CONEXANT AR-20441-12

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AccessRunner
ADSL Modem Device Set for PCI Applications
Controller-less, Scalable, Discrete Multitone-based, G.dmt- and G.litecompliant, ADSL Modem Device Set for PCI Applications
Conexant’s AccessRunner ADSL modem device set is compliant
with the full-rate ANSI T1.413 Issue 2 and ITU G.dmt (G.992.1)
ADSL standards, and with the splitterless ITU G.lite (G.992.2)
specification. This rate-adaptive solution is designed for controllerless PCI desktop applications and supports downstream data rates
of up to 8 Mbps and upstream data rates of up to 1 Mbps.
The device set takes advantage of the processing power available
with most new computers by eliminating the need for a separate
microcontroller, resulting in a cost-effective solution suitable for
both G.dmt and G.lite applications. Host-based software provides
support for current industry standards for PPP over AAL5 over
ATM over ADSL and RFC 1483 for Windows 98 and Windows
2000.
The device set, as shown in Figure 1, consists of four chips:
•
•
•
•
PCI bus interface (AccessRunner P46 in a 176-pin TQFP)
DMT-based data pump (AccessRunner 11627 in a 176-pin
TQFP)
Analog front end (AccessRunner 20431 in a 32-pin TQFP)
Line driver (AccessRunner 20441 in a 16-pin SSOP or
32-pin TQFP)
Features
• Complete controller-less PCI ADSL
solution
• Compliant with ADSL standards
− Full-rate ANSI T1.413 Issue 2 and ITU
G.dmt (G.992.1) standards
− Splitterless ITU G.lite (G.992.2)
specification
• DMT modulation and demodulation
• Full-rate adaptive modem
− Maximum downstream rate of 8 Mbps
− Maximum upstream rate of 1 Mbps
• Supports splitterless ADSL
implementation
• WAN mode support: PPP over AAL5/ATM
over ADSL via Windows 98/2000
• LAN mode support: RFC 1483 via
Windows 98/2000
• Compliant with PCI Local Bus
Specification, Revision 2.2
• Compliant with PCI Bus Power
Management Interface Specification,
Version 1.0
• Tone detection for low power mode
D20431 AFE Features
PCI Bus
HostBased
ADSL
Controller
Software
P46
PCI Bus
Interface
176-pin TQFP
11627
ADSL DMT
Data Pump
176-pin TQFP
20431
Analog Front
End
32-pin TQFP
20441
Line Driver
16-pin TSSOP
Telephone
Line
Figure 1. AccessRunner ADSL Modem for PCI Applications
Data Sheet (Preliminary)
• Receive signal path includes:
− Integrated hybrid receiver circuit with
programmable gain
− High pass filtering and 27dB of
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) to
improve signal-to-echo ratio
− 14-bit ADC
• Transmit signal path includes:
− 30dB of AGC for transmit power control
− Low pass filtering to suppress noise in
the receive band
− 14-bit DAC
Independent digital serial data and control
•
interfaces
Low power tone detection mode.
•
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Controller-less ADSL Modem Device Set for PCI Applications
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a transmission
technology used to carry user data over a single twisted pair line
from the Central Office to the customer premises. The downstream
(Central Office to Customer Premises) direction typically supports
a much higher data rate than the upstream or return (Customer
Premises to Central Office) channel. This asymmetric nature lends
itself to applications like remote LAN access, Internet access, and
video delivery. The downstream data rates can go up to 8 Mbps.
The upstream data rates can go up to 1 Mbps. Actual data rates
depend on the transceiver implementation, loop length,
impairments, and transmitted power.
The Conexant ADSL Modem Device Set for PCI Applications is
based upon a scalable architecture. This architecture will enable
the device set to support an emerging set of ADSL specifications
called G.lite. G.lite is expected to make it possible for telcos to
deploy consumer-oriented, “always on” 1.5 Mbps Internet access
services without the need for splitter equipment or wiring changes
at the customer premises.
D20441 Line Driver Features
• Differential input and output line driver
• Thermal shutdown capability
• Line impedance matching during powerdown
• Fixed differential gain
11627 ADSL DMT Data Pump
Features
• Low power (0.5W) consumption
• DSP-based programmable ADSL data
pump
• No external Interleave RAM, 16 Kbytes
built-in
• Single 3.3V ± 5% power supply
• Echo cancellation
• Digital interface and rate buffering
• ADSL framing
• Forward Error Correction (FEC) encoding
and decoding and interleaving
• Constellation encoding/decoding
• IFFT modulation and FFT demodulation
• Transmit and receive signal digital filtering
• Time domain equalization
• Frequency domain equalization
• Clock recovery
• CRC and scrambling
• Digital interface framing
• ATM mode
• Bit-synchronous mode
Ordering Information
Product
Package
Device Number
AccessRunner P46 PCI Bus Interface
176-pin TQFP
P46
AccessRunner 11627 ADSL Discrete Multitone (DMT) Data Pump
176-pin TQFP
11627
AccessRunner 20431 Analog Front End
32-pin TQFP
20431
AccessRunner 20441 Line Driver
16-pin SSOP
20441-12
32-pin TQFP
20441-11
Revision History
Revision
Date
Comments
A
07/09/99
Initial release
B
10/19/99
Defined dash numbers and updated figures for 20441 line driver, changed document number from DSL015, A
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All Rights Reserved
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AccessRunner
11627 ADSL DMT Data Pump
Detailed Description
The 11627 DMT data pump is a T1.413 Issue 2 and
G.992.1 compliant custom digital signal processing
(DSP) chip built specifically for DMT ADSL
transmission for use in ADSL modems. Brief
descriptions of each functional block within the data
pump are provided in the following sections; refer to
Figure 2.
P46 PCI Bus Interface
The P46 PCI bus interface is the bridge device
between the 11627 ADSL DMT data pump and the
host computer. It provides the control, interface, and
data manipulation for the 11627 data pump, the
20431 AFE, the 20441 line driver, and hybrid
circuitry. It is compliant with the PCI Local Bus
Specification, Revision 2.2 and PCI Bus Power
Management Interface Specification, Version 1.0.
ATM Transmission Convergence (TC)
In the transmit direction, this block is in charge of
embedding ATM cells into the serial data streams
being fed into the digital interface.
20431 Analog Front End
The 20431 AFE is designed for use in full-rate and
G.lite (G.992.2) ADSL modems. The ADSL AFE
interfaces with the transmit line driver (20441) and
the hybrid receive circuitry on the analog side, and
with the ADSL DMT data pump (11627) on the digital
side. The receive section filters out the unwanted
echo and boosts the wanted signal before
performing an A/D conversion. The transmit section
converts digital data to analog signals and performs
a smoothing operation before presenting the signals
to the line driver.
In the receive direction, this block extracts the ATM
cell boundaries from the serial data streams coming
from the digital interface.
To reduce traffic on the PCI bus, the TC block
performs idle cell insertion in the transmit direction
and idle cell deletion and header error correction in
the receive direction.
The 20431 is designed to operate from a 3.3V supply
(nominal), assuming that it is regulated within ± 5%. The
maximum allowable supply voltage is 3.6V.
Digital
Interface (DI)
ATM TC
DI
Transmit
Block
PCI
Controller
(P46)
AM EncoderDecoder
Bit Parser
and QAM
Encoder
FFT
IFFT
AFE Interface
Transmit
Filter
DAC
Intf
EC
DI
Receive
Block
Microcontroller
Interface
QAM
Decoder
and Bit
Parser
FEQ
FFT
Time
Domain
Equalizer
AFE
(20431)
ADC
Intf
DMT Data Pump (11627)
DSL015002
Figure 2. AccessRunner 11627 DMT Data Pump Functional Block Diagram
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Digital Interface (DI)
Analog Front End (AFE) Interface
The DI Transmit Block performs the following
functions: transmit data multiplexing and buffering,
fast and interleave data stream framing, transmit
data synchronization control, eoc/aoc insertion, CRC
encoding, scrambling, FEC encoding, and data
interleaving.
The AFE Interface performs the following functions:
transmit signal filtering, time domain equalization,
and time domain signal power averaging, and echo
cancellation (EC).
The DI Receive Block performs the following
functions: data de-interleaving, FEC decoding,
descrambling, CRC check, receive data
synchronization and receive clock generation,
demultiplexing and buffering of receive data and
receive eoc/aoc.
The microcontroller interface enables the host
computer via the PCI controller to set parameters to
control DSP sequencing and to read/write
coefficients or data.
Microcontroller Interface
20441 Line Driver
QAM Encoder/Decoder
The 20441 line driver is designed for use in full-rate
and G.lite (G.992.2) ADSL modems. It is optimized
for ideal ADSL performance providing low noise,
high bandwidth, and superior linearity. The 20441
line driver transmits a DMT modulated signal in the
25 – 132 kHz band. It operates from a single 5V
±TBD% supply, refer to
Figure 3.
The QAM Encoder/Decoder performs the following
functions: constellation encoding, clock recovery,
receive gain compensation, frequency domain
equalization (FEQ), slicing, and constellation
decoding. The block also performs other functions
like frequency domain signal processing, signal
power, error power averaging and computations
related to frequency domain training.
The driver is optimized for ADSL performance: it has
a very low noise figure, high bandwidth and good
linearity.
FFT
The FFT performs IFFT for modulation of the
transmit symbol, and FFT for demodulation of the
receive symbol.
248.4
OUTP_DRV
+
INP_DRV
+
400
+
INM_DRV
248.4
OUTM_DRV
RBIAS
Current Control
Block
(
Line Driver
)
(20441)
DSL015_003
Figure 3. AccessRunner 20441 Line Driver
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P46 PCI Bus Interface Device Hardware Pins and Signals
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
GND
DP_RD#
DP_CS#
DP_D[15]
DP_D[14]
DP_D[13]
VDD
DP_D[12]
DP_D[11]
GND
DP_D[10]
DP_D[9]
DP_D[8]
DP_D[7]
DP_D[6]
VDD
DP_D[5]
DP_D[4]
GND
DP_D[3]
DP_D[2]
GND
DP_D[1]
DP_D[0]
VDD
EEPROM_CS
EEPROM_CLK
EEPROM_DOUT
EEPROM_DIN
VGG2
PCI_PME
VDD
PCI_AD[0]
PCI_AD[1]
GND
PCI_AD[2]
PCI_AD[3]
VDD
PCI_AD[4]
PCI_AD[5]
GND
PCI_AD[6]
PCI_AD[7]
VDD
VDD
PCI_AD[24]
PCI_CBE#[3]
PCI_IDSEL
GND
PCI_AD[23]
PCI_AD[22]
VDD
PCI_AD[21]
PCI_AD[20]
GND
PCI_AD[19]
PCI_AD[18]
VDD
PCI_AD[17]
PCI_AD[16]
GND
PCI_AD[15]
PCI_CBE#[2]
VDD
PCI_FRAME#
PCI_IRDY#
GND
PCI_TRDY#
PCI_DEVSEL#
PCI_STOP#
PCI_PERR#
VDD
PCI_SERR#
PCI_PAR
PCI_CBE#[1]
GND
PCI_AD[14]
PCI_AD[13]
VDD
PCI_AD[12]
PCI_AD[11]
GND
PCI_AD[10]
PCI_AD[9]
VDD
PCI_AD[8]
PCI_CBE#[0]
GND
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
VDD
GPIN0
GPIN1
GPIO[0]
GPIO[1]
GPIO[2]
GND
GPIO[3]
GPIO[4]
VDD
GPIO[5]
GPIO[6]
GPIO[7]
GPIO[8]
GND
TDI_GPIO[9]
TMS_GPIO[10]
VDD
REFCLK
TRSTN_GPIO[11]
PCI_VPCIPREFER
VDD
TCK
TDO
GND
PCI_INTA#
PCI_RST#
VDD
PCI_CLK
GND
PCI_GNT#
PCI_REQ#
PCI_AD[31]
VDD
PCI_AD[30]
PCI_AD[29]
GND
PCI_AD[28]
PCI_AD[27]
VGG1
VDD
PCI_AD[26]
PCI_AD[25]
GND
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
GND
SCANEN
SCANMODE
PCI_VPCIEN#
PCI_VAUXEN#
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VDD
PCI_VPCIDET
PCI_VAUXDET
GND
DP_TCLKLS0
DP_TXSOC0
DP_TDATLS0
DP_RCLKAS0
VDD
DP_RXSOC0
DP_RDATAS0
GND
AFE_SCLK
AFE_STB
AFE_CTRLIN
AFE_CTRLOUT
AFE_WAKEUP
DP_IRQ#[1]
DP_IRQ#[0]
VDD
DP_A[9]
DP_A[8]
GND
DP_A[7]
DP_A[6]
DP_A[5]
DP_A[4]
DP_A[3]
DP_A[2]
DP_A[1]
DP_A[0]
DP_WR#
VDD
The pin assignments for the P46 are shown in Figure 4 and listed in Table 1. The signals are defined in Table 2.
DSL015004
Figure 4. P46 Pinout Diagram
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Table 1. P46 Pin Designations by Number
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No.
Signal
1
VDD
45
VDD
89
VDD
133
VDD
2
GPIN0
46
PCI_AD[24]
90
PCI_AD[7]
134
DP_WR#
3
GPIN1
47
PCI_CBE#[3]
91
PCI_AD[6]
135
DP_A[0]
4
GPIO[0]
48
PCI_IDSEL
92
GND
136
DP_A[1]
5
GPIO[1]
49
GND
93
PCI_AD[5]
137
DP_A[2]
6
GPIO[2]
50
PCI_AD[23]
94
PCI_AD[4]
138
DP_A[3]
7
GND
51
PCI_AD[22]
95
VDD
139
DP_A[4]
8
GPIO[3]
52
VDD
96
PCI_AD[3]
140
DP_A[5]
9
GPIO[4]
53
PCI_AD[21]
97
PCI_AD[2]
141
DP_A[6]
10
VDD
54
PCI_AD[20]
98
GND
142
DP_A[7]
11
GPIO[5]
55
GND
99
PCI_AD[1]
143
GND
12
GPIO[6]
56
PCI_AD[19]
100
PCI_AD[0]
144
DP_A[8]
13
GPIO[7]
57
PCI_AD[18]
101
VDD
145
DP_A[9]
14
GPIO[8]
58
VDD
102
PCI_PME
146
VDD
15
GND
59
PCI_AD[17]
103
VGG2
147
DP_IRQ#[0]
16
TDI_GPIO[9]
60
PCI_AD[16]
104
EEPROM_DIN
148
DP_IRQ#[1]
17
TMS_GPIO[10]
61
GND
105
EEPROM_DOUT
149
AFE_WAKEUP
18
VDD
62
PCI_AD[15]
106
EEPROM_CLK
150
AFE_CTRLOUT
19
REFCLK
63
PCI_CBE#[2]
107
EEPROM_CS
151
AFE_CTRLIN
20
TRSTN_GPIO[11]
64
VDD
108
VDD
152
AFE_STB
21
PCI_VPCIPREFER
65
PCI_FRAME#
109
DP_D[0]
153
AFE_SCLK
22
VDD
66
PCI_IRDY#
110
DP_D[1]
154
GND
23
TCK
67
GND
111
GND
155
DP_RDATAS0
24
TDO
68
PCI_TRDY#
112
DP_D[2]
156
DP_RXSOC0
25
GND
69
PCI_DEVSEL#
113
DP_D[3]
157
VDD
26
PCI_INTA#
70
PCI_STOP#
114
GND
158
DP_RCLKAS0
27
PCI_RST#
71
PCI_PERR#
115
DP_D[4]
159
DP_TDATLS0
28
VDD
72
VDD
116
DP_D[5]
160
DP_TXSOC0
29
PCI_CLK
73
PCI_SERR#
117
VDD
161
DP_TCLKLS0
30
GND
74
PCI_PAR
118
DP_D[6]
162
GND
31
PCI_GNT#
75
PCI_CBE#[1]
119
DP_D[7]
163
PCI_VAUXDET
32
PCI_REQ#
76
GND
120
DP_D[8]
164
PCI_VPCIDET
33
PCI_AD[31]
77
PCI_AD[14]
121
DP_D[9]
165
VDD
34
VDD
78
PCI_AD[13]
122
DP_D[10]
166
NC
35
PCI_AD[30]
79
VDD
123
GND
167
NC
36
PCI_AD[29]
80
PCI_AD[12]
124
DP_D[11]
168
NC
37
GND
81
PCI_AD[11]
125
DP_D[12]
169
NC
38
PCI_AD[28]
82
GND
126
VDD
170
NC
39
PCI_AD[27]
83
PCI_AD[10]
127
DP_D[13]
171
NC
40
VGG1
84
PCI_AD[9]
128
DP_D[14]
172
PCI_VAUXEN#
41
VDD
85
VDD
129
DP_D[15]
173
PCI_VPCIEN#
42
PCI_AD[26]
86
PCI_AD[8]
130
DP_CS#
174
SCANMODE
43
PCI_AD[25]
87
PCI_CBE#[0]
131
DP_RD#
175
SCANEN
44
GND
88
GND
132
GND
176
GND
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Table 2. P46 Pin Signals by Group
1
Pin Name
I/O
Description
PCI_AD[31:0]
I/O
Address/Data
PCI_CBE#[3:0]
I/O
Command/Byte Enables
PCI_FRAME#
I/O
Frame
PCI_IRDY#
I/O
Initiator Ready
PCI_TRDY#
I/O
Target Ready
PCI_PAR
I/O
Parity (Even)
PCI_STOP#
I/O
Target Stop
PCI_DEVSEL#
I/O
Target Response Device Select
PCI_IDSEL
I
Unique Select for Configuration
PCI_PERR#
I/O
Parity Error
PCI_SERR#
O
System Error
PCI INTERFACE
PCI_REQ#
O
Master Request
PCI_GNT#
I
Grant
PCI_CLK
I
PCI clock
PCI_RST#
I (S)
Reset
PCI_INTA#
O
Interrupt A
PCI_PME
O
PCI Power Management Event Signal
ADSL DMT DATA PUMP (11627) SERIAL CHANNEL INTERFACE
DP_RDATAS0
I
Receive AS0/ATM0 Serial Data
DP_RXSOC0
I
Receive ATM0 Start of Cell
DP_RCLKAS0
I
Receive AS0/ATM0 Data Clock
DP_TDATLS0
O
Transmit LS0/ATM0 Serial Data
DP_TXSOC0
O
Transmit ATM0 Start of Cell
DP_TCLKLS0
I
Transmit LS0/ATM0 Data Clock
ADSL DMT DATA PUMP (11627) MICRO INTERFACE
DP_WR#
O
Data Pump Device Write Enable
DP_RD#
O
Data Pump Device Read Enable
DP_D[15:0]
I/O (PU)
Data Pump Data Lines
DP_A[9:0]
O
Data Pump Address Lines
DP_CS#
O
Data Pump Chip Select
DP_IRQ#[1:0]
I (PU,S)
Data Pump Interrupt Request Lines
AFE_SCLK
I
Serial AFE Clock
AFE_STB
O
AFE Strobe
ANALOG FRONT END INTERFACE
1
AFE_CTRLIN
O
Serial Data Sent to AFE
AFE_CTRLOUT
I
Serial Data Received from AFE
PD
PU
S
Resistive pull-down
Resistive pull-up
Schmitt
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Pin Name
I/O
Description
AFE_WAKEUP
I (S)
DSL Power Management Wakeup Signal from AFE
EEPROM_CS
O
EEPROM Chip Select
EEPROM_CLK
O
EEPROM Clock
EEPROM_DIN
I
EEPROM Data Input
EEPROM_DOUT
O
EEPROM Data Output
SERIAL EEPROM
PCI POWER MANAGEMENT
PCI_VAUXDET
I (PD,S)
Vaux Detect
PCI_VPCIDET
I (PD,S)
Vpci Detect
PCI_VAUXEN#
O
Vaux Enable
PCI_VPCIEN#
O
Vpci Enable
PCI_VPCIPREFER
I
This pin is used to determine whether Vpci or Vaux is the preferred power supply.
1=Vpci preferred, 0=Vaux preferred
GPIO[1:0]
I/O (PU,S)
General Purpose Schmitt Input/Output
GPIO[2:5], GPIO[8]
I/O (PU)
General Purpose Input/Output
GPIO[6]
I/O
General Purpose Input/Output (also used for active low reset)
GPIO[7]
I/O
General Purpose Input/Output (also used for active high reset)
TDI_GPIO[9]
I/O (PU)
JTAG test data input OR general purpose input/output. Function of this pin is
dependant upon value of JTAGEN bit. When operating in JTAG mode this signal
contains serial data that is shifted in on the rising edge of TCK.
TMS_GPIO[10]
I/O (PU)
JTAG test mode select OR general purpose input/output.
MISCELLANEOUS
Function of this pin is dependant upon value of JTAGEN bit. When operating in JTAG
mode this siganl controls the operation of the TAP controller.
TRSTN_GPIO[11]
I/O (PU)
JTAG reset OR general purpose input/output.
Function of this pin is dependant upon value of JTAGEN bit. When operating in JTAG
mode, a high to low transition on this signal forces the TAP controller into a logic reset
state.
TCK
I
JTAG clock.
TDO
O
JTAG data output. This pin generates serial data that is shifted out on the falling edge
of TCK..
GPIN0
I (S)
General purpose schmitt input (modem ring detect)
GPIN1
I (PU,S)
General purpose schmitt input (modem offhook)
SCANEN
I (PD)
Scan chain enable. Used to shift data in and out of the scan chain.
SCANMODE
I (PD)
Scan mode enable pin. When tied high it will put the device into scan test mode.
REFCLK
I
35.328 MHz reference clock used to create the internal 53 MHz system clock
POWER AND GROUND
8
VDD
3.3V Power
GND
Ground
VGG1
I/O Clamp Power Supply for PCI Signalling Environment (connect to VIO pin of PCI
Bus)
VGG2
I/O Clamp Power Supply for Backend (connect to 3.3 volt supply)
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VDDcore
GND
133
135
134
RX[5]
RX[4]
RX[3]
RX[2]
137
136
VDDcore
GND
139
138
141
140
RX[9]
RX[8]
RX[7]
RX[6]
143
142
RX[11]
RX[10]
145
144
147
146
RX[15]
RX[14]
RX[13]
RX[12]
149
148
GND
GND
151
150
153
152
VDD
VDDcore
VDDcore
GND
155
154
TX[1]
TX[0]
157
156
159
158
TX[5]
TX[4]
TX[3]
TX[2]
161
160
TX[7]
TX[6]
163
162
165
164
VDD
GND
TX[9]
TX[8]
167
166
TX[11]
TX[10]
169
168
171
170
TX[15]
TX[14]
TX[13]
TX[12]
173
172
175
174
176
VDD
GND
The pin assignments for the 11627 are shown in Figure 5 and listed in Table 3. The signals are defined in
Table 4.
R_INTER_DATA
R_FAST_SUPER#
32
33
101
100
R_FAST_FRAME#
GND
34
35
99
98
VDD
R_NCO_LS0
36
37
97
96
R_NCO_LS1
R_NCO_AS0
38
39
95
94
R_NCO_AS1
R_DAT_AS0
40
41
93
92
R_DAT_AS1
NC
42
43
91
90
NC
44
89
88
103
102
GND
30
31
86
87
DMCK_ALT
R_INTER_SUPER#
RD#
CS#
105
104
84
85
28
29
CLIP#
RST#
GND
NTRCTL
82
83
107
106
IRQ[1]#
IRQ[0]#
26
27
80
81
VDDcore
VDD
NC
LTR
109
108
78
79
24
25
MON_CLK
PWR_DN
AFE_STR#
VDDcore
76
77
111
110
VDD
MON_OUT
22
23
74
75
TLXCK_EN
TXSOC1
GND
GND
113
112
72
73
20
21
GND
GND
GND
TXSOC0
70
71
115
114
VDDcore
VDDcore
18
19
68
69
GND
GND
MCLK
VDD
117
116
66
67
16
17
VCXO_CTRL
MON_DONE
T_DAT_LS0
BIT_CLOCK
64
65
119
118
GND
NC
14
15
62
63
T_DAT_LS1
T_CLK_LS0
GND
GND
121
120
60
61
12
13
VDDcore
VDDcore
NC
T_CLK_LS1
58
59
123
122
NC
VDDcore
10
11
56
57
VDD
R_CLK_AS0
NC
NC
125
124
54
55
8
9
VDD
NC
NTR
GND
52
53
127
126
GND
GND
6
7
50
51
R_CLK_AS1
NC
R_DAT_LS1
NC
129
128
48
49
4
5
R_DAT_LS0
R_CLK_LS1
T_FAST_BYTE#
T_INTER_BYTE#
46
47
131
130
45
132
2
3
RXSOC0
1
RXSOC1
R_CLK_LS0
GND
DAC_CLK
FILTER_CLK
VDD
GND
RX[1]
RX[0]
ADC_CLK
D[0]
D[1]
D[2]
D[3]
D[4]
VDD
GND
D[5]
D[6]
D[7]
D[8]
D[9]
D[10]
D[11]
D[12]
D[13]
D[14]
VDD
VDDcore
VDDcore
GND
GND
GND
D[15]
VGG
A[0]
A[1]
A[2]
A[3]
A[4]
A[5]
A[6]
A[7]
A[8]
VDDcore
GND
A[9]
WR#
VDD
DSL015_005
Figure 5. 11627 Pinout Diagram
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Table 3. 11627 Pin Designations by Number
Pin No. Signal
Pin No. Signal
Pin No. Signal
Pin No. Signal
Pin No. Signal
1
GND
37
R_NCO_LS0
73
GND
109
VDDcore
145
RX[10]
2
DAC_CLK
38
R_NCO_LS1
74
GND
110
VDD
146
RX[11]
3
FILTER_CLK
39
R_NCO_AS0
75
GND
111
D[14]
147
RX[12]
4
T_FAST_BYTE#
40
R_NCO_AS1
76
VDD
112
D[13]
148
RX[13]
5
T_INTER_BYTE#
41
R_DAT_AS0
77
MON_OUT
113
D[12]
149
RX[14]
6
R_CLK_AS1
42
R_DAT_AS1
78
MON_CLK
114
D[11]
150
RX[15]
7
NC
43
NC
79
PWR_DN
115
D[10]
151
GND
8
NTR
44
NC
80
NC
116
D[9]
152
GND
9
GND
45
RXSOC0
81
LTR
117
D[8]
153
GND
10
VDD
46
RXSOC1
82
IRQ[1]#
118
D[7]
154
VDDcore
11
R_CLK_AS0
47
R_CLK_LS0
83
IRQ[0]#
119
D[6]
155
VDDcore
12
NC
48
R_DAT_LS0
84
CLIP#
120
D[5]
156
VDD
13
T_CLK_LS1
49
R_CLK_LS1
85
RST#
121
GND
157
TX[0]
14
T_DAT_LS1
50
R_DAT_LS1
86
RD#
122
VDD
158
TX[1]
15
T_CLK_LS0
51
NC
87
CS#
123
D[4]
159
TX[2]
16
T_DAT_LS0
52
GND
88
GND
124
D[3]
160
TX[3]
17
BIT_CLOCK
53
GND
89
VDD
125
D[2]
161
TX[4]
18
GND
54
VDD
90
WR#
126
D[1]
162
TX[5]
19
GND
55
NC
91
A[9]
127
D[0]
163
TX[6]
20
GND
56
NC
92
GND
128
ADC_CLK
164
TX[7]
21
TXSOC0
57
NC
93
VDDcore
129
RX[0]
165
TX[8]
22
TLXCK_EN
58
NC
94
A[8]
130
RX[1]
166
TX[9]
23
TXSOC1
59
VDDcore
95
A[7]
131
GND
167
GND
24
AFE_STR#
60
VDDcore
96
A[6]
132
VDD
168
VDD
25
VDDcore
61
VDDcore
97
A[5]
133
GND
169
TX[10]
26
VDDcore
62
GND
98
A[4]
134
VDDcore
170
TX[11]
27
VDD
63
GND
99
A[3]
135
RX[2]
171
TX[12]
28
GND
64
GND
100
A[2]
136
RX[3]
172
TX[13]
29
NTRCTL
65
NC
101
A[1]
137
RX[4]
173
TX[14]
30
DMCK_ALT
66
VCXO_CTRL
102
A[0]
138
RX[5]
174
TX[15]
31
R_INTER_SUPER#
67
MON_DONE
103
VGG
139
GND
175
GND
32
R_INTER_DATA
68
MCLK
104
D[15]
140
VDDcore
176
VDD
33
R_FAST_SUPER#
69
VDD
105
GND
141
RX[6]
34
R_FAST_FRAME#
70
VDDcore
106
GND
142
RX[7]
35
GND
71
VDDcore
107
GND
143
RX[8]
36
VDD
72
GND
108
VDDcore
144
RX[9]
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Table 4. 11627 Pin Signals by Group
Pin Name
I/O
Description
AFE ANALOG-to-DIGITAL INTERFACE
RX[15:0]
I
Receive Data Lines
In the parallel mode of operation, data is clocked by the signal ADC_CLK using the full
data bus. In the serial mode of operation, a strobe signal (AFE_STR#) from the AFE
shall trigger the transfer of data over a programmable width serial bus.
ADC_CLK
O
Receive Clock for Parallel Mode
CLIP#
O
Clip Interrupt
This signal is used for monitoring incoming data for saturation. Goes low for one clock
(ADC_CLK) cycle whenever clipping is detected.
AFE DIGITAL-to-ANALOG INTERFACE
TX[15:0]
O
Transmit Data Lines
In the parallel mode of operation, data is clocked by the signal DAC_CLK using the full
data bus. In the serial mode of operation, a strobe signal (AFE_STR#) from the AFE
shall trigger the transfer of data over a programmable width serial bus.
DAC_CLK
O
Transmit Clock for Parallel Mode
FILTER_CLK
O
AFE Filter Clock
This signal is used by the DAC interface block to strobe the external AFE filters.
AFE_STR#
I
AFE Strobe Signal
TLXCK_EN
I
LSX Transmit Data Clock Generation Enable
T_CLK_LS0
I/O
Transmit Data Clock (LS0)
T_CLK_LS1
I/O
Transmit Data Clock (LS1)
T_DAT_LS0
I
Transmit Data (LS0)
T_DAT_LS1
I
Transmit Data (LS1)
R_CLK_LS0
I
Receive Data Clock (LS0)
R_CLK_LS1
I
Receive Data Clock (LS1)
R_DAT_LS0
O
Receive Data (LS0)
R_DAT_LS1
O
Receive Data (LS1)
R_CLK_AS0
I
Receive Data Clock (AS0)
R_CLK_AS1
I
Receive Data Clock (AS1)
R_DAT_AS0
O
Receive Data (AS0)
DIGITAL INTERFACE (DI)
R_DAT_AS1
O
Receive Data (AS1)
R_NCO_LS0
O
Receive LS0 NCO Output
R_NCO_LS1
O
Receive LS1 NCO Output
R_NCO_AS0
O
Receive AS0 NCO Output
R_NCO_AS1
O
Receive AS1 NCO Output
BIT_CLOCK
O
Serial Data Bit Clock Output
Used to synchronize the serial input and output data bit streams, enables, and
superframe qualifiers.
T_FAST_BYTE#
O
Transmit Fast Data Bit Input Enable
T_INTER_BYTE#
O
Transmit Interleaved Data Bit Input Enable
R_FAST_FRAME#
O
Receive Fast Data Bit Output Frame Qualifier
R_FAST_SUPER#
O
Receive Fast Data Bit Output Superframe Qualifier
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Pin Name
I/O
Description
R_INTER_DATA
O
Receive Interleaved Data Bit Output
R_INTER_SUPER#
O
Receive Interleaved Data Bit Output Superframe Qualifier
D[15:0]
I/O
PCI Controller Interface Data Bus
A[9:0]
I
PCI Controller Interface Address Bus
Clocked at BIT_CLOCK rate.
PCI CONTROLLER INTERFACE
16-bit input/output bus to send/receive data to/from PCI controller.
10-bit input bus to receive address from PCI controller.
WR#
I
Data Write Enable
RD#
I
Data Read Enable
CS#
I
Chip Select
IRQ[1:0]#
O
Programmable Interrupts
I
Global Chip Reset
MISCELLANEOUS
RST#
When low, puts chip into reset condition.
MCLK
I
High-speed Master Clock
Connect to 35.328 MHz VCXO, which is 16 times the maximum Nyquist rate.
VXCO_CTRL
O
Oversampled VCXO analog control voltage
MON_OUT
O
1-bit serial D/A output used for constellation monitoring
MON_CLK
O
Serial Monitor Clock
Operates at 138 kHz.
MON_DONE
O
New Symbol Constellation Qualifier
DMCK_ALT
I
External 2x Clock
LTR
O
8 kHz Local Timing Reference
NTR
I/O
8 kHz Network Timing Reference
NTRCTL
I
Network Timing Reference I/O Control
TXSOC0
I
TC0 Block Transmit Start of Cell.
TXSOC1
I
TC1 Block Transmit Start of Cell.
RXSOC0
O
TC0 Block Receive Start of Cell
RXSOC1
O
TC1 Block Receive Start of Cell
PWR_DN
I
Power Down Control Pin
POWER AND GROUND
VDD
3.3V Power (I/O)
VDDcore
2.5V Power (Core)
GND
Ground
VGG
I/O Clamp Power Supply (connect to 5 volt supply for 5 volt tolerance)
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RBIAS
VREFM
VC
VREFP
NC
DVSS
NC
DVSS
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
The pin assignments for the 20431 are shown in Figure 6 and defined in Table 5.
INP_HYBR_RX
1
24
RX0
INM_HYBR_RX
2
23
RX1
16
CTRL_OUT
CTRL_IN
WAKEUP
17
15
18
8
14
7
DVSS
OUTP_TX
OUTM_TX
CTRL_STRB
STROBE
13
19
POR
6
12
NC
AVSS
11
20
NC
5
CLKIN
DVDD
AVDD
10
TX0
21
AVSS
22
4
9
3
AVDD
INP_RX
INM_RX
DSL015_006
Figure 6. 20431 Pinout Diagram
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Table 5. 20431 Pin Signals by Group
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Pin Number(s)
ADSL Digital Serial Data and Control Interface Signals
CLKIN
I
Clock input (35.328MHz)
11
POR
I
Power On Reset
13
CTRL_STRB
I
Strobe for the control interface
15
CTRL_IN
I
Digital input of the control interface
16
CTRL_OUT
O
Digital output of the control interface
17
WAKEUP
O
Digital output for tone detection mode
18
STROBE
O
Strobe for the data interface
19
TX0
I
Digital transmit input
22
RX1
O
Digital receive output
23
RX0
O
Digital receive output
24
ADSL HYBRID CIRCUIT AND LINE DRIVER INTERFACE
INP_HYBR_RX
I
Positive input of hybrid receiver circuit
1
INM_HYBR_RX
I
Negative input of hybrid receiver circuit
2
INP_RX
I
Positive input of receive path
3
INM_RX
I
Negative input of receive path
4
OUTP_TX
O
Positive output of transmit path
7
OUTM_TX
O
Negative output of transmit path
8
VREFP
---
Analog reference voltage (2.5V)
29
VC
---
Analog reference voltage (1.5V)
30
VREFM
---
Analog reference voltage (0.5V)
31
RBIAS
---
Analog current reference
32
AVDD
---
Analog supply
5, 9
AVSS
---
Analog ground
6, 10
DVSS
---
Digital ground
14, 25, 27
DVDD
---
Digital supply
21
Overhead Signals
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32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
The pin assignments for the 20441 in both 16-pin TSSOP and 32-pin TQFP packages are shown in Figure 7 and
defined in Table 6.
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NC
INP_DRV
NC
NC
NC
AVDD
OUTP_DRV
AVSS
NC
INM_DRV
NC
RBIAS
PWRDWN#
AVDD
OUTM_DRV
AVSS
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NC
INP_DRV
NC
NC
NC
AVDD
OUTP_DRV
AVSS
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
NC
INM_DRV
NC
RBIAS
PWRDWN#
AVDD
OUTM_DRV
AVSS
16-pin TSSOP
32-pin TQFP
DSL015_007
Figure 7. 20441 Pinout Diagrams
Table 6. 20441 Pin Signals by Group
Pin Name
I/O
Description
Comment
Pin Number(s)
16 SSOP
32 TQFP
INP_DRV
I
Positive transmit output of the AFE
Analog input
15
23
INM_DRV
I
Negative transmit output of the AFE
Analog input
2
2
OUTP_DRV
O
Positive output of the line driver
Analog output
Imax=244mA (16 SSOP)
Imax=280mA (32 SSOP)
10
18
OUTM_DRV
O
Negative output of the line driver
Analog output
Imax=244mA (16 SSOP)
Imax=280mA (32 TQFP)
7
7
PWRDWN#
I
Power down control
(0 = power down)
Digital input (3V level)
5
5
RBIAS
I
Current setting external resistor
Tied to 125kΩ resistor (+1%)
4
4
AVDD
Analog supply (+5V)
Imax=273.2mA (16 SSOP)
Imax=309.2mA (32 TQFP)
6, 11
6, 19
AVSS
Analog ground
Imax=273.2mA (16 SSOP)
Imax=309.2mA (32 TQFP)
8, 9
8, 17
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AccessRunner P46 PCI Bus Interface Device
Table 7. DC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Minimum
Maximum
Units
3.6
VDC
Conditions
Power
Power Supply
VDD
3.0
PCI Signal/Power Levels – 3V signalling environment
I/O Clamp Power Supply
Input Low Voltage
Input High Voltage
Output Low Voltage
Output High Voltage
VIO
VIL
VIH
VOL
VOH
VDD
-0.5
0.5 * Vdd
I/O Clamp Power Supply
Input Low Voltage
Input High Voltage
Output Low Voltage
VIO
VIL
VIH
VOL
Output Low Voltage
VOL
Output High Voltage
VOH
Input Low Voltage
Input High Voltage
Output Low Voltage
Output High Voltage
VIL
VIH
VOL
VOH
-0.5
2.0
Pull-Up Resistance
Pull-Down Resistance
Rpu
Rpd
50
50
3.6
0.3 * Vdd
Vdd + 0.5
0.1 * Vdd
0.9 * Vdd
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
Iout = -500 mA
Iout = 1500mA
PCI Signal/Power Levels – 5V signaling environment
VDD
-0.5
2.0
5.25
0.8
Vdd + 0.5
0.55
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
0.55
VDC
2.4
VDC
Iout = 3mA, signals
without pullups
Iout = 6mA, signals with
pullups
Iout = -2mA
TTL Signal Levels
0.8
Vdd + 0.5
0.4
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
200
200
Kohm
Kohm
2.4
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Table 8. Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Power Supply (I/O)
VDD
3.135
3.3
3.465
Volts
Power Supply (Core)
VDDcore
2.375
2.5
2.625
Volts
Ambient Operating Temperature
TA
-40
+85
°C
90
%
Humidity
Table 9. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Power Supply
VDD
Voltage on any Signal Pin
Min
Typ
Max
Units
3.6
Volts
GND-0.3
VDD+0.3
Volts
Ambient Operating Temperature
TA
-55
+125
°C
Storage Temperature
TS
-65
+150
°C
Junction Temperature
TJ
+150
°C
Soldering Temperature
TSOL
+260
°C
Vapor Phase Soldering
TVSOL
+220
°C
Air Flow
0
l.f.p.m
Table 10. DC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Input High Voltage
VIH
Input Low Voltage
Input Leakage Current
Input Capacitance
CIN
Typ
Max
Units
0.9*VDD
VDD
Volts
VIL
GND
0.1*VDD
Volts
IIL/IIH
-10
10
µA
Digital Inputs
2.9
pF
Digital Outputs
Output High Voltage
VOH
0.9*VDD
VDD
Volts
Output Low Voltage
VOL
GND
0.1*VDD
Volts
Tri-State Output Leakage
ILK
10
10
µA
Output Capacitance
COUT
3.1
pF
Digital Bi-directionals
Tri-State Output Leakage
ILK
Input/Output Capacitance
CINOUT
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pF
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Table 11. Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Power supply
3.135
3.3
3.465
V
Operating junction temperature
-40
+100
o
+85
o
Operating ambient temperature
-40
C
C
Table 12. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
Power supply
-0.35
3.6
V
Analog input voltage
-0.35
Vdd+0.35
V
Digital input voltage
-0.35
Vdd+0.35
V
Input current per Pin
-10
10
mA
Output current per Pin
-50
50
mA
1
sec
+125
o
+150
o
Short circuit duration, to GND or Vdd
Ambient temperature (power applied)
Storage temperature
-55
-65
C
C
Table 13. Power Consumption
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Analog
40.5
mA
Digital
25
mA
Table 14. Digital Characteristics
18
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
High level input voltage
0.65*VDD
VDD+0.35
V
Low level input voltage
-0.35
0.25*VDD
V
High level output voltage
0.85*VDD
VDD
V
Low level output voltage
0
0.1*VDD
V
Input leakage current
-10
10
µA
Output leakage current
-10
10
µA
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Table 15. Power Consumption
Parameter
Min
Line driver
Typ
Max
Units
18
24
mA
Table 16. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Min
Max
Units
Power supply
-0.35
7
V
Analog input voltage
-0.35
Vdd+0.35
V
Digital input voltage
-0.35
Vdd+0.35
V
Input current per Pin
-10
10
mA
Output current per Pin
-50
50
mA
1
Sec
+125
o
+150
o
Short circuit duration, to GND or Vdd
Ambient temperature (power applied)
-55
Storage temperature
-65
C
C
Table 17. Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Units
Power supply
4.75
5
5.25
V
Operating junction temperature
-40
+110
o
+70
o
Operating ambient temperature
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Package Dimensions
26.0
.20
0.500
0.500
26.0
23.87
.20
0.500
.10
24.00
.10
0.220 REF.
23.87
.10
24.00
.10
Detail "A"
12
R 0.15 TYP
R 0.20 TYP
1.40
.05
0 -5
GAUGE PLANE
SEATING PLANE
12
0.25
.05 MIN./.15 MAX.
1.00 REF.
0.30 REF.
0.60 + .15/ .10
DETAIL A
DSL015_008
Figure 8. 176-pin TQFP Package Dimensions
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D
D1
D2
D
D1 D2
D1
e
b
S
Y
M
B
O
L
Detail "A"
D1
A
A2
c
A
A1
A2
D
D1
D2
L
L1
e
b
c
Coplanarity
Millimeters
MAX.
MIN.
1.6 MAX.
0.15
0.05
1.4 REF.
9.25
8.75
7.0 REF.
5.6 REF.
0.75
0.5
1.0 REF.
0.80 BSC
0.40
0.30
0.19
0.13
0.10 MAX.
Inches
MAX.
MIN.
0.0630 MAX.
0.0020 0.0059
0.0551 REF.
0.3445 0.3642
0.2756 REF.
0.2205 REF.
0.0197 0.0295
0.0394 REF.
0.0315 BSC
0.0118 0.0157
0.0051 0.0075
0.004 MAX.
Ref: 32-Pin TQFP (GP00-D262)
A1
* Metric values (millimeters) should be used for
PCB layout. English values (inches) are
converted from metric values and may include
round-off errors.
L
DETAIL A
L1
DSL015_009
Figure 9. 32-pin TQFP Package Dimensions
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NOTES:
0.193 0.002
[WITHOUT FLASH]
1. THERMAL HEATSINK/RF GROUND
MATERIAL: OFHC COPPER
-A-
2. LEAD COPLANARITY IS 0.004 MAX.
3. L/F MATERIAL: COPPER 151, 0.0075 THICK
4. LEAD AND HEATSINK FINISH: 85Pb/15
5Sn
-B5. FLASH IS 0.010 MAX.
0.154 0.002
[WITHOUT FLASH]
TOP
VIEW
.0001
1 .0025
0.023
PIN 1
0.010 TYP.
0.193
VIEW B
SCALE 2:1
0.002
0.058 0.002
[MOLD]
7 (TYP)
0.015 X 45
R0.005
(TYP. 4X)
VIEW B
0 -7 TYP.
-C0.004
VIEW A
SEATING PLANE
0.194
0.000
0.004
0.002
O.008
TYP.
.174
SIDE VIEW
END VIEW
.110
0.236
FLASH (TYP)
0.024 0.002
MEASURED 0.0098
FROM SEATING PLANE
0.004
0.008 MAX.
.005 A B
1
.066
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
VIEW A
SCALE: 100:1
+0.004
0.010 -0.002
TOERANCES ON:
BOTTOM
VIEW
0.025 TYP.
DECIMALS
.XX .03
.XXX .002
ANGLES
0.30
XXX M C
16 LEAD SSOP
PACKAGE OUTLINE
DSL015_010
Figure 10. 16-pin SSOP Package Dimensions
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