FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family The Conexant™ FM336Plus High Performance Fax Modem family offers ITU-T V.34 half-duplex mode operation that supports synchronous Group 3 facsimile send and receive speeds up to 33600 bits per second (bps). The FM336Plus-D and FM336Plus-D90 support ITU-T V.34 duplex data and synchronous/asynchronous modes with rates up to 33600 bps. The FM336Plus-D90 also supports ITU-T V.90 PCM mode, which can receive data at speeds up to 56 kbps. The device has low voltage operation and is housed in a 100-pin Plastic Quad Flat Package (PQFP). The modem’s small size and low power consumption allow the design of compact system enclosures for use in industrial, office, and home environments. Table 1 lists the FM336Plus Modem Family models and features. Utilizing V.34 and V.90 techniques to optimize modem configuration for line conditions, the modem connects at the optimal selected data rate that the channel can support from 2400 bps up to 56000 bps. The modem can operate over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) through a line terminator provided by a Data Access Arrangement (DAA). The FM336Plus is backward pin compatible with the previous Conexant FM336 fax modem, and supports all features of the FM336 family. The FM336Plus also has numerous feature and performance enhancements. For more information on the enhancements, refer to the FM336Plus High Performance Fax Modem Designer’s Guide (document 101360). Features (Entire FM336Plus Family) • • • • • Table 1. FM336Plus Modem Family Models and Features Modem Model Part Number V.34 Fax Data Mode (–D) V.90 PCM Mode (-D90) FM336Plus FM336Plus FM336Plus-D FM336Plus-D FM336Plus-D90 FM336Plus-D90 CX06832-11 CX06832-12 CX06832-13 CX06832-14 CX06832-15 CX06832-16 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No Yes Yes Clock Input Oscillator Crystal Clock Clock Yes No Yes No Yes No No Yes No Yes No Yes • • • • • • • • • • Data Sheet Conexant Proprietary Information 2-wire half-duplex fax modem modes with send and receive data rates up to 33600 bps − V.34 half-duplex, V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27 ter, and V.21 channel 2 − Short train option in V.17 and V.27 ter 2-wire duplex data modem modes − V.21, V.23 (75 bps TX/1200 bps RX or 1200 bps TX/75 bps RX) PSTN session starting − V.8 and V.8bis signaling HDLC support at all speeds − Flag generation, 0-bit stuffing, ITU CRC-16 or CRC-32 calculation and generation − Flag detection, 0 bit deletion, ITU CRC-16 or CRC-32 check sum error detection − FSK flag pattern detection during high-speed receiving Tone modes and features − Programmable single or dual tone generation − DTMF receiver − Tone detection with three programmable tone detectors Serial synchronous data Parallel synchronous data Automatic Rate Adaptation (ARA) in V.34 half-duplex Auto-dial and auto-answer control TTL and CMOS compatible DTE interface − ITU-T V.24 (EIA/TIA-232-E) (data/control) − Microprocessor bus (data/configuration/control) Receive dynamic range: − 0 dBm to –43 dBm for V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27 ter and V.21 − –9 dBm to –43 dBm for V.34 halfduplex Quick Start for V.34 half-duplex (Conexant Proprietary) Caller ID Demodulation Call Waiting Detector ADPCM Voice Mode Doc. No. 101361A December 1, 2000 FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family Features (Entire FM336Plus Family− −Continued) Distinguishing Features (-D90 only) • • • • • • Programmable RLSD turn-on and turn-off thresholds Programmable transmit level: 0 to –15 dBm Adjustable speaker output to monitor received signal DMA support for interrupt lines Two 16-byte FIFO data buffers for burst data transfer with extension up to 255 bytes Diagnostic capability V.21 Channel 1 Flag detect V.21 Channel 2 Flag detect +3.3 V operation with +5 V tolerant inputs +5 V analog signal interface 100-pin PQFP package Typical power consumption − Sleep mode: 20 mW − Normal mode: 250 mW • • • • • • • 2-wire duplex data modem modes with receive data rates up to 56 kbps and send data rates as specified in the V.34 specification − V.90 PCM mode Distinguishing Features (-D / -D90) • 2-wire duplex data modem modes with send and receive rates up to 33600 bps − V.34 (33.6 kbps), V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, and V.22 − Bell 212A and 103 Serial asynchronous data Parallel asynchronous data In-band secondary channel (V.34 and V.32 bis) Automatic Rate Adaptation (ARA) in V.34 duplex and V.32 bis Automatic Mode Selection (AMS) Digital near-end and far-end echo cancellation Bulk delay for satellite transmission Receive dynamic range: − –9 dBm to –43 dBm for V.34, V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, V.22, and V.23 511 pattern generation/detection V.13 signaling Diagnostic capability − V.54 inter-DCE signaling − V.54 local analog and remote digital loopback • • • • • • • • • • • Copyright © 2000, Conexant Systems, Inc., All Rights Reserved. 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Internal HDLC support eliminates the need for an external serial input/output (SIO) device in the DTE for products incorporating error detection and T.30 protocol. The modem can perform HDLC framing per T.30 at all data speeds. CRC generation/checking along with zero insertion/deletion enhances SDLC/HDLC frame operations. Two FSK (V.21 Ch. 1 and V.21 Ch. 2) flag pattern detectors facilitate FSK detection during high-speed reception. The modem features a programmable DTMF transmitter/receiver and three programmable tone detectors. The FM336Plus modem provides the processing core for a complete facsimile modem design. Configurations and Rates The selectable modem configurations, signaling rates, and data rates are listed in Table 2. Automatic Mode Selection (-D / -D90) When Automatic Mode Selection (AMS) is enabled, the modem configures itself to the highest compatible data rate supported by the remote modem. Automode operation is supported in V.90 (-D90 only), V.34, V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, V.22, V.21, V.23, Bell 212A, and Bell 103 modes. Automatic Rate Adaptation DUPLEX DATA MODE (-D / -D90) The duplex data mode supports Internet facsimile applications. The modem can connect at the highest data rate up to 33600 bps with auto fall back to V.32 bis. The FM336Plus-D and FM336Plus-D90 modems satisfy the requirements specified in ITU-T recommendations V.34, V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, V.22, V.23, V.21, Bell 212A, and Bell 103. ITU-T V.90 PCM MODE (-D90) The ITU-T V.90 PCM mode can receive data at speeds up to 56 kbps from a digitally connected V.90 central site modem. The FM336Plus-D90 takes advantage of the PSTN which is primarily digital to the central office local loop (except for the client modem) and is ideal for applications such as remote access to an Internet Service Provider (ISP), online service, or corporate intranet. The modem can send upstream data at speeds up to the V.34 rate. In V.34 duplex, V.34 half-duplex, and V.32 bis modes, Automatic Rate Adaptation (ARA) can be enabled to select the optimal highest acceptable data rate based on the Eye Quality Monitor (EQM). This selection occurs during startup. Two ARA modes are available. ARA in ROM is an adaptive selection made by the modem based upon a fixed ROM table. ARA in RAM is based on the host programmable RAM table and can be changed by the user. Data Encoding The data encoding conforms to ITU-T recommendations V.90 (-D90 only), V.34, V.32 bis, V.32, V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27 ter, V.22 bis, V.22, V.23, or V.21, and is compatible with Bell 208, 212A, or 103, depending on the configuration. Tone Generation The modem can generate single or dual voice-band tones from 0 Hz to 3600 Hz with a resolution of 0.15 Hz and an accuracy of ± 0.01%. Tones over 3000 Hz are attenuated. DTMF tone generation allows the modem to operate as a programmable DTMF dialer. 101361A Conexant 3 FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family Supervisory Tone Detection Answer Tone (-D / -D90) Three parallel tone detectors (A, B, and C) are provided for supervisory tone detection. The signal path to these detectors is separate from the main received signal path. When the NV25 bit is a zero, the modem generates a 2100 Hz answer tone at the beginning of the answer handshake for 5.0 seconds (V.8) or 3.6 seconds (V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, V.22, V.23, and V.21). The answer tone has 180° phase reversals every 0.45 seconds to disable network echo cancellers (V.8, V.32 bis, and V.32). Each tone detector consists of two cascaded second order IIR biquad filters. The coefficients are host programmable. Each fourth order filter is followed by a level detector which has host programmable turn-on and turn-off thresholds allowing hysteresis. A pre-filter and squarer precede tone detector C. This circuit is useful for detecting a tone with a frequency equal to the difference between two tones that may be simultaneously present on the line. The SQDIS bit may disable the squarer causing tone detector C to be an eight-order filter. The tone detectors are disabled in data mode. Receive Level The modem satisfies performance requirements for received line signal levels from 0 dBm to –43 dBm measured at the receiver analog (TIP and RING) input in V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27 ter, and DTMF modes. In V.90, V.34, V.32 bis, V.32, V.22 bis, V.22, and V.23 modes, the receive level range is from –9 dBm (–15 dBm at RIN) to –43 dB. (RIN is 6 dB lower than TIP and RING.) The tone detection sample rate is 9600 Hz in V.8 and V.34 modes and is 7200 Hz in non-V.34 modes. The default call progress filter coefficients are based on a 7200 Hz sampling rate and apply to non-V.34 modes only. The maximum detection bandwidth is equal to one-half the sample rate. Carrier Recovery Auto-Dialing and Auto-Answering Control A data echo canceller with near-end and far-end echo cancellation is included for 2-wire duplex V.90/V.34/ V.32 bis/V.32 operation. The combined echo span of near and far cancellers can be up to 40 ms. The proportion allotted to each end is automatically determined by the modem. The delay between nearend and far-end echoes can be up to 1.2 seconds. Features are provided to allow the host to perform auto-dialing and auto-answering. These functions include DTMF or pulse dialing, ring detection, and a comprehensive supervisory tone detection scheme. The major control parameters are host programmable. The carrier recovery circuit can track a ±7 Hz frequency offset in the received carrier. Echo Canceller (-D / -D90) Transmitted Data Spectrum The transmitter spectrum is shaped by raised cosine filter functions, either the square root of 12.5% (V.34, V.32 bis, V.32), 20% (V.17, V.33, and V.29), 50% (V.27 ter, Bell 208), or 75% (V.22 bis, Bell 212A). Transmit Level The transmitter output level is selectable from 0 dBm to –15 dBm in 1 dB steps and is accurate to ±0.5 dB when used with an external hybrid. The output level can also be tuned by changing a gain constant in the modem DSP RAM. The maximum V.34 transmit level for acceptable receive performance should not exceed –9 dBm. 4 Conexant 101361A V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family FM336Plus Table 2. Configurations, Signaling Rates, and Data Rates Configuration Modulation V.90 PCM PCM V.34 33600 TCM** V.34 31200 TCM** V.34 28800 TCM** V.34 26400 TCM** V.34 24000 TCM** V.34 21600 TCM** V.34 19200 TCM** V.34 16800 TCM** V.34 14400 TCM** V.34 12000 TCM** V.34 9600 TCM** V.34 7200 TCM** V.34 4800 TCM** V.34 2400 TCM** V.32 bis 14400 TCM V.32 bis 12000 TCM V.32 bis 9600 TCM V.32 bis 7200 TCM V.32 bis 4800 V.32 9600 TCM V.32 9600 V.32 4800 V.22bis 2400 V.22bis 1200 V.22 1200 V.22 600 V.23 1200/75 V.21 Bell 208 4800 Bell 212A Bell 103 V.17 14400 TCM/V.33 V.17 12000 TCM/V.33 V.17 9600 TCM V.17 7200 TCM V.29 9600 V.29 7200 V.29 4800 V.27 ter 4800 V.27 ter 2400 V.21 Channel 2 TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM TCM QAM TCM QAM QAM QAM DPSK DPSK DPSK FSK FSK DPSK DPSK FSK TCM TCM TCM TCM QAM QAM QAM DPSK DPSK FSK Carrier Frequency (Hz) ±0.01% Data Rate (bps) ±0.01% — 56000 R/V.34 rates T (Note 4) 33600 31200 28800 26400 24000 21600 19200 16800 14400 12000 9600 7200 4800 2400 14400 12000 9600 7200 4800 9600 9600 4800 2400 1200 1200 600 1200/75 Up to 300 4800 1200 Up to 300 14400 12000 9600 7200 9600 7200 4800 4800 2400 300 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1200/2400 1200/2400 1200/2400 1200/2400 1700/420 1080/1750 1800 1200/2400 1170/2125 1800 1800 1800 1800 1700 1700 1700 1800 1800 1750 Symbol Rate (Symbols/Sec) Bits/Symbol Data 8000 Dynamic 3429 only 3200 min 3000 min 2800 min 2800 min 2400 min Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 2400 only 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 600 600 600 600 1200 300 1600 600 300 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 1600 1200 300 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 6 5 4 3 2 4 4 2 4 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 6 5 4 3 4 3 2 3 2 1 Bits/Symbol TCM Constellation Points — — Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 Note 2 128 64 32 16 4 32 16 4 16 4 4 4 — — 8 4 — 128 64 32 16 16 8 4 8 4 — Notes: 1. Modulation legend: TCM: QAM: PCM: FSK: DPSK: Trellis-Coded Modulation Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Pulse Coded Modulation Frequency Shift Keying Differential Phase Shift Keying 2. Adaptive; established during handshake: Symbol Rate (Baud) 2400 2800 3000 3200 3429 V.34 Low Carrier Frequency (Hz) 1600 1680 1800 1829 1959 V.34 High Carrier Frequency (Hz) 1800 1867 2000 1920 1959 3. ** For both duplex and half-duplex modes. 4. Maximum data rate. 101361A Conexant 5 V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family FM336Plus Data Formats V.54 Inter-DCE Signaling (-D / -D90) Serial Synchronous Data • • Data rate: 300–56000 bps (-D90) or 300–33600 bps ±0.01% Selectable clock: Internal, external, or slave Serial Asynchronous Data (-D / -D90) • • Data rate: 300–56000 bps (-D90) or 300–33600 bps +1%/–2.5% or +2.3%/–2.5%; up to 300 bps (V.21 and Bell 103); 1200/75 bps (V.23) Data bits per character: 7, 8, 9, 10, or 11 The modem supports V.54 inter-DCE signaling procedures in synchronous and asynchronous configurations. Transmission and detection of the preparatory, acknowledgment, and termination phases as defined in V.54 are provided. Three control bits (V54T, V54A, and V54P) in the transmitter allow the host to send the appropriate bit patterns. Three control bits (V54TE, V54AE, and V54PE) in the receiver are used to enable one of three bit pattern detectors. A status bit (V54DT) indicates when the selected pattern detector has found the corresponding bit pattern. Parallel Synchronous Data V.13 Remote RTS Signaling (-D / -D90) • • The modem supports V.13 remote RTS signaling. Transmission and detection of signaling bit patterns in response to a change of state in the RTS bit or the /RTS input signal are provided. This feature may be used to clamp/unclamp the local /RLSD and RXD signals in response to a change in the remote /RTS signal in order to simulate controlled carrier operation in a constant carrier environment. The modem automatically clamps and unclamps /RLSD. • Normal sync: 8-bit data for transmit and receive Data rate: 300–56000 bps (-D90) or 300–33600 bps ±0.01% SDLC/HDLC support: − Transmitter: Flag generation, 0-bit stuffing, CRC-16 or CRC-32 generation − Receiver: Flag detection, 0-bit deletion, CRC-16 or CRC-32 checking Parallel Asynchronous Data (-D / -D90) • • • In-Band Secondary Channel (-D / -D90) Data rate: 300–56000 bps (-D90) or 300–33600 bps +1%/–2.5% or +2.3%/–2.5%; 1200, 300, or 75 bps (FSK) Data bits per character: 5, 6, 7, or 8 Parity generation/checking: Odd, Even, or 9th data bit A duplex in-band secondary channel is provided in V.34 (all speeds) and V.32 bis/V.32 (7200 bps and above) modes. The secondary channel operates in parallel data mode with independent transmit and receive interrupts and data buffers. The main channel may operate in parallel or serial mode. Async/Sync and Sync/Async Conversion (-D / -D90) In V.34 modes, the secondary channel rate is 200 bps. An asynchronous-to-synchronous converter is provided in the transmitter and a synchronous-to-asynchronous converter is provided in the receiver. The converters operate in both serial and parallel modes. The asynchronous character format is 1 start bit, 5 to 8 data bits, an optional parity bit, and 1 or 2 stop bits. Valid character size, including all bits, is 7, 8, 9, 10, or 11 bits per character. Two ranges of signaling rates are provided: • • Basic range: +1% to –2.5% Extended overspeed range: +2.3% to –2.5% When the transmit converter is operating at the basic signaling rate, no more than one stop bit will be deleted per eight consecutive characters. When operating at the extended rate, no more than one stop bit will be deleted per four consecutive characters. Break handling is performed as described in V.14. Asynchronous characters are accepted on the TXD serial input and are issued on the RXD serial output. 101361A In V.32 bis/V.32 modes, the secondary channel rate is 150 bps. This rate is also host programmable in V.32 bis/V.32 modes. Transmit and Receive FIFO Data Buffers Two 16-byte first-in first-out (FIFO) data buffers allow the DTE/host to output up to 16 bytes of transmit data to the transmitter FIFO (TXFIFO) and input up to 16 bytes of accumulated received data from the receiver FIFO (RXFIFO). The TXFIFO and RXFIFO can be extended up to 255 bytes. The size of the FIFO extension is 255 bytes overall and can be divided between the two FIFOs in any proportion. The RXFIFO is always enabled. The host can enable the TXFIFO. Status bits indicate when the TXFIFO is not full, the TXFIFO is half-full (eight or more bytes loaded), the RXFIFO is empty, and the RXFIFO is halffull. An interrupt mask register allows an interrupt request to be generated whenever the status bits change state. Conexant 6 V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family FM336Plus DMA Support for Interrupt Request Lines DMA support is available in synchronous data modes. When DMA support is enabled, the modem /RI and /DSR lines are assigned to Transmitter Request (TXRQ) and Receiver Request (RXRQ) hardware output interrupt request lines, respectively. The TXRQ and RXRQ signals follow the assertion of the Transmit Data Buffer Empty (TDBE) and Receive Data Buffer Full (RDBF) interrupt bits, thereby allowing the DTE/host to respond immediately to the interrupt request without masking out status bits to determine the interrupt source. Quick Start for V.34 Half-Duplex (Conexant Proprietary) V.34 Fax Quick Startup eliminates the V.8 phase 1 segment and uses a shortened training sequence during phase 3, which can save up to 50% of the initial Phase1 to Phase 4 start up time for normal V.34 halfduplex connection. Relay Control. Direct control of the off-hook and talk/data relays is provided. Internal relay drivers allow direct connection to the off-hook and talk/data relays. The talk/data relay output can optionally be used for pulse dial. Speaker Interface. A SPKR output is provided with on/off and volume control logic incorporated in the modem, requiring only an external amplifier to drive a speaker. Hardware Interface Signals Figure 1 illustrates the functional interface signals. In this diagram, an active low signal is indicated by a forward slash “/” (e.g., /RESET). A clock intended to activate logic on its rising edge (low-to-high transition) is called active high (e.g., TDCLK), while a clock intended to activate logic on its falling edge (high-tolow transition) is called active low (e.g., /RDCLK). Figure 2 illustrates the modem pin assignments. Table 3 provides the signal descriptions. ADPCM Voice Mode The Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation (ADPCM) voice coder and decoder (codec) compresses and decompresses voice signals for efficient digital storage of voice messages. The codec operates at 28.8 kbps, 21.6 kbps, or 14.4 kbps (4-bit, 3-bit, or 2-bit quantization, respectively) with an 8.0 kHz sampling rate. Caller ID Demodulation Caller ID information can be demodulated in the V.23 1200 receive configuration and presented to the DTE/host in serial (RXD) or parallel (RBUFFER) form. Call Waiting Detector A tone detector is provided to perform call waiting detection and is available in V.90, V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.17, V.29, and V.27ter modes. By default, call waiting tone levels down to approximately –28 dBm can be detected. The detector can tolerate near-end echo levels up to 10 dB above the call waiting tone level. Power and Maximum Ratings Table 4 lists the current and power requirements. Table 5 lists the absolute maximum ratings. Clock Sources The modem is offered in two configurations depending upon the selected clock source. One configuration utilizes a crystal source and the other uses an oscillator source. For the crystal configuration, the crystal is connected to XTLI (pin 85) and XTLO (pin 86). For the oscillator source, the oscillator is connected to CLKIN (pin 85) and XTLO (pin 86) is not connected. Package Dimensions Figure 3 shows the package dimensions. Additional Information Additional design information is described in the FM336Plus V.34/Group3 High Performance Fax Modem Designer’s Guide. Telephone Line Interface Line Transformer Interface. V.90/V.34 places high requirements upon the Data Access Arrangement (DAA) connection to the telephone line. Due to the wider bandwidth requirement of V.90 and V.34, the DAA must maintain linearity from 150 to 3950 Hz for V.34, and from 10 to 4000 Hz for V.90. 101361A Conexant 7 FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family /RTS XTLI /CTS XTL0 TXD OR TDCLK CLKIN Oscillator XTCLK V.24 Interface Crystal /RLSD RXD RIN /RDCLK TXA1 /DTR TXA2 /DSR** OH /RI* telephone line TIP Line Interface RING RINGD /TALK FM336Plus Modem Family /RD Host Processor /WR EYEXY /CS EYESYNC D7:0 EYECLK Optional Eye Pattern Generator RS4:0 IRQ /RESET TXRQ* SPKR RXRQ** Speaker Amplifier +5V +3.3V AGND Power Supply DGND * Selectable; TXRQ output replaces /RI output. ** Selectable; RXRQ output replaces /DSR output. Figure 1. Functional Interface Signals 8 Conexant 101361A EYESYNC EYECLK MAVSS MAVDD SPKR TXA2 TXA1 GPO0 RESERVED RESERVED XTALO XTALI/CLKIN VDD1 D1 D0 D4 D3 D2 D5 VDD1 RS0 D7 D6 PLL_VDD RS1 VC RIN MAVSS VREF VSS IRQ /RTS RINGD /RI /DSR EYEXY XCLK YCLK VGG IA_SLEEP VDD1 /DTR RXD RESERVED VSS XTCLK VDD1 VCORE SR1IO NC RESERVED RESERVED VDD1 SLEEP NC NC VSS VSUB RESERVED OH VDD SR4IN CLK_OUT M_RXOUT M-STROBE RESERVED /RESET SR4OUT NC M_TXSIN M_SCK RESERVED RESERVED VSS NC NC M_CNTRL_SIN M_CLKIN /CTS VDD1 RESERVED RESERVED TDCLK TXD RESERVED /TALK VDD /RDCLK /RLSD 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 /POR RESERVED /WR /RD 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 45 46 47 48 49 50 RESERVED RS2 RS3 RS4 /CS FM336Plus 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 PLL_GND VSS V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family Figure 2. FM336Plus Family Modem Pin Assignments—100-Pin PQFP 101361A Conexant 9 FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family Table 3. Signal Descriptions Pin 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 45 46 47 48 49 50 Signal Label RESERVED RS2 RS3 RS4 /CS /WR /RD /RDCLK /RLSD TDCLK TXD /CTS VDD1 RESERVED RESERVED VSS NC /RESET SR4OUT NC SR4IN CLK_OUT EYESYNC EYECLK MAVSS MAVDD SPKR TXA2 TXA1 VREF VC RIN MAVSS /POR RESERVED RESERVED /TALK VDD RESERVED RESERVED NC M_CNTRL_SIN M_CLKIN M_TXSIN M_SCK M_RXOUT M_STROBE RESERVED OH VDD I/O Type — IA IA IA IA IA IA OA OA OA IA OA PWR — — GND — OA OA — IA OA OA OA GND PWR O(DF) O(DD) O(DD) MI MI I(DA) AGND IA — — O(DD) PWR — — — IA IA IA IA IA IA — O(DD) PWR Interface Pin — HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface — — — — NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Diagnostic Signal Diagnostic Signal — — Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Telephone Line Interface — Modem Interconnect — — Telephone Line Interface — — — NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect — Telephone Line Interface — 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 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Signal Label RESERVED VSUB VSS NC NC SLEEP VDD1 RESERVED RESERVED NC SR1IO VCORE VDD1 XTCLK VSS RESERVED RXD /DTR VDD1 IA_SLEEP VGG YCLK XCLK EYEXY /DSR /RI RINGD /RTS IRQ VSS GPO0 RESERVED RESERVED VDD1 XTALI/CLKIN XTALO D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 VDD1 D5 D6 D7 RS0 RS1 PLL_VDD VSS PLL_GND I/O Type — GND GND — — MI PWR — — — MI PWR PWR IA GND — OA IA PWR MI PWR OA OA OA OA OA IA IA OA GND MI — — PWR I O IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB PWR IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB PWR GND GND Interface — — — NC NC Modem Interconnect — — — NC Modem Interconnect — — DTE Serial Interface — — DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface — Modem Interconnect — Overhead Signal Overhead Signal Diagnostic Signal DTE Serial Interface Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface DTE Serial Interface HOST Interface — Modem Interconnect — — — Overhead Signal Overhead Signal HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface — HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface — — — Notes: 1. I/O types: MI = Modem interconnect IA, IB = Digital input OA, OB = Digital output I(DA) = Analog input O(DD), O(DF) = Analog output 2. NC = No external connection required RESERVED = No external connection allowed 3. Interface Legend: HOST = Modem Control Unit (Host) DTE = Data Terminal Equipment 10 Conexant 101361A V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family FM336Plus Table 4. Current and Power Requirements Current (ID) Power (PD) Typical Current (mA) @ 25° C Maximum Current (mA) @ 0° C Typical Power (mW) @ 25° C Maximum Power (mW) @ 0° C Normal mode 76 88 250 320 Sleep mode 6 8 20 30 Mode Notes Note: Test conditions: VDD = +3.3 VDC for typical values; VDD = +3.63 VDC for maximum values. Table 5. Absolute Maximum Ratings Symbol Limits Units Supply Voltage Parameter VDD1 –0.5 to +3.6 V Digital Input Voltage VIND –0.5 to (+5VD +0.5) V Operating Temperature Range TA –0 to +70 °C Storage Temperature Range TSTG –55 to +125 °C Analog Input Voltage VINA –0.3 to (+5VA + 0.3) V Voltage Applied to Outputs in High Impedance (Off) State VHZ –0.5 to (+5VD + 0.5) V DC Input Clamp Current IIK ±20 mA DC Output Clamp Current IOK ±20 mA Static Discharge Voltage (25 °C) VESD ±2500 V Latch-up Current (25 °C) ITRIG ±200 mA 101361A Conexant 11 FM336Plus V.34/Group 3 High Performance Fax Modem Family See detail A D CHAM (4X) D1 D2 E1 E E1 E2 PIN 1 REF e b TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW Dim. A A1 A2 D D1 D2 E E1 E2 A L A2 L1 e c DETAIL A L 0.0945 MAX 0.35 0.05 2.0 REF 0.0020 23.45 22.95 20.0 REF 0.9035 0.7421 REF 0.6673 0.6870 0.5512 REF 12.35 REF 1.03 0.73 1.6 REF 0.9232 0.7874 REF 18.85 REF 17.45 16.95 14.0 REF 0.0138 0.0787 REF 0.4862 REF 0.0287 0.0406 0.0630 REF 0.65 BSC 0.0256 BSC b 0.25 0.45 0.0098 0.0177 c 0.19 0.13 0.10 MAX 0.0051 0.0075 Coplanarity A1 Inches Max. Min. Millimeters Max. Min. 2.4 MAX 0.004 MAX Ref: 100-PIN PQFP (GP00-D234) L1 * Metric values (millimeters) should be used for PCB layout. English values (inches) are converted from metric values and may include round-off errors. Figure 3. Package Dimensions—100-Pin PQFP 12 Conexant PD-PQFP-100 (040695) 101361A INSIDE COVER BACK PAGE 101361A Conexant 0.0 Sales Offices Further Information [email protected] (800) 854-8099 (North America) (949) 483-6996 (International) Printed in USA World Headquarters Conexant Systems, Inc. 4311 Jamboree Road Newport Beach, CA 92660-3007 Phone: (949) 483-4600 Fax 1: (949) 483-4078 Fax 2: (949) 483-4391 Europe North – England Phone: +44 1344 486444 Fax: +44 1344 486555 Europe – Israel/Greece Phone: +972 9 9524000 Fax: +972 9 9573732 Europe South – France Phone: +33 1 41 44 36 51 Fax: +33 1 41 44 36 90 Europe Mediterranean – Italy Phone: +39 02 93179911 Fax: +39 02 93179913 Americas U.S. Northwest/ Pacific Northwest – Santa Clara Phone: (408) 249-9696 Fax: (408) 249-7113 U.S. Southwest – Los Angeles Phone: (805) 376-0559 Fax: (805) 376-8180 Europe – Sweden Phone: +46 (0) 8 5091 4319 Fax: +46 (0) 8 590 041 10 Europe – Finland Phone: +358 (0) 9 85 666 435 Fax: +358 (0) 9 85 666 220 Asia – Pacific U.S. Southwest – Orange County Phone: (949) 483-9119 Fax: (949) 483-9090 Taiwan Phone: (886-2) 2-720-0282 Fax: (886-2) 2-757-6760 U.S. Southwest – San Diego Phone: (858) 713-3374 Fax: (858) 713-4001 Australia Phone: (61-2) 9869 4088 Fax: (61-2) 9869 4077 U.S. North Central – Illinois Phone: (630) 773-3454 Fax: (630) 773-3907 China – Central Phone: 86-21-6361-2515 Fax: 86-21-6361-2516 U.S. South Central – Texas Phone: (972) 733-0723 Fax: (972) 407-0639 China – South Phone: (852) 2 827-0181 Fax: (852) 2 827-6488 U.S. Northeast – Massachusetts Phone: (978) 367-3200 Fax: (978) 256-6868 China – South (Satellite) Phone: (86) 755-518-2495 U.S. Southeast – North Carolina Phone: (919) 858-9110 Fax: (919) 858-8669 U.S. Southeast – Florida/ South America Phone: (727) 799-8406 Fax: (727) 799-8306 U.S. Mid-Atlantic – Pennsylvania Phone: (215) 244-6784 Fax: (215) 244-9292 Canada – Ontario Phone: (613) 271-2358 Fax: (613) 271-2359 China – North Phone: (86-10) 8529-9777 Fax: (86-10) 8529-9778 India Phone: (91-11) 692-4789 Fax: (91-11) 692-4712 Korea Phone: (82-2) 565-2880 Fax: (82-2) 565-1440 Korea (Satellite) Phone: (82-53) 745-2880 Fax: (82-53) 745-1440 Singapore Phone: (65) 737 7355 Fax: (65) 737 9077 Europe Europe Central – Germany Phone: +49 89 829-1320 Fax: +49 89 834-2734 Japan Phone: (81-3) 5371 1520 Fax: (81-3) 5371 1501 www.conexant.com This datasheet has been download from: www.datasheetcatalog.com Datasheets for electronics components.