ECCMAP
register (see page 12-19).
1
SGL_INT_
ENB
Enable Single-bit Interrupt
This bit enables the ECC maskable interrupt source to go active on the detection of a singlebit error.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
The ECC single-bit interrupt source must also be mapped to an interrupt channel via the
ECC_IRQ_MAP bit field in the ECCMAP register (see page 12-20).
0
ECC_ENB
ECC Enable for All Four Banks
This bit enables ECC for all four banks.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
When ECC is enabled, writes to SDRAM include a write of the error correction code (ECC) to
the SDRAM device’s ECC location, and reads from SDRAM are checked for a correct ECC.
Any ECC mismatch is reported in the appropriate registers and the appropriate interrupt is
generated if enabled via the MULT_INT_ENB and SGL_INT_ENB bits.
Programming Notes
This register (ECCCTL) should be modified only when the write buffer and the read-ahead feature of the read buffer
are disabled in the DBCTL register (see page 8-3).
Before ECC multi-bit or single-bit interrupts are enabled, the ECCMAP register (see page 12-19) must be configured
to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
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SDRAM Controller Registers
ECC Status (ECCSTA)
7
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 21h
6
5
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
MBIT_ERR
SBIT_ERR
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
0
RSV
R/W
1
Register Description
This register maintains status of the ECC functions if ECC is enabled.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
MBIT_ERR
Multi-Bit Error Detected
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
1
1 = A multi-bit ECC error has occurred.
Software must write a 1 to clear this bit and rearm the logic that captures the physical address
where the multi-bit error occurred.
The multi-bit error physical address can be read from the ECCMBADD register (see
page 7-15).
0
SBIT_ERR
Single-bit ECC Error
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
1 = A single-bit ECC error has occurred.
Software must write a 1 to clear this bit and rearm the logic that captures the physical address
and bit position where the single-bit error occurred.
The single-bit error physical address can be read from the ECCSBADD register (see
page 7-14). The single-bit error bit position can be read from the ECCCKBPOS register (see
page 7-11).
Programming Notes
Software should write to this register (ECCSTA) only to clear the error status, and only after a status bit was read as 1.
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SDRAM Controller Registers
ECC Check Bit Position (ECCCKBPOS)
7
6
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 22h
4
Reserved
Bit
0
Reset
3
2
0
0
0
ECC_CHK_POS[5–0]
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
R
Register Description
This register indicates the particular bit in the 32-bit data word or 7-bit check word that caused the single-bit error.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5– 0
ECC_CHK_
POS[5–0]
ECC Data Bit Position
This bit field reports the bit location of the single-bit ECC error in either the check bit or data
bit field.
The bit position is captured upon the detection of a single-bit error, and the bit field is inhibited
from capturing subsequent error positions until the SBIT_ERR bit in the ECCSTA register is
cleared by writing a 1 (see page 7-10).
The data bit field is 32 bits in length and the check bit field is 7 bits in length. Combined, these
two bit fields form a 39-bit word. The ECC_CHK_POS bit field contains the numbered bit
position in this 39-bit word of the bit that caused the single-bit error.
Figure 7-2 relates the encoded bit position to the data and check bit fields.
Programming Notes
Figure 7-2 shows the concatenated check and data bit fields, and the corresponding ECC_CHK_POS values.
Bit 5 of THE ECC_CHK_POS bit field can be used to identify whether the check bit field or the data bit field contains
the bit error. If bit 5 is 0, the error is in the data bit field. If bit 5 is 1, the error is in the check bit field.
Figure 7-2
ECC Check Bit and Data Bit Positions
6
Check Bits
(7-bit)
38
0 31
Data Bits
(32-bit)
32 31
0
0
ECC_CHK_POS Values
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ECC Check Code Test (ECCCKTEST)
7
Bit
6
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 23h
4
BAD_CHK_
ENB
Reset
R/W
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
FRC_BAD_CHK[6–0]
0
0
0
R/W!
0
R/W
Register Description
This register provides user control of the ECC check code that is written during an SDRAM write cycle. This feature
is to be used for test and error-handler development.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
BAD_CHK_
ENB
Enable Bad ECC Check Bits
This bit can be used by test software to enable the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field to replace the
correct ECC codes generated by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller ECC logic for only the next
single write cycle to SDRAM.
0 = The FRC_BAD_CHK bit field does not replace the generated check bits. The binary
pattern in the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field has no effect on the ECC codes written to SDRAM
during a write cycle.
1 = The FRC_BAD_CHK bit field replaces the generated check bits for the next SDRAM write.
The binary pattern written to the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field is written out as the 7-bit ECC
code during the next write cycle to SDRAM.
This bit is automatically reset after the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field value is written to the ECC
SDRAM during the following write cycle.
If this bit (BAD_CHK_ENB) was previously set, then reading 1 from this bit implies that a write
cycle to SDRAM did not occur yet, and so the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field value was not yet
applied. If the BAD_CHK_ENB bit is read as a 0 after it was previously set, then a write cycle
did occur in which the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field value was applied.
6– 0
FRC_BAD_
CHK[6–0]
Force Bad ECC Check Bits
This register provides a way for users to specify their own ECC code for error test purposes.
During write cycles to SDRAM, a 7-bit encoded ECC check code (sometimes referred to as a
syndrome code) that represents the associated write data is written to ECC SDRAM. This
code is automatically generated by the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller when ECC is enabled.
If the BAD_CHK_ENB bit is set, the pattern in the FRC_BAD_CHK bit field is written to the
ECC storage location on the following write cycle to SDRAM.
Note: The write buffer should be disabled and the write access should not be cacheable in the
Am5x86 CPU write-back cache during this procedure to ensure that the write cycle is propagated
to the SDRAM when intended. The write buffer is disabled via the WB_ENB bit in the DBCTL
register (see page 8-3).The write can be made non-cacheable, among other ways, by putting
the cache in write-through mode or by disabling the cache completely.
Programming Notes
During a master write access to SDRAM, the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller generates an ECC check code (sometimes
referred to as a syndrome code) that is written to the ECC SDRAM devices. During a read cycle, the requested data
is read from SDRAM along with the stored ECC check code. A new check code is then generated from the read data
and compared to the read ECC check code.
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If there is an ECC mismatch, either a single-bit or multiple-bit error has been detected. Single-bit errors are corrected
as data is returned to the requesting master (and an interrupt is generated if enabled). Multi-bit errors are not
corrected, but an NMI is generated if enabled.
This register (ECCCKTEST) provides a way for the user to alter the ECC check code that is written to the ECC
SDRAM. If the ECC check code is altered so that it reflects a single-bit or multiple-bit error, it is detected by the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller when that location is read (if ECC is enabled). This feature can be used for test purposes
and also for ECC error-handler development.
Because the write buffer decouples master write requests from the actual SDRAM access, it is advisable to disable
the write buffer when using the feature provided by this register. Otherwise, the ECC check code specified in this
register might be applied to a write-buffer write access to SDRAM and not the particular access intended. In addition,
care should be taken to ensure that the Am5x86 CPU cache allows the write cycle to propagate to the SDRAM.
So that test software need not reproduce the ECC algorithm, Table 7-2 provides a few example ECC check codes
that are correct for the associated data.
Table 7-2
Example ECC Check Codes and Associated Data
32-Bit Data Write (Hexadecimal)
Correct ECC Check Code (Binary)
00000000
0000000
FFFFFFFF
0000000
000000BC
1111111
A5A5A5A5
1100011
C0C0C0C0
0101110
00AB0000
1001100
00BC0000
0100000
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ECC Single-Bit Error Address (ECCSBADD)
31
30
28
0
0
23
22
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
R
21
20
19
SB_ADDR[23–16]
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
15
14
13
12
SB_ADDR[15–8]
Bit
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
SB_ADDR[7–2]
Bit
Reset
25
SB_ADDR[27–24]
Bit
Reset
26
RSV
R/W
Reset
27
Reserved
Bit
Reset
29
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 24h
0
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
R
R/W
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register contains the physical address of the location in SDRAM that caused a single-bit ECC error.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31–28
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
27–2
SB_ADDR
[27–2]
ECC Single-bit Error Address
This bit field contains the physical address (bits 27–2) of the location where a single-bit error
occurred.
The address is captured upon the detection of a single-bit error, and the bit field is inhibited
from capturing subsequent error addresses until the SBIT_ERR bit in the ECCSTA register is
cleared by writing a 1 (see page 7-10).
Note: This register does not include byte enables (BE) from the requesting master, therefore
only doubleword resolution is provided by the indication. Use the ECCCKBPOS register to
determine which bit was in error (see page 7-11).
1– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
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ECC Multi-Bit Error Address (ECCMBADD)
31
30
29
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 28h
28
27
0
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
23
22
24
0
0
18
17
16
0
0
0
0
11
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
RSV
R/W
25
MB_ADDR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
26
R
21
20
19
MB_ADDR[23–16]
Bit
0
Reset
0
0
0
R
R/W
15
14
13
12
MB_ADDR[15–8]
Bit
Reset
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
7
6
4
MB_ADDR[7–2]
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
R
R/W
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register contains the physical address of the location in SDRAM that caused a multi-bit ECC error.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
31–28
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
27–2
MB_ADDR
[27–2]
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address
This register contains the physical address (bits 27–2) of the location where a multi-bit error
occurred.
The address is captured upon the detection of a multi-bit error, and the bit field is inhibited
from capturing subsequent error addresses until the MBIT_ERR bit in the ECCSTA register is
cleared by writing a 1 (see page 7-10).
Note: This register does not include byte enables (BE) from the requesting master, therefore
only doubleword resolution is provided in the indication.
1– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
8
8.1
WRITE BUFFER AND READ BUFFER
REGISTER
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the write buffer and read buffer register of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The write buffer and read buffer are two buffering techniques integrated in the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller to increase SDRAM system performance. Although both of these features
are tightly integrated with the SDRAM controller, the write buffer and the read buffer’s readahead feature can be independently enabled via the SDRAM Buffer Control (DBCTL)
register.
The write buffer and read buffer register set consists of one memory-mapped configuration
region (MMCR) register. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual,
order #22004, for details about the write buffer and read buffer.
Table 8-1 lists the DBCTL register and the corresponding description’s page number.
8.2
REGISTER
Table 8-1
Write Buffer and Read Buffer MMCR Register
Register Name
Mnemonic
SDRAM Buffer Control
DBCTL
MMCR Offset
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SDRAM Buffer Control (DBCTL)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 40h
0
R/W
0
4
RAB_ENB
0
RSV
0
R/W
3
2
WB_WM[1–0]
0
0
R/W
1
0
WB_FLUSH
WB_ENB
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register controls all the read buffer read-ahead and write buffer functions.
Note: A programmable reset does not preserve this register’s state.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
4
RAB_ENB
Read-Ahead Feature Enable
This bit is used to enable the read-ahead feature of the read buffer.
0 = The read-ahead feature is disabled.
1 = The read-ahead feature is enabled. If the master request is a burst cycle (two or more
doublewords), when the current cache line is fetched from SDRAM and stored in the read
buffer, the following cache line is also prefetched to take advantage of space locality.
If the master request is not a burst cycle, only the rest of the current cache line is fetched
from SDRAM into the read buffer.
When enabled, the read-ahead feature applies for all bursted read requests from either the
Am5x86 CPU or the PCI bus. (The GP bus DMA controller does not perform bursted reads.)
During SDRAM sizing or test, disabling the read-ahead feature might improve performance of
the sizing or test algorithm. Because most such algorithms test various non-contiguous points
in SDRAM, excessive read-ahead thrashing can result. Although this does not result in false
indications, it can result in a slight performance degradation of the test algorithm.
After the SDRAM sizing or test process is complete, the user is free to enable the read-ahead
feature of the read buffer when desired.
3-2
WB_WM[1–0]
Write Buffer Watermark
This bit field specifies the write buffer’s watermark setting (i.e., the amount of allocated buffer
space above which the write buffer initiates a write to SDRAM).
00 = 28 doublewords (default)
01 = 24 doublewords
10 = 16 doublewords
11 = 8 doublewords
As data is written into the write buffer, a new rank of storage is allocated unless the written
data can be merged or collapsed into previous ranks. When a write cycle results in a rank
allocation that exceeds the watermark setting, the write buffer requests service from the
SDRAM controller to initiate write transfers to SDRAM.
A higher watermark setting allows the write buffer to fill higher (acquire more master write
data) before requesting SDRAM service, resulting in a greater chance of write data merging
or collapsing. This is desirable if a large amount of incomplete doubleword writes (i.e., byte,
word or three-byte writes) is expected from either the Am5x86 CPU, PCI bus, or GP bus DMA.
A lower watermark setting can be used if more complete doublewords are expected, and so
merging or collapsing of data is less likely. A lower watermark causes the write buffer to
request SDRAM service at a lower threshold, reducing the chance of filling the write buffer.
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Bit
1
Name
Function
WB_FLUSH
Write Buffer Flush
This bit provides manual control over flushing of the write buffer.
0 = Writing 0 has no effect. Reading 0 after first writing 1 indicates that the flush has
completed.
1 = Writing 1 causes the write buffer to flush. Reading 1 indicates that the write buffer is still in
the process of being flushed.
Flushing the write buffer implies that all write buffer data is written out to SDRAM as a high
priority before any other SDRAM write or read cycle activity is allowed to take place.
0
WB_ENB
Write Buffer Enable
This bit is used to enable the write buffer.
0 = The write buffer is disabled.
1 = The write buffer is enabled. The write buffer buffers all write activity from either the
Am5x86 CPU, PCI bus, or GP bus DMA.
When enabled, the write buffer merges or collapses write data during write cycles and merges
read data during read cycles.
During SDRAM sizing or test, the write buffer must be disabled to prevent an invalid SDRAM
size indicator or false “pass” status during an SDRAM test algorithm. A false pass is possible
because the write buffer supports read merging, so that previously written data is returned
(read merged) from the write buffer if the read-back occurs before the data has migrated to
SDRAM. This can appear as though SDRAM exists even though it might not.
If ECC memory is used, the write buffer must also be disabled while the SDRAM initialization
software initializes ECC memory by writing to each SDRAM location.
After the SDRAM sizing or test process is complete, the user is free to enable the write buffer
when desired.
Programming Notes
Software must disable the write buffer (i.e., clear the WB_ENB bit) before changing the write buffer watermark
(WB_WM bit field).
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CHAPTER
9
9.1
ROM/FLASH CONTROLLER
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the read-only memory (ROM) or Flash memory controller registers
of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ROM/Flash controller supports up to three ROM device chip select signals, which can
be separately enabled. Note that a bank of ROM devices can be accessed with a single
chip select (e.g., for building a 32-bit ROM space from four 8-bit ROM devices).
The ROM controller register set consists of three memory-mapped configuration region
(MMCR) registers used to configure the ROM controller by programming details about the
connected ROM devices’ operation mode, device width, device location, and timing.
Configuration information is provided for each chip select. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the ROM controller.
Table 9-1 lists the ROM controller registers in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
9.2
REGISTERS
Table 9-1
ROM Controller MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
BOOTCS Control
BOOTCSCTL
50h
page 9-2
ROMCS1 Control
ROMCS1CTL
54h
page 9-4
ROMCS2 Control
ROMCS2CTL
56h
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BOOTCS Control (BOOTCSCTL)
15
14
0
0
12
DGP
0
?
RSV
R/W
7
6
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 50h
0
R/W
5
4
1
RSV
1
R/W
10
WIDTH[1–0]
?
R
SUB_DLY[1–0]
0
11
?
R
3
2
Reserved
0
9
8
MODE
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
1
0
FIRST_DLY[2–0]
1
RSV
1
1
R/W
Register Description
This register contains configuration information about the location (i.e., SDRAM bus or GP bus), width, operation
mode, and timing of the boot ROM that is attached to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller BOOTCS signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–13
12
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation
DGP
BOOTCS Device SDRAM/GP Bus Select
This bit reflects the location of the boot ROM device that is enabled with the BOOTCS signal.
This bit’s value is latched from the CFG2 pinstrap when the PWRGOOD pin is asserted. The
ROM can be connected to either the SDRAM data bus or to the GP bus.
0 = ROM is on the GP bus.
1 = ROM is on the SDRAM data bus.
11–10
WIDTH[1–0]
BOOTCS Device Width Select
This bit field reflects the width of the boot ROM. This bit field’s value is latched from the
CFG1–CFG0 pinstraps when the PWRGOOD pin is asserted.
00 = ROM is 8 bits wide.
01 = ROM is 16 bits wide.
10 = ROM is 32 bits wide.
11 = ROM is 32 bits wide (same as 10b).
9
MODE
BOOTCS Device Mode
This bit is used to configure the mode of the boot ROM device.
0 = ROM is non-page mode.
1 = ROM is page mode.
8– 6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation
5– 4
SUB_DLY[1–0]
BOOTCS Device Delay for Subsequent Access
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for all page-mode accesses to the
ROM that are subsequent to the first access. This bit field applies only if the MODE bit is 1.
00 = 0 wait states
01 = 1 wait state
10 = 2 wait states
11 = 3 wait states
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Bit
3
2– 0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
FIRST_DLY
[2–0]
BOOTCS Device Delay for First Access
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for the first access to the ROM, and
for subsequent accesses if the MODE bit is 0.
000 = 0 wait states
001 = 1 wait state
010 = 2 wait states
011 = 3 wait states
100 = 4 wait states
101 = 5 wait states
110 = 6 wait states
111 = 7 wait states
Programming Notes
The device attached to the BOOTCS chip select signal is used as the boot device. Therefore, upon reset this device’s
DGP and WIDTH bit field values must be delivered to the ROM controller via the CFG2–CFG0 pinstraps. For all
other ROM devices, this configuration information is programmed by the initialization software.
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ROMCS1 Control (ROMCS1CTL)
15
14
0
0
12
DGP
0
0
RSV
R/W
7
6
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 54h
0
R/W
5
4
1
RSV
1
R/W
10
WIDTH[1–0]
0
R/W
SUB_DLY[1–0]
0
11
8
MODE
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
1
0
0
R/W
3
2
Reserved
0
9
FIRST_DLY[2–0]
1
RSV
1
1
R/W
Register Description
This register contains configuration information about the location (i.e., SDRAM bus or GP bus), width, operation
mode, and timing of the ROM devices that are attached to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller ROMCS1 signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–13
12
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DGP
Chip Select 1 Device SDRAM/GP Bus Select
This bit is used to configure the location of the ROM devices that are enabled by ROMCS1.
The ROM can be connected either to the SDRAM data bus or to the GP bus.
0 = ROM is on the GP bus.
1 = ROM is on the SDRAM data bus.
11–10
WIDTH[1–0]
Chip Select 1 Device Width Select
This bit field is used to configure the width of the ROM selected by ROMCS1.
00 = ROM is 8 bits wide.
01 = ROM is 16 bits wide.
10 = ROM is 32 bits wide.
11 = ROM is 32 bits wide.
9
MODE
Chip Select 1 Device Mode
This bit is used to configure the mode of the ROM selected by ROMCS1.
0 = ROM is non-page mode.
1 = ROM is page mode.
8– 6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5– 4
SUB_DLY[1–0]
Chip Select 1 Device Delay for Subsequent Accesses
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for all page-mode accesses to the
ROM that are subsequent to the first access. This bit field applies only if the MODE bit is 1.
00 = 0 wait states
01 = 1 wait state
10 = 2 wait states
11 = 3 wait states
3
9-4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Bit
Name
Function
2– 0
FIRST_DLY
[2–0]
Chip Select 1 Device Delay for First Access
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for the first access to the ROM, and
for subsequent accesses if the MODE bit is 0.
000 = 0 wait states
001 = 1 wait state
010 = 2 wait states
011 = 3 wait states
100 = 4 wait states
101 = 5 wait states
110 = 6 wait states
111 = 7 wait states
Programming Notes
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ROM/Flash Controller Registers
ROMCS2 Control (ROMCS2CTL)
15
14
0
0
12
DGP
0
0
RSV
R/W
7
6
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset 56h
0
R/W
5
4
1
RSV
1
R/W
10
WIDTH[1–0]
0
R/W
SUB_DLY[1–0]
0
11
8
MODE
Reserved
0
0
R/W
RSV
1
0
0
R/W
3
2
Reserved
0
9
FIRST_DLY[2–0]
1
RSV
1
1
R/W
Register Description
This register contains configuration information about the location (i.e., SDRAM bus or GP bus), width, operation
mode, and timing of the ROM devices that are attached to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller ROMCS2 signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–13
12
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DGP
Chip Select 2 Device SDRAM/GP Bus Select
This bit is used to configure the location of the ROM devices that are enabled by ROMCS2.
The ROM can be connected either to the SDRAM data bus or to the GP bus.
0 = ROM is on the GP bus.
1 = ROM is on the SDRAM data bus.
11–10
WIDTH[1–0]
Chip Select 2 Device Width Select
This bit field is used to configure the width of the ROM selected by ROMCS2.
00 = ROM is 8 bits wide.
01 = ROM is 16 bits wide.
10 = ROM is 32 bits wide.
11 = ROM is 32 bits wide.
9
MODE
Chip Select 2 Device Mode
This bit is used to configure the mode of the ROM selected by ROMCS2.
0 = ROM is non-page mode.
1 = ROM is page mode.
8– 6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5– 4
SUB_DLY[1–0]
Chip Select 2 Device Delay for Subsequent Accesses
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for all page-mode accesses to the
ROM that are subsequent to the first access. This bit field applies only if the MODE bit is 1.
00 = 0 wait states
01 = 1 wait state
10 = 2 wait states
11 = 3 wait states
3
9-6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Bit
Name
Function
2– 0
FIRST_DLY
[2–0]
Chip Select 2 Device Delay for First Access
This bit field is used to configure the number of wait states for the first access to the ROM, and
for subsequent accesses if the MODE bit is 0.
000 = 0 wait states
001 = 1 wait state
010 = 2 wait states
011 = 3 wait states
100 = 4 wait states
101 = 5 wait states
110 = 6 wait states
111 = 7 wait states
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
10
10.1
GENERAL-PURPOSE BUS
CONTROLLER REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the general-purpose (GP) bus registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The GP bus is used for glueless connection of 8- and 16-bit devices to the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller. To provide the glueless interface, the GP bus interface timing and data bus
width is programmable.
The GP bus register set consists of 12 memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR)
registers used to configure the GP bus timing and data bus width. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the GP bus.
Table 10-1 lists the GP bus registers in offset order, with the corresponding description’s
page number.
10.2
REGISTERS
Table 10-1
GP Bus MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
GP Echo Mode
GPECHO
C00h
page 10-2
GP Chip Select Data Width
GPCSDW
C01h
page 10-3
GP Chip Select Qualification
GPCSQUAL
C02h
page 10-5
GP Chip Select Recovery Time
GPCSRT
C08h
page 10-7
GP Chip Select Pulse Width
GPCSPW
C09h
page 10-8
GP Chip Select Offset
GPCSOFF
C0Ah
page 10-9
GP Read Pulse Width
GPRDW
C0Bh
page 10-10
GP Read Offset
GPRDOFF
C0Ch
page 10-11
GP Write Pulse Width
GPWRW
C0Dh
page 10-12
GP Write Offset
GPWROFF
C0Eh
page 10-13
GPALE Pulse Width
GPALEW
C0Fh
page 10-14
GPALE Offset
GPALEOFF
C10h
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GP Echo Mode (GPECHO)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C00h
5
4
3
2
1
0
GP_ECHO_
ENB
Reserved
Bit
0
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to enable the GP bus echo mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 1
Reserved
Reserved
This field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
GP_ECHO_
ENB
GP Bus Echo Mode Enable
This bit is used to enable the echo mode of GP bus.
0 = Echo mode is disabled.
0
1 = Echo mode is enabled. Accesses to the microcontroller’s integrated peripherals are
echoed to the external GP bus
Programming Notes
While echo mode is enabled, the access timing to internal peripherals is modified to adhere to the external timings
programmed by the user. This ensures that external peripherals connected to the GP bus still work as programmed
by the user. Thus it is possible that access to internal peripherals are slower in echo mode than in normal mode.
While echo mode is enabled, the system designer must ensure that the GP bus timing is not faster than that shown
in Table 10-2. The table shows the minimum GP bus timing register values allowed in echo mode. See the
corresponding register descriptions beginning on page 10-7.
:
Table 10-2
GP Bus Echo Mode Minimum Timing
Signal Type
Offset
Register Value1
Pulse Width Register
Value1
Recovery Time
Register Value1
GP Chip Select
1
3
1
GP Read
1
3
—
GP Write
1
3
—
GPALE
0
0
—
Notes:
1. The actual time value is the register value plus one. Times are in units of one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
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GP Chip Select Data Width (GPCSDW)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C01h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
GPCS7_
DW
GPCS6_
DW
GPCS5_
DW
GPCS4_
DW
GPCS3_
DW
GPCS2_
DW
GPCS1_
DW
GPCS0_
DW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to select the default data width for each of the eight GP bus chip selects.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
GPCS7_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS7
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 7 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
6
GPCS6_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS6
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 6 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
5
GPCS5_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS5
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 5 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
4
GPCS4_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS4
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 4 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
3
GPCS3_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS3
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 3 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
2
GPCS2_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS2
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 2 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
1
GPCS1_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS1
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 1 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
0
GPCS0_DW
Data Width Select for GPCS0
This bit is used to select the default data width for the GP bus chip select 0 signal.
0 = 8-bit data
1 = 16-bit data
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Programming Notes
The GPCSx_DW bits are ignored if the GPIOCS16 signal is asserted during an I/O access, or if the GPMEMCS16
signal is asserted during a memory access.
The GPIOCS16 signal is ignored if it is asserted during a memory access. Similarly, the GPMEMCS16 signal is
ignored if it is asserted during an I/O access.
Before using one of the GPCS7–GPCS0 signals, software must set the corresponding GPCSx_SEL bit in the CSPFS
register (see page 20-7).
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GP Chip Select Qualification (GPCSQUAL)
15
Bit
Reset
14
GPCS7_RW[1–0]
0
0
7
Reset
0
6
0
0
11
0
R/W
5
0
GPCS2_RW[1–0]
0
R/W
9
0
3
0
0
R/W
2
GPCS1_RW[1–0]
0
8
GPCS4_RW[1–0]
R/W
4
0
10
GPCS5_RW[1–0]
R/W
GPCS3_RW[1–0]
R/W
12
GPCS6_RW[1–0]
R/W
R/W
Bit
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C02h
1
0
GPCS0_RW[1–0]
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to qualify the GP bus chip selects with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or GPMEMWR. The
qualifiers that can be used depend on the TARGET bit field in the PARx register for the addressed region (see
page 2-6). If the TARGET bit field selects GP bus I/O, the GP bus chip selects can be qualified with GPIORD or
GPIOWR. If the TARGET bit field selects GP bus memory, the GP bus chip selects can be qualified with GPMEMRD
or GPMEMWR.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–14
Name
Function
GPCS7_RW
[1–0]
GPCS7 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 7 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
13–12
GPCS6_RW
[1–0]
GPCS6 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 6 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
11–10
GPCS5_RW
[1–0]
GPCS5 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 5 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
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Bit
Name
Function
9– 8
GPCS4_RW
[1–0]
GPCS4 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 4 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
7– 6
GPCS3_RW
[1–0]
GPCS3 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 3 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
5– 4
GPCS2_RW
[1–0]
GPCS2 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 2 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
3– 2
GPCS1_RW
[1–0]
GPCS1 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 1 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
1– 0
GPCS0_RW
[1–0]
GPCS0 Qualifier Selection
This field is used to qualify the GP bus chip select 0 with GPIORD, GPIOWR, GPMEMRD or
GPMEMWR.
00 = No qualification.
01 = Qualify the chip select with write strobes (GPIOWR or GPMEMWR)
10 = Qualify the chip select with read strobes (GPIORD or GPMEMRD)
11 = Qualify the chip select with both strobes (GPIORD and GPIOWR, or GPMEMRD and
GPMEMWR)
Programming Notes
When this register (GPCSQUAL) is used to qualify a GP bus chip select signal, the external timing relationship
between the qualifier and the chip select is not guaranteed. For example, deassertion of the chip select signal could
precede the qualifier’s deassertion on the external GP bus.
If a single qualifier type (only read or only write) is used to qualify a GP bus chip select signal, the corresponding
chip select is not asserted for accesses of the other type. For example, if the GPCS0_RW bit field is set to 01b to
qualify GP Chip Select 0 with write strobes only, GP Chip Select 0 is not asserted for read accesses.
Before using one of the GPCS7–GPCS1 signals, software must set the corresponding GPCSx_SEL bit in the CSPFS
register (see page 20-7). Before using the GPCS0 signal, software must set the PIO27_SEL bit in the PIOPFS31–
16 register (see page 20-5).
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GP Chip Select Recovery Time (GPCSRT)
7
6
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C08h
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GPCS_RECOVR[7–0]
Bit
0
Reset
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the chip select recovery time for all GP bus cycles.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GPCS_
RECOVR[7–0]
Chip Select Recovery Time
This field adjusts the recovery time for all the GP bus chip selects.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The recovery time used is (GPCS_RECOVR + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if
GPCS_RECOVR is 0, the recovery time is one clock period.
Programming Notes
Before using one of the GPCS7–GPCS1 signals, software must set the corresponding GPCSx_SEL bit in the CSPFS
register (see page 20-7). Before using the GPCS0 signal, software must set the PIO27_SEL bit in the PIOPFS31–
16 register (see page 20-5).
Figure 10-1 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
Figure 10-1
GP Bus Signal Timing Adjustment
GPA25–GPA0
Address Valid
GPCSx
GPCSOFF + 1
GPCSPW + 1
GPCSRT + 1
GPMEMRD or GPIORD
GPRDOFF + 1
GPRDW + 1
GPMEMWR or GPIOWR
GPWROFF + 1
GPWRW + 1
GPALE
GPALEOFF + 1
GPALEW + 1
Beginning of a Bus Cycle
Bus Cycle Duration
Notes:
1. Timing parameter values are in units of one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
2. Timing parameters in the diagram can be adjusted via the corresponding GP bus registers.
3. GPCSOFF + GPCSPW + GPCSRT must be greater than or equal to GPRDOFF + GPRDW,
GPWROFF + GPWRW, and GPALEOFF + GPALEW.
4. Very long GP bus cycles can cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10 µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2. In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must
limit the length of GP bus cycles.
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GP Chip Select Pulse Width (GPCSPW)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GPCS_WIDTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C09h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the pulse width for all the GP bus chip selects.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GPCS_WIDTH
[7–0]
Signal Width for the GP Bus Chip Selects
This field adjusts the signal pulse width (time) of all the GP bus chip selects.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The width used is (GPCS_WIDTH + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GPCS_WIDTH is 0, the
pulse is one clock period wide.
Programming Notes
Before using one of the GPCS7–GPCS1 signals, software must set the corresponding GPCSx_SEL bit in the CSPFS
register (see page 20-7). Before using the GPCS0 signal, software must set the PIO27_SEL bit in the PIOPFS31–
16 register (see page 20-5).
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GP Chip Select Offset (GPCSOFF)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GPCS_OFF[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Ah
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the offset time from the beginning of a GP bus cycle for all the GP bus chip selects.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GPCS_OFF
[7–0]
Offset Time for the GP Bus Chip Select
This field adjusts the offset time of all the GP bus chip selects.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The offset time used is (GPCS_OFF + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GPCS_OFF is 0, the
offset time is one clock period.
Programming Notes
Before using one of the GPCS7–GPCS1 signals, software must set the corresponding GPCSx_SEL bit in the CSPFS
register (see page 20-7). Before using the GPCS0 signal, software must set the PIO27_SEL bit in the PIOPFS31–
16 register (see page 20-5).
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GP Read Pulse Width (GPRDW)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Bh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_RD_WIDTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the signal width for the read strobes (GPIORD and GPMEMRD).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_RD_
WIDTH[7–0]
Signal Width for GPIORD and GPMEMRD
This field adjusts the signal pulse width (time) of the GP bus read strobes.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The width used is (GP_RD_WIDTH + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_RD_WIDTH is 0,
the pulse is one clock period wide.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GP Read Offset (GPRDOFF)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Ch
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_RD_OFF[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the offset time from beginning of a GP bus cycle for GPIORD and GPMEMRD.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_RD_OFF
[7–0]
Offset Time for GPIORD and GPMEMRD
This field adjusts the offset time of the GP bus read strobes.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The offset time used is (GP_RD_OFF + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_RD_OFF is 0, the
offset time is one clock period.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GP Write Pulse Width (GPWRW)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Dh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_WR_WIDTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the pulse width for the write strobes (GPIOWR and GPMEMWR).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_WR_
WIDTH[7–0]
Signal Width for (GPIOWR and GPMEMWR)
This field adjusts the signal pulse width (time) of the GP bus write strobes.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The width used is (GP_WR_WIDTH + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_WR_WIDTH is 0,
the pulse is one clock period wide.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GP Write Offset (GPWROFF)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Eh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_WR_OFF[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the offset from beginning of a GP bus cycle for GPIOWR and GPMEMWR.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_WR_OFF
[7–0]
Offset Time for GPIOWR and GPMEMWR
This field adjusts the offset time of the GP bus write strobes.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The offset time used is (GP_WR_OFF + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_WR_OFF is 0,
the offset time is one clock period.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GPALE Pulse Width (GPALEW)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C0Fh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_ALE_WIDTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the signal width for GPALE.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_ALE_
WIDTH[7–0]
Signal Width for GPALE
This field adjusts the signal pulse width (time) of the GPALE signal.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The width used is (GP_ALE_WIDTH + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_ALE_WIDTH is 0,
the pulse is one clock period wide.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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GPALE Offset (GPALEOFF)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C10h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
GP_ALE_OFF[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to program the offset from the beginning of a GP bus cycle for GPALE.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
GP_ALE_OFF
[7–0]
Offset Time for GPALE
This field adjusts the offset time of the GPALE signal.
The resolution of this parameter is one internal (33-MHz) clock period.
The offset time used is (GP_ALE_OFF + 1) internal clock periods; i.e., if GP_ALE_OFF is 0,
the offset time is one clock period.
Programming Notes
Figure 10-1 on page 10-7 shows the relationships between the various adjustable GP bus timing parameters.
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CHAPTER
11
11.1
GP DMA CONTROLLER
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the general-purpose bus direct-memory access (GP bus DMA)
registers of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s GP DMA controller consists of two cascaded DMA
controller devices that provide a total of seven independent channels. Channels 0–3 are
on the slave controller device, and Channels 5–7 are on the master controller device.
(Channel 4 is used for cascading the two devices.)
The GP bus DMA register set includes two groups of registers:
■ 35 memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers are used to specify the
extended page address and the operation of each channel in the enhanced mode.
■ 52 direct-mapped I/O registers are used to configure the operation of each DMA
controller device (master and slave) within the DMA controller, and to set up the memory
address and transfer count for each channel.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the
GP bus DMA controller.
Table 11-1 and Table 11-2 list each type of GP bus DMA register in offset order, with the
corresponding description’s page number.
11.2
REGISTERS
Table 11-1
GP-DMA MMCR Registers
Page
MMCR Offset Number
Register Name
Mnemonic
GP-DMA Control
GPDMACTL
D80h
page 11-4
GP-DMA Memory-Mapped I/O
GPDMAMMIO
D81h
page 11-5
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map A
GPDMAEXTCHMAPA
D82h
page 11-6
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map B
GPDMAEXTCHMAPB
D84h
page 11-8
GP-DMA Channel 0 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG0
D86h
page 11-10
GP-DMA Channel 1 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG1
D87h
page 11-11
GP-DMA Channel 2 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG2
D88h
page 11-12
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG3
D89h
page 11-13
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG5
D8Ah
page 11-14
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG6
D8Bh
page 11-15
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Page
GPDMAEXTPG7
D8Ch
page 11-16
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Transfer
Count
GPDMAEXTTC3
D90h
page 11-17
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Transfer
Count
GPDMAEXTTC5
D91h
page 11-18
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Table 11-1
Table 11-2
11-2
GP-DMA MMCR Registers (Continued)
Page
MMCR Offset Number
Register Name
Mnemonic
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Transfer
Count
GPDMAEXTTC6
D92h
page 11-19
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Transfer
Count
GPDMAEXTTC7
D93h
page 11-20
Buffer Chaining Control
GPDMABCCTL
D98h
page 11-21
Buffer Chaining Status
GPDMABCSTA
D99h
page 11-22
Buffer Chaining Interrupt Enable
GPDMABSINTENB
D9Ah
page 11-24
Buffer Chaining Valid
GPDMABCVAL
D9Bh
page 11-25
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL3
DA0h
page 11-26
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH3
DA2h
page 11-27
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL5
DA4h
page 11-28
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH5
DA6h
page 11-29
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL6
DA8h
page 11-30
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH6
DAAh
page 11-31
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address Low
GPDMANXTADDL7
DACh
page 11-32
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address High
GPDMANXTADDH7
DAEh
page 11-33
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count Low GPDMANXTTCL3
DB0h
page 11-34
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count High GPDMANXTTCH3
DB2h
page 11-35
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count Low GPDMANXTTCL5
DB4h
page 11-36
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count High GPDMANXTTCH5
DB6h
page 11-37
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count Low GPDMANXTTCL6
DB8h
page 11-38
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count High GPDMANXTTCH6
DBAh
page 11-39
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count Low GPDMANXTTCL7
DBCh
page 11-40
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count High GPDMANXTTCH7
DBEh
page 11-41
GP-DMA Direct-Mapped Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Slave DMA Channel 0 Memory Address
GPDMA0MAR
0000h
page 11-42
Slave DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count
GPDMA0TC
0001h
page 11-43
Slave DMA Channel 1 Memory Address
GPDMA1MAR
0002h
page 11-44
Slave DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count
GPDMA1TC
0003h
page 11-45
Slave DMA Channel 2 Memory Address
GPDMA2MAR
0004h
page 11-46
Slave DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count
GPDMA2TC
0005h
page 11-47
Slave DMA Channel 3 Memory Address
GPDMA3MAR
0006h
page 11-48
Slave DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count
GPDMA3TC
0007h
page 11-49
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Status
SLDMASTA
0008h
page 11-50
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Control
SLDMACTL
0008h
page 11-51
Slave Software DRQ(n) Request
SLDMASWREQ
0009h
page 11-53
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mask
SLDMAMSK
000Ah
page 11-54
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mode
SLDMAMODE
000Bh
page 11-55
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer
SLDMACBP
000Ch
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GP-DMA Direct-Mapped Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Slave DMA Controller Reset
SLDMARST
000Dh
page 11-58
Slave DMA Controller Temporary
SLDMATMP
000Dh
page 11-59
Slave DMA Mask Reset
SLDMAMSKRST
000Eh
page 11-60
Slave DMA General Mask
SLDMAGENMSK
000Fh
page 11-61
General 0
GPDMAGR0
0080h
page 11-62
Slave DMA Channel 2 Page
GPDMA2PG
0081h
page 11-63
Slave DMA Channel 3 Page
GPDMA3PG
0082h
page 11-64
Slave DMA Channel 1 Page
GPDMA1PG
0083h
page 11-65
General 1
GPDMAGR1
0084h
page 11-66
General 2
GPDMAGR2
0085h
page 11-67
General 3
GPDMAGR3
0086h
page 11-68
Slave DMA Channel 0 Page
GPDMA0PG
0087h
page 11-69
General 4
GPDMAGR4
0088h
page 11-70
Master DMA Channel 6 Page
GPDMA6PG
0089h
page 11-71
Master DMA Channel 7 Page
GPDMA7PG
008Ah
page 11-72
Master DMA Channel 5 Page
GPDMA5PG
008Bh
page 11-73
General 5
GPDMAGR5
008Ch
page 11-74
General 6
GPDMAGR6
008Dh
page 11-75
General 7
GPDMAGR7
008Eh
page 11-76
General 8
GPDMAGR8
008Fh
page 11-77
Master DMA Channel 4 Memory Address GPDMA4MAR
00C0h
page 11-78
Master DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count
00C2h
page 11-79
Master DMA Channel 5 Memory Address GPDMA5MAR
00C4h
page 11-80
Master DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count
00C6h
page 11-81
Master DMA Channel 6 Memory Address GPDMA6MAR
00C8h
page 11-82
Master DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count
00CAh
page 11-83
Master DMA Channel 7 Memory Address GPDMA7MAR
00CCh
page 11-84
Master DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count
GPDMA7TC
00CEh
page 11-85
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Status
MSTDMASTA
00D0h
page 11-86
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Control
MSTDMACTL
00D0h
page 11-87
Master Software DRQ(n) Request
MSTDMASWREQ
00D2h
page 11-89
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mask
MSTDMAMSK
00D4h
page 11-90
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mode
MSTDMAMODE
00D6h
page 11-91
Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer
MSTDMACBP
00D8h
page 11-93
Master DMA Controller Reset
MSTDMARST
00DAh
page 11-94
Master DMA Controller Temporary
MSTDMATMP
00DAh
page 11-95
Master DMA Mask Reset
MSTDMAMSKRST
00DCh
page 11-96
Master DMA General Mask
MSTDMAGENMSK
00DEh
page 11-97
GPDMA4TC
GPDMA5TC
GPDMA6TC
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GP-DMA Control (GPDMACTL)
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D80h
7
6
5
4
CH7_ALT_
SIZE
CH6_ALT_
SIZE
CH5_ALT_
SIZE
CH3_ALT_
SIZE
Reset
R/W
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
3
2
CLK_MODE
0
0
R/W
1
0
Reserved
ENH_
MODE_
ENB
0
0
RSV
R/W
Register Description
This register provides control for the enhanced mode and selects the clock frequency.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
CH7_ALT_SIZE
Alternate Size for Channel 7
0 = Channel 7 is 16 bits wide.
1 = Channel 7 is 8 bits wide.
This bit field is ignored if the ENH_MODE_ENB bit is 0.
6
CH6_ALT_SIZE
Alternate Size for Channel 6
0 = Channel 6 is 16 bits wide.
1 = Channel 6 is 8 bits wide.
This bit field is ignored if the ENH_MODE_ENB bit is 0.
5
CH5_ALT_SIZE
Alternate Size for Channel 5
0 = Channel 5 is 16 bits wide.
1 = Channel 5 is 8 bits wide.
This bit field is ignored if the ENH_MODE_ENB bit is 0.
4
CH3_ALT_SIZE
Alternate Size for Channel 3
0 = Channel 3 is 8 bits wide.
1 = Channel 3 is 16 bits wide.
This bit field is ignored if the ENH_MODE_ENB bit is 0.
Note that the Channel 3 default size differs from the Channel 5–7 default size.
Do not set the CH3_ALT_SIZE bit if an internal UART is mapped to Channel 3 via the
GPDMAEXTCHMAPB register (see page 11-8).
3–2
CLK_MODE
Clock Mode
00 = Operate the GP bus DMA controller at 4 Mhz.
01 = Operate the GP bus DMA controller at 8 Mhz.
10 = Operate the GP bus DMA controller at 16 Mhz.
11 = Reserved.
The frequencies shown here are nominal. The exact GP bus DMA frequency is derived by
dividing the microcontroller’s 33-MHz crystal input, which can be 33.000 or 33.333 MHz.
1
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
0
ENH_MODE_
ENB
Enhanced Mode Enable
0 = Disable enhanced GP-DMA mode (use normal GP-DMA mode).
1 = Enable enhanced GP-DMA mode.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Memory-Mapped I/O (GPDMAMMIO)
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D81h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
DMA7_
MMAP
DMA6_
MMAP
DMA5_
MMAP
Reserved
DMA3_
MMAP
DMA2_
MMAP
DMA1_
MMAP
DMA0_
MMAP
Reset
R/W
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
RSV
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the selection of an I/O device (enabled by the GPIORD and GPIOWR signals) or a memorymapped I/O device (enabled by the GPMEMRD or GPMEMWR signals) for each channel.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
DMA7_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 7
0 = DMA Channel 7 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 7 connects to a memory-mapped device.
6
DMA6_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 6
0 = DMA Channel 6 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 6 connects to a memory-mapped device.
5
DMA5_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 5
0 = DMA Channel 5 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 5 connects to a memory-mapped device.
4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3
DMA3_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 3
0 = DMA Channel 3 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 3 connects to a memory-mapped device.
2
DMA2_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 2
0 = DMA Channel 2 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 2 connects to a memory-mapped device.
1
DMA1_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 1
0 = DMA Channel 1 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 1 connects to a memory-mapped device.
0
DMA0_MMAP
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel 0
0 = DMA Channel 0 connects to a direct-mapped I/O device.
1 = DMA Channel 0 connects to a memory-mapped device.
Programming Notes
A bit field in this register (GPDMAMMIO) is ignored if the corresponding channel is mapped to an internal UART via
the GPDMAEXTCHMAPB register (see page 11-8).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map A (GPDMAEXTCHMAPA)
15
1
1
12
11
1
10
7
6
1
1
1
5
1
1
4
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
GPDRQ0_CHSEL[3–0]
1
1
1
R/W
R/W
1
R/W
Register Description
This register indicates the channel mapping for the GPDRQ3–GPDRQ0 and GPDACK3–GPDACK0 pins.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
Name
Function
GPDRQ3_
CHSEL[3–0]
GPDRQ3 Channel Mapping
Map the GPDRQ3 and GPDACK3 pins to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
0101 = Channel 5
0110 = Channel 6
0111 = Channel 7
All other values are treated as unconnected.
11–8
GPDRQ2_
CHSEL[3–0]
GPDRQ2 Channel Mapping
Map the GPDRQ2 and GPDACK2 pins to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
0101 = Channel 5
0110 = Channel 6
0111 = Channel 7
All other values are treated as unconnected.
11-6
8
R/W
GPDRQ1_CHSEL[3–0]
Bit
9
GPDRQ2_CHSEL[3–0]
R/W
R/W
Reset
13
GPDRQ3_CHSEL[3–0]
Bit
Reset
14
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D82h
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Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
GPDRQ1_
CHSEL[3–0]
GPDRQ1 Channel Mapping
Map the GPDRQ1 and GPDACK1 pins to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
0101 = Channel 5
0110 = Channel 6
0111 = Channel 7
All other values are treated as unconnected.
3– 0
GPDRQ0_
CHSEL[3–0]
GPDRQ0 Channel Mapping
Map the GPDRQ0 and GPDACK0 pins to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
0101 = Channel 5
0110 = Channel 6
0111 = Channel 7
All other values are treated as unconnected.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map B (GPDMAEXTCHMAPB)
15
1
1
12
11
1
10
7
6
1
1
1
5
1
1
4
3
1
2
1
1
1
0
RXDRQ1_CHSEL[3–0]
1
1
1
R/W
R/W
8
R/W
RXDRQ2_CHSEL[3–0]
Bit
9
TXDRQ1_CHSEL[3–0]
R/W
R/W
Reset
13
TXDRQ2_CHSEL[3–0]
Bit
Reset
14
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D84h
1
1
R/W
Register Description
This register indicates the channel mapping for the internal serial port request signals: txdrq2–txdrq1 and rxdrq2–
rxdrq1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
Name
Function
TXDRQ2_
CHSEL[3–0]
TXDRQ2 Channel Mapping
Map the txdrq2 and txdack2 internal signals to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
All other values are treated as unconnected.
11–8
TXDRQ1_
CHSEL[3–0]
TXDRQ1 Channel Mapping
Map the txdrq1 and txdack1 internal signals to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
All other values are treated as unconnected.
7–4
RXDRQ2_
CHSEL[3–0]
RXDRQ2 Channel Mapping
Map rxdrq2 and rxdack2 internal signals to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
All other values are treated as unconnected.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
3– 0
RXDRQ1_
CHSEL[3–0]
RXDRQ1 Channel Mapping
Map the rxdrq1 and rxdack1 internal signals to a GP-DMA channel:
0000 = Channel 0
0001 = Channel 1
0010 = Channel 2
0011 = Channel 3
All other values are treated as unconnected.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 0 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG0)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA0ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D86h
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA0ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 0 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 0.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
The Channel 0 extended page address bit field (DMA0ADR[27–24]) does not increment or decrement during DMA
because this channel does not support enhanced mode.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 1 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG1)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA1ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D87h
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA1ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 1 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 1.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
The Channel 1 extended page address bit field (DMA1ADR[27–24]) does not increment or decrement during DMA
because this channel does not support enhanced mode.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 2 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG2)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA2ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D88h
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 2.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA2ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 2 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 2.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
The Channel 2 extended page address bit field (DMA2ADR[27–24]) does not increment or decrement during DMA
because this channel does not support enhanced mode.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG3)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA3ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D89h
0
0
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA3ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 3 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 3.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
In enhanced mode, the Channel 3 extended page address bit field (DMA3ADR[27–24]) increments or decrements
if the memory address crosses the 16-Mbyte boundary. In normal mode, these bits remain constant during the DMA
transfer.
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG5)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA5ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D8Ah
0
0
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 5.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA5ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 5 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 5.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
In enhanced mode, the Channel 5 extended page address bit field (DMA5ADR[27–24]) increments or decrements
if the memory address crosses the 16-Mbyte boundary. In normal mode, these bits remain constant during the DMA
transfer.
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG6)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA6ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D8Bh
0
0
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 6.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA6ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 6 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 6.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
In enhanced mode, the Channel 6 extended page address bit field (DMA6ADR[27–24]) increments or decrements
if the memory address crosses the 16-Mbyte boundary. In normal mode, these bits remain constant during the DMA
transfer.
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Page (GPDMAEXTPG7)
7
6
4
3
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
DMA7ADR[27–24]
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D8Ch
0
0
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the extended page address for Channel 7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3–0
DMA7ADR
[27–24]
DMA Channel 7 Extended Page Address
This bit field specifies the highest four memory address bits (A27–A24) for Channel 7.
Programming Notes
The extended page address is used in conjunction with the memory address and the page address registers for the
associated channel to make up a 28-bit address (A27–A0).
In enhanced mode, the Channel 7 extended page address bit field (DMA7ADR[27–24]) increments or decrements
if the memory address crosses the 16-Mbyte boundary. In normal mode, these bits remain constant during the DMA
transfer.
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC3) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D90h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA3TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides extended transfer count bits for Channel 3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA3TC
[23–16]
DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count Extension
This bit field provides the higher 8 bits of the transfer count for DMA Channel 3.
In enhanced mode, this bit field is used with the DMA3TC[15–0] bit field in the GPDMA3TC
register (see page 11-49) to allow counts up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In normal mode, the value of this bit field (DMA3TC[23–16]) is ignored.
Programming Notes
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 5 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC5) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D91h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA5TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended transfer count bits for Channel 5.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA5TC
[23–16]
DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count Extension
This bit field provides the higher 8 bits of the transfer count for DMA Channel 5.
In enhanced mode, this bit field is used with the DMA5TC[15–0] bit field in the GPDMA5TC
register (see page 11-81) to allow counts up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In normal mode, the value of this bit field (DMA5TC[23–16]) is ignored.
Programming Notes
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP-DMA Channel 6 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC6) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D92h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA6TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended transfer count bits for Channel 6.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA6TC
[23–16]
DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count Extension
This bit field provides the higher 8 bits of the transfer count for DMA Channel 6.
In enhanced mode, this bit field is used with the DMA6TC[15–0] bit field in the GPDMA6TC
register (see page 11-83) to allow counts up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In normal mode, the value of this bit field (DMA6TC[23–16]) is ignored.
Programming Notes
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 7 Extended Transfer Count (GPDMAEXTTC7) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D93h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA7TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the extended transfer count bits for Channel 7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA7TC
[23–16]
DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count Extension
This bit field provides the higher 8 bits of the transfer count for DMA Channel 7.
In enhanced mode, this bit field is used with the DMA7TC[15–0] bit field in the GPDMA7TC
register (see page 11-85) to allow counts up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In normal mode, the value of this bit field (DMA7TC[23–16]) is ignored.
Programming Notes
Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Buffer Chaining Control (GPDMABCCTL)
7
6
4
0
0
3
0
0
RSV
R/W
2
1
0
CH7_
CH6_
CH5_
CH3_
BCHN_ENB BCHN_ENB BCHN_ENB BCHN_ENB
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D98h
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the buffer chaining feature in enhanced mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CH7_BCHN_
ENB
Buffer Chaining Enable for Channel 7
This bit enables buffer chaining via the Channel 7 Next Address and Channel 7 Next Transfer
Count registers. See the register descriptions beginning on page 11-32 and page 11-40.
When this bit is set, the CH7_CBUF_VAL bit in the in the GPDMABCVAL register becomes
effective (see page 11-25).
0 = Disable buffer chaining.
3
1 = Enable buffer chaining (enhanced mode only).
2
CH6_BCHN_
ENB
Buffer Chaining Enable for Channel 6
This bit enables buffer chaining via the Channel 6 Next Address and Channel 6 Next Transfer
Count registers. See the register descriptions beginning on page 11-30 and page 11-38.
When this bit is set, the CH6_CBUF_VAL bit in the in the GPDMABCVAL register becomes
effective (see page 11-25).
0 = Disable buffer chaining.
1 = Enable buffer chaining (enhanced mode only).
1
CH5_BCHN_
ENB
Buffer Chaining Enable for Channel 5
This bit enables buffer chaining via the Channel 5 Next Address and Channel 5 Next Transfer
Count registers. See the register descriptions beginning on page 11-28 and page 11-36.
When this bit is set, the CH5_CBUF_VAL bit in the in the GPDMABCVAL register becomes
effective (see page 11-25).
0 = Disable buffer chaining.
1 = Enable buffer chaining (enhanced mode only).
0
CH3_BCHN_
ENB
Buffer Chaining Enable for Channel 3
This bit enables buffer chaining via the Channel 3 Next Address and Channel 3 Next Transfer
Count registers. See the register descriptions beginning on page 11-26 and page 11-34.
When this bit is set, the CH3_CBUF_VAL bit in the in the GPDMABCVAL register becomes
effective (see page 11-25).
0 = Disable buffer chaining.
1 = Enable buffer chaining (enhanced mode only).
Programming Notes
This register is ignored unless enhanced mode is enabled. Enhanced mode is enabled by setting the
ENH_MODE_ENB bit in the GPDMACTL register (see page 11-4).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Buffer Chaining Status (GPDMABCSTA)
7
6
4
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
3
2
1
0
CH7_EOB_ CH6_EOB_ CH5_EOB_ CH3_EOB_
STA
STA
STA
STA
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D99h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the status of channels 3, 5, 6, and 7 when buffer chaining is enabled.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CH7_EOB_
STA
End of Current Buffer in Channel 7
This bit is set by the GP bus DMA controller when the current buffer transfer is completed.
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
3
1= The current buffer transfer is completed. In addition, an interrupt is generated if bit
CH7_INT_ENB is 1 in the GPDMABSINTENB register (see page 11-24).
Software should write a 1 to this bit (CH7_EOB_STA) to acknowledge the transfer completion
and clear the interrupt condition. This acknowledgment is usually done in the interrupt
handling routine if the interrupt is enabled.
Writing 0 to this bit has no effect. If this bit is 0, writing a 1 to it has no effect.
This bit’s value (when read) is meaningful only if buffer chaining is enabled.
2
CH6_EOB_
STA
End of Current Buffer in Channel 6
This bit is set by the GP bus DMA controller when the current buffer transfer is completed.
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
1= The current buffer transfer is completed. In addition, an interrupt is generated if bit
CH6_INT_ENB is 1 in the GPDMABSINTENB register (see page 11-24).
Software should write a 1 to this bit (CH6_EOB_STA) to acknowledge the transfer completion
and clear the interrupt condition. This acknowledgment is usually done in the interrupt
handling routine if the interrupt is enabled.
Writing 0 to this bit has no effect. If this bit is 0, writing a 1 to it has no effect.
This bit’s value (when read) is meaningful only if buffer chaining is enabled.
1
CH5_EOB_
STA
End of Current Buffer in Channel 5
This bit is set by the GP bus DMA controller when the current buffer transfer is completed.
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
1= The current buffer transfer is completed. In addition, an interrupt is generated if bit
CH5_INT_ENB is 1 in the GPDMABSINTENB register (see page 11-24).
Software should write a 1 to this bit (CH5_EOB_STA) to acknowledge the transfer completion
and clear the interrupt condition. This acknowledgment is usually done in the interrupt
handling routine if the interrupt is enabled.
Writing 0 to this bit has no effect. If this bit is 0, writing a 1 to it has no effect.
This bit’s value (when read) is meaningful only if buffer chaining is enabled.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
CH3_EOB_
STA
End of Current Buffer in Channel 3
This bit is set by the GP bus DMA controller when the current buffer transfer is completed.
0 = The event has not occurred, or software cleared this bit by writing a 1.
1= The current buffer transfer is completed. In addition, an interrupt is generated if bit
CH3_INT_ENB is 1 in the GPDMABSINTENB register (see page 11-24).
Software should write a 1 to this bit (CH3_EOB_STA) to acknowledge the transfer completion
and clear the interrupt condition. This acknowledgment is usually done in the interrupt
handling routine if the interrupt is enabled.
Writing 0 to this bit has no effect. If this bit is 0, writing a 1 to it has no effect.
This bit’s value (when read) is meaningful only if buffer chaining is enabled.
Programming Notes
The interrupt output is shared between the four channels 3, 5, 6, and 7. If more than one interrupt is asserted and
software acknowledges one of the interrupts (by setting the corresponding CHx_EOB_STA bit), any other pending
interrupts remain asserted. Software has the option of acknowledging all pending CHx_EOB_STA bits and handling
all of the interrupts.
Buffer chaining is enabled separately for each channel in the GPDMABCCTL register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Buffer Chaining Interrupt Enable (GPDMABSINTENB)
7
6
4
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D9Ah
3
2
1
0
CH7_INT_
ENB
CH6_INT_
ENB
CH5_INT_
ENB
CH3_INT_
ENB
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides the interrupt enable bits for the buffer chaining interrupts. An interrupt is generated when the
GP bus DMA controller completes the transfer that is in progress. Software can use this interrupt to queue up a
subsequent transfer.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3
CH7_INT_
ENB
Interrupt Enable for Channel 7
This bit is applicable only if the Buffer Chaining feature is enabled for this channel.
0 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is disabled.
1 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is enabled.
2
CH6_INT_
ENB
Interrupt Enable for Channel 6
This bit is applicable only if the Buffer Chaining feature is enabled for this channel.
0 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is disabled.
1 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is enabled.
1
CH5_INT_
ENB
Interrupt Enable for Channel 5
This bit is applicable only if the Buffer Chaining feature is enabled for this channel.
0 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is disabled.
1 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is enabled.
0
CH3_INT_
ENB
Interrupt Enable for Channel 3
This bit is applicable only if the Buffer Chaining feature is enabled for this channel.
0 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is disabled.
1 = End-of-buffer interrupt for this channel is enabled.
Programming Notes
Before buffer chaining interrupts are enabled, the DMABCINTMAP register (see page 12-21) must be configured to
route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
Buffer chaining is enabled separately for each channel in the GPDMABCCTL register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Buffer Chaining Valid (GPDMABCVAL)
7
6
4
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
3
2
1
0
CH7_
CH6_
CH5_
CH3_
CBUF_VAL CBUF_VAL CBUF_VAL CBUF_VAL
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D9Bh
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register provides the operating interface with the buffer chaining feature.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CH7_CBUF_
VAL
Chaining Buffer Valid for Channel 7
0 = The channel’s Next Address registers and Next Transfer Count registers are not valid.
Only hardware can clear this bit. Writing a 0 has no effect.
3
1 = Software sets this bit to indicate that the values of the channel’s Next Address registers
and Next Transfer Count registers are valid.
2
CH6_CBUF_
VAL
Chaining Buffer Valid for Channel 6
0 = The channel’s Next Address registers and Next Transfer Count registers are not valid.
Only hardware can clear this bit. Writing a 0 has no effect.
1 = Software sets this bit to indicate that the values of the channel’s Next Address registers
and Next Transfer Count registers are valid.
1
CH5_CBUF_
VAL
Chaining Buffer Valid for Channel 5
0 = The channel’s Next Address registers and Next Transfer Count registers are not valid.
Only hardware can clear this bit. Writing a 0 has no effect.
1 = Software sets this bit to indicate that the values of the channel’s Next Address registers
and Next Transfer Count registers are valid.
0
CH3_CBUF_
VAL
Chaining Buffer Valid for Channel 3
0 = The channel’s Next Address registers and Next Transfer Count registers are not valid.
Only hardware can clear this bit. Writing a 0 has no effect.
1 = Software sets this bit to indicate that the values of the channel’s Next Address registers
and Next Transfer Count registers are valid.
Programming Notes
A channel’s CHx_CBUF_VAL bit is ignored if buffer chaining is not enabled for the channel. Buffer chaining is enabled
separately for each channel in the GPDMABCCTL register (see page 11-21).
If buffer chaining is enabled for a channel, and if the channel’s CHx_CBUF_VAL bit is set when the end of the buffer
is reached (i.e., when the channel’s Transfer Count register reaches 0), then the channel’s Memory Address and
Transfer Count registers are loaded with the values in the channel’s Next Address and Next Count registers,
respectively. Then the channel’s CHx_CBUF_VAL bit is cleared by the GP bus DMA controller. An interrupt is also
generated if the CHx_INT_ENB bit is set in the GPDMABSINTENB register (see page 11-24).
If buffer chaining is enabled and software has not set the channel’s CHx_CBUF_VAL bit before the end of the buffer
is reached, then the GPTC signal is asserted.
Note that software can only set the CHx_CBUF_VAL bit to indicate to the hardware that the Next Address and
Transfer Count registers contain valid information. The CHx_CBUF_VAL bit can be cleared only by hardware.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL3)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA3_NXT_ADR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA3_NXT_ADR[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DA0h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory address for Channel 3 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA3_NXT_
ADR[15–0]
DMA Channel 3 Next Address Low
This bit field provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory buffer to be used by Channel 3
in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
Bit 0 of this register (GPDMANXTADDL3) is ignored for 16-bit mode transfers, so the buffer address used is always
even in 16-bit mode. Software should ensure that 16-bit mode buffers always begin on an even word boundary.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH3) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DA2h
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
6
9
8
DMA3_NXT_ADR[27–24]
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
5
4
3
DMA3_NXT_ADR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory address for Channel 3 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
11–0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA3_NXT_
ADR[27–16]
DMA Channel 3 Next Address High
This bit field provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory buffer to be used by
Channel 3 in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL5)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA5_NXT_ADR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA5_NXT_ADR[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DA4h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory address for Channel 5 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA5_NXT_
ADR[15–0]
DMA Channel 5 Next Address Low
This bit field provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory buffer to be used by Channel 5
in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
Bit 0 of this register (GPDMANXTADDL5) is ignored for 16-bit mode transfers, so the buffer address used is always
even in 16-bit mode. Software should ensure that 16-bit mode buffers always begin on an even word boundary.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH5) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DA6h
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
6
9
8
DMA5_NXT_ADR[27–24]
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
5
4
3
DMA5_NXT_ADR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory address for Channel 5 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
11–0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA5_NXT_
ADR[27–16]
DMA Channel 5 Next Address High
This bit field provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory buffer to be used by
Channel 5 in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL6)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA6_NXT_ADR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA6_NXT_ADR[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DA8h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory address for Channel 6 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA6_NXT_
ADR[15–0]
DMA Channel 6 Next Address Low
This bit field provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory buffer to be used by Channel 6
in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
Bit 0 of this register (GPDMANXTADDL6) is ignored for 16-bit mode transfers, so the buffer address used is always
even in 16-bit mode. Software should ensure that 16-bit mode buffers always begin on an even word boundary.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH6) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DAAh
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
6
9
8
DMA6_NXT_ADR[27–24]
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
5
4
3
DMA6_NXT_ADR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory address for Channel 6 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
11–0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA6_NXT_
ADR[27–16]
DMA Channel 6 Next Address High
This bit field provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory buffer to be used by
Channel 6 in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address Low (GPDMANXTADDL7)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA7_NXT_ADR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA7_NXT_ADR[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DACh
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory address for Channel 7 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA7_NXT_
ADR[15–0]
DMA Channel 7 Next Address Low
This bit field provides address bits A15–A0 of the next memory buffer to be used by Channel 7
in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
Bit 0 of this register (GPDMANXTADDL7) is ignored for 16-bit mode transfers, so the buffer address used is always
even in 16-bit mode. Software should ensure that 16-bit mode buffers always begin on an even word boundary.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Address High (GPDMANXTADDH7) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DAEh
15
14
0
0
11
10
7
6
9
8
DMA7_NXT_ADR[27–24]
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
5
4
3
DMA7_NXT_ADR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
13
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory address for Channel 7 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–12
11–0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA7_NXT_
ADR[27–16]
DMA Channel 7 Next Address High
This bit field provides address bits A27–A16 of the next memory buffer to be used by
Channel 7 in the buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL3) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DB0h
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA3_NXT_TC[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA3_NXT_TC[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count for Channel 3 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA3_NXT_
TC[15–0]
DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count Low
This bit field provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 3 in the buffer
chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH3) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DB2h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA3_NXT_TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count for Channel 3 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA3_NXT_
TC[23–16]
DMA Channel 3 Next Transfer Count High
This bit field provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 3 in the
buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL5) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DB4h
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA5_NXT_TC[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA5_NXT_TC[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count for Channel 5 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA5_NXT_
TC[15–0]
DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count Low
This bit field provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 5 in the buffer
chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP-DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH5) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DB6h
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA5_NXT_TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count for Channel 5 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA5_NXT_
TC[23–16]
DMA Channel 5 Next Transfer Count High
This bit field provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 5 in the
buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL6) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DB8h
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA6_NXT_TC[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA6_NXT_TC[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count for Channel 6 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA6_NXT_
TC[15–0]
DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count Low
This bit field provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 6 in the buffer
chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP-DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH6) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DBAh
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA6_NXT_TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count for Channel 6 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA6_NXT_
TC[23–16]
DMA Channel 6 Next Transfer Count High
This bit field provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 6 in the
buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count Low (GPDMANXTTCL7) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DBCh
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
DMA7_NXT_TC[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
DMA7_NXT_TC[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count for Channel 7 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
DMA7_NXT_
TC[15–0]
DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count Low
This bit field provides bits 15–0 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 7 in the buffer
chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP-DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count High (GPDMANXTTCH7) Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset DBEh
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA7_NXT_TC[23–16]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count for Channel 7 in buffer chaining mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA7_NXT_
TC[23–16]
DMA Channel 7 Next Transfer Count High
This bit field provides bits 23–16 of the next transfer count to be used by Channel 7 in the
buffer chaining mode.
Programming Notes
The value of this register is ignored if buffer chaining mode is not enabled for this channel in the GPDMABCCTL
register (see page 11-21).
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 0 Memory Address (GPDMA0MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA0MAR[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0000h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the memory address for Channel 0 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA0MAR
[15–0]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 0 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA0MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA0MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA0PG register (see page 11-69) and
the GPDMAEXTPG0 register (see page 11-10) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
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Slave DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count (GPDMA0TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA0TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0001h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 0 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA0TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 0 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA0TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 1 Memory Address (GPDMA1MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA1MAR[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0002h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the memory address for Channel 1 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA1MAR
[15–0]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 1 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA1MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA1MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA1PG register (see page 11-65) and
the GPDMAEXTPG1 register (see page 11-11) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
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Slave DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count (GPDMA1TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA1TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0003h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 1 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA1TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 1 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA1TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 2 Memory Address (GPDMA2MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA2MAR[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0004h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the memory address for Channel 2 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA2MAR
[15–0]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 2 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA2MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA2MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA2PG register (see page 11-63) and
the GPDMAEXTPG2 register (see page 11-12) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
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Slave DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count (GPDMA2TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA2TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0005h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 2 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA2TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 2 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA2TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 3 Memory Address (GPDMA3MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA3MAR[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0006h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the memory address for Channel 3 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA3MAR
[15–0]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 3 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA3MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA3MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA3PG register (see page 11-64) and
the GPDMAEXTPG3 register (see page 11-13) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 16-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH3_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4). For 16-bit transfers, this register
(GPDMA3MAR) holds address bits 16–1 and address bit 0 is always 0 (i.e., the 16-bit transfers are word-aligned).
Because of this, software must load this register with the desired memory address divided by 2 for 16-bit transfers.
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Slave DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count (GPDMA3TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA3TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0007h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 3 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA3TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 3 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA3TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the SLDMACBP register (see page 11-57) to clear the slave DMA byte pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA3TC) can be used with the value in the GPDMAEXTTC3 register (see page 11-17)
to allow counts of up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Status (SLDMASTA)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0008h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
DMAR3
DMAR2
DMAR1
DMAR0
TC3
TC2
TC1
TC0
Reset
?
?
?
?
0
0
0
0
R/W
R
R
R
R
R!
R!
R!
R!
Bit
Register Description
This register indicates the request status and terminal count status for Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
DMAR3
Channel 3 DMA Request
0 = Channel 3 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 3 DMA request pending
6
DMAR2
Channel 2 DMA Request
0 = Channel 2 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 2 DMA request pending
5
DMAR1
Channel 1 DMA Request
0 = Channel 1 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 1 DMA request pending
4
DMAR0
Channel 0 DMA Request
0 = Channel 0 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 0 DMA request pending
3
TC3
Channel 3 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 3 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 3 terminal count detected
2
TC2
Channel 2 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 2 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 2 terminal count detected
1
TC1
Channel 1 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 1 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 1 terminal count detected
0
TC0
Channel 0 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 0 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 0 terminal count detected
Programming Notes
Bits 3–0 of this register are reset when read. Any read from this register (SLDMASTA) clears bits 3–0.
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Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Control (SLDMACTL)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0008h
7
6
5
4
3
2
DAKSEN
DRQSEN
WRTSEL
PRITYPE
COMPTIM
DMA_DIS
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Bit
1
0
Reserved
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register provides the control function for Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
DAKSEN
Internal dackx Sense
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit controls the polarity of all dackx outputs from the slave
DMA controller:
0 = Asserted Low
1 = Asserted High
System logic external to the DMA controller expects the DMA controller to drive active Low
dackx outputs. This bit must be written to 0 for proper system operation.
6
DRQSEN
Internal drqx Sense
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit controls the polarity of all drqx inputs to the slave DMA
controller:
0 = Asserted High
1 = Asserted Low
System logic external to the DMA controller expects the DMA controller to respond to active
High drqx inputs. This bit must be written to 0 for proper system operation.
5
WRTSEL
Write Selection Control
0 = Late write selection.
1 = Extended (early) write selection. Write command signals (GPIOWR and GPMEMWR) are
asserted one clock early.
Enabling this feature results in timing changes on the GP bus that can violate the ISA
specification. This bit has no effect when the COMPTIM bit is 1.
4
PRITYPE
Priority Type
0 = Fixed priority
1 = Rotating priority
3
COMPTIM
Compressed Timing
0 = Normal timing.
1 = Compressed timing. Read command signals (GPIORD and GPMEMRD) have a one clock
pulse width.
Enabling this feature results in timing changes on the GP bus that can violate the ISA
specification.
2
DMA_DIS
Disable DMA Controller
0 = DMA requests are enabled.
1 = DMA requests are ignored but DMA registers are available to the CPU.
The DMA controller should be disabled prior to programming it in order to prevent unintended
transfers from occurring during the DMA controller programming operation. Care should also
be taken to ensure that the DMA controller is idle before disabling it. If the DMA controller is
performing a transfer when software disables it, abnormal system operation can occur.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
1–0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
If DMA Channel 0, 1, 2, or 3 is used by an internal UART, the DAKSEN, DRQSEN, WRTSEL, and COMPTIM bit
fields must be 0 (the default).
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Slave Software DRQ(n) Request (SLDMASWREQ)
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0009h
2
REQDMA
0
0
RSV
R/W
x
W
1
0
REQSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register is used to initiate a software DMA request for one of Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
REQDMA
Software DMA Request
0 = Clear the request bit for the channel selected by the REQSEL bit field.
1 = Set the request bit for the channel selected by the REQSEL bit field.
The request bit is cleared internally after the corresponding channel has reached the end of
its transfer count.
1–0
REQSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Select
This bit field selects the DMA channel that is to latch the REQDMA bit internally to assert or
deassert a DMA request via software:
00 = Select Channel 0 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
01 = Select Channel 1 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
10 = Select Channel 2 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
11 = Select Channel 3 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mask (SLDMAMSK)
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Ah
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
2
CHMASK
0
0
x
W
1
0
MSKSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register provides a mask or unmask capability for the DMA request signal to each of Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
CHMASK
DMA Channel Mask
0 = Clear the mask bit for the channel selected by the MSKSEL bit field.
1 = Set the mask bit for the channel selected by the MSKSEL bit field.
If the AINIT bit is 0 in the SLDMAMODE register (see page 11-55), the mask bit is set
internally when the corresponding channel reaches the end of its transfer count.
If the AINIT bit is 1, the mask bit remains clear when the transfer ends.
1–0
MSKSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Mask Select
This bit field selects the DMA channel that is to latch the CHMASK bit internally to mask or
unmask the DMA request signal into the specified DMA channel:
00 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 0 per the CHMASK bit.
01 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 1 per the CHMASK bit.
10 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 2 per the CHMASK bit.
11 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 3 per the CHMASK bit.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers SLDMAMSK, SLDMAMSKRST (see
page 11-60), and SLDMAGENMSK (see page 11-61).
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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Slave DMA Channel 0–3 Mode (SLDMAMODE)
7
Bit
Reset
6
TRNMOD[1–0]
x
R/W
5
4
ADDDEC
AINIT
x
x
W
W
x
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Bh
3
2
OPSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
1
0
MODSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register indicates the transfer mode for Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
TRNMOD[1–0]
Transfer Mode
This bit field selects the transfer mode for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
00 = Demand transfer mode
01 = Single transfer mode
10 = Block transfer mode
11 = Cascade mode. (Only Channel 4 should be programmed for cascade mode. All other
channels should be programmed for one of the other modes).
5
ADDDEC
Address Decrement
This bit field selects increment or decrement counting for the channel selected by the
MODSEL bit field.
0 = Increment the DMA memory address after each transfer.
1 = Decrement the DMA memory address after each transfer.
4
AINIT
Automatic Initialization Control
This bit field enables automatic initialization for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
0 = Automatic initialization is disabled.
1 = Automatic initialization is enabled.
Automatic initialization causes the channel’s base address and transfer count registers to be
restored to the values they contained prior to the DMA transfer when the transfer count ends.
The channel is then ready to perform another DMA transfer without processor intervention as
soon as the next DMA request is detected.
Automatic initialization must be disabled when buffer chaining mode is used; otherwise
unexpected results may occur.
3–2
OPSEL[1–0]
Operation Select
This bit field selects the DMA operation for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
00 = Verify mode. The DMA controller acts normally except that no I/O or memory commands
are generated, and no data is transferred.
01 = Write transfer. Data is transferred from a DMA-capable I/O or memory-mapped device
into system memory.
10 = Read transfer. Data is transferred from system memory to a DMA-capable I/O or
memory-mapped device.
11 = Reserved.
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Bit
Name
Function
1–0
MODSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Select
This bit field selects the channel that is to internally latch the other bits written to this register:
00 = Select Channel 0
01 = Select Channel 1
10 = Select Channel 2
11 = Select Channel 3
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer (SLDMACBP)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
SLAVE_CBP[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Ch
x
x
R/W
x
x
x
W!
Register Description
This register channel provides a mechanism to adjust the byte pointer to the low byte of the memory address and
transfer count registers for Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SLAVE_CBP
[7–0]
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer
The DMA controller’s 16-bit memory address and terminal count registers are accessed by
writing or reading consecutive 8-bit values to the same direct-mapped I/O address. A single
byte pointer is used across the slave DMA controller to determine which byte is accessed if
any of these 16-bit registers is read or written. Any access to one of these registers toggles
the byte pointer between the low and high bytes.
A write of any data to this bit field (SLAVE_CBP) clears the byte pointer so that the next
memory address or transfer count register access is to the low byte.
Programming Notes
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Slave DMA Controller Reset (SLDMARST)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
SLAVE_RST[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Dh
0
0
0
0
0
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides a reset mechanism for Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SLAVE_RST
[7–0]
Slave DMA Controller Reset
A write of any data to this address resets the DMA controller to the same state as a system
reset.
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Slave DMA Controller Temporary (SLDMATMP)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
SLAVE_TMP[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Dh
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register has no real use in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller. It is included for compatibility only.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SLAVE_TMP
[7–0]
Slave DMA Controller Temporary Register
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit field is used as a temporary storage buffer when doing
memory-to-memory DMA. Memory-to-memory DMA transfers are not supported in the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, so this register is included for compatibility reasons only.
Programming Notes
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Slave DMA Mask Reset (SLDMAMSKRST)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
SLAVE_MSK_RST[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Eh
x
x
x
x
x
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides a mechanism to reset the SLDMAGENMSK register (see page 11-61).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SLAVE_MSK_
RST[7–0]
Slave DMA Reset Mask
Writing any data to this I/O address resets the SLDMAGENMSK register (see page 11-61),
thereby activating the four slave DMA channels.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers SLDMAMSK (see page 11-54),
SLDMAMSKRST, and SLDMAGENMSK (see page 11-61).
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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Slave DMA General Mask (SLDMAGENMSK)
7
6
4
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 000Fh
3
2
1
0
CH3_DIS
CH2_DIS
CH1_DIS
CH0_DIS
1
1
1
1
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This register provides a mechanism to mask or unmask the DMA request signal to each of Channels 0–3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3
CH3_DIS
DMA Channel 3 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 3 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 3 from servicing DMA requests.
2
CH2_DIS
DMA Channel 2 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 2 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 2 from servicing DMA requests.
1
CH1_DIS
DMA Channel 1 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 1 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 1 from servicing DMA requests.
0
CH0_DIS
DMA Channel 0 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 0 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 0 from servicing DMA requests.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers SLDMAMSK (see page 11-54), SLDMAMSKRST
(see page 11-60), and SLDMAGENMSK.
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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General 0 (GPDMAGR0)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0080h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT80[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT80[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
In a discrete DMA controller, this register would be the DMA Channel 4 Page register, but in PC/AT-compatible
systems DMA Channel 4 is used for the cascade function, so this register is not used by the DMA subsystem.
In a PC/AT-compatible system, this I/O address (Port 0080h) is typically used to send BIOS Power-on Self Test
(POST) codes to the ISA bus where special hardware can be used to decode the address and display the POST
codes. In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, writes to this register are propagated to the GP bus to allow PC/ATcompatible operation. Reads from this register return the internally-stored value only.
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Slave DMA Channel 2 Page (GPDMA2PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA2MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0081h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 2.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA2MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 2 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
This bit field is used with the values in the GPDMA2MAR register (see page 11-46) and the
GPDMAEXTPG2 register (see page 11-12) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Slave DMA Channel 3 Page (GPDMA3PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA3MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0082h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA3MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 3 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
For 8-bit transfers, the value in this bit field is used with the values in the GPDMA3MAR
register (see page 11-48) and the GPDMAEXTPG3 register (see page 11-13) to generate
DMA address bits 27–0.
For 16-bit transfers (enhanced mode only), bits 7–1 of this bit field hold address bits 23–17,
and address bit 16 is located in the GPDMA3MAR register (see page 11-48).
Bit 0 of this bit field is not used in 16-bit DMA operation. The bit 0 value read back is always
the last value written, but the bit is not applied to the system address unless 8-bit operation is
selected.
Programming Notes
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 16-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH3_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4).
In the enhanced mode, this register is updated during DMA cycles if the DMA addresses cross the 64-Kbyte boundary
for 8-bit transfers, or cross the 128-Kbyte boundary for 16-bit transfers.
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Slave DMA Channel 1 Page (GPDMA1PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA1MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0083h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA1MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 1 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
This bit field is used with the values in the GPDMA1MAR register (see page 11-44) and the
GPDMAEXTPG1 register (see page 11-11) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
Programming Notes
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General 1 (GPDMAGR1)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0084h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT84[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT84[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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General 2 (GPDMAGR2)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0085h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT85[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT85[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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General 3 (GPDMAGR3)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0086h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT86[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT86[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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Slave DMA Channel 0 Page (GPDMA0PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA0MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0087h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA0MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 0 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
This bit field is used with the values in the GPDMA0MAR register (see page 11-42) and the
GPDMAEXTPG0 register (see page 11-10) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
Programming Notes
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GP DMA Controller Registers
General 4 (GPDMAGR4)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0088h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT88[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT88[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Channel 6 Page (GPDMA6PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA6MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0089h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 6.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–1
DMA6MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 6 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
For 8-bit transfers (enhanced mode only), the value in this bit field is used with the values in
the GPDMA6MAR register (see page 11-82) and the GPDMAEXTPG6 register (see
page 11-15) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
For 16-bit transfers, bits 7–1 of this bit field hold address bits 23–17, and address bit 16 is
located in the GPDMA6MAR register (see page 11-82).
Bit 0 of this bit field is not used in 16-bit DMA operation. The bit 0 value read back is always
the last value written, but the bit is not applied to the system address unless 8-bit operation is
selected.
Programming Notes
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH6_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4).
In enhanced mode, this register is updated during DMA cycles if the DMA addresses cross the 64-Kbyte boundary
for 8-bit transfers, or cross the 128-Kbyte boundary for 16-bit transfers.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Master DMA Channel 7 Page (GPDMA7PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA7MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Ah
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–1
DMA7MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 7 Memory Address Bits [23–17]
For 8-bit transfers (enhanced mode only), the value in this bit field is used with the values in
the GPDMA7MAR register (see page 11-84) and the GPDMAEXTPG7 register (see
page 11-16) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
For 16-bit transfers, bits 7–1 of this bit field hold address bits 23–17, and address bit 16 is
located in the GPDMA7MAR register (see page 11-84).
Bit 0 of this bit field is not used in 16-bit DMA operation. The bit 0 value read back is always
the last value written, but the bit is not applied to the system address unless 8-bit operation is
selected.
Programming Notes
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH7_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4).
In enhanced mode, this register is updated during DMA cycles if the DMA addresses cross the 64-Kbyte boundary
for 8-bit transfers, or cross the 128-Kbyte boundary for 16-bit transfers.
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Master DMA Channel 5 Page (GPDMA5PG)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DMA5MAR[23–16]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Bh
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides bits 23–16 of the memory address for Channel 5.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–1
DMA5MAR
[23–16]
DMA Channel 5 Memory Address Bits [23–16]
For 8-bit transfers (enhanced mode only), the value in this bit field is used with the values in
the GPDMA5MAR register (see page 11-80) and the GPDMAEXTPG5 register (see
page 11-14) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
For 16-bit transfers, bits 7–1 of this bit field hold address bits 23–17, and address bit 16 is
located in the GPDMA5MAR register (see page 11-80).
Bit 0 of this bit field is not used in 16-bit DMA operation. The bit 0 value read back is always
the last value written, but the bit is not applied to the system address unless 8-bit operation is
selected.
Programming Notes
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH5_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4).
In enhanced mode, this register is updated during DMA cycles if the DMA addresses cross the 64-Kbyte boundary
for 8-bit transfers, or cross the 128-Kbyte boundary for 16-bit transfers.
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General 5 (GPDMAGR5)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Ch
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT8C[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT8C[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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General 6 (GPDMAGR6)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Dh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT8D[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT8D[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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General 7 (GPDMAGR7)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Eh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT8E[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT8E[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally and propagated to the GP bus.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value, but are not propagated to the GP
bus.
Programming Notes
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General 8 (GPDMAGR8)
7
6
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 008Fh
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
PORT8F[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This is a general-purpose register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
PORT8F[7–0]
General-Purpose R/W Register
Writes to this bit field are stored internally.
Reads from this bit field return the internal register value.
Programming Notes
This general register is slightly different from the other direct-mapped general registers. No GP bus cycles are
generated on writes to this I/O address (Port 008Fh).
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Master DMA Channel 4 Memory Address (GPDMA4MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA4MAR[16–1]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00C0h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
Because Channel 4 is used to cascade the slave DMA controller to the master DMA controller, this register has no
real use.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA4MAR
[16–1]
DMA Channel 4 Memory Address
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit field holds the lower 16 bits of memory address for DMA
Channel 4. Because the drq and dack internal signals for this DMA channel are used to
cascade to the slave DMA controller in a PC/AT-compatible system, DMA Channel 4 is not
used directly for DMA transfers. So this register has no real function; it is documented only for
completeness. For the same reason, there is no corresponding page register for DMA
Channel 4.
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Master DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count (GPDMA4TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA4TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00C2h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
Because Channel 4 is used to cascade the slave DMA controller to the master DMA controller, this register has no
real use.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA4TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 4 Transfer Count
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit field holds the 16-bit transfer count for DMA Channel 4.
Because the drq and dack internal signals for this DMA channel are used to cascade to the
slave DMA controller in a PC/AT-compatible system, DMA Channel 4 is not used directly for
DMA transfers. So this register has no real function; it is documented only for completeness.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Channel 5 Memory Address (GPDMA5MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA5MAR[16–1]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00C4h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 16–1 of the memory address for Channel 5 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA5MAR
[16–1]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 5 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 16–1 for 16-bit DMA transfers.
Bits 8–1 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 16–9 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 8–1 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA5MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA5MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA5PG register (see page 11-73) and
the GPDMAEXTPG5 register (see page 11-14) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA5MAR) holds address bits 16–1 and address bit 0 is always 0 (i.e., the 16-bit
transfers are word-aligned). Because of this, software must load this register with the desired memory address
divided by 2 for 16-bit transfers.
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH5_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4). For 8-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA5MAR)
holds address bits 15–0, and address bit 16 is controlled via the GPDMA5PG register (see page 11-73).
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Master DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count (GPDMA5TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA5TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00C6h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 5 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA5TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 5 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA5TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, each transfer is two bytes, so a transfer count of FFFFh results in a transfer of 128 Kbytes.
The value in this register (GPDMA5TC) can be used with the value in the GPDMAEXTTC5 register (see page 11-18)
to allow counts of up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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Master DMA Channel 6 Memory Address (GPDMA6MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA6MAR[16–1]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00C8h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 16–1 of the memory address for Channel 6 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA6MAR
[16–1]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 6 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 16–1 for 16-bit DMA transfers.
Bits 8–1 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 16–9 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 8–1 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA6MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA6MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA6PG register (see page 11-71) and
the GPDMAEXTPG6 register (see page 11-15) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA6MAR) holds address bits 16–1 and address bit 0 is always 0 (i.e., the 16-bit
transfers are word-aligned). Because of this, software must load this register with the desired memory address
divided by 2 for 16-bit transfers.
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH6_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4). For 8-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA6MAR)
holds address bits 15–0, and address bit 16 is controlled via the GPDMA6PG register (see page 11-71).
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Master DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count (GPDMA6TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA6TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00CAh
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 6 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA6TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 6 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA6TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, each transfer is two bytes, so a transfer count of FFFFh results in a transfer of 128 Kbytes.
The value in this register (GPDMA6TC) can be used with the value in the GPDMAEXTTC6 register (see page 11-19)
to allow counts of up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Master DMA Channel 7 Memory Address (GPDMA7MAR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA7MAR[16–1]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00CCh
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 16–1 of the memory address for Channel 7 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA7MAR
[16–1]
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel 7 Memory Address
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s memory
address bits 16–1 for 16-bit DMA transfers.
Bits 8–1 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 16–9 of the channel’s memory address can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after memory address bits 8–1 are read from or written to this bit field.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA7MAR) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
The value in this register (GPDMA7MAR) is used with the values in the GPDMA7PG register (see page 11-72) and
the GPDMAEXTPG7 register (see page 11-16) to generate DMA address bits 27–0.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA7MAR) holds address bits 16–1 and address bit 0 is always 0 (i.e., the 16-bit
transfers are word-aligned). Because of this, software must load this register with the desired memory address
divided by 2 for 16-bit transfers.
In enhanced mode, this channel can be programmed for 8-bit DMA transfers (see the descriptions for GPDMACTL
register bits CH7_ALT_SIZE and ENH_MODE_ENB, on page 11-4). For 8-bit transfers, this register (GPDMA7MAR)
holds address bits 15–0, and address bit 16 is controlled via the GPDMA7PG register (see page 11-72).
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Master DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count (GPDMA7TC)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DMA7TC[15–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00CEh
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits 15–0 of the transfer count for Channel 7 during DMA operation.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DMA7TC
[15–0]
DMA Channel 7 Transfer Count (16-Bit Register)
This 8-bit field is used in two successive I/O accesses to read or write the channel’s transfer
count bits 15–0.
Bits 7–0 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field immediately
after a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93).
Bits 15–8 of the channel’s transfer count can be read from or written to this bit field
immediately after transfer count bits 7–0 are read from or written to this bit field.
The actual number of transfers is one more than the programmed transfer count value.
Programming Notes
To ensure that the lower byte of this register (GPDMA7TC) is always accessed first, software should precede any
access to this register with a write to the MSTDMACBP register (see page 11-93) to clear the master DMA byte
pointer.
By default, this channel is set up for PC/AT compatibility (16-bit DMA transfers on the master DMA controller). For
16-bit transfers, each transfer is two bytes, so a transfer count of FFFFh results in a transfer of 128 Kbytes.
The value in this register (GPDMA7TC) can be used with the value in the GPDMAEXTTC7 register (see page 11-20)
to allow counts of up to 16 M (16,777,216) transfers.
In PCI bus 2.2-compliant designs, software must limit the length of GP bus DMA demand- or block-mode transfers.
Very large transfers could cause the PCI Host Bridge target controller to violate the 10-µs memory write maximum
completion time limit set in the PCI Local Bus Specification, Revision 2.2.
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GP DMA Controller Registers
Master DMA Channel 4–7 Status (MSTDMASTA)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D0h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
DMAR7
DMAR6
DMAR5
DMAR4
TC7
TC6
TC5
TC4
Reset
?
?
?
?
0
0
0
0
R/W
R
R
R
R
R!
R!
R!
R!
Bit
Register Description
This register indicates the request status and terminal count status for Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
DMAR7
Channel 7 DMA Request
0 = Channel 7 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 7 DMA request pending
6
DMAR6
Channel 6 DMA Request
0 = Channel 6 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 6 DMA request pending
5
DMAR5
Channel 5 DMA Request
0 = Channel 5 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 5 DMA request pending
4
DMAR4
Channel 4 DMA Request
0 = Channel 4 DMA request not pending
1 = Channel 4 DMA request pending
3
TC7
Channel 7 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 7 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 7 terminal count detected
2
TC6
Channel 6 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 6 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 6 terminal count detected
1
TC5
Channel 5 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 5 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 5 terminal count detected
0
TC4
Channel 4 Terminal Count
0 = Channel 4 terminal count not detected
1 = Channel 4 terminal count detected
Programming Notes
Bits 3–0 of this register are reset when read. Any read from this register (MSTDMASTA) clears bits 3–0.
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Master DMA Channel 4–7 Control (MSTDMACTL)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D0h
7
6
5
4
3
2
DAKSEN
DRQSEN
WRTSEL
PRITYPE
COMPTIM
DMA_DIS
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Bit
1
0
Reserved
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register provides the control function for Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
DAKSEN
Internal dackx Sense
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit controls the polarity of all dackx outputs from the slave
DMA controller:
0 = Asserted Low
1 = Asserted High
System logic external to the DMA controller expects the DMA controller to drive active Low
dackx outputs. This bit must be written to ‘0b’ for proper system operation.
6
DRQSEN
Internal drqx Sense
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit controls the polarity of all drqx inputs to the slave DMA
controller:
0 = Asserted High
1 = Asserted Low
System logic external to the DMA controller expects the DMA controller to respond to active
High drqx inputs. This bit must be written to ‘0b’ for proper system operation.
5
WRTSEL
Write Selection Control
0 = Late write selection
1 = Extended (early) write selection. Write command signals (GPIOWR and GPMEMWR) are
asserted one clock early.
Enabling this feature results in timing changes on the GP bus that can violate the ISA
specification. This bit has no effect when the COMPTIM bit is 1.
4
PRITYPE
Priority Type
0 = Fixed priority
1 = Rotating priority
3
COMPTIM
Compressed Timing
0 = Normal timing.
1 = Compressed timing. Read command signals (GPIORD and GPMEMRD) have a one clock
pulse width.
Enabling this feature results in timing changes on the GP bus that can violate the ISA
specification.
2
DMA_DIS
Disable DMA Controller
0 = DMA requests are enabled.
1 = DMA requests are ignored but DMA registers are available to the CPU.
The DMA controller should be disabled prior to programming it in order to prevent unintended
transfers from occurring during the DMA controller programming operation. Care should also
be taken to ensure that the DMA controller is idle before disabling it. If the DMA controller is
performing a transfer when software disables it, abnormal system operation can occur.
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Bit
Name
Function
1–0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
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Master Software DRQ(n) Request (MSTDMASWREQ)
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D2h
2
REQDMA
0
0
RSV
R/W
x
W
1
0
REQSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register is used to initiate a software DMA request for one of Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
REQDMA
Software DMA Request
0 = Clear the request bit for the channel selected by the REQSEL bit field.
1 = Set the request bit for the channel selected by the REQSEL bit field.
The request bit is cleared internally after the corresponding channel has reached the end of
its transfer count.
1–0
REQSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Select
This bit field selects DMA channel that is to latch the REQDMA bit internally to assert or
deassert a DMA request via software:
00 = Select Channel 4 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
01 = Select Channel 5 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
10 = Select Channel 6 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
11 = Select Channel 7 for internal DMA request per the REQDMA bit.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mask (MSTDMAMSK)
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D4h
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
2
CHMASK
0
0
x
W
1
0
MSKSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register provides a mask or unmask capability for the DMA request signal to each of Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
CHMASK
DMA Channel Mask
0 = Clear the mask bit for the channel selected by the MSKSEL bit field.
1 = Set the mask bit for the channel selected by the MSKSEL bit field.
If the AINIT bit is 0 in the MSTDMAMODE register (see page 11-91), the mask bit is set
internally when the corresponding channel reaches the end of its transfer count.
If the AINIT bit is 1, the mask bit remains clear when the transfer ends.
1–0
MSKSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Mask Select
This bit field selects the DMA channel that is to latch the CHMASK bit internally to mask or
unmask the DMA request signal into the specified DMA channel:
00 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 4 per the CHMASK bit.
01 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 5 per the CHMASK bit.
10 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 6 per the CHMASK bit.
11 = Mask or unmask DMA Channel 7 per the CHMASK bit.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers MSTDMAMSK, MSTDMAMSKRST (see
page 11-96), and MSTDMAGENMSK (see page 11-97).
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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Master DMA Channel 4–7 Mode (MSTDMAMODE)
7
Bit
Reset
6
TRNMOD[1–0]
x
R/W
5
4
ADDDEC
AINIT
x
x
W
W
x
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D6h
3
2
OPSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
1
0
MODSEL[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register indicates the transfer mode for Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
TRNMOD[1–0]
Transfer Mode
This bit field selects the transfer mode for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
00 = Demand transfer mode
01 = Single transfer mode
10 = Block transfer mode
11 = Cascade mode. (Only Channel 4 should be programmed for cascade mode. All other
channels should be programmed for one of the other modes).
5
ADDDEC
Address Decrement
This bit field selects increment or decrement counting for the channel selected by the
MODSEL bit field.
0 = Increment the DMA memory address after each transfer.
1 = Decrement the DMA memory address after each transfer.
4
AINIT
Automatic Initialization Control
This bit field enables automatic initialization for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
0 = Automatic initialization is disabled.
1 = Automatic initialization is enabled.
Automatic initialization causes the channel’s base address and transfer count registers to be
restored to the values they contained prior to the DMA transfer when the transfer count ends.
The channel is then ready to perform another DMA transfer without processor intervention as
soon as the next DMA request is detected.
Automatic initialization must be disabled when buffer chaining mode is used; otherwise
unexpected results may occur.
3–2
OPSEL[1–0]
Operation Select
This bit field selects the DMA operation for the channel selected by the MODSEL bit field.
00 = Verify mode. The DMA controller acts normally except that no I/O or memory commands
are generated, and no data is transferred.
01 = Write transfer. Data is transferred from a DMA-capable I/O or memory-mapped device
into system memory.
10 = Read transfer. Data is transferred from system memory to a DMA-capable I/O or
memory-mapped device.
11 = Reserved.
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Bit
Name
Function
1–0
MODSEL[1–0]
DMA Channel Select
This bit field selects the channel that is to internally latch the other bits written to this register:
00 = Select Channel 4
01 = Select Channel 5
10 = Select Channel 6
11 = Select Channel 7
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer (MSTDMACBP)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
MASTR_CBP[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00D8h
x
x
R/W
x
x
x
W!
Register Description
This register channel provides a mechanism to adjust the byte pointer to the low byte of the memory address and
transfer count registers for Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
MASTR_CBP
[7–0]
Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer
The DMA controller’s 16-bit memory address and terminal count registers are accessed by
writing or reading consecutive 8-bit values to the same direct-mapped I/O address. A single
byte pointer is used across the master DMA controller to determine which byte is accessed if
any of these 16-bit registers is read or written. Any access to one of these registers toggles
the byte pointer between the low and high bytes.
A write of any data to this bit field (MASTR_CBP) clears the byte pointer so that the next
memory address or transfer count register access is to the low byte.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Controller Reset (MSTDMARST)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
MASTR_RST[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00DAh
0
0
0
0
0
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides a reset mechanism for Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
MASTR_RST
[7–0]
Master DMA Controller Reset
A write of any data to this address resets the DMA controller to the same state as a system
reset.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Controller Temporary (MSTDMATMP)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
MASTR_TMP[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00DAh
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register has no real use in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller. It is included for compatibility only.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
MASTR_TMP
[7–0]
Master DMA Controller Temporary Register
In a discrete DMA controller, this bit field is used as a temporary storage buffer when doing
memory-to-memory DMA. Memory-to-memory DMA transfers are not supported in the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, so this register is included for compatibility reasons only.
Programming Notes
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Master DMA Mask Reset (MSTDMAMSKRST)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
MASTR_MSK_RST[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00DCh
x
x
x
x
x
W!
R/W
Register Description
This register provides a mechanism to reset the MSTDMAGENMSK register (see page 11-97).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
MASTR_MSK_
RST[7–0]
Master DMA Reset Mask
Writing any data to this I/O address resets the MSTDMAGENMSK register (see page 11-97),
thereby activating the four slave DMA channels.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers MSTDMAMSK (see page 11-90),
MSTDMAMSKRST, and MSTDMAGENMSK (see page 11-97).
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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Master DMA General Mask (MSTDMAGENMSK)
7
6
4
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00DEh
3
2
1
0
CH7_DIS
CH6_DIS
CH5_DIS
CH4_DIS
1
1
1
1
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This register provides a mechanism to mask or unmask the DMA request signal to each of Channels 4–7.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
3
CH7_DIS
DMA Channel 7 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 7 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 7 from servicing DMA requests.
2
CH6_DIS
DMA Channel 6 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 6 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 6 from servicing DMA requests.
1
CH5_DIS
DMA Channel 5 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 5 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 5 from servicing DMA requests.
0
CH4_DIS
DMA Channel 4 Mask
0 = Enable DMA Channel 4 for servicing DMA requests.
1 = Disable DMA Channel 4 from servicing DMA requests.
Programming Notes
The same DMA channel masks can be controlled via DMA registers MSTDMAMSK (see page 11-90),
MSTDMAMSKRST (see page 11-96), and MSTDMAGENMSK.
Before masking an active DMA channel, software must ensure that the DMA request is deasserted. Masking an
active channel while it is being granted might cause the system to hang.
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CHAPTER
12
12.1
PROGRAMMABLE INTERRUPT
CONTROLLER REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the programmable interrupt controller (PIC) registers of the
ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller’s programmable interrupt controller (PIC) consists of three
industry-standard controllers, integrated with a highly programmable interrupt router.
The PIC register set includes two groups of registers:
■ 39 memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers are used to configure and
control PIC functions specific to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
■ 28 direct-mapped I/O registers are used for industry-standard PIC configuration, control,
and status functions.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the
interrupt controller.
Table 12-1 and Table 12-2 on page 12-2 list each type of PIC register in offset order, with
the corresponding description’s page number.
12.2
REGISTERS
Table 12-1
Programmable Interrupt Controller MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
Interrupt Control
PICICR
D00h
page 12-4
Master PIC Interrupt Mode
MPICMODE
D02h
page 12-6
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mode
SL1PICMODE
D03h
page 12-8
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mode
SL2PICMODE
D04h
page 12-9
Software Interrupt 16–1 Control
SWINT16_1
D08h
page 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control
SWINT22_17
D0Ah
page 12-13
Interrupt Pin Polarity
INTPINPOL
D10h
page 12-15
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping
PCIHOSTMAP
D14h
page 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping
ECCMAP
D18h
page 12-19
GP Timer 0 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR0MAP
D1Ah
page 12-21
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR1MAP
D1Bh
page 12-21
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Mapping
GPTMR2MAP
D1Ch
page 12-21
PIT 0 Interrupt Mapping
PIT0MAP
D20h
page 12-21
PIT 1 Interrupt Mapping
PIT1MAP
D21h
page 12-21
PIT 2 Interrupt Mapping
PIT2MAP
D22h
page 12-21
UART 1 Interrupt Mapping
UART1MAP
D28h
page 12-21
UART 2 Interrupt Mapping
UART2MAP
D29h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt A Mapping
PCIINTAMAP
D30h
page 12-21
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Table 12-1
Table 12-2
12-2
Programmable Interrupt Controller MMCR Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
PCI Interrupt B Mapping
PCIINTBMAP
D31h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt C Mapping
PCIINTCMAP
D32h
page 12-21
PCI Interrupt D Mapping
PCIINTDMAP
D33h
page 12-21
DMA Buffer Chaining Interrupt Mapping
DMABCINTMAP
D40h
page 12-21
SSI Interrupt Mapping
SSIMAP
D41h
page 12-21
Watchdog Timer Interrupt Mapping
WDTMAP
D42h
page 12-21
RTC Interrupt Mapping
RTCMAP
D43h
page 12-21
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Mapping
WPVMAP
D44h
page 12-21
AMDebug™ Technology RX/TX Interrupt Mapping ICEMAP
D45h
page 12-21
Floating Point Error Interrupt Mapping
FERRMAP
D46h
page 12-21
GPIRQ0 Interrupt Mapping
GP0IMAP
D50h
page 12-21
GPIRQ1 Interrupt Mapping
GP1IMAP
D51h
page 12-21
GPIRQ2 Interrupt Mapping
GP2IMAP
D52h
page 12-21
GPIRQ3 Interrupt Mapping
GP3IMAP
D53h
page 12-21
GPIRQ4 Interrupt Mapping
GP4IMAP
D54h
page 12-21
GPIRQ5 Interrupt Mapping
GP5IMAP
D55h
page 12-21
GPIRQ6 Interrupt Mapping
GP6IMAP
D56h
page 12-21
GPIRQ7 Interrupt Mapping
GP7IMAP
D57h
page 12-21
GPIRQ8 Interrupt Mapping
GP8IMAP
D58h
page 12-21
GPIRQ9 Interrupt Mapping
GP9IMAP
D59h
page 12-21
GPIRQ10 Interrupt Mapping
GP10IMAP
D5Ah
page 12-21
Programmable Interrupt Controller Direct-Mapped Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address Page Number
Master PIC Interrupt Request
MPICIR
0020h
page 12-24
Master PIC In-Service
MPICISR
0020h
page 12-25
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 1
MPICICW1
0020h
page 12-26
Master PIC Operation Control Word 2
MPICOCW2
0020h
page 12-28
Master PIC Operation Control Word 3
MPICOCW3
0020h
page 12-30
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 2
MPICICW2
0021h
page 12-32
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 3
MPICICW3
0021h
page 12-33
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 4
MPICICW4
0021h
page 12-35
Master PIC Interrupt Mask
MPICINTMSK
0021h
page 12-36
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Request
S2PICIR
0024h
page 12-37
Slave 2 PIC In-Service
S2PICISR
0024h
page 12-38
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 1
S2PICICW1
0024h
page 12-39
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 2
S2PICOCW2
0024h
page 12-41
Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 3
S2PICOCW3
0024h
page 12-43
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 2
S2PICICW2
0025h
page 12-45
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 3
S2PICICW3
0025h
page 12-46
Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 4
S2PICICW4
0025h
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Table 12-2
Programmable Interrupt Controller Direct-Mapped Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address Page Number
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mask
S2PICINTMSK
0025h
page 12-48
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Request
S1PICIR
00A0h
page 12-49
Slave 1 PIC In-Service
S1PICISR
00A0h
page 12-50
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 1
S1PICICW1
00A0h
page 12-51
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 2
S1PICOCW2
00A0h
page 12-53
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 3
S1PICOCW3
00A0h
page 12-55
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 2
S1PICICW2
00A1h
page 12-57
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 3
S1PICICW3
00A1h
page 12-58
Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 4
S1PICICW4
00A1h
page 12-59
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mask
S1PICINTMSK
00A1h
page 12-60
FPU Error Interrupt Clear
FPUERRCLR
00F0h
page 12-61
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Interrupt Control (PICICR)
Bit
7
6
NMI_DONE
NMI_ENB
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D00h
5
4
3
Reserved
0
0
0
RSV
2
1
0
S2_GINT_
MODE
S1_GINT_
MODE
M_GINT_
MODE
1
1
1
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the global interrupt mode for the Master, Slave 1 and Slave 2 programmable interrupt controllers,
slave controller bypass, and the global nonmaskable interrupt (NMI) mask bit.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
NMI_DONE
NMI Routine Done
0 = After this bit is set, it is cleared automatically by interrupt controller logic.
1 = Software sets this bit to indicate that the NMI routine is completed.
Subsequent NMI events are blocked by the interrupt controller until the NMI_DONE bit is set
by software, but if an NMI source is active at the time when the handler for another NMI sets
this bit, then the interrupt controller generates an NMI for the second source shortly after
returning from the first handler.
6
NMI_ENB
Master NMI Enable
This bit is a read/write version of the NMI enable bit that typically resides at direct-mapped
Port 0070h, bit 7, on a PC/AT-compatible system. It has been moved here to facilitate internal
design integration with the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
0 = NMI is gated off from reaching the CPU core.
1 = NMI propagates to the CPU core.
If any NMI interrupt sources are active when this bit is set, an NMI is generated immediately.
The NMI_ENB bit is cleared by a CPU soft reset event. This allows software to initialize the
stack pointer before setting the NMI_ENB bit again after a soft reset. See Table 3-3 on
page 3-6 for a summary of ÉlanSC520 microcontroller reset sources.
5– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
S2_GINT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Global Interrupt Mode Enable
This bit provides a global or individual channel interrupt mode for the Slave 2 PIC.
0 = Slave 2 PIC global interrupt mode disabled.
1 = Slave 2 PIC global interrupt mode enabled.
If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is set, bit LTIM of the S2PICICW1 register (see page 12-39)
determines the interrupt mode for the Slave 2 PIC channels. If the S2_GINT_MODE bit and
the LTIM bit are set, all the Slave 2 PIC interrupt channels recognize level-sensitive interrupt
requests. If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is set and the LTIM bit is cleared, all the Slave 2 PIC
interrupt channels recognize edge-sensitive interrupt requests.
If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the Slave 2 LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Slave 2
PIC channels can be programmed individually via the SL2PICMODE register (see page 12-9)
to select either edge- or level-sensitive interrupt recognition.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
1
Name
Function
S1_GINT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Global Interrupt Mode Enable
This bit provides a global or individual channel interrupt mode for the Slave 1 PIC.
0 = Slave 1 PIC global interrupt mode disabled.
1 = Slave 1 PIC global interrupt mode enabled.
If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is set, bit LTIM of the S1PICICW1 register (see page 12-51)
determines the interrupt mode for the Slave 1 PIC channels. If the S1_GINT_MODE bit and
the LTIM bit are set, all the Slave 1 PIC interrupt channels recognize level-sensitive interrupt
requests. If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is set and the LTIM bit is cleared, all the Slave 1 PIC
interrupt channels recognize edge-sensitive interrupt requests.
If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the Slave 1 LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Slave 1
PIC channels can be programmed individually via the SL1PICMODE register (see page 12-8)
to select either edge- or level-sensitive interrupt recognition.
0
M_GINT_
MODE
Master PIC Global Interrupt Mode Enable
This bit provides a global or individual channel interrupt mode for the Master PIC.
0 = Master PIC global interrupt mode disabled.
1 = Master PIC global interrupt mode enabled.
If the M_GINT_MODE bit is set, bit LTIM of the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-26)
determines the interrupt mode for the Master PIC channels. If the M_GINT_MODE bit and the
LTIM bit are set, all the Master PIC interrupt channels recognize level-sensitive interrupt
requests. If the M_GINT_MODE bit is set and the LTIM bit is cleared, all the Master PIC
interrupt channels recognize edge-sensitive interrupt requests.
If the M_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the Master LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Master PIC
channels can be programmed individually via the MPICMODE register (see page 12-6) to
select either edge- or level-sensitive interrupt recognition.
Programming Notes
For PC/AT compatibility, bits M_GINT_MODE and S1_GINT_MODE in this register (PICICR) should be set, and bit
S2 should be set and bit S5 cleared in the MPICICW3 register (see page 12-34). In this configuration, the Slave 2
controller is bypassed and any interrupt sources mapped to the Slave 2 controller have no effect; also, interrupt
sources can be mapped directly to Master PIC interrupt channel 5 by mapping them to priority P13.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Interrupt Mode (MPICMODE)
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
CH7_INT_
MODE
CH6_INT_
MODE
CH5_INT_
MODE
CH4_INT_
MODE
CH3_INT_
MODE
CH2_INT_
MODE
CH1_INT_
MODE
CH0_INT_
MODE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D02h
Register Description
This register controls the individual Master PIC channel interrupt mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
CH7_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 7 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
6
CH6_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 6 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
5
CH5_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 5 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
If the SNGL bit in the MPICICW1 register is set (see page 12-26), and the M_GINT_MODE bit
of the PICICR register is cleared (see page 12-5), setting the CH5_INT_MODE bit causes
interrupts to be recognized as level-sensitive on channel 5. Clearing the CH5_INT_MODE bit
under the same condition causes channel 5 interrupts to be recognized as edge-sensitive.
However, if both the SNGL bit and the M_GINT_MODE bit are cleared, the CH5_INT_MODE
bit value has no meaning because the channel is used for cascading with the Slave 2
controller.
4
CH4_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 4 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
3
CH3_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 3 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
2
CH2_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 2 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
If the SNGL bit in the MPICICW1 register is set (see page 12-26), and the M_GINT_MODE bit
of the PICICR register is cleared (see page 12-5), setting the CH2_INT_MODE bit causes
interrupts to be recognized as level-sensitive on channel 2. Clearing the CH2_INT_MODE bit
under the same condition causes channel 2 interrupts to be recognized as edge-sensitive.
However, if both the SNGL bit and the M_GINT_MODE bit are cleared, the CH2_INT_MODE
bit value has no meaning because the channel is used for cascading with the Slave 1
controller.
1
CH1_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 1 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
0
Name
Function
CH0_INT_
MODE
Master PIC Channel 0 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
Programming Notes
There is a global overriding bit, M_GINT_MODE in the PICICR register (see page 12-5). When set, the
M_GINT_MODE bit causes this register (MPICMODE) to have no effect on the interrupt mode programmed for each
channel. If the M_GINT_MODE bit is set, the overriding global interrupt mode for the Master PIC channels is
determined by the LTIM bit in the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-26). If the M_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the
LTIM bit has no meaning, and the MPICMODE register bits take effect for determining each Master PIC channel’s
interrupt mode.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mode (SL1PICMODE)
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
CH7_INT_
MODE
CH6_INT_
MODE
CH5_INT_
MODE
CH4_INT_
MODE
CH3_INT_
MODE
CH2_INT_
MODE
CH1_INT_
MODE
CH0_INT_
MODE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D03h
Register Description
This register controls the individual Slave 1 PIC channel interrupt mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
CH7_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 7 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
6
CH6_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 6 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
5
CH5_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 5 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
4
CH4_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 4 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
3
CH3_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 3 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
2
CH2_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 2 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
1
CH1_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 1 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
0
CH0_INT_
MODE
Slave 1 PIC Channel 0 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
Programming Notes
There is a global overriding bit, S1_GINT_MODE in the PICICR register (see page 12-5). When set, the
S1_GINT_MODE bit causes this register (SL1PICMODE) to have no effect on the interrupt mode programmed for
each channel. If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is set, the overriding global interrupt mode for the Slave 1 PIC channels is
determined by the LTIM bit in the S1PICICW1 register (see page 12-51). If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the
LTIM bit has no meaning, and the SL1PICMODE register bits take effect for determining each Slave 1 PIC channel’s
interrupt mode.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mode (SL2PICMODE)
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
CH7_INT_
MODE
CH6_INT_
MODE
CH5_INT_
MODE
CH4_INT_
MODE
CH3_INT_
MODE
CH2_INT_
MODE
CH1_INT_
MODE
CH0_INT_
MODE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D04h
Register Description
This register controls the individual Slave 2 PIC channel interrupt mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
CH7_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 7 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
6
CH6_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 6 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
5
CH5_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 5 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
4
CH4_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 4 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
3
CH3_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 3 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
2
CH2_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 2 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
1
CH1_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 1 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
0
CH0_INT_
MODE
Slave 2 PIC Channel 0 Interrupt Mode
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
Programming Notes
There is a global overriding bit, S2_GINT_MODE in the PICICR register (see page 12-5). When set, the
S2_GINT_MODE bit causes this register (SL2PICMODE) to have no effect on the interrupt mode programmed for
each channel. If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is set, the overriding global interrupt mode for the Slave 2 PIC channels is
determined by the LTIM bit in the S2PICICW1 register (see page 12-51). If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is cleared, the
LTIM bit has no meaning, and the SL2PICMODE register bits take effect for determining each Slave 2 PIC channel’s
interrupt mode.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Software Interrupt 16–1 Control (SWINT16_1)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D08h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
SW_P16_
TRIG
SW_P15_
TRIG
SW_P14_
TRIG
SW_P13_
TRIG
SW_P12_
TRIG
SW_P11_
TRIG
SW_P10_
TRIG
SW_P9_
TRIG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SW_P8_
TRIG
SW_P7_
TRIG
SW_P6_
TRIG
SW_P5_
TRIG
SW_P4_
TRIG
SW_P3_
TRIG
SW_P2_
TRIG
SW_P1_
TRIG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register allows software to generate interrupt priority levels P1–P16 to the CPU.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
SW_P16_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P16
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P16. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
14
SW_P15_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P15
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P15. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
13
SW_P14_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P14
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P14. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
12
SW_P13_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P13
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P13. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
11
SW_P12_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P12
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P12. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
10
SW_P11_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P11
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P11. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
9
SW_P10_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P10
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P10. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
8
SW_P9_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P9
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P9. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
7
SW_P8_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P8
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P8. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
6
SW_P7_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P7
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P7. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
5
SW_P6_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P6
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P6. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
4
SW_P5_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P5
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P5. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
3
SW_P4_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P4
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P4. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
2
SW_P3_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P3
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P3. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
1
SW_P2_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P2
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P2. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
0
Name
Function
SW_P1_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P1
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P1. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion. This is the highest interrupt priority level.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
Programming Notes
This register (SWINT16–1) and register SWINT22–17 provide access to all 22 maskable interrupt priority levels.
Priority level P1 is the highest priority, and priority level P22 is the lowest.
Setting an interrupt trigger bit causes an interrupt to be asserted on the corresponding PIC’s interrupt channel for
as long as the bit is set. To use these bits effectively, the interrupt service routines should clear the interrupt trigger
bit early in the routine.
Note that for the internal PC/AT-compatible peripherals, and for many PCI peripherals, existing drivers in off-theshelf operating systems are not aware of these interrupt trigger bits. For peripherals with these kinds of interrupt
service routines, care must be taken not to set the interrupt trigger bits. If this occurs, the interrupt gets stuck in the
asserted state and the system loops in the interrupt service routine because the routine does not clear the trigger bit.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control (SWINT22_17)
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D0Ah
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Reserved
NMI_TRIG
SW_P22_
TRIG
SW_P21_
TRIG
SW_P20_
TRIG
SW_P19_T
RIG
SW_P18_
TRIG
SW_P17_
TRIG
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Register Description
This register allows software to generate interrupt priority levels P17–P22 or the nonmaskable interrupt (NMI) to the
CPU.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
6
NMI_TRIG
Software NMI Source
Setting this bit directly asserts an NMI to the CPU. This bit should be cleared by software prior
to setting the NMI_DONE bit of the PICICR register (see page 12-4).
0 = NMI not directly asserted (other sources can still assert an NMI).
1 = Directly assert the NMI to the CPU.
5
SW_P22_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P22
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P22. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion. This is the lowest interrupt priority level.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
4
SW_P21_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P21
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P21. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
3
SW_P20_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P20
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P20. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
2
SW_P19_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P19
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P19. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
1
SW_P18_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P18
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P18. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
0
Name
Function
SW_P17_TRIG
Directly Trigger Priority Level P17
Setting this bit directly asserts a maskable interrupt of priority level P17. Clearing this bit
removes this direct interrupt assertion.
0 = Do not assert the interrupt.
1 = Assert the interrupt.
Programming Notes
This register (SWINT22-17) and register SWINT16–1 provide access to all 22 maskable interrupt priority levels.
Priority level P1 is the highest priority, and priority level P22 is the lowest.
Setting an interrupt trigger bit causes an interrupt to be asserted on the corresponding PIC’s interrupt channel for
as long as the bit is set. To use these bits effectively, the interrupt service routines should clear the interrupt trigger
bit early in the routine.
Note that for the internal PC/AT-compatible peripherals, and for many PCI peripherals, existing drivers in off-theshelf operating systems are not aware of these interrupt trigger bits. For peripherals with these kinds of interrupt
service routines, care must be taken not to set the interrupt trigger bits. If this occurs, the interrupt gets stuck in the
asserted state and the system loops in the interrupt service routine because the routine does not clear the trigger bit.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Interrupt Pin Polarity (INTPINPOL)
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D10h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
INTD_POL
INTC_POL
INTB_POL
INTA_POL
Reserved
GPINT10
_POL
GPINT9_
POL
GPINT8_
POL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
RSV
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
GPINT7_
POL
GPINT6_
POL
GPINT5_
POL
GPINT4_
POL
GPINT3_
POL
GPINT2_
POL
GPINT1_
POL
GPINT0_
POL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Register Description
This register determines the polarity to be used for each external interrupt source.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
INTD_POL
PCI Interrupt Request INTD Polarity
0 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
14
INTC_POL
PCI Interrupt Request INTC Polarity
0 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
13
INTB_POL
PCI Interrupt Request INTB Polarity
0 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
12
INTA_POL
PCI Interrupt Request INTA Polarity
0 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
11
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
10
GPINT10_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ10 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
9
GPINT9_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ9 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
8
GPINT8_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ8 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
7
GPINT7_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ7 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
6
Name
Function
GPINT6_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ6 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
5
GPINT5_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ5 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
4
GPINT4_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ4 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
3
GPINT3_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ3 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
2
GPINT2_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ2 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
1
GPINT1_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ1 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
0
GPINT0_POL
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQ0 Polarity
0 = Low-to-High transition or High-level-sensitive interrupt
1 = High-to-Low transition or Low-level-sensitive interrupt
Programming Notes
This register should be programmed only when the corresponding interrupt channel mask bits are enabled.
At system reset, the INTx_POL bits (bits 15–12 of this register, INTPINPOL) are cleared to enable the active Low
PCI interrupt to be used as a default so that no inversion is necessary for the PCI interrupt to be recognized correctly.
If the INTx pins are to be configured for use as general-purpose interrupt sources (as opposed to PCI interrupt
sources), then the correct polarity can be programmed as necessary using this register.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping (PCIHOSTMAP)
15
14
13
0
0
0
10
9
0
7
6
5
4
0
0
0
0
R/W
0
RSV
0
R/W
3
Reserved
Bit
8
PCI_NMI_
ENB
RSV
R/W
Reset
11
Reserved
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D14h
2
1
0
0
0
PCI_IRQ_MAP[4–0]
0
0
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register maps the internally-generated PCI host bridge interrupt to any of the desired interrupt channels or as
an NMI. It also enables the PCI Host Bridge NMI request as an NMI source.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–9
8
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
PCI_NMI_ENB
PCI Host Bridge NMI Enable
This bit enables the PCI Host Bridge NMI request as an NMI source.
0 = PCI Host Bridge NMI request disabled as an NMI source
1 = PCI Host Bridge NMI request enabled as an NMI source
This bit (PCI_NMI_ENB) has no effect on the PCI bus Host Bridge interrupt request, which
can configured to generate an NMI by setting the PCI_IRQ_MAP bit field to 11111b.
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
4– 0
PCI_IRQ_MAP
[4–0]
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping
The value in this 5-bit field maps the internally-generated PCI Host Bridge interrupt to one of
the following interrupt priority channels on the microcontroller or as an NMI.
00000 = Disables the internally-generated PCI interrupt from reaching the PIC
00001 = Priority P1 (Master PIC IR0) (Highest priority)
00010 = Priority P2 (Master PIC IR1)
00011 = Priority P3 (Slave 1 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR2)
00100 = Priority P4 (Slave 1 PIC IR1)
00101 = Priority P5 (Slave 1 PIC IR2)
00110 = Priority P6 (Slave 1 PIC IR3)
00111 = Priority P7 (Slave 1 PIC IR4)
01000 = Priority P8 (Slave 1 PIC IR5)
01001 = Priority P9 (Slave 1 PIC IR6)
01010 = Priority P10 (Slave 1 PIC IR7)
01011 = Priority P11 (Master PIC IR3)
01100 = Priority P12 (Master PIC IR4)
01101 = Priority P13 (Slave 2 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR5)
01110 = Priority P14 (Slave 2 PIC IR1)
01111 = Priority P15 (Slave 2 PIC IR2)
10000 = Priority P16 (Slave 2 PIC IR3)
10001 = Priority P17 (Slave 2 PIC IR4)
10010 = Priority P18 (Slave 2 PIC IR5)
10011 = Priority P19 (Slave 2 PIC IR6)
10100 = Priority P20 (Slave 2 PIC IR7)
10101 = Priority P21 (Master PIC IR6)
10110 = Priority P22 (Master PIC IR7) (Lowest priority)
10111–11110 = Disables the internally-generated PCI interrupt from reaching the PIC
11111 = NMI source
For example, if PCI_IRQ_MAP = 01101b, the PCI interrupt request is mapped to interrupt
priority P13 in the microcontroller. If PCI_IRQ_MAP = 00000b or any binary value from
10111–11110b, the PCI interrupt request is disabled from reaching the microcontroller’s PIC. If
this field is set to 11111b, then the PCI interrupt is routed and enabled as an NMI source.
If bit S2 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), the Slave 1 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the PCI_IRQ_MAP bit field to a value in the range 00100–01010b does not
pass the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this bit field is programmed to 00011b with
the S2 bit cleared, the PCI interrupt request is routed to the Master PIC IR2 input.
If bit S5 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), the Slave 2 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the PCI_IRQ_MAP bit field to a value in the range 01110–10100b does not
pass the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this field is programmed to 01101b with the
S5 bit cleared, the PCI interrupt request is routed to Master PIC IR5 input.
Programming Notes
This register should be programmed only when the corresponding interrupt channel mask bits are set in the PIC.
For NMIs, this register should be programmed only when bit NMI_ENB is cleared in the PICICR register (see page 12-4).
NMI_ENB can be set immediately after programming this register (PCIHOSTMAP) to allow NMIs to be passed to the CPU.
Programming more than one interrupt source to an interrupt channel results in interrupt sharing on that channel.
Programming more than one interrupt source as an NMI source results in NMI sharing on the CPU’s NMI input.
All interrupt and NMI sources can be found in the following register descriptions:
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Software Interrupt 16–1 Control, page 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control, page 12-13
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping, page 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping, page 12-19
Other interrupt mapping registers (30), page 12-21
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
ECC Interrupt Mapping (ECCMAP)
15
14
13
0
0
0
11
10
9
0
7
6
5
4
0
0
0
0
R/W
0
0
R/W
3
Reserved
Bit
8
ECC_NMI_
ENB
RSV
R/W
Reset
12
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset D18h
2
1
0
0
0
ECC_IRQ_MAP[4–0]
0
0
0
RSV
0
R/W
Register Description
This register maps the internally-generated ECC single-bit interrupt to any of the desired interrupt channels. It also
enables the ECC multi-bit error as an NMI source.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–9
8
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
ECC_NMI_
ENB
ECC NMI Enable
This bit enables the ECC multiple-bit error as an NMI source.
0 = ECC multiple-bit error disabled as an NMI source.
1 = ECC multiple-bit error enabled as an NMI source.
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
4– 0
ECC_IRQ_MAP
[4–0]
SDRAM ECC Interrupt Mapping
The value in this 5-bit field maps the internally-generated SDRAM ECC single-bit interrupt to
one of the following interrupt priority channels on the microcontroller.
00000 = Disables the internally-generated ECC interrupt from reaching the PIC
00001 = Priority P1 (Master PIC IR0) (Highest priority)
00010 = Priority P2 (Master PIC IR1)
00011 = Priority P3 (Slave 1 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR2)
00100 = Priority P4 (Slave 1 PIC IR1)
00101 = Priority P5 (Slave 1 PIC IR2)
00110 = Priority P6 (Slave 1 PIC IR3)
00111 = Priority P7 (Slave 1 PIC IR4)
01000 = Priority P8 (Slave 1 PIC IR5)
01001 = Priority P9 (Slave 1 PIC IR6)
01010 = Priority P10 (Slave 1 PIC IR7)
01011 = Priority P11 (Master PIC IR3)
01100 = Priority P12 (Master PIC IR4)
01101 = Priority P13 (Slave 2 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR5)
01110 = Priority P14 (Slave 2 PIC IR1)
01111 = Priority P15 (Slave 2 PIC IR2)
10000 = Priority P16 (Slave 2 PIC IR3)
10001 = Priority P17 (Slave 2 PIC IR4)
10010 = Priority P18 (Slave 2 PIC IR5)
10011 = Priority P19 (Slave 2 PIC IR6)
10100 = Priority P20 (Slave 2 PIC IR7)
10101 = Priority P21 (Master PIC IR6)
10110 = Priority P22 (Master PIC IR7) (Lowest priority)
10111–11111 = Disables the internally-generated ECC interrupt from reaching the PIC
For example, if ECC_IRQ_MAP = 01101b, the ECC interrupt request is mapped to interrupt
priority P13 in the microcontroller. If ECC_IRQ_MAP = 00000b or any binary value from
10111–11111b, the ECC interrupt request is disabled from reaching the microcontroller’s PIC.
The single-bit ECC interrupt request cannot be routed as a source for generating an NMI.
If bit S2 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), the Slave 1 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the ECC_IRQ_MAP bit field to a value in the range 00100–01010b does not
pass the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this bit field is programmed to 00011b with
the S2 bit cleared, the ECC interrupt request is routed to the Master PIC IR2 input.
If bit S5 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), the Slave 2 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the ECC_IRQ_MAP bit field to a value in the range 01110–10100b does not
pass the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this field is programmed to 01101b with the
S5 bit cleared, the ECC interrupt request is routed to Master PIC IR5 input.
Programming Notes
This register should be programmed only when the corresponding interrupt channel mask bits are set in the PIC.
For NMIs, this register should be programmed only when bit NMI_ENB is cleared in the PICICR register (see page 12-4).
NMI_ENB can be set immediately after programming this register (ECCMAP) to allow NMIs to be passed to the CPU.
Programming more than one interrupt source to an interrupt channel results in interrupt sharing on that channel.
Programming more than one interrupt source as an NMI source results in NMI sharing on the CPU’s NMI input.
All interrupt and NMI sources can be found in the following register descriptions:
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Software Interrupt 16–1 Control, page 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control, page 12-13
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping, page 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping, page 12-19
Other interrupt mapping registers (30), page 12-21
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Memory-Mapped
GP Timer 0 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR0MAP)
MMCR Offset D1Ah
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR1MAP)
MMCR Offset D1Bh
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Mapping (GPTMR2MAP)
MMCR Offset D1Ch
PIT 0 Interrupt Mapping (PIT0MAP)
MMCR Offset D20h
PIT 1 Interrupt Mapping (PIT1MAP)
MMCR Offset D21h
PIT 2 Interrupt Mapping (PIT2MAP)
MMCR Offset D22h
UART 1 Interrupt Mapping (UART1MAP)
MMCR Offset D28h
UART 2 Interrupt Mapping (UART2MAP)
MMCR Offset D29h
PCI Interrupt A Mapping (PCIINTAMAP)
MMCR Offset D30h
PCI Interrupt B Mapping (PCIINTBMAP)
MMCR Offset D31h
PCI Interrupt C Mapping (PCIINTCMAP)
MMCR Offset D32h
PCI Interrupt D Mapping (PCIINTDMAP)
MMCR Offset D33h
DMA Buffer Chaining Interrupt Mapping (DMABCINTMAP) MMCR Offset D40h
SSI Interrupt Mapping (SSIMAP)
MMCR Offset D41h
Watchdog Timer Interrupt Mapping (WDTMAP)
MMCR Offset D42h
RTC Interrupt Mapping (RTCMAP)
MMCR Offset D43h
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Mapping (WPVMAP)
MMCR Offset D44h
AMDebug™ Technology RX/TX Interrupt Mapping (ICEMAP)
MMCR Offset D45h
Floating Point Error Interrupt Mapping (FERRMAP)
MMCR Offset D46h
GPIRQ0 Interrupt Mapping (GP0IMAP)
MMCR Offset D50h
GPIRQ1 Interrupt Mapping (GP1IMAP)
MMCR Offset D51h
GPIRQ2 Interrupt Mapping (GP2IMAP)
MMCR Offset D52h
GPIRQ3 Interrupt Mapping (GP3IMAP)
MMCR Offset D53h
GPIRQ4 Interrupt Mapping (GP4IMAP)
MMCR Offset D54h
GPIRQ5 Interrupt Mapping (GP5IMAP)
MMCR Offset D55h
GPIRQ6 Interrupt Mapping (GP6IMAP)
MMCR Offset D56h
GPIRQ7 Interrupt Mapping (GP7IMAP)
MMCR Offset D57h
GPIRQ8 Interrupt Mapping (GP8IMAP)
MMCR Offset D58h
GPIRQ9 Interrupt Mapping (GP9IMAP)
MMCR Offset D59h
GPIRQ10 Interrupt Mapping (GP10IMAP)
MMCR Offset D5Ah
7
R/W
5
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
0
0
RSV
2
1
0
0
0
INT_MAP[4–0]
0
0
0
0
R/W
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Register Description
These registers map each of the interrupt sources (except for ECC and PCI Host Bridge interrupts, see page 12-19
and page 12-17, respectively) to their desired interrupt channel or NMI.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
4– 0
INT_MAP[4–0]
Interrupt Mapping
The value in this 5-bit field maps the interrupt source for the register to one of the following
interrupt priority channels on the microcontroller or as an NMI.
00000 = Disables the interrupt source as an input
00001 = Priority P1 (Master PIC IR0) (Highest priority)
00010 = Priority P2 (Master PIC IR1)
00011 = Priority P3 (Slave 1 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR2)
00100 = Priority P4 (Slave 1 PIC IR1)
00101 = Priority P5 (Slave 1 PIC IR2)
00110 = Priority P6 (Slave 1 PIC IR3)
00111 = Priority P7 (Slave 1 PIC IR4)
01000 = Priority P8 (Slave 1 PIC IR5)
01001 = Priority P9 (Slave 1 PIC IR6)
01010 = Priority P10 (Slave 1 PIC IR7)
01011 = Priority P11 (Master PIC IR3)
01100 = Priority P12 (Master PIC IR4)
01101 = Priority P13 (Slave 2 PIC IR0/Master PIC IR5)
01110 = Priority P14 (Slave 2 PIC IR1)
01111 = Priority P15 (Slave 2 PIC IR2)
10000 = Priority P16 (Slave 2 PIC IR3)
10001 = Priority P17 (Slave 2 PIC IR4)
10010 = Priority P18 (Slave 2 PIC IR5)
10011 = Priority P19 (Slave 2 PIC IR6)
10100 = Priority P20 (Slave 2 PIC IR7)
10101 = Priority P21 (Master PIC IR6)
10110 = Priority P22 (Master PIC IR7) (Lowest priority)
10111 – 11110 = Disables the interrupt source as an input
11111 = NMI source
For example, if INT_MAP = 01101b, the interrupt request is mapped to interrupt priority P13 in
the microcontroller. If INT_MAP = 00000b or any binary value from 10111–11110b, the
interrupt request is disabled from reaching the microcontroller’s PIC. If this field is set to
11111b, then the interrupt is routed to generate an NMI.
If bit S2 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), the Slave 1 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the INT_MAP bit field to a value in the range 00100–01010b does not pass
the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this bit field is programmed to 00011b with the
S2 bit cleared, the interrupt request is routed to the Master PIC IR2 input.
If bit S5 in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), the Slave 2 PIC is bypassed,
so programming the INT_MAP bit field to a value in the range 01110–10100b does not pass
the interrupt request to the CPU. However, if this field is programmed to 01101b with the S5
bit cleared, the interrupt request is routed to Master PIC IR5 input.
Programming Notes
This register should be programmed only when the corresponding interrupt channel mask bits are set in the PIC.
For NMIs, this register should be programmed only when bit NMI_ENB is cleared in the PICICR register (see page 12-4).
NMI_ENB can be set immediately after programming this mapping register to allow NMIs to be passed to the CPU.
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Programming more than one interrupt source to an interrupt channel results in interrupt sharing on that channel.
Programming more than one interrupt source as an NMI source results in NMI sharing on the CPU’s NMI input.
All interrupt and NMI sources can be found in the following register descriptions:
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■
■
■
Software Interrupt 16–1 Control, page 12-10
Software Interrupt 22–17/NMI Control, page 12-13
PCI Host Bridge Interrupt Mapping, page 12-17
ECC Interrupt Mapping, page 12-19
Other interrupt mapping registers (30), page 12-21
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Interrupt Request (MPICIR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0020h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IR7
IR6
IR5
IR4
IR3
IR2
IR1
IR0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register provides a real-time status of the interrupt request inputs to the Master PIC. This register latches all
incoming interrupt requests and provides individual status of the requests to be acknowledged.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IR7
Interrupt Request 7
0 = The IR7 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR7 input is asserted.
6
IR6
Interrupt Request 6
0 = The IR6 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR6 input is asserted.
5
IR5
Interrupt Request 5
0 = The IR5 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR5 input is asserted.
4
IR4
Interrupt Request 4
0 = The IR4 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR4 input is asserted.
3
IR3
Interrupt Request 3
0 = The IR3 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR3 input is asserted.
2
IR2
Interrupt Request 2
0 = The IR2 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR2 input is asserted.
1
IR1
Interrupt Request 1
0 = The IR1 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR1 input is asserted.
0
IR0
Interrupt Request 0
0 = The IR0 input to the Master PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR0 input is asserted.
Programming Notes
This register (MPICIR) is accessed by first writing a value of 0Ah to Port 0020h followed by a read-back from Port
0020h.
Because the Slave 1 PIC cascades into Channel 2 of the Master PIC, the IR2 bit is a real-time status indication that
one of the Slave 1 interrupt request inputs is asserted.
Because the Slave 2 PIC cascades into Channel 5 of the Master PIC, the IR5 bit is a real-time status indication that
one of the Slave 2 interrupt request inputs is asserted.
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Master PIC In-Service (MPICISR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0020h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IS7
IS6
IS5
IS4
IS3
IS2
IS1
IS0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register indicates the Master interrupt priority levels that are being serviced.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IS7
Interrupt Request 7 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 7 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 7 is being serviced.
6
IS6
Interrupt Request 6 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 6 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 6 is being serviced.
5
IS5
Interrupt Request 5 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 5 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 5 is being serviced.
4
IS4
Interrupt Request 4 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 4 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 4 is being serviced.
3
IS3
Interrupt Request 3 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 3 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 3 is being serviced.
2
IS2
Interrupt Request 2 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 2 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 2 is being serviced.
1
IS1
Interrupt Request 1 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 1 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 1 is being serviced.
0
IS0
Interrupt Request 0 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 0 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 0 is being serviced.
Programming Notes
This register (MPICISR) is accessed by first writing a value of 0Bh to Port 0020h followed by a read-back from Port
0020h.
Because the Slave 1 PIC cascades into Channel 2 of the Master PIC, the IS2 bit is asserted if any of the Slave 1
interrupt request levels is asserted.
Because the Slave 2 PIC cascades into Channel 5 of the Master PIC, the IS5 bit is asserted if any of the Slave 2
interrupt request levels is asserted.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (MPICICW1)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
RSV!
x
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0020h
4
3
2
1
0
SLCT_
ICW1
LTIM
ADI
SNGL
IC4
x
x
1
x
x
W
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This register is the first initialization register of the Master controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (MPICICW1) on
page 12-27.
SLCT_ICW1
Select ICW1
Software must set this bit to 1 when writing this address (Port 0020h) to access this register
(MPICICW1).
0 = The write does not access this register (MPICICW1). Instead, either the MPICOCW2
register (see page 12-28) or the MPICOCW3 register (see page 12-30) is written,
depending on the state of bit 3.
4
1 = The write accesses this register (MPICICW1). Subsequent writes to Port 0021h access
additional initialization control words. See the programming notes for this register
(MPICICW1) on page 12-27.
3
LTIM
Level-Triggered Interrupt Mode
This bit is the global interrupt mode selection for the Master PIC.
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
If the M_GINT_MODE bit in the PICICR register is set (see page 12-5), the LTIM bit
determines the interrupt mode for the Master PIC channels. If the M_GINT_MODE bit is
cleared, the Master LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Master PIC channel modes can be
programmed individually via the MPICMODE register (see page 12-6).
2
ADI
Address Interval
0 = Interrupt vectors are separated by eight locations (not valid in the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller).
1 = Interrupt vectors are separated by four locations.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this PC/AT-compatible bit (ADI) is internally fixed
to 1.
1
SNGL
Single PIC
0 = Cascade mode; MPICICW3 is expected.
1 = Single PIC in the system; MPICICW3 is not expected.
Setting this bit logically removes the Slave 1 and Slave 2 controllers from the Master PIC. This
routes the interrupt requests that were hooked to IR0 of the Slave 1 and Slave 2 controllers
directly to interrupt requests IR2 and IR5 of the Master PIC, respectively.
If this bit is set, then the internal register pointer skips MPICICW3 and points to MPICICW4 if
MPICICW4 was selected to be programmed via the IC4 bit. See the programming notes for
this register (MPICICW1) on page 12-27.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
IC4
Initialization Control Word 4
Software uses this bit to indicate whether it intends to explicitly program the MPICICW4
register (see page 12-35) after writing to the MPICICW3 register (see page 12-33). See the
programming notes on this page for details.
0 = The MPICICW4 register is initialized internally when this register (MPICICW1) is written.
The PIC does not expect software to write to the MPICICW4 register after writing to the
MPICICW3 register.
1 = The MPICICW4 register is not initialized by the write to this register (MPICICW1).
Software is expected to initialize the MPICICW4 register.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (MPICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0020h with bit 4 = 1 causes the MPICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal MPICICWx register pointer. Then MPICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential writes
to Port 0021h. Each time Port 0021h is written to (following the write to MPICICW1), the internal register pointer
points to the next MPICICWx register. MPICICW1 and MPICICW2 must always be programmed. The MPICICW3
register is skipped if the SNGL bit in MPICICW1 is 1. The MPICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in MPICICW1 is 0.
I/O Port 0020h provides access to different Master PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-3 provides
a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-3
Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0020h Register Written
Next Port 0020h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
MPICOCW2 (page 12-28)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
MPICOCW3 (page 12-30)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
MPICOCW3
MPICIR (page 12-24)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
MPICOCW3
MPICISR (page 12-25)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
MPICICW1 (page 12-26)
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Operation Control Word 2 (MPICOCW2)
7
5
R_SL_EOI[2–0]
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
x
W
4
3
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
x
x
W
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0020h
2
1
0
LS[2–0]
x
x
x
W
Register Description
This register provides control for various interrupt priority and end-of-interrupt (EOI) modes. It also controls write
access for this register (MPICOCW2) and for the MPICOCW3 and MPICICW1 registers (see page 12-30 and
page 12-26).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
R_SL_EOI[2–0]
Interrupt Request EOI and Priority Rotation Controls
000 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (clear)
001 = Nonspecific EOI
010 = No operation
011 = Specific EOI
100 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (set)
101 = Rotate on nonspecific EOI command
110 = Set priority command
111 = Rotate on specific EOI command
4
SLCT_ICW1
Select ICW1
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 0020h) to access either this
register (MPICOCW2) or the MPICOCW3 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (MPICOCW2) or the MPICOCW3 register (see
page 12-30), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-26).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must clear this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address
(Port 0020h) to access this register (MPICOCW2).
0 = The write accesses this register (MPICOCW2) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
1 = The write accesses the MPICOCW3 register (see page 12-30) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
2–0
LS[2–0]
Specific EOI Level Select
Interrupt level that is acted upon when the SL bit = 1 (see bits 7–5 of this register):
000 = IR0
001 = IR1
010 = IR2
011 = IR3
100 = IR4
101 = IR5
110 = IR6
111 = IR7
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Programming Notes
I/O Port 0020h provides access to different Master PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-4 provides
a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-4
Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-3)
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0020h Register Written
Next Port 0020h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
MPICOCW2 (page 12-28)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
MPICOCW3 (page 12-30)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
MPICOCW3
MPICIR (page 12-24)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
MPICOCW3
MPICISR (page 12-25)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
MPICICW1 (page 12-26)
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Operation Control Word 3 (MPICOCW3)
7
Bit
Reserved
x
Reset
R/W
6
5
ESMM_SMM[1–0]
1
RSV!
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0020h
4
3
2
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
P
x
W
x
x
x
W
W
W
1
0
RR_RIS[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register controls the PIC’s mask and poll modes. It also controls read access for the MPICIR and MPICISR
registers (see page 12-24 and page 12-25), and write access for this register (MPICOCW3) and for the MPICOCW2
and MPICICW1 registers (see page 12-28 and page 12-26).
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6–5
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (MPICOCW3) on
page 12-31.
ESMM_SMM
[1–0]
Special Mask Mode
00 = No operation
01 = No operation
10 = Reset special mask
11 =Set special mask
4
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 0020h) to access either this
register (MPICOCW3) or the MPICOCW2 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (MPICOCW3) or the MPICOCW2 register (see
page 12-28), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-26).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must set this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address (Port
0020h) to access this register (MPICOCW3).
0 = The write accesses the MPICOCW2 register (see page 12-28) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
1 = The write accesses this register (MPICOCW3) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
2
P
PIC Poll Command
A system designer can choose to use the PIC in a non-interrupting mode. In this case, the
interrupt controller can be polled for the status of pending interrupts. To support this PC/ATincompatible mode of operation, the PIC supports a special poll command that is invoked by
setting this bit.
0 = Not poll command
1 = Poll command
1–0
RR_RIS[1–0]
Status Register Select
00 = No change from last state
01 = No change from last state
10 = Next Port 0020h read returns the MPICIR register’s contents (see page 12-24).
11 = Next Port 0020h read returns the MPICISR register’s contents (see page 12-25).
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Programming Notes
I/O Port 0020h provides access to different Master PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-5 provides
a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-5
Master PIC I/O Port 0020h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-3)
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0020h Register Written
Next Port 0020h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
MPICOCW2 (page 12-28)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
MPICOCW3 (page 12-30)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
MPICOCW3
MPICIR (page 12-24)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
MPICOCW3
MPICISR (page 12-25)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
MPICICW1 (page 12-26)
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Master PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (MPICICW2)
7
6
4
3
2
T7–T3
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0021h
x
x
x
0
A10–A8
x
x
x
W
R/W
1
x
x
W
Register Description
This register is the second initialization register of the Master controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
T7–T3
Bits 7–3 of Base Interrupt Vector Number for this PIC
The PIC concatenates the T7–T3 bit field value to the 3-bit PIC interrupt request level (in the
bit 2–0 position) to form the interrupt vector.
For example, in a PC/AT-compatible system, bits T7–T3 for the Master PIC are programmed
to 00001b so the Master PIC IR0 channel generates an interrupt 08h vector (PC/AT IRQ0);
and bits T7–T3 for the Slave 1 PIC are programmed to 01110b so the Slave 1 PIC IR0
channel generates an interrupt 70h (PC/AT IRQ8).
2–0
A10–A8
A10–A8 of Interrupt Vector
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal operation. (It is always = 0 in a
PC/AT-compatible system.)
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (MPICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0020h with bit 4 = 1 causes the MPICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal MPICICWx register pointer. Then MPICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential writes
to Port 0021h. Each time Port 0021h is written to (following the write to MPICICW1), the internal register pointer
points to the next MPICICWx register. MPICICW1 and MPICICW2 must always be programmed. The MPICICW3
register is skipped if the SNGL bit in MPICICW1 is 1. The MPICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in MPICICW1 is 0.
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Master PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (MPICICW3)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0021h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
S7
S6
S5
S4
S3
S2
S1
S0
Reset
0
0
x
0
0
x
0
0
R/W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
Bit
Register Description
This register is the 3rd initialization register of the Master controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
S7
Channel 7 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR7 input
1 = IR7 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
6
S6
Channel 6 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR6 input
1 = IR6 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
5
S5
Channel 5 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR5 input
1 = IR5 input used for slave cascading
This bit allows the Slave 2 controller to be logically cascaded or removed from the Master
PIC. Since the output of the Slave 2 controller is hard-wired to interrupt channel 5 of the
Master PIC, this bit can be used to make the Slave 2 controller transparent to the user.
If this bit is set, Slave 2 controller is cascaded to the Master PIC. If this bit is cleared, Slave 2
is logically removed from the cascade chain. The interrupt request that is hooked to IR0 of the
Slave 2 controller is now routed directly to interrupt channel 5 of the Master PIC, bypassing
the Slave 2 controller. This is useful where fewer than eight interrupts are needed in a system.
In this case, a single EOI would need to be generated instead of two.
4
S4
Channel 4 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR4 input
1 = IR4 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
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Bit
3
Name
Function
S3
Channel 3 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR3 input
1 = IR3 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
2
S2
Channel 2 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR2 input
1 = IR2 input used for slave cascading
This bit allows the Slave 1 controller to be logically cascaded or removed from the Master
PIC. Since the output of the Slave 1 controller is hard-wired to interrupt channel 2 of the
Master PIC, this bit can be used to make the Slave 1 controller transparent to the user.
If this bit is set, Slave 1 controller is cascaded to the Master PIC. If this bit is cleared, Slave 1
is logically removed from the cascade chain. The interrupt request that is hooked to IR0 of the
Slave 1 controller is now routed directly to interrupt channel 2 of the Master PIC, bypassing
the Slave 1 controller. This is useful where fewer than eight interrupts are needed in a system.
In this case, a single EOI would need to be generated instead of two.
1
S1
Channel 1 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR1 input
1 = IR1 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
0
S0
Channel 0 Slave Cascade Select
0 = I/O device attached to IR0 input
1 = IR0 input used for slave cascading (not valid in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller)
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
Programming Notes
If bits S5 and S2 of this register (MPICICW3) are cleared, both the slave controllers are logically removed from the
cascade chain to the Master controller and only eight interrupt request priority levels are available to the user.
The PIC’s initialization control word (MPICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0020h with bit 4 = 1 causes the MPICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal MPICICWx register pointer. Then MPICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential writes
to Port 0021h. Each time Port 0021h is written to (following the write to MPICICW1), the internal register pointer
points to the next MPICICWx register. MPICICW1 and MPICICW2 must always be programmed. The MPICICW3
register is skipped if the SNGL bit in MPICICW1 is 1. The MPICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in MPICICW1 is 0.
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Master PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (MPICICW4)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
4
SFNM
x
RSV!
x
3
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0021h
2
BUF_M/S[1–0]
0
W
0
W
1
0
AEOI
PM
x
1
W
W
Register Description
This register is the fourth initialization register of the Master controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This bit field is write-only.
SFNM
Special Fully Nested Mode Enable
0 = Normal nested mode
4
1 = Special fully nested mode
3–2
BUF_M/S[1–0]
Buffered Mode and Master/Slave Select
00 = Non-buffered mode
01 = Non-buffered mode
10 = Buffered mode/slave
11 = Buffered mode/Master
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, these bits are internally fixed to 00b.
1
AEOI
Automatic EOI Mode
0 = Normal EOI: the interrupt handler must send an End of Interrupt command to the PIC(s).
1 = Auto EOI: the EOI is automatically performed after the second interrupt acknowledge signal
from the CPU.
0
PM
Microprocessor Mode
0 = 8080/8085 mode
1 = 8086 mode
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this PC/AT-compatible bit is internally fixed to 1.
Programming Notes
Initialization of this register is optional unless the IC4 bit is set in the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-27). If the IC4
bit is cleared, the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller uses 01h for the value of this register (MPICICW4).
The PIC’s initialization control word (MPICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0020h with bit 4 = 1 causes the MPICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal MPICICWx register pointer. Then MPICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential writes
to Port 0021h. Each time Port 0021h is written to (following the write to MPICICW1), the internal register pointer
points to the next MPICICWx register. MPICICW1 and MPICICW2 must always be programmed. The MPICICW3
register is skipped if the SNGL bit in MPICICW1 is 1. The MPICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in MPICICW1 is 0.
Note that AEOI mode is not supported by the Slave 1 PIC or Slave 2 PIC.
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Master PIC Interrupt Mask (MPICINTMSK)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0021h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IM7
IM6
IM5
IM4
IM3
IM2
IM1
IM0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides masking of individual interrupt requests for the Master controller. This register is also known
as Operation Control Word 1 in other PC/AT-compatible designs.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
IM7
IR7 Mask
0 = Unmask IR7
1 = Mask IR7
6
IM6
IR6 Mask
0 = Unmask IR6
1 = Mask IR6
5
IM5
IR5 Mask
0 = Unmask IR5
1 = Mask IR5
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is set (see page 12-33), setting the IM5 bit inhibits
interrupt requests assigned to Slave 2 controller inputs from reaching the CPU. Clearing this
bit allows interrupts from Slave 2 controller to be propagated to the CPU.
4
IM4
IR4 Mask
0 = Unmask IR4
1 = Mask IR4
3
IM3
IR3 Mask
0 = Unmask IR3
1 = Mask IR3
2
IM2
IR2 Mask
0 = Unmask IR2
1 = Mask IR2
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is set (see page 12-34), setting the IM2 bit inhibits
interrupt requests assigned to Slave 1 controller inputs from reaching the CPU. Clearing this
bit allows interrupts from Slave 1 controller to be propagated to the CPU.
1
IM1
IR1 Mask
0 = Unmask IR1
1 = Mask IR1
0
IM0
IR0 Mask
0 = Unmask IR0
1 = Mask IR0
Programming Notes
This register (MPICINTMSK) cannot be accessed during a Master PIC initialization control sequence, which is initiated
by setting the SLCT_ICW1 bit in the MPICICW1 register (see page 12-26). When the MPICICWx register initialization
sequence is not in effect, any read or write of Port 0021h accesses the MPICINTMSK register.
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Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Request (S2PICIR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0024h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IR7
IR6
IR5
IR4
IR3
IR2
IR1
IR0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register provides a real-time status of the interrupt request inputs to the Slave 2 PIC. This register latches all
incoming interrupt requests and provides individual status of the requests to be acknowledged.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IR7
Interrupt Request 7
0 = The IR7 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR7 input is asserted.
6
IR6
Interrupt Request 6
0 = The IR6 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR6 input is asserted.
5
IR5
Interrupt Request 5
0 = The IR5 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR5 input is asserted.
4
IR4
Interrupt Request 4
0 = The IR4 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR4 input is asserted.
3
IR3
Interrupt Request 3
0 = The IR3 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR3 input is asserted.
2
IR2
Interrupt Request 2
0 = The IR2 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR2 input is asserted.
1
IR1
Interrupt Request 1
0 = The IR1 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR1 input is asserted.
0
IR0
Interrupt Request 0
0 = The IR0 input to the Slave 2 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR0 input is asserted.
Programming Notes
This register (S2PICIR) is accessed by first writing a value of 0Ah to Port 0024h followed by a read-back from Port
0024h.
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and any
interrupt requests latched in this register (S2PICIR) are not propagated to the CPU.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Slave 2 PIC In-Service (S2PICISR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0024h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IS7
IS6
IS5
IS4
IS3
IS2
IS1
IS0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register indicates the Slave 2 interrupt priority levels that are being serviced.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IS7
Interrupt Request 7 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 7 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 7 is being serviced.
6
IS6
Interrupt Request 6 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 6 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 6 is being serviced.
5
IS5
Interrupt Request 5 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 5 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 5 is being serviced.
4
IS4
Interrupt Request 4 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 4 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 4 is being serviced.
3
IS3
Interrupt Request 3 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 3 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 3 is being serviced.
2
IS2
Interrupt Request 2 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 2 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 2 is being serviced.
1
IS1
Interrupt Request 1 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 1 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 1 is being serviced.
0
IS0
Interrupt Request 0 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 0 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 0 is being serviced.
Programming Notes
This register (S2PICISR) is accessed by first writing a value of 0Bh to Port 0024h followed by a read-back from Port
0024h.
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and
interrupt requests latched are not serviced.
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Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (S2PICICW1)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
RSV!
x
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0024h
4
3
2
1
0
SLCT_
ICW1
LTIM
ADI
SNGL
IC4
x
x
1
0
x
W
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This register is the first initialization register of the Slave 2 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (S2PICICW1) on
page 12-40.
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must set this bit to 1 when writing this address (Port 0024h) to access this register
(S2PICICW1).
0 = The write does not access this register (S2PICICW1). Instead, either the S2PICOCW2
register (see page 12-41) or the S2PICOCW3 register (see page 12-43) is written,
depending on the state of bit 3.
4
1 = The write accesses this register (S2PICICW1). Subsequent writes to Port 0025h access
additional initialization control words. See the programming notes for this register
(S2PICICW1) on page 12-40.
3
LTIM
Level-Triggered Interrupt Mode
This bit is the global interrupt mode selection for the Slave 2 PIC.
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
If the S2_GINT_MODE bit in the PICICR register is set (see page 12-4), the LTIM bit
determines the interrupt mode for the Slave 2 PIC channels. If the S2_GINT_MODE bit is
cleared, the Slave 2 LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Slave 2 PIC channel modes can be
programmed individually via the SL2PICMODE register (see page 12-9).
2
ADI
Address Interval
0 = Interrupt vectors are separated by eight locations.
1 = Interrupt vectors are separated by four locations.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this bit is internally fixed to 1.
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Bit
Name
Function
1
SNGL
Single PIC
0 = Cascade mode; S2PICICW3 is expected.
1 = Single PIC in the system; S2PICICW3 is not expected (not valid in the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller).
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
Because this bit is internally fixed to 0, software must always write the S2PICICW3 register
after writing S1PICICW2. See the programming notes on this page for details.
0
IC4
Initialization Control Word 4
Software uses this bit to indicate whether it intends to explicitly program the S2PICICW4
register (see page 12-47) after writing to the S2PICICW3 register (see page 12-46). See the
programming notes on this page for details.
0 = The S2PICICW4 register is initialized internally when this register (S2PICICW1) is written.
The PIC does not expect software to write to the S2PICICW4 register.
1 = The S2PICICW4 register is not initialized by the write to this register (S2PICICW1).
Software is expected to initialize the S2PICICW4 register after writing to the S2PICICW3
register.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S2PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0024h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S2PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S2PICICWx register pointer. Then, S2PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 0025h. Each time Port 0025h is written to (following the write to S2PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S2PICICWx register. S2PICICW1 and S2PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S2PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S2PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S2PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S2PICICW1 is 0.
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 0024h provides access to different Slave 2 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-6
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-6
Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary
Bits
12-40
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0024h Register Written
Next Port 0024h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S2PICOCW2 (page 12-41)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S2PICOCW3 (page 12-43)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S2PICOCW3
S2PICIR (page 12-37)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S2PICOCW3
S2PICISR (page 12-38)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S2PICICW1 (page 12-39)
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Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 2 (S2PICOCW2)
7
5
R_SL_EOI[2–0]
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
x
W
4
3
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
x
x
W
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0024h
2
1
0
LS[2–0]
x
x
x
W
Register Description
This register provides control for various interrupt priority and end-of-interrupt (EOI) modes. It also controls write
access for this register (S2PICOCW2) and for the S2PICOCW3 and S2PICICW1 registers (see page 12-43 and
page 12-39).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
R_SL_EOI[2–0]
Interrupt Request EOI and Priority Rotation Controls
000 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (clear)
001 = Nonspecific EOI
010 = No operation
011 = Specific EOI
100 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (set)
101 = Rotate on nonspecific EOI command
110 = Set priority command
111 = Rotate on specific EOI command
4
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 0024h) to access either this
register (S2PICOCW2) or the S2PICOCW3 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (S2PICOCW2) or the S2PICOCW3 register (see
page 12-43), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the S2PICICW1 register (see page 12-39).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must clear this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address
(Port 0024h) to access this register (S2PICOCW2).
0 = The write accesses this register (S2PICOCW2) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
1 = The write accesses the S2PICOCW3 register (see page 12-43) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
2–0
LS[2–0]
Specific EOI Level Select
Interrupt level that is acted upon when the SL bit = 1 (see bits 7–5 of this register):
000 = IR0
001 = IR1
010 = IR2
011 = IR3
100 = IR4
101 = IR5
110 = IR6
111 = IR7
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Programming Notes
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 0024h provides access to different Slave 2 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-7
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-7
Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-6)
Bits
12-42
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0024h Register Written
Next Port 0024h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S2PICOCW2 (page 12-41)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S2PICOCW3 (page 12-43)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S2PICOCW3
S2PICIR (page 12-37)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S2PICOCW3
S2PICISR (page 12-38)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S2PICICW1 (page 12-39)
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Slave 2 PIC Operation Control Word 3 (S2PICOCW3)
7
Bit
Reserved
x
Reset
R/W
6
5
ESMM_SMM[1–0]
1
RSV!
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0024h
4
3
2
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
P
x
W
x
x
x
W
W
W
1
0
RR_RIS[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register controls the PIC’s mask and poll modes. It also controls read access for the S2PICIR and S2PICISR
registers (see page 12-37 and page 12-38), and write access for this register (S2PICOCW3) and for the S2PICOCW2
and S2PICICW1 registers (see page 12-41 and page 12-39).
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6–5
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (S2PICOCW3) on
page 12-44.
ESMM_SMM
[1–0]
Special Mask Mode
00 = No operation
01 = No operation
10 = Reset special mask
11 =Set special mask
4
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 0024h) to access either this
register (S2PICOCW3) or the S2PICOCW2 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (S2PICOCW3) or the S2PICOCW2 register (see
page 12-41), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the S2PICICW1 register (see page 12-39).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must set this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address (Port
0024h) to access this register (S2PICOCW3).
0 = The write accesses the S2PICOCW2 register (see page 12-41) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
1 = The write accesses this register (S2PICOCW3) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
2
P
PIC Poll Command
A system designer can choose to use the PIC in a non-interrupting mode. In this case, the
interrupt controller can be polled for the status of pending interrupts. To support this mode of
operation, the PIC supports a special poll command that is invoked by setting this bit.
0 = Not poll command
1 = Poll command
1–0
RR_RIS[1–0]
Status Register Select
00 = No change from last state
01 = No change from last state
10 = Next Port 0024h read returns the S2PICIR register’s contents (see page 12-37).
11 = Next Port 0024h read returns in the S2PICISR register’s contents (see page 12-38).
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Programming Notes
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 0024h provides access to different Slave 2 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-8
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-8
Slave 2 PIC I/O Port 0024h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-6)
Bits
12-44
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 0024h Register Written
Next Port 0024h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S2PICOCW2 (page 12-41)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S2PICOCW3 (page 12-43)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S2PICOCW3
S2PICIR (page 12-37)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S2PICOCW3
S2PICISR (page 12-38)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S2PICICW1 (page 12-39)
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Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (S2PICICW2)
7
6
4
3
2
T7–T3
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0025h
x
x
x
0
A10–A8
x
x
x
W
R/W
1
x
x
W
Register Description
This register is the second initialization register of the Slave 2 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
T7–T3
Bits 7–3 of Base Interrupt Vector Number for this PIC
The PIC concatenates the T7–T3 bit field value to the 3-bit PIC interrupt request level (in the
bit 2–0 position) to form the interrupt vector.
For example, if bits T7–T3 are programmed to 11110b, the IR0 channel generates an interrupt
F0h vector.
2–0
A10–A8
A10–A8 of Interrupt Vector
Software should write these to 0.
Programming Notes
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
The PIC’s initialization control word (S2PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0024h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S2PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S2PICICWx register pointer. Then, S2PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 0025h. Each time Port 0025h is written to (following the write to S2PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S2PICICWx register. S2PICICW1 and S2PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S2PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S2PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S2PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S2PICICW1 is 0.
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Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (S2PICICW3)
7
6
4
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0025h
x
x
x
0
ID2–ID0
x
x
1
RSV!
R/W
1
0
1
W
Register Description
This register is the third initialization register of the Slave 2 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This bit field is write-only.
2–0
ID2–ID0
Slave 2 PIC ID 2–0
These bits contain the binary Slave 2 PIC ID (000b–111b) that the PIC responds to on the
cascade bus.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, these bits are internally fixed to 101b.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S2PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0024h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S2PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S2PICICWx register pointer. Then, S2PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 0025h. Each time Port 0025h is written to (following the write to S2PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S2PICICWx register. S2PICICW1 and S2PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S2PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S2PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S2PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S2PICICW1 is 0.
If the S5 bit is set in the MPICICW3 register (see page 12-33), a write to this register (S2PICICW3) is always expected
in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller because the SNGL bit is fixed to 0 in the S2PICICW1 register (page 12-40).
If the S5 bit is cleared in the MPICICW3 register, then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and the value of this register
(S2PICICW3) has no effect.
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Slave 2 PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (S2PICICW4)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
RSV!
4
SFNM
x
x
W
3
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0025h
2
BUF_M/S[1–0]
0
0
W
1
0
AEOI
PM
0
1
W
W
Register Description
This register is the fourth initialization register of the Slave 2 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This bit field is write-only.
SFNM
Special Fully Nested Mode Enable
0 = Normal nested mode
1 = Special fully nested mode
BUF_M/S[1–0]
Buffered Mode and Master/Slave Select
00 = Non buffered mode
01 = Non buffered mode
10 = Buffered mode/Slave
11 = Buffered mode/Master
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, these bits are internally fixed to 00b.
1
AEOI
Automatic EOI Mode
0 = Normal EOI: the interrupt handler must send an End of Interrupt command to the PIC(s).
1 = Auto EOI: the EOI is automatically performed after the second interrupt acknowledge
signal from the CPU.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0. The Slave 1 PIC and Slave 2
PIC do not support automatic EOI mode.
0
PM
Microprocessor Mode
0 = 8080/8085 mode
1 = 8086 mode
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this bit is internally fixed to 1.
4
3–2
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S2PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
0024h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S2PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S2PICICWx register pointer. Then, S2PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 0025h. Each time Port 0025h is written to (following the write to S2PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S2PICICWx register. S2PICICW1 and S2PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S2PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S2PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S2PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S2PICICW1 is 0.
Software is expected to initialize this register (S2PICICW4) if the IC4 bit is set in the S2PICICW1 register (see
page 12-40). If the IC4 bit is cleared, the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller uses 01h for the value of this register (S2PICICW4).
However, if the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed
and the value of this register (S2PICICW4) has no effect.
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Slave 2 PIC Interrupt Mask (S2PICINTMSK)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0025h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IM7
IM6
IM5
IM4
IM3
IM2
IM1
IM0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides masking of individual interrupt requests for the Slave 2 controller. This register is also known
as Operation Control Word 1 in other PC/AT-compatible designs.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IM7
IR7 Mask
0 = Unmask IR7
1 = Mask IR7
6
IM6
IR6 Mask
0 = Unmask IR6
1 = Mask IR6
5
IM5
IR5 Mask
0 = Unmask IR5
1 = Mask IR5
4
IM4
IR4 Mask
0 = Unmask IR4
1 = Mask IR4
3
IM3
IR3 Mask
0 = Unmask IR3
1 = Mask IR3
2
IM2
IR2 Mask
0 = Unmask IR2
1 = Mask IR2
1
IM1
IR1 Mask
0 = Unmask IR1
1 = Mask IR1
0
IM0
IR0 Mask
0 = Unmask IR0
1 = Mask IR0
Programming Notes
If the S5 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-33), then the Slave 2 controller is bypassed and the
value of this register (S2PICINTMSK) has no effect.
This register (S2PICINTMSK) cannot be accessed during a Slave 2 PIC initialization control sequence, which is
initiated by setting the SLCT_ICW1 bit in the S2PICICW1 register (see page 12-39).
When the S2PICICWx register initialization sequence is not in effect, any read or write of Port 0025h accesses the
S2PICINTMSK register.
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Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Request (S1PICIR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A0h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IR7
IR6
IR5
IR4
IR3
IR2
IR1
IR0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register provides a real-time status of the interrupt request inputs to the Slave 1 PIC. This register latches all
incoming interrupt requests and provides individual status of the requests to be acknowledged.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IR7
Interrupt Request 7
0 = The IR7 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR7 input is asserted.
6
IR6
Interrupt Request 6
0 = The IR6 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR6 input is asserted.
5
IR5
Interrupt Request 5
0 = The IR5 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR5 input is asserted.
4
IR4
Interrupt Request 4
0 = The IR4 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR4 input is asserted.
3
IR3
Interrupt Request 3
0 = The IR3 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR3 input is asserted.
2
IR2
Interrupt Request 2
0 = The IR2 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR2 input is asserted.
1
IR1
Interrupt Request 1
0 = The IR1 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR1 input is asserted.
0
IR0
Interrupt Request 0
0 = The IR0 input to the Slave 1 PIC is not asserted.
1 = The IR0 input is asserted.
Programming Notes
This register (S1PICIR) is accessed by first writing a value of 0Ah to Port 00A0h followed by a read-back from Port
00A0h.
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and any
interrupt requests latched in this register (S1PICIR) are not propagated to the CPU.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Slave 1 PIC In-Service (S1PICISR)
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A0h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IS7
IS6
IS5
IS4
IS3
IS2
IS1
IS0
Reset
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
Bit
Register Description
This register indicates the Slave 1 interrupt priority levels that are being serviced.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IS7
Interrupt Request 7 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 7 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 7 is being serviced.
6
IS6
Interrupt Request 6 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 6 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 6 is being serviced.
5
IS5
Interrupt Request 5 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 5 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 5 is being serviced.
4
IS4
Interrupt Request 4 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 4 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 4 is being serviced.
3
IS3
Interrupt Request 3 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 3 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 3 is being serviced.
2
IS2
Interrupt Request 2 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 2 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 2 is being serviced.
1
IS1
Interrupt Request 1 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 1 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 1 is being serviced.
0
IS0
Interrupt Request 0 In-Service
0 = Interrupt request 0 is not being serviced.
1 = Interrupt request 0 is being serviced.
Programming Notes
This register (S1PICISR) is accessed by writing a value of 0Bh to Port 00A0h followed by a read back from Port 00A0h.
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and
interrupt requests latched are not serviced.
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Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 1 (S1PICICW1)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
RSV!
x
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A0h
4
3
2
1
0
SLCT_
ICW1
LTIM
ADI
SNGL
IC4
x
x
1
0
x
W
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This register is the first initialization register of the Slave 1 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (S1PICICW1) on
page 12-52.
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must set this bit to 1 when writing this address (Port 00A0h) to access this register
(S1PICICW1).
0 = The write does not access this register (S1PICICW1). Instead, either the S1PICOCW2
register (see page 12-53) or the S1PICOCW3 register (see page 12-55) is written,
depending on the state of bit 3.
4
1 = The write accesses this register (S1PICICW1). Subsequent writes to Port 00A1h access
additional initialization control words. See the programming notes for this register
(S1PICICW1) on page 12-52.
3
LTIM
Level-Triggered Interrupt Mode
This bit is the global interrupt mode selection for the Slave 1 PIC.
0 = Edge-sensitive interrupt request detection
1 = Level-sensitive interrupt request detection
If the S1_GINT_MODE bit in the PICICR register is set (see page 12-5), the LTIM bit
determines the interrupt mode for the Slave 1 PIC channels. If the S1_GINT_MODE bit is
cleared, the Slave 1 LTIM bit has no meaning, and the Slave 1 PIC channel modes can be
programmed individually via the SL1PICMODE register (see page 12-8).
2
ADI
Address Interval
0 = Interrupt vectors are separated by eight locations.
1 = Interrupt vectors are separated by four locations.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this PC/AT-compatible bit is internally fixed to 1.
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Bit
Name
Function
1
SNGL
Single PIC
0 = Cascade mode; S1PICICW3 is expected.
1 = Single PIC in the system; S1PICICW3 is not expected (not valid in the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller).
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this bit is internally fixed to 0.
Because this bit is internally fixed to 0, software must always write the S1PICICW3 register
after writing S1PICICW2. See the programming notes on this page for details.
0
IC4
Initialization Control Word 4
Software uses this bit to indicate whether it intends to explicitly program the S1PICICW4
register (see page 12-59) after writing to the S1PICICW3 register (see page 12-58). See the
programming notes on this page for details.
0 = The S1PICICW4 register is initialized internally when this register (S1PICICW1) is written.
The PIC does not expect software to write to the S1PICICW4 register.
1 = The S1PICICW4 register is not initialized by the write to this register (S1PICICW1).
Software is expected to initialize the S1PICICW4 register after writing to the S1PICICW3
register.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S1PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
00A0h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S1PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S1PICICWx register pointer. Then, S1PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 00A1h. Each time Port 00A1h is written to (following the write to S1PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S1PICICWx register. S1PICICW1 and S1PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S1PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S1PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S1PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S1PICICW1 is 0.
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 00A0h provides access to different Slave 1 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-9
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-9
Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary
Bits
12-52
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 00A0h Register Written
Next Port 00A0h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S1PICOCW2 (page 12-53)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S1PICOCW3 (page 12-55)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S1PICOCW3
S1PICIR (page 12-49)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S1PICOCW3
S1PICISR (page 12-50)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S1PICICW1 (page 12-51)
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 2 (S1PICOCW2)
7
5
R_SL_EOI[1–0]
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
x
W
4
3
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
x
x
W
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A0h
2
1
0
LS[2–0]
x
x
x
W
Register Description
This register provides control for various interrupt priority and end-of-interrupt (EOI) modes. It also controls write
access for this register (S1PICOCW2) and for the S1PICOCW3 and S1PICICW1 registers (see page 12-55 and
page 12-51).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
R_SL_EOI[1–0]
Interrupt Request EOI and Priority Rotation Controls
000 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (clear)
001 = Nonspecific EOI
010 = No operation
011 = Specific EOI
100 = Rotate in auto EOI mode (set)
101 = Rotate on nonspecific EOI command
110 = Set priority command
111 = Rotate on specific EOI command
4
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 00A0h) to access either this
register (S1PICOCW2) or the S1PICOCW3 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (S1PICOCW2) or the S1PICOCW3 register (see
page 12-55), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the S1PICICW1 register (see page 12-51).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must clear this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address
(Port 00A0h) to access this register (S1PICOCW2).
0 = The write accesses this register (S1PICOCW2) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
1 = The write accesses the S1PICOCW3 register (see page 12-55) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
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Programmable Interrupt Controller Registers
Bit
Name
Function
2–0
LS[2–0]
Specific EOI Level Select
Interrupt level that is acted upon when the SL bit = 1 (see bits 7–5] below:
000 = IR0
001 = IR1
010 = IR2
011 = IR3
100 = IR4
101 = IR5
110 = IR6
111 = IR7
Programming Notes
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 00A0h provides access to different Slave 1 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-10
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-10
Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-9)
Bits
7
12-54
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 00A0h Register Written
Next Port 00A0h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S1PICOCW2 (page 12-53)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S1PICOCW3 (page 12-55)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S1PICOCW3
S1PICIR (page 12-49)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S1PICOCW3
S1PICISR (page 12-50)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S1PICICW1 (page 12-51)
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Slave 1 PIC Operation Control Word 3 (S1PICOCW3)
7
Bit
Reserved
x
Reset
R/W
6
5
ESMM_SMM[1–0]
1
RSV!
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A0h
4
3
2
SLCT_
ICW1
IS_OCW3
P
x
W
x
x
x
W
W
W
1
0
RR_RIS[1–0]
x
x
W
Register Description
This register controls the PIC’s mask and poll modes. It also controls read access for the S1PICIR and S1PICISR
registers (see page 12-49 and page 12-50), and write access for this register (S1PICOCW3) and for the S1PICOCW2
and S1PICICW1 registers (see page 12-53 and page 12-51).
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6–5
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This I/O address changes
functions when read. See the programming notes for this register (S1PICICW1) on
page 12-56.
ESMM_SMM
[1–0]
Special Mask Mode
00 = No operation
01 = No operation
10 = Reset special mask
11 =Set special mask
4
SLCT_ICW1
Initialization Control Word 1 Select
Software must clear this bit to 0 when writing this address (Port 00A0h) to access either this
register (S1PICOCW3) or the S1PICOCW2 register.
0 = The write accesses either this register (S1PICOCW3) or the S1PICOCW2 register (see
page 12-53), depending on the state of bit 3.
1 = The write accesses the S1PICICW1 register (see page 12-51).
3
IS_OCW3
Access is OCW3
Software must set this bit (IS_OCW3) and clear SLCT_ICW1 when writing this address (Port
00A0h) to access this register (S1PICOCW3).
0 = The write accesses the S1PICOCW2 register (see page 12-53) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is
cleared.
1 = The write accesses this register (S1PICOCW3) if the SLCT_ICW1 bit is cleared.
2
P
PIC Poll Command
A system designer can choose to use the PIC in a non-interrupting mode. In this case, the
interrupt controller can be polled for the status of pending interrupts. To support this PC/ATincompatible mode of operation, the PIC supports a special poll command that is invoked by
setting this bit.
0 = Not poll command
1 = Poll command
1–0
RR_RIS[1–0]
Status Register Select
00 = No change from last state
01 = No change from last state
10 = Next Port 00A0h read returns the S1PICIR register’s contents (see page 12-49).
11 = Next Port 00A0h read returns the S1PICISR register’s contents (see page 12-50).
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Programming Notes
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
I/O Port 00A0h provides access to different Slave 1 PIC registers based on the data that is written. Table 12-11
provides a summary of bit patterns to write for access to each register.
Table 12-11
Slave 1 PIC I/O Port 00A0h Access Summary (Same as Table 12-9)
Bits
12-56
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Port 00A0h Register Written
Next Port 00A0h Read Returns
x
x
x
0
0
x
x
x
S1PICOCW2 (page 12-53)
—
0
x
x
0
1
x
0
x
S1PICOCW3 (page 12-55)
—
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
S1PICOCW3
S1PICIR (page 12-49)
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
S1PICOCW3
S1PICISR (page 12-50)
0
0
0
1
x
x
x
x
S1PICICW1 (page 12-51)
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Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 2 (S1PICICW2)
7
6
4
3
2
T7–T3
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A1h
x
x
x
0
A10–A8
x
x
x
W
R/W
1
x
x
W
Register Description
This register is the second initialization register of the Slave 1 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
T7–T3
Bits 7–3 of Base Interrupt Vector Number for this PIC
The PIC concatenates the T7–T3 bit field value to the 3-bit PIC interrupt request level (in the
bit 2–0 position) to form the interrupt vector.
For example, in a PC/AT-compatible system, bits T7–T3 for the Master PIC are programmed
to 00001b so the Master PIC IR0 channel generates an interrupt 08h vector (PC/AT IRQ0);
and bits T7–T3 for the Slave 1 PIC are programmed to 01110b so the Slave 1 PIC IR0
channel generates an interrupt 70h (PC/AT IRQ8).
2–0
A10–A8
A10–A8 of Interrupt Vector
This bit field should always be written to 0 for normal operation. (It is always 0 in a
PC/AT-compatible system.)
Programming Notes
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and
programming this register does not affect other registers.
The PIC’s initialization control word (S1PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
00A0h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S1PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S1PICICWx register pointer. Then, S1PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 00A1h. Each time Port 00A1h is written to (following the write to S1PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S1PICICWx register. S1PICICW1 and S1PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S1PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S1PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S1PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S1PICICW1 is 0.
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Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 3 (S1PICICW3)
7
6
4
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A1h
x
x
R/W
x
1
0
ID2–ID0
x
x
0
RSV!
1
0
W
Register Description
This register is the third initialization register of the Slave 1 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This bit field is write-only.
2–0
ID2–ID0
Slave 1 PIC ID 2–0
These bits contain the binary Slave 1PIC ID (000b–111b) that the PIC responds to on the
cascade bus.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, these bits are internally fixed to 010b.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S1PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
00A0h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S1PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S1PICICWx register pointer. Then, S1PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 00A1h. Each time Port 00A1h is written to (following the write to S1PICICW1), the internal register
pointer points to the next S1PICICWx register. S1PICICW1 and S1PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also,
the S1PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S1PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S1PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S1PICICW1 is 0.
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), a write to this register (S1PICICW3) is always
expected in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller because the SNGL bit is fixed to 0 in the S1PICICW1 register
(page 12-52).
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared, then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and the value of this register
(S1PICICW3) has no effect.
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Slave 1 PIC Initialization Control Word 4 (S1PICICW4)
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
x
R/W
x
4
SFNM
x
RSV!
x
W
3
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A1h
2
BUF_M/S[1–0]
0
0
W
1
0
AEOI
PM
0
1
W
W
Register Description
This register is the fourth initialization register of the Slave 1 controller.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation. This bit field is write-only.
SFNM
Special Fully Nested Mode Enable
0 = Normal nested mode
1 = Special fully nested mode
For PC/AT compatibility, this bit should be programmed as 0.
BUF_M/S[1–0]
Buffered Mode and Master/Slave Select
00 = Non buffered mode
01 = Non buffered mode
10 = Buffered mode/Slave
11 = Buffered mode/Master
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, these PC/AT-compatible bits are internally fixed to 00b.
AEOI
Automatic EOI Mode
0 = Normal EOI: the interrupt handler must send an End of Interrupt command to the PIC(s).
4
3–2
1
1 = Auto EOI: the EOI is automatically performed after the second interrupt acknowledge signal
from the CPU.
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller, this bit is internally fixed to 0. The Slave 1 PIC and Slave 2
PIC do not support automatic EOI mode.
0
PM
Microprocessor Mode
0 = 8080/8085 mode
1 = 8086 mode
In the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller design, this PC/AT-compatible bit is internally fixed to 1.
Programming Notes
The PIC’s initialization control word (S1PICICWx) registers 1–4 must be programmed in sequence. Writing to Port
00A0h with bit 4 = 1 causes the S1PICICW1 register to be written and also resets the PIC’s internal state machine
and the internal S1PICICWx register pointer. Then, S1PICICWx registers 2–4 can be programmed by sequential
writes to Port 00A1h. Each time Port 00A1h is written (following the write to S1PICICW1), the internal register pointer
points to the next S1PICICWx register. S1PICICW1 and S1PICICW2 must always be programmed. Also, the
S1PICICW3 register must always be programmed in this design because the SNGL bit in S1PICICW1 is internally
fixed to 0. The S1PICICW4 register is skipped if the IC4 bit in S1PICICW1 is 0.
Software is expected to initialize this register (S1PICICW4) if the IC4 bit is set in the S1PICICW1 register (see
page 12-52). If the IC4 bit is cleared, the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller uses 01h for the value of this register (S1PICICW4).
However, if the S2 bit is cleared in the MPICICW3 register (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed
and programming this register (S1PICICW4) does not affect other registers.
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Slave 1 PIC Interrupt Mask (S1PICINTMSK)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00A1h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IM7
IM6
IM5
IM4
IM3
IM2
IM1
IM0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register provides masking of individual interrupt requests for the Slave 1 controller. This register is also known
as Operation Control Word 1 in other PC/AT-compatible designs.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
IM7
IR7 Mask
0 = Unmask IR7
1 = Mask IR7
6
IM6
IR6 Mask
0 = Unmask IR6
1 = Mask IR6
5
IM5
IR5 Mask
0 = Unmask IR5
1 = Mask IR5
4
IM4
IR4 Mask
0 = Unmask IR4
1 = Mask IR4
3
IM3
IR3 Mask
0 = Unmask IR3
1 = Mask IR3
2
IM2
IR2 Mask
0 = Unmask IR2
1 = Mask IR2
1
IM1
IR1 Mask
0 = Unmask IR1
1 = Mask IR1
0
IM0
IR0 Mask
0 = Unmask IR0
1 = Mask IR0
Programming Notes
If the S2 bit in the MPICICW3 register is cleared (see page 12-34), then the Slave 1 controller is bypassed and the
value of this register (S1PICINTMSK) has no effect.
This register (S1PICINTMSK) cannot be accessed during a Slave 1 PIC initialization control sequence, which is
initiated by setting the SLCT_ICW1 bit in the S1PICICW1 register (see page 12-51).
When the S1PICICWx register initialization sequence is not in effect, any read or write of Port 00A1h accesses the
S1PICINTMSK register.
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Floating Point Error Interrupt Clear (FPUERRCLR)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
FPUERR_RST
Bit
Reset
4
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 00F0h
0
0
0
0
0
W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to clear the Am5x86 CPU floating point unit (FPU) error interrupt request for DOS-compatible
error handling.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
FPUERR_RST
Clear FPU Error Interrupt Request
Any write to this register address clears the interrupt request that is generated by an Am5x86
CPU floating point unit error. (The CPU asserts the ferr signal internally.) At the conclusion of
the write to this register, the CPU’s ignne signal is asserted internally to allow non-control
instructions to be executed. This function is provided for systems that require DOScompatible FPU error handling.
Programming Notes
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13
13.1
PROGRAMMABLE INTERVAL TIMER
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the programmable interval timer (PIT) registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
There are three PIT channels. The PIT module is one of four ÉlanSC520 microcontroller
timer modules. The other timer modules are described in the following chapters:
■ Chapter 15, “Software Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 14, “General-Purpose Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 16, “Watchdog Timer Registers”
The PIT register set consists of 10 direct-mapped I/O registers used to configure, control,
and read status for the three PIT channels. It also includes the System Control Port B
(SYSCTLB), which provides certain PIT-related functions. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the PIT channels.
Table 13-1 lists the PIT registers in offset order, with the corresponding description’s page
number.
13.2
REGISTERS
Table 13-1
Programmable Interval Timer Direct-Mapped Registers
Mnemonic
PIT Channel 0 Count
PIT0CNT
0040h
page 13-2
PIT Channel 1 Count
PIT1CNT
0041h
page 13-3
PIT Channel 2 Count
PIT2CNT
0042h
page 13-4
PIT 0 Status
PIT0STA
0040h
page 13-5
PIT 1 Status
PIT1STA
0041h
page 13-5
PIT 2 Status
PIT2STA
0042h
page 13-5
PIT Mode Control
PITMODECTL
0043h
page 13-7
PIT Counter Latch Command
PITCNTLAT
0043h
page 13-10
PIT Read-Back Command
PITRDBACK
0043h
page 13-11
System Control Port B
SYSCTLB
0061h
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Page
Number
Register Name
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Programmable Interval Timer Registers
PIT Channel 0 Count (PIT0CNT)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
CH0_CNT[15–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0040h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register stores the current count values for PIT Channel 0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
CH0_CNT[15–0]
16-bit Counter for Programmable Interval Timer, Channel 0
This bit field provides read or write access to either the counter high byte only, low byte
only, or low byte followed by high byte, as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of
the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-7).
Either a latched or unlatched (free-running) count value can be read from this bit field
(CH0_CNT). A latched count can be read immediately after a counter latch command is
issued via the PITCNTLAT register (see page 13-10). After the one or two bytes of
latched count data are read, subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
A latched count can also be read immediately following a read-back command, issued
via the PITRDBACK register, in which the LCNT bit is 0 and the CNT0 bit is 1 (see
page 13-11). In this case also, after the one or two bytes of latched count are read,
subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
Programming Notes
If a read-back command is issued by writing the PITRDBACK register with the LSTAT bit clear and the CNT0 bit set
(see page 13-11), the subsequent read to this address (Port 0040h) returns the PIT0STA register status byte (see
page 13-5). If a read-back command is issued in which PITRDBACK register bits LSTAT and LCNT are clear and
bit CNT0 is set, the first subsequent read from this address (Port 0040h) returns the status byte, and the following
one or two reads return latched count data as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL register
(see page 13-7).
This counter can be configured for either binary-coded decimal (BCD) or 16-bit binary operation via the PITMODECTL
register’s BCD bit (see page 13-8). The counter range is 0–FFFFh in binary mode or 0–9999d in BCD. However,
the maximum value in either mode can be achieved by clearing this register (PIT0CNT) to 0.
All three PIT counters run at the same rate. If the CLK_PIN_DIR bit is 0 in the CLKSEL register (see page 20-9), the
CLKTIMER input signal drives the PIT counters. Otherwise the PIT counters run at 1.1892 MHz.
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PIT Channel 1 Count (PIT1CNT)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
CH1_CNT[15–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0041h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register stores the current count values for PIT Channel 1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
CH1_CNT[15–0]
16-bit Counter for Programmable Interval Timer, Channel 1
This bit field provides read or write access to either the counter high byte only, low byte
only, or low byte followed by high byte, as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of
the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-7).
Either a latched or unlatched (free-running) count value can be read from this bit field
(CH1_CNT). A latched count can be read immediately after a counter latch command is
issued via the PITCNTLAT register (see page 13-10). After the one or two bytes of
latched count data are read, subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
A latched count can also be read immediately following a read-back command, issued
via the PITRDBACK register, in which the LCNT bit is 0 and the CNT1 bit is 1 (see
page 13-11). In this case also, after the one or two bytes of latched count are read,
subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
Programming Notes
If a read-back command is issued by writing the PITRDBACK register with the LSTAT bit clear and the CNT1 bit set
(see page 13-11), the subsequent read to this address (Port 0041h) returns the PIT1STA register status byte (see
page 13-5). If a read-back command is issued in which PITRDBACK register bits LSTAT and LCNT are clear and
bit CNT1 is set, the first subsequent read from this address (Port 0041h) returns the status byte, and the following
one or two reads return latched count data as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL register
(see page 13-7).
This counter can be configured for either binary-coded decimal (BCD) or 16-bit binary operation via the PITMODECTL
register’s BCD bit (see page 13-8). The counter range is 0–FFFFh in binary mode or 0–9999d in BCD. However,
the maximum value in either mode can be achieved by clearing this register (PIT1CNT) to 0.
All three PIT counters run at the same rate. If the CLK_PIN_DIR bit is 0 in the CLKSEL register (see page 20-9), the
CLKTIMER input signal drives the PIT counters. Otherwise the PIT counters run at 1.1892 MHz.
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PIT Channel 2 Count (PIT2CNT)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
CH2_CNT[15–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0042h
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register stores the current count values for PIT Channel 2.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
CH2_CNT[15–0]
16-bit Counter for Programmable Interval Timer, Channel 2
This bit field provides read or write access to either the counter high byte only, low byte
only, or low byte followed by high byte, as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of
the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-7).
Either a latched or unlatched (free-running) count value can be read from this bit field
(CH2_CNT). A latched count can be read immediately after a counter latch command is
issued via the PITCNTLAT register (see page 13-10). After the one or two bytes of
latched count data are read, subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
A latched count can also be read immediately following a read-back command, issued
via the PITRDBACK register, in which the LCNT bit is 0 and the CNT2 bit is 1 (see
page 13-11). In this case also, after the one or two bytes of latched count are read,
subsequent reads return the unlatched count.
Programming Notes
If a read-back command is issued by writing the PITRDBACK register with the LSTAT bit clear and the CNT2 bit set
(see page 13-11), the subsequent read to this address (Port 0042h) returns the PIT2STA register status byte (see
page 13-5). If a read-back command is issued in which PITRDBACK register bits LSTAT and LCNT are clear and
bit CNT2 is set, the first subsequent read from this address (Port 0042h) returns the status byte, and the following
one or two reads return latched count data as defined by the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL register
(see page 13-7).
This counter can be configured for either binary-coded decimal (BCD) or 16-bit binary operation via the PITMODECTL
register’s BCD bit (see page 13-8). The counter range is 0–FFFFh in binary mode or 0–9999d in BCD. However,
the maximum value in either mode can be achieved by clearing this register (PIT2CNT) to 0.
All three PIT counters run at the same rate. If the CLK_PIN_DIR bit is 0 in the CLKSEL register (see page 20-9), the
CLKTIMER input signal drives the PIT counters. Otherwise the PIT counters run at 1.1892 MHz.
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Direct-Mapped
PIT 0 Status (PIT0STA)
I/O Address 0040h
PIT 1 Status (PIT1STA)
I/O Address 0041h
PIT 2 Status (PIT2STA)
I/O Address 0042h
Bit
7
6
OUTPUT
NULL_CNT
Reset
0
0
R/W
R
R
5
4
3
RW[1–0]
0
2
1
CTR_MODE_STA[2–0]
0
0
R
0
R
0
BCD
0
0
R
Register Description
These registers contain the programmed mode and the null count value for each timer channel.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
OUTPUT
Output State
Output signal state for the timer channel. Each timer channel has an output that is driven
High or Low based on the current mode. See the CTR_MODE_STA bit description on
page 13-6 for a list of modes.
0 = Output is Low.
1 = Output is High.
The three PIT outputs can be mapped individually to the microcontroller’s internal
programmable interrupt controller inputs. In addition, the PIT Channel 2 output can be
enabled to drive the PITOUT2 pin. See the PIT_OUT2_ENB bit description on
page 13-13.
6
NULL_CNT
Null Count
When programming a new count value into one of the timers, the new value does not
take effect until it has actually been transferred to the counting element, which can take
some time. When attempting to read back a count value, software can test this bit to
determine whether the read-back value is valid or not.
0 = Counter is available for reading.
1 = Null count; read-back of the counter is invalid.
5–4
RW[1–0]
Counter Read/Write Operation Control or Counter Latch Command
Reflects the last bit setting that was programmed into the corresponding bits (5–4) of the
PITMODECTL or PITCNTLAT register for this PIT channel (see page 13-7 and
page 13-10).
00 = Counter Latch command (PITCNTLAT register).
01 = Read/write counter bits 7–0 only (PITMODECTL register).
10 = Read/write counter bits 15–8 only (PITMODECTL register).
11 = Read/write counter bits 7–0 followed immediately by bits 15–8
(PITMODECTL register).
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Bit
Name
Function
3–1
CTR_MODE_STA
[2–0]
Counter Mode Status
Reflects the last counter mode setting for counters 0, 1, or 2 that was programmed into
this channel via the CTR_MODE bit field of the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-8).
Gate = High unless noted
000 = Mode 0: Interrupt on terminal count
001 = Mode 1: Hardware retriggerable one-shot
010 = Mode 2: Rate generator
011 = Mode 3: Square wave generator
100 = Mode 4: Software retriggerable strobe
101 = Mode 5: Hardware retriggerable strobe
110 = Alias for mode 2
111 = Alias for mode 3
See Table 13-2 on page 13-9 for more detail on counter modes.
0
BCD
Binary Coded Decimal Select Status
Reflects the last BCD setting for counters 0, 1, or 2 that was programmed into this
channel via the BCD bit field of the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-8).
0 = 16-bit binary counter with a range of 0–FFFFh
1 = BCD counter with a range of 0–9999d
Programming Notes
The PITxSTA register is available only after a read-back command is issued by writing the PITRDBACK register with
the LSTAT bit clear and the appropriate CNTx bit set (see page 13-11).
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PIT Mode Control (PITMODECTL)
7
Bit
Reset
6
CTR_SEL[1–0]
0
R/W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0043h
5
4
3
CTR_RW_LATCH[1–0]
0
W
0
0
W
2
1
CTR_MODE[2–0]
0
0
0
BCD
0
W
0
W
Register Description
This register stores the control word used to define the operation of the channels, including mode.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
CTR_SEL[1–0]
PIT Counter Select
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, the
PITMODECTL register is addressed, and this CTR_SEL bit field specifies which of the
three PIT channels is affected by the settings written to bits 5–0.
00 = Select PIT counter 0.
01 = Select PIT counter 1.
10 = Select PIT counter 2.
11 = The PITRDBACK register is addressed (see page 13-11).
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 = 11b, this address is redefined
(for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITRDBACK register (see page 13-11).
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b, and bits 5–4 = 00b, this
address is redefined (for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITCNTLAT register
(see page 13-10).
5–4
CTR_RW_LATCH
[1–0]
Counter Read/Write Operation Control
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, the
PITMODECTL register is addressed, and these CTR_RW_LATCH bits define what can
be written to the PITxCNT register, where x is selected by bits 7–6 of this PITMODECTL
register.
00 = The PITCNTLAT register is addressed (see page 13-10).
01 = Read/write counter bits 7–0 only.
10 = Read/write counter bits 15–8 only.
11 = Read/write counter bits 7–0 followed immediately by bits 15–8.
See the PITxCNT register descriptions starting on page 13-2.
Note that if a given PIT counter (as specified by the CTR_SEL bit field) is programmed
for only eight bit accesses (i.e., this CTR_RW_LATCH bit field is 01b or 10b), a
subsequent write to the count register automatically clears the eight bits of the
associated internal 16-bit counting element that were not explicitly written to.
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Bit
Name
Function
3–1
CTR_MODE[2–0]
Counter Mode
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, the
PITMODECTL register is addressed, and these bits control the counter operation:
000 = Mode 0: Interrupt on terminal count
001 = Mode 1: Hardware retriggerable one-shot (for PIT Channel 2)
010 = Mode 2: Rate generator
011 = Mode 3: Square wave generator
100 = Mode 4: Software retriggerable strobe
101 = Mode 5: Hardware retriggerable strobe (for PIT Channel 2)
110 = Alias for mode 2
111 = Alias for mode 3
See Table 13-2 on page 13-9 for more detail on this bit field.
0
BCD
Binary Coded Decimal Select
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, the
PITMODECTL register is addressed, and this bit controls whether the counter indicated
by bits 7–6 of this register counts in binary with a range of 0–FFFFh or in binary coded
decimal (BCD) with a range of 0–9999d.
0 = 16-bit binary counter
1 = BCD counter
Programming Notes
Writing to this register (PITMODECTL) to change the mode for a particular counter resets the control logic and the
associated output. Reads of this register return an undefined value.
When a counter’s current value is required, software should obtain it by issuing a counter latch or read-back command
via the PITCNTLAT or PITRDBACK register (see page 13-10 or page 13-11). A counter latch or read-back command
does not stop a counter from running, but rather takes a snapshot of the current value. Once the count has been
latched, further latch commands are ignored until all latched count data is read back from the associated count
register.
A read-back command is a higher priority command than the counter latch command. The counter latch command
is a subset of the read-back command because only one channel can have its counter latched per counter latch
command.
The programmable interval timer does not provide any way to read back the original count programmed into any of
the three count registers.
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Table 13-2
PIT Counter Mode Settings
CTR_MODE
Bit Field Setting
Mode Name
Description
000b = Mode 0
Interrupt on terminal
count
When the counter is programmed, the counter output transitions to 0. When the
counter reaches 0, the counter output transitions to 1 and remains there until
another count value is written.
Before a counter is programmed to generate interrupts, the corresponding
PITxMAP register (see page 12-21) must be configured to route the interrupt to
the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
001b = Mode 1
Hardware
retriggerable
one-shot1
Available for PIT Channel 2 only. When the Channel 2 counter is programmed,
the Channel 2 output transitions to 1. After a Low-to-High transition of the
internal gate 2 signal (controlled by the PITGATE2 signal or the PIT_GATE2 bit
of the SYSCTLB register, see page 13-13), the counter output transitions to 0
until the count reaches 0, then the counter output transitions to 1 until the next
Low-to-High transition on the gate input.
010b = Mode 2
Rate generator
Each time the count transitions to 1, the counter output transitions to 0 and
remains there for one cycle of the input clock, and then the counter output
transitions to 1. The count is automatically reloaded, and the process repeats. By
default, PC/AT-compatible systems program Channel 0 for this mode.
011b = Mode 3
Square wave
generator
When the count is loaded, the counter output transitions to 1. When 1/2 of the
count has expired, the counter output transitions to 0. When count transitions to
0, the counter output transitions to 1, and count is automatically reloaded. By
default, PC/AT-compatible systems program Channels 1 and 2 to use this mode
to drive DRAM refresh and the speaker, respectively.
100b = Mode 4
Software
retriggerable strobe
When the count is loaded, the counter output transitions to 1. When count
transitions to 0, the counter output transitions to 0 for one clock period and then
transitions to 1.
101b = Mode 5
Hardware
retriggerable strobe1
Available for PIT Channel 2 only. The counter output behaves just as in mode 4
except that the triggering is done on a Low-to-High transition of the internal gate
2 signal (controlled by the PITGATE2 signal or the PIT_GATE2 bit of the
SYSCTLB register, see page 13-13). A trigger seen during the count reloads the
count to the initial value and then counting continues.
110b
—
Same as mode 2
111b
—
Same as mode 3
Notes:
1. Modes 1 and 5 require a rising edge on the gate input for each timer channel. Only PIT Channel 2 has a gate control (see the
PIT_GATE2 bit in the SYSCTLB register, page 13-13) so only PIT Channel 2 is capable of running all modes. The gate controls
for PIT channels 0 and 1 are fixed internally to 1, so they are capable of operation only in modes 0, 2, 3 and 4.
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PIT Counter Latch Command (PITCNTLAT)
7
Bit
Reset
6
5
4
CTR_SEL[1–0]
CTR_CMD[1–0]
0
0
R/W
0
W
0
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0043h
3
2
1
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
W
RSV
Register Description
This register allows the current count of the selected channel to be read.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
CTR_SEL[1–0]
PIT Counter Select
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 = 00b, the
PITCNTLAT register is addressed, and this CTR_SEL bit field specifies which of the
three counter elements to latch for read back from the associated count register:
00 = Select PIT counter 0.
01 = Select PIT counter 1.
10 = Select PIT counter 2.
11 = The PITRDBACK register is addressed (see page 13-11).
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 = 11b, this address is redefined
(for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITRDBACK register (see page 13-11).
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, this
address is redefined (for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITMODECTL
register (see page 13-7).
5–4
CTR_CMD[1–0]
Counter Latch Command
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 = 00b, the
PITCNTLAT register is addressed, and this CTR_CMD bit field invokes the counter latch
command.
00 = The Counter Latch command is invoked.
01–11 = The PITMODECTL or PITRDBACK register is addressed (see page 13-7 and
page 13-11).
Latched counts are read back from the PITxCNT registers (see the descriptions starting
on page 13-2) based on the current read/write mode selected for each counter via the
CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-7).
3–0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
Reads of this register (PITCNTLAT) return an undefined value.
When a counter’s current value is required, software should obtain it by issuing a counter latch or read-back command
via the PITCNTLAT or PITRDBACK register (see page 13-10 or page 13-11). A counter latch or read-back command
does not stop a counter from running, but rather takes a snapshot of the current value. Once the count has been latched,
further latch commands are ignored until all latched count data is read back from the associated count register.
A read-back command is a higher priority command than the counter latch command. The counter latch command is
a subset of the read-back command because only one channel can have its counter latched per counter latch command.
The programmable interval timer does not provide any way to read back the original count programmed into any of
the three count registers.
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PIT Read-Back Command (PITRDBACK)
7
Bit
Reset
6
CTR_SEL[1–0]
0
R/W
0
W
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0043h
5
4
3
2
1
0
LCNT
LSTAT
CNT2
CNT1
CNT0
Reserved
0
0
0
0
0
0
W
W
W
W
W
RSV
Register Description
This register allows the status and current count of each channel to be read.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
CTR_SEL[1–0]
PIT Counter Select/Read-back Command
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 = 11b, the PITRDBACK register
is addressed, and this CTR_SEL bit field invokes the read-back command.
00–10 = The PITMODECTL or PITCNTLAT register is addressed (see page 13-7 and
page 13-10).
11 = Read-back command: the values selected by bits 5–1 of this register are made
available to be read back from the PITxCNT registers (see the descriptions starting
on page 13-2) immediately following completion of the I/O write that invokes this
read-back command.
Latched counts are read back from the PITxCNT registers (see the descriptions starting
on page 13-2) based on the current read/write mode selected for each counter via the
CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-7). The latched
status bytes are returned in the PITxSTA register format (see page 13-5).
If both LSTAT and LCNT = 0b, the status byte is made available at the respective
PITxCNT register first. When this byte has been read, the latched count bytes are made
available, bits 7–0 first, and then bits 15–8 (if the channel is set up to read back all 16
bits of count via the CTR_RW_LATCH bit field of the PITMODECTL).
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b and bits 5–4 ž 00b, this
address is redefined (for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITMODECTL
register (see page 13-7)
When this address (Port 0043h) is written with bits 7–6 ž 11b, and bits 5–4 = 00b, this
address is redefined (for the duration of the current I/O write) as the PITCNTLAT register
(see page 13-10).
5
LCNT
Latch Count (Low True)
0 = Latch count data for the counters selected via bits CNT2–CNT0.
1 = Do not latch count data for the counters selected via bits CNT2–CNT0.
4
LSTAT
Latch Status (Low True)
0 = Latch the status byte for the counters selected via bits CNT2–CNT0.
1 = Do not latch the status byte for the counters selected via bits CNT2–CNT0.
3
CNT2
Select Counter 2
0 = Counter 2 is not selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
1 = Counter 2 is selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
2
CNT1
Select Counter 1
0 = Counter 1 is not selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
1 = Counter 1 is selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
1
CNT0
Select Counter 0
0 = Counter 0 is not selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
1 = Counter 0 is selected for operations specified by bits LCNT and LSTAT.
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Programmable Interval Timer Registers
Bit
0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
Reads of this register (PITRDBACK) return an undefined value.
When a counter’s current value is required, software should obtain it by issuing a counter latch or read-back command
via the PITCNTLAT or PITRDBACK register (see page 13-10 or page 13-11). A counter latch or read-back command
does not stop a counter from running, but rather takes a snapshot of the current value. Once the count has been
latched, further latch commands are ignored until all latched count data is read back from the associated count
register.
A read-back command is a higher priority command than the counter latch command. The counter latch command
is a subset of the read-back command because only one channel can have its counter latched per counter latch
command.
The programmable interval timer does not provide any way to read back the original count programmed into any of
the three count registers.
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System Control Port B (SYSCTLB)
Bit
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 0061h
7
6
5
4
PERR
IOCHCK
PITOUT2_
STA
RFD
3
2
Reserved
1
0
PIT_OUT2_
PIT_GATE2
ENB
Reset
0
0
1
x
0
0
0
R/W
R
R
R
R
RSV!
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the PC/AT-compatible System Control Port B register bits that pertain to the programmable
interval timer (PIT).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
PERR
PC/AT Parity Error Indicator
This PC/AT-compatible bit is not supported (always reads back 0).
6
IOCHCK
PC/AT Channel Check Indicator
This PC/AT-compatible bit is not supported (always reads back 0).
5
PIT_OUT2_STA
PIT Timer 2 Output Pin State
This status bit directly reflects the state of the output signal on Channel 2 of the
programmable interval timer (PIT) and is sampled before the gate controlled by the
PIT_OUT2_ENB bit.
0 = PIT Channel 2 output is Low.
1 = PIT Channel 2 output is High.
4
3–2
1
RFD
DRAM Refresh Indicator
On the original PC/AT, the PIT Channel 1 output was used to generate the refresh
signal. In this design, this bit is tied directly to the 32-KHz clock source.
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field is ignored in the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller. On the original PC/AT, this bit
field was used to enable I/O channel check and RAM parity check.
For software using this register to remain PC/AT-compatible, read-modify-write
operations should be used to preserve this bit field’s state.
PIT_OUT2_ENB
PIT Output Channel 2 Enable
This bit enables the PIT Channel 2 output to the PITOUT2 pin.
0 = Do not propagate the PIT Channel 2 output to the PITOUT2 pin. The PITOUT2 pin is
driven Low.
1 = Propagate the PIT Channel 2 output to the PITOUT2 pin.
The PITOUT2 pin is connected to the system speaker in PC/AT-compatible systems.
0
PIT_GATE2
Timer 2 Gate Input Control
This bit drives the gate input signal for PIT Channel 2. The PIT Channel 2 gate input
controls the channel’s operation if the mode is set appropriately via the channel’s
CTR_MODE bit field in the PITMODECTL register (see page 13-8).
0 = The PIT Channel 2 gate input is controlled by the PITGATE2 pin.
1 = The PIT Channel 2 gate input is asserted.
If the PITGATE2 pin is configured for its alternate function, then the pin’s input to the OR
gate is held Low, and this bit (PIT_GATE2) effectively controls the Channel 2 gate input
directly.
Note: This bit (PIT_GATE2) is logically ORed with the PITGATE2 signal. Software using
this bit should consider the configuration and state of the PITGATE2 pin.
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Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
14
14.1
GENERAL-PURPOSE TIMER
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the general-purpose (GP) timer registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
There are three GP timers. The GP timer module is one of four ÉlanSC520 microcontroller
timer modules. The other timer modules are described in the following chapters:
■ Chapter 15, “Software Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 13, “Programmable Interval Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 16, “Watchdog Timer Registers”
The GP timer register set consists of 12 memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR)
registers used to configure and control each of the three GP timers. See the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the GP timers.
Table 14-1 lists the GP timer registers in offset order, with the corresponding description’s
page number.
14.2
REGISTERS
Table 14-1
General-Purpose Timer MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
GP Timers Status
GPTMRSTA
C70h
page 14-2
GP Timer 0 Mode/Control
GPTMR0CTL
C72h
page 14-3
GP Timer 0 Count
GPTMR0CNT
C74h
page 14-6
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR0MAXCMPA
C76h
page 14-7
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare B
GPTMR0MAXCMPB
C78h
page 14-8
GP Timer 1 Mode/Control
GPTMR1CTL
C7Ah
page 14-9
GP Timer 1 Count
GPTMR1CNT
C7Ch
page 14-12
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR1MAXCMPA
C7Eh
page 14-13
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare B
GPTMR1MAXCMPB
C80h
page 14-14
GP Timer 2 Mode/Control
GPTMR2CTL
C82h
page 14-15
GP Timer 2 Count
GPTMR2CNT
C84h
page 14-17
GP Timer 2 Maxcount Compare A
GPTMR2MAXCMPA
C8Eh
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timers Status (GPTMRSTA)
7
6
5
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C70h
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
2
1
0
T2_INT_
STA
T1_INT_
STA
T0_INT_
STA
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register contains the interrupt status information for the general-purpose timers.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
T2_INT_STA
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Status
0 = GP Timer 2 has not caused an interrupt, or software cleared this bit by writing 1.
2
1 = GP Timer 2 has caused an interrupt.
This bit is set when the GP Timer 2 interrupt request is asserted. The interrupt request
remains asserted until this status bit is cleared.
Software must write a 1 to clear this bit.
1
T1_INT_STA
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Status
0 = GP Timer 1 has not caused an interrupt, or software cleared this bit by writing 1.
1 = GP Timer 1 has caused an interrupt.
This bit is set when the GP Timer 1 interrupt request is asserted. The interrupt request
remains asserted until this status bit is cleared.
Software must write a 1 to clear this bit.
0
T0_INT_STA
GP Timer 0 Interrupt Status
0 = GP Timer 0 has not caused an interrupt, or software cleared this bit by writing 1.
1 = GP Timer 0 has caused an interrupt.
This bit is set when the GP Timer 0 interrupt request is asserted. The interrupt request
remains asserted until this status bit is cleared.
Software must write a 1 to clear this bit.
Programming Notes
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GP Timer 0 Mode/Control (GPTMR0CTL)
Bit
Reset
R/W
15
14
13
12
ENB
P_ENB_WR
INT_ENB
MAX_CNT_
RIU
11
10
9
8
0
0
Reserved
0
0
0
0
R/W!
W
R/W
R
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
MAX_CNT
RTG
PSC_SEL
EXT_CLK
ALT_CMP
CONT_
CMP
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C72h
0
R/W
0
RSV
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register is used to control the functionality and modes of operation of GP Timer 0
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
ENB
GP Timer 0 Enable
0 = GP Timer 0 is inhibited from counting.
1 = GP Timer 0 counting is enabled.
If GP Timer 0 was previously enabled (via setting the ENB bit) and is operating, and then
software clears the ENB bit by writing a 0, then GP Timer 0 is inhibited from counting but
is not reset. The various timer status bits and the TMROUT0 output pin also remain
stable. In this scenario, setting this ENB bit again causes the timer to continue from the
state that it was in just prior to being disabled.
This bit can only be modified (set or cleared) via software, if the P_ENB_WR bit of this
register is set (i.e., written as 1) during the same write cycle access to this register.
The ENB bit is automatically cleared by hardware under certain circumstances if
noncontinuous mode is selected. See the CONT_CMP bit description on page 14-5.
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P_ENB_WR
GP Timer 0 Permit Enable Bit Write
0 = Software cannot modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
1 = Software can modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
This bit allows selective software modifications of the ENB bit. When the P_ENB_WR bit
is set during a write cycle access to this register, the ENB bit can be modified in that
same write cycle. When the P_ENB_WR bit is written as a 0 during a write cycle access
to this register, the ENB bit cannot be modified.
This bit is always read back as a 0.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
Bit
Name
Function
13
INT_ENB
GP Timer 0 Interrupt Enable
This bit allows the timer to generate an interrupt when the timer counter value reaches a
maximum count compare register value.
0 = GP Timer 0 interrupt request generation is disabled.
1 = GP Timer 0 interrupt request generation is enabled.
If the INT_ENB bit is 1, the T0_INT_STA bit is set in the GPTMRSTA register (see
page 14-2) and an interrupt is generated when one of the following conditions occurs:
■ The ALT_CMP bit is 1 (see page 14-5) and the GPTMR0CNT register value
(page 14-6) equals the value of either register GPTMR0MAXCMPA (page 14-7) or
GPTMR0MAXCMPB (page 14-8).
■
The ALT_CMP bit is 0 and the GPTMR0CNT register value equals the value of the
GPTMR0MAXCMPA register only.
When the INT_ENB bit is 0, the timer does not cause the T0_INT_STA bit to be set in
the GPTMRSTA register (see page 14-2), and therefore a timer interrupt is not
generated.
Before GP Timer 0 interrupts are enabled, the GPTMR0MAP register (see page 12-21)
must be configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and
priority.
12
MAX_CNT_RIU
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare Register In Use
This bit can be used by software with the MAX_CNT bit to determine where the timer is
in its current count sequence.
0 = Hardware clears this MAX_CNT_RIU bit when the GPTMR0MAXCMPA register (see
page 14-7) is being used for comparison to the GP Timer 0 count value.
1 = Hardware sets this MAX_CNT_RIU bit when the GPTMR0MAXCMPB register (see
page 14-8) is being used for comparison to the GP Timer 0 count value.
Hardware also clears this bit any time hardware disables the timer by clearing the ENB
bit (i.e., at the end of the timer count when in noncontinuous mode). See the
CONT_CMP bit description on page 14-5.
11–6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5
MAX_CNT
GP Timer 0 Maximum Count
This bit can be used by software with the MAX_CNT_RIU bit to determine where the
timer is in its current count sequence.
0 = Software must clear this bit by writing a 0 to it. This bit is never automatically cleared
by hardware.
1 = This bit is set by hardware any time the timer count value reaches a maximum count
value (maximum count value A or maximum count value B). This bit cannot be set by
software.
When GP Timer 0 is in alternate compare mode (the ALT_CMP bit = 1), the MAX_CNT
bit is set whenever the timer 0 count value equals the value of either register
GPTMR0MAXCMPA (see page 14-7) or GPTMR0MAXCMPB (page 14-8). The
MAX_CNT bit is set for this condition regardless of the state of the INT_ENB bit.
The MAX_CNT bit can be used to monitor timer status through software polling instead
of making use of interrupt generation.
4
RTG
GP Timer 0 Retrigger
This bit determines the control function provided by the GP Timer 0 input pin (TMRIN0)
when TMRIN0 is not configured as the timer clock source (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit
is 0).
0 = A high level on the TMRIN0 input pin allows the timer to count and a Low level on
this pin holds the timer count value constant.
1 = If the timer is enabled, a 0 to 1 edge transition on the TMRIN0 pin resets the existing
GP Timer 0 count value and then counting continues.
This bit is ignored when external clocking is selected (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit is 1).
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Bit
3
Name
Function
PSC_SEL
GP Timer 0 Prescaler
This bit selects the GP Timer 0 clock source when the TMRIN0 input pin is not
configured as the timer clock source (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit is 0).
0 = The GP Timer 0 clock source is the internal clock (33.000 MHz or 33.333 MHz,
depending on the crystal frequency).
1 = The GP Timer 0 is pre-scaled by GP Timer 2 (i.e., the internal GP Timer 2 output is
used as the input clock source for GP Timer 0).
This bit is ignored when external clocking is enabled (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit is 1).
2
EXT_CLK
GP Timer 0 External Clock
This bit selects the external GP Timer 0 clock source.
0 = An internal GP Timer 0 clock source is used as configured via the PSC_SEL bit.
When the timer clock is not being sourced from GP Timer 2, the timer advances
every 4th CPU clock period.
1 = An external GP Timer 0 clock source is used (i.e., the TMRIN0 pin). GP Timer 0
advances upon every positive edge driven on the TMRIN0 input pin. In this mode,
the maximum timer input clock frequency is 1/4th of the CPU clock speed.
1
ALT_CMP
GP Timer 0 Alternate Compare
This bit selects whether the GP Timer 0 count is compared to a single maximum count
register value, or alternately to both maximum count register values.
0 = Single compare mode: the timer counts to the GPTMR0MAXCMPA register value
(see page 14-7) and then resets the GPTMR0CNT register value to 0 (page 14-6).
In this mode, the GPTMR0MAXCMPB register is not used.
In single compare mode, the TMROUT0 pin is high while the counter is counting and
being compared to the GPTMR0MAXCMPA register. The TMROUT0 pin is pulsed
Low for a single CPU clock cycle after the maximum value is reached.
1 = Alternate compare (square wave) mode: if the timer is enabled, the timer counts to
the GPTMR0MAXCMPA register value and then resets the GPTMR0CNT register to
0. Then the timer counts to the GPTMR0MAXCMPB register value (page 14-8) and
then resets the GPTMR0CNT register value to 0.
In alternate compare mode, the TMROUT0 pin is high while the counter is counting
and being compared to the GPTMR0MAXCMPA register. The TMROUT0 pin is Low
while the counter is counting and being compared to the GPTMR0MAXCMPB
register.
If the CONT_CMP bit is set, alternate compare mode generates a square wave
signal on the TMROUT0 pin with a frequency and duty cycle determined by the two
maximum count register values.
Note: If external clocking is used and the clock is stopped during a count sequence, the
timer output remains in its previous state (i.e., the state it was in prior to the clock stopping).
The remaining timer status also remains the same and normal operation commences
upon the external clock being driven again.
See the CONT_CMP bit description for a more detailed description of how the
comparison registers are used in continuous and noncontinuous modes.
0
CONT_CMP
GP Timer 0 Continuous Mode
This bit is used to configure GP Timer 0 for continuous or noncontinuous mode.
0 = Noncontinuous mode: the GPTMR0CNT register (see page 14-12) is cleared and
the timer halts whenever the count reaches the maximum count value. The ENB bit
is also cleared by hardware after every counter sequence.
1 = Continuous mode: The timer count is reset to 0 after it reaches the maximum count
value (A or B), and the timer immediately begins counting again.
If the CONT_CMP bit is cleared and the ALT_CMP bit is set, GP Timer 0 counts to the
GPTMR0MAXCMPA register value (see page 14-13) and then resets the count value.
After the timer count has been reset, the timer continues operation by counting to the
GPTMR0MAXCMPB register value (page 14-14). When the timer count reaches the
GPTMR0MAXCMPB register value, the timer clears its count value, clears the ENB bit
and then halts.
Programming Notes
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 0 Count (GPTMR0CNT)
15
14
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C74h
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
CNT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
CNT[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the current count of GP Timer 0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
CNT[15–0]
GP Timer 0 Count Register
This bit field contains the current count of GP Timer 0.
The count rate depends on the value of the PSC_SEL and EXT_CLK bits in the
GPTMR0CTL register (see page 14-5 and page 14-5).
■ If the EXT_CLK and PSC_SEL bits are both 0, the count is incremented every fourth
processor clock cycle.
■
If the EXT_CLK bit is 0 and the PSC_SEL bit is 1, the count is incremented each time
the GP Timer 2 maxcount is reached.
■
If the EXT_CLK bit is 1, the count is incremented on every positive edge driven on the
TMRIN0 input pin (up to 1/4 of the CPU clock speed).
This register (GPTMR0CNT) can be read at any time to determine the remaining count
duration until a maximum count value is reached, at which time this register is reset by
hardware.
This register can also be written at any time. If this register is written while the counter is
enabled, the new value is latched into the GP Timer 0 counter and counting proceeds
from this new value.
Programming Notes
Each time this GPTMR0CNT register is incremented, its value is compared with the value of register
GPTMR0MAXCMPA or GPTMR0MAXCMPB (see page 14-7 and page 14-8) and various actions are taken when a
maximum count is reached. For details, see the GPTMR0CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT,
ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP, starting on page 14-4.
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GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR0MAXCMPA)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
MCA[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
MCA[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C76h
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains one of the compare values for the GPTMR0CNT register (see page 14-6).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MCA[15–0]
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare Register A
This register contains one of the maximum values that GP Timer 0 can count to before
resetting its count register to 0.
Programming Notes
GP Timer 0 and GP Timer 1 each have two maxcount compare registers, GPTMRxMAXCMPA and
GPTMRxMAXCMPB.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains the value 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts
to FFFFh, at which point the appropriate action occurs based on the timer configuration options that are set. For
details, see the GPTMR0CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT, ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP,
starting on page 14-4.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains a value other than 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer
counts to the programmed maxcount value.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare B (GPTMR0MAXCMPB)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
MCB[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
MCB[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C78h
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains one of the compare values for the GPTMR0CNT register (see page 14-6).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MCB[15–0]
GP Timer 0 Maxcount Compare Register B
This register contains one of the maximum values that GP Timer 0 can count to before
resetting its count register to 0.
Programming Notes
GP Timer 0 and GP Timer 1 each have two maxcount compare registers, GPTMRxMAXCMPA and
GPTMRxMAXCMPB.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains the value 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts
to FFFFh, at which point the appropriate action occurs based on the timer configuration options that are set. For
details, see the GPTMR0CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT, ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP,
starting on page 14-4.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains a value other than 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer
counts to the programmed maxcount value.
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GP Timer 1 Mode/Control (GPTMR1CTL)
Bit
Reset
R/W
15
14
13
12
ENB
P_ENB_WR
INT_ENB
MAX_CNT_
RIU
11
10
9
8
0
0
Reserved
0
0
0
0
R/W!
W
R/W
R
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
MAX_CNT
RTG
PSC_SEL
EXT_CLK
ALT_CMP
CONT_
CMP
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reserved
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C7Ah
0
R/W
0
RSV
0
0
RSV
Register Description
This register is used to control the functionality and modes of operation of GP Timer 1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
ENB
GP Timer 1 Enable
0 = GP Timer 1 is inhibited from counting.
1 = GP Timer 1 counting is enabled.
If GP Timer 1 was previously enabled (via setting the ENB bit) and is operating, and then
software clears the ENB bit by writing a 0, then GP Timer 1 is inhibited from counting but
is not reset. The various timer status bits and the TMROUT1 output pin also remain
stable. In this scenario, setting this ENB bit again causes the timer to continue from the
state that it was in just prior to being disabled.
This bit can only be modified (set or cleared) via software, if the P_ENB_WR bit of this
register is set (i.e., written as 1) during the same write cycle access to this register.
The ENB bit is automatically cleared by hardware under certain circumstances if
noncontinuous mode is selected. See the CONT_CMP bit description on page 14-11.
14
P_ENB_WR
GP Timer 1 Permit Enable Bit Write
0 = Software cannot modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
1 = Software can modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
This bit allows selective software modifications of the ENB bit. When the P_ENB_WR bit
is set during a write cycle access to this register, the ENB bit can be modified in that
same write cycle. When the P_ENB_WR bit is written as a 0 during a write cycle access
to this register, the ENB bit cannot be modified.
This bit is always read back as a 0.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
Bit
Name
Function
13
INT_ENB
GP Timer 1 Interrupt Enable
This bit allows the timer to generate an interrupt when the timer counter value reaches a
maximum count compare register value.
0 = GP Timer 1 interrupt request generation is disabled.
1 = GP Timer 1 interrupt request generation is enabled.
If the INT_ENB bit is 1, the T1_INT_STA bit is set in the GPTMRSTA register (see
page 14-2) and an interrupt is generated when one of the following conditions occurs:
■ The ALT_CMP bit is 1 (see page 14-11) and the GPTMR1CNT register value
(page 14-12) equals the value of either register GPTMR1MAXCMPA (page 14-13) or
GPTMR1MAXCMPB (page 14-14).
■
The ALT_CMP bit is 0 and the GPTMR1CNT register value equals the value of the
GPTMR1MAXCMPA register only.
When the INT_ENB bit is 0, the timer does not cause the T1_INT_STA bit to be set in
the GPTMRSTA register (see page 14-2), and therefore a timer interrupt is not
generated.
Before GP Timer 1 interrupts are enabled, the GPTMR1MAP register (see page 12-21)
must be configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and
priority.
12
MAX_CNT_RIU
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare Register In Use
This bit can be used by software with the MAX_CNT bit to determine where the timer is
in its current count sequence.
0 = Hardware clears this MAX_CNT_RIU bit when the GPTMR1MAXCMPA register (see
page 14-13) is being used for comparison to the GP Timer 1 count value.
1 = Hardware sets this MAX_CNT_RIU bit when the GPTMR1MAXCMPB register (see
page 14-14) is being used for comparison to the GP Timer 1 count value.
Hardware also clears this bit any time hardware disables the timer by clearing the ENB
bit (i.e., at the end of the timer count when in noncontinuous mode). See the
CONT_CMP bit description on page 14-11.
11–6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5
MAX_CNT
GP Timer 1 Maximum Count
This bit can be used by software with the MAX_CNT_RIU bit to determine where the
timer is in its current count sequence.
0 = Software must clear this bit by writing a 0 to it. This bit is never automatically cleared
by hardware.
1 = This bit is set by hardware any time the timer count value reaches a maximum count
value (maximum count value A or maximum count value B). This bit cannot be set by
software.
When GP Timer 1 is in alternate compare mode (the ALT_CMP bit = 1), the MAX_CNT
bit is set whenever the GP Timer 1 count value equals the value of either register
GPTMR1MAXCMPA (see page 14-13) or GPTMR1MAXCMPB (page 14-14). The
MAX_CNT bit is set for this condition regardless of the state of the INT_ENB bit.
The MAX_CNT bit can be used to monitor timer status through software polling instead
of making use of interrupt generation.
4
RTG
GP Timer 1 Retrigger
This bit determines the control function provided by the GP Timer 1 input pin (TMRIN1)
when TMRIN1 is not configured as the timer clock source (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit
is 0).
0 = A high level on the TMRIN1 input pin allows the timer to count and a Low level on
this pin holds the timer count value constant.
1 = If the timer is enabled, a 0 to 1 edge transition on the TMRIN1 pin resets the existing
GP Timer 1 count value and then counting continues.
This bit is ignored when external clocking is selected (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit is 1).
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Bit
3
Name
Function
PSC_SEL
GP Timer 1 Prescaler
This bit selects the GP Timer 1 clock source when the TMRIN1 input pin is not
configured as the timer clock source (i.e., when the EXT_CLK bit is 0).
0 = The GP Timer 1 clock source is the internal clock (33.000 MHz or 33.333 MHz,
depending on the crystal frequency).
1 = The GP Timer 1 is pre-scaled by GP Timer 2 (i.e., the internal GP Timer 2 output is
used as the input clock source for GP Timer 1).
This bit is ignored when external clocking is enabled (i.e., the EXT_CLK bit is 1).
2
EXT_CLK
GP Timer 1 External Clock
This bit selects the external GP Timer 1 clock source.
0 = An internal GP Timer 1 clock source is used as configured via the PSC_SEL bit.
When the timer clock is not being sourced from GP Timer 2, the timer advances
every 4th CPU clock period.
1 = An external GP Timer 1 clock source is used (i.e., the TMRIN1 pin). GP Timer 1
advances upon every positive edge driven on the TMRIN1 input pin. In this mode,
the maximum timer input clock frequency is 1/4th of the CPU clock speed.
1
ALT_CMP
GP Timer 1 Alternate Compare
This bit selects whether the GP Timer 1 count is compared to a single maximum count
register value, or alternately to both maximum count register values.
0 = Single compare mode: the timer counts to the GPTMR1MAXCMPA register value
(see page 14-13) and then resets the GPTMR1CNT register value to 0
(page 14-12). In this mode, the GPTMR1MAXCMPB register is not used.
In single compare mode, the TMROUT1 pin is high while the counter is counting and
being compared to the GPTMR1MAXCMPA register. The TMROUT1 pin is pulsed
Low for a single CPU clock cycle after the maximum value is reached.
1 = Alternate compare (square wave) mode: if the timer is enabled, the timer counts to
the GPTMR1MAXCMPA register value and then resets the GPTMR1CNT register to
0. Then the timer counts to the GPTMR1MAXCMPB register value (page 14-14) and
then resets the GPTMR1CNT register value to 0.
In alternate compare mode, the TMROUT1 pin is high while the counter is counting
and being compared to the GPTMR1MAXCMPA register. The TMROUT1 pin is Low
while the counter is counting and being compared to the GPTMR1MAXCMPB
register.
If the CONT_CMP bit is set, alternate compare mode generates a square wave
signal on the TMROUT1 pin with a frequency and duty cycle determined by the two
maximum count register values.
Note: If external clocking is used and the clock is stopped during a count sequence, the
timer output remains in its previous state (i.e., the state it was in prior to the clock stopping).
The remaining timer status also remains the same and normal operation commences
upon the external clock being driven again.
See the Continuous mode bit description below for a more detailed description of how
the comparison registers are used in continuous and noncontinuous modes.
0
CONT_CMP
GP Timer 1 Continuous Mode
This bit is used to configure GP Timer 1 for continuous or noncontinuous mode.
0 = Noncontinuous mode: the GPTMR1CNT register (see page 14-12) is cleared and
the timer halts whenever the count reaches the maximum count value. The ENB bit
is also cleared by hardware after every counter sequence.
1 = Continuous mode: The timer count is reset to 0 after it reaches the maximum count
value (A or B), and the timer immediately begins counting again.
If the CONT_CMP bit is cleared and the ALT_CMP bit is set, GP Timer 1 counts to the
GPTMR1MAXCMPA register value (see page 14-13) and then resets the count value.
After the timer count has been reset, the timer continues operation by counting to the
GPTMR1MAXCMPB register value (page 14-14). When the timer count reaches the
GPTMR1MAXCMPB register value, the timer clears its count value, clears the ENB bit
and then halts.
Programming Notes
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 1 Count (GPTMR1CNT)
15
14
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C7Ch
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
CNT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
CNT[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contain the current count of GP Timer 1.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
CNT[15–0]
GP Timer 1 Count Register
This bit field contains the current count of GP Timer 1.
The count rate depends on the value of the PSC_SEL and EXT_CLK bits in the
GPTMR1CTL register (see page 14-11 and page 14-11).
■ If the EXT_CLK and PSC_SEL bits are both 0, the count is incremented every fourth
processor clock cycle.
■
If the EXT_CLK bit is 0 and the PSC_SEL bit is 1, the count is incremented each time
the GP Timer 2 maxcount is reached.
■
If the EXT_CLK bit is 1, the count is incremented on every positive edge driven on the
TMRIN1 input pin (up to 1/4 of the CPU clock speed).
This register (GPTMR1CNT) can be read at any time to determine the remaining count
duration until a maximum count value is reached, at which time this register is reset by
hardware.
This register can also be written at any time. If this register is written while the counter is
enabled, the new value is latched into the GP Timer 1 counter and counting proceeds
from this new value.
Programming Notes
Each time this GPTMR1CNT register is incremented, its value is compared with the value of register
GPTMR1MAXCMPA or GPTMR1MAXCMPB (see page 14-13 and page 14-14) and various actions are taken when
a maximum count is reached. For details, see the GPTMR1CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT,
ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP, starting on page 14-10.
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GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR1MAXCMPA)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
MCA[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
MCA[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C7Eh
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains one of the compare values for the GPTMR1CNT register (see page 14-12).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MCA[15–0]
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare Register A
This register contains one of the maximum values that GP Timer 1 can count to before
resetting its count register to 0.
Programming Notes
GP Timer 0 and GP Timer 1 each have two maxcount compare registers, GPTMRxMAXCMPA and
GPTMRxMAXCMPB.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains the value 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts
to FFFFh, at which point the appropriate action occurs based on the timer configuration options that are set. For
details, see the GPTMR1CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT, ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP,
starting on page 14-10.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains a value other than 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer
counts to the programmed maxcount value.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare B (GPTMR1MAXCMPB)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
MCB[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
MCB[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C80h
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains one of the compare values for the GPTMR1CNT register (see page 14-12).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MCB[15–0]
GP Timer 1 Maxcount Compare Register B
This register contains one of the maximum values that GP Timer 1 can count to before
resetting its count register to 0.
Programming Notes
GP Timer 0 and GP Timer 1 each have two maxcount compare registers, GPTMRxMAXCMPA and
GPTMRxMAXCMPB.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains the value 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts
to FFFFh, at which point the appropriate action occurs based on the timer configuration options that are set. For
details, see the GPTMR1CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT_RIU, MAX_CNT, ALT_CMP, and CONT_CMP,
starting on page 14-10.
If the maxcount compare register that is in use contains a value other than 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer
counts to the programmed maxcount value.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 2 Mode/Control (GPTMR2CTL)
Bit
Reset
R/W
15
14
13
ENB
P_ENB_WR
INT_ENB
0
0
0
R/W!
W
R/W
7
6
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
0
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C82h
12
11
RSV
0
9
8
0
0
1
0
Reserved
0
0
0
RSV
4
3
MAX_CNT
0
10
2
CONT_
CMP
Reserved
0
0
R/W!
0
RSV
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to control the functionality and modes of operation of GP Timer 2.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
ENB
GP Timer 2 Enable
0 = GP Timer 2 is inhibited from counting.
1 = GP Timer 2 counting is enabled.
If GP Timer 2 was previously enabled (via setting the ENB bit) and is operating, and then
software clears the ENB bit by writing a 0, then GP Timer 2 is inhibited from counting but
is not reset. The various timer status bits also remain stable. In this scenario, setting this
ENB bit again causes the timer to continue from the state that it was in just prior to being
disabled.
This bit can only be modified (set or cleared) via software, if the P_ENB_WR bit of this
register is set (i.e., written as 1) during the same write cycle access to this register.
The ENB bit is automatically cleared by hardware under certain circumstances if
noncontinuous mode is selected. See the CONT_CMP bit description on page 14-16.
14
P_ENB_WR
GP Timer 2 Permit Enable Bit Write
0 = Software cannot modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
1 = Software can modify the ENB bit in this write cycle.
This bit allows selective software modifications of the ENB bit. When the P_ENB_WR bit
is set during a write cycle access to this register, the ENB bit can be modified in that
same write cycle. When the P_ENB_WR bit is written as a 0 during a write cycle access
to this register, the ENB bit cannot be modified.
This bit is always read back as a 0.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
Bit
Name
Function
13
INT_ENB
GP Timer 2 Interrupt Enable
This bit allows the timer to generate an interrupt when the timer count value reaches the
maximum count compare register value.
0 = GP Timer 2 interrupt request generation is disabled.
1 = GP Timer 2 interrupt request generation is enabled.
If the INT_ENB bit is 1, the T2_INT_STA bit is set in the GPTMRSTA register (see
page 14-2) and an interrupt is generated when the GPTMR2CNT register value
(page 14-17) equals the value of the GPTMR2MAXCMPA register (page 14-18).
When the INT_ENB bit is 0, the timer does not cause the T2_INT_STA bit to be set in
the GPTMRSTA register (see page 14-2), and therefore a timer interrupt is not
generated.
Before GP Timer 2 interrupts are enabled, the GPTMR2MAP register (see page 12-21)
must be configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and
priority.
12–6
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
5
MAX_CNT
GP Timer 2 Maximum Count
This bit can be used by software to determine where the timer is in its current count
sequence.
0 = Software must clear this bit by writing a 0 to it. This bit is never automatically cleared
by hardware.
1 = This bit is set by hardware any time the timer count value reaches its maximum
count value (GPTMR2MAXCMPA register, see page 14-18). The MAX_CNT bit is
set for this condition regardless of the state of the INT_ENB bit.
The MAX_CNT bit can be used to monitor timer status through software polling instead
of making use of interrupt generation.
4– 1
0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CONT_CMP
GP Timer 2 Continuous Mode
This bit is used to configure GP Timer 2 for continuous or noncontinuous mode.
0 = Noncontinuous mode: the GPTMR2CNT register (see page 14-12) is cleared and
the timer halts whenever the count reaches the maximum count value
(GPTMR2MAXCMPA register, see page 14-18). The ENB bit is also cleared by
hardware after every counter sequence.
1 = Continuous mode: The timer count is reset to 0 after it reaches the maximum count
value, and the timer immediately begins counting again.
Programming Notes
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 2 Count (GPTMR2CNT)
15
14
13
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C84h
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
CNT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
CNT[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the current count of GP Timer 2.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
CNT[15–0]
GP Timer 2 Count Register
This bit field contains the current count of GP Timer 2. The count is incremented every
fourth processor clock cycle.
This register (GPTMR2CNT) can be read at any time to determine the remaining count
duration until a maximum count value is reached, at which time this register is reset by
hardware.
This GPTMR2CNT register can also be written at any time. If this register is written
while the counter is enabled, the new value is latched into the GP Timer 2 counter and
counting proceeds from this new value.
Programming Notes
Each time this GPTMR2CNT register is incremented, its value is compared with the GPTMR2MAXCMPA register
(see page 14-18) and various actions are taken when a maximum count is reached. For details, see the GPTMR2CTL
register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT, and CONT_CMP, starting on page 14-16.
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General-Purpose Timer Registers
GP Timer 2 Maxcount Compare A (GPTMR2MAXCMPA)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
MCA[7–0]
Bit
Reset
10
MCA[15–8]
Bit
Reset
11
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C8Eh
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the single compare values for the GPTMR2CNT register (see page 14-17).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MCA[15–0]
GP Timer 2 Maxcount Compare Register A
This register contains the maximum value that GP Timer 2 can count to before resetting
its count register to 0.
Programming Notes
GP Timer 2 has only one maxcount compare register. If this register (GPTMR2MAXCMPA) is written with the value
0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts to FFFFh, at which point the appropriate action occurs based on
the timer configuration options that are set. For details, see the GPTMR2CTL register bits INT_ENB, MAX_CNT,
and CONT_CMP, starting on page 14-16.
If the maxcount compare register contains a value other than 0000h and the timer is enabled, the timer counts to
the programmed maxcount value.
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CHAPTER
15
15.1
SOFTWARE TIMER REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the software timer registers of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The software timer is one of four ÉlanSC520 microcontroller timer modules. The other timer
modules are described in the following chapters:
■ Chapter 14, “General-Purpose Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 13, “Programmable Interval Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 16, “Watchdog Timer Registers”
The software timer register set consists of three memory-mapped configuration region
(MMCR) registers used access and control the timer. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller
User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the software timer.
Table 15-1 lists the software timer registers in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
15.2
REGISTERS
Table 15-1
Software Timer MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
Software Timer Millisecond Count
SWTMRMILLI
C60h
page 15-2
Software Timer Microsecond Count
SWTMRMICRO
C62h
page 15-3
Software Timer Configuration
SWTMRCFG
C64h
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Software Timer Registers
Software Timer Millisecond Count (SWTMRMILLI)
15
14
13
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R!
R/W
7
6
5
4
MS_CNT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
MS_CNT[15–8]
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C60h
0
0
0
0
0
R!
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the current millisecond count of the software timer.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
MS_CNT[15–0]
16-bit Millisecond Count
This read-only bit field increments at a rate of 1000 counts per second.
This millisecond counter is set to zero at system reset.
Note: When read, this counter is automatically reset to 0.
This millisecond counter is not reset when the US_CNT bit field in the SWTMRMICRO
register is read (see page 15-3). In order to maintain a millisecond time base, this
MS_CNT bit field must be read at least once every 65.5 seconds.
When this MS_CNT bit field is read, the value in the internal free-running microsecond
up counter is automatically latched into the US_CNT bit field in the SWTMRMICRO
register.
The internal microsecond counter increments at a rate of 1 MHz and counts from 0 to
999. It rolls over from 999 back to zero. Every time the microsecond counter rolls over,
the MS_CNT bit field is incremented. Note that the XTAL_FREQ bit in the SWTMRCFG
register (see page 15-4) must be set appropriately in order for the increment rate to be
correct.
Programming Notes
A 32-bit read of the SWTMRMILLI register address is broken up into two 16-bit reads. The first 16-bit read returns
the SWTMRMILLI register and latches the SWTMRMICRO register (see page 15-3). The second 16-bit read returns
the (newly latched) SWTMRMICRO register contents. Thus, the 32-bit value returned includes the correct millisecond
and microsecond values at the time of software’s 32-bit read, with the millisecond value stored in the lower 16 bits
and the microsecond value stored in the upper 16 bits.
Byte (8-bit) reads of the SWTMRMILLI register are not allowed.
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Software Timer Registers
Software Timer Microsecond Count (SWTMRMICRO)
15
14
13
0
0
0
10
9
7
6
5
8
US_CNT[9–8]
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
R
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
US_CNT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
Reserved
Bit
Reset
12
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C62h
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the current latched microsecond count of the software timer.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15–10
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
9– 0
US_CNT
[9–0]
SWT Microsecond Count
This read-only bit field holds the latched microsecond count value from a free running
microsecond counter.
Each read of this bit field returns the currently latched microsecond count value. On
each read of the SWTMRMILLI register (see page 15-2), the value in the internal
microsecond counter is latched into this bit field (US_CNT).
This US_CNT bit field is reset to 0 at system reset.
The internal microsecond counter increments at a rate of 1 MHz and counts from 0 to
999. It rolls over from 999 back to 0. Every time the microsecond counter rolls over, the
MS_CNT bit field in the SWTMRMILLI register is incremented (see page 15-2). Note
that the XTAL_FREQ bit in the SWTMRCFG register (see page 15-4) must be set
appropriately in order for the increment rate to be correct.
Programming Notes
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Software Timer Registers
Software Timer Configuration (SWTMRCFG)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
XTAL_
FREQ
Reserved
Bit
Reset
4
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C64h
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to calibrate the software timer to the crystal frequency being used.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 1
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
XTAL_FREQ
Crystal Frequency
This field is used to specify the frequency of the crystal used to drive the main system
clock. Configure this bit appropriately to ensure that the software timer increments at the
correct rate for the system.
0 = Specifies that the system is using a 33.333 MHz crystal.
0
1 = Specifies that the system is using a 33.000 MHz crystal.
Note that this bit has no effect on the general-purpose timers, programmable interval
timer, or watchdog timer.
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
16
16.1
WATCHDOG TIMER REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the watchdog timer registers of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The watchdog timer is one of four ÉlanSC520 microcontroller timer modules. The other
timer modules are described in the following chapters:
■ Chapter 15, “Software Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 14, “General-Purpose Timer Registers”
■ Chapter 13, “Programmable Interval Timer Registers”
The watchdog timer register set consists of three memory-mapped configuration region
(MMCR) registers used to configure, control, and monitor the status of the watchdog timer.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the
watchdog timer.
Table 16-1 lists the watchdog timer registers in offset order, with the corresponding
description’s page number.
16.2
REGISTERS
Table 16-1
Watchdog Timer MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Watchdog Timer Control
WDTMRCTL
CB0h
page 16-2
Watchdog Timer Count Low
WDTMRCNTL
CB2h
page 16-4
Watchdog Timer Count High
WDTMRCNTH
CB4h
page 16-5
Reserved
—
CB6h
—
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Watchdog Timer Registers
Watchdog Timer Control (WDTMRCTL)
Bit
15
14
13
12
ENB
WRST_ENB
Reserved
IRQ_FLG
0
1
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
RSV
R/W!
7
6
5
4
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CB0h
10
9
8
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
RSV
3
EXP_SEL[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
1
0
0
0
0
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to control the watchdog timer. This register can only be accessed after writing special keyed
sequences as described in the programming notes.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
ENB
Watchdog Timer Enable
This is the watchdog timer enable bit.
0 = The watchdog timer is disabled.
1 = The watchdog timer is enabled.
When this bit is set, the current count is automatically reset to 0, the WRST_ENB and
EXP_SEL fields become read-only, and the watchdog timer counter begins counting.
Before the watchdog timer is enabled with the WRST_ENB bit cleared, the WDTMAP register
(see page 12-21) must be configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request
level and priority.
14
WRST_ENB
Watchdog Timer Reset Enable
This is a programmable bit to select between a reset or interrupt as the time-out action.
0 = The watchdog timer time-out generates an interrupt request if the IRQ_FLG bit is not
already set. If IRQ_FLG bit is set, a system reset is generated instead.
1 = The watchdog timer time-out always generates a system reset.
When the watchdog timer generates a system reset, the WDT_RST_DET bit is set in the
RESSTA register (see page 3-5).
13
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
12
IRQ_FLG
Interrupt Request Flag
This bit provides an indication of interrupt events generated by the watchdog timer time-out.
This bit is accessible even after the ENB bit is set.
0 = No watchdog timer interrupt has occurred.
1 = Watchdog timer interrupt has occurred.
This bit is cleared by writing a 1. After a watchdog timer time-out occurs, if this bit is not
cleared before a second time-out of the watchdog timer, a watchdog timer system reset is
generated instead of a second interrupt request.
11-8
16-2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
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Watchdog Timer Registers
Bit
Name
Function
7-0
EXP_SEL[7–0]
Exponent Select
This bit field determines the duration of the watchdog timer time-out interval. Table 16-2
shows the values for the EXP_SEL field. The bit values shown in the table are programmed to
select a time-out exponent as shown in the “Exponent” column.
The selected exponent determines the time-out duration according to the following equation:
Time-out duration = 2exponent / CPU Frequency
where
Time-out duration is the time-out period in seconds
exponent is the value selected from Table 16-2
CPU Frequency is the operating speed of the CPU in Hz.
When multiple bits are set in the EXP_SEL field, the least significant bit set is used to select
the exponent.
Table 16-2
Watchdog Timer Exponent Selections
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Exponent
Time-Out
Interval
33.000 MHz
Time-Out
Interval
33.333 MHz
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
Infinity
Infinity
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
14
496 ms
492 ms
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
0
24
508 ms
503 ms
X
X
X
X
X
1
0
0
25
1.02 s
1.01 s
X
X
X
X
1
0
0
0
26
2.03 s
2.01 s
X
X
X
1
0
0
0
0
27
4.07 s
4.03 s
X
X
1
0
0
0
0
0
28
8.13 s
8.05 s
X
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
16.27 s
16.11 s
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
32.54 s
32.21 s
For example, to program a maximum time-out of about 32 seconds, the EXP_SEL field is set
to 80h. The time-out value can then be calculated as follows for the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller with a 33.000 MHz CPU clock.
Time-out interval = 230 / (33.000 MHz crystal frequency)
= 230 / (33,000,000)
= 32.54 seconds.
Programming Notes
The watchdog timer can only be programmed after special keyed sequences are written to this address. Two special
keyed sequences are recognized:
■ The key sequence of 3333h followed by CCCCh is called the write key and is used to open this Watchdog Timer
Control (WDTMRCTL) register for a single write.
■ The key sequence of AAAAh followed by 5555h is called the clear-count key and is used to clear the current
watchdog timer counter.
Note: All keys are written to the WDTMRCTL register address (MMCR offset CB0h).
Normally this register is read-only. The write key sequence must be written before a value can be programmed into
this register; after this single value is written, the write key sequence must be applied again before another value
can be programmed.
The ENB bit must be 0 before the WRST_ENB bit or the EXP_SEL bit field can be written.
When the microcontroller is in AMDebug™ technology mode, the WDTMRCTL register can still be accessed in the
normal manner. However, the AMDebug technology stops the count registers from incrementing further to prevent
the watchdog timer from causing an interrupt or reset in AMDebug technology mode.
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Watchdog Timer Registers
Watchdog Timer Count Low (WDTMRCNTL)
15
14
13
12
0
0
0
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
7
6
5
4
COUNTL[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
COUNTL[15–8]
Bit
Reset
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CB2h
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This read-only register contains the lower 16 bits of the watchdog timer counter.
In normal operation the clear-count key sequence (AAAAh followed by 5555h) clears the watchdog timer counter.
Note that the clear-count key is written to the WDTMRCTL register address (see page 16-2).
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–0
Name
Function
COUNTL[15–0]
Current Count Low
This field contains the low word [15–0] of the watchdog timer current count. The counter value
is automatically reset when the watchdog timer is enabled.
Programming Notes
Although both the WDTMRCNTH and WDTMRCNTL registers can be read with a single 32-bit CPU instruction, the
32-bit access is split into two 16-bit accesses. See the GP Timer chapter in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s
Manual, order #22004, for suggestions if it is necessary to read an accurate 32-bit value from the watchdog timer
counter.
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Watchdog Timer Count High (WDTMRCNTH)
15
Bit
14
13
12
Reserved
Reset
R/W
0
10
9
8
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
COUNTH[14–8]
0
0
0
0
R
6
5
4
3
COUNTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
11
RSV
7
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CB4h
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This read-only register contains the higher 15 bits of the watchdog timer counter.
In normal operation the clear-count key sequence (AAAAh followed by 5555h) clears the watchdog timer counter.
Note that the clear-count key is written to the WDTMRCTL register address (see page 16-2).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
COUNTH[14–0]
Current Count High
This field contains the high word [30–16] of the watchdog timer current count. The counter
value is automatically reset when the watchdog timer is enabled.
14-0
Programming Notes
Although both the WDTMRCNTH and WDTMRCNTL registers can be read with a single 32-bit CPU instruction, the
32-bit access is split into two 16-bit accesses. See the GP Timer chapter in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s
Manual, order #22004, for suggestions if it is necessary to read an accurate 32-bit value from the watchdog timer
counter.
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CHAPTER
17
17.1
REAL-TIME CLOCK REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the real-time clock (RTC) registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller includes a PC/AT-compatible RTC. The RTC register set
includes two groups of registers:
■ Two direct-mapped I/O addresses used to access the RTC configuration space.
■ 14 RTC-indexed configuration registers used to set, read, and configure the RTC.
■ 114 bytes of RTC-indexed nonvolatile RAM locations used in PC/AT-compatible systems
to store various system parameters.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the RTC.
Table 17-1 and Table 17-2 list each type of RTC register in offset order, with the
corresponding description’s page number.
17.2
REGISTERS
Table 17-1
Real-Time Clock Direct-Mapped Registers
Table 17-2
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
Page Number
RTC/CMOS RAM Index
RTCIDX
0070h
page 17-2
RTC/CMOS RAM Data Port
RTCDATA
0071h
page 17-3
Real-Time Clock Indexed Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
RTC Index
RTC Current Second
RTCCURSEC
70h/71h
00h
page 17-4
RTC Alarm Second
RTCALMSEC
70h/71h
01h
page 17-5
RTC Current Minute
RTCCURMIN
70h/71h
02h
page 17-6
RTC Alarm Minute
RTCALMMIN
70h/71h
03h
page 17-7
RTC Current Hour
RTCCURHR
70h/71h
04h
page 17-8
RTC Alarm Hour
RTCALMHR
70h/71h
05h
page 17-9
RTC Current Day of the Week
RTCCURDOW
70h/71h
06h
page 17-10
RTC Current Day of the Month
RTCCURDOM
70h/71h
07h
page 17-11
RTC Current Month
RTCCURMON
70h/71h
08h
page 17-12
RTC Current Year
RTCCURYR
70h/71h
09h
page 17-13
RTC Control A
RTCCTLA
70h/71h
0Ah
page 17-14
RTC Control B
RTCCTLB
70h/71h
0Bh
page 17-16
RTC Status C
RTCSTAC
70h/71h
0Ch
page 17-18
RTC Status D
RTCSTAD
70h/71h
0Dh
page 17-20
General-Purpose CMOS RAM
(114 bytes)
RTCCMOS
70h/71h
0E–7Fh
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC/CMOS RAM Index (RTCIDX)
7
Bit
6
5
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 70h
4
Reserved
Reset
R/W
x
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
CMOSIDX[6–0]
0
RSV
0
0
0
W
Register Description
This register is used to specify the RTC index address to be accessed via the RTCDATA register (see page 17-3).
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6– 0
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
CMOSIDX[6–0]
RTC/CMOS RAM Index
This bit field is used to specify the RTC or CMOS RAM index to be read or written via the
RTCDATA register (see page 17-3).
Programming Notes
Bit 7 of this register is typically used as the NMI enable bit in PC/AT-compatible systems. In the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller this function has been moved to the NMI_ENB bit in the PICICR register (see page 12-4). See the
programmable interrupt controller chapter of the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for
more information.
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC/CMOS RAM Data Port (RTCDATA)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
CMOSDATA[7–0]
Bit
Reset
Direct-Mapped
I/O Address 71h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is the RTC data port used to access the RTC index specified in the RTCIDX register (see page 17-2)
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
CMOSDATA
[7–0]
RTC/CMOS Data Port
This bit field is used to write to or read from the RTC index specified in the RTCIDX register
(see page 17-2).
Programming Notes
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Current Second (RTCCURSEC)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
SECOND[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 00h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is the RTC current second initialization and read-back register.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
SECOND[7–0]
RTC Current Second
Software initializes the seconds value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in binary or
binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The seconds component of the RTC time can be read
from this bit field.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 59d. If a value greater than 59d is programmed,
the bit field value increments up to FFh, wraps around to 0, and only then does the value
remain in the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of this register via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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RTC Alarm Second (RTCALMSEC)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
ALM_SECOND[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 01h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to initialize and read back the RTC alarm second.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
ALM_
SECOND[7–0]
RTC Alarm Second
Software initializes the alarm seconds value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in
either binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The alarm seconds component of the
RTC time can be read from this bit field.
Writing any value from C0h to FFh to this bit field makes the seconds component of the alarm
a wild card. For example, setting the hours, minutes, and seconds alarm registers to C0h
causes an RTC alarm event to be generated once per second. The wild card based once-persecond alarm does not occur unless the hours and minutes alarm settings are also wild cards.
The RTC logic checks once per second to see if an alarm has occurred.
Valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 59d and all wild card values.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Software can enable the RTC alarm as an interrupt via the ALM_INT_ENB bit in the RTCCTLB register. The
ALM_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register indicates whether an alarm event has occurred (see page 17-18).
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Current Minute (RTCCURMIN)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
MINUTE[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 02h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to initialize and read back the RTC current minute.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
MINUTE[7–0]
RTC Current Minute
Software initializes the minutes value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The minutes component of the RTC time can
be read from this bit field.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 59d. If a value greater than 59d is programmed,
the bit field value increments up to FFh, wraps around to 0, and only then does the value
remain in the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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RTC Alarm Minute (RTCALMMIN)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
ALM_MINUTE[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 03h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC alarm minute.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
ALM_
MINUTE[7–0]
RTC Alarm Minute
Software initializes the alarm minutes value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The alarm minutes component of the RTC time
can be read from this bit field.
Writing a value of C0–FFh to this bit field makes the minutes component of the alarm a wild
card. For example, setting the hours and minutes alarm registers to C0h causes an RTC
alarm event to be generated once per minute. The wild card based once-per-minute alarm
does not occur unless the hours alarm setting is also a wild card.
The RTC logic checks once per second to see if an alarm has occurred.
Valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 59d and all wild card values.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Software can enable the RTC alarm as an interrupt via the ALM_INT_ENB bit in the RTCCTLB register. The
ALM_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register indicates whether an alarm event has occurred (see page 17-18).
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Current Hour (RTCCURHR)
7
Bit
Reset
R/W
6
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 04h
5
4
AM_PM
x
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
HOUR[6–0]
x
x
x
R/W!
x
R/W!
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC current hour.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
AM_PM
RTC AM/PM Indicator
If the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit is 0 in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-17), the AM_PM bit
is used to indicate whether the current hour is AM or PM.
0 = The current hour is AM (12-hour mode only). In 24-hour mode, always clear this bit to 0.
1 = The current hour is PM (12-hour mode only).
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
6– 0
HOUR[6–0]
RTC Current Hour
Software initializes the hours value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either binary
or binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The hours component of the RTC time can be read
from this bit field.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
In 24-hour mode, valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 23d. In 12-hour mode, valid
values for this bit field range from 1 to 12d. If a value outside of the valid range is
programmed, the register value (including the AM_PM bit) increments up to FFh, wraps
around to 0, and only then does the value remain within the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software selects 12-hour or 24-hour mode via the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-17).
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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RTC Alarm Hour (RTCALMHR)
7
Bit
Reset
R/W
6
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 05h
5
4
ALM_
AM_PM
x
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
ALM_HOUR[6–0]
x
x
x
R/W!
x
R/W!
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC alarm hour.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
ALM_
AM_PM
RTC Alarm AM/PM Indicator
If the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit is 0 in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-17), the
ALM_AM_PM bit is used to indicate whether the alarm hour is AM or PM.
0 = The alarm hour is AM (12-hour mode only). In 24-hour mode, always clear this bit to 0
unless programming a wild card (see the ALM_HOUR bit description).
1 = The alarm hour is PM (12-hour mode only).
The RTC logic checks this bit field once per second.
6– 0
ALM_HOUR
[6–0]
RTC Alarm Hour
Software initializes the alarm hour value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) format. The alarm hours component of the RTC time
can be read from this bit field.
Writing a value of C0–FFh to this register makes the hours component of the alarm a wild
card. For example setting the hours alarm register to C0h causes an RTC alarm event to be
generated once per hour.
Note that if this register is written with a wild card when 12-hour mode is selected, the
ALM_AM_PM bit is a “don’t care” because an alarm occurs every hour regardless.
The RTC logic checks once per second to see if an alarm has occurred.
In 24-hour mode, valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 23d and all wild card values. In
12-hour mode, valid values for this bit field range from 1 to 12d and all wild card values.
Programming Notes
Software selects 12-hour or 24-hour mode via the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-17).
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Software can enable the RTC alarm as an interrupt via the ALM_INT_ENB bit in the RTCCTLB register. The
ALM_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register indicates whether an alarm event has occurred (see page 17-18).
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Current Day of the Week (RTCCURDOW)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DAY_OF_WEEK[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 06h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC current day of the week.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
DAY_OF_
WEEK[7–0]
RTC Current Day of the Week
Software initializes the day of week value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) formats.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 1d to 7d where:
1d = Sunday
2d = Monday
3d = Tuesday
4d = Wednesday
5d = Thursday
6d = Friday
7d = Saturday
If a value greater than 7d is programmed, the bit field value increments up to FFh, wraps
around to 0, and only then does the value remain within the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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RTC Current Day of the Month (RTCCURDOM)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
DAY_OF_MTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 07h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC current day of the month.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
DAY_OF_MTH
[7–0]
RTC Current Day of the Month
Software initializes the day of month value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) formats.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 1 to 31. However, a value in this range is considered
invalid if it is inappropriate for the month programmed in the MONTH bit field in the
RTCCURMON register (see page 17-12).
If a value greater than the number of days in the current month is programmed, the bit field
value increments up to FFh, wraps around to 0, and only then does the value remain in the
valid range.
If the MONTH bit field in the RTCCURMON register is 2d (February), and the YEAR bit field
value in the RTCCURYR register (see page 17-13) is a leap year, the DAY_OF_MTH bit field
does leap year compensation automatically.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Current Month (RTCCURMON)
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
MONTH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 08h
x
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC current month
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
MONTH[7–0]
RTC Current Month
Software initializes current month value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) formats.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 1d to 12d where:
1d = January
2d = February
3d = March
4d = April
5d = May
6d = June
7d = July
8d = August
9d = September
10d = October
11d = November
12d = December
If a value greater than 12d is programmed, the bit field value increments up to FFh, wraps
around to 0, and only then does the value remain within the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
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RTC Current Year (RTCCURYR)
7
6
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 09h
5
4
2
1
0
x
x
x
x
YEAR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
3
x
x
x
x
R/W!
R/W
Register Description
This register used to initialize and read back the RTC current year
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
YEAR[7–0]
RTC Current Year
Software initializes current year value for the RTC by writing data to this bit field in either
binary or binary-coded decimal (BCD) formats.
The RTC logic updates this bit field once per second.
Valid values for this bit field range from 0 to 99d. If a value greater than 99d is programmed,
the bit field value increments up to FFh, wraps around to 0, and only then does the value
remain within the valid range.
Programming Notes
Software can suspend updating of the RTC via the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16).
Software selects binary or BCD format via the DATE_MODE bit in the RTCCTLB register.
Refer to the RTC chapter in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for guidelines on storing
current century information to address year-2000 issues.
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RTC Control A (RTCCTLA)
7
Bit
6
UIP
Reset
x
R/W
R!
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 0Ah
5
4
3
OSC_CTL[2–0]
x
x
2
1
0
RATE_SEL[3–0]
x
x
x
R/W
x
x
R/W
Register Description
The RTC Control A register is used to determine if an RTC update is in progress, and to control the RTC internal
oscillator and periodic interrupt rate.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
UIP
Update in Progress
This bit is provided for use by software that needs to modify the time, calendar or alarm
registers in the real-time clock.
0 = Software has a guaranteed minimum window of 244 ms in which modifications to the time,
calendar, and alarm registers are allowed. While the UIP bit is 0, the time, calendar, and
alarm information in RTC RAM is not in transition, and are fully available to software.
1 = The time, calendar, and alarm registers are unavailable for access by software because
internal RTC logic is using them.
Setting the SET bit in the RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16) inhibits RTC register update
cycles and clears the UIP status bit.
The UIP bit is a read-only bit and is not affected by reset.
6– 4
OSC_CTL[2–0]
Internal Oscillator Control Bits
010 = Enable the RTC divider chain to run at the internal time base frequency, which results
in one time base update per second. This is the normal operational setting for the
OSC_CTL bit.
110 = Hold the RTC divider chain in the reset state. In this mode, the time and date update
cycles do not occur. This mode is useful for precision setting of the clock. Time and
date update cycles begin 500 milliseconds after the value of 010b is written to this field.
111 = Same as 110b.
All other values are reserved. Setting the OSC_CTL value to anything other than 11xb or
010b causes the RTC time base updates to occur at a frequency other than 1Hz.
These three bits are not affected by an RTC-only reset, and must be initialized to ensure
correct operation.
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Bit
Name
Function
3– 0
RATE_SEL
[3–0]
Rate Selection
The periodic interrupt output of the RTC is internally tied to the programmable interrupt
controller (PIC) and is available for use. The RATE_SEL bit field controls the rate at which
periodic interrupts are driven to PIC as follows:
0000 = Periodic interrupt disabled
0001 = 3.906 ms
0010 = 7.812 ms
0011 = 122.070 ms
0100 = 244.141 ms
0101 = 488.281 ms
0110 = 976.563 ms
0111 = 1.953 ms
1000 = 3.906 ms
1001 = 7.812 ms
1010 = 15.625 ms
1011 = 31.250 ms
1100 = 62.500 ms
1101 = 125.000 ms
1110 = 250.000 ms
1111 = 500.000 ms
The periodic interrupt is enabled by the PER_INT_ENB bit field in the RTCCTLB register (see
page 17-16).
The PER_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register provides latched status for the RTC periodic
interrupt event (see page 17-18).
Programming Notes
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RTC Control B (RTCCTLB)
Bit
Reset
R/W
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 0Bh
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
SET
PER_
INT_ENB
ALM_
INT_ENB
UPD_
INT_ENB
Reserved
DATE_
MODE
HOUR_
MODE_SEL
DS_ENB
x
0
0
0
0
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
RSV
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
The RTC Control B register is used to temporarily inhibit RTC updates is in progress, to enable RTC interrupts, and
to control date encoding, 12/24-hour mode, and daylight savings.
.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
SET
Set
0 = Time and date update cycles are enabled and occur once per second.
1 = Time and date update cycles are disabled, and any update in progress is aborted.
The SET bit feature is useful for allowing time and date registers to be updated by software
without being disturbed by an automatic update cycle occurring during the change.
Neither internal functions nor RTC-only resets affect the SET bit.
The SET bit should be set to 1 while changing the DATE_MODE, HOUR_MODE_SEL, or
DS_ENB bits; and cleared afterward.
6
PER_
INT_ENB
Periodic Interrupt Enable
0 = No RTC periodic interrupt is generated.
1 = The RTC periodic interrupt is enabled. When the PER_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC
register transitions from 0 to 1 (see page 17-18), the RTC periodic interrupt latches the
INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register to 1 (see page 17-18). If the PER_INT_FLG bit is 1
when the PER_INT_ENB bit is set by software, the INT_FLG bit is asserted immediately.
The PER_INT_ENB bit is not modified by any internal RTC functions, but is cleared by an
RTC-only reset.
The periodic interrupt rate is configured with the RATE_SEL bit field in the RTCCTLA register
(see page 17-15).
The PER_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register provides latched status for the RTC periodic
event (see page 17-18).
Before any RTC interrupt is enabled, the RTCMAP register (see page 12-21) must be
configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
5
ALM_
INT_ENB
Alarm Interrupt Enable
0 = No RTC alarm interrupt is generated.
1 = The RTC alarm interrupt is enabled. When the ALM_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register
transitions from 0 to 1 (see page 17-18), the RTC alarm interrupt latches the INT_FLG bit
in the RTCSTAC register to 1 (see page 17-18). If the ALM_INT_FLG bit is 1 when the
ALM_INT_ENB bit is set by software, the INT_FLG bit is asserted immediately.
The ALM_INT_ENB bit is not modified by any internal RTC functions, but is cleared by an
RTC-only reset.
The alarm interrupt time is configured with the RTCALMSEC (page 17-5), RTCALMMIN
(page 17-7), and RTCALMHR (page 17-9) registers.
The ALM_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register provides latched status for the RTC alarm
event (see page 17-18).
Before any RTC interrupt is enabled, the RTCMAP register (see page 12-21) must be
configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
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Bit
4
Name
Function
UPD_
INT_ENB
Update-Ended Interrupt Enable
0 = No RTC update ended interrupt is generated.
1 = The RTC update ended interrupt is enabled. When the UPD_INT_FLG bit in the
RTCSTAC register transitions from 0 to 1 (see page 17-19), the RTC update ended
interrupt latches the INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register to 1 (see page 17-18). If the
UPD_INT_FLG bit is 1 when the UPD_INT_ENB bit is set by software, the INT_FLG bit is
asserted immediately.
The UPD_INT_ENB bit is not modified by any internal RTC functions, but is cleared by an
RTC-only reset, or by writing the SET bit to 1.
The UPD_INT_FLG bit in the RTCSTAC register provides latched status for the RTC update
ended event (see page 17-19).
Before any RTC interrupt is enabled, the RTCMAP register (see page 12-21) must be
configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
DATE_MODE
Date Mode
The DATE_MODE bit selects whether time and calendar updates are to use binary or binarycoded decimal (BCD) formats.
0 = RTC time and calendar data use BCD encoding.
1 = RTC time and calendar data use binary encoding.
Neither internal functions nor RTC-only resets affect this bit.
The RTC time and date configuration registers (RTC indexes 0–9h) must be reinitialized after
software changes the DATE_MODE bit.
Software should set the SET bit to 1 before changing the DATE_MODE bit and then clear the
SET bit afterward.
1
HOUR_
MODE_SEL
12/24-Hour Mode Select
The HOUR_MODE_SEL bit selects whether the hours registers use 12- or 24-hour format.
0 = RTC hours registers use 12-hour format. The AM/PM bit of each hours register represents
PM when 1 and AM when 0.
1 = RTC hours registers use 24-hour format.
Neither internal functions nor RTC-only resets affect this bit.
The RTCCURHR (page 17-8) and RTCALMHR (page 17-9) registers must be reinitialized
after software changes the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit.
Software should set the SET bit to 1 before changing the HOUR_MODE_SEL bit and then
clear the SET bit afterward.
0
DS_ENB
Daylight Savings Enable
The DS_ENB bit enables special daylight savings time updates.
0 = Special daylight savings time updates do not occur.
1 = Two special time updates occur automatically when this bit is 1. On the first Sunday in
April, the time reading that follows 1:59:59 AM is 3:00:00 AM. On the last Sunday in
October, the time reading that follows 1:59:59 AM is 1:00:00 AM.
Neither internal functions nor RTC-only resets affect this bit.
Software should set the SET bit to 1 before changing the DS_ENB bit and then clear the SET
bit afterward.
Programming Notes
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RTC Status C (RTCSTAC)
Bit
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 0Ch
7
6
5
4
INT_FLG
PER_
INT_FLG
ALM_
INT_FLG
UPD_
INT_FLG
0
x
x
x
Reset
3
2
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
R!
R/W
1
RSV
Register Description
The RTC Status C provides RTC interrupt status.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
INT_FLG
Interrupt Request Flag
0 = The RTC interrupt request to the programmable interrupt controller (PIC) is driven
inactive.
1 = When this bit transitions from 0 to 1, the RTC interrupt request to the PIC is driven active,
which generates a CPU interrupt if the RTC interrupt source is enabled at the PIC.
The INT_FLG bit is set to 1 when any one (or more) of the PER_INT_FLG, ALM_INT_FLG, or
UPD_INT_FLG bits transition from 0 to 1 while the corresponding enable bit is asserted in the
RTCCTLB register (see page 17-16). The INT_FLG bit is also set to 1 if an RTC interrupt
source enable bit is written to 1 when the associated flag bit is already asserted.
The INT_FLG bit is cleared after read, and is also cleared by an RTC-only reset.
If the internal RTC is disabled (via the RTC_DIS bit in the ADDDECCTL register, see
page 2-3), the internal signal associated with the INT_FLG status bit is not automatically
disconnected from the PIC. If the intent is to use an external RTC to drive the RTC interrupt
request, then all internal RTC interrupt enables (bits PER_INT_ENB, ALM_INT_ENB, and
UPD_INT_ENB) must be cleared in the RTCCTLB register prior to disabling the internal RTC
(see page 17-16).
6
PER_INT_FLG
Periodic Interrupt Flag
0 = An RTC periodic event has not occurred since this bit was cleared. This bit is cleared after
read and is also cleared by an RTC-only reset.
1 = An RTC periodic event has occurred.
This bit is set when an RTC periodic event occurs regardless of the state of its interrupt
enable bit (the PER_INT_ENB bit in the RTCCTLB register, page 17-16).
The periodic interrupt rate is configured with the RATE_SEL bit field in the RTCCTLA register
(see page 17-15).
5
ALM_INT_FLG
Alarm Interrupt Flag
0 = An RTC alarm event has not occurred since this bit was cleared. This bit is cleared after
read and is also cleared by an RTC-only reset.
1 = An RTC alarm event has occurred.
This bit is set when an RTC alarm event occurs regardless of the state of its interrupt enable
bit (the ALM_INT_ENB bit in the RTCCTLB register, page 17-16).
Alarm events can only occur with a time resolution of one second.
An alarm event occurs when the current time contained in the RTCCURSEC, RTCCURMIN,
and RTCCURHR registers is equal to the alarm setting configured in the RTCALMSEC,
RTCALMMIN, and RTCALMHR registers (see page 17-4 through page 17-9).
The alarm time can contain wildcards for hour, minute, or second settings. A wildcard is any
value from C0h to FFh.
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Bit
4
Name
Function
UPD_INT_FLG
Update-Ended Interrupt Flag
0 = An RTC update-ended event has not occurred since this bit was cleared. This bit is
cleared after read, and is also cleared by an RTC-only reset.
1 = An RTC update-ended event has occurred.
This bit is set upon termination of each time/date update cycle.
3– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
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Real-Time Clock Registers
RTC Status D (RTCSTAD)
7
Bit
6
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Index 0Dh
5
4
RTC_VRT
Reset
?
R/W
R
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
Reserved
0
0
0
0
RSV
Register Description
The RTC Status D register provides RTC voltage monitor status.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
RTC_VRT
Valid RAM and Time
The Valid RAM and Time (RTC_VRT) bit is used to determine the validity of the RTC time,
date and CMOS RAM registers.
0 = Indicates that the RTC backup battery, as sensed by the microcontroller’s BBATSEN pin,
was below a fixed reference voltage prior to the application of main system power. (See
the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Data Sheet, order #22003, for the RTC voltage monitor
reference voltage.) Because the RTC reference voltage is too low to keep the RTC logic
operational, the RTC date, time, and CMOS RAM are invalid, and the microcontroller
performed an RTC-only reset as a result. An RTC-only reset clears this latched status bit.
1 = Reading this bit causes it to be set to 1, and it remains set until an RTC-only reset occurs.
Note that this bit is not a real-time indication of the state of the external RTC backup battery,
although there can be a relationship. For example, if the RTC backup battery is removed while
main system power is still applied, this bit still reads back 1 until main system power is cycled.
This bit is always set to 0 upon RTC-only reset. This bit is always set to 1 after an initial read
to this register is performed. This bit remains set to 1 until an RTC-only reset occurs. RTConly reset occurs any time the BBATSEN input is sampled to be below the RTC reference
voltage during a power-on reset.
6– 0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
The default value for this register (RTCSTAD) depends on whether an RTC-only reset has occurred. The RTC-only
reset occurs when the BBATSEN input is sampled to be below the RTC reference voltage prior to a power-on system
reset. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Data Sheet, order #22003, for the RTC voltage monitor reference
voltage.
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General-Purpose CMOS RAM (114 bytes) (RTCCMOS)
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
x
x
x
RTC_CMOS_REG_X[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
I/O Address 70h/71h
RTC Indexes 0E–7Fh
x
x
x
x
x
R/W
R/W
Register Description
These registers are the general-purpose CMOS RAM registers.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
RTC_CMOS_
REG_X[7–0]
CMOS RAM Location
These are 114 bytes of general-purpose, battery-backed (nonvolatile) CMOS RAM available
for use by system software, applications, etc.
In a PC/AT-compatible system, many of these bytes can be used by the system BIOS. The
number of bytes used and the meaning of data stored in a given CMOS RAM byte location
can vary between different BIOS vendors or even between different versions of a single BIOS.
Accesses to CMOS RAM locations can be performed without any regard for RTC operations.
For example, DATE_MODE bit has no effect on CMOS RAM data.
If the RTC is disabled (via the RTC_DIS bit in the ADDDECCTL register, see page 2-3), the
CMOS RAM is unavailable, but not lost (unless both main and backup power to the internal
RTC is removed). Re-enabling the RTC allows access to the CMOS RAM with its contents
intact.
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
18
18.1
UART SERIAL PORT REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) registers
of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The ÉlanSC520 microcontroller includes two industry-standard 16550-compatible UARTs.
The UART register set includes two groups of registers:
■ Six memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers are used to configure and
control UART functions specific to the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
■ 24 direct-mapped I/O registers are used for industry-standard UART configuration,
control, and status functions.
See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the UARTs.
Table 18-1 and Table 18-2 list each type of UART register in offset order, with the
corresponding description’s page number.
18.2
REGISTERS
Table 18-1
UART MMCR Registers
Table 18-2
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
Page Number
UART 1 General Control
UART1CTL
CC0h
page 18-3
UART 1 General Status
UART1STA
CC1h
page 18-4
UART 1 FIFO Control Shadow
UART1FCRSHAD
CC2h
page 18-5
UART 2 General Control
UART2CTL
CC4h
page 18-3
UART 2 General Status
UART2STA
CC5h
page 18-4
UART 2 FIFO Control Shadow
UART2FCRSHAD
CC6h
page 18-5
UART Direct-Mapped Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
UART 2 Transmit Holding
UART2THR
02F8h
page 18-7
UART 2 Receive Buffer
UART2RBR
02F8h
page 18-8
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB UART2BCDL
02F8h
page 18-9
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB UART2BCDH
02F9h
page 18-10
UART 2 Interrupt Enable
UART2INTENB
02F9h
page 18-11
UART 2 Interrupt ID
UART2INTID
02FAh
page 18-12
UART 2 FIFO Control
UART2FCR
02FAh
page 18-15
UART 2 Line Control
UART2LCR
02FBh
page 18-17
UART 2 Modem Control
UART2MCR
02FCh
page 18-19
UART 2 Line Status
UART2LSR
02FDh
page 18-21
UART 2 Modem Status
UART2MSR
02FEh
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Table 18-2
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UART Direct-Mapped Registers (Continued)
Register Name
Mnemonic
I/O Address
UART 2 Scratch Pad
UART2SCRATCH
02FFh
page 18-25
UART 1 Transmit Holding
UART1THR
03F8h
page 18-7
UART 1 Receive Buffer
UART1RBR
03F8h
page 18-8
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB UART1BCDL
03F8h
page 18-9
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB UART1BCDH
03F9h
page 18-10
UART 1 Interrupt Enable
UART1INTENB
03F9h
page 18-11
UART 1 Interrupt ID
UART1INTID
03FAh
page 18-12
UART 1 FIFO Control
UART1FCR
03FAh
page 18-15
UART 1 Line Control
UART1LCR
03FBh
page 18-17
UART 1 Modem Control
UART1MCR
03FCh
page 18-19
UART 1 Line Status
UART1LSR
03FDh
page 18-21
UART 1 Modem Status
UART1MSR
03FEh
page 18-23
UART 1 Scratch Pad
UART1SCRATCH
03FFh
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Memory-Mapped
UART 1 General Control (UART1CTL)
MMCR Offset CC0h
UART 2 General Control (UART2CTL)
MMCR Offset CC4h
7
6
4
3
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
CLK_SRC
0
RSV
R/W
2
0
1
0
RXTC_ENB TXTC_ENB
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to enable or disable the transmit and receive transfer count (TC) interrupt and also select from
two internal baud-rate clock sources.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
2
CLK_SRC
UART x Clock Source Enable
0 = 18.432 MHz
1 = 1.8432 MHz
1
RXTC_ENB
UART x Receive TC Interrupt Enable
0 = Receive TC interrupt disable
1 = Receive TC interrupt enable
0
TXTC_ENB
UART x Transmit TC Interrupt Enable
0 = Transmit TC interrupt disable
1 = Transmit TC interrupt enable
Programming Notes
Each UART can generate an interrupt when the transfer count (GPTC) signal associated with DMA transfers is
asserted. Table 18-5 on page 18-14 provides a summary of UART interrupt sources.
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Memory-Mapped
UART 1 General Status (UART1STA)
MMCR Offset CC1h
UART 2 General Status (UART2STA)
MMCR Offset CC5h
7
6
5
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
RXTC_DET TXTC_DET
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
0
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register shows the status of transfer count (TC) interrupt detected for the UART. These bits are cleared by
writing a 1 to them.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
RXTC_DET
UART x Receive TC Detected
When reading:
0 = TC not detected
1
1 = TC detected
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
0
TXTC_DET
UART x Transmit TC Detected
When reading:
0 = TC not detected
1 = TC detected
This bit is cleared by writing a 1.
Programming Notes
Each UART can generate an interrupt when the transfer count (GPTC) signal associated with DMA transfers is
asserted. Table 18-5 on page 18-14 provides a summary of UART interrupt sources.
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Memory-Mapped
UART 1 FIFO Control Shadow (UART1FCRSHAD)
MMCR Offset CC2h
UART 2 FIFO Control Shadow (UART2FCRSHAD)
MMCR Offset CC6h
7
5
RFRT[1–0]
Bit
Reset
6
0
R/W
4
Reserved
0
R
0
0
RSV
3
2
1
0
DMA_
MODE
TF_CLR
RF_CLR
FIFO_ENB
0
0
0
0
R
R
R
R
Register Description
This register is provided for reading the information written to the UART x FIFO Control (UARTxFCR) register (see
page 18-15), because the UARTxFCR register is write-only. Writing to this shadow register has no effect.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
RFRT[1–0]
Receiver FIFO Register Trigger Bits
In 16550-compatible mode, this bit field specifies the trigger level at which the INT_ID bit field
in the UARTxINTID register (see page 18-13) reports that a received data available interrupt
is pending. If received data available interrupts are enabled in the UARTxINTENB register
(page 18-11), the system is interrupted when the receive FIFO fills to the trigger level as
follows:
00 = 1 byte
01 = 4 bytes
10 = 8 bytes
11 = 14 bytes
When the data in the receive FIFO falls below the specified trigger level, the interrupt is
cleared.
5–4
3
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA_MODE
DMA Mode
This bit is valid only in 16550-compatible mode. In 16450-compatible mode, the DMA
operation is defined as if this bit were set to 0.
0 = The internal rxdrq signal to the DMA controller goes High when there is at least one
character in the receiver FIFO or the UARTx Receive Buffer register (see page 18-8). The
internal txdrq signal goes High when the transmitter FIFO (16550-compatible mode) or
the UARTx Transmit Holding register (page 18-7) (16450-compatible mode) is not full.
1 = The internal rxdrq signal goes High when the trigger level or the time-out has been
reached, and then it goes inactive when there are no more characters in the FIFO or
holding register. For transmit, the internal txdrq signal goes High when the transmitter
FIFO is not full and remains High until the transmitter FIFO is completely full.
2
TF_CLR
Transmitter FIFO Clear
Because the direct-mapped version of this bit is self-clearing, it always reads back 0.
1
RF_CLR
Receiver FIFO Clear
Because the direct-mapped version of this bit is self-clearing, it always reads back 0.
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Bit
0
Name
Function
FIFO_ENB
FIFO Enabled (16550-Compatible Mode Enabled)
0 = The UART is in 16450-compatible mode. Accesses to receive and transmit FIFOs and to
all FIFO control bits (except FIFO_ENB) in the write-only UART x FIFO Control
(UARTxFCR) register are disabled (see page 18-15).
1 = The UART is in 16550-compatible mode. Accesses to receive and transmit FIFOs and to
all FIFO control bits in the write-only UARTxFCR register are enabled.
This bit must be 1 when other UARTxFCR register bits are written to or they cannot be
programmed. Any mode switch clears both FIFOs.
Programming Notes
UARTxFCRSHAD is a shadow register for the write-only UART x FIFO Control (UARTxFCR) register (see
page 18-15).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Transmit Holding (UART2THR)
I/O Address 02F8h
UART 1 Transmit Holding (UART1THR)
I/O Address 03F8h
7
6
5
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
THR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
3
0
0
0
0
W!
R/W
Register Description
This is a write-only register used to write data to be transmitted. This register can be accessed only when the DLAB
bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
THR[7–0]
UART x Transmit Holding Register
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UART x Line Control (UARTxLCR) register (see page 18-17)
and the THRE bit is 1 in the UART x Line Status (UARTxLSR) register (see page 18-21),
writing a byte to this bit field causes the byte to be transmitted.
Programming Notes
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), reads from this address access the UART x
Receive Buffer (UARTxRBR) register (see page 18-8), and writes to this address access the UART x Transmit
Holding (UARTxTHR) register.
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register, reads from and writes to this address access the UART x Baud
Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UARTxBCDL) register (see page 18-9).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Receive Buffer (UART2RBR)
I/O Address 02F8h
UART 1 Receive Buffer (UART1RBR)
I/O Address 03F8h
7
6
5
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
RBR[7–0]
Bit
Reset
3
0
0
0
0
R!
R/W
Register Description
This is a read-only register used to read received data. This register can be accessed only when the DLAB bit is 0
in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
RBR[7–0]
UART x Receive Buffer
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UART x Line Control (UARTxLCR) register (see page 18-17)
and the DR bit is 1 in the UART x Line Status (UARTxLSR) register (see page 18-21), this bit
field contains valid data received over the serial line.
Reading this bit field returns the last byte received (in 16450-compatible mode) or the head of
the receive FIFO (in 16550-compatible mode).
Programming Notes
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), reads from this address access the UART x
Receive Buffer (UARTxRBR) register, and writes to this address access the UART x Transmit Holding (UARTxTHR)
register (see page 18-7).
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register, reads from and writes to this address access the UART x Baud
Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UARTxBCDL) register (see page 18-9).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UART2BCDL)
I/O Address 02F8h
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UART1BCDL)
I/O Address 03F8h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
DIV[7–0]
Bit
0
Reset
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits DIV[7–0] of the16-bit baud-rate clock divisor used to generate the 16x baud clock. The
baud-rate clock divisor can only be accessed when the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17).
The DIV[15–8] bits are located in the UARTxBCDH register (see page 18-10).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DIV[7–0]
UART x Baud Clock Divisor Latch
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), this bit field holds the least
significant byte of a 16-bit baud-rate clock divisor that is used to generate the 16x baud clock.
Programming Notes
Setting the DIV[15–0] bit field to 0000h is not supported.
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), reads from this address access the UART x
Receive Buffer (UARTxRBR) register (see page 18-8), and writes to this address access the UART x Transmit
Holding (UARTxTHR) register (see page 18-7).
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register, reads from and writes to this address access the UART x Baud
Clock Divisor Latch LSB (UARTxBCDL) register.
The clock source frequency is selected by the CLK_SRC bit in the UARTxCTL register (see page 18-3). Table 183 lists the divisor value (in decimal and hexadecimal) to use with each clock frequency to achieve common baud rates.
Table 18-3
Baud Rates, Divisors, and Clock Source
Baud Rate
300 baud
600 baud
2400 baud
4800 baud
7200 baud
9600 baud
14.4 kbaud
19.2 kbaud
57.6 kbaud
115.2 kbaud
144 kbaud
192 kbaud
288 kbaud
576 kbaud
1.152 Mbaud
DIV[15–0] (Decimal)
1.8432 MHz
18.432 MHz
384d
3840d
192d
1920d
48d
480d
24d
240d
16d
160d
12d
120d
8d
80d
6d
60d
2d
20d
1d
10d
8d
6d
4d
2d
1d
DIV[15–0] (Hexadecimal)
1.8432 MHz
18.432 MHz
0180h
0F00h
00C0h
0780h
0030h
01E0h
0018h
00F0h
000Fh
00A0h
000Ch
0078h
0008h
0050h
0006h
003Ch
0002h
0014h
0001h
000Ah
0008h
0006h
0004h
0002h
0001h
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UART2BCDH)
I/O Address 02F9h
UART 1 Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UART1BCDH)
I/O Address 03F9h
7
6
5
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
DIV[15–8]
Bit
Reset
3
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains bits DIV[15–8] of the16-bit baud-rate clock divisor used to generate the 16x baud clock. The
baud-rate clock divisor can only be accessed when the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17).
The DIV[7–0] bits are located in the UARTxBCDL register (see page 18-9).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DIV[15–8]
UART x Baud Clock Divisor Latch
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), this bit field holds the
most significant byte of the 16-bit baud-rate clock divisor that is used to generate the 16x
baud clock.
Programming Notes
Setting the DIV[15–0] bit field to 0000h in the UARTxBCDL and UARTxBCDH registers is not supported.
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), reads from and writes to this address access
the UART x Interrupt Enable (UARTxINTENB) register (see page 18-11).
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register, reads from and writes to this address access the UART x Baud
Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UARTxBCDH) register.
The clock source frequency is selected by the CLK_SRC bit in the UARTxCTL register (see page 18-3). Table 183 on page 18-9 lists the divisor value (in decimal and hexadecimal) to use with each clock frequency to achieve
common baud rates.
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Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Interrupt Enable (UART2INTENB)
I/O Address 02F9h
UART 1 Interrupt Enable (UART1INTENB)
I/O Address 03F9h
7
6
4
Reserved
Bit
Reset
5
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
3
2
1
0
EMSI
ERLSI
ETHREI
ERDAI
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register enables the following serial port interrupts: modem status, receiver line status, transmitter holding
register empty, received data available, and time-out interrupt. This register can be accessed only when the DLAB
bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17).
Each interrupt can individually activate the interrupt request signal.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–4
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
EMSI
Enable Modem Status Interrupt
0 = Disable modem status interrupt.
3
1 = Enable modem status interrupt.
2
ERLSI
Enable Receiver Line Status Interrupt
0 = Disable receiver line status interrupt.
1 = Enable receiver line status interrupt.
1
ETHREI
Enable Transmitter Holding Register Empty Interrupt
0 = Disable transmitter holding register empty interrupt.
1 = Enable transmitter holding register empty interrupt.
0
ERDAI
Enable Received Data Available Interrupt
0 = Disable data available interrupt in 16450-compatible mode; in 16550-compatible mode,
disable FIFO trigger level reached interrupt and time-out interrupt.
1 = Enable received data available interrupt in 16450-compatible mode; in 16550-compatible
mode, this bit also enables FIFO trigger level reached interrupt and time-out interrupt.
More detail on time-out interrupts can be found in the UARTxINTID register description
(page 18-12).
Programming Notes
Table 18-5 on page 18-14 provides a summary of UART interrupt sources.
When the DLAB bit is 0 in the UARTxLCR register (see page 18-17), reads from and writes to this address access
the UART x Interrupt Enable (UARTxINTENB) register.
When the DLAB bit is 1 in the UARTxLCR register, reads from and writes to this address access the UART x Baud
Clock Divisor Latch MSB (UARTxBCDH) register (see page 18-10).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Interrupt ID (UART2INTID)
I/O Address 02FAh
UART 1 Interrupt ID (UART1INTID)
I/O Address 03FAh
7
Bit
6
5
FIFO_MODE[1–0]
Reset
0
0
R/W
R
R
4
3
Reserved
0
2
1
INT_NOT_
PND
INT_ID[2–0]
0
RSV
0
0
0
0
1
R
R
R
R
Register Description
This read-only register is used to identify UART interrupts and the current FIFO mode. Writes to this address access
the UART x FIFO Control (UARTxFCR) register (see page 18-15).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
FIFO_MODE
[1–0]
FIFO Mode Indication
FIFO is only present when 16550-compatible mode is enabled:
00 = 16450-compatible mode is enabled
01 = No significance
10 = No significance
11 = 16550-compatible mode is enabled
The FIFO mode is selected by the FIFO_ENB bit in the UARTxFCR register (see page 18-16).
5–4
18-12
Reserved
Reserved
These bits always read back 00b.
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Bit
Name
Function
3–1
INT_ID[2–0]
Interrupt Identification Bit Field
The INT_ID bit field indicates only the highest priority interrupt (as defined in Table 18-4)
when two interrupt sources are pending simultaneously. When the interrupt source is cleared,
a subsequent read from the INT_ID bit field returns the next highest priority interrupt source.
The INT_ID bit field has no meaning if the INT_NOT_PND bit is 1.
Table 18-4
INT_ID
Bit Field
UART Interrupt Identification and Priority
Description
Identification
Priority
000b
Modem status
Fourth (Lowest)
001b
Transmit holding register empty (16540-compatible mode)/Transmit
FIFO empty (16550-compatible mode)
Third
010b
Received data available (16540-compatible mode)/
Receiver FIFO trigger (16550-compatible mode)
Second
011b
Receive line status
First (Highest)
100b
Not used
—
101b
Not used
—
110b
FIFO time-out
Second
111b
Not used
—
In 16450-compatible mode, the INT_ID[2] bit always reads back 0.
A receiver FIFO trigger occurs when the data in the receive FIFO fills to the level set in the
RFRT bit field of the UARTxFCR register (see page 18-15).
A FIFO time-out occurs when the receive FIFO is not empty, and more than four continuous
character times have elapsed without more data being placed into or read out of the receive
FIFO. Reading a character from the receive FIFO clears the time-out interrupt.
See the UARTxLSR and UARTxMSR register descriptions on page 18-21 and page 18-23 for
information about the other interrupt events identified by the INT_ID bit field.
0
INT_NOT_
PND
No Serial Port Interrupt Pending
0 = Interrupt pending
1 = No Interrupt pending
Programming Notes
Table 18-5 on page 18-14 provides a summary of UART interrupt sources.
Interrupts generated by the UART are cleared in a variety of ways, depending on the source event. For details about
clearing a particular event, see the event’s status bit description. Table 18-5 on page 18-14 lists interrupt status
registers and bits. For additional information, see the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004.
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Table 18-5
UART Interrupt Programming Summary
Interrupt Description
Receive DMA transfer count
Transmit DMA transfer count
Modem status change
Receiver line status
Enable
Register1, 2
Status
Register3
UARTxCTL,
page 18-3
UARTxSTA,
page 18-4
UARTxINTENB,
page 18-11
UARTxMSR,
page 18-23
UARTxLSR,
page 18-21
Source Event
Polled
Status Bit
UART x Receive TC Detected
RXTC_DET
UART x Transmit TC Detected
TXTC_DET
Delta data carrier detect
DDCD
Trailing edge ring indicator
TERI
Delta data set ready
DDSR
Delta clear to send
DCTS
Break indicator
BI
Framing error
FE
Parity error
PE
Overrun error
OE
Transmitter holding register
empty
Transmit holding register (16450compatible mode) or transmitter FIFO
(16550-compatible mode) empty
Received data available
Data ready
(16450-compatible mode)
DR
FIFO trigger level reached
(16550-compatible mode)
—
FIFO time-out
(16550-compatible mode)
—
—4
FIFO time-out5
THRE
Notes:
1. Before any UART interrupt is enabled, the corresponding UARTxMAP register (see page 12-21) must be configured to route
the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
2. The OUT2 bit in the UARTxMCR register (page 18-19) is used as a master control for UART interrupts. The OUT2 bit must be
set for UART interrupts to be generated. Status bits can be read even when interrupts are disabled.
3. If two of the interrupts enabled in the UARTxINTENB register are pending simultaneously, the highest-priority interrupt is identified in the INT_ID bit field of the UARTxINTID register (see page 18-13).
4. There are no polled-status bits for the FIFO trigger level and FIFO time-out events. These events are indicated by the INT_ID
bit field only (see page 18-13).
5. The FIFO time-out interrupt is enabled with the received data available interrupt by the ERDAI bit in the UARTxINTENB register
(see page 18-11).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 FIFO Control (UART2FCR)
I/O Address 02FAh
UART 1 FIFO Control (UART1FCR)
I/O Address 03FAh
7
6
5
RFRT[1–0]
Bit
4
Reserved
Reset
0
0
R/W
W
W
0
0
RSV
3
2
1
0
DMA_
MODE
TF_CLR
RF_CLR
FIFO_ENB
0
0
0
0
W
W
W
W
Register Description
This is a write-only register used to enable and control the FIFO in 16550-compatible mode. Reads to this address
access the UART x Interrupt ID (UARTxINTID) register (see page 18-12).
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–6
RFRT[1–0]
Receiver FIFO Register Trigger Bits
In 16550-compatible mode, this bit field specifies the trigger level at which the INT_ID bit field
in the UARTxINTID register (see page 18-13) reports that a received data available interrupt
is pending. If received data available interrupts are enabled in the UARTxINTENB register
(page 18-11), the system is interrupted when the receive FIFO fills to the trigger level as
follows:
00 = 1 byte
01 = 4 bytes
10 = 8 bytes
11 = 14 bytes
When the data in the receive FIFO falls below the specified trigger level, the interrupt is
cleared.
5–4
3
Reserved
Reserved
These bits should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
DMA_MODE
DMA Mode
This bit is valid only in 16550-compatible mode. In 16450-compatible mode, the DMA
operation is defined as if this bit were set to 0.
0 = The internal rxdrq signal to the DMA controller goes High when there is at least one
character in the receiver FIFO or the UARTx Receive Buffer register (see page 18-8). The
txdrq signal goes High when the transmitter FIFO (16550-compatible mode) or the UARTx
Transmit Holding register (page 18-7) (16450-compatible mode) is not full.
1 = The internal rxdrq signal goes High when the trigger level or the time-out has been
reached, and then it goes inactive when there are no more characters in the FIFO or
holding register. For transmit, the txdrq signal goes High when the transmitter FIFO is not
full and remains High until the transmitter FIFO is completely full.
2
TF_CLR
Transmitter FIFO Clear
0 = Writing a 0 to this bit has no effect. This bit is self-clearing and does not need to be reset
by software.
1 = Writing a 1 to this bit position clears the transmit FIFO and resets the transmit FIFO
counter logic. It does not clear the transmitter shift register.
1
RF_CLR
Receiver FIFO Clear
0 = Writing a 0 to this bit has no effect. This bit is self-clearing and does not need to be reset
by software.
1= Writing a 1 to this bit position clears the receive FIFO and resets the receive FIFO counter
logic. It does not clear the receive shift register.
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UART Serial Port Registers
Bit
0
Name
Function
FIFO_ENB
FIFO Enable
0 = Causes the UART to enter 16450-compatible mode.
Disables accesses to receive and transmit FIFOs and all FIFO control bits, except this bit.
1 = Causes the UART to enter 16550-compatible mode.
Enables receive and transmit FIFO buffers, and enables accesses to other FIFO control
bits.
Programming Notes
The contents of this write-only register can be read back via the UART x FIFO Control Shadow (UARTxFCRSHAD)
register (see page 18-5).
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Line Control (UART2LCR)
I/O Address 02FBh
UART 1 Line Control (UART1LCR)
I/O Address 03FBh
Bit
Reset
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
DLAB
SB
SP
EPS
PENB
STP
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
1
0
WLS[1–0]
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to configure the format of the UART frame for data transfer, including character length, stop
bits, and parity. The DLAB bit is used to gain access to the baud-rate divisor latches or the UARTxTHR and
UARTxRBR registers.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
DLAB
Divisor Latch Access
0 = Software can access the transmit holding, receive buffer, and interrupt enable registers:
UARTxTHR (page 18-7), UARTxRBR (page 18-8), and UARTxINTENB (page 18-11).
1 = Software can access the baud rate divisor latch registers: UARTxBCDL (page 18-9) and
UARTxBCDH (page 18-10).
6
SB
Set Break Enable
Setting this bit causes a break condition to be transmitted to the receiving UART.
0 = Disable set break.
1 = Force serial output to spacing state (logic 0) regardless of other transmitter activity.
The break control acts on the SOUTx pin only and has no other effect on the transmitter logic.
5
SP
Stick Parity Enable
Stick parity forces the parity bit to be always 0 or 1.
0 = Stick Parity is disabled. If parity is enabled (by the PENB bit), normal parity is used: the
parity bit dynamically changes so the number of 1 bits in the transmitted data is always
odd or even (depending on the EPS bit).
1 = Stick Parity is enabled. If parity is enabled, the parity bit is always 0 or 1.
If bits SP, EPS, and PENB are 1, the parity bit is generated and checked as 0.
If bits SP and PENB are 1 and EPS is 0, the parity bit is generated and checked as 1.
4
EPS
Even Parity Select
Parity must be enabled via the PENB bit for this bit to have meaning:
0 = Odd parity. The parity bit is manipulated to force an odd number of 1 bits in the transmitted
data and the same condition is checked for in the received data.
1 = Even parity. The parity bit is manipulated to force an even number of 1 bits in the
transmitted data and the same condition is checked for in the received data.
Start and stop bits are not included in the parity generation and checking scheme.
3
PENB
Parity Enable
0 = Parity is disabled.
1 = Parity is enabled. A parity bit is generated in the transmitted data and checked in the
received data. The parity bit is located between the last data-word bit and the first stop bit
in the bit stream.
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UART Serial Port Registers
Bit
2
Name
Function
STP
Stop Bits
This bit sets the number of stop bits used, based on the character length set in the WSL bit
field:
If WSL = 00b (5-bit words):
0 = 1 stop bit
1 = 1.5 stop bits
If WSL = 01–11b (6-, 7-, or 8-bit words):
0 = 1 stop bit
1 = 2 stop bits
1–0
WLS[1–0]
Transmit/Receive Word Length Select
This bit field sets the UART data word length.
00 = 5 bits
01 = 6 bits
10 = 7 bits
11 = 8 bits
Programming Notes
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Modem Control (UART2MCR)
I/O Address 02FCh
UART 1 Modem Control (UART1MCR)
I/O Address 03FCh
7
5
Reserved
Bit
Reset
6
0
R/W
0
4
3
2
1
0
LOOP
OUT2
OUT1
RTS
DTR
0
RSV
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to control the interface with the modem or peripheral device. It is used to enable interrupts from
the UART, enable loopback diagnostic mode, or assert RTSx or DTRx.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–5
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
LOOP
Loopback Mode (Diagnostic Mode) Enable
0 = Loopback mode is disabled
4
1 = Loopback mode is enabled
The following internal connections are made by setting this diagnostic bit:
RTSx is internally connected to CTSx.
DTRx is internally connected to DSRx.
out1 is internally connected to RINx.
out2 is internally connected to DCDx.
Also, the SOUTx pin is driven High, the SIN input line is blocked, and interrupt generation to
the PIC is disabled. The transmit shift register is directly connected to the receive shift
register. In addition, the DTRx and RTSx signals, and the internal out1 and out2 signals are
forced inactive. Modem status events (UARTxMSR register, see page 18-23) can be forced by
setting the EMSI bit in the UARTxINTENB register (see page 18-11), and changing one of the
bits OUT2, OUT1, RTS, or DTR in this register (UARTxMCR) in loopback mode.
3
OUT2
Enable UART x Interrupts
This bit controls the internal out2 signal, which is used internally as a master enable for UART
x interrupts when loopback mode is disabled.
0 = No UART x interrupt requests are sensed at the Programmable Interrupt Controller (PIC).
1 = UART x interrupt requests are enabled.
In loopback mode, the internal out2 signal is internally connected to the DCDx signal, which
can be read via the DCD bit in the UARTxMSR register (see page 18-23).
0 = In loopback mode, the out2 signal forces DCDx High (deasserted).
1 = In loopback mode, the out2 signal forces DCDx Low (asserted).
2
OUT1
out1 Control
This bit controls the internal out1 signal, which is not used when loopback mode is disabled. It
is provided for PC/AT compatibility and for use as part of the loopback diagnostics.
0 = In loopback mode, the out1 signal forces RINx High (deasserted).
1 = In loopback mode, the out1 signal forces RINx Low (asserted).
In loopback mode, the internal out1 signal is internally connected to the RINx signal, which
can be read via the RIN bit in the UARTxMSR register (see page 18-23). Other than that, the
OUT1 bit has no effect on system operation and can be used as a scratch pad during normal
system operation.
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UART Serial Port Registers
Bit
1
Name
Function
RTS
Request To Send
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the RTSx signal.
0 = RTSx is forced High, deasserting the signal.
1 = RTSx is forced Low, asserting the signal.
In loopback mode, the RTSx signal is internally connected to the CTSx signal, which can be
read via the CTS bit in the UARTxMSR register (see page 18-23).
0
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the DTRx signal.
0 = DTRx is forced High, deasserting the signal.
1 = DTRx is forced Low, asserting the signal.
In loopback mode, the DTRx signal is internally connected to the DSRx signal, which can be
read via the DSR bit in the UARTxMSR register (see page 18-23).
Programming Notes
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UART Serial Port Registers
Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Line Status (UART2LSR)
I/O Address 02FDh
UART 1 Line Status (UART1LSR)
I/O Address 03FDh
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
ERR_IN_
FIFO
TEMT
THRE
BI
FE
PE
OE
DR
Reset
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R!
R!
R!
R!
R!
R!
R!
R!
Bit
Register Description
This read-only register shows the status of the data transfer, with indicators for transmitter or transmit holding register
empty, break detected, framing error, parity error, overrun error, and received data ready.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
ERR_IN_FIFO
16550-Compatible Mode Error
0 = In 16550-compatible mode, there is no parity error, framing error, or break condition in the
receive FIFO. In 16450-compatible mode, this bit always reads back 0.
1 = At least one parity error, framing error or break condition is present in the receive FIFO
(16550-compatible mode only).
This bit is cleared by a read from this register (UARTxLSR) or by a read from the receiver
FIFO when there are no more error conditions present in the FIFO.
6
TEMT
Transmitter Empty Indicator
0 = The transmit shift register still has data to transmit.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, both the transmit holding register and the transmit shift
register are empty. In 16550-compatible mode, both the transmit FIFO and the transmit
shift register are empty.
5
THRE
Transmit Holding Register (16450-Compatible Mode) or Transmitter FIFO (16550Compatible Mode) Empty
0 = The transmitter still has data to place in the transmit shift register.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, the transmit holding register is ready to accept a new
character. In 16550-compatible mode, the transmit FIFO is completely empty.
In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is automatically reset by a write to the UARTxTHR register
(see page 18-7). In 16550-compatible mode, this interrupt is cleared when the transmit FIFO
is written to.
This bit can be used to generate an interrupt if programmed to do so via the Interrupt Enable
register.
4
BI
Break Indicator
0 = There is no break indication associated with the current character.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is set when the UART has detected that the sending
UART has transmitted a break condition for a period longer than the time it takes to
receive start, data, parity and stop bits.
In 16550-compatible mode, this bit is set when an entire word (start, data, parity, stop)
that was received into the FIFO with break indication present is now at the top of the
FIFO. Only one break indication is loaded into the FIFO regardless of the duration of the
break condition. A new character is not loaded into the FIFO until the next valid start bit is
detected.
This latched status bit is automatically cleared by a read from this register (UARTxLSR).
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Bit
3
Name
Function
FE
Framing Error
0 = No framing error has been reported since line status was last read.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is set to indicate that a received character did not have
a valid stop bit. In 16550-compatible mode, this bit is set when a character that was
received into the FIFO with a framing error is at the top of the receive FIFO.
This latched status bit is automatically cleared by a read from this register (UARTxLSR).
2
PE
Parity Error
0 = There is no parity error associated with the current character.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is set upon receipt of data with incorrect parity. In
16550-compatible mode, this bit is set when a character that was received into the FIFO
with bad parity is at the top of the receive FIFO.
This latched status bit is automatically cleared by a read from this register (UARTxLSR).
1
OE
Overrun Error
0 = No overrun error has been reported since line status was last read.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is set if a new character is received into the receiver
buffer before a previous character was read, thus resulting in lost data. In 16550compatible mode, this bit is set if a new character is completely received into the shift
register when the FIFO is already 100% full. Data in the FIFO is not overwritten by this
overrun. The data in the shift register is lost when the next character is received.
This latched status bit is automatically cleared by a read from this register (UARTxLSR).
0
DR
Data Ready
0 = There is no received data ready to read.
1 = In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is set when a character has been received and placed
in the Receive Buffer register. In 16550-compatible mode, this bit is set when a character
has been received and placed in the Receive FIFO.
In 16450-compatible mode, this bit is automatically cleared by reading the UARTxRBR
register (see page 18-8). In 16550-compatible mode, this bit is automatically cleared by
reading the receiver FIFO, assuming that no more data is present in the FIFO.
Programming Notes
When a receiver line status interrupt is enabled and detected, bits BI, FE, PE, and OE in this register indicate the
reason for the interrupt.
The status bits are valid even when line status interrupts are not enabled.
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Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Modem Status (UART2MSR)
I/O Address 02FEh
UART 1 Modem Status (UART1MSR)
I/O Address 03FEh
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
DCD
RI
DSR
CTS
DDCD
TERI
DDSR
DCTS
Reset
?
?
?
?
0
0
0
0
R/W
R
R
R
R
R!
R!
R!
R!
Register Description
This read-only register contains both real-time and latched control line status bits for the UART’s DCDx, RINx, DSRx
and CTSx input signals.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the DCDx signal.
0 = DCDx input signal is High (deasserted).
1 = DCDx input signal is Low (asserted).
If in loopback mode, this bit tracks the OUT2 bit in the UARTxMCR register (see page 18-19).
6
RI
Ring Indicator
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the RINx signal.
0 = RINx input signal is High (deasserted).
1 = RINx input signal is Low (asserted).
If in loopback mode, this bit tracks bit OUT1 bit in the UARTxMCR register (see page 18-19).
5
DSR
Data Set Ready
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the DSRx signal.
0 = DSRx input signal is High (deasserted).
1 = DSRx input signal is Low (asserted).
If in loopback mode, this bit tracks bit DTR bit in the UARTxMCR register (see page 18-20).
4
CTS
Clear To Send
In normal operation (loopback mode disabled), this bit is the complement of the CTSx signal.
0 = CTSx input signal is High (deasserted).
1 = CTSx input signal is Low (asserted).
If in loopback mode, this bit tracks bit RTS bit in the UARTxMCR register (see page 18-20).
3
DDCD
Delta Data Carrier Detect
0 = Indicates that the DCDx signal has not changed since this register (UARTxMSR) was last
read.
1 = Indicates that the DCDx signal changed since the UARTxMSR register was last read.
2
TERI
Trailing Edge Ring Indicator
0 = Indicates that the RINx signal has not changed from an active to an inactive state since
this register (UARTxMSR) was last read.
1 = Indicates that the RINx signal changed from an active to an inactive state since the
UARTxMSR register was last read.
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Bit
Name
Function
1
DDSR
Delta Data Set Ready
0 = Indicates that the DSRx signal has not changed since this register (UARTxMSR) was last
read.
1 = Indicates that the DSRx signal changed since the UARTxMSR register was last read.
0
DCTS
Delta Clear To Send
0 = Indicates that the CTSx signal has not changed since this register (UARTxMSR) was last
read.
1 = Indicates that the CTSx signal changed since the UARTxMSR register was last read.
Programming Notes
Bits DCD, RI, DSR, and CTS are real-time status indicators (inverted) for the corresponding UART input signals.
DDCD, TERI, DDSR, and DCTS are latched status bits that generate an interrupt if modem status interrupts are
unmasked in the UART x Interrupt Enable (UARTxINTENB) register. Reading this register (UARTxMSR) clears these
bits and the associated interrupt.
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Direct-Mapped
UART 2 Scratch Pad (UART2SCRATCH)
I/O Address 02FFh
UART 1 Scratch Pad (UART1SCRATCH)
I/O Address 03FFh
7
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
SCRATCH[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This location can be used to hold temporary data and is not required for serial data transfer.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
SCRATCH
[7–0]
General-purpose I/O location, not required for serial data transfer.
Scratch Bits
Programming Notes
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CHAPTER
19
19.1
SYNCHRONOUS SERIAL INTERFACE
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the synchronous serial interface (SSI) registers of the ÉlanSC520
microcontroller.
The SSI provides efficient full-duplex or half-duplex bidirectional communication with
peripheral devices that use a 4-pin or 3-pin serial interface.
The SSI register set consists of five memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR)
registers used for SSI control, transmit, command, status, and receive functions. See the
Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about the SSI.
Table 19-1 lists the SSI registers in offset order, with the corresponding description’s page
number.
19.2
REGISTERS
Table 19-1
SSI MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset
SSI Control
SSICTL
CD0h
page 19-2
SSI Transmit
SSIXMIT
CD1h
page 19-4
SSI Command
SSICMD
CD2h
page 19-5
SSI Status
SSISTA
CD3h
page 19-6
SSI Receive
SSIRCV
CD4h
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SSI Control (SSICTL)
7
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CD0h
6
Reserved
Reset
R/W
0
5
4
CLK_SEL[2–0]
0
RSV
0
0
R/W
3
2
TC_INT_
ENB
PHS_INV_
ENB
1
0
CLK_INV_
MSBF_ENB
ENB
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the bit order, clock idle state, clock phase (for data drive and latch), interrupt enable, and clock
speed of the SSI.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6– 4
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CLK_SEL[2–0]
SSI Clock Speed Select
The SSI clock (SSI_CLK pin) frequency is derived from the system clock. The CLK_SEL bit
field selects the frequency of the SSI clock as shown in Table 19-2.
Table 19-2
3
TC_INT_ENB
SSI Clock Speed Selections
CLK_SEL Bit
Field
Selected
Divisor
Nominal Bit
Rate
Actual Bit Rate with a
33.000-MHz
System Clock
Actual Bit Rate with a
33.333-MHz
System CLock
000b
4d
8 MHz
8.250 MHz
8.333 MHz
001b
8d
4 MHz
4.125 MHz
4.167 MHz
010b
16d
2 MHz
2.063 MHz
2.083 MHz
011b
32d
1 MHz
1.031 MHz
1.042 MHz
100b
64d
512 kHz
516.6 kHz
520.8 kHz
101b
128d
256 kHz
257.8 kHz
260.4 kHz
110b
256d
128 kHz
128.9 kHz
130.2 kHz
111b
512d
64 kHz
64.5 kHz
65.1 kHz
Transaction Complete Interrupt Enable
This bit is used to enable the TC_INT bit of the SSISTA register (see page 19-6) to generate
an interrupt request.
0 = No interrupt is generated when the transaction is complete.
1 = The SSI issues an interrupt request when the transaction is complete.
If the interrupt is disabled, software should poll the BSY bit in the SSISTA register (see
page 19-6).
Before the SSI interrupt is enabled, the SSIMAP register (see page 12-21) must be
configured to route the interrupt to the appropriate interrupt request level and priority.
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Bit
2
Name
Function
PHS_INV_ENB
SSI Inverted Phase Mode Enable
This bit configures the SSI clock phase relationship with the incoming and outgoing data.
0 = Non-inverted phase mode: data is driven on odd edges of the SSI_CLK signal and latched
on even edges. When writing data, the first bit of a transaction is shifted out on the
SSI_DO pin on the first (odd) SSI clock edge, and the remaining bits are shifted out on
odd clock edges. When reading data, the SSI_DI pin state is latched on the eight even
edges (2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16) of the SSI clock. The transaction is complete one half of an
SSI_CLK period after the last clock transition.
1 = Inverted-phase mode: data is driven on even edges of the SSI_CLK signal and latched on
odd edges. When writing data, the first bit of a transaction is shifted out on the SSI_DO pin
one half of an SSI_CLK period before the first (odd) SSI clock edge, and the remaining
bits are shifted out on even clock edges. When reading data, the SSI_DI pin state is
latched on the eight odd edges (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15) of the SSI clock. The transaction
is complete on the last transition of the SSI clock.
1
CLK_INV_ENB
SSI Inverted Clock Mode Enable
This bit controls the idle state of the SSI clock. The clock idle state is independent of the
phase of the SSI clock.
0 = The clock is not inverted, and the idle state is High. The SSI clock pulses Low eight times.
1 = The clock is inverted, and the idle state is Low. The SSI clock pulses High eight times.
0
MSBF_ENB
SSI Most Significant Bit First Mode Enable
This bit controls the bit order of data transfers.
0 = Bits are transmitted and received least significant bit (LSB) first. In this mode, the SSI
shifts out the LSB of the transmit byte first. The first data bit received is stored in the LSB
of the receive register and the last data bit received is stored in the most significant bit of
the receive register.
1 = Bits are transmitted and received most significant bit (MSB) first. In this mode, the SSI
shifts out the MSB of the transmit byte first. The first data bit received is stored in the MSB
of the receive register and the last data bit received is stored in the LSB of the receive
register.
The configuration applies to both transmit and receive operations.
Programming Notes
This register should not be written while the BSY bit is set in the SSISTA register (see page 19-6).
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SSI Transmit (SSIXMIT)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CD1h
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DAT_OUT[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to write data to be transmitted.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7–0
DAT_OUT[7–0]
SSI Data Out
Software uses this bit field to write eight bits to be shifted out on the SSI_DO pin.
After writing to this bit field, software must write a Transmit command or a Simultaneous
Transmit/Receive command to the SSICMD register (see page 19-5) to send the data.
The contents of this bit field (DAT_OUT) are not destroyed when transmitted, so the user can
repeatedly transmit the same data by writing the appropriate transmit command to the
SSICMD register.
Programming Notes
This register should not be written while the BSY bit is set in the SSISTA register (see page 19-6).
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SSI Command (SSICMD)
7
6
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CD2h
5
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
1
CMD_SEL[1–0]
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
0
0
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to write the transfer command to be executed.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
1– 0
CMD_SEL[1–0]
SSI Command Select
Three commands are available to initiate an SSI transaction.
00 = Reserved
01 = Transmit command: initiate a transaction in which the contents of the SSIXMIT register
are shifted out (see page 19-4).
10 = Receive command: initiate a transaction in which data is shifted in to the SSIRCV
register (see page 19-7).
11 = Simultaneous Transmit/Receive command: initiate a transaction in which both transmit
and receive happen simultaneously.
When read, this bit field returns the last command written to it.
Programming Notes
This register should not be written while the BSY bit is set in the SSISTA register (see page 19-6).
The CMD_SEL bit field is decoded and the command executed after the command is written. Software should load
the SSIXMIT register (if necessary) before writing the command. The SSIRCV register can be read after the
transaction is complete.
There is at least one 33-MHz clock period idle time between transactions.
A slave device should be enabled (if necessary) before a transmit or receive transaction is initiated, and the device
should be disabled (if necessary) after the transaction is complete. Software can use programmable I/O (PIO) pins
to implement device enable signals. See Chapter 20, “Programmable Input/Output Registers” for details about
configuring PIO pins.
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SSI Status (SSISTA)
7
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CD3h
6
5
3
2
Reserved
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
RSV
R/W
1
0
BSY
TC_INT
0
0
R
R/W!
Register Description
This register reports SSI port busy status and a latched transaction complete status.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 2
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
BSY
SSI Busy
This bit reports SSI activity status.
0 = The port is not busy.
1
1 = The port is busy.
The port is busy (active) while a receive or transmit operation is in progress. This bit is set by
the SSI hardware after a command is written, and cleared by hardware when the transaction
is complete. Transaction complete status is also indicated by the TC_INT bit.
Writes to the BSY bit have no effect.
0
TC_INT
SSI Transaction Complete Interrupt
This bit indicates transaction complete status.
0 = No transaction has completed since software cleared this bit.
1 = A transaction has completed since software cleared this bit.
Software must clear this bit by writing a 1. The TC_INT bit remains set until software
acknowledges this completion by writing a 1.
When the TC_INT bit is set, an interrupt request is generated if enabled via the TC_INT_ENB
bit in the SSICTL register (see page 19-2). SSI activity is also indicated by the BSY bit.
Programming Notes
This register (SSISTA) should not be written while the BSY bit is set. Also, unreliable operation occurs if the SSICTL,
SSIXMIT, or SSICMD registers are written, or if the SSIRCV register is read, while the BSY bit is set.
Hardware updates the BSY and TC_INT bits to indicate non-busy status (transaction complete) one half SSI_CLK
period after the last edge of a receive transaction, or one full SSI_CLK period after the last edge of a transmit
transaction.
The TC_INT bit should be used for interrupt operation, i.e., if the TC_INT_ENB bit is enabled in the SSICTL register
(see page 19-2). Software must acknowledge (clear) the TC_INT bit by writing a 1 to it after each SSI transaction.
The BSY bit should be used for polled operation. Although the TC_INT bit can be used for polled operation, using
the BSY bit is more efficient because it does not need to be cleared by software after each transaction.
Note that if only the polled operation is used, the TC_INT_ENB bit should not be enabled in the SSICTL register
(see page 19-2).
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SSI Receive (SSIRCV)
7
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset CD4h
6
5
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
DAT_IN[7–0]
Bit
Reset
4
0
0
0
0
0
R
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to read data received from a peripheral device.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
7– 0
DAT_IN[7–0]
SSI Data IN
Software uses this bit field to read the eight bits shifted in from the SSI_DI pin by the last
Receive command or Simultaneous Transmit/Receive command that was issued via the
SSICMD register (see page 19-5).
After writing a receive command, software must wait until the receive transaction is complete
before reading this bit field. Transaction complete status is indicated by the BSY and TC_INT
bits in the SSISTA register (see page 19-6), or by an interrupt if enabled via the TC_INT_ENB
bit in the SSICTL register (see page 19-2).
Writes to this bit field (DAT_IN) have no effect.
Programming Notes
This register should not be read while the BSY bit is set in the SSISTA register (see page 19-6).
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CHAPTER
20
20.1
PROGRAMMABLE INPUT/OUTPUT
REGISTERS
OVERVIEW
This chapter describes the programmable input/output (PIO) pins and other multiplexed or
configurable pins of the ÉlanSC520 microcontroller.
The PIO register set consists of 13 memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR) registers
used to configure the programmable I/O pins (PIO31–PIO0), to enable interface functions
for PIO pins and other multiplexed pins, and to adjust the drive strength of SDRAM interface
pins. See the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details about
PIO pins.
Table 20-1 lists the PIO registers in offset order, with the corresponding description’s page
number.
Table 20-2 on page 20-2 provides an overview of how bits in the PIO pin configuration
registers are used to control individual PIO pins.
20.2
REGISTERS
Table 20-1
Programmable I/O MMCR Registers
Register Name
Mnemonic
MMCR Offset Page Number
PIO15–PIO0 Pin Function Select
PIOPFS15_0
C20h
page 20-3
PIO31–PIO16 Pin Function Select
PIOPFS31_16
C22h
page 20-5
Chip Select Pin Function Select
CSPFS
C24h
page 20-7
Clock Select
CLKSEL
C26h
page 20-9
Drive Strength Control
DSCTL
C28h
page 20-10
PIO15–PIO0 Direction
PIODIR15_0
C2Ah
page 20-12
PIO31–PIO16 Direction
PIODIR31_16
C2Ch
page 20-14
PIO15–PIO0 Data
PIODATA15_0
C30h
page 20-16
PIO31–PIO16 Data
PIODATA31_16
C32h
page 20-18
PIO15–PIO0 Set
PIOSET15_0
C34h
page 20-20
PIO31–PIO16 Set
PIOSET31_16
C36h
page 20-22
PIO15–PIO0 Clear
PIOCLR15_0
C38h
page 20-24
PIO31–PIO16 Clear
PIOCLR31_16
C3Ah
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Table 20-2
PIO Register Programming Summary
Function
Select
Register
Bit
Direction
Register
Bit
Data
Register
Bit
(Writes)
Set
Register
Bit
Clear
Register
Bit
Data
Register
Bit
(Reads)1
1
X2
X
X
X
?3
The pin is not a PIO; it uses its interface function. The
value of the pin can be read at the Data bit, but writes to
the Direction, Data, Set, and Clear bits have no effect.
0
0
X
X
X
?
The PIO is an input. The state of the pin can be read at
the Data bit. Writes to the Data, Set and Clear bits have
no effect.
0
1
X
X
14
0
The PIO is an output. The 1 that is written to the Clear bit
causes this PIO pin to be driven Low. The state of the pin
can be read at the Data bit, (in this case the pin is Low).
0
1
X
1
X
1
The PIO is an output. The 1 that is written to the Set bit
causes this PIO pin to be driven High. The state of the pin
can be read at the Data bit, (in this case the pin is High).
0
1
0
X
X
0
The PIO is an output. The 0 that is written to the Data bit
causes this PIO pin to be driven Low. The state of the pin
can be read at the Data bit, (in this case the pin is Low).
1
1
X
X
1
The PIO is an output. The 1 that is written to the Data bit
causes this PIO pin to be driven High. The state of the
pin can be read at the Data bit, (in this case the pin is
High).
0
Resulting Programmable I/O Pin Function
Notes:
1. The Data Register Bit (Reads) column shows the resulting state of the Data register bit and the corresponding PIO pin.
2. X = Not used in this operation.
3. ? = Input value. (The Data register bit state always reflects the corresponding pin state, whether input or output.)
4. For a particular PIO output operation, only one of the pin’s Data, Set, or Clear bits can be used. The state of the unused bits
is not important, but subsequent writes to these bits can change the PIO pin state.
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PIO15–PIO0 Pin Function Select (PIOPFS15_0)
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO15_
FNC
PIO14_
FNC
PIO13_
FNC
PIO12_
FNC
PIO11_
FNC
PIO10_
FNC
PIO9_
FNC
PIO8_
FNC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO7_
FNC
PIO6_
FNC
PIO5_
FNC
PIO4_
FNC
PIO3_
FNC
PIO2_
FNC
PIO1_
FNC
PIO0_
FNC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C20h
Register Description
This register allows the programmer to choose the functionality of programmable I/O pins PIO15-PIO0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO15_FNC
PIO15 or GPIRQ8 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO15 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO15.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ8.
14
PIO14_FNC
PIO14 or GPIRQ9 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO14 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO14.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ9.
13
PIO13_FNC
PIO13 or GPIRQ10 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO13 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO13.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ10.
12
PIO12_FNC
PIO12 or GPDACK0 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO12 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO12.
1 = The pin is GPDACK0.
11
PIO11_FNC
PIO11 or GPDACK1 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO11 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO11.
1 = The pin is GPDACK1.
10
PIO10_FNC
PIO10 or GPDACK2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO10 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO10.
1 = The pin is GPDACK2.
9
PIO9_FNC
PIO9 or GPDACK3 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO9 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO9.
1 = The pin is GPDACK3.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
Name
Function
8
PIO8_FNC
PIO8 or GPDRQ0 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO8 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO8.
1 = The pin is GPDRQ0.
7
PIO7_FNC
PIO7 or GPDRQ1 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO7 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO7.
1 = The pin is GPDRQ1.
6
PIO6_FNC
PIO6 or GPDRQ2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO6 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO6.
1 = The pin is GPDRQ2.
5
PIO5_FNC
PIO5 or GPDRQ3 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO5 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO5.
1 = The pin is GPDRQ3.
4
PIO4_FNC
PIO4 or GPTC Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO4 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO4.
1 = The pin is GPTC.
3
PIO3_FNC
PIO3 or GPAEN Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO3 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO3.
1 = The pin is GPAEN.
2
PIO2_FNC
PIO2 or GPRDY Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO2 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO2.
1 = The pin is GPRDY.
1
PIO1_FNC
PIO1 or GPBHE Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO1 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO1.
1 = The pin is GPBHE.
0
PIO0_FNC
PIO0 or GPALE Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO0 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO0.
1 = The pin is GPALE.
Programming Notes
This register (PIOPFS15_0) should be written early in the microcontroller’s initialization routine. The bit values to
write depend on which pins are to be used for PIO functions, as opposed to interface functions. This depends on
how the microcontroller is used in each particular system design.
On reset, each PIO pin is an input with a pullup or pulldown resistance for termination. See the pin list summary
table in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Data Sheet, order #22003. Software writes a 1 to the corresponding bit in
this register to change a pin to its interface function. For example, PIO2 shares a pin with the GP bus GPRDY signal,
so before GPRDY can be used, a 1 must be written to the PIO2_FNC bit. To summarize:
■ A bit must be cleared to use the corresponding pin as a programmable I/O pin.
■ A bit must be set to 1 to use the corresponding pin for its interface function.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C20h to select all 32 PIO pin functions with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOPFS15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOPFS31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO31–PIO16 Pin Function Select (PIOPFS31_16)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C22h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO31_
FNC
PIO30_
FNC
PIO29_
FNC
PIO28_
FNC
PIO27_
FNC
PIO26_
FNC
PIO25_
FNC
PIO24_
FNC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO23_
FNC
PIO22_
FNC
PIO21_
FNC
PIO20_
FNC
PIO19_
FNC
PIO18_
FNC
PIO17_
FNC
PIO16_
FNC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register allows the programmer to choose the functionality of programmable I/O pins PIO31–PIO16.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO31_FNC
PIO31 or RIN2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO31 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO31.
1 = The pin is RIN2.
14
PIO30_FNC
PIO30 or DCD2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO30 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO30.
1 = The pin is DCD2.
13
PIO29_FNC
PIO29 or DSR2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO29 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO29.
1 = The pin is DSR2.
12
PIO28_FNC
PIO28 or CTS2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO28 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO28.
1 = The pin is CTS2.
11
PIO27_FNC
PIO27 or GPCS0 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO27 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO27.
1 = The pin is GPCS0.
10
PIO26_FNC
PIO26 or GPMEMCS16 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO26 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO26.
1 = The pin is GPMEMCS16.
9
PIO25_FNC
PIO25 or GPIOCS16 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO25 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO25.
1 = The pin is GPIOCS16.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
Name
Function
8
PIO24_FNC
PIO24 or GPDBUFOE Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO24 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO24.
1 = The pin is GPDBUFOE.
7
PIO23_FNC
PIO23 or GPIRQ0 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO23 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO23.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ0.
6
PIO22_FNC
PIO22 or GPIRQ1 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO22 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO22.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ1.
5
PIO21_FNC
PIO21 or GPIRQ2 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO21 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO21.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ2.
4
PIO20_FNC
PIO20 or GPIRQ3 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO20 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO20.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ3.
3
PIO19_FNC
PIO19 or GPIRQ4 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO19 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO19.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ4.
2
PIO18_FNC
PIO18 or GPIRQ5 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO18 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO18.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ5.
1
PIO17_FNC
PIO17 or GPIRQ6 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO17 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO17.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ6.
0
PIO16_FNC
PIO16 or GPIRQ7 Function Select
This bit is used to select the functionality of the PIO16 pin.
0 = The pin is PIO16.
1 = The pin is GPIRQ7.
Programming Notes
This register (PIOPFS31_16) should be written early in the microcontroller’s initialization routine. The bit values to
write depend on which pins are to be used for PIO functions, as opposed to interface functions. This depends on
how the microcontroller is used in each particular system design.
On reset, each PIO pin is an input with a pullup or pulldown resistance for termination. See the pin list summary
table in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Data Sheet, order #22003. Software writes a 1 to the corresponding bit in
this register to change a pin to its interface function. For example, PIO18 shares a pin with the GP bus GPIRQ5
signal, so before GPIRQ5 can be used, a 1 must be written to the PIO18_FNC bit. To summarize:
■ A bit must be cleared to use the corresponding pin as a programmable I/O pin.
■ A bit must be set to 1 to use the corresponding pin for its interface function.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C20h to select all 32 PIO pin functions with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOPFS15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOPFS31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Chip Select Pin Function Select (CSPFS)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C24h
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
GPCS7_
SEL
GPCS6_
SEL
GPCS5_
SEL
GPCS4_
SEL
GPCS3_
SEL
GPCS2_
SEL
GPCS1_
SEL
Reserved
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
RSV
Register Description
This register selects the pin functionality for pins that have general-purpose chip selects (GPCSx) as their alternate
function.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
Name
Function
GPCS7_SEL
TMROUT0 or GPCS7 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the TMROUT0 signal or the GPCS7 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is TMROUT0.
0 = The pin is TMROUT0.
1 = The pin is GPCS7.
6
GPCS6_SEL
TMROUT1 or GPCS6 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the TMROUT1 signal or the GPCS6 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is TMROUT1.
0 = The pin is TMROUT1.
1 = The pin is GPCS6.
5
GPCS5_SEL
TMRIN0 or GPCS5 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the TMRIN0 signal or the GPCS5 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is TMRIN0.
0 = The pin is TMRIN0.
1 = The pin is GPCS5.
4
GPCS4_SEL
TMRIN1 or GPCS4 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the TMRIN1 signal or the GPCS4 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is TMRIN1.
0 = The pin is TMRIN1.
1 = The pin is GPCS4.
3
GPCS3_SEL
PITGATE2 or GPCS3 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the PITGATE2 signal or the GPCS3 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is PITGATE2.
0 = The pin is PITGATE2.
1 = The pin is GPCS3.
2
GPCS2_SEL
ROMCS2 or GPCS2 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the ROMCS2 signal or the GPCS2 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is ROMCS2.
0 = The pin is ROMCS2.
1 = The pin is GPCS2.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
1
Name
Function
GPCS1_SEL
ROMCS1 or GPCS1 Function Select
This bit is used to make either the ROMCS1 signal or the GPCS1 signal available on the pin.
The default on reset is ROMCS1.
0 = The pin is ROMCS1.
1 = The pin is GPCS1.
0
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
Programming Notes
The GPCS0 signal is shared with the PIO27 signal on one pin, so it is selected through the PIOPFS31_16 register
(see page 20-5).
This register (CSPFS) should be written early in the microcontroller’s initialization routine. The bit values to write
depend on which function is to be used for each pin. This depends on how the microcontroller is used in each
particular system design.
On reset, each pin’s primary function is selected. See the pin list summary table in the Élan™SC520 Microcontroller
Data Sheet, order #22003. Software writes a 1 to the corresponding bit in this register to change a pin to its alternate
function. For example, TMROUT0 shares a pin with the GP bus GPCS7 signal, so before GPCS7 can be used, a 1
must be written to the GPCS7_SEL bit. To summarize:
■ A bit must be cleared to use the corresponding pin for its primary function.
■ A bit must be set to 1 to use the corresponding pin for its alternate function.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Clock Select (CLKSEL)
7
Bit
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C26h
6
Reserved
0
Reset
R/W
5
4
3
CLK_TST_SEL[2–0]
1
RSV
1
2
Reserved
1
R/W
0
0
RSV
1
0
CLK_PIN_
DIR
CLK_PIN_
ENB
0
0
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register is used to set up the CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] pin.
Bit Definitions
Bit
7
6– 4
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CLK_TST_
SEL[2–0]
CLKTEST Pin Output Clock Select
000 = 32.768 kHz (RTC clock)
001 = 1.8432 MHz (UART clock)
010 = 18.432 MHz (UART clock)
011 = 1.1892 MHz (PIT clock)
100 = 1.47456 MHz (PLL1 output)
101 = 36.864 MHz (PLL2 output)
110–111 = Disabled (pin stays Low)
3– 2
1
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
CLK_PIN_DIR
CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] Pin Direction
This bit determines whether the CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] pin is an input (CLKTIMER) or output
(CLKTEST). As an input this pin provides the clock for the programmable interval timer (PIT).
As an output, this pin drives the clock selected by the CLK_TST_SEL bit field externally.
0 = Input (CLKTIMER)
1 = Output (CLKTEST)
0
CLK_PIN_
ENB
CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] Pin Enable
The CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] pin is disabled on reset and must be enabled to function.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Programming Notes
The CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] pin can be configured as an output (CLKTEST) to drive any of the several internal clocks
externally for testing, or to drive an external device. Caution should be exercised because there is no logic to avoid
spurious pulses while enabling this pin as an output or changing clock frequencies. The target device should be held
in reset while the CLK_TST_SEL, CLK_PIN_DIR, and CLK_PIN_ENB bit fields are configured to enable the pin as
an output with the desired frequency, then the target device can be released from reset.
The CLKTIMER[CLKTEST] pin can be enabled as an input (CLKTIMER) if an external oscillator is to be used for
the programmable interval timer (PIT). For example, a 1.19318-MHz CLKTIMER input can be used to provide PC/
AT-compatible time-of-day operation without changing PIT counter values. (See the PIT chapter of the Élan™SC520
Microcontroller User’s Manual, order #22004, for details.) While the pin is being enabled as an input, it is synchronized
to the CPU clock to prevent spurious pulses from occurring in the PIT.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Drive Strength Control (DSCTL)
15
14
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C28h
13
11
10
Reserved
Bit
0
Reset
0
0
9
7
6
0
SRCW_DRIVE[1–0]
Reset
0
R/W
5
0
0
1
4
R/W
0
0
R/W
0
R/W
SDQM_DRIVE[1–0]
0
8
SCS_DRIVE[1–0]
RSV
R/W
Bit
12
3
2
MA_DRIVE[1–0]
0
0
1
0
DATA_DRIVE[1–0]
0
R/W
0
R/W
Register Description
This register controls the drive strengths for the SDRAM interface signals. Independent drive strength control is
provided for the address bus (MA12–MA0), bank select bus (BA1–BA0), SDQM3–SDQM0 bus, and SCS3–SCS0.
The SRASA–SRASB, SCASA–SCASB and SWEA–SWEB control signals are grouped into a single drive strength
control. The data bus (MD31–MD0) and ECC bus (MECC6–MECC0) are also grouped into a single drive strength
control.
Note: A programmable reset preserves this register’s state. See the PRG_RST_ENB bit description on page 3-3.
Bit Definitions
Bit
15–10
9– 8
Name
Function
Reserved
Reserved
This bit field should be written to 0 for normal system operation.
SCS_DRIVE
[1–0]
I/O Pad Drive Strength for SCS3–SCS0
These bits select the drive strength of I/O pads for the SCS3–SCS0 signals.
00 = Reserved
01 = 18-mA pads
10 = 12-mA pads (default)
11 = Reserved
Note: Default state of SCS3–SCS0 drive strength is 12 mA.
7– 6
SRCW_DRIVE
[1–0]
I/O Pad Drive Strength for SRASA–SRASB, SCASA–SCASB and SWEA–SWEB
These bits select the drive strength of I/O pads for the SRASA–SRASB, SCASA–SCASB, and
SWEA–SWEB signals.
00 = 24-mA pads (default)
01 = 18-mA pads
10 = 12-mA pads
11 = Reserved
5– 4
SDQM_DRIVE
[1–0]
I/O Pad Drive Strength for SDQM3–SDQM0
These bits select the drive strength of I/O pads for the SDQM3–SDQM0 signals.
00 = 24-mA pads (default)
01 = 18-mA pads
10 = 12-mA pads
11 = Reserved
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
3– 2
MA_DRIVE
[1–0]
I/O Pad Drive Strength for MA12–MA0 and BA1–BA0
These bits select the drive strength of I/O pads for the MA12–MA0 and BA1–BA0 signals.
00 = 24-mA pads (default)
01 = 18-mA pads
10 = 12-mA pads
11 = Reserved
1– 0
DATA_DRIVE
[1–0]
I/O Pad Drive Strength for MD31–MD0 and MECC6–MECC0
These bits select the drive strength of I/O pads for the MD31–MD0 and MECC6–MECC0
signals.
00 = 24-mA pads (default)
01 = 18-mA pads
10 = 12-mA pads
11 = Reserved
Programming Notes
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO15–PIO0 Direction (PIODIR15_0)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C2Ah
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO15_
DIR
PIO14_
DIR
PIO13_
DIR
PIO12_
DIR
PIO11_
DIR
PIO10_
DIR
PIO9_
DIR
PIO8_
DIR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO7_
DIR
PIO6_
DIR
PIO5_
DIR
PIO4_
DIR
PIO3_
DIR
PIO2_
DIR
PIO1_
DIR
PIO0_
DIR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the direction bits for pins PIO15–PIO0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO15_DIR
PIO15 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO15 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
14
PIO14_DIR
PIO14 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO14 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
13
PIO13_DIR
PIO13 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO13 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
12
PIO12_DIR
PIO12 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO12 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
11
PIO11_DIR
PIO11 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO11 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
10
PIO10_DIR
PIO10 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO10 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
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Bit
9
Name
Function
PIO9_DIR
PIO9 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO9 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
8
PIO8_DIR
PIO8 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO8 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
7
PIO7_DIR
PIO7 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO7 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
6
PIO6_DIR
PIO6 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO6 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
5
PIO5_DIR
PIO5 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO5 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
4
PIO4_DIR
PIO4 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO4 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
3
PIO3_DIR
PIO3 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO3 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
2
PIO2_DIR
PIO2 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO2 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
1
PIO1_DIR
PIO1 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO1 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
0
PIO0_DIR
PIO0 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO0 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
Programming Notes
The PIOx_DIR bit for each PIO pin chooses if the pin is an input or output. After reset, all of the PIO signals are
inputs with pullup or pulldown termination. Before any PIO can be used as an output, this register (PIODIR15_0)
must be programmed to change the PIO from an input to an output.
The PIOx_DIR bit for a pin has no effect if the corresponding PIOx_FNC bit is set in the PIOPFS15_0 register (see
page 20-3). If the PIOx_FNC bit is set, the corresponding pin is assigned its interface function, not its PIO function.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C2Ah to set the direction for all 32 PIO pins with a
single instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIODIR15_0 register being
accessed prior to the PIODIR31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO31–PIO16 Direction (PIODIR31_16)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C2Ch
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO31_
DIR
PIO30_
DIR
PIO29_
DIR
PIO28_
DIR
PIO27_
DIR
PIO26_
DIR
PIO25_
DIR
PIO24_
DIR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO23_
DIR
PIO22_
DIR
PIO21_
DIR
PIO20_
DIR
PIO19_
DIR
PIO18_
DIR
PIO17_
DIR
PIO16_
DIR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
Register Description
This register contains the direction bits for pins PIO31–PIO16.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO31_DIR
PIO31 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO31 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
14
PIO30_DIR
PIO30 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO30 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
13
PIO29_DIR
PIO29 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO29 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
12
PIO28_DIR
PIO28 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO28 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
11
PIO27_DIR
PIO27 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO27 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
10
PIO26_DIR
PIO26 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO26 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
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Bit
9
Name
Function
PIO25_DIR
PIO25 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO25 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
8
PIO24_DIR
PIO24 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO24 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
7
PIO23_DIR
PIO23 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO23 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
6
PIO22_DIR
PIO22 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO22 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
5
PIO21_DIR
PIO21 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO21 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
4
PIO20_DIR
PIO20 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO20 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
3
PIO19_DIR
PIO19 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO19 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
2
PIO18_DIR
PIO18 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO18 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
1
PIO17_DIR
PIO17 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO17 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
0
PIO16_DIR
PIO16 Input or Output Select
This bit programs PIO16 as an input or output.
0 = Input
1 = Output
Programming Notes
The PIOx_DIR bit for each PIO pin chooses if the pin is an input or output. After reset, all of the PIO signals are
inputs with pullup or pulldown termination. Before any PIO can be used as an output, this register (PIODIR31_16)
must be programmed to change the PIO from an input to an output.
The PIOx_DIR bit for a pin has no effect if the corresponding PIOx_FNC bit is set in the PIOPFS31_16 register (see
page 20-5). If the PIOx_FNC bit is set, the corresponding pin is assigned its interface function, not its PIO function.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C2Ah to set the direction for all 32 PIO pins with a
single instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIODIR15_0 register being
accessed prior to the PIODIR31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO15–PIO0 Data (PIODATA15_0)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C30h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO15_
DATA
PIO14_
DATA
PIO13_
DATA
PIO12_
DATA
PIO11_
DATA
PIO10_
DATA
PIO9_
DATA
PIO8_
DATA
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO7_
DATA
PIO6_
DATA
PIO5_
DATA
PIO4_
DATA
PIO3_
DATA
PIO2_
DATA
PIO1_
DATA
PIO0_
DATA
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register is used to read or write the value for pins PIO15–PIO0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO15_DATA
Read or Write the PIO15 Pin
0 = PIO15 is Low
1 = PIO15 is High
14
PIO14_DATA
Read or Write the PIO14 Pin
0 = PIO14 is Low
1 = PIO14 is High
13
PIO13_DATA
Read or Write the PIO13 Pin
0 = PIO13 is Low
1 = PIO13 is High
12
PIO12_DATA
Read or Write the PIO12 Pin
0 = PIO12 is Low
1 = PIO12 is High
11
PIO11_DATA
Read or Write the PIO11 Pin
0 = PIO11 is Low
1 = PIO11 is High
10
PIO10_DATA
Read or Write the PIO10 Pin
0 = PIO10 is Low
1 = PIO10 is High
9
PIO9_DATA
Read or Write the PIO9 Pin
0 = PIO9 is Low
1 = PIO9 is High
8
PIO8_DATA
Read or Write the PIO8 Pin
0 = PIO8 is Low
1 = PIO8 is High
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Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO7_DATA
Read or Write the PIO7 Pin
0 = PIO7 is Low
1 = PIO7 is High
6
PIO6_DATA
Read or Write the PIO6 Pin
0 = PIO6 is Low
1 = PIO6 is High
5
PIO5_DATA
Read or Write the PIO5 Pin
0 = PIO5 is Low
1 = PIO5 is High
4
PIO4_DATA
Read or Write the PIO4 Pin
0 = PIO4 is Low
1 = PIO4 is High
3
PIO3_DATA
Read or Write the PIO3 Pin
0 = PIO3 is Low
1 = PIO3 is High
2
PIO2_DATA
Read or Write the PIO2 Pin
0 = PIO2 is Low
1 = PIO2 is High
1
PIO1_DATA
Read or Write the PIO1 Pin
0 = PIO1 is Low
1 = PIO1 is High
0
PIO0_DATA
Read or Write the PIO0 Pin
0 = PIO0 is Low
1 = PIO0 is High
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_DATA bit is used to read or write the value of the corresponding pin. If the pin is configured as a PIO
output, then writing to this register selects the output level of the pin.
Note that the output state of a pin programmed to be a PIO can also be controlled via the PIOSET15_0 and
PIOCLR15_0 registers (see page 20-20 and page 20-24).
Reading a pin’s PIOx_DATA bit when the PIO is an output returns the state the pin was programmed for (High or
Low). Reading a pin’s PIOx_DATA bit when the pin’s interface function is selected (via the corresponding PIOx_FCN
bit in the PIOPFS15_0 register, see page 20-3) returns the state of the pin. In other words, reading a PIOx_DATA
bit returns the state of the corresponding PIO pin regardless of how the other PIO registers are programmed.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C30h to read or write all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIODATA15_0 register being
accessed prior to the PIODATA31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO31–PIO16 Data (PIODATA31_16)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C32h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO31_
DATA
PIO30_
DATA
PIO29_
DATA
PIO28_
DATA
PIO27_
DATA
PIO26_
DATA
PIO25_
DATA
PIO24_
DATA
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO23_
DATA
PIO22_
DATA
PIO21_
DATA
PIO20_
DATA
PIO19_
DATA
PIO18_
DATA
PIO17_
DATA
PIO16_
DATA
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
R/W!
Register Description
This register is used to read or write the value for pins PIO31–PIO16.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO31_DATA
Read or Write the PIO31 Pin
0 = PIO31 is Low
1 = PIO31 is High
14
PIO30_DATA
Read or Write the PIO30 Pin
0 = PIO30 is Low
1 = PIO30 is High
13
PIO29_DATA
Read or Write the PIO29 Pin
0 = PIO29 is Low
1 = PIO29 is High
12
PIO28_DATA
Read or Write the PIO28 Pin
0 = PIO28 is Low
1 = PIO28 is High
11
PIO27_DATA
Read or Write the PIO27 Pin
0 = PIO27 is Low
1 = PIO27 is High
10
PIO26_DATA
Read or Write the PIO26 Pin
0 = PIO26 is Low
1 = PIO26 is High
9
PIO25_DATA
Read or Write the PIO25 Pin
0 = PIO25 is Low
1 = PIO25 is High
8
PIO24_DATA
Read or Write the PIO24 Pin
0 = PIO24 is Low
1 = PIO24 is High
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Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO23_DATA
Read or Write the PIO23 Pin
0 = PIO23 is Low
1 = PIO23 is High
6
PIO22_DATA
Read or Write the PIO22 Pin
0 = PIO22 is Low
1 = PIO22 is High
5
PIO21_DATA
Read or Write the PIO21 Pin
0 = PIO21 is Low
1 = PIO21 is High
4
PIO20_DATA
Read or Write the PIO20 Pin
0 = PIO20 is Low
1 = PIO20 is High
3
PIO19_DATA
Read or Write the PIO19 Pin
0 = PIO19 is Low
1 = PIO19 is High
2
PIO18_DATA
Read or Write the PIO18 Pin
0 = PIO18 is Low
1 = PIO18 is High
1
PIO17_DATA
Read or Write the PIO17 Pin
0 = PIO17 is Low
1 = PIO17 is High
0
PIO16_DATA
Read or Write the PIO16 Pin
0 = PIO16 is Low
1 = PIO16 is High
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_DATA bit is used to read or write the value of the corresponding pin. If the pin is configured as a PIO
output, then writing to this register selects the output level of the pin.
Note that the output state of a pin programmed to be a PIO can also be controlled via the PIOSET31_16 and
PIOCLR31_16 registers (see page 20-22 and page 20-26).
Reading a pin’s PIOx_DATA bit when the PIO is an output returns the state the pin was programmed for (High or
Low). Reading a pin’s PIOx_DATA bit when the pin’s interface function is selected (via the corresponding PIOx_FCN
bit in the PIOPFS31_16 register, see page 20-5) returns the state of the pin. In other words, reading a PIOx_DATA
bit returns the state of the corresponding PIO pin regardless of how the other PIO registers are programmed.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C30h to read or write all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIODATA15_0 register being
accessed prior to the PIODATA31_16 register. The two accesses are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO15–PIO0 Set (PIOSET15_0)
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO15_
SET
PIO14_
SET
PIO13_
SET
PIO12_
SET
PIO11_
SET
PIO10_
SET
PIO9_
SET
PIO8_
SET
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO7_
SET
PIO6_
SET
PIO5_
SET
PIO4_
SET
PIO3_
SET
PIO2_
SET
PIO1_
SET
PIO0_
SET
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C34h
Register Description
This register is used to make the output level High selectively for pins PIO15–PIO0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO15_SET
PIO15 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set thePIO15 signal High.
14
PIO14_SET
PIO14 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO14 signal High.
13
PIO13_SET
PIO13 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO13 signal High.
12
PIO12_SET
PIO12 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO12 signal High.
11
PIO11_SET
PIO11 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO11 signal High.
10
PIO10_SET
PIO10 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO10 signal High.
9
PIO9_SET
PIO9 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO9 signal High.
8
PIO8_SET
PIO8 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO8 signal High.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO7_SET
PIO7 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO7 signal High.
6
PIO6_SET
PIO6 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO6 signal High.
5
PIO5_SET
PIO5 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO5 signal High.
4
PIO4_SET
PIO4 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO4 signal High.
3
PIO3_SET
PIO3 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO3 signal High.
2
PIO2_SET
PIO2 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO2 signal High.
1
PIO1_SET
PIO1 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO1 signal High.
0
PIO0_SET
PIO0 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO0 signal High.
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_SET bit is used to drive the corresponding PIO output High. Writing a 1 to any bit of this register causes
the corresponding PIO pin to be driven High if it is programmed to be an output (via the corresponding PIOx_DIR
bit in the PIODIR15_0 register, see page 20-12).
Writing 1 to a pin’s PIOx_SET bit overrides any previous write to the pin’s PIOx_DATA or PIOx_CLR bit (see
page 20-16 and page 20-24). Writing 0 to any bit in this register has no effect.
If a PIO pin is programmed to be an input, or if the pin is programmed for its interface function (via the corresponding
PIOx_FNC bit in the PIOPFS15_0 register, see page 20-3), then writing to the pin’s PIOx_SET bit has no effect.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C34h to set bits across all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOSET15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOSET31_16 register. The two writes are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO31–PIO16 Set (PIOSET31_16)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C36h
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO31_
SET
PIO30_
SET
PIO29_
SET
PIO28_
SET
PIO27_
SET
PIO26_
SET
PIO25_
SET
PIO24_
SET
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO23_
SET
PIO22_
SET
PIO21_
SET
PIO20_
SET
PIO19_
SET
PIO18_
SET
PIO17_
SET
PIO16_
SET
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
Register Description
This register is used to make the output level High selectively for pins PIO31–PIO16.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO31_SET
PIO31 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO31 signal High.
14
PIO30_SET
PIO30 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO30 signal High.
13
PIO29_SET
PIO29 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO29 signal High.
12
PIO28_SET
PIO28 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO28 signal High.
11
PIO27_SET
PIO27 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO27 signal High.
10
PIO26_SET
PIO26 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO26 signal High.
9
PIO25_SET
PIO25 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO25 signal High.
8
PIO24_SET
PIO24 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO24 signal High.
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Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO23_SET
PIO23 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO23 signal High.
6
PIO22_SET
PIO22 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO22 signal High.
5
PIO21_SET
PIO21 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO21 signal High.
4
PIO20_SET
PIO20 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO20 signal High.
3
PIO19_SET
PIO19 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO19 signal High.
2
PIO18_SET
PIO18 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO18 signal High.
1
PIO17_SET
PIO17 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO17 signal High.
0
PIO16_SET
PIO16 Set
0 = No effect.
1 = Set the PIO16 signal High.
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_SET bit is used to drive the corresponding PIO output High. Writing a 1 to any bit of this register causes
the corresponding PIO pin to be driven High if it is programmed to be an output (via the corresponding PIOx_DIR
bit in the PIODIR31_16 register, see page 20-14).
Writing 1 to a pin’s PIOx_SET bit overrides any previous write to the pin’s PIOx_DATA or PIOx_CLR bit (see
page 20-18 and page 20-26). Writing 0 to any bit in this register has no effect.
If a PIO pin is programmed to be an input, or if the pin is programmed for its interface function (via the corresponding
PIOx_FNC bit in the PIOPFS31_16 register, see page 20-5), then writing to the pin’s PIOx_SET bit has no effect.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C34h to set bits across all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOSET15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOSET31_16 register. The two writes are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO15–PIO0 Clear (PIOCLR15_0)
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO15_
CLR
PIO14_
CLR
PIO13_
CLR
PIO12_
CLR
PIO11_
CLR
PIO10_
CLR
PIO9_
CLR
PIO8_
CLR
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO7_
CLR
PIO6_
CLR
PIO5_
CLR
PIO4_
CLR
PIO3_
CLR
PIO2_
CLR
PIO1_
CLR
PIO0_
CLR
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C38h
Register Description
This register is used to make the output level Low selectively for pins PIO15–PIO0.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO15_CLR
PIO15 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO15 signal Low.
14
PIO14_CLR
PIO14 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO14 signal Low.
13
PIO13_CLR
PIO13 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO13 signal Low.
12
PIO12_CLR
PIO12 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO12 signal Low.
11
PIO11_CLR
PIO11 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO11 signal Low.
10
PIO10_CLR
PIO10 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO10 signal Low.
9
PIO9_CLR
PIO9 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO9 signal Low.
8
PIO8_CLR
PIO8 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO8 signal Low.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO7_CLR
PIO7 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO7 signal Low.
6
PIO6_CLR
PIO6 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO6 signal Low.
5
PIO5_CLR
PIO5 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO5 signal Low.
4
PIO4_CLR
PIO4 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO4 signal Low.
3
PIO3_CLR
PIO3 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO3 signal Low.
2
PIO2_CLR
PIO2 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO2 signal Low.
1
PIO1_CLR
PIO1 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO1 signal Low.
0
PIO0_CLR
PIO0 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO0 signal Low.
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_CLR bit is used to drive the corresponding PIO output Low. Writing a 1 to any bit of this register causes
the corresponding PIO pin to be driven Low if it is programmed to be an output (via the corresponding PIOx_DIR bit
in the PIODIR15_0 register, see page 20-12).
Writing 1 to a pin’s PIOx_CLR bit overrides any previous write to the pin’s PIOx_DATA or SET bit (see page 20-16
and page 20-20). Writing 0 to any bit in this register has no effect.
If a PIO pin is programmed to be an input, or if the pin is programmed for its interface function (via the corresponding
PIOx_FNC bit in the PIOPFS15_0 register, see page 20-3), then writing to the pin’s PIOx_CLR bit has no effect.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C38h to clear bits across all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOCLR15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOCLR31_16 register. The two writes are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
PIO31–PIO16 Clear (PIOCLR31_16)
Bit
Reset
R/W
Bit
Reset
R/W
Memory-Mapped
MMCR Offset C3Ah
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
PIO31_
CLR
PIO30_
CLR
PIO29_
CLR
PIO28_
CLR
PIO27_
CLR
PIO26_
CLR
PIO25_
CLR
PIO24_
CLR
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
PIO23_
CLR
PIO22_
CLR
PIO21_
CLR
PIO20_
CLR
PIO19_
CLR
PIO18_
CLR
PIO17_
CLR
PIO16_
CLR
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
W!
Register Description
This register is used to make the output level Low selectively for pins PIO31–PIO16.
Bit Definitions
Bit
Name
Function
15
PIO31_CLR
PIO31 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO31 signal Low.
14
PIO30_CLR
PIO30 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO30 signal Low.
13
PIO29_CLR
PIO29 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO29 signal Low.
12
PIO28_CLR
PIO28 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO28 signal Low.
11
PIO27_CLR
PIO27 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO27 signal Low.
10
PIO26_CLR
PIO26 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO26 signal Low.
9
PIO25_CLR
PIO25 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO25 signal Low.
8
PIO24_CLR
PIO24 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO24 signal Low.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
Bit
7
Name
Function
PIO23_CLR
PIO23 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO23 signal Low.
6
PIO22_CLR
PIO22 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO22 signal Low.
5
PIO21_CLR
PIO21 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO21 signal Low.
4
PIO20_CLR
PIO20 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO20 signal Low.
3
PIO19_CLR
PIO19 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO19 signal Low.
2
PIO18_CLR
PIO18 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO18 signal Low.
1
PIO17_CLR
PIO17 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO17 signal Low.
0
PIO16_CLR
PIO16 Clear
0 = No effect.
1 = Drive the PIO16 signal Low.
Programming Notes
Each PIOx_CLR bit is used to drive the corresponding PIO output Low. Writing a 1 to any bit of this register causes
the corresponding PIO pin to be driven Low if it is programmed to be an output (via the corresponding PIOx_DIR bit
in the PIODIR31_16 register, see page 20-14).
Writing 1 to a pin’s PIOx_CLR bit overrides any previous write to the pin’s PIOx_DATA or SET bit (see page 20-18
and page 20-22). Writing 0 to any bit in this register has no effect.
If a PIO pin is programmed to be an input, or if the pin is programmed for its interface function (via the corresponding
PIOx_FNC bit in the PIOPFS31_16 register, see page 20-5), then writing to the pin’s PIOx_CLR bit has no effect.
Although software can perform a 32-bit access of MMCR offset C38h to clear bits across all 32 PIO pins with a single
instruction, the 32-bit access is split into two separate 16-bit accesses, with the PIOCLR15_0 register being accessed
prior to the PIOCLR31_16 register. The two writes are not simultaneous.
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Programmable Input/Output Registers
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INDEX
Numerics
12/24-Hour Mode Select bit field, 17-17
16550-Compatible Mode Error bit field, 18-21
16-bit Counter for Programmable Interval Timer
Channel 0 bit field, 13-2
Channel 1 bit field, 13-3
Channel 2 bit field, 13-4
16-bit Millisecond Count bit field, 15-2
66 MHz Capable bit field, 6-20
66M_CAP bit field, 6-20
A
A10–A8 bit field
in MPICICW2 register, 12-32
in S1PICICW2 register, 12-57
in S2PICICW2 register, 12-45
A10–A8 of Interrupt Vector bit field
in MPICICW2 register, 12-32
in S1PICICW2 register, 12-57
in S2PICICW2 register, 12-45
A20 Gate Control bit field, 3-9
A20 Gate Data bit field, 3-7
A20_GATE bit field, 3-7
A20G_CTL bit field, 3-9
Access is OCW3 bit field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
ADDDEC bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
ADDDECCTL register, 2-2
Address Decode Control register, 2-2
Address Decrement bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
Address Interval bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
ADI bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
ADR bit field, 2-9
ADx signal, 6-16
AEOI bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
AINIT bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
Alarm Interrupt Enable bit field, 17-16
Alarm Interrupt Flag bit field, 17-18
ALM_AM_PM bit field, 17-9
ALM_HOUR bit field, 17-9
ALM_INT_ENB bit field, 17-16
ALM_INT_FLG bit field, 17-18
ALM_MINUTE bit field, 17-7
ALM_SECOND bit field, 17-5
ALT_CMP bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
Alternate CPU Core Reset Control bit field, 3-9
Alternate Size for Channel x bit field, 11-4
AM_PM bit field, 17-8
Am5x86® CPU
Control register, 4-3
instruction set, xvi
MMCR registers (table), 4-1
AMDebug™ Technology
Hard Reset Detect bit field, 3-5
RX/TX Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
System Reset Detect bit field, 3-5
Arbiter Priority Control register, 5-6
ARBPRICTL register, 5-6
ATTR bit field, 2-7
Attribute bit field, 2-7
Automatic Delayed Transaction Enable bit field, 6-4
Automatic EOI Mode bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
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Index
Automatic Initialization Control bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
B
BAD_CHK_ENB bit field, 7-12
Bank x
Column Address Width bit field, 7-5, 7-6
Enable bit field, 7-7, 7-8
Ending Address bit field, 7-7, 7-8
ending address configuration (figure), 7-8
Internal SDRAM Bank Count bit field, 7-5, 7-6
Base Class Code bit field, 6-22
baud rates, divisors, and clock source (table), 18-9
BAx signal, 20-10, 20-11
BBATSEN signal, 17-20
BCD bit field
in PITMODECTL register, 13-8
in PITxSTA register, 13-6
BI bit field, 18-21
Binary Coded Decimal Select bit field, 13-8
Binary Coded Decimal Select Status bit field, 13-6
Bits 7–3 of Base Interrupt Vector Number for this PIC bit
field
in MPICICW2 register, 12-32
in S1PICICW2 register, 12-57
in S2PICICW2 register, 12-45
BNKx_BNK_CNT bit field, 7-5, 7-6
BNKx_COLWDTH bit field, 7-5, 7-6
BNKx_ENB bit field, 7-7, 7-8
BNKx_END bit field, 7-7, 7-8
BOOTCS Control register, 9-2
BOOTCS Device
Delay for First Access bit field, 9-3
Delay for Subsequent Access bit field, 9-2
Mode bit field, 9-2
SDRAM/GP Bus Select bit field, 9-2
Width Select bit field, 9-2
BOOTCS signal, 1-2, 2-6, 9-1, 9-2, 9-3
BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
Break Indicator bit field, 18-21
BSY bit field, 19-6
BUF bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
BUF_M/S bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
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Buffer Chaining
Control register, 11-21
Enable for Channel x bit field, 11-21
Interrupt Enable register, 11-24
Status register, 11-22
Valid register, 11-25
Buffered Mode and Master/Slave Select bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
Bus Number bit field, 6-15
BUS_MAS bit field, 6-21
BUS_NUM bit field, 6-15
BUS_PARK_SEL bit field, 5-2
C
Cache Write Mode bit field, 4-3
CACHE_WR_MODE bit field, 4-3
CAS_LAT bit field, 7-4
CBAR register, 2-9
CBEx signal, 6-17
CF_DRAM signal, 7-2
CF_ROM_GPCS signal, 7-2
CFG_DATA bit field, 6-17
CFGx signal, 9-2, 9-3
Chaining Buffer Valid for Channel x bit field, 11-25
Channel x DMA Request bit field
in MSTDMASTA register, 11-86
in SLDMASTA register, 11-50
Channel x Slave Cascade Select bit field, 12-33, 12-34
Channel x Terminal Count bit field
in MSTDMASTA register, 11-86
in SLDMASTA register, 11-50
Chip Select Pin Function Select register, 20-7
Chip Select Recovery Time bit field, 10-7
Chip Select x Device
Delay for First Access bit field
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-5
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-7
Delay for Subsequent Accesses bit field
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
Mode bit field
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
SDRAM/GP Bus Select bit field
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
Width Select bit field
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
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CHMASK bit field
in MSTDMAMSK register, 11-90
in SLDMAMSK register, 11-54
CHx_ALT_SIZE bit field
in GPDMACTL register, 11-4
CHx_BCHN_ENB bit field, 11-21
CHx_CBUF_VAL bit field, 11-25
CHx_CNT bit field
in PIT0CNT register, 13-2
in PIT1CNT register, 13-3
in PIT2CNT register, 13-4
CHx_DIS bit field
in MSTDMAGENMSK register, 11-97
in SLDMAGENMSK register, 11-61
CHx_EOB_STA bit field, 11-22, 11-23
CHx_INT_ENB bit field, 11-24
CHx_INT_MODE bit field
in MPICMODE register, 12-6, 12-7
in SL1PICMODE register, 12-8
in SL2PICMODE register, 12-9
CL_CD bit field, 6-22
Class Code/Revision ID register, 6-22
Clear FPU Error Interrupt Request bit field, 12-61
Clear To Send bit field, 18-23
CLK_INV_ENB bit field, 19-3
CLK_MODE bit field, 11-4
CLK_PIN_DIR bit field, 20-9
CLK_PIN_ENB bit field, 20-9
CLK_SEL bit field, 19-2
CLK_SRC bit field, 18-3
CLK_TST_SEL bit field, 20-9
CLKSEL register, 20-9
CLKTEST signal
Output Clock Select bit field, 20-9
Pin Direction bit field, 20-9
Pin Enable bit field, 20-9
CLKTIMER signal
in PIT0CNT register, 13-2
in PIT1CNT register, 13-3
in PIT2CNT register, 13-4
Pin Direction bit field, 20-9
Pin Enable bit field, 20-9
Clock Mode bit field, 11-4
Clock Select register, 20-9
CMD_SEL bit field, 19-5
CMOS RAM Location bit field, 17-21
CMOSDATA bit field, 17-3
CMOSIDX bit field, 17-2
CNCR_MODE_ENB bit field, 5-2
CNT bit field
in GPTMR0CNT register, 14-6
in GPTMR1CNT register, 14-12
in GPTMR2CNT register, 14-17
CNTx bit field, 13-11
CodeKit software, iii
Compressed Timing bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
COMPTIM bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
Configuration Base Address register, 2-9
Configuration Data bit field, 6-17
CONT_CMP bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
Counter Latch Command bit field
in PITCNTLAT register, 13-10
in PITxSTA register, 13-5
Counter Mode bit field, 13-8
Counter Mode Status bit field, 13-6
Counter Read/Write Operation Control bit field
in PITMODECTL register, 13-7
in PITxSTA register, 13-5
COUNTH bit field, 16-5
COUNTL bit field, 16-4
CPU Clock Speed bit field, 4-3
CPU Reset Control bit field, 3-7
CPU Shutdown Reset Detect bit field, 3-6
CPU_CLK_SPD bit field, 4-3
CPU_PRI bit field, 5-6
CPU_RST bit field
in SCPDATA register, 3-7
in SYSCTLA register, 3-9
CPUCTL register, 4-3
Crystal Frequency bit field, 15-4
CSPFS register, 20-7
CTR_CMD bit field, 13-10
CTR_MODE bit field, 13-8
CTR_MODE_STA bit field, 13-6
CTR_RW_LATCH bit field, 13-7
CTR_SEL bit field
in PITMODECTL register, 13-7
in PITRDBACK register, 13-11
in PTCNTLAT register, 13-10
CTS bit field, 18-23
CTS2 Function Select bit field, 20-5
CTSx signal
in UARTxMCR register, 18-19, 18-20
in UARTxMSR register, 18-23, 18-24
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Current Count High bit field, 16-5
Current Count Low bit field, 16-4
D
D_PERR_DET bit field, 6-20
dackx internal signal, 11-51, 11-87
DAKSEN bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
DAT_IN bit field, 19-7
DAT_OUT bit field, 19-4
Data Carrier Detect bit field, 18-23
Data Parity Reported bit field, 6-20
Data Ready bit field, 18-22
Data Set Ready bit field, 18-23
Data Terminal Ready bit field, 18-20
Data Width Select for GPCSx bit field, 10-3
DATA_DRIVE bit field, 20-11
DATASTRB signal, 7-2
Date Mode bit field, 17-17
DATE_MODE bit field, 17-17
DAY_OF_MTH bit field, 17-11
DAY_OF_WEEK bit field, 17-10
Daylight Savings Enable bit field, 17-17
DBCTL register, 8-2
DCD bit field, 18-23
DCD2 Function Select bit field, 20-5
DCDx signal, 18-19, 18-23
DCTS bit field, 18-24
DDCD bit field, 18-23
DDSR bit field, 18-24
Delta Clear To Send bit field, 18-24
Delta Data Carrier Detect bit field, 18-23
Delta Data Set Ready bit field, 18-24
DEV_ID bit field, 6-18
Device ID bit field, 6-18
Device Number bit field, 6-16
Device Select (DEVSEL) Timing bit field, 6-20
Device/Vendor ID register, 6-18
DEVICE_NUM bit field, 6-16
DEVSEL signal, 6-20
DGP bit field
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
Directly Trigger Priority Level Px bit field
in SWINT16_1 register, 12-10, 12-11, 12-12
in SWINT22_17 register, 12-13, 12-14
direct-mapped I/O registers (table), 1-7
Index-4
Disable DMA Controller bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
DIV bit field
in UARTxBCDH register, 18-10
in UARTxBCDL register, 18-9
Divisor Latch Access bit field, 18-17
DLAB bit field, 18-17
DMA. See also GP-DMA, Master DMA, Slave DMA.
DMA Buffer Chaining Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
DMA Channel Mask bit field
in MSTDMAMSK register, 11-90
in SLDMAMSK register, 11-54
DMA Channel Mask Select bit field
in MSTDMAMSK register, 11-90
in SLDMAMSK register, 11-54
DMA Channel Select bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-92
in MSTDMASWREQ register, 11-89
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-56
in SLDMASWREQ register, 11-53
DMA Channel x Extended Page Address bit field
in GPDMAEXTPG0 register, 11-10
in GPDMAEXTPG1 register, 11-11
in GPDMAEXTPG2 register, 11-12
in GPDMAEXTPG3 register, 11-13
in GPDMAEXTPG5 register, 11-14
in GPDMAEXTPG6 register, 11-15
in GPDMAEXTPG7 register, 11-16
DMA Channel x Mask bit field
in MSTDMAGENMSK register, 11-97
in SLDMAGENMSK register, 11-61
DMA Channel x Memory Address bit field
in GPDMA4MAR register, 11-78
DMA Channel x Memory Address Bits [23–16] bit field
in GPDMA0PG register, 11-69
in GPDMA1PG register, 11-65
in GPDMA2PG register, 11-63
in GPDMA3PG register, 11-64
in GPDMA5PG register, 11-73
in GPDMA6PG register, 11-71
DMA Channel x Memory Address Bits [23–17] bit field
in GPDMA7PG register, 11-72
DMA Channel x Next Address High bit field
in GPDMANXTADDH3 register, 11-27
in GPDMANXTADDH5 register, 11-29
in GPDMANXTADDH6 register, 11-31
in GPDMANXTADDH7 register, 11-33
DMA Channel x Next Address Low bit field
in GPDMANXTADDL3 register, 11-26
in GPDMANXTADDL5 register, 11-28
in GPDMANXTADDL6 register, 11-30
in GPDMANXTADDL7 register, 11-32
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DMA Channel x Next Transfer Count High bit field
in GPDMANXTTCH3 register, 11-35
in GPDMANXTTCH5 register, 11-37
in GPDMANXTTCH6 register, 11-39
in GPDMANXTTCH7 register, 11-41
DMA Channel x Next Transfer Count Low bit field
in GPDMANXTTCL3 register, 11-34
in GPDMANXTTCL5 register, 11-36
in GPDMANXTTCL6 register, 11-38
in GPDMANXTTCL7 register, 11-40
DMA Channel x Transfer Count bit field
in GPDMA0TC register, 11-43
in GPDMA1TC register, 11-45
in GPDMA2TC register, 11-47
in GPDMA3TC register, 11-49
in GPDMA4TC register, 11-79
in GPDMA5TC register, 11-81
in GPDMA6TC register, 11-83
in GPDMA7TC register, 11-85
DMA Channel x Transfer Count Extension bit field
in GPDMAEXTTC3 register, 11-17
in GPDMAEXTTC5 register, 11-18
in GPDMAEXTTC6 register, 11-19
in GPDMAEXTTC7 register, 11-20
DMA Mode bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
DMA_DIS bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
DMA_MODE bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
DMABCINTMAP register, 12-21
DMARx bit field
in MSTDMASTA register, 11-86
in SLDMASTA register, 11-50
DMAx_MMAP bit field
in GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
DMAx_NXT_ADR bit field
in GPDMANXTADDH3 register, 11-27
in GPDMANXTADDH5 register, 11-29
in GPDMANXTADDH6 register, 11-31
in GPDMANXTADDH7 register, 11-33
in GPDMANXTADDL3 register, 11-26
in GPDMANXTADDL5 register, 11-28
in GPDMANXTADDL6 register, 11-30
in GPDMANXTADDL7 register, 11-32
DMAx_NXT_TC bit field
in GPDMANXTTCH3 register, 11-35
in GPDMANXTTCH5 register, 11-37
in GPDMANXTTCH6 register, 11-39
in GPDMANXTTCH7 register, 11-41
in GPDMANXTTCL3 register, 11-34
in GPDMANXTTCL5 register, 11-36
in GPDMANXTTCL6 register, 11-38
in GPDMANXTTCL7 register, 11-40
DMAxADR bit field
in GPDMAEXTPG0 register, 11-10
in GPDMAEXTPG1 register, 11-11
in GPDMAEXTPG2 register, 11-12
in GPDMAEXTPG3 register, 11-13
in GPDMAEXTPG5 register, 11-14
in GPDMAEXTPG6 register, 11-15
in GPDMAEXTPG7 register, 11-16
DMAxMAR bit field
in GPDMA0MAR register, 11-42
in GPDMA0PG register, 11-69
in GPDMA1MAR register, 11-44
in GPDMA1PG register, 11-65
in GPDMA2MAR register, 11-46
in GPDMA2PG register, 11-63
in GPDMA3MAR register, 11-48
in GPDMA3PG register, 11-64
in GPDMA4MAR register, 11-78
in GPDMA5MAR register, 11-80
in GPDMA5PG register, 11-73
in GPDMA6MAR register, 11-82
in GPDMA6PG register, 11-71
in GPDMA7MAR register, 11-84
in GPDMA7PG register, 11-72
DMAxTC bit field
in GPDMA0TC register, 11-43
in GPDMA1TC register, 11-45
in GPDMA2TC register, 11-47
in GPDMA3TC register, 11-49
in GPDMA4TC register, 11-79
in GPDMA5TC register, 11-81
in GPDMA6TC register, 11-83
in GPDMA7TC register, 11-85
in GPDMAEXTTC3 register, 11-17
in GPDMAEXTTC5 register, 11-18
in GPDMAEXTTC6 register, 11-19
in GPDMAEXTTC7 register, 11-20
documentation
support, iii
documentation notation (table), xviii
DR bit field, 18-22
DRAM Refresh Indicator bit field, 13-13
DRCBENDADR register, 7-7
DRCCFG register, 7-5
DRCCTL register, 7-2
DRCTMCTL register, 7-4
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Index
Drive Strength Control register, 20-10
DRQSEN bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
drqx internal signal, 11-51, 11-87
DS_ENB bit field, 17-17
DSCTL register, 20-10
DSR bit field, 18-23
DSR2 Function Select bit field, 20-5
DSRx signal
in UARTxMCR register, 18-19, 18-20
in UARTxMSR register, 18-23, 18-24
DTR bit field, 18-20
DTRx signal, 18-19, 18-20
E
ECC check bit and data bit positions (figure), 7-11
ECC Check Bit Position register, 7-11
ECC Check Code Test register, 7-12
ECC check codes and associated data (table), 7-13
ECC Control register, 7-9
ECC Data Bit Position bit field, 7-11
ECC Enable for All Four Banks bit field, 7-9
ECC Interrupt Mapping register, 12-19
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address bit field, 7-15
ECC Multi-Bit Error Address register, 7-15
ECC NMI Enable bit field, 12-19
ECC Single-bit Error Address bit field, 7-14
ECC Single-Bit Error Address register, 7-14
ECC Status register, 7-10
ECC_CHK_POS bit field, 7-11
ECC_ENB bit field, 7-9
ECC_IRQ_MAP bit field, 12-20
ECC_NMI_ENB bit field, 12-19
ECCCKBPOS register, 7-11
ECCCKTEST register, 7-12
ECCCTL register, 7-9
ECCMAP register, 12-19
ECCMBADD register, 7-15
ECCSBADD register, 7-14
ECCSTA register, 7-10
Élan™SC520 Microcontroller Revision ID register, 4-2
EMSI bit field, 18-11
Enable Bad ECC Check Bits bit field, 7-12
ENABLE bit field
in CBAR register, 2-9
in PCICFGADR register, 6-15
Index-6
Enable bit field
in CBAR register, 2-9
in PCICFGADR register, 6-15
Enable Modem Status Interrupt bit field, 18-11
Enable Multi-Bit Interrupt bit field, 7-9
Enable Received Data Available Interrupt bit field, 18-11
Enable Receiver Line Status Interrupt bit field, 18-11
Enable Single-bit Interrupt bit field, 7-9
Enable Transmitter Holding Register Empty Interrupt bit
field, 18-11
Enable UART x Interrupts bit field, 18-19
ENB bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-15
in WDTMRCTL register, 16-2
End of Current Buffer in Channel x bit field, 11-22, 11-23
ENH_MODE_ENB bit field, 11-4
Enhanced Mode Enable bit field, 11-4
Enter AMDebug™ Technology Mode on Next Reset bit
field, 3-3
EOI bit in R_SL_EOI bit field, 12-28, 12-41, 12-53
EPS bit field, 18-17
ERDAI bit field, 18-11
ERLSI bit field, 18-11
ERR_IN_FIFO bit field, 18-21
ESMM_SMM bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
ETHREI bit field, 18-11
Even Parity Select bit field, 18-17
EXP_SEL bit field, 16-3
Exponent Select bit field, 16-3
EXT_CLK bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
F
Fast Back-to-Back Capable bit field, 6-20
FBTB bit field, 6-20
FE bit field, 18-22
ferr internal signal, 12-61
FERRMAP register, 12-21
FIFO Enable bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-16
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-6
FIFO Mode Indication bit field, 18-12
FIFO_ENB bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-16
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-6
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FIFO_MODE bit field, 18-12
FIRST_DLY bit field
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-3
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-5
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-7
Floating Point Error Interrupt Clear register, 12-61
Floating Point Error Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
Force Bad ECC Check Bits bit field, 7-12
FPUERR_RST bit field, 12-61
FPUERRCLR register, 12-61
Framing Error bit field, 18-22
FRC_BAD_CHK bit field, 7-12
Function Number bit field, 6-16
FUNCTION_NUM bit field, 6-16
G
General 0 register, 11-62
General 1 register, 11-66
General 2 register, 11-67
General 3 register, 11-68
General 4 register, 11-70
General 5 register, 11-74
General 6 register, 11-75
General 7 register, 11-76
General 8 register, 11-77
General-Purpose CMOS RAM (114 bytes), 17-21
General-Purpose Interrupt Request GPIRQx Polarity bit
field, 12-15, 12-16
General-Purpose R/W Register bit field
in GPDMAGR0 register, 11-62
in GPDMAGR1 register, 11-66
in GPDMAGR2 register, 11-67
in GPDMAGR3 register, 11-68
in GPDMAGR4 register, 11-70
in GPDMAGR5 register, 11-74
in GPDMAGR6 register, 11-75
in GPDMAGR7 register, 11-76
in GPDMAGR8 register, 11-77
general-purpose timer MMCR registers (table), 14-1
GNT_TO_ID bit field, 5-3
GNT_TO_INT_ENB bit field, 5-2
GNT_TO_STA bit field, 5-3
GNTx signal, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5, 5-7
GP Bus Echo Mode
Enable bit field, 10-2
minimum timing (table), 10-2
GP bus MMCR registers (table), 10-1
GP bus signal timing adjustment (figure), 10-7
GP Chip Select
Data Width register, 10-3
Offset register, 10-9
Pulse Width register, 10-8
Qualification register, 10-5
Recovery Time register, 10-7
GP Echo Mode register, 10-2
GP Read Offset register, 10-11
GP Read Pulse Width register, 10-10
GP Timer 0
Count register, 14-6
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
Maxcount Compare A register, 14-7
Maxcount Compare B register, 14-8
Mode/Control register, 14-3
GP Timer 1
Count register, 14-12
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
Maxcount Compare A register, 14-13
Maxcount Compare B register, 14-14
Mode/Control register, 14-9
GP Timer 2
Count register, 14-17
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
Maxcount Compare A register, 14-18
Mode/Control register, 14-15
GP Timer x Alternate Compare bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
GP Timer x Continuous Mode bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
GP Timer x Count Register bit field
in GPTMR0CNT register, 14-6
in GPTMR1CNT register, 14-12
in GPTMR2CNT register, 14-17
GP Timer x Enable bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-15
GP Timer x External Clock bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
GP Timer x Interrupt Enable bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
GP Timer x Interrupt Status bit field, 14-2
GP Timer x Maxcount Compare Register In Use bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
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GP Timer x Maxcount Compare Register x bit field
in GPTMR0MAXCMPA register, 14-7
in GPTMR0MAXCMPB register, 14-8
in GPTMR1MAXCMPA register, 14-13
in GPTMR1MAXCMPB register, 14-14
in GPTMR2MAXCMPA register, 14-18
GP Timer x Maximum Count bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
GP Timer x Permit Enable Bit Write bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-15
GP Timer x Prescaler bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
GP Timer x Retrigger bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
GP Timers Status register, 14-2
GP Write Offset register, 10-13
GP Write Pulse Width register, 10-12
GP_ALE_OFF bit field, 10-15
GP_ALE_WIDTH bit field, 10-14
GP_ECHO_ENB bit field, 10-2
GP_RD_OFF bit field, 10-11
GP_RD_WIDTH bit field, 10-10
GP_RST bit field, 3-3
GP_WR_OFF bit field, 10-13
GP_WR_WIDTH bit field, 10-12
GPAEN Function Select bit field, 20-4
GPALE signal
Function Select bit field, 20-4
in GPALEOFF register, 10-15
in GPALEW register, 10-14
minimum timing table, 10-2
Offset register, 10-15
Pulse Width register, 10-14
GPALEOFF register, 10-15
GPALEW register, 10-14
GPBHE Function Select bit field, 20-4
GPBHE signal, 20-4
GPCS_OFF bit field, 10-9
GPCS_RECOVR bit field, 10-7
GPCS_WIDTH bit field, 10-8
GPCSDW register, 10-3
GPCSOFF register, 10-9
GPCSPW register, 10-8
GPCSQUAL register, 10-5
GPCSRT register, 10-7
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GPCSx signal
Function Select bit field, 20-5, 20-7, 20-8
in GPCSDW register, 10-3, 10-4
in GPCSOFF register, 10-9
in GPCSPW register, 10-8
in GPCSQUAL register, 10-5, 10-6
in GPCSRT register, 10-7
in PARx register, 2-7
Qualifier Selection bit field, 10-5, 10-6
GPCSx_DW bit field, 10-3
GPCSx_RW bit field, 10-5, 10-6
GPCSx_SEL bit field, 20-7, 20-8
GPDACKx Function Select bit field, 20-3
GPDACKx signal, 11-6, 11-7
GPDBUFOE Function Select bit field, 20-6
GP-DMA. See also DMA, Master DMA, Slave DMA.
GP-DMA Channel 0 Extended Page register, 11-10
GP-DMA Channel 1 Extended Page register, 11-11
GP-DMA Channel 2 Extended Page register, 11-12
GP-DMA Channel 3
Extended Page register, 11-13
Extended Transfer Count register, 11-17
Next Address High register, 11-27
Next Address Low register, 11-26
Next Transfer Count High register, 11-35
Next Transfer Count Low register, 11-34
GP-DMA Channel 5
Extended Page register, 11-14
Extended Transfer Count register, 11-18
Next Address High register, 11-29
Next Address Low register, 11-28
Next Transfer Count High register, 11-37
Next Transfer Count Low register, 11-36
GP-DMA Channel 6
Extended Page register, 11-15
Extended Transfer Count register, 11-19
Next Address High register, 11-31
Next Address Low register, 11-30
Next Transfer Count High register, 11-39
Next Transfer Count Low register, 11-38
GP-DMA Channel 7
Extended Page register, 11-16
Extended Transfer Count register, 11-20
Next Address High register, 11-33
Next Address Low register, 11-32
Next Transfer Count High register, 11-41
Next Transfer Count Low register, 11-40
GP-DMA Control register, 11-4
GP-DMA direct-mapped registers (table), 11-2
GP-DMA Memory-Mapped I/O register, 11-5
GP-DMA MMCR registers (table), 11-1
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map A register, 11-6
GP-DMA Resource Channel Map B register, 11-8
GPDMA0MAR register, 11-42
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GPDMA0PG register, 11-69
GPDMA0TC register, 11-43
GPDMA1MAR register, 11-44
GPDMA1PG register, 11-65
GPDMA1TC register, 11-45
GPDMA2MAR register, 11-46
GPDMA2PG register, 11-63
GPDMA2TC register, 11-47
GPDMA3MAR register, 11-48
GPDMA3PG register, 11-64
GPDMA3TC register, 11-49
GPDMA4MAR register, 11-78
GPDMA4TC register, 11-79
GPDMA5MAR register, 11-80
GPDMA5PG register, 11-73
GPDMA5TC register, 11-81
GPDMA6MAR register, 11-82
GPDMA6PG register, 11-71
GPDMA6TC register, 11-83
GPDMA7MAR register, 11-84
GPDMA7PG register, 11-72
GPDMA7TC register, 11-85
GPDMABCCTL register, 11-21
GPDMABCSTA register, 11-22
GPDMABCVAL register, 11-25
GPDMABSINTENB register, 11-24
GPDMACTL register, 11-4
GPDMAEXTCHMAPA register, 11-6
GPDMAEXTCHMAPB register, 11-8
GPDMAEXTPG0 register, 11-10
GPDMAEXTPG1 register, 11-11
GPDMAEXTPG2 register, 11-12
GPDMAEXTPG3 register, 11-13
GPDMAEXTPG5 register, 11-14
GPDMAEXTPG6 register, 11-15
GPDMAEXTPG7 register, 11-16
GPDMAEXTTC3 register, 11-17
GPDMAEXTTC5 register, 11-18
GPDMAEXTTC6 register, 11-19
GPDMAEXTTC7 register, 11-20
GPDMAGR0 register, 11-62
GPDMAGR1 register, 11-66
GPDMAGR2 register, 11-67
GPDMAGR3 register, 11-68
GPDMAGR4 register, 11-70
GPDMAGR5 register, 11-74
GPDMAGR6 register, 11-75
GPDMAGR7 register, 11-76
GPDMAGR8 register, 11-77
GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
GPDMANXTADDH3 register, 11-27
GPDMANXTADDH5 register, 11-29
GPDMANXTADDH6 register, 11-31
GPDMANXTADDH7 register, 11-33
GPDMANXTADDL3 register, 11-26
GPDMANXTADDL5 register, 11-28
GPDMANXTADDL6 register, 11-30
GPDMANXTADDL7 register, 11-32
GPDMANXTTCH3 register, 11-35
GPDMANXTTCH5 register, 11-37
GPDMANXTTCH6 register, 11-39
GPDMANXTTCH7 register, 11-41
GPDMANXTTCL3 register, 11-34
GPDMANXTTCL5 register, 11-36
GPDMANXTTCL6 register, 11-38
GPDMANXTTCL7 register, 11-40
GPDRQx signal
Channel Mapping bit field, 11-6, 11-7
Function Select bit field, 20-4
in GPDMAEXTCHMAPA register, 11-6, 11-7
GPDRQx_CHSEL bit field, 11-6, 11-7
GPECHO register, 10-2
GPINTx_POL bit field, 12-15, 12-16
GPIOCS16 Function Select bit field, 20-5
GPIOCSx signal, 10-4
GPIORD signal
Compressed Timing bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
in GPCSQUAL register, 10-5, 10-6
in GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
in GPRDOFF register, 10-11
in GPRDW register, 10-10
GPIOWR signal
in GPCSQUAL register, 10-5, 10-6
in GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
in GPWROFF register, 10-13
in GPWRW register, 10-12
Write Selection Control bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
GPIRQx signal
Function Select bit field, 20-3, 20-6
in INTPINPOL register, 12-15, 12-16
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
GPMEMCS16 Function Select bit field, 20-5
GPMEMCSx signal, 10-4
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GPMEMRD signal
Compressed Timing bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
in GPCSQUAL register, 10-5, 10-6
in GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
in GPRDOFF register, 10-11
in GPRDW register, 10-10
GPMEMWR signal
in GPCSQUAL register, 10-5, 10-6
in GPDMAMMIO register, 11-5
in GPWROFF register, 10-13
in GPWRW register, 10-12
Write Selection Control bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
GPRDOFF register, 10-11
GPRDW register, 10-10
GPRDY Function Select bit field, 20-4
GPRESET signal
reset sources, 3-6
Software GP Bus Reset bit field, 3-3
GPTC signal
Function Select bit field, 20-4
in GPDMABCVAL register, 11-25
in UARTxCTL register, 18-3
in UARTxSTA register, 18-4
GPTMR0CNT register, 14-6
GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3
GPTMR0MAP register, 12-21
GPTMR0MAXCMPA register, 14-7
GPTMR0MAXCMPB register, 14-8
GPTMR1CNT register, 14-12
GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9
GPTMR1MAP register, 12-21
GPTMR1MAXCMPA register, 14-13
GPTMR1MAXCMPB register, 14-14
GPTMR2CNT register, 14-17
GPTMR2CTL register, 14-15
GPTMR2MAP register, 12-21
GPTMR2MAXCMPA register, 14-18
GPTMRSTA register, 14-2
GPWROFF register, 10-13
GPWRW register, 10-12
GPxIMAP register, 12-21
H
HBCTL register, 6-3
HBMSTIRQCTL register, 6-9
HBMSTIRQSTA register, 6-12
HBTGTIRQCTL register, 6-5
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HBTGTIRQSTA register, 6-7
HDR_TYP bit field, 6-23
Header Type bit field, 6-23
Header Type register, 6-23
HI_PRI_0_SEL bit field, 5-7
HI_PRI_1_SEL bit field, 5-7
Host Bridge Control register, 6-3
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Address register, 6-14
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Control register, 6-9
Host Bridge Master Interrupt Status register, 6-12
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Control register, 6-5
Host Bridge Target Interrupt Status register, 6-7
HOUR bit field, 17-8
HOUR_MODE_SEL bit field, 17-17
I
I/O Hole Access Destination bit field, 2-2
I/O Pad Drive Strength
for MA12–MA0 and BA1–BA0 bit field, 20-11
for MD31–MD0 and MECC6–MECC0 bit field, 20-11
for SCS3–SCS0 bit field, 20-10
for SDQM3–SDQM0 bit field, 20-10
for SRASA–SRASB, SCASA–SCASB and SWEA–
SWEB bit field, 20-10
I/O Space Enable bit field, 6-21
IC4 bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-27
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-52
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-40
ICE_HRST_DET bit field, 3-5
ICE_ON_RST bit field, 3-3
ICE_SRST_DET bit field, 3-5
ICEMAP register, 12-21
ID2–ID0 bit field
in S1PICICW3 register, 12-58
in S2PICICW3 register, 12-46
ignne internal signal, 12-61
IMx bit field
in MPICINTMSK register, 12-36
in S1PICINTMSK register, 12-60
in S2PICINTMSK register, 12-48
Initialization Control Word 1 Select bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
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Initialization Control Word 4 bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-27
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-52
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-40
instruction set, xvi
INT_ENB bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
INT_FLG bit field, 17-18
INT_ID bit field, 18-13
INT_MAP bit field, 12-22
INT_NOT_PND bit field, 18-13
Internal dackx Sense bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
Internal drqx Sense bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
Internal Oscillator Control Bits bit field, 17-14
Interrupt Control register, 12-4
Interrupt Enable for Channel x bit field, 11-24
Interrupt Identification Bit Field bit field, 18-13
Interrupt Mapping bit field, 12-22
Interrupt Pin Polarity register, 12-15
Interrupt Request EOI and Priority Rotation Controls bit
field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
Interrupt Request Flag bit field
in RTCSTAC register, 17-18
in WDTMRCTL register, 16-2
Interrupt Request x bit field
in MPICIR register, 12-24
in S1PICIR register, 12-49
in S2PICIR register, 12-37
Interrupt Request x In-Service bit field
in MPICISR register, 12-25
in S1PICISR register, 12-50
in S2PICISR register, 12-38
INTPINPOL register, 12-15
INTx signal, 12-15
INTx_POL bit field, 12-15
IO_ENB bit field, 6-21
IO_HOLE_DEST bit field, 2-2
IOCHCK bit field, 13-13
IRQ_FLG bit field, 16-2
IRx bit field
in MPICIR register, 12-24
in S1PICIR register, 12-49
in S2PICIR register, 12-37
IRx Mask bit field
in MPICINTMSK register, 12-36
in S1PICINTMSK register, 12-60
in S2PICINTMSK register, 12-48
IS_OCW3 bit field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
ISx bit field
in MPICISR register, 12-25
in S1PICISR register, 12-50
in S2PICISR register, 12-38
L
Latch Count (Low True) bit field, 13-11
Latch Status (Low True) bit field, 13-11
LCNT bit field, 13-11
Level-Triggered Interrupt Mode bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
literature support, iii
LOOP bit field, 18-19
Loopback Mode (Diagnostic Mode) Enable bit field,
18-19
Lower 16 Bits of DMA Channel x Memory Address bit
field
in GPDMA0MAR register, 11-42
in GPDMA1MAR register, 11-44
in GPDMA2MAR register, 11-46
in GPDMA3MAR register, 11-48
in GPDMA5MAR register, 11-80
in GPDMA6MAR register, 11-82
in GPDMA7MAR register, 11-84
LS bit field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-54
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
LSTAT bit field, 13-11
LTIM bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
M
M/S bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
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M_AD_IRQ_ID bit field, 6-14
M_CMD_IRQ_ID bit field, 6-12
M_DPER_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_DPER_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-10
M_DPER_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_GINT_MODE bit field, 12-5
M_MABRT_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_MABRT_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-9
M_MABRT_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_RETRY_TO bit field, 6-24
M_RPER_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_RPER_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-10
M_RPER_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_RTRTO_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_RTRTO_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-9
M_RTRTO_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_SERR_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_SERR_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-9
M_SERR_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_TABRT_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-10
M_TABRT_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-9
M_TABRT_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-13
M_WPOST_ENB bit field, 6-4
MA_DRIVE bit field, 20-11
Major Stepping Level bit field, 4-2
MAJORSTEP bit field, 4-2
Master Abort Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-9
Status bit field, 6-13
Master Address Interrupt Identification bit field, 6-14
Master Command Interrupt Identification bit field, 6-12
Master Controller Write Posting Enable bit field, 6-4
Master Detected Parity Error Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-10
Status bit field, 6-13
Master DMA. See also DMA, GP-DMA, Slave DMA.
Master DMA Channel 4
Memory Address register, 11-78
Transfer Count register, 11-79
Master DMA Channel 4–7
Control register, 11-87
Mask register, 11-90
Mode register, 11-91
Status register, 11-86
Master DMA Channel 5
Memory Address register, 11-80
Page register, 11-73
Transfer Count register, 11-81
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Master DMA Channel 6
Memory Address register, 11-82
Page register, 11-71
Transfer Count register, 11-83
Master DMA Channel 7
Memory Address register, 11-84
Page register, 11-72
Transfer Count register, 11-85
Master DMA Clear Byte Pointer register, 11-93
Master DMA Controller Reset register, 11-94
Master DMA Controller Temporary register, 11-95
Master DMA General Mask register, 11-97
Master DMA Mask Reset register, 11-96
Master Enable bit field, 6-21
Master NMI Enable bit field, 12-4
Master PIC
Channel x Interrupt Mode bit field, 12-6, 12-7
Global Interrupt Mode Enable bit field, 12-5
I/O Port 0020h access summary (table), 12-27
Initialization Control Word 1 register, 12-26
Initialization Control Word 2 register, 12-32
Initialization Control Word 3 register, 12-33
Initialization Control Word 4 register, 12-35
In-Service register, 12-25
Interrupt Mask register, 12-36
Interrupt Mode register, 12-6
Interrupt Request register, 12-24
Operation Control Word 2 register, 12-28
Operation Control Word 3 register, 12-30
Master Received Parity Error Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-10
Status bit field, 6-13
Master Retry Time-Out Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-9
Status bit field, 6-13
Master Retry Time-Out register, 6-24
Master Software DRQ(n) Request register, 11-89
Master System Error Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-9
Status bit field, 6-13
Master Target Abort Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-10
Select bit field, 6-9
Status bit field, 6-13
MASTR_CBP bit field, 11-93
MASTR_MSK_RST bit field, 11-96
MASTR_RST bit field, 11-94
MASTR_TMP bit field, 11-95
MATCH bit field, 2-10
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MAx signal
in DRCCTL register, 7-3
in DSCTL register, 7-3, 20-10, 20-11
MAX_CNT bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-16
MAX_CNT_RIU bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
MB_ADDR bit field, 7-15
MBIT_ERR bit field, 7-10
MCA bit field
in GPTMR0MAXCMPA register, 14-7
in GPTMR1MAXCMPA register, 14-13
in GPTMR2MAXCMPA register, 14-18
MCB bit field
in GPTMR0MAXCMPB register, 14-8
in GPTMR1MAXCMPB register, 14-14
MDx signal, 20-10, 20-11
MECCx signal, 20-10, 20-11
MEM_ENB bit field, 6-21
Memory Access Enable bit field, 6-21
memory write and invalidate enable bit not
implemented, 6-21
memory-mapped configuration region (MMCR)
registers (table), 1-2
Memory-Mapped Device for DMA Channel x bit field,
11-5
microcontroller reset sources (table), 3-6
Microprocessor Mode bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
Minor Stepping Level bit field, 4-2
MINORSTEP bit field, 4-2
MINUTE bit field, 17-6
MODE bit field
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
MODSEL bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-92
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-56
MONTH bit field, 17-12
MPICICW1 register, 12-26
MPICICW2 register, 12-32
MPICICW3 register, 12-33
MPICICW4 register, 12-35
MPICINTMSK register, 12-36
MPICIR register, 12-24
MPICISR register, 12-25
MPICMODE register, 12-6
MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
MS_CNT bit field, 15-2
MSBF_ENB bit field, 19-3
MSKSEL bit field
in MSTDMAMSK register, 11-90
in SLDMAMSK register, 11-54
MSTDMACBP register, 11-93
MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
MSTDMAGENMSK register, 11-97
MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
MSTDMAMSK register, 11-90
MSTDMAMSKRST register, 11-96
MSTDMARST register, 11-94
MSTDMASTA register, 11-86
MSTDMASWREQ register, 11-89
MSTDMATMP register, 11-95
MSTINTADD register, 6-14
MULT_INT_ENB bit field, 7-9
Multi-Bit Error Detected bit field, 7-10
N
NMI Routine Done bit field, 12-4
NMI_DONE bit field, 12-4
NMI_ENB bit field, 12-4
NMI_TRIG bit field, 12-13
No Serial Port Interrupt Pending bit field, 18-13
Null Count bit field, 13-5
NULL_CNT bit field, 13-5
O
OE bit field, 18-22
Offset Time
for GPALE bit field, 10-15
for GPIORD and GPMEMRD bit field, 10-11
for GPIOWR and GPMEMWR bit field, 10-13
for the GP Bus Chip Select bit field, 10-9
Operation Select bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
OPMODE_SEL bit field, 7-3
OPSEL bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
OSC_CTL bit field, 17-14
OUT1 bit field, 18-19
OUT2 bit field, 18-19
OUTPUT bit field, 13-5
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Output State bit field, 13-5
Overrun Error bit field, 18-22
P
P bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
P_ENB_WR bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9
in GPTMR2CTL register, 14-15
Page Size bit field, 2-7
PAR signal, 2-8
Parity Enable bit field, 18-17
Parity Error bit field, 18-22
Parity Error Detected bit field, 6-19
Parity Error Response bit field, 6-21
PARx register, 2-5
PC/AT Channel Check Indicator bit field, 13-13
PC/AT Parity Error Indicator bit field, 13-13
PCI Bus Arbiter
Bus Park bit field, 5-2
CPU Priority bit field, 5-6
Grant Time-Out
Identification bit field, 5-3
Interrupt Enable bit field, 5-2
Status bit field, 5-3
High Priority 0 bit field, 5-7
High Priority 1 bit field, 5-7
Request #x Enable bit field, 5-4, 5-5
Status register, 5-3
PCI Bus Host Bridge
direct-mapped registers (table), 6-2
indexed registers (table), 6-2
MMCR registers (table), 6-1
PCI Bus Reset bit field, 6-3
PCI Configuration
Address register, 6-15
Data register, 6-17
PCI Host Bridge
Interrupt Mapping bit field, 12-18
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-17
NMI Enable bit field, 12-17
PCI indexed registers (table), 1-11
PCI Interrupt Request INTx Polarity bit field, 12-15
PCI Interrupt x Mapping register, 12-21
PCI_IRQ_MAP bit field, 12-18
PCI_NMI_ENB bit field, 12-17
PCI_RST bit field, 6-3
PCIARBSTA register, 5-3
PCICCREVID register, 6-22
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PCICFGADR register, 6-15
PCICFGDATA register, 6-17
PCIDEVID register, 6-18
PCIHEADTYPE register, 6-23
PCIHOSTMAP register, 12-17
PCIINTAMAP register, 12-21
PCIINTBMAP register, 12-21
PCIINTCMAP register, 12-21
PCIINTDMAP register, 12-21
PCIMRETRYTO register, 6-24
PCISTACMD register, 6-19
PE bit field, 18-22
PENB bit field, 18-17
PER_INT_ENB bit field, 17-16
PER_INT_FLG bit field, 17-18
Periodic Interrupt
Enable bit field, 17-16
Flag bit field, 17-18
PERR bit field, 13-13
PERR signal
in HBMSTIRQCTL register, 6-10
in PCISTACMD register, 6-20
PERR signal in HBMSTIRQCTL register, 6-10
PERR_DET bit field, 6-19
PERR_RES bit field, 6-21
PG_SZ bit field, 2-7
PHS_INV_ENB bit field, 19-3
PIC Poll Command bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
PICICR register, 12-4
PIO register programming summary (table), 20-2
PIO15–PIO0 signals
Clear register, 20-24
Data register, 20-16
Direction register, 20-12
Pin Function Select register, 20-3
Set register, 20-20
PIO31–PIO16 signals
Clear register, 20-26
Data register, 20-18
Direction register, 20-14
Pin Function Select register, 20-5
Set register, 20-22
PIOCLR15_0 register, 20-24
PIOCLR31_16 register, 20-26
PIODATA15_0 register, 20-16
PIODATA31_16 register, 20-18
PIODIR15_0 register, 20-12
PIODIR31_16 register, 20-14
PIOPFS15_0 register, 20-3
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PIOPFS31_16 register, 20-5
PIOSET15_0 register, 20-20
PIOSET31_16 register, 20-22
PIOx Clear bit field
in PIOCLR15_0 bit field, 20-24, 20-25
in PIOCLR31_16 bit field, 20-26, 20-27
PIOx Function Select bit field
in PIOPFS15_0 register, 20-3, 20-4
in PIOPFS31_16 register, 20-5, 20-6
PIOx Input or Output Select bit field
in PIODIR15_0 bit field, 20-12, 20-13
in PIODIR31_16 bit field, 20-14, 20-15
PIOx Set bit field
in PIOSET15_0 bit field, 20-20, 20-21
in PIOSET31_16 bit field, 20-22, 20-23
PIOx_CLR bit field
in PIOCLR15_0 register, 20-24, 20-25
in PIOCLR31_16 register, 20-26, 20-27
PIOx_DATA bit field
in PIODATA15_0 register, 20-16, 20-17
in PIODATA31_16 register, 20-18, 20-19
PIOx_DIR bit field
in PIODIR15_0 register, 20-12, 20-13
in PIODIR31_16 register, 20-14, 20-15
PIOx_FNC bit field
in PIOPFS15_0 register, 20-3, 20-4
in PIOPFS31_16 register, 20-5, 20-6
PIOx_SET bit field
in PIOSET15_0 register, 20-20, 20-21
in PIOSET31_16 register, 20-22, 20-23
PIT Channel x Count register
Channel 0, 13-2
Channel 1, 13-3
Channel 2, 13-4
PIT Counter Latch Command register, 13-10
PIT counter mode settings (table), 13-9
PIT Counter Select bit field
in PITCNTLAT bit field, 13-10
in PITMODECTL bit field, 13-7
in PITRDBACK bit field, 13-11
PIT Mode Control register, 13-7
PIT Output Channel 2 Enable bit field, 13-13
PIT Read-Back Command register, 13-11
PIT Timer 2 Output Pin State bit field, 13-13
PIT x Interrupt Mapping register
Channel 0, 12-21
Channel 1, 12-21
Channel 2, 12-21
PIT x Status register
Channel 0, 13-5
Channel 1, 13-5
Channel 2, 13-5
PIT_GATE2 bit field, 13-13
PIT_OUT2_ENB bit field, 13-13
PIT_OUT2_STA bit field, 13-13
PIT0CNT register, 13-2
PIT0MAP register, 12-21
PIT0STA register, 13-5
PIT1CNT register, 13-3
PIT1MAP register, 12-21
PIT1STA register, 13-5
PIT2CNT register, 13-4
PIT2MAP register, 12-21
PIT2STA register, 13-5
PITCNTLAT register, 13-10
PITGATE2 Function Select bit field, 20-7
PITGATE2 signal, 13-9, 13-13, 20-7
PITMODECTL register, 13-7
PITOUT2 signal, 13-5, 13-13
PITRDBACK register, 13-11
PM bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
PORT80 bit field, 11-62
PORT84 bit field, 11-66
PORT85 bit field, 11-67
PORT86 bit field, 11-68
PORT88 bit field, 11-70
PORT8C bit field, 11-74
PORT8D bit field, 11-75
PORT8E bit field, 11-76
PORT8F bit field, 11-77
POWERGOOD Reset Detect bit field, 3-6
PRG_IF bit field, 6-22
PRG_RST_ENB bit field, 3-3
PRGRESET Detect bit field, 3-6
PRGRESET signal
in RESCFG register, 3-3, 3-4
in RESSTA register, 3-6
PRGRESET signal in RESSTA register, 3-5
PRGRST_DET bit field, 3-6
Priority Type bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
PRITYPE bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
Product Type of Élan™SC520 Microcontroller bit field,
4-2
PRODUCT_ID bit field, 4-2
Program Interface bit field, 6-22
Programmable Address Region x register, 2-5
programmable I/O MMCR registers (table), 20-1
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programmable interrupt controller
direct-mapped registers (table), 12-2
MMCR registers (table), 12-1
programmable interval timer direct-mapped registers
(table), 13-1
Programmable Reset Enable bit field, 3-3
PSC_SEL bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-5
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-11
PWRGOOD signal
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
in RESCFG register, 3-4
in RESSTA register, 3-6
in SYSINFO register, 3-2
PWRGOOD_DET bit field, 3-6
R
R bit in R_SL_EOI bit field, 12-28, 12-41, 12-53
R_MST_ABT bit field, 6-20
R_SL_EOI bit field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
R_TGT_ABT bit field, 6-20
RAB_ENB bit field, 8-2
RAS_CAS_DLY bit field, 7-4
RAS_PCHG_DLY bit field, 7-4
Rate Selection bit field, 17-15
RATE_SEL bit field, 17-15
RBR bit field, 18-8
Read or Write the PIOx Pin bit field
in PIODATA15_0 register, 20-16, 20-17
in PIODATA31_16 register, 20-18, 20-19
Read-Ahead Feature Enable bit field, 8-2
Read-back Command bit field, 13-11
real-time clock
direct-mapped registers (table), 17-1
indexed registers (table), 1-11, 17-1
Received Master Abort bit field, 6-20
Received Target Abort bit field, 6-20
Receiver FIFO Clear bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
Receiver FIFO Register Trigger Bits bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
Refresh Enable bit field, 7-2
Region Size/Start Address bit field, 2-8
Register Number bit field, 6-16
REGISTER_NUM bit field, 6-16
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REQDMA bit field
in MSTDMASWREQ register, 11-89
in SLDMASWREQ register, 11-53
REQSEL bit field
in MSTDMASWREQ register, 11-89
in SLDMASWREQ register, 11-53
Request To Send bit field, 18-20
REQx signal, 5-4, 5-5, 5-7
REQx_ENB bit field, 5-4, 5-5
RESCFG register, 3-3
Reset Configuration register, 3-3
reset generation
direct-mapped registers (table), 3-1
MMCR registers (table), 3-1
reset sources (table), 3-6
Reset Latched Input Data bit field, 3-2
Reset Status register, 3-5
RESSTA register, 3-5
REV_ID bit field, 6-22
REVID register, 4-2
Revision I.D. bit field, 6-22
RF_CLR bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
RFD bit field, 13-13
RFRT bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
RFSH_ENB bit field, 7-2
RFSH_SPD bit field, 7-2
RI bit field, 18-23
RIN2 Function Select bit field, 20-5
Ring Indicator bit field, 18-23
RINx signal, 18-19, 18-23, 20-5
ROM controller MMCR registers (table), 9-1
ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
ROMCSx signal
Function Select bit field, 20-7, 20-8
in PARx registers, 2-6
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
RR_RIS bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
RST signal
in HBCTL register, 6-3
reset sources, 3-6
RST_LD bit field, 3-2
RSTLDx signal, 3-2
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RTC Alarm
AM/PM Indicator bit field, 17-9
Hour register, 17-9
Minute register, 17-7
Second register, 17-5
RTC AM/PM Indicator bit field, 17-8
RTC Control A register, 17-14
RTC Control B register, 17-16
RTC Current Day of the Month register, 17-11
RTC Current Day of the Week register, 17-10
RTC Current Hour register, 17-8
RTC Current Minute register, 17-6
RTC Current Month register, 17-12
RTC Current Second register, 17-4
RTC Current Year register, 17-13
RTC Disable bit field, 2-3
RTC Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
RTC Status C register, 17-18
RTC Status D register, 17-20
RTC/CMOS Data Port bit field, 17-3
RTC/CMOS RAM Data Port register, 17-3
RTC/CMOS RAM Index bit field, 17-2
RTC/CMOS RAM Index register, 17-2
RTC_CMOS_REG_X bit field, 17-21
RTC_DIS bit field, 2-3
RTC_VRT bit field, 17-20
RTCALMHR register, 17-9
RTCALMMIN register, 17-7
RTCALMSEC register, 17-5
RTCCMOS register, 17-21
RTCCTLA register, 17-14
RTCCTLB register, 17-16
RTCCURDOM register, 17-11
RTCCURDOW register, 17-10
RTCCURHR register, 17-8
RTCCURMIN register, 17-6
RTCCURMON register, 17-12
RTCCURSEC register, 17-4
RTCCURYR register, 17-13
RTCDATA register, 17-3
RTCIDX register, 17-2
RTCMAP register, 12-21
RTCSTAC register, 17-18
RTCSTAD register, 17-20
RTG bit field
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10
RTS bit field, 18-20
RTSx signal, 18-19, 18-20
RW bit field, 13-5
rxdackx internal signal, 11-8, 11-9
RXDRQx Channel Mapping bit field, 11-8, 11-9
rxdrqx internal signal, 11-8, 11-9, 18-5, 18-15
RXDRQx_CHSEL bit field, 11-8, 11-9
RXTC_DET bit field, 18-4
RXTC_ENB bit field, 18-3
S
S_DVSL_TIM bit field, 6-20
S_TGT_ABT bit field, 6-20
S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
S1PICICW2 register, 12-57
S1PICICW3 register, 12-58
S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
S1PICINTMSK register, 12-60
S1PICIR register, 12-49
S1PICISR register, 12-50
S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
S2PICICW2 register, 12-45
S2PICICW3 register, 12-46
S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
S2PICINTMSK register, 12-48
S2PICIR register, 12-37
S2PICISR register, 12-38
S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
SB bit field, 18-17
SB_ADDR bit field, 7-14
SBCL_CD bit field, 6-22
SBIT_ERR bit field, 7-10
SCASx signal, 7-4, 20-10
SCP Command Port register, 3-8
SCP Data Port register, 3-7
SCP Reset Detect bit field, 3-5
SCP_CMD bit field, 3-8
SCP_DATA bit field, 3-7
SCP_RST_DET bit field, 3-5
SCPCMD register, 3-8
SCPDATA register, 3-7
SCRATCH bit field, 18-25
Scratch Bits bit field, 18-25
SCS_DRIVE bit field, 20-10
SCSx signal, 20-10
SD_RST_DET bit field, 3-6
SDQM_DRIVE bit field, 20-10
SDQMx signal, 20-10
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SDRAM Bank 0–3 Ending Address register, 7-7
SDRAM Bank Configuration register, 7-5
SDRAM Buffer Control register, 8-2
SDRAM CAS Latency bit field, 7-4
SDRAM Control register, 7-2
SDRAM controller MMCR registers (table), 7-1
SDRAM ECC Interrupt Mapping bit field, 12-20
SDRAM Operation Mode Select bit field, 7-3
SDRAM RAS Precharge Delay bit field, 7-4
SDRAM RAS-to-CAS Delay bit field, 7-4
SDRAM Refresh Request Speed bit field, 7-2
SDRAM Timing Control register, 7-4
SECOND bit field, 17-4
Select Counter x bit field, 13-11
Select ICW1 bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
SERR Enable bit field, 6-20
SERR signal
in HBMSTIRQCTL register, 6-9, 6-10
in PCISTACMD register, 6-13, 6-19, 6-20
SERR_ENB bit field, 6-20
SET bit field, 17-16
Set Break Enable bit field, 18-17
SFNM bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
SGL_INT_ENB bit field, 7-9
SIG_SERR bit field, 6-19
Signal Width
for (GPIOWR and GPMEMWR) bit field, 10-12
for GPALE bit field, 10-14
for GPIORD and GPMEMRD bit field, 10-10
for the GP Bus Chip Selects bit field, 10-8
Signaled System Error bit field, 6-19
Signaled Target Abort bit field, 6-20
Single PIC bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-52
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-40
Single-bit ECC Error bit field, 7-10
SL bit in R_SL_EOI bit field, 12-28, 12-41, 12-53
SL1PICMODE register, 12-8
SL2PICMODE register, 12-9
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Slave 1 PIC
I/O Port 00A0h access summary (table), 12-52
Initialization Control Word 1 register, 12-51
Initialization Control Word 2 register, 12-57
Initialization Control Word 3 register, 12-58
Initialization Control Word 4 register, 12-59
In-Service register, 12-50
Interrupt Mask register, 12-60
Interrupt Mode register, 12-8
Interrupt Request register, 12-49
Operation Control Word 2 register, 12-53
Operation Control Word 3 register, 12-55
Slave 2 PIC
I/O Port 0024h access summary (table), 12-40
Initialization Control Word 1 register, 12-39
Initialization Control Word 2 register, 12-45
Initialization Control Word 3 register, 12-46
Initialization Control Word 4 register, 12-47
In-Service register, 12-38
Interrupt Mask register, 12-48
Interrupt Mode register, 12-9
Interrupt Request register, 12-37
Operation Control Word 2 register, 12-41
Operation Control Word 3 register, 12-43
Slave DMA. See also DMA, GP-DMA, Master DMA.
Slave DMA Channel 0
Memory Address register, 11-42
Page register, 11-69
Transfer Count register, 11-43
Slave DMA Channel 0–3
Control register, 11-51
Mask register, 11-54
Mode register, 11-55
Status register, 11-50
Slave DMA Channel 1
Memory Address register, 11-44
Page register, 11-65
Transfer Count register, 11-45
Slave DMA Channel 2
Memory Address register, 11-46
Page register, 11-63
Transfer Count register, 11-47
Slave DMA Channel 3
Memory Address register, 11-48
Page register, 11-64
Transfer Count register, 11-49
Slave DMA Clear Byte Pointer register, 11-57
Slave DMA Controller Reset register, 11-58
Slave DMA Controller Temporary register, 11-59
Slave DMA General Mask register, 11-61
Slave DMA Mask Reset register, 11-60
Slave Software DRQ(n) Request register, 11-53
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Slave x PIC
Channel x Interrupt Mode bit field
in SL1PICMODE register, 12-8
in SL2PICMODE register, 12-9
Global Interrupt Mode Enable bit field, 12-4, 12-5
ID 2–0 bit field
in S1PICICW3 register, 12-58
in S2PICICW3 register, 12-46
SLAVE_CBP bit field, 11-57
SLAVE_MSK_RST bit field, 11-60
SLAVE_RST bit field, 11-58
SLAVE_TMP bit field, 11-59
SLCT_ICW1 bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-51
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-53
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-39
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
SLDMACBP register, 11-57
SLDMACTL register, 11-51
SLDMAGENMSK register, 11-61
SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
SLDMAMSK register, 11-54
SLDMAMSKRST register, 11-60
SLDMARST register, 11-58
SLDMASTA register, 11-50
SLDMASWREQ register, 11-53
SLDMATMP register, 11-59
SMM bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
SNGL bit field
in MPICICW1 register, 12-26
in S1PICICW1 register, 12-52
in S2PICICW1 register, 12-40
Software DMA Request bit field
in MSTDMASWREQ register, 11-89
in SLDMASWREQ register, 11-53
Software GP Bus Reset bit field, 3-3
Software Interrupt
16–1 Control register, 12-10
22–17/NMI Control register, 12-13
Software NMI Source bit field, 12-13
Software System Reset bit field, 3-4
Software Timer
Configuration register, 15-4
Microsecond Count register, 15-3
Millisecond Count register, 15-2
MMCR registers (table), 15-1
SOUTx signal, 18-17, 18-19
SP bit field, 18-17
special cycle recognition bit not implemented, 6-21
Special Fully Nested Mode Enable bit field
in MPICICW4 register, 12-35
in S1PICICW4 register, 12-59
in S2PICICW4 register, 12-47
Special Mask Mode bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
Specific EOI Level Select bit field
in MPICOCW2 register, 12-28
in S1PICOCW2 register, 12-54
in S2PICOCW2 register, 12-41
SRASx signal, 7-4, 20-10
SRCW_DRIVE bit field, 20-10
sreset internal signal, 3-8, 3-9
SSI Busy bit field, 19-6
SSI Clock Speed
Select bit field, 19-2
selections (table), 19-2
SSI Command register, 19-5
SSI Control register, 19-2
SSI Data IN bit field, 19-7
SSI Data Out bit field, 19-4
SSI Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
SSI Inverted Clock Mode Enable bit field, 19-3
SSI Inverted Phase Mode Enable bit field, 19-3
SSI MMCR registers (table), 19-1
SSI Most Significant Bit First Mode Enable bit field, 19-3
SSI Receive register, 19-7
SSI Status register, 19-6
SSI Transaction Complete Interrupt bit field, 19-6
SSI Transmit register, 19-4
SSI_CLK signal, 19-3, 19-6
in SSICTL register, 19-2, 19-3
in SSISTA register, 19-6
SSI_DI signal
in SSICTL register, 19-3
in SSIRCV register, 19-7
SSI_DO signal
in SSICTL register, 19-3
in SSIXMIT register, 19-4
SSICMD register, 19-5
SSICTL register, 19-2
SSIMAP register, 12-21
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SSIRCV register, 19-7
SSISTA register, 19-6
SSIXMIT register, 19-4
Start Address bit field, 2-9
Status Register Select bit field
in MPICOCW3 register, 12-30
in S1PICOCW3 register, 12-55
in S2PICOCW3 register, 12-43
Status/Command register, 6-19
Stick Parity Enable bit field, 18-17
Stop Bits bit field, 18-18
STP bit field, 18-18
Sub Class Code bit field, 6-22
SUB_DLY bit field
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
support, iii
SW_Px_TRIG bit field
in SWINT16_1 register, 12-10, 12-11, 12-12
in SWINT22_17 register, 12-13, 12-14
SWEx signal, 20-10
SWINT16_1 register, 12-10
SWINT22_17 register, 12-13
SWT Microsecond Count bit field, 15-3
SWTMRCFG register, 15-4
SWTMRMICRO register, 15-3
SWTMRMILLI register, 15-2
Sx bit field, 12-33, 12-34
Sx_GINT_MODE bit field, 12-4, 12-5
SYS_RST bit field, 3-4
SYSARBCTL register, 5-2
SYSARBMENB register, 5-4
SYSCTLA register, 3-9
SYSCTLB register, 13-13
SYSINFO register, 3-2
system address mapping MMCR registers (table), 2-1
System Arbiter
Concurrent Mode Enable bit field, 5-2
Control register, 5-2
Master Enable register, 5-4
MMCR registers (table), 5-1
System Board Information register, 3-2
System Control Port A register, 3-9
System Control Port B register, 13-13
System Control Processor Data bit field, 3-7
SZ_ST_ADR bit field, 2-8
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T
T_APER_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-5
T_APER_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-5
T_APER_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-8
T_DLYTO_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-5
T_DLYTO_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-5
T_DLYTO_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-7
T_DLYTR_ENB bit field, 6-4
T_DPER_IRQ_ENB bit field, 6-6
T_DPER_IRQ_SEL bit field, 6-5
T_DPER_IRQ_STA bit field, 6-8
T_IRQ_ID bit field, 6-7
T_PURGE_RD_ENB bit field, 6-3
T7–T3 bit field
in MPICICW2 register, 12-32
in S1PICICW2 register, 12-57
in S2PICICW2 register, 12-45
Target Address Parity Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-5
Select bit field, 6-5
Status bit field, 6-8
TARGET bit field, 2-6
Target Data Parity Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-6
Select bit field, 6-5
Status bit field, 6-8
Target Delayed Transaction Time-Out Interrupt
Enable bit field, 6-5
Select bit field, 6-5
Status bit field, 6-7
Target FIFO Purge Enable bit field, 6-3
Target Interrupt Identification bit field, 6-7
Target of the PARx Window bit field, 2-6
TC_INT bit field, 19-6
TC_INT_ENB bit field, 19-2
TCx bit field
in MSTDMASTA register, 11-86
in SLDMASTA register, 11-50
technical support, iii
TEMT bit field, 18-21
TERI bit field, 18-23
TF_CLR bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
third-party support, iii
THR bit field, 18-7
THRE bit field, 18-21
Timer 2 Gate Input Control bit field, 13-13
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TMRIN0 signal
Function Select bit field, 20-7
in GPTMR0CNT register, 14-6
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-4, 14-5
TMRIN1 signal
Function Select bit field, 20-7
in GPTMR1CNT register, 14-12
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-10, 14-11
TMROUT0 signal
Function Select bit field, 20-7
in GPTMR0CTL register, 14-3, 14-5
TMROUT1 signal
Function Select bit field, 20-7
in GPTMR1CTL register, 14-9, 14-11
Trailing Edge Ring Indicator bit field, 18-23
Transaction Complete Interrupt Enable bit field, 19-2
Transfer Mode bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
Transmit Holding Register (16450-Compatible Mode) or
Transmitter FIFO (16550-Compatible Mode)
Empty bit field, 18-21
Transmit/Receive Word Length Select bit field, 18-18
Transmitter Empty Indicator bit field, 18-21
Transmitter FIFO Clear bit field
in UARTxFCR register, 18-15
in UARTxFCRSHAD register, 18-5
TRNMOD bit field
in MSTDMAMODE register, 11-91
in SLDMAMODE register, 11-55
Tx_INT_STA bit field
in GPTMRSTA register, 14-2
txdackx internal signal, 11-8
TXDRQx Channel Mapping bit field, 11-8
txdrqx internal signal, 11-8, 18-5, 18-15
TXDRQx_CHSEL bit field, 11-8
TXTC_DET bit field, 18-4
TXTC_ENB bit field, 18-3
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UART x
Baud Clock Divisor Latch bit field
in UARTxBCDH register, 18-10
in UARTxBCDL register, 18-9
Baud Clock Divisor Latch LSB register, 18-9
Baud Clock Divisor Latch MSB register, 18-10
Clock Source Enable bit field, 18-3
direct-mapped registers (table), 18-1
Disable bit field, 2-3
FIFO Control register, 18-15
FIFO Control Shadow register, 18-5
General Control register, 18-3
General Status register, 18-4
Interrupt Enable register, 18-11
Interrupt ID register, 18-12
interrupt identification and priority (table), 18-13
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
interrupt programming summary (table), 18-14
Line Control register, 18-17
Line Status register, 18-21
MMCR registers (table), 18-1
Modem Control register, 18-19
Modem Status register, 18-23
Receive Buffer bit field, 18-8
Receive Buffer register, 18-8
Receive TC Detected bit field, 18-4
Receive TC Interrupt Enable bit field, 18-3
Scratch Pad register, 18-25
Transmit Holding register, 18-7
Transmit Holding Register bit field, 18-7
Transmit TC Detected bit field, 18-4
Transmit TC Interrupt Enable bit field, 18-3
UART1BCDH register, 18-10
UART1BCDL register, 18-9
UART1CTL register, 18-3
UART1FCR register, 18-15
UART1FCRSHAD register, 18-5
UART1INTENB register, 18-11
UART1INTID register, 18-12
UART1LCR register, 18-17
UART1LSR register, 18-21
UART1MAP register, 12-21
UART1MCR register, 18-19
UART1MSR register, 18-23
UART1RBR register, 18-8
UART1SCRATCH register, 18-25
UART1STA register, 18-4
UART1THR register, 18-7
UART2BCDH register, 18-10
UART2BCDL register, 18-9
UART2CTL register, 18-3
UART2FCR register, 18-15
UART2FCRSHAD register, 18-5
UART2INTENB register, 18-11
UART2INTID register, 18-12
UART2LCR register, 18-17
UART2LSR register, 18-21
UART2MAP register, 12-21
UART2MCR register, 18-19
UART2MSR register, 18-23
UART2RBR register, 18-8
UART2SCRATCH register, 18-25
UART2STA register, 18-4
UART2THR register, 18-7
UARTx_DIS bit field, 2-3
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UDF Supported bit field, 6-20
UDFS bit field, 6-20
UIP bit field, 17-14
UPD_INT_ENB bit field, 17-17
UPD_INT_FLG bit field, 17-19
Update in Progress bit field, 17-14
Update-Ended Interrupt
Enable bit field, 17-17
Flag bit field, 17-19
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US_CNT bit field, 15-3
V
Valid RAM and Time bit field, 17-20
VDR_ID bit field, 6-18
Vendor ID bit field, 6-18
VGA palette snoop enable bit not implemented, 6-21
W
wait cycle control bit not implemented, 6-21
Watchdog Timer
Control register, 16-2
Count High register, 16-5
Count Low register, 16-4
Enable bit field, 16-2
exponent selections (table), 16-3
Interrupt Mapping register, 12-21
MMCR registers (table), 16-1
Reset Detect bit field, 3-5
Reset Enable bit field, 16-2
WB_ENB bit field, 8-3
WB_FLUSH bit field, 8-3
WB_TST_ENB bit field, 7-2
WB_WM bit field, 8-2
WBMSTRx signal, 7-2
WDT_RST_DET bit field, 3-5
WDTMAP register, 12-21
WDTMRCNTH register, 16-5
WDTMRCNTL register, 16-4
WDTMRCTL register, 16-2
WIDTH bit field
in BOOTCSCTL register, 9-2
in ROMCS1CTL register, 9-4
in ROMCS2CTL register, 9-6
WLS bit field, 18-18
WPV_INT_ENB bit field, 2-2
WPV_MSTR bit field, 2-4
WPV_STA bit field, 2-4
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WPV_WINDOW bit field, 2-4
WPVMAP register, 12-21
WPVSTA register, 2-4
Write Buffer
Enable bit field, 8-3
Flush bit field, 8-3
Test Mode Enable bit field, 7-2
Watermark bit field, 8-2
write buffer and read buffer MMCR registers (table), 8-1
Write Selection Control bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
Write-Protect Violation
Interrupt Enable bit field, 2-2
Interrupt Status bit field, 2-4
Master bit field, 2-4
Window Number bit field, 2-4
Write-Protect Violation Interrupt Mapping register,
12-21
Write-Protect Violation Status register, 2-4
WRST_ENB bit field, 16-2
WRTSEL bit field
in MSTDMACTL register, 11-87
in SLDMACTL register, 11-51
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X
XTAL_FREQ bit field, 15-4
Y
YEAR bit field, 17-13
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