AKM AKD4650

[AK4650]
AK4650
16Bit ΔΣ CODEC with MIC/HP/SPK-AMP & TSC
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AK4650 targeted at PDA and other low-power, small size applications. It features a 16bit stereo
CODEC with a built-in Microphone-Amplifier, Headphone-Amplifier, Speaker-Amplifier and Touch Screen
Controller. Input circuits include a Microphone-Amplifier and an ALC (Auto Level Control) circuit. The
AK4650 is connected with AC’97 controller (CPU) via AC-Link. The AK4650 is available in a very small
57pin BGA, utilizing less board space than competitive offerings.
FEATURES
1. Resolution: 16bits
2. Recording Function
• Mono Input (Single-ended or Differential Input)
• 2 to 1 Selector (Internal and External MIC)
• MIC Power: 2 outputs (Internal and External MIC)
• 1st MIC Amplifier: +20dB or 0dB
• 2nd Amplifier with ALC: +27.5dB ∼ −8dB, 0.5dB Step
• ADC Performance (@MIC-Amp=+20dB, Single-ended):
S/(N+D): 79dB, DR, S/N: 83dB
• MIC Detection
3. Playback Function
• Digital De-emphasis Filter (tc=50/15μs, fs=32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz)
• Digital Volume (0dB ∼ −63dB, 0.5dB Step, Mute)
• Bass Boost
• Mono Output
- Full-differential Output
- S/(N+D): 85dB, S/N: 95dB
- Analog Volume: +6dB ∼ −15dB, 3dB Step
• Headphone-Amp
- Output Power: [email protected] (HVDD=3.3V)
- S/(N+D): [email protected], S/N: 90dB
• Headphone Jack Detection
• Mono Speaker-Amp
- Output Power: [email protected] (HVDD=3.3V, ALC2=OFF)
- S/(N+D): [email protected], S/N: 90dB
- BTL Output
- ALC (Auto Level Control) circuit
• Mono Beep Input
• AUX Input
- Full-differential Input
- Analog Volume: +12dB ∼ −34.5dB, 1.5dB Step, Mute
• Stereo Line Input
- Single-ended Input
- Analog Volume: +12dB ∼ −34.5dB, 1.5dB Step, Mute
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4. Touch Screen Controller
• Two Auxiliary Analog Inputs
• Pen Pressure Measurement
• Direct Battery Measurement
• On-Chip Voltage Reference (2.5V)
• 12 bit SAR type A/D Converter
5. System Clock: 24.576MHz, 12MHz, 3.6864MHz
6. Sampling Rate: 48kHz, 44.1kHz, 32kHz, 24kHz, 22.05kHz, 16kHz, 11.025kHz, 8kHz
7. Power Management
8. Audio, Touch Screen & Control I/F: AC-Link I/F
9. Ta = −30 ∼ 85°C
10. Power Supply: 2.7V ∼ 3.6V (typ. 3.3V)
11. Package: 57pin BGA (5mm x 5mm)
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■ Block Diagram (Audio Block)
MICOUT
AIN
MVREF
DVSS1 DVDD2
DVDD1
DVSS2
PMMIC
MPE
MPI
MIC Power
Supply
PR6-0
MIC Power
Supply
ALC1
(IPGA)
INT
HPF
ADC
MIC-AMP
0dB or 20dB
EXT
RESETN
MDT
SYNC
Audio
Interface
0.075 x AVDD
PMMO
BITCLK
ATT
MOUT+
MOUT-
CPU
SDATAIN
Control
Register
ATT
SDATAOUT
PMHPL or PMHPR or PMSPK
ATT
PR6-0
DAC
DATT
SMUTE
PLL1
HVDD
HVSS
VRA
PR5
PMHPL
HPL
HP-AMP
MIX
MIX
PR5
XTO/PLL0
PLL
XTI/MCKI
HDT
PMHPR
HPR
HP-AMP
MIX
MIX
VCOC1
MUTET
PMLIN
PMAUX
VCOC2
PMSPK
SPP
Volume
SPKAMP
MIX
ALC2
Volume
Volume
MIX
SPN
PMBP
MDT/RIN
VCOM
BEEP
MIN
MOUT2
MPE/LIN
AUXIN+
AUXIN-
AVSS AVDD
Figure 1. Block Diagram (Audio Block)
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■ Block Diagram (Touch Screen Controller Block)
SYNC
XP
BITCLK
YP
SDATAIN
Control
Logic
XN
SDATAOUT
YN
IN1
Internal
VREF(2.5V)
IN2
VREF
VBAT
VREF+
VREF-
AIN+
R1
AIN-
12bit
ADC
(SAR type)
R2
INTN
Pen
Interrupt
ADEXE
TSVDD
TSVSS
Figure 2. Block Diagram (TSC Blcok)
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■ Ordering Guide
−30 ∼ +85°C
57pin BGA (0.5mm pitch)
Evaluation board for AK4650
AK4650VG
AKD4650
■ Pin Layout
9
8
7
6
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5
Top View
4
3
2
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
9
NC
BEEP/IN2
AVDD
VCOM
AUXIN+
MPI
EXT/MIC+
MPE/LIN
NC
8
VCOC1
VCOC2
AVSS
MVREF
AUXIN−
INT/MIC−
MDT/RIN
AIN
MICOUT
7
XP
TSVDD
MOUT−
MOUT+
6
YP
XN
HPL
HPR
5
YN
TSVSS
HVSS
HVDD
4
IN1
VBAT
SPP
SPN
3
VREF
TEST2
NC
MUTET
HDT
2
ADEXE
INTN
XTO/PLL0
SDATA
OUT
DVSS2
SDATAIN
SYNC
MOUT2
MIN
1
NC
DVDD1
XTI/MCKI
DVSS1
BITCLK
DVDD2
RESETN
PLL1
TEST1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
Top View
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PIN/FUNCTION
No.
Pin Name
A1
NC
-
B1
DVDD1
XTI
MCKI
XTO
I
I
O
PLL0
I
D1
D2
E1
E2
F2
F1
G2
G1
DVSS1
SDATAOUT
BITCLK
DVSS2
SDATAIN
DVDD2
SYNC
RESETN
I
O
O
I
I
H1
PLL1
I
J1
TEST1
-
J2
H2
MIN
MOUT2
I
O
H3
MUTET
O
J3
H4
J4
H5
J5
J6
H6
H7
J7
H8
HDT
SPP
SPN
HVSS
HVDD
HPR
HPL
MOUT−
MOUT+
AIN
I
O
O
O
O
O
O
I
J9
NC
-
C1
C2
I/O
Function
No Connect Pin
No internal bonding. This pin should be open or connected to the ground.
Digital Power Supply 1 Pin
X’tal Input Pin
External Master Clock Input Pin
X’tal Output Pin (PLL1 pin = “L”)
PLL Input Master Clock Frequency Select 0 Pin (PLL1 pin = “H”)
“L”: 3.6864MHz, “H”: 12MHz
Digital Ground 1 Pin
Serial 256-bit AC’97 data stream from digital controller
12.288MHz(256fs) serial data clock
Digital Ground 2 Pin
Serial 256-bit AC’97 data stream to digital controller
Digital Power Supply 2 Pin
AC’97 Sync Clock, 48kHz(1fs) fixed rate sampling rate
AC’97 Master Hardware Reset
PLL Input Master Clock Frequency Select 1 Pin
“L”: 24.576MHz (PLL0 pin = “L”)
“H”: 3.6864MHz (PLL0 pin = “L”) or 12MHz (PLL0 pin = “H”)
When PLL1 pin = “H”, X’tal oscillation circuit is not available.
Test 1 Pin
This pin should be connected to the ground.
ALC Input Pin
Analog Mixing Output Pin
Mute Time Constant Control Pin
Connected to HVSS pin with a capacitor for mute time constant.
Headphone Detect Pin (Internal pull up by 100kΩ)
Speaker Amp Positive Output Pin
Speaker Amp Negative Output Pin
Headphone & Speaker Amp Ground Pin
Headphone & Speaker Amp Power Supply Pin
Rch Headphone Amp Output Pin
Lch Headphone Amp Output Pin
Mono Line Negative Output Pin
Mono Line Positive Output Pin
Analog Input Pin
No Connect Pin
No internal bonding. This pin should be open or connected to the ground.
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No.
J8
Pin Name
MICOUT
MDT
RIN
MPE
LIN
EXT
MIC+
INT
MIC−
MPI
AUXIN−
AUXIN+
MVREF
I/O
O
I
I
O
I
I
I
I
I
O
I
I
O
Function
Microphone Analog Output Pin
Microphone Detect Pin (Internal pull down by 500kΩ) (RNMD bit = “0”)
G8
Rch Line Input Pin (RNMD bit = “1”)
MIC Power Supply Pin for External Microphone (LNMP bit = “0”)
H9
Lch Line Input Pin (LNMP bit = “1”)
External Microphone Input Pin (Single-ended Input: MDIF bit = “0”)
G9
Microphone Positive Input Pin (Differential Input: MDIF bit = “1”)
Internal Microphone Input Pin (Single-ended Input: MDIF bit = “0”)
F8
Microphone Negative Input Pin (Differential Input: MDIF bit = “1”)
F9
MIC Power Supply Pin for Internal Microphone
E8
Mono AUX Negative Input Pin
E9
Mono AUX Positive Input Pin
D8
MIC Power Supply Reference Voltage Output Pin
Common Voltage Output Pin, 0.45 x AVDD
D9 VCOM
O
Bias voltage of ADC inputs and DAC outputs.
C8 AVSS
Analog Ground Pin
C9 AVDD
Analog Power Supply Pin
BEEP
I
Mono Beep Signal Input Pin (IN/BP bit = “0”)
B9
IN2
I
Auxiliary 2 Analog Input (IN/BP bit = “1”)
No Connect Pin
A9 NC
No internal bonding. This pin should be open or connected to the ground.
Output 1 Pin for Loop Filter of PLL Circuit
A8 VCOC1
O
This pin should be connected to DVSS with a resistor (10kΩ) and a capacitor
(4.7nF) in series.
Output 2 Pin for Loop Filter of PLL Circuit
B8 VCOC2
O
This pin should be connected to DVSS with a resistor (10kΩ) and a capacitor
(4.7nF) in series.
Note: All input pins except analog input pins should not be left floating (XTI/MCKI, PLL0, SDATAOUT, SYNC,
RESETN, PLL1 and ADEXE pins).
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No.
B7
Pin Name
TSVDD
I/O
-
A7
XP
I/O
A6
YP
I/O
B6
XN
I/O
A5
YN
I/O
B5
B4
A4
TSVSS
VBAT
IN1
I
I
B3
TEST2
-
A3
VREF
I/O
B2
INTN
O
A2
ADEXE
I
C3
NC
-
Function
Touch Screen Controller Power Supply Pin
Touch Screen X+ plate Voltage Supply Pin
„ X axis Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ Y axis Measurement: This pin is used as the input for the A/D converter.
„ Pen Pressure Measurement: This pin is the input to the A/D converter at Z1
measurement.
„ VBAT/IN1/IN2 Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Interrupt: pulled-up by an internal resistor (typ.50kΩ).
„ Power-down State: OPEN state. When PDN pin is “L”, XP pin is pulled-up by an
internal resistor (typ.50kΩ).
Touch Screen Y+ plate Voltage Supply Pin
„ Y axis Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ X axis Measurement: This pin is used as the input for the A/D converter.
„ Pen Pressure Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ VBAT/IN1/IN2 Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Interrupt: OPEN state.
„ Power-down State: OPEN state.
Touch Screen X− plate Voltage Supply Pin
„ X axis Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ Y axis Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Pressure Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ VBAT/IN1/IN2 Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Interrupt: OPEN state.
„ Power-down State: OPEN state.
Touch Screen Y− plate Voltage Supply Pin
„ Y axis Measurement: Supplies the voltage.
„ X axis Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Pressure Measurement: This pin is the input to the A/D converter at Z2
measurement.
„ VBAT/IN1/IN2 Measurement: OPEN state.
„ Pen Interrupt: connected to GND.
„ Power-down State: OPEN state.
Touch Screen Controller Ground Pin
Analog Input Pin for Battery Monitor
Auxiliary 1 Analog Input Pin
Test 2 Pin
This pin should be floating.
Voltage Reference Input/Output
Outputs 2.5V at PMVREF bit = “1”.
Pen Interrupt Output Pin
This pin should be pulled up via a 100kΩ resistor.
SYNC Signal Input Pin for ADC of Touch Screen Controller
No Connect Pin
No internal bonding. This pin should be open or connected to the ground.
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■ Handling of Unused Pin
The unused I/O pins should be processed appropriately as below.
Classification
Analog
Digital
Pin Name
Setting
These
pins should be open.
MIN, MOUT2, MUTET, HDT, SPP, SPN, HPR,
HPL, MOUT−, MOUT+, AIN, MICOUT, MDT/RIN,
MPE/LIN, EXT/MIC+, INT/MIC−, MPI, AUXIN−,
AUXIN+, BEEP/IN2, XP, YP, XN, YN, VBAT, IN1,
INTN
XTO
This pin should be open.
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
(AVSS, DVSS, HVSS, TSVSS=0V; Note 1, Note 2)
Parameter
Symbol
min
Power Supplies:
Analog
AVDD
−0.3
Digital (Note 3)
DVDD
−0.3
Headphone-Amp / Speaker-Amp
HVDD
−0.3
Touch Screen Controller
TSVDD
−0.3
|AVSS – DVSS| (Note 4)
ΔGND1
|AVSS – HVSS| (Note 4)
ΔGND2
|AVSS – TSVSS| (Note 4)
ΔGND3
Input Current, Any Pin Except Supplies
IIN
Analog Input Voltage
(Note 5)
VINA1
−0.3
(Note 6)
VINA2
−0.3
Digital Input Voltage
(Note 7)
VIND
−0.3
Touch Screen Controller Input Voltage
(Note 8)
VINTS
−0.3
Touch Screen Drive Current
IOUTDRV
Ambient Temperature (powered applied)
Ta
−30
Storage Temperature
Tstg
−65
max
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
0.3
0.3
0.3
±10
AVDD+0.3
HVDD+0.3
DVDD+0.3
TSVDD+0.3
50
85
150
Units
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
mA
V
V
V
V
mA
°C
°C
Note 1. All voltages with respect to ground.
Note 2. DVSS means DVSS1 and DVSS2.
Note 3. DVDD means DVDD1 and DVDD2.
Note 4. AVSS, DVSS, HVSS and TSVSS must be connected to the same analog ground plane.
Note 5. MIN, AIN, MDT/RIN, MPE/LIN, EXT/MIC+, INT/MIC−, AUXIN−, AUXIN+, BEEP/IN2 pins
Note 6. HDT pin
Note 7. XTI/MCKI, XTO/PLL0, SDATAOUT, SYNC, RESETN, PLL1, ADEXE pins
Note 8. XP, YP, XN, YN, IN1, IOUT, VREF pins
WARNING: Operation at or beyond these limits may result in permanent damage to the device.
Normal operation is not guaranteed at these extremes.
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
(AVSS, DVSS, HVSS, TSVSS=0V; Note 1, Note 2)
Parameter
Symbol
min
typ
Power Supplies: Analog
AVDD
2.7
3.3
(Note 9)
Digital (Note 3)
DVDD
2.7
3.3
HP / SPK-Amp
HVDD
2.7
3.3
Touch Screen Controller
TSVDD
2.7
3.3
max
3.6
AVDD
3.6
3.6
Units
V
V
V
V
Note 1. All voltages with respect to ground.
Note 2. DVSS means DVSS1 and DVSS2.
Note 3. DVDD means DVDD1 and DVDD2.
Note 9. The power up sequence between AVDD, DVDD, HVDD and TSVDD is not critical. When the voltage difference
among AVDD, DVDD, HVDD and TSVDD is larger than 0.3V, the power supply current at power down mode
increases (Note 28). When the power supplies are partially powered OFF, the AK4650 must be reset by bringing
PDN pin “L” after these power supplies are powered ON again. DVDD1 and DVDD2 should be same voltage.
* AKEMD assumes no responsibility for the usage beyond the conditions in this datasheet.
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ANALOG CHARACTERISTICS (Audio Block)
(Ta=25°C; AVDD, DVDD, HVDD, TSVDD=3.3V; AVSS=DVSS=HVSS=TSVSS=0V; fs=48kHz; Signal
Frequency=1kHz; 16bit Data; Measurement frequency=20Hz ∼ 20kHz; unless otherwise specified)
Parameter
min
typ
max
Units
MIC Amplifier: INT, EXT pins, MDIF bit = “0” (Single-ended input)
Input Resistance
20
30
40
kΩ
Gain
MGAIN bit = “0”
0
dB
MGAIN bit = “1”
+20
dB
MIC Amplifier: MIC+, MIC− pins, MDIF bit = “1” (Full-differential input), MGAIN bit = “1” (+20dB)
Maximum Input Voltage (Note 10)
0.099
Vpp
MIC Power Supply: MPI, MPE pins
Output Voltage
1.98
2.2
2.42
V
Load Resistance
2
kΩ
Load Capacitance
30
pF
Mic Detection: MDT pin
Comparator Voltage Level
0.15
0.20
0.23
V
Internal pull down Resistance
250
500
750
kΩ
Input PGA Characteristics: AIN pin
Input Resistance (Note 11)
5
10
15
kΩ
Step Size
0.1
0.5
0.9
dB
Gain Control Range (ALC1 bit = “0”)
max: IPGA6-0 bits = “3FH”
+27.5
dB
min: IPGA6-0 bits = “00H”
dB
−8
ADC Analog Input Characteristics: MIC Gain=+20dB, IPGA=0dB, ALC1=OFF, MIC (Single) → IPGA → ADC
Resolution
16
Bits
Input Voltage (Note 12)
0.168
0.198
0.228
Vpp
S/(N+D)
71
79
dB
(−1dBFS)
D-Range
75
83
dB
(−60dBFS, A-weighted)
S/N
(A-weighted)
75
83
dB
DAC Characteristics:
Resolution
16
Bits
Mono Line Output Characteristics: RL=20kΩ, DAC → MOUT+/MOUT− pins, MOGN2-0 bits = +6dB
Output Voltage (Note 13)
3.56
3.96
4.36
Vpp
S/(N+D)
75
85
dB
(−3dBFS)
S/N
(A-weighted)
85
95
dB
Load Resistance
20
kΩ
Load Capacitance
30
pF
Step Size
2
3
4
dB
Gain Control Range
max: MOGN2-0 bits = “111”
+6
dB
min: MOGN2-0 bits = “000”
dB
−15
Note 10. Maximum input voltage of MIC+ and MIC− pins are proportional to AVDD voltage. Vin = 0.03 x AVDD(typ).
Note 11. When IPGA Gain is changed, this typical value changes between 8kΩ and 11kΩ.
Note 12. Input voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vin = 0.06 x AVDD.
Note 13. Output voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vout = 1.2 x AVDD(typ)@MOGN2-0 bits = “111” at
full-differential output. Vout = 0.6 x AVDD(typ)@MOGN2-0 bits = “111” at single-ended Output.
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Parameter
min
typ
max
Units
Headphone-Amp Characteristics: RL=16Ω, DAC → HPL/HPR pins, DATT=0dB
Output Voltage (Note 14)
0dBFS Input
0.82
Vrms
0.32
0.41
0.50
Vrms
−6dBFS Input
S/(N+D)
0dBFS Input
35
dB
50
60
dB
−6dBFS Input
S/N
(A-weighted)
80
90
dB
60
85
dB
Interchannel Isolation (−6dBFS Input)
0.1
dB
Interchannel Gain Mismatch (−6dBFS Input)
Load Resistance
16
Ω
Load Capacitance (Note 15)
300
pF
Headphone Detection: HDT pin
Comparator Voltage Level (Note 16)
0.99
2.31
V
Internal pull up Resistance
50
100
150
kΩ
Speaker-Amp Characteristics: RL=8Ω, BTL, DAC → MOUT2 pin → MIN pin → SPP/SPN pins, ALC2=OFF
Output Voltage (Note 17)
1.55
Vrms
−2.5dBFS Input
0.75
0.94
1.13
Vrms
−7.5dBFS Input
S/(N+D)
20
dB
−2.5dBFS Input
40
55
dB
−7.5dBFS Input
S/N
(A-weighted)
80
90
dB
Load Resistance
8
Ω
Load Capacitance (Note 15)
30
pF
Mono Output: DAC → MIX → MOUT2 pin
Output Voltage (Note 18)
1.98
Vpp
Load Resistance (Note 19)
30
kΩ
Load Capacitance (Note 15, Note 19)
20
pF
Mono Input: MIN pin
Maximum Input Voltage (Note 20)
1.98
Vpp
Input Resistance (Note 21)
12
24
36
kΩ
BEEP Input: BEEP pin, External input resistance = 20kΩ
Maximum Input Voltage (Note 22)
1.98
Vpp
Feedback Resistance
20
kΩ
Output Voltage (0.8Vpp input)
0.045
0.09
0.135
Vpp
BEEP pin → HPL/HPR pins
1.26
2.53
3.80
Vpp
BEEP pin → SPP/SPN pins, ALC2 bit = “0”
Note 14. Output voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vout = 0.12 x AVDD Vrms(typ)@−6dBFS.
Note 15. When the output pin drives a capacitive load, a resistor should be added in series between the output pin and
capacitive load.
Note 16. Comparator Voltage Level is proportional to HVDD voltage. Vth = 0.3 x HVDD(min), 0.7 x HVDD(max).
Note 17. Output voltage is proportional to HVDD voltage. Vout = 0.28 x AVDD Vrms(typ)@−6dBFS at Full-differential
output.
Note 18. Output Voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vout = 0.6 x AVDD(typ).
Note 19. These values do not include the input resistance or capacitance of the MIN pin.
Note 20. Maximum Input Voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vin = 0.6 x AVDD(typ).
Note 21. When ALC2 Gain is changed, this typical value changes between 22kΩ and 26kΩ.
Note 22. Maximum Input Voltage depends on AVDD voltage, internal feedback resistance (Rf) and external input
resistance (Ri). Vin = 0.6 x AVDD x Ri / Rf (typ).
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Parameter
Line Input: LIN, RIN pins
Maximum Input Voltage (Note 23)
Input Resistance
Step Size
Gain Control Range
max: GL4-0 bits = “00H”
min: GL4-0 bits = “1FH”
AUX Input: AUXIN+, AUXIN− pins
Maximum Input Voltage (Note 24)
Input Resistance
AUXIN+ pin
AUXIN− pin
Step Size
Gain Control Range
max: GN4-0 bits = “00H”
min: GN4-0 bits = “1FH”
Power Supplies:
Power Up (RESETN pin = “H”)
All Circuit Power-up:
AVDD+DVDD (Note 25)
HVDD: HP-AMP Normal Operation
No Output (Note 26)
HVDD: SPK-AMP Normal Operation
No Output (Note 27)
TSVDD
Internal VREF=OFF
Internal VREF=ON
Power Down (RESETN pin = “L”) (Note 28)
AVDD+DVDD+HVDD+TSVDD
min
typ
max
Units
25
0.5
1.98
40
1.5
55
2.5
Vpp
kΩ
dB
-
+12
−34.5
-
dB
dB
-
1.98
-
Vpp
25
50
0.5
40
80
1.5
55
110
2.5
kΩ
kΩ
dB
-
+12
−34.5
-
dB
dB
-
15
23
mA
-
2.5
5
mA
-
7
21
mA
-
0.16
0.23
0.4
0.4
mA
mA
-
1
100
μA
Note 23. Maximum Input Voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vin = 0.6 x AVDD(typ).
Note 24. Maximum Input Voltage is proportional to AVDD voltage. Vin = (AUXIN+) − (AUXIN−) = 0.6 x AVDD(typ).
Note 25. PR0-6 bits = all “0”, PMMIC=PMMO=PMSPK=PMHPL=PMHPR=PMBPM=PMAUX=PMLIN= “1”.
AVDD=10mA (typ.), DVDD=5mA (typ.).
Note 26. PR0-6 bits = all “0”, PMMIC=PMMO=PMHPL=PMHPR=PMBPM=PMAUX=PMLIN= “1”, PMSPK= “0”.
Note 27. PR0-6 bits = all “0”, PMMIC=PMMO=PMSPK=PMBPM=PMAUX=PMLIN= “1”, PMHPL=PMHPR= “0”.
Note 28. All digital input pins are fixed to DVDD or DVSS. When the voltage difference among AVDD, DVDD, HVDD
and TSVDD is larger than 0.3V, the power supply current at power down mode increases.
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ANALOG CHARACTERISTICS (TSC Block)
(Ta=25°C; AVDD, DVDD, HVDD, TSVDD=3.3V; AVSS=DVSS=HVSS=TSVSS=0V; External Vref=2.5V, unless
otherwise specified) fs=96kHz
Parameter
min
typ
max
Units
ADC for Touch Screen
Resolution
12
Bits
No Missing Codes
10
12
Bits
Integral Linearity Error
LSB
±5
DNL
LSB
±2
Analog Input Voltage Range
0
VREF
V
Offset Error
LSB
±6
Gain Error
LSB
±4
Touch Screen Driver
5
X+, Y+, RL=300Ω
Ω
5
X−, Y−, RL=300Ω
Ω
PSRR (10KHz 100mVpp)
70
dB
Reference Output
Internal Reference
2.425
2.50
2.575
V
Drift
30
ppm/°C
Load Capacitance
0.1
μF
Reference Input
Input Voltage Range
TSVDD
V
Battery Monitor
Input Voltage Range
5.0
V
Input Impedance (Battery Measure Mode)
5
10
kΩ
Accuracy (Note 29)
External VREF
%
±2
Internal VREF
%
±4
Note 29. Accuracy is the difference between the output code when 5 volts is input to the VBAT pin and the “ideal” code
at 1.25 volts.
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FILTER CHARACTERISTICS
(Ta=25°C; AVDD, HVDD, DVDD, TSVDD=2.7 ∼ 3.6V; fs=48kHz; DEM=OFF)
Parameter
Symbol
min
typ
ADC Digital Filter (Decimation LPF):
Passband (Note 30)
PB
0
±0.1dB
−1.0dB
21.8
−3.0dB
23.0
Stopband
SB
29.4
Passband Ripple
PR
Stopband Attenuation
SA
65
Group Delay (Note 31)
GD
17.0
Group Delay Distortion
0
ΔGD
ADC Digital Filter (HPF):
Frequency Response (Note 30) −3.0dB
FR
1.0
6.5
−0.1dB
DAC Digital Filter:
Passband (Note 30)
PB
0
±0.1dB
24.0
−6.0dB
Stopband
SB
25.2
Passband Ripple
PR
Stopband Attenuation
SA
59
Group Delay (Note 31)
GD
16.8
DAC Digital Filter + SCF:
FR
Frequency Response: 0 ∼ 20.0kHz
±1.0
BOOST Filter: (Note 32)
Frequency Response
MIN
20Hz
FR
5.80
100Hz
3.17
1kHz
0.03
MID
FR
20Hz
10.85
100Hz
7.23
1kHz
0.18
MAX 20Hz
FR
16.14
100Hz
11.05
1kHz
0.47
max
Units
18.9
±0.1
-
kHz
kHz
kHz
kHz
dB
dB
1/fs
μs
-
Hz
Hz
21.3
±0.01
-
kHz
kHz
kHz
dB
dB
1/fs
-
dB
-
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
Note 30. The passband and stopband frequencies scale with fs (system sampling rate).
For example, ADC is PB=0.454 × fs (@−1.0dB). The reference frequency of these responses is 1kHz.
Note 31. The calculated delay time caused by digital filtering. This time is from the input of analog signal to setting of the
16-bit data of both channels to the output register of the ADC. This time includes the group delay of the HPF. For
the DAC, this time is from setting the 16-bit data of both channels from the input register to the output of analog
signal.
Note 32. These frequency responses scale with fs. If a high-level and low frequency signal is input, the analog output clips
to the full-scale.
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DC CHARACTERISTICS
(Ta=25°C; AVDD, HVDD, DVDD, TSVDD=2.7 ∼ 3.6V)
Parameter
Symbol
min
High-Level Input Voltage
VIH
70%DVDD
Low-Level Input Voltage
VIL
Input Voltage at AC Coupling (Note 33)
VAC
50%DVDD
High-Level Output Voltage
VOH
(Iout=−400μA)
DVDD−0.4
Low-Level Output Voltage
VOL
(Iout=400μA)
Input Leakage Current
Iin
Tri-state Leakage Current (TSC block)
All pins except for XP, YP, XN, YN pins
IOLK
−10
XP, YP, XN, YN pins
IOLK
−50
VOLP
INTN “L” level output voltage (100kΩ Pull-Up)
typ
-
max
30%DVDD
0.4
±10
Units
V
V
V
V
V
μA
-
+10
+50
0.8
μA
μA
V
Note 33. The external clock is input to MCKI pin via AC coupled capacitor.
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SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS
(Ta=25°C; AVDD, HVDD, DVDD, TSVDD=2.7 ∼ 3.6V; CL=25pF)
Parameter
Symbol
min
Master Clock Timing
Frequency
PLL1 pin = “L”, PLL0 pin = “L”
Fmclk
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin = “L”
Fmclk
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin= “H”
Fmclk
Duty Cycle
Dmclk
40
AC link Interface Timing
BITCLK frequency
Fbclk
BITCLK clock Period (Tbclk=1/Fbclk)
Tbclk
BIT_BLK low pulse width
Tclk_low
36
BIT_BLK low pulse width
Tclk_high
36
BITCLK rise time
Trise_clk
BITCLK fall time
Tfall_clk
SYNC frequency
Fsync
SYNC low pulse width
Tsync_low
SYNC high pulse width
SYNC rise time
SYNC fall time
Setup time (SYNC, SDATAOUT)
Hold time (SYNC, SDATAOUT)
SDATAIN delay time from BITCLK rising
edge
SDATAIN rise time
SDATAIN fall time
SDATAOUT rise time
SDATAOUT fall time
Cold Reset (SDATAOUT = “L”, SYNC = “L”)
RESETN active low pulse width
RESETN inactive to BITCLK delay
PLL1 pin = “L” (External clock)
PLL1 pin = “L” (X’tal oscillator)
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin = “L”
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin = “H”
Warm Reset Timing
SYNC active high pulse width
SYNC inactive to BITCLK delay
PLL1 pin = “L” (External clock)
PLL1 pin = “L” (X’tal oscillator)
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin = “L”
PLL1 pin = “H”, PLL0 pin = “H”
AC-link Low Power Mode Timing
End of Slot 2 to BITCLK, SDATAIN Low
Activate Test Mode Timing
Setup to trailing edge of RESETN
Hold from RESETN rising edge
Rising edge of RESETN to Hi-Z
Falling edge of RESETN to “L”
typ
max
Units
24.576
3.6864
12
-
60
MHz
MHz
MHz
%
45
45
6
6
-
6
6
15
MHz
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
kHz
μs
(Tbclk)
μs
(Tbclk)
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
Tsync_high
-
Trise_sync
Tfall_sync
Tsetup
Thold
Tdelay
14
25
-
12.288
81.38
40.7
40.7
48
19.5
(240 cycle)
1.3
(16 cycle)
-
Trise_din
Tfall_din
Trise_dout
Tfall_dout
-
-
6
6
6
6
ns
ns
ns
ns
Trst_low
1.0
-
-
μs
Trst2clk
Trst2clk
Trst2clk
Trst2clk
-
42
0.5
9.5
3.2
-
μs
ms
ms
ms
Tsync_high
1.0
1.3
(16 cycle)
-
μs
(Tbclk)
Trst2clk
Tsync2clk
Tsync2clk
Tsync2clk
-
42
0.5
9.5
3.2
-
μs
ms
ms
ms
Ts2_pdwn
-
-
1.0
μs
Tsetup2rst
Thold2rst
Toff
Tlow
15.0
100
-
-
50
50
ns
ns
ns
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■ Timing Diagram
1/Fmclk
VIH
MCKI
VIL
Tmclkh
Tmclkl
Dmclk = Tmclkh x Fmclk x 100
= Tmclkl x Fmclk x 100
Figure 3. Master Clock Timing
Tbclk = 1/Fbclk
Tclk_high
Tclk_low
BITCLK
50%DVDD
Figure 4. BITCLK Timing
Tsync_high
Tsync_low
SYNC
VIH
VIL
1/Fsync
Figure 5. SYNC Timing
Tdelay
Tsetup
VIH
BITCLK
VIL
VIH
SDATAIN
VIL
Thold
VIH
SDATAOUT,
SYNC
VIL
Figure 6. Setup and Hold Timing
Trise_clk
Tfall_clk
90%DVDD
10%DVDD
BITCLK
Trise_sync
SYNC
Trise_din
90%DVDD
10%DVDD
SDATAIN
Tfall_sync
Trise_dout
90%DVDD
10%DVDD
Tfall_din
Tfall_dout
SDATAOUT
90%DVDD
10%DVDD
Figure 7. Signal Rise and Fall Times
(25pF external load; between 10%DVDD and 90%DVDD)
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Trst_low
Trst2clk
RESET#
VIL
SDATAOUT= “L”
SYNC= “L”
BITCLK
Figure 8. Cold Reset Timing
Tsync_high
Tsync2clk
SYNC
VIH
BITCLK
Figure 9. Warm Reset Timing
Slot
Slot
Ts2_pdwn
BITCLK
SDATAOUT
Write to 0x26
Data PR4=1
Don’t care
SDATAIN
Figure 10. AC-link Low Power Mode Timing
RESET#
VIH
VIL
SDATAOUT
VIH
Tsetup2rst Thold2rst
SDATAIN
BITCLK
HI-Z
VIL
Tlow
Toff
Figure 11. Activate Test Mode Timing
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OPERATION OVERVIEW
■ Master Clock Source
The AK4650 requires a master clock (MCLK). This master clock is input to the AK4650 by the following three methods:
(1) Connect a X’tal oscillator between XTI and XTO pins.
(2) Input an external CMOS-level clock to the XTI pin.
(3) Input an external clock whose amplitude is greater than 50%DVDD to the XTI pin with AC coupling.
When using a X’tal oscillator, there should be capacitors between XTI/XTO pins and DVSS (Figure 12).
Master Clock
X’tal Oscillator
(PLL1 pin = “L”)
External Clock Direct Input
(PLL1 pin = “L”)
Status
PR5 bit
(Figure 12)
Oscillator ON
0
Oscillator OFF
1
(Figure 13)
Clock is input to MCKI pin.
0
MCKI pin is fixed to “L”.
1
MCKI pin is fixed to “H”.
1
MCKI pin is Hi-Z
1
External Clock Direct Input (Figure 14)
Clock is input to MCKI pin.
0
(PLL1 pin = “H”)
MCKI pin is fixed to “L”.
0
MCKI pin is fixed to “H”.
0
MCKI pin is Hi-Z
0
AC Coupling Input
(Figure 15)
Clock is input to MCKI pin.
0
(PLL1 pin = “L”)
Clock isn’t input to MCKI pin.
1
Table 1. Master Clock Status by PR5 bit and MCKPD bit
MCKPD bit
0
1
0
0/1
0
1
0
0/1
0
1
0
1
(1) X’tal Oscillator (PLL1 pin = “L”)
XTI
MCKPD = "0"
C
PR5 = "0"
25kΩ (typ)
C
PLL1 = "L"
XTO
PLL1 = "L"
AK4650
Figure 12. X’tal mode
Note 34. The capacitor values depend on the X’tal oscillator used. (C : typ. 10 ∼ 30pF)
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(2) External Clock Direct Input
(2-1)
PLL1 pin = “L”
MCKI
External
Clock
MCKPD = "0"
PR5 = "0"
25kΩ (typ)
PLL1 = "L"
XTO
PLL1 = "L"
AK4650
Figure 13. External Clock mode (PLL1 pin = “L”, Input : CMOS Level)
Note 35. This clock level must not exceed DVDD level.
(2-2)
PLL1 pin = “H”
MCKI
External
Clock
MCKPD = "0"
PR5 = "0"
25kΩ (typ)
PLL1 = "H"
PLL0
PLL1 = "H"
AK4650
Figure 14. External Clock mode (PLL1 pin = “H”, Input : CMOS Level)
Note 36. This clock level must not exceed DVDD level.
(3) AC Coupling Input (PLL1 pin = “L”)
C
MCKI
External
Clock
MCKPD = "0"
PR5 = "0"
25kΩ (typ)
PLL1 = "L"
XTO
PLL1 = "L"
AK4650
Figure 15. External Clock mode (Input : ≥ 50%DVDD)
Note 37. This clock level must not exceed DVDD level.
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■ System Clock
A fully integrated analog phase locked loop (PLL) generates a clock that is selected by the PLL1-0 pins (Table 2).
When the external master clock is used, the PLL should be powered-up after the external master clock is input. It takes
0.5ms(typ) for X’tal oscillator to be stable after PR5 bit = “0” which depends on the X’tal. The PLL needs 9ms lock time,
whenever the sampling frequency changes or the PLL is powered-up (VRA bit = “0” → “1”).
When the clock input to MCKI pin stops during normal operation of AC-Link (PR4 = PR5 bits = “0”), the internal PLL
continues to oscillate (a few MHz), and BITCLK output goes to “L” (Table 3).
MCLK and SYNC must be present whenever the ADC or DAC is operating (PR0 = PR1 = PR3 = PR4 = PR5 bits = “0”).
If these clocks are not provided, the AK4650 may draw excess current due to its use of internal dynamically refreshed
logic. If the external clocks are not present, the ADC and DAC must be placed in the power-down mode by setting PR0-6
bits.
PLL1 pin
PLL0 pin
MCKI
L
24.576MHz
L
H
N/A
L
3.6864MHz
H
H
12MHz
Table 2. MCKI Input Frequency
Refer to Table 1
BITCLK pin
Power up
Frequency set by PLL1-0
pins (Table 2)
12.288MHz Output
SYNC pin
Input
Fixed to “L” or “H” externally
MCKI pin
Power down
“L”
PLL Unlock
Frequency set by PLL1-0 pins
(Table 2)
“L”
Input
or
Fixed to “L” or “H” externally
Table 3. Clock Operation
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■ Audio Sample Rate
Sample Rate for DAC and ADC is controlled by register 2CH and 32H, respectively. 16bit data in D15(MSB) to D0 show
unsigned value from 0 to 65535, representing the exact sampling frequency in Hz. These sample rate setting is done at
VRA bit = “1” of Extended Audio Status and Control Register(2Ah).
Sample Rate (kHz)
Data in D15 – D0
8.0
1F40H
11.025
2B11H
16.0
3E80H
22.05
5622H
24.0
5DC0H
32.0
7D00H
44.1
AC44H
48.0
BB80H
Table 4. Audio Sample Rate
The AK4650 supports these discrete frequencies. When any other codes is written in this register, the AK4650 operates at
the sampling rate rounded to the closest one in Table 4 by decoding only D15-12 bits. If D15-12 = 5H, the AK4650
operates at 22.05kHz or 24kHz when D11 = “0” or “1”, respectively (Table 5).
D15 – D12
0H,1H
2H
3H
4H
D11
Sample Rate (kHz)
x
8.0
x
11.025
x
16.0
x
22.05
0
22.05
5H
1
24.0
6H
x
24.0
7H,8H
x
32.0
9H,AH
x
44.1
BH-FH
x
48.0
Table 5. Audio Sample Rate (x: Don’t care)
At VRA bit = “0”, 2CH and 32H are fixed to “BB80H” and cannot be written. When VRA bit is set to “0”, 2CH and 32H
register are set to “BB80H” automatically.
And the change of sample rate will be executed on the fly.
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■ Power Management
Power management of each block is controlled via 26H and 60H register.
ADC
DAC
VCM
XTL
PLL
AC-Link
HP
SPK
MIC
Line In
AUXIN
Mono Out
BEEP
TSC
PR0 = “1”
PD
PU
PU
PU
VRA
PU
PMHPL/R
PMSPK
PMMIC
PMLIN
PMAUX
PMMO
PMBPM
PM12AD
PR1 = “1”
PU
PD
PU
PU
VRA
PU
PMHPL/R
PMSPK
PMMIC
PMLIN
PMAUX
PMMO
PMBPM
PM12AD
PR2 = “1”
PR3 = “1”
PU
PD
PU
PD
PU
PD
PU
PU
VRA
PD
PU
PU(Note 38)
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PD
PM12AD
PD
Table 6. Power Management
PR4 = “1”
PD
PD
PU
PU
VRA
PD
PMHPL/R
PMSPK
PMMIC
PMLIN
PMAUX
PMMO
PMBPM
PM12AD
PR5 = “1”
PD
PD
PU
PD
PD
PD
PMHPL/R
PMSPK
PMMIC
PMLIN
PMAUX
PMMO
PMBPM
PM12AD
PR6 = “1”
PU
PU
PU
PU
VRA
PU
PD
PMSPK
PMMIC
PMLIN
PMAUX
PMMO
PMBPM
PM12AD
PD: Power Down
PU: Power Up
PM*: depends on each PM bit.
VRA
VRA bit = “1”: PLL Power Up
VRA bit = “0”: PLL Power Down
Note 38. When PLL1 pin = “H”(MCKI=3.6864MHz or 12MHz), AC-Link is powered-down by PR3 bit = “1”.
■ Digital High Pass Filter
The ADC has a digital high pass filter for DC offset cancellation. The cut-off frequency of the HPF is 1.0Hz @fs=48kHz
and scales with sampling rate (fs).
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■ MIC Input
ATTM bit
AK4650
MICM bit
MOUT+/−
ATT
INT pin
ALC1 bit
IPGA5-0 bits
MDIF bit MGAIN bit
MSEL bit
+20dB/0dB IPGA with ALC
ATTS2-0 bits MICL bit
ATT
HP, SP
MICAD bit
ADC
EXT pin
MICOUT pin
AIN pin
Figure 16. Microphone Input
The AK4650 has the following functions for Mic Input.
(1) 2 Inputs Selector. The switch configure is controlled by MDIF and MSEL bits (Table 9).
(2) 1st MIC Amplifier with +20dB gain, The gain can be selected ON/OFF by MGAIN bit (Table 10).
(3) IPGA with ALC. This volume is controlled by IPGA5-0 bits (Table 14).
(4) Attenuator for stereo mixer. The volume is controlled by ATTS2-0 bits (Table 7).
(5) Attenuator for mono mixer. The attenuator level is 4dB and the ON/OFF is controlled by ATTM bit (Table 8).
ATTS2-0
Attenuation
STEP
0H
−6dB
1H
−9dB
(default)
2H
−12dB
3H
−15dB
3dB
4H
−18dB
5H
−21dB
6H
−24dB
7H
−27dB
Table 7. Attenuator Table (IPGA → Stereo Mixer)
ATTM
Attenuation
0
0dB
(default)
1
−4dB
Table 8. Attenuator Table (IPGA → Mono Mixer)
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■ MIC Input Selector
AK4650 has mic input selector in front of mic amp. MSEL bit selects internal or external mic (Figure 17). When MDIF bit
= “1”, INT and EXT pins become MIC− and MIC+ pins, respectively, and differential input is available (Figure 18).
MDIF bit
MSEL bit
Selector
0
INT
(default)
0
1
EXT
1
x
Differential
Table 9. MIC Input Selector (x: Don’t care)
AK4650
MPE pin
MPI pin
INT pin
MIC-Amp
EXT pin
MDT pin
DTMIC bit
500k
0.2V(typ)
Figure 17. MIC Input (MDIF bit = “0”: Single-ended Input)
AK4650
MPI pin
MIC-Amp
MIC− pin
MIC+ pin
Figure 18. MIC Input (MDIF bit = “1”: Differential Input)
Note 39. In case of differential input, MGAIN bit should be set to “1”.
Maximum input voltage of each input pin is | (MIC+) − (MIC−) | = 0.198Vpp(typ)@AVDD=3.3V.
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■ MIC Gain Amplifier
The AK4650 has a Gain Amplifier for Microphone input. The gain is 0dB or +20dB, selected by the MGAIN bit. The
typical input impedance is 30kΩ.
MGAIN bit
Input Gain
0
0dB
(default)
1
+20dB
Table 10. MIC Input Gain
■ MIC Power
The MPI and MPE pins supply power for the Microphone. These output voltages are 2.2V (typ) and load resistance is
2kΩ (min). MPWRI and MPWRE bits control output from MPI and MPE pins, respectively. When LNMP bit = “1”, MPE
pin becomes LIN pin.
PMMIC bit
0
MPWRI bit
MPI pin
x
Hi-Z
(default)
0
Hi-Z
1
1
Output
Table 11. Internal Microphone Power Supply (x: Don’t care)
PMMIC bit
0
MPWRE bit
MPE pin
x
Hi-Z
(default)
0
Hi-Z
1
1
Output
Table 12. External Microphone Power Supply (x: Don’t care)
■ MIC Detection Function
The AK4650 includes the detection function of microphone.
Example of the detection of external microphone.
(1) MPWRE bit = “1”.
(2) MPE drives external microphone.
(3) DTMIC bit is set by Table 13.
Input Level of MDT
DTMIC bit
External microphone
> 0.247V
1
Connect
< 0.165V
0
Disconnect
Table 13. Microphone detection result
When RNMD bit = “1”, MDT pin becomes RIN pin.
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■ Manual Mode
The AK4650 becomes a manual mode at ALC1 bit = “0”. The mode is used in the case shown below.
(1) After exiting reset state, set up the registers for the ALC1 operation (ZTM1-0, LMTH and etc)
(2) When the registers for the ALC1 operation (Limiter period, Recovery period and etc) are changed.
For example; When the change of the sampling frequency.
(3) When IPGA is used as a manual volume.
When writing to the IPGA5-0 bits continually, the control register should be written by an interval more than zero
crossing timeout.
MICMT
0
1
IPGA5-0
GAIN (dB)
STEP
3FH
+27.5
3EH
+27.0
0.5dB
:
:
09H
+0.5
08H
+0.0
07H
−1.0
06H
−2.0
1.0dB
:
:
01H
−7.0
00H
−8.0
x
MUTE
Table 14. IPGA Volume (x: Don’t care)
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■ MIC-ALC Operation
The ALC (Automatic Level Control) of MIC input is done by ALC1 block when ALC1 bit is “1”.
(1) ALC1 Limiter Operation
When the ALC1 limiter is enabled, and IPGA output exceeds the ALC1 limiter detection level (LMTH bit: Table 15), the
IPGA value is attenuated by the amount defined in the ALC1 limiter ATT step (LMAT1-0 bits: Table 16) automatically.
When the ZELMN bit = “1”, the timeout period is set by the LTM1-0 bits (Table 17). The operation for attenuation is
done continuously until the IPGA output signal level becomes LMTH or less. If the ALC1 bit does not change into “0”
after completing the attenuation, the attenuation operation repeats while the IPGA output signal level equals or exceeds
LMTH.
When the ZELMN bit = “0”, the timeout period is set by the ZTM1-0 bits (Table 18). This enables the zero-crossing
attenuation function so that the IPGA value is attenuated at the zero-detect points of the waveform.
LMTH
0
1
ALC1 Limiter Detection Level
ALC1 Recovery Waiting Counter Reset Level
ADC Input ≥ −6.0dBFS
−6.0dBFS > ADC Input ≥ −8.0dBFS
ADC Input ≥ −4.0dBFS
−4.0dBFS > ADC Input ≥ −6.0dBFS
Table 15. ALC1 Limiter Detection Level / Recovery Waiting Counter Reset Level
(default)
LMAT1
LMAT0
ATT STEP
0
0
0.5dB
(default)
0
1
1.0dB
1
0
1.5dB
1
1
2.0dB
Table 16. ALC1 Limiter ATT Step Setting
Note: When IPGA gain is 0dB or less, ALC1 limiter ATT step is fixed to 1 regardless as LMAT1-0 bits.
ALC1 Limiter Operation Period
8kHz
16kHz
44.1kHz
0
0
0.5/fs
(default)
63μs
31μs
11μs
0
1
1/fs
125μs
63μs
23μs
1
0
2/fs
250μs
125μs
45μs
1
1
4/fs
500μs
250μs
91μs
Table 17. ALC1 Limiter Operation Period at zero crossing disable (ZELMN bit = “1”)
LTM1
LTM0
ZTM1
ZTM0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
Zero Crossing Timeout Period
8kHz
16kHz
128/fs
16ms
8ms
256/fs
32ms
16ms
512/fs
64ms
32ms
1024/fs
128ms
64ms
Table 18. Zero Crossing Timeout Period
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44.1kHz
2.9ms
5.8ms
11.6ms
23.2ms
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(2) ALC1 Recovery Operation
The ALC1 recovery refers to the amount of time that the AK4650 will allow a signal to exceed a predetermined limiting
value prior to enabling the limiting function. The ALC1 recovery operation uses the WTM1-0 bits to define the wait
period used after completing an ALC1 limiter operation (Table 19). If the input signal does not exceed the “ALC1
Recovery Waiting Counter Reset Level” (LMTH: Table 15), the ALC1 recovery operation starts. The IPGA value
increases automatically by the recovery gain step (RGAIN bit: Table 20) with zero crossing operation (timeout is set by
ZTM1-0: Table 18) during this operation up to the reference level (REF5-0 bit: Table 21). The ALC1 recovery operation
is done at a period set by the WTM1-0 bits. Zero crossing is detected during WTM1-0 period, the ALC1 recovery
operation waits WTM1-0 period and the next recovery operation starts.
During the ALC1 recovery operation, when input signal level exceeds the ALC1 limiter detection level (LMTH), the
ALC1 recovery operation changes immediately into an ALC1 limiter operation.
In the case of
(Recovery waiting counter reset level) ≤ (IPGA Output Level) < (Limiter detection level)
during the ALC1 recovery operation, the wait timer for the ALC1 recovery operation is reset. Therefore, in the case of
(Recovery waiting counter reset level) > (IPGA Output Level),
the wait timer for the ALC1 recovery operation starts.
The ALC1 operation corresponds to the impulse noise. When the impulse noise is input, the ALC1 recovery operation
becomes faster than a normal recovery operation.
WTM1
WTM0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
ALC1 Recovery Operation Waiting Period
8kHz
16kHz
44.1kHz
128/fs
16ms
8ms
2.9ms
256/fs
32ms
16ms
5.8ms
512/fs
64ms
32ms
11.6ms
1024/fs
128ms
64ms
23.2ms
Table 19. ALC1 Recovery Operation Waiting Period
(default)
RGAIN
GAIN STEP
0
0.5dB
(default)
1
1.0dB
Table 20. ALC1 Recovery Gain Step Setting
REF5-0
GAIN (dB)
STEP
3DH
+26.5
3CH
+26.0
:
:
0.5dB
2DH
+19.0
(default)
:
:
05H
+0.5
04H
+0.0
03H
−1.0
02H
−2.0
1.0dB
:
:
01H
−7.0
00H
−8.0
Table 21. Setting Reference Value at ALC1 Recovery Operation
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(3) Example of ALC1 Operation
Table 22 shows the examples of the ALC1 setting. In case of this examples, ALC1 operation starts from 0dB.
Register
Name
LMTH
LTM1-0
ZELMN
ZTM1-0
WTM1-0
REF5-0
IPGA5-0
LMAT1-0
RGAIN
ALC1
Comment
Data
1
00
fs=8kHz
Operation
−4dBFS
Don’t use
Data
1
00
fs=16kHz
Operation
−4dBFS
Don’t use
Limiter detection Level
Limiter operation period at ZELMN
bit = “1”
Limiter zero crossing detection
0
Enable
0
Zero crossing timeout period
00
16ms
01
Recovery waiting period
*WTM1-0 bits should be the same
00
16ms
01
data as ZTM1-0 bits
Maximum gain at recovery operation
3DH
+26.5dB
3DH
Gain of IPGA at ALC1 operation start 37H
0dB
37H
Limiter ATT Step
00
0.5dB
00
Recovery GAIN Step
0
0.5dB
0
ALC1 Enable bit
1
Enable
1
Table 22. Example of the ALC1 setting
fs=44.1kHz
Data
Operation
1
−4dBFS
00
Don’t use
Enable
16ms
0
10
Enable
11.6ms
16ms
10
11.6ms
+26.5dB
0dB
0.5dB
0.5dB
Enable
3DH
37H
00
0
1
+26.5dB
0dB
0.5dB
0.5dB
Enable
The following registers should not be changed during the ALC1 operation. These bits should be changed, after the ALC1
operation is finished by ALC1 bit = “0” or PMMIC bit = “0”.
• LTM1-0, LMTH, LMAT1-0, WTM1-0, ZTM1-0, RGAIN, REF5-0, ZELMN bits
IPGA gain at ALC1 operation start can be changed from the default value of IPGA5-0 bits while PMMIC bit is “1” and
ALC1 bit is “0”. When ALC1 bit is changed from “1” to “0”, IPGA holds the last gain value set by ALC1 operation.
Example:
Limiter = Zero crossing Enable
Recovery Cycle = 16ms @ fs= 8kHz
Limiter and Recovery Step = 0.5dB
Maximum Gain = +26.5dB
Limiter Detection Level = −4dBFS
Manual Mode
ALC bit = “1”
WR (ZTM1-0, WTM1-0, LTM1-0)
(1) Addr=66H, Data=4100H
WR (REF5-0)
(2) Addr=64H, Data=3D31H
WR (IPGA5-0)
* The value of IPGA should be
(3) Addr=0EH, Data=0077H
the same or smaller than REF’s
WR (ALC1= “1”, LMAT1-0, RGAIN, LMTH, ZELMN)
(4) Addr=66H, Data=6100H
ALC1 Operation
Note : WR : Write
Figure 19. Registers set-up sequence at ALC1 operation
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■ De-emphasis Filter
The AK4650 includes the digital de-emphasis filter (tc = 50/15μs) by IIR filter. Setting the DEM1-0 bits enables the
de-emphasis filter (Table 23).
DEM1
0
0
1
1
DEM0
Mode
0
44.1kHz
1
OFF
(default)
0
48kHz
1
32kHz
Table 23. De-emphasis Control
■ Bass Boost Function
The BST1-0 bits control the amount of low frequency boost applied to the DAC output signal (Table 24). If the BST1-0
bits are set to “10” (MID Level), AC-coupling capacitor can be sized down to 47μF. If the boosted signal exceeds the full
scale, the analog output clips to the full scale. Figure 20 shows the boost frequency response at –20dB signal input.
Boost Filter (fs=48kHz)
20
MAX
15
Gain [dB]
MID
10
MIN
5
0
-5
10
100
1000
10000
Frequency [Hz]
Figure 20. Bass Boost Frequency (fs=48kHz)
BST1
0
0
1
1
BST0
Mode
0
OFF
1
MIN
0
MID
1
MAX
Table 24. Bass Boost Control
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■ Digital Attenuator
The AK4650 has a channel-independent digital attenuator (128 levels, 0.5dB step, Mute). The attenuation level of each
channel can be set by the ATTL/R6-0 bits (Table 25). When the DATTC bit = “1”, the ATTL6-0 bits control both Lch and
Rch attenuation levels. When the DATTC bit = “0”, the ATTL6-0 bits control Lch level and ATTR6-0 bits control Rch
level.
ATTL/R6-0
Attenuation
STEP
00H
0dB
01H
−0.5dB
02H
−1.0dB
0.5dB
:
:
7DH
−62.5dB
7EH
−63.0dB
7FH
MUTE (−∞)
Table 25. DATT Attenuation Table
(default)
The ATS bit sets the transition time between set values of ATTL/R6-0 bits as either 531/fs or 128/fs (Table 26). When
ATS bit = “0”, a soft transition between the set values occurs (531 levels). It takes 531/fs ([email protected]=48kHz) from
00H(0dB) to 7FH(MUTE).
ATT speed
0dB to MUTE
1 step
0
531/fs
4/fs
(default)
1
128/fs
29/fs
Table 26. Transition time between set values of ATTL/R6-0 bits
ATS
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■ Soft Mute
Soft mute operation is performed in the digital domain. When the SMUTE bit goes to “1”, the output signal is attenuated
by −∞ (“0”) during the cycle set by the TM1-0 bits (Table 27). When the SMUTE bit is returned to “0”, the mute is
cancelled and the output attenuation gradually changes to 0dB during the cycle set of the TM1-0 bits. If the soft mute is
cancelled within the cycle set by the TM1-0 bits after starting the operation, the attenuation is discontinued and returned
to 0dB. The soft mute is effective for changing the signal source without stopping the signal transmission (Figure 21).
The soft mute function is independent of output volume and cascade connected between both functions.
S M U T E bit
TM 1-0 bit
0dB
TM 1-0 bit
(1)
(3)
A ttenuation
-∞
GD
(2)
GD
A nalog O utput
Figure 21. Soft Mute Function
Note:
(1) The output signal is attenuated until -∞ (“0”) by the cycle set by the TM1-0 bits.
(2) Analog output corresponding to digital input has the group delay (GD).
(3) If the soft mute is cancelled within the cycle of setting the TM1-0 bits, the attenuation is discounted and returned to
0dB(the set value).
TM1
0
0
1
1
TM0
Cycle
0
1024/fs
(default)
1
512/fs
0
256/fs
1
128/fs
Table 27. Soft Mute Time Setting
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■ AUX Input
AK4650
ADC
AUXIN+ pin
AUXIN− pin
AUXAD bit
AUXMT, GN4-0 bits
Volume
HP, SP
AUXL bit
Figure 22. AUX Input
AUX input is a differential input. The AK4650 has a volume for AUX Input. This Volume is controlled by GN4-0 bits as
shown in Table 28. The switching noise occurs when GN4-0 bits are changed.
AUXMT
0
1
GN4-0
GAIN (dB)
STEP
00H
+12.0
01H
+10.5
02H
+9.0
1.5dB
:
:
08H
+0.0
:
:
1EH
−33.0
1FH
−34.5
x
MUTE
Table 28. AUX Input Gain Setting (x: Don’t care)
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■ Stereo Line Input
AK4650
LIN pin
HP Lch, SP
LNMT, GL4-0 bits
Volume
RIN pin
HP Rch, SP
LNMT, GR4-0 bits
Volume
Figure 23. Stereo Line Input
When LNMP bit is “1”, MPE pin becomes LIN pin. When RNMD bit is “1”, MDT pin becomes RIN pin. LIN/RIN is
single-ended input. The AK4650 has a volume for Stereo Line Input. This Volume is controlled by GL4-0 and GR4-0 bits
as shown in Table 28. The switching noise occurs when GL4-0 or GR4-0 bits are changed.
LNMT
0
1
GL/GR4-0
GAIN (dB)
STEP
00H
+12.0
01H
+10.5
02H
+9.0
1.5dB
:
:
08H
+0.0
:
:
1EH
−33.0
1FH
−34.5
x
MUTE
Table 29. Stereo Line Input Volume Setting (x: Don’t care)
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■ BEEP Input
When the PMBPM bit is set to “1”, mono beep input is powered up. And when the BPMHP bit is set to “1”, the signal
from the BEEP pin is input to Headphone-amp. When the BPMSP bit is set to “1”, the signal from the BEEP pin is input
to Speaker output. The external resisters Ri adjust the signal level of each BEEP input that are mixed to Headphone and
Speaker outputs.
The signal from the BEEP pin is mixed to the Headphone-amp through a –20dB gain stage. The signal from the BEEP pin
is mixed to the Speaker-amp without gain. The internal feedback resistance is 20kΩ ± 30%. When BPMT bit is “1”, BEEP
input is muted.
When INBP bit is “1”, BEEP pin becomes IN2 pin.
AK4650
HP Lch
BPMHP bit
-20dB
HP Rch
Rf
Ri
SP
BEEP pin
BPMSP bit
Figure 24. Block Diagram of BEEP pins
(Rf = 20kΩ ± 30%)
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■ MONO LINE OUTPUT (MOUT+ and MOUT− pins)
MICOUT pin
AIN pin
AK4650
MIC In
ATT
+20dB/0dB
IPGA5-0 bits
ATTM bit
DAMO bit
MICM bit
1/2
MOUT+ pin
ATT+DAC
MOUT− pin
1/2
MOGN2-0 bits
+6dB to –15dB
Figure 25. Mono Output
Mono mixer mixes signals from MIC In, DAC Lch and Rch. This mixed signal is output from the MOUT+ and MOUT–
pins, creating a differential output. Either the MOUT+ or MOUT– pin can be also used as single-ended output. Load
resistance is 20kΩ(min). When PMMO bit is “0”, mono output is powered-down and MOUT+/– pins become Hi-Z.
PMMO
0
1
MOMT
x
1
0
Mode
MOUT+/MOUT− pin
Power-down
Hi-Z
Mute
VCOM
Normal operation
Normal operation
Table 30. Mono Output Setting
(default)
Volume of path from DAC is controlled by ATTL7-0 and ATTR7-0 bits (Table 25). Volume of path from IPGA is
controlled by ATTM bit (Table 8). Mono output amp has +6dB to –15dB gain that are set by the MOGN2-0 bits (Table
31).
MOGN2-0
0H
1H
2H
3H
4H
5H
6H
7H
GAIN (dB)
STEP
+6.0
+3.0
+0.0
−3.0
3dB
−6.0
−9.0
−12.0
−15.0
Table 31. Mono Output Gain Control
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■ Headphone Output
Power supply voltage for the Headphone-amp is supplied from the HVDD pin and centered on the MUTET voltage. The
Headphone-amp output load resistance is min.16Ω. When the HPMT bit is “1” at PMHPL=PMHPR= “1”, the common
voltage rises to 0.44 x AVDD. When the HPMT bit is “1”, the common voltage of Headphone-amp falls and the outputs
(HPL and HPR pins) go to HVSS.
A capacitor between the MUTET pin and ground reduces pop noise at power-up/down. It is
recommended that the capacitor with small variation of capacitance and low ESR (Equivalent Series
Resistance) over all temperature range, since the rise and fall time in Table 32 depend on the
capacitance and ESR of the external capacitor at MUTET pin.
100k x C (typ)
tr: Rise Time up to 0.44 x AVDD
tf: Fall Time down to 0V
200k x C (typ)
Table 32. Headphone-Amp Rise/Fall Time
[Example]: A capacitor between the MUTET pin and ground = 1.0μF:
Rise Time up to 0.44 x AVDD: tr = 100kΩ x 1μF = 100ms(typ)
Fall Time down to 0V: tf = 200kΩ x 1μF = 200ms(typ)
When PMHPL and PMHPR bits are “0”, the Headphone-amp is powered-down, and the outputs (HPL and HPR pins) go
to HVSS.
PMHPL/R bit
HPMT bit
0.44 x AVDD
HPL/R pin 0.22 x AVDD
tf
tr
(1) (2)
(3)
(4)
Figure 26. Power-up/Power-down Timing for Headphone-amp
(1) Headphone-amp power-up (PMHPL and PMHPR bits = “1”). The outputs are still HVSS.
(2) Headphone-amp common voltage rises up (HPMT bit = “0”). Common voltage of Headphone-amp is rising. This rise
time depends on the capacitor value connected with the MUTET pin. The rise time up to 0.44 x AVDD is tr = 100k x
C(typ) when the capacitor value on MUTET pin is “C”.
(3) Headphone-amp common voltage falls down (HPMT bit = “1”). Common voltage of Headphone-amp is falling to
HVSS. This fall time depends on the capacitor value connected with the MUTET pin. The fall time down to 0V is tf =
200k x C(typ) when the capacitor value on MUTET pin is “C”.
(4) Headphone-amp power-down (PMHPL, PMHPR bits = “0”). The outputs are HVSS. If the power supply is switched
off or Headphone-amp is powered-down before the common voltage goes to HVSS, some pop noise occurs.
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The cut-off frequency of Headphone-amp output depends on the external resistor and capacitor used. Table 33 shows the
cut off frequency and the output power for various resistor/capacitor combinations. The Headphone impedance RL is
16Ω. Output powers are shown at HVDD = 2.7, 3.0 and 3.3V. The output voltage of Headphone is 0.6 x AVDD (Vpp).
HP-AMP
R
C
Headphone
16Ω
AK4650
Figure 27. External Circuit Example of Headphone
R [Ω]
0
6.8
16
Output Power [mW]
fc [Hz]
fc [Hz]
BOOST=OFF
BOOST=MIN
2.7V
3.0V
220
45.2
17
27.9
34.5
100
99.5
42
100
69.8
28
13.7
17.0
47
148.5
74
100
49.7
19
7.0
8.6
47
105.8
46
Table 33. Relationship of external circuit, output power and frequency response
C [μF]
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3.3V
41.7
20.5
10.4
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■ Headphone Jack Detection
AK4650
HVDD
Headphone Jack
Not inserted
Inserted
100k
Pins 1 and 2
Short
Open
HDT pin
“L” (pulled-down by external 2.2k)
“H” (pulled-up by internal 100k)
HPDT bit
HDT pin
DTHPJ bit
HPL pin
6.8
47u
2.2k
HPR pin
6.8
1
2
3
4
5
Headphone Out
47u
2.2k
Figure 28. Headphone Jack Detection
Headphone jack detection sequence example:
(1) HPDT bit = “1”.
(2) HDT pin is pulled-up to HVDD by 100kΩ.
(3) DTHPJ bit indicates whether headphone jack is inserted or not.
Headphone jack detection result is reported to DTHPJ bit (Table 34). If HPINT bit is “1”, INTN pin becomes “L” when
headphone jack is detected.
Input Level of HDT
DTHPJ bit
Headphone Jack
< 0.3 x HVDD
0
Not inserted
> 0.7 x HVDD
1
Inserted
Table 34. Headphone Jack Detection Result
When ATSW bit is “1” at PMHPL=PMHPR=PMSPK= “1” and HPMT=SPPS= “0”, Headphone-amp and Speaker-amp
are automatically powered-up/down according to headphone jack detection result (Table 35, Table 36).
PMHPL
HPMT
HP-Amp
PMHPR
0
x
x
Power Down
0
1
Power Down
1
1
0
Power UP
Table 35. Headphone-amp automatic power-down (ATSW bit = “1”)
DTHPJ
DTHPJ
PMSPK
0
SPPS
SPK-Amp
X
Power Down
0
1
Power Save
1
0
Power UP
0
X
Power Down
1
1
X
Power Save
Table 36. Speaker-amp automatic power-save (ATSW bit = “1”)
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■ Speaker Output
Mono signal [(L+R)/2] converted from stereo DAC output and BEEP input signal can be output via Speaker-amp which
output is BTL. DAC output signal can be input to the Speaker-amp via the ALC2 circuit. This Speaker-amp can output a
maximum of [email protected] bit = “0” and [email protected] bit = “1”.
ALC2
Po
0
300mW
(default)
1
190mW
Table 37. Speaker-Amp Output Power
Speaker blocks (MOUT2, ALC2 and Speaker-amp) can be powered-up/down by controlling the PMSPK bit. When the
PMSPK bit is “0”, the MOUT2, SPP and SPN pins are placed in a Hi-Z state.
When the SPPS bit is “1”, the Speaker-amp is power-save-mode. In this mode, the SPP pin is placed in a Hi-Z state and
the SPN pin goes to HVDD/2 voltage. And then the Speaker output gradually changes to the HVDD/2 voltage and this
mode can reduce pop noise at power-up. When the AK4650 is powered-down, pop noise can be also reduced in
power-save-mode.
PMSPK
SPPS
Mode
SPP pin
SPN pin
0
x
Power-down
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
1
1
0
Power-save
Hi-Z
Normal operation
Normal operation
Table 38. Speaker Output Setting
(default
)
HVDD/2
Normal operation
PMSPK bit
SPPS bit
SPP pin
SPN pin
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
HVDD/2
HVDD/2
Hi-Z
Figure 29. Power-up/Power-down Timing for Speaker-amp
■ Mono Output (MOUT2 pin)
The mixed Lch/Rch signal of DAC is output from the MOUT2 pin. When the MO2 bit is “0”, this output is OFF and the
MOUT2 pin is forced to VCOM voltage. The load impedance is 10kΩ (min.). When the PMSPK bit is “0”, the
Speaker-amp enters power-down-mode and the output is placed in a Hi-Z state.
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■ ALC2 Operation
Input resistance of the ALC2 (MIN pin) is 24kΩ (typ) and centered around VCOM voltage. Figure 30 shows input-output
relationship at ALC2 operation (0dBV=1Vrms =2.828Vpp).
The limiter detection level is proportional to HVDD. The output level is limited by the ALC2 circuit when the
Speaker-amp output level exceeds [email protected]=3.3V. When a continuous signal of +1.8dBV or greater is input to
the ALC2 circuit, the output level is attenuated by ALC2 operation. The change period of the ALC2 limiter operation is
set by the ROTM bit and the attenuation level is 0.5dB/step (Table 39).
When the Speaker-amp output level is equal to or lower than [email protected]=3.3V, the ALC2 recovery opeation
starts. The ALC2 recovery operation uses zero crossings and gains of 1dB/step. The ALC2 recovery operation is done
until the output level of the Speaker-amp goes to [email protected]=3.3V. The ALC2 maximum gain is +18dB. The
ROTM bit sets the ALC2 recovery operation period (Table 39).
When the output signal is between +1.8dBV and −0.2dBV, the ALC2 limiter or recovery operations are not done.
When the PMSPK bit changes from “0” to “1”, the initilization cycle (2048/fs = 46.4ms @fs=44.1kHz at ROTM bit =
“0”, 512/fs = 11.6ms @fs=44.1kHz at the ROTM bit = “1”) starts. This fs value is set by Addr=32H (ADC sampling
frequence). The ALC2 is disabled during the initilization cycle and the ALC2 starts after completing the initilization
cycle.
Parameter
ALC2 Limiter operation
ALC2 Recovery operation
Operation Start Level
+1.8dBV
−0.2dBV
ROTM bit = “0”
2048/fs = [email protected]=44.1kHz
2/fs = [email protected]=44.1kHz
Period
ROTM bit = “1”
512/fs = [email protected]=11.025kHz
2/fs = [email protected]=11.025kHz
Zero-crossing Detection
Disabled
Enabled (Timeout = 2048/fs)
ATT/GAIN
0.5dB step
1dB step
Table 39. Limiter /Recovery of ALC2 at HVDD=3.3V
SPK Out
+3.8dBV
(Limitter)
+1.8dBV
−0.2dBV
(Recovery)
(ALC2=OFF)
0dBFS
−2dBFS
−23.2dBFS
−25.2dBFS
−18.2dBV
DAC In
Figure 30. DAC input – Speaker output relationship (HVDD=3.3V, ALC2 bit = “1”)
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■ Example of Path
Microphone
Audio CODEC
AK4650
ADC
Mic In
CPU
HP Out
Headphone
RF
Module
HP
Amp
DAC
Aux In
Mono Out
Figure 31. MIC recording & Headphone playback
Microphone
Audio CODEC
AK4650
Mic In
ADC
Side Tone ATT
CPU
Headphone
RF
Module
HP Out
HP
Amp
DAC
Aux In
Mono Out
Figure 32. Phone
Microphone
Audio CODEC
AK4650
Mic In
ADC
Side Tone ATT
CPU
Headphone
RF
Module
HP Out
HP
Amp
DAC
Aux In
Mono Out
Figure 33. Recording/Playback & Phone
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■ A/D Converter for Touch Screen
The AK4650 incorporates a 12-bit successive approximation resistor A/D converter for position measurement, and
battery voltage. The architecture is based on capacitive redistribution algorithm, and an internal capacitor array functions
as the sample/hold circuit.
The A/D converter output is a straight binary format as shown in Table 40:
Input Voltage
(ΔVREF−1.5LSB) ~ ΔVREF
(ΔVREF−2.5LSB) ~ (ΔVREF−1.5LSB)
:
0.5LSB ~ 1.5LSB
0 ~ 0.5LSB
ΔVREF: (VREF+) – (VREF−)
Table 40. Output Code
Output Code
FFFH
FFEH
:
001H
000H
The A/D converter’s full scale measurements depend on the input mode.
■ Analog Inputs
Analog input is selected via the A2-0 and SER bits in the control register. If the analog inputs are the X or Y-axis and the
SER bit is set to “0”(differential mode), the full scale (ΔVREF) is the differential voltage between the non-inverting
terminal and the inverting terminal of the measured axis (e.g. (XP) – (XN)). Analog non-inverting input to A/D converter
(ΔAIN) is the non-inverting terminal of the non-measured axis while the inverting input is the inverting terminal of the
measured axis. If the SER bit is set to “1” (single-ended mode), the full scale of A/D converter (ΔVREF) is the internal
reference voltage, or external reference voltage. Note that the SER bit should be set to “0” if the IN2 pin is selected as
analog input; nevertheless, the IN2 pin is actually measured by single-ended mode.
SER bit
0
1
ΔVREF
ΔAIN
X-axis measurement: XP − XN
X-axis measurement: YP − XN
Differential
Y-axis measurement: YP − YN
Y-axis measurement: XP − YN
Single-ended
VREF − TSVSS
AIN − TSVSS
Table 41. Analog Input Type, ΔVREF and ΔAIN
Analog Input Type
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■ Pen Position Detection of Touch Screen
The selected touch screen position is detected by the voltage measurement of one axis when the voltage is supplied
between the two terminals of the other axis. At least two A/D conversions are needed to get the two-dimensional (X/Y
axis) position.
ON
ON
XP
VREF+
XP
AIN+
VREF+
YP
ADC
VREF-
AIN+
YP
ADC
AIN-
VREF-
AIN-
XN
XN
ON
YN
YN
ON
a)
X-Position Measurement
b)
Differential Mode
Y-Position Measurement
Differential Mode
Figure 34. Axis Measurement
The differential mode is generally more accurate than the single-ended mode for the position detection. Since the full
scale of single-ended mode is fixed to the internal (or external) reference voltage, the input voltage may exceed the
full-scale reference voltage. This problem does not occur in differential mode. In addition to this, the differential mode is
less influenced by power supply voltage variation by the ratio-metric measurement.
However, note that the touch screen driver switch is still ON and the current flows even for the A/D conversion time.
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■ Pen Pressure Measurement
The touch screen pen pressure can be derived from the measurement of the contact resistance between two plates. The
contact resistance depends on the size of the depressed area and the pressure. The area of the spot is proportional to the
contact resistance. This resistance (Rtouch) can be calculated using two different methods.
Total resistance of the X-plate sheet (Rxplate) is known
The resistance, Rtouch, is calculated from the results of three conversions, X-position, Z1-Position, and Z2-Position, using
the following formula:
Rtouch = Rxplate ×
Xposition
×
4096
(
Z2
)
–1
Z1
1) The resistances of both the X-plate and Y-plate (Rxplate, Ryplate) are known
The resistance, Rtouch, is calculated from the results of three conversions, X-position, Y-Position, and Z1-Position, using
the following formula:
Rtouch = Rxplate ×
Xposition
4096
×
4096
(
)
–1
Z1
– Ryplate ×
AK4650
(
Yposition
1–
4096
)
AK4650
ON
ON
YP
YP
XP
VREF+
AIN+
VREF-
AIN-
touch
XP
ADC
VREF+
AIN+
VREF-
AIN-
touch
ADC
XN
XN
ON
ON
YN
YN
a) Z1-Position Measurement
b) Z2-Position Measurement
Differential Mode
Differential Mode
Figure 35. Pen Pressure Measurement
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■ Voltage Reference (VREF)
The AK4650 has an internal 2.5V voltage reference. This reference can be turned ON when PMVREF = “1”, and OFF
when PMVREF = “0”. This reference is used in the single-ended mode for the battery monitoring, or for auxiliary input.
A 0.1μF or larger capacitor should be connected for stable operation of the VREF circuit. Settling time depends on this
external capacitance, but 400μs or longer time is required if the external capacitance is 0.1μF.
If an external voltage reference is used, PMVREF bit should be set to “0”.
■ Battery Measurement
The AK4650 can measure the battery voltage of 5V or less directly while the AK4650 operates at 2.7V to 3.6V. The input
voltage is internally divided down by four.
When the tracking time is adjusted at battery measurement, the method using ADEXE pin is available. ADEXE1-0 bits
select the tracking edge (Table 53).
VREF
AK4650
PD1
Internal
VREF
VBAT
AIN+
R0
VREF+
ADC
R1=7.5K
AIN-
VREF-
R2=2.5K
Enable
Figure 36. Battery Monitoring
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■ Pen Interrupt
The AK4650 has pen interrupt function to detect the pen touch. Pen interrupt function is enabled at power-down state. YN
pin is connected to GND at the PEN interrupt enabled state. And XP pin is pulled up via an internal resistor (Ri), typically
50kΩ. INTN pulled up via an external resistor, 100kΩ, is also connected to XP pin. If the two plates are touched, the
current flows via <TSVDD> – <Ri> – <XP> –<the plates> – <YN>. The resistance of the plate is generally 1kΩ or less,
INTN pin is forced to “L”. If the pen is released, INTN pin returns “H” because two plates are disconnected, and the
current does not flow via two plates.
The operation of INTN pin depends on A2-0 and PINTE bits when PM12AD bit is “1”. If PINTE bit is “1”, INTN pin
goes to “L” when the plate is touched with pen or finger, and goes to “H” when the plate is not touched regardless of the
selection of the analog input channel. If PINTE bit is “0” or 12bit ADC is executed, the operation of INTN pin depends on
the selection of the analog input channel regardless of the touched/non-touched state. If the X-axis or Y-axis is selected as
analog input, INTN pin is forced to “L” regardless of the touched/non-touched state. If VBAT, or auxiliary inputs is
selected, INTN pin is forced to “H” regardless of the touched/non-touched state.
When PM12AD bit is “0”, XP, YP and XN pins go to Hi-Z state at PINTE bit = “0”. At that state, no current flows on
touch screen even if pen is touched. INTN pin is forced to “H” regardless of the touched/non-touched state. If PINTE bit
= “1”, INTN pin goes to “L” when the plate is touched.
PM12AD bit
0
0
1
PINTE bit
0
1
0
1
1
Pen Interrupt
Disable
Enable
Disable
INTN pin Operation
Always “H”.
“L” by pen touch, otherwise “H”.
“L” at XY axis measurement, otherwise “H”.
During measurement:
“L” at XY axis measurement, otherwise “H”.
Auto
After measurement:
“L” by pen touch, otherwise “H”.
Table 42. INTN pin Operation (x: Don’t care)
100kΩ
AK4650
INTN pin
EN2
50kΩ
Driver OFF
XP pin
EN1
YN pin
Driver ON
Figure 37. Pen Interrupt Block Diagram
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■ Sequence from AC-Link Power-up to Headphone Output
TSC Touch
IN T N
S D A T A _ IN
SYN C
M in : 2 0 m s
C r y s t a l O c ila t o r
B IT C L K
T im e r m in :2 5 m s
V R A b it( P L L )
m in :2 0 m s
PLL
P R 1 b it( D A C )
V R A b it( P L L )
P R 6 b it( H P )
T y p .5 0 m s
H P L /R
( N o te )
Note 40. When PR2 = PR3 = PR6 = “0”, auto power-up function is selected (ATPU bit = “1”) and pen touch is detected,
then the AK4650 automatically starts to power-up the headphone-amp by setting PMHPL bit = “1”, PMHPR bit
= “1” and HPMT bit = “0”.
Figure 38. Sequence from AC-Link power-up to headphone output
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■ Waking up AC-Link
1. AC-Link Power-down
The AK4650 controls the AC-link power-up/down by PR4 and PR5 bits. When PR4 bit is “1”, BITCLK and SDATAIN
go to “L”, but X’tal oscillator still operates. When PR5 bit is “1”, BITCLK and SDATAIN go to “L”, and X’tal oscillator
is powered-down. PLL power-up/down is controlled by VRA bit.
BITCLK/SDATAIN output
X’tal oscillator
Stop
Normal operation
Stop
Stop
Output
Normal operation
Table 43. AC-Link Power-down
PR4 bit = “1”
PR5 bit = “1”
VRAbit = “0”
PLL
Power Down
Power Down
Power Down
2. AC-Link Power-up
The AK4650 supports the AC-link power-up sequence using SDATAIN output in addition to COLD RESET and WARM
RESET. In this mode the operation is same as WARM RESET when the AK4650 receives the SYNC signal.
Power Down
CODEC
Sleep State
New Audio
Wake Event
SYNC
BITCLK
SDATAOUT
Slot 12
TAG
SDATAIN
Slot 12
TAG
WR
26H
Data
PR4
TAG
Slot 1
Slot 2
TAG
Slot 1
Slot 2
Figure 39. AC-Link Wake Up Function by SDATAIN
3. SDATAIN Output
SDATAIN pin goes to “H” when pen interrupt is enable, AC-link is powered-down and pen touch is detected. SDATAIN
pin goes to “L” after SYNC signal is changed to “L” regardless of the pen touch detection. The AK4650 operates same as
WARM RESET by receiving this SYNC signal.
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4. Wake Up Time
The AK4650 can measures the touch screen position by 12bit ADC at arround 50ms from power-down state.
(1) Wake Up from PR4 bit = “1” and PR5 bit = “1”
The time from pen touch to position measurement available dependes on CPU, X’tal oscillator and the driver in addition
to the AK4650. T5 and T7 depend on the AK4650. T7 is less than 1µs. T5 (X’tal oscillation stable and BITCLK is output)
is 20ms.
T1 : From pen touch to SDATAIN output => depends on touch screen
T2 : The AK4650 outputs SDATAIN and CPU outputs SYNC => depends on CPU
T3 : SYNC “H” time => depends on CPU, more than 1µs
T4 : From SYNC falling edge to X’tal oscillation start => depends on CPU
T5 : X’tal oscillation stable and BITCLK is output => depends on X’tal
T6 : From CPU receives BITCLK to CPU outputs SYNC => depends on CPU
T7 : From the AK4650 receives SYNC to the AK4650 outputs CODEC Ready => 162.8ns
T8 : From CPU receives CODEC Ready to CPU reads ADC data => depends on CPU
T S C To u c h
IN T N
S D A TA IN
SY NC
C ry s t a l O c ila t o r
B I TC L K
1 2 b it A D C
T2
T1
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
Figure 40. AC-Link Wake Up Timing (PR5 bit = “1”)
5. Pen Interrupt
The AK4650 outputs pen interrupt signal when pen interrupt is enabled and pen touch is detected.
(1) When PENINT bit is “1”, INTN pin goes to “L”
(2) When AC-Link operates, GINT bit is “1” and SLOT bit is “1”, bit 0 of slot 12 on SDATAIN goes to “1”.
(3) When PINTR bit is “1”, DTPEN bit (Addr=6AH: D2) output the pen touch detection result.
GPIO pin of the controller is not needed in case of (2) or (3).
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■ 12bit ADC Data Reception Method
1. Selection of data reception method
The AK4650 supports the following two method for 12bit ADC data reception which is selected by SLOT bit.
SLOT bit
0
12bit ADC data reception method
“Register”
(default)
The AK4650 reports the measurement result (12bit ADC data) to the control register, then
controller gets the data by reading the register of 74H, 76H and 78H.
“Slot”
The AK4650 reports the measurement result (12bit ADC data) to slot 5, slot 6 or slot 12,
then controller gets the data from the asigned slot.
Table 44. 12bit ADC data reception method
1
2. Measurement Mode Setting
A2-0 and SER bits set the measurement mode (Table 45). PM12AD and PMVREF bits control the 12bit ADC
power-up/down.
DLY3-0 bits set the wait time from mode setting to measurement (Table 47). ADFLT bit sets the averaging of four data or
not (Table 48). If these modes are changed during wait time, 12bit ADC is reset and starts with latest mode setting.
Driver switch status
A2-0, SER bit
A2
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
A1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
A0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
SER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ADC Input
(ΔAIN)
AIN+
AIN−
Reference voltage
(ΔVREF)
VREF+ VREF−
XP
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
XN
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
YP
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
YN
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
XP
VBAT
XP(Z1)
YN(Z2)
YP
IN1
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VREF
VREF
VREF
VREF
VREF
VREF
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
XP
YN
YP
YN
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
XP(Z1)
YN(Z2)
YP
IN2
XN
XN
XN
GND
YP
YP
XP
VREF
XN
XN
XN
GND
Measurement item
N/A (default)
Y-axis
Battery voltage
Pen pressure (Z1)
Pen pressure (Z2)
X-axis
IN1 input
N/A
N/A
Y-axis
N/A
Pen pressure (Z1)
Pen pressure (Z2)
X-axis
IN2 input
N/A
Table 45. 12bit ADC measurement mode
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PM12AD
0
PMVREF
x
PINTE
0
INTN
Disable
VREF
x
0
x
1
Enable
x
1
1
x
x
0
1
Disable
Auto
x
x
x
x
0
1
x
x
Function
12bit ADC is powered down. Touch screen driver switch is
open.
The AK4650 waits for pen touch. 12bit ADC is powered down.
Touch screen driver switch is open (though XP pin is TSVDD
and YN pin is TSVSS).
12bit ADC is always powered up.
After the measurement of XY or XYZ, 12bit ADC is
automatically powered down and the AK4650 waits for pen
touch.
PMVREF bit controls the VREF power-up/down.
x
OFF
x
ON
Table 46. 12bit ADC Power-up/down control (x: Don’t care)
DLY3-0 bit
Wait time
0H
1TS
(default)
1H
2TS
2H
4TS
3H
8TS
4H
12TS
5H
16TS
6H
24TS
7H
32TS
8H
48TS
9H
64TS
AH
96TS
BH
128TS
CH
160TS
DH
192TS
EH
224TS
FH
256TS
Table 47. Wait time from mode setting to measurement (1TS = 1SYNC period = [email protected]=48kHz)
ADFLT bit
0
Filter
Data is not averaged. The AK4650 (default)
outputs one measurement result.
1
Four data are averaged.
Table 48. 12bit ADC data filtering (SLOT bit = “0”)
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3. Register Read
The AK4650 supports the following three measurement methods which are selected by ADMODE1-0 bits.
(1) 74H Register Read
(2) XY Measurement Mode
(3) XYZ Measurement Mode
ADMODE 1-0 bits
Measurement Method
00
74H Register Read
01
XY measurement mode
10
XYZ measurement mode
11
Reserved
Table 49. 12bit ADC measurement mode setting
(default)
3-1. 74H Register Read Method
The AK4650 reports the measurement result set by A2-0 and SER bits to the control register address 74H. The controller
gets the measurement result by reading the control register address 74H. 74H register is cleared by PM12AD bit = “0”.
74H consists of the followings:
D15(ADE)
: 0: Measurement is not completed.
1: Measurement result is reported to D11-0.
D14-12(A2-0) : Measurement mode (A2-0 bits)
D11-0
: Measurement results (12bit)
3-1-1.ADFLT bit = “0”: No average
(1) 70H(ADFLT, DLY3-0, ADEXE1-0) is set. A2-0 and SER bits set the measurement mode at the same time, and 12bit
ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1”.
(2) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the measurement is available.
(3) When 74H is read, then 12bit ADC is executed, data is reported to 74H, and the measurement mode is reported at
next SYNC.
SYN C
PM 12AD ,
P IN T E b it s
A 2 - 0 , S E R , b it
11
01
1010
0010
R ead C om m and
74h
74h
74h
S e n d A D C D a ta
ADC M ode
1 2 b it A D C
X M e a s u re
DELAY
Y M e a s u re
W a it
X -M e a s u re
W a it
X -M e a s u re
DELAY
W a it
W a it
Y -M e a s u re
W a it
P e n W a it
A D E b it
D 1 1 - D 0 b its
XXX
X -P o s
X -P o s
Y -P o s
DLY3-0 bits = “0H” (1TS)
Figure 41. X and Y position measurement sequence (ADFLT bit = “0”)
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3-1-2.ADFLT bit = “1” : Averaging of four data
(1) 70H (ADFLT, DLY3-0 and ADEXE1-0) is set. A2-0 and SER bits set the measurement mode at the same time, and
12bit ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1”.
(2) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the measurement is executed for four times and the averaged result is reported
to 74H.
(3) When 74H is read, the data of 74H is output.
SYN C
PM 12AD ,
P IN T E b it s
A 2 - 0 , S E R , b it
11
1010
0010
R ead C om m and
74h
74h
S e n d A D C D a ta
ADC M ode
1 2 b it A D C
X M e a s u re
DELAY
Y M e a s u re
X -M e a s u re
DELAY
W a it
Y -M e a s u re
W a it
A D E b it
D 1 1 - D 0 b its
XXX
X -P o s
Y -P o s
DLY3-0 bits = “1H” (2TS)
Figure 42. X and Y position measurement sequence (ADFLT bit = “1”)
3-2. X-Y Measurement Mode
When ADMODE1-0 bits are set to “01” and PM12AD bit is “1”, the AK4650 measures X-position at first, Y-position at
second, and reports X-position to 74H, Y-position to 76H, respectively, regardless of A2-0 and SER bits. 74H and 76H
registers are cleared by PM12AD bit = “0”.
(1) 70H(ADFLT, DLY3-0, MSR1-0, ADEXE1-0) is set. ADMODE1-0 bits should be set to “01” at the same time, and
12bit ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1”.
(2) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures X-position and reports the result to 74H. When
ADFLT bit is “1”, averaged data of four measurement results is reported to 74H.
(3) After X-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures Y-position and reports
the result to 76H. When ADFLT bit is “1”, averaged data of four measurement results is reported to 76H.
(4) After the measurement, ADMODE1-0 bits are automatically reset to “00”.
(5) When PINTE bit = “1”, 12bit ADC is powered-down and the AK4650 waits for pen touch.
SYN C
PM 12AD ,
P IN T E b it s
10
A D M O D E 1 - 0 b its
01
ADC M ode
X M e a s u re
1 2 b it A D C
DELAY
00
Y M e a s u re
X M e a s u re
y M e a s u re
DELAY
P E N - W a it
7 4 H : A D E b it
7 4 H :D 1 1 - D 0 b its
XXX
X - P o s itio n
7 6 H : A D E b it
7 6 H :D 1 1 - D 0 b its
Y - P o s itio n
XXX
DLY3-0 bits = “2H” (4TS)
Figure 43. X and Y position measurement sequence
When ADMODE1-0 bit is set to “01” again, then the AK4650 set ADE bit as “0” and measurement is executed again.
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3-3. XYZ Measurement Mode
When ADMODE1-0 bits are set to “10” and PM12AD bit is “1”, the AK4650 measures X-position at first, Y-position at
second, the item set by A2-0 and SER bits at third, and reports X-position to 74H, Y-position to 76H, third result to 78H,
respectively. 74H, 76H and 78H registers are cleared by PM12AD bit = “0”.
(1) 70H(ADFLT, DLY3-0, MSR1-0, ADEXE1-0) is set. Measurement mode should be set by A2-0 and SER bits, and
ADMODE1-0 bits should be set to “10” at the same time. 12bit ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1”.
(2) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures X-position and reports the result to 74H. When
ADFLT bit is “1”, averaged data of four measurement results is reported to 74H.
(3) After X-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures Y-position and reports
the result to 76H. When ADFLT bit is “1”, averaged data of four measurement results is reported to 76H.
(4) After Y-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures the item set by A2-0 and
SER bits, and reports the result to 78H. When ADFLT bit is “1”, averaged data of four measurement results is
reported to 78H.
(5) After the measurement, ADMODE1-0 bits are automatically reset to “00”.
(6) When PINTE bit = “1”, 12bit ADC is powered-down and the AK4650 waits for pen touch.
SYN C
PM 12AD ,
P IN T E b it s
11
A D M O D E 1 - 0 b its
10
ADC M ode
X M e a s u re
1 2 b it A D C
DELAY
00
Y M e a s u re
X M e a s u re
DELAY
Z 1 M e a s u re
y M e a s u re
DELAY
Z 1 M e a s u re
P E N - W a it
7 4 H : A D E b it
7 4 H :D 1 1 - D 0 b its
XXX
X - P o s itio n
7 6 H : A D E b it
7 6 H :D 1 1 - D 0 b its
Y - P o s it io n
XXX
7 8 H : A D E b it
7 8 H :D 1 1 - D 0 b its
Z 1 - P o s it io n
XXX
DLY3-0 bits = “1H” (2TS)
Figure 44. X, Y and Z position measurement sequence (ADFLT bit = “1”, A2-0 bits = “011”, SER bit = “0”)
When ADMODE1-0 bit is set to “10” again, then the AK4650 set ADE bit as “0” and measurement is executed again.
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4. Method using SDATAIN Slot
When SLOT bit is “1”, 12bit ADC data is output via slot 5, 6 or 12 of SDATAIN. When SLOTNO1-0 bits are “00”, “01”
or “10”, slot 5, 6 or 12 is used, respectively. Output data is 16bit. The measurement result is output only when 12bit ADC
is executed. When data is output, tag bit for slot 5, 6 or 12 (bit 10, 9 or 3) is set to “1”. When ADC is not executed, tag bit
is set to “0” and data of slot 5, 6 or 12 are set to all “0”.
SLOT bit
0
SLOTNO1-0 bits
Slot number
X
Not used
(default)
00
Slot 5
01
Slot 6
1
10
Slot 12
11
Reserved
Table 50. Slot number setting for 12bit ADC measurement result output
Bit 19
: “1” when data is valid.
==> Tag bit in slot 0 is also set to “1” when data is output.
Bit 18-16 : Measurement mode (A2-0 bit)
Bit 15-4 : 12bit ADC data
In this mode, ADFLT bit is ignored. Even if ADFLT bit is set to “1”, four data average is not executed. The AK4650
supports the following three measurement modes:
(1) Sequential measurement of set item
(2) XY measurement mode
(3) XYZ measurement mode
ADMODE1-0 bits
Measurement method
00
Sequential measurement of set item
01
XY measurement mode
10
XYZ measurement mode
11
Reserved
Table 51. 12bit ADC measurement mode setting
(default)
4-1. Sequential measurement of set item
The AK4650 measures the item set by A2-0 and SER bits sequentially, and outputs the results via slot. When 12bit ADC
is powered-down, bit 19 is “0”.
(1) When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch waiting state (PM12AD bit = “0” and PINTE bit = “1”) should set.
(2) When the controller receives PEN Interrupt, the controller should set PM12AD bit = “1”. Then data is output via slot.
(3) If 12bit ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1” and measurement item is set by A2-0 and SER bits, then
the set item is sequentially measured after the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits.
If the measurement is not completed in one SYNC period, bit 19 (ADE) is “0”.
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4-2. X-Y Measurement Mode
When PM12AD bit is “1” and then ADMODE1-0 bits are set to “01”, the AK4650 measures X-position as many times as
set by MSR1-0 bits at first, Y-position as many times as set by MSR1-0 bits at second, regardless of A2-0 and SER bits.
Measurement results are output via slot after wait time set by DLY3-0 bits.
(1) When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch waiting state (PM12AD bit = “0” and PINTE bit = “1”) should be set.
(2) When the controller receives PEN Interrupt, the controller should set PM12AD bit = “1”. Then data is output via slot.
12bit ADC is powered-up by setting PM12AD bit = “1”. ADMODE1-0 bits should be set to “01” at the same time.
(3) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures X-position as many times as set by MSR1-0 bits and
outputs the result via slot.
(4) After X-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures Y-position as many times
as set by MSR1-0 bits and outputs the result via slot.
(5) After Y-position measurement, 12bit ADC is powered-down and the AK4650 waits for pen touch.
SYN C
S lo t b it
PM 12AD ,
P IN T E b it s
A D M O D E 1 - 0 b its
00
10
01
00
ADC M ode
1 2 b it A D C
X M e a s u re
P E N - W a it
DELAY
X M e a s u re
Y M e a s u re
X M e a s u re
X M e a s u re
X M e a s u re
DELAY
y M e a s u re
y M e a s u re
y M e a s u re
y M e a s u re
P E N - W a it
S lo t B IT 1 9
S lo t B IT 1 8 - 1 6
S lo t B IT 1 5 - 4
000
0
101
X pos
X P os
000
X pos
X pos
0
001
y pos
000
y pos
y pos
y pos
0
DLY3-0 bits = “0H” (1TS), MSR1-0 bits = “0H” (4 times)
Figure 45. X and Y position measurement sequence
MSR1-0 bit
Measurement times
00
4 times
(default)
01
8 times
10
16 times
11
32 times
Table 52. Measurement times (SLOT bit = “1”)
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4-3. X-Y-Z Measurement Mode
When PM12AD bit is “1” and then ADMODE1-0 bits are set to “10”, the AK4650 measures X-position as many times as
set by MSR1-0 bits at first, Y-position as many times as set by MSR1-0 bits at second, the item set by A2-0 and SER bits
for times set by MSR1-0 bits at third. Measurement results are output via slot after wait time set by DLY3-0 bits.
(1) When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch waiting state (PM12AD bit = “1” and PINTE bit = “1”) should be set.
(2) When the controller receives PEN Interrupt, the controller should set PM12AD bit = “1” so that 12bit ADC is
powered-up. ADMODE1-0 bits should be set to “10” at the same time. Then data is output via slot.
(3) After the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures X-position as many times asset by MSR1-0 bits and
outputs the result via slot.
(4) After X-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures Y-position as many times
as set by MSR1-0 bits and outputs the result via slot.
(5) After Y-position measurement and the wait time set by DLY3-0 bits, the AK4650 measures the item set by A2-0 and
SER bits as many times as set by MSR1-0 bits and outputs the result via slot.
(6) After the measurement, 12bit ADC is powered-down and the AK4650 waits for pen touch.
5. ADEXE pin
When the AK4650 measures the position during the data is sent to LCD, the position measurement result may have some
error caused by the noise from LCD. The AK4650 prepares the measurement mode by using sync signal from LCD after
data transferring is completed. The sync signal is input to ADEXE pin of the AK4650.
ADEXE1-0 bit
00
01
10
11
Measurement mode
ADC is executed regardless of ADEXE pin.
ADC is executed at ADEXE pin = “↑”.
ADC is executed at ADEXE pin = “↓”.
Reserved
Table 53. ADEXE mode
(default)
■ Method using Slot 12 of SDATAIN
When SLOT bit is “1”, pen interrupt and headphone jack detection results are output via slot 12 of SDATAIN.
Bit 1: Headphone jack detection result
Bit 0: Pen interrupt
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■ Connection with Digital AC ’97 Controller
The AK4650 communicates with its companion AC ‘97 controller via a digital serial link, “AC-link”. All digital audio
streams, and command/status information are communicated over this point to point serial interconnect. A breakout of the
signals connecting the two is shown in the following figure.
AC’97
Controller
AK4650
SYNC
BITCLK
SDATAOUT
SDATAIN
RESETN
Figure 46. Connection between AK4650 and AC ’97 controller
RESETN
BITCLK
SYNC
SDATAIN
SDATAOUT
(Input)
(Output)
(Input)
(Output)
(Input)
: Control signal to reset the AK4650
: 12.288MHz clock output from the AK4650
: Control signal to synchronize the AK4650 with AC’97 controller
: Data signal input to the controller (output from the AK4650)
: Data signal output to the controller (input from the AK4650)
■ Digital Interface
The AK4650 incorporates a 5 pin digital serial interface that links it to the AC ’97 controller. AC-link is a bi-directional,
fixed rate(48kHz), serial PCM digital stream. It handles input/output audio streams and 12bit ADC results, as well as
control register accesses employing a time division multiplexed (TDM) scheme. The AC-link architecture divides each
audio frame into 12 outgoing and 12 incoming data streams, each with 20-bit sample resolution. DAC and ADC
resolution of the AK4650 is 16 bit resolution. The data streams currently defined by the AC ‘97 specification include:
z PCM Playback
2 output slots
2 channel composite PCM output stream
z PCM Record data 2 input slots
1 channel composite PCM input stream
z Control
2 output slots
Control register write port
z Status
2 input slots
Control register read port
z 12bit ADC data 3 input slots
12bit ADC data input stream
SYNC, fixed at 48kHz, is derived by dividing down the serial bit clock (BITCLK) output from the AK4650. BITCLK,
fixed at 12.288 MHz, provides the necessary clocking granularity to support 12, 20-bit outgoing and incoming time slots.
AC-link serial data is transitioned on each rising edge of BITCLK. The receiver of AC-link data, the AK4650 for
outgoing data and AC ’97 controller for incoming data, samples each serial bit on the falling edges of BITCLK.
The AC-link protocol provides for a special 16-bit slot (Slot 0) wherein each bit conveys a valid tag for its corresponding
time slot within the current audio frame. A “1” in a given bit position of slot 0 indicates that the corresponding time slot
within the current audio frame has been assigned to a data stream, and contains valid data. If a slot is “Tagged” invalid, it
is the responsibility of the source of the data (the AK4650 for the input stream, AC ’97 controller for the output stream),
to stuff all bit positions with 0’s during the slot’s active time.
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SYNC remains high for a total duration of 16 BITCLKs at the beginning of each audio frame. The portion of the audio
frame where SYNC is high is defined as the “Tag Phase”. The remainder of the audio frame where SYNC is low is
defined as the “Data Phase”.
Note that SDATAOUT and SDATAIN data is delayed one BITCLK because AC’97 controller causes
SYNC signal high at a rising edge of BITCLK which initiates a frame.
“Output” stream means the direction from AC’97 controller to the AK4650, and “Input” stream means the direction from
the AK4650 to AC’97 controller.
■ AC-Link Protocol
Slot
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
”0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
”0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
All
“0”
12bit ADC
Data
SYNC
SDATA
OUT
TAG
SDATA
IN
TAG
Tag Phase
Command Command PCM(dac) PCM(dac)
Address
Data
Left
Right
Status
Address
Status
Data
PCM(adc)
Left
All
”0”
12bit ADC 12bit ADC
Data
Data
Data Phase
48kHz
Figure 47. AC-Link protocol
AC-link protocol identifies 13 slots of data per frame. The frequency of SYNC is fixed to 48kHz. Only Slot 0, which is the
Tag phase, is 16bits, all other slots are 20bits in length. These slots are explained in later sections.
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1) AC-Link Audio Output Frame (SDATAOUT)
[Slot 0]
SY NC
BITCLK
SDATAIN
1 BITCLK delay
Valid
Frame
Slot5
Slot6
Slot7
Slot8
Slot9
Slot10 Slot11 Slot12
Bit15 Bit14 Bit13 Bit12 Bit11 Bit10
“1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “0”
Slot1 Slot2 Slot3
Slot4
Bit9
“0”
Bit8
“0”
Bit7
“0”
Bit6
“0”
Bit5
“0”
Bit4
“0”
Bit3
“0”
Slot 0
Bit2
“0”
Bit1
“0”
Bit0
“0”
Slot 1
Figure 48. Slot 0
Slot 0 consists of sixteen bits (bit 15-0). Bit 15-11 are available in the AK4650. Each bit means valid by “1” and invalid by
“0”.
Bit 15 (Valid Frame bit): Validity of the frame
“1” = At least one of bit 14-11 (slot 1-4) must be valid. Bit 10-0 are ignored.
“0” = The AK4650 ignores all following information in the frame.
Bit 14 (Slot 1 valid bit): Validity of slot 1 (command address input)
Bit 13 (Slot 2 valid bit): Validity of slot 2 (command data input)
Bit 12 (Slot 3 valid bit): Validity of slot 3 (DAC Left data input)
Bit 11 (Slot 4 valid bit): Validity of slot 4 (DAC Right data input)
If each bit is “0”, the AK4650 ignores the slot indicated by “0”. On the other hand, if each bit is “1”, the slot is valid. Bit
10-0 should be “0”. (However, when LOOP bit is “1”, loopback is operated regardless of these valid bits.)
A new audio output frame begins with a low to high transition of SYNC. SYNC is synchronous to the rising edge of
BITCLK. On the immediately following falling edge of BITCLK, the AK4650 samples the assertion of SYNC. This
falling edge marks the time when both sides of AC-link are aware of the start of a new audio frame. On the next rising of
BITCLK, the AC ’97 controller transitions SDATAOUT into the first bit position of slot 0 (Valid Frame bit). Each new
bit position is presented to AC-link on a rising edge of BITCLK, and subsequently sampled by the AK4650 on the
following falling edge of BITCLK. This sequence ensures that data transitions, and subsequent sample points for both
incoming and outgoing data streams are time aligned.
Data should be sent to the AK4650 with MSB first through the SDATAOUT.
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Table 54 shows the relationship of bit 14&13 and the Read/Write operation.
Bit 15
Valid Frame
1
1
1
Bit 14: Slot1 Valid Bit
(Command Address)
1
0
1
1
Bit 13: Slot 2 Valid Bit
(Command Data)
1
1
0
Read/Write Operation
0
0
Table 54. AK4650 Addressing: Slot 0 Tag Bits
Read/Write (Normal Operation)
Ignore
Read: Normal Operation
Write: Ignore
Ignore
[Slot 1]: Command Address Port
Slot1 gives the address of the command data, which is given in the slot 2. The AK4650 has 30 valid registers of 16bit data.
See “Mixer Registers”.
BITCLK
SDATAOUT
Bit19 Bit18
Bit17 Bit16
“1/0” “1/0”
“1/0”
Bit15 Bit14
“1/0” “1/0”
“1/0”
Bit13 Bit12
Bit11
Bit10
Bit9
Bit2
Bit1
Bit0
“1/0” “1/0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
Slot 0
Bit19 Bit18
Bit17
Bit1
6
Slot 2
Slot 1
Command Address Port
Figure 49. Slot 1
Bit 19:
Bit 18-12:
Bit 11-0:
Read/Write command (1bit; “1”=read, “0”=write)
Control Register Index (7bit; see “Mixer Registers” for the detail)
Reserved (12bit; “0”)
Bit 18 of this slot 1 is equivalent to the most significant bit of the index register address.
The AK4650 ignores bit 11-0. These bits will be reserved for future enhancement and must be stuffed with “0” by the
AC’97 controller.
[Slot 2]: Command Data Port
BITCLK
SDATAOUT
Slot 1
Bit19 Bit18
Bit17 Bit16
“1/0” “1/0”
“1/0”
Bit15 Bit14
“1/0” “1/0”
“1/0”
Bit13 Bit12
“1/0” “1/0”
Bit6
Bit5
Bit4
Bit3
“1/0”
“1/0” “0”
Bit2
Bit1
Bit0
“0”
“0”
“0”
Bit19 Bit18
Bit17
Bit16
Slot 3
Slot 2
Command Data Port
Figure 50. Slot 2
Bit19-4:
Bit3-0:
Control Register Write Data (16bit)
(If bit 19 of slot 1 is “1”, all bit19-4 should be “0”.)
Reserved (4bit; “0”)
If bit 19 in slot 1 is “0”, the AC’97 controller must output Command Data Port data in slot 2 of the same frame. If the
bit 19 in slot 1 is “1”, the AK4650 will ignore any Command Data Port data in slot 2.
Bit19 of this slot 2 is equivalent to D15 bit of mixer register value.
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[Slot 3]: PCM Playback Left Channel (16bit)
The AK4650 uses the playback (DAC) data format in slot 3 for left channel. Playback data format is MSB first. Data
format is 16bits 2’s complement. AC’97 controller should stuff bit 3-0 with “0”. If valid bit (slot 3) in the slot 0 is invalid
(“0”), the AK4650 interprets all the data as “0”.
Bit 19-4:
Playback data (16bit)
Bit 3-0: “0” (4bit)
[Slot 4]: PCM Playback Right Channel (16bit)
The AK4650 uses the playback (DAC) data format in slot 4 for right channel. Playback data format is MSB first. Data
format is 16bits 2’s complement. AC’97 controller should stuff bit 3-0 with “0”. If valid bit (slot 4) in the slot 0 is invalid
(“0”), the AK4650 interprets all the data as “0”.
Bit 19-4:
Playback data (16bit)
Bit 3-0: “0” (4bit)
[Slot 5-12]: Not implemented in the AK4650
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2) AC-Link Input Frame (SDATAIN)
Each AC-link frame consists of one 16bit tag phase and twelve 20bit slots used for data and control.
[Slot 0]
Slot 0 is a special time frame, and consists of 16bits. Slot 0 is also named the Tag phase. The AK4650 supports bits 15-9
and bit 3. Each bit indicates “1”=valid (normal operation) or ready, “0”=invalid (abnormal operation) or not ready. If the
first bit in the slot 0 (Bit15 = “Codec Ready”) is valid, the AK4650 is ready for normal operation. If the “Codec Ready” bit
is invalid, the following bits and remaining slots are all “0”. AC’97 controller should ignore the following bits in the slot
0 and all other slots. When the ADC sampling rate is set for less than 48kHz, then bits 12 and 11 in slot 0 (corresponds to
slot 3 and slot 4 respectively) will be 1’s when valid data is transferred in SDATAIN, and will be 0’s when no data is
transmitted.
< “On-demand” base data transaction>
For variable sample rate input, the tag bit for each input slot indicates whether valid data is present or not. Thus, even in
variable sample rate mode, the AK4650 is always the master. For SDATAIN (AK4650 to Controller), the AK4650 sets
the TAG bit. For SDATAOUT (Controller to AK4650), the AK4650 sets the SLOTREQ bit and then checks for the TAG
bit in the next frame. AK4650 expects Controller will reply TAG bit in the next frame correctly.
Bit 14 means that Slot 1 (Status Address) output is valid or invalid. And Bit 13 means that Slot 2 (Status Data) is valid or
invalid. Table 55 shows the relationship between bit 14,13 and each Status of the AK4650.
Bit 15
(Codec
Ready)
1
Bit 14
(Status
Address)
1
Bit 13
(Status
Data)
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
Status
There is a Read Command in the previous frame.
Then both Slot 1 and Slot 2 output normal data.
If the access to non-implemented register or odd register is
requested, the AK4650 returns “valid” 7-bit register address in slot
1 and returns “valid” 0000h data in slot 2 on the next AC-link frame.
In this case, Bits 14 and 13 are “1”.
Prohibited or non-existing
Prohibited or non-existing
There is no Read Command in the previous frame.
Bits 19-12 and 9-0 in Slot 1 are set to “0”. And Slot 2 outputs all “0”.
Table 55. SDATAIN Slot0
Note 41. The above Read sequence is done as response for previous frames read command. That is, if the previous frame
is the Write Command, AK4650 outputs bit14 =”0”, bit13 =”0” and slot 1&2 = All”0”, if there is no SLOTREQ.
Note 42. The Bits 14 and 13 in Slot 0 is independent of the SLOTREQ Bits 11 and 10 in Slot 1 which the AK4650
supports.
Bit12 means the output of Slot 3 (PCM(ADC) Left) is valid or invalid. Bit 11 is same as bit 12. Slot 4 is all “0” regardless
of bit 11. When ADEXE1-0 bits are not “00” and SLOT bit is “1”, Tag bit corresponding to the slot set by SLOTNO1-0
bits (Slot 5=Bit 10, Slot 6=Bit 9, Slot 12=Bit 3) are fixed to “1” (valid). Bits 8-4 and 2-0 are occupied with “0”.
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A new audio input frame begins with a low to high transition of SYNC. SYNC is synchronous to the rising edge of
BITCLK. On the immediately following falling edge of BITCLK, the AK4650 samples the assertion of SYNC. This
falling edge marks the time when both sides of AC-link are aware of the start of a new audio frame. On the next rising of
BITCLK, the AK4650 transitions SDATAIN into the first bit position of slot 0 (“Codec Ready” bit). Each new bit
position is presented to AC-link on a rising edge of BITCLK, and subsequently sampled by the AC ’97 controller on the
following falling edge of BITCLK. This sequence ensures that data transitions, and subsequent sample points for both
incoming and outgoing data streams are time aligned.
SY NC
BITCLK
Codec
Ready
SDATAIN
Slot1 Slot2 Slot3
Slot4
Slot5
“1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0”
Bit15 Bit14 Bit13 Bit12 Bit11 Bit10
Slot7
Slot8
Slot11 Slot12
“1/0” “0”
Bit9 Bit8
“0”
Bit7
“0”
Bit4
Slot6
“1/0”
Bit3
“0”
Bit2
“0”
Bit1
“0”
Bit0
Slot 1
Slot 0
Figure 51. Slot 0
[Slot 1]: Status Address Port
Audio input frame slot 1’s stream echoes the control register index, for historical reference, for the data to be returned in
slot 2. (Assuming that slot 1 valid bit and slot 2 valid bit in the slot 0 had been tagged “valid” by the AK4650.)
BITCLK
SDATAIN
Bit19 Bit18
Bit17 Bit16 Bit15 Bit14
“0”
“1/0”
“1/0”
Slot 0
Bit13 Bit12 Bit11
“1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0” “1/0”
Bit10
“1/0” “1/0”
Bit9
Bit8
Bit7
Bit6
Bit5
Bit4
Bit3
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
“0”
Bit2
Bit1
Bit0
“0”
“0”
“0”
Bit19
Slot 2
Slot 1
Status Address Port
Figure 52. Slot 1
This address shows register index for which data is being returned in the slot 2. This address port is the copy of slot 1 of
the output frame, and index address input to SDATAOUT is looped back to the AC’97 controller through SDATAIN
even for non-supported register.
For “On Demand” base data transaction, when the DAC sampling rate is set less than 48kHz, then AK4650 will request
new audio data as required by setting the SLOTREQ bits 11 and 10 in slot 1 to 0’s. When no data is required to support the
selected sampling rate, these bits will be 1’s. When SLOTREQ bits are asserted as “send data request” during the current
frame on SDATAIN, AC’97 digital controller should send data onto the corresponding slot in the next frame on
SDATAOUT. If VRA bit is set to “0”, SLOTREQ bits always show “0” and sample rate is tired to 48kHz.
SLOTREQ Bit
19
18-12
11
10
9-0
Description
Reserved (Set to “0”)
Control Register Index (7bit; Set to “0” if tagged invalid)
Slot 3 Request: PCM Lch
“0”: send data request, “1”: do not send
Slot 4 Request: PCM Rch
“0”: send data request, “1”: do not send
Reserved (10bit; Set to “0”)
Table 56. SLOTREQ bit
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[Slot 2]: Status Data Port
Status data addressed by command address port of Output Stream is output through SDATAIN pin.
Bit 19-4 Control Register Read Data (16bit; the contents of indexed address in the slot 1)
Bit 3-0
“0” (4bit)
Note that the address of Status Data Port data are consistent with Status Address Port data of the slot 1 in the same
frame. If the read operation is issued in the frame N by AC’97 controller, Status Data Port data is output through
SDATAIN in the frame N+1. Note that data is output in only this frame, only one time and that the
following frames are invalid if the next read operation is not issued.
[Slot 3]: PCM Record Left Channel
Record (ADC) data format is MSB first. Data format is 2’s complement. As the resolution of the AK4650 is 16bit, lower
4 bits are ignored. If ADC block is powered down, slot 3 valid bit in the slot 0 is invalid (“0”), and data is output as all “0”.
Bit 19-4: Audio ADC left channel output (16bit)
Bit 3-0: “0” (4bit)
[Slot 4]: Reserved for future enhancement
Bit 19-0 “0”
[Slot 5]: 12bit ADC data for TSC
When SLOT bit = “1” and SLOTNO1-0 bits = “00”, 12bit ADC data is output.
Bit 19:
ADE (1bit; “0”=Invalid, “1”=Valid)
Bit 18-16: A2-0 (3bit; Measurement mode)
Bit 15-4: D11-0 (12bit; 12bit ADC data)
Bit 3-0:
“0” (4bit)
[Slot 6]: 12bit ADC data for TSC
When SLOT bit = “1” and SLOTNO1-0 bits = “00”, 12bit ADC data is output.
Bit 19:
ADE (1bit; “0”=Invalid, “1”=Valid)
Bit 18-16: A2-0 (3bit; Measurement mode)
Bit 15-4: D11-0 (12bit; 12bit ADC data)
Bit 3-0:
“0” (4bit)
[Slot 7-11]: Reserved for future enhancement
Bit 19-0 “0”
[Slot 12]: 12bit ADC data for TSC, pen touch and headphone jack detection results
When SLOT bit = “1” and SLOTNO1-0 bits = “10”, 12bit ADC data is output. When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch and
headphone jack detection results are output regardless of SLOTNO1-0 bits.
Bit 19:
ADE (1bit; “0”=Invalid, “1”=Valid)
Bit 18-16: A2-0 (3bit; Measurement mode)
Bit 15-4: D11-0 (12bit; 12bit ADC data)
Bit 3-2:
“0” (2bit)
Bit 1:
DTHPJ (1bit; “0”=Not inserted, “1”=Inserted)
Bit 0:
DTPEN (1bit; “0”=Not touched, “1”=Touched)
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■ Power On
Note that AK4650 must be in cold reset at power on and RESETN must be “L” until master crystal clock becomes stable,
or cold reset must be done once after master clock is stable.
Vdd
RESETN
SDATA_OUT=”L”
SYNC=”L”
BIT_CLK
Initialize Registers
start up crystal oscillation
Trst2clk
Figure 53. Power On Timing
■ Cold Reset
Note that both SDATAOUT and SYNC must be “L” at the rising edge of RESETN for cold reset.
The AK4650 initializes all registers including the Power-down Control Registers, BIT-CLK is reactivated and each
analog output except for HP-Amp is in Hi-Z state while RESETN pin is “L”.
At the rising edge of RESETN, the AK4650 starts the initialization of ADC and DAC, which takes 1028TS cycles. After
that, the AK4650 is ready for normal operation. At that time, VRA bit is its default value (“0”). Therefore, fs=48kHz and
TS=1/fs=20.83μs.
Status bit in the slot 0 is “0” (not ready) when the AK4650 is in RESET period (“L”) or in initialization process. After
initialization cycles, the status bit goes to “1” (ready).
Trst_low
Trst2clk
RESETN
VIL
SDATA_OUT= “L”
SYNC= “L”
BIT_CLK
Figure 54. Cold Reset Timing
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■ Warm Reset
The AK4650 initiates warm reset process by receiving a single pulse on the SYNC. The AK4650 clears PR4 bit and PR5
bit in the Power-down Control Register. However, warm reset does not influence PR0-3, 6 and 7 bits in Power-down
Control Register.
Note 43. SYNC signal should synchronize with BITCLK after AK4650 starts to output BITCLK clock.
Note 44. If an external clock is used, external clocks should be supplied before issuing a sync pulse for warm reset. ADC
and DAC require 1028TS for the initialization.
Tsync_high
Tsync2clk
SYNC
VIH
BITCLK
Figure 55. Warm Reset Timing
■ Active Test Mode
RESETN
VIH
VIH
SDATAOUT
Tsetup2rst
HI-Z
SDATAIN
BITCLK
Toff
Figure 56. Activate Test Mode Timing
Note 45. All AC-link signals are normally low through the trailing edge of RESETN. Bringing RESETN high for the
rising edge of SDATAOUT causes the AK4650 AC-link outputs to go high impedance which is suitable for ATE
in circuit testing. Note that the AK4650 enters in the ATE test mode regardless SYNC is high or low.
Note 46. Once test modes have been entered, the only way to return to the normal operating state is to issue “cold reset”
which issues RESETN = “L” to “H” with both SYNC and SDATAOUT “L”.
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■ Register Map
Reg
Num
Name
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
Default
00H
02H
04H
06H
08H
0AH
0CH
0EH
10H
18H
1AH
20H
26H
28H
2AH
2CH
32H
60H
62H
64H
66H
68H
6AH
Reset
Speaker Output
Headphone Output
Mono Output
Boost Control
PC_BEEP Volume
Phone Volume
Mic Volume
Line In Volume
PCM Out Volume
Record Select
General Purpose
Powerdown Ctrl/Stat
Extended Audio ID
Ext’d audio Stat/Ctrl
PCM Front DAC Rate
PCM LR ADC Rate
Power Management
Signal Select
ALC/DAC Control
ALC Mode Control
Volume Cotrol
Detect Result
0
SPPS
HPMT
MOMT
0
BPMT
AUXMT
MICMT
LNMT
SMUTE
0
0
0
0
0
SR15
SR15
MPWRE
HPM
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ATTL6
0
0
PR6
0
0
SR14
SR14
MPWRI
0
HPINT
ALC2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ATTL5
0
0
PR5
0
0
SR13
SR13
0
0
REF5
ALC1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
GL4
ATTL4
0
0
PR4
0
0
SR12
SR12
0
0
REF4
ZELMN
0
0
0
0
0
0
BST1
0
0
0
GL3
ATTL3
0
0
PR3
0
0
SR11
SR11
0
INBP
REF3
LMAT1
0
0
0
0
0
0
BST0
0
0
0
GL2
ATTL2
0
0
PR2
0
0
SR10
SR10
0
RNMD
REF2
LMAT0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
GL1
ATTL1
MICAD
MDIF
PR1
0
0
SR9
SR9
0
LNMP
REF1
RGAIN
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
GL0
ATTL0
AUXAD
MSEL
PR0
0
0
SR8
SR8
MCKPD
DAHS
REF0
LMTH
0
0
0
0
0
MOGN0
0
0
GN0
IPGA0
GR0
ATTR0
0
0
ADC
1
VRA
SR0
SR0
PMMIC
MO2
DEM0
LTM0
ATTS0
DTMIC
0030H
8000H
8000H
8000H
0000H
8000H
8008H
8008H
8808H
0000H
0200H
0000H
0300H
0001H
0000H
BB80H
BB80H
0000H
0103H
2D21H
0000H
0002H
X
ADFLT
MSR1
MSR0
DLY3
DLY2
DLY1
DLY0
1
0
0
0
0
0
GN4
IPGA4
GR4
ATTR4
0
0
0
0
0
SR4
SR4
PMBPM
DAMO
HPDT
ZTM0
ATS
0
ADMO
DE0
0
0
0
MOGN1
0
0
GN1
IPGA1
GR1
ATTR1
0
0
DAC
0
0
SR1
SR1
PMAUX
ALCS
DEM1
LTM1
ATTS1
DTHPJ
PM12AD
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
IPGA5
0
ATTR5
0
0
0
0
0
SR5
SR5
PMHPL
MICM
ATSW
ZTM1
0
0
ADMO
DE1
0
0
0
MOGN2
0
0
GN2
IPGA2
GR2
ATTR2
0
0
ANL
0
0
SR2
SR2
PMMO
BPMSP
TM0
WTM0
ATTS2
DTPEN
12bit ADC Control 1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
MGAIN
0
ATTR6
0
0
0
0
0
SR6
SR6
PMHPR
MICL
ATPU
ROTM
0
0
ADEXE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
GN3
IPGA3
GR3
ATTR3
0
0
0
0
0
SR3
SR3
PMLIN
BPMHP
TM1
WTM1
ATTM
0
70H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOOP
0
0
0
SR7
SR7
PMSPK
AUXL
DATTC
0
0
0
ADEXE
1
A1
A0
SER
0001H
SLOTN
O1
D2
D2
D2
0
0
SLOTN
O0
D1
D1
D1
1
0
SLOT
9400H
D0
D0
D0
1
0
x
x
x
414BH
4D10H
72H
12bit ADC Control 2
74H
76H
78H
7CH
7EH
ADC Data 1
ADC Data 2
ADC Data 3
Vendor ID1
Vendor ID2
1
GINT
PENINT
PINTR
ADE
ADE
ADE
0
0
A2
A2
A2
1
1
A1
A1
A1
0
0
A0
A0
A0
0
0
PMVRE
F
D11
D11
D11
0
1
A2
PINTE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D10
D10
D10
0
1
D9
D9
D9
0
0
D8
D8
D8
1
1
D7
D7
D7
0
0
D6
D6
D6
1
0
D5
D5
D5
0
0
D4
D4
D4
0
1
D3
D3
D3
1
0
Table 57. Register Map
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■ Speaker Output (02H)
SPPS: Speaker-amp Power-Save-Mode (Table 38)
0: Normal Operation
1: Power Save Mode (default)
When the SPPS bit = “1”, the Speaker-amp is in power-save-mode and the SPP pin becomes Hi-Z and SPN pin is
set to HVDD/2 voltage. When the PMSPK bit = “1”, this bit is valid. After the RESETN pin changes from “L” to
“H”, the PMSPK bit is “0”, which powers down Speaker-amp
■ Headphone Output (04H)
HPMT: Headphone Amp Mute Control (Figure 26)
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
■ Mono Output (06H)
MOMT: Mono Output Mute Control (Table 30)
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
MOGN2-0: MOUT Volume Control (Table 31)
Default: “000” (+6dB)
■ Boost Control (08H)
BST1-0: Bass Boost Control (Table 24)
Default: “00” (OFF)
■ BEEP Volume (0AH)
BPMT: BEEP Input Mute Control
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
■ Phone Volume (0CH)
AUXMT: AUX Input Mute Control (Table 28)
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
GN4-0: AUX Input Volume Control (Table 28)
Default: “08H” (0dB)
■ MIC Volume (0EH)
MICMT: Mic Input Mute Control (Table 14)
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
MGAIN: MIC-Amp Gain Control (Table 10)
0: 0dB (default)
1: +20dB
IPGA5-0: IPGA Control (Table 14)
Default: “08H” (0dB)
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■ Line In Volume (10H)
LNMT: Line Input Mute Control (Table 29)
0: Mute OFF
1: Mute ON (default)
GL4-0: Lch Line Input Volume Control (Table 29)
Default: “08H” (0dB)
GR4-0: Rch Line Input Volume Control (Table 29)
Default: “08H” (0dB)
■ PCM Volume (18H)
SMUTE: Soft Mute Control (Figure 21)
0: Normal Operation (default)
1: DAC outputs soft-muted
Soft mute operation is independent of digital attenuator and is performed in the digital domain.
ATTL/R6-0: Digital ATT Control (Table 25)
Default: “00H”(0dB)
■ Record Select Control Register (1AH)
AUXAD: AUXIN to ADC enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
MICAD: IPGA to ADC enable
0: OFF
1: ON (default)
■ General Purpose (20H)
LOOP: Internal Digital Loopback
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
When LOOP bit is “1”, VRA bit should be “0”.
MSEL: Internal/External MIC Select (Table 9 at MDIF bit = “0”)
0: Internal MIC (default)
1: External MIC
MDIF: Differential MIC Input Select (Table 9)
0: Single-ended Input (default)
1: Differential Input
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■ Power Management (26H)
PR6-0: Power Management (Table 6)
Default: “0000011” (ADC, DAC Power down)
REF: Internal VREF Power-up (Read only)
0: NOT Ready
1: Ready
ANL: Analog Mixer Power-up (Read only)
0: NOT Ready
1: Ready
DAC: DAC ready to accept data (Read only)
0: NOT Ready
1: Ready
ADC: ADC ready to transmit data (Read only)
0: NOT Ready
1: Ready
■ Extended Audio Status & Control (2AH)
VRA: Enables Variable Rate Audio mode in conjunction with Audio Sample Rate Control Registers and
tag-bit/SLOTREQ signaling.
0: OFF(default). PLL is powered-down.
1: ON
■ Audio Sample Rate control Registers (2CH, 32H)
SR15-0: Sample Rate Control for DAC (2CH) and ADC (32H) (Table 4, Table 5)
Default: “BB80H”(48kHz)
These Sample Rate setting is done at VRA bit = “1”.
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■ Power Management (60H)
PMMIC: MIC Block (MIC-Amp and ALC1) Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMAUX: AUX Input Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMMO: Mono Line Output Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMLIN: Stereo Line Input Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMBPM: Mono Beep Input Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
Even if PMBPM= “0”, the path is still connected between BEEP pin and HP/SPK-Amp. BPMHP and BPMSP
bits should be set to “0” to disconnect these paths, respectively.
PMHPR: Headphone-Amp Rch Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMHPL: Headphone-Amp Lch Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
PMSPK: Speaker-Amp Power Management
0: Power down (default)
1: Power up
MCKPD: XTI pin pull down control
0: Master Clock input enable (default)
1: XTI pin is internally pulled-down
MPWRI: Internal MIC Power Supply Control (Table 11)
0: OFF (default)
1: MIC Power is ON for Internal MIC.
MPWRI bit is enabled when PMMIC bit = “1”.
MPWRE: External MIC Power Supply Control (Table 12)
0: OFF (default)
1: MIC Power is ON for External MIC.
MPWRE bit is enabled when PMMIC bit = “1”.
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■ Signal Select (62H)
MO2: Mono Output (MOUT2 pin) Enable
0: OFF
1: ON (default)
When MO2 bit = “0”, MOUT2 pin outputs VCOM voltage. MOUT2 pin outputs signal when MO2 bit = “1”
and PMSPK bit = “1”. MOUT2 pin goes to Hi-Z state when PMSPK bit = “0”.
ALCS: ALC2 to Speaker-Amp Enable
0: OFF
1: ON (default)
BPMSP: BEEP to Speaker-Amp Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
BPMHP: BEEP to Headphone-Amp Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
DAMO: DAC to Mono Line Output Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
MICM: IPGA to Mono Line Output Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
MICL: IPGA to Headphone/Speaker-Amp Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
AUXL: AUXIN to Headphone/Speaker-Amp Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
DAHS: DAC to Headphone/Speaker-Amp Enable
0: OFF
1: ON (default)
LNMP: LIN/MPE pin Selection
0: MPE pin (Default)
1: LIN pin
RNMD: RIN/MDT pin Selection
0: MDT pin (default)
1: RIN pin
INBP: IN2/BEEP pin Selection
0: BEEP pin (default)
1: IN2 pin
HPM: Mono Output Select of Headphone
0: Stereo (default)
1: Mono [(L+R)/2]
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■ ALC/DAC Control (64H)
DEM1-0: De-emphases response (Table 23)
Default: “01” (OFF)
TM1-0: Soft Mute Time Select (Table 27)
Default: “00” (1024/fs)
HPDT: Headphone Jack Insertion Detection Function Enable
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
ATSW: Headphone/Speaker Automatic Switch Function Enable by Headphone Jack Insertion (Table 35, Table 36)
0: OFF
1: ON (default)
ATPU: Headphone-Amp Automatic Power-up Function Enable by Pen Touch (Figure 38)
0: OFF (default)
1: ON
DATTC: DAC Digital Attenuator Control Mode Select
0: Independent
1: Dependent (default)
When DATTC= “1”, ATTL6-0 bits control both Lch and Rch at the same time. ATTR6-0 bits are not changed
when the ATTL6-0 bits are written.
REF5-0: Maximum IPGA value at ALC1 Recovery Operation (Table 21)
Default: “2DH” (+19dB)
During the ALC1 recovery operation, if the IPGA value exceeds the setting maximum value (REF5-0 bits) by
gain operation, then the IPGA does not become larger than the maximum value.
HPINT: INTN pin Output Enable for Headphone Jack Detection
Default: “0” (OFF)
When HPINT bit = “1”, INTN pin is enabled to output the interrupt signal of headphone jack detection.
■ ALC Control (66H)
LTM1-0: ALC1 limiter operation period at zero crossing disable (ZELMN bit = “1”) (Table 17)
Default: “00” (0.5/fs)
The IPGA value is changed immediately when zero crossing is disabled (ZELMN bit = “1”). When the IPGA
value is changed continuously, the change is done by the period specified by the LTM1-0 bits.
WTM1-0: ALC1 Recovery Waiting Period (Table 19)
Default: “00” (128/fs)
WTM1-0 bits set a period of recovery operation when any limiter operation does not occur during the ALC1
operation.
ZTM1-0: ALC1 zero crossing timeout selection (Table 18)
Default: “00” (128/fs)
When the IPGA performs zero crossing or timeout, the IPGA value is changed by the μP WRITE operation,
ALC1 recovery operation or ALC1 limiter operation (ZELMN bit = “0”).
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ROTM: ALC2 Recovery Waiting Period (Table 39)
0: 2048/fs (default)
1: 512/fs
LMTH: ALC1 Limiter Detection Level / Recovery Waiting Counter Reset Level (Table 15)
Default: “0” (−6dB/−8dB)
The ALC1 limiter detection level and the ALC1 recovery counter reset level may be offset by about ±2dB.
RGAIN: ALC1 Recovery GAIN Step (Table 20)
Default: “0” (0.5dB)
During the ALC1 recovery operation, RGAIN bit sets the number of steps changed from the current IPGA
value. For example, when the current IPGA value is “30H” and RGAIN bit is “1”, the IPGA changes to “32H”
by the ALC1 recovery operation and the output signal level is gained up by 1dB (=0.5dB x 2). When the IPGA
value exceeds the maximum level (REF5-0 bits), the IPGA value does not increase.
LMAT1-0: ALC1 Limiter ATT Step (Table 16)
Default: “00” (0.5dB)
During the ALC1 limiter operation, when IPGA value exceeds the ALC1 limiter detection level set by LMTH
bit, LMAT1-0 bits set the number of steps attenuated from the current IPGA value. For example, when the
current IPGA value is “47H” and LMAT1-0 bits is “11”, the IPGA value decreases to “43H” when the ALC1
limiter operation starts, resulting in the input signal level being attenuated by 2dB (=0.5dB x 4). When the
attenuation value exceeds IPGA = “00H” (−8dB), it clips to “00H”.
ZELMN: Zero crossing detection enable at ALC1 Limiter operation
0: Enable (default)
1: Disable
When the ZELMN bit = “0”, the IPGA performs a zero crossing or timeout and the IPGA value is changed by
the ALC1 operation. The zero crossing timeout is the same as the ALC1 recovery operation. When the
ZELMN bit = “1”, the IPGA value is changed immediately.
ALC1: ALC1 enable
0: ALC1 Disable (default)
1: ALC1 Enable
ALC2: ALC2 enable
0: ALC2 Disable (default)
1: ALC2 Enable
■ Volume Control (68H)
ATTS2-0: Volume control of signal from IPGA to Headphone/Speaker-Amp (Table 7)
Default: “2H” (−12dB)
ATTM: Volume control of signal from IPGA to Mono Line Output (Table 8)
0: 0dB (default)
1: −4dB
ATS: Digital attenuator transition time setting (Table 26)
Default: “0” (531/fs)
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■ Detect Result (6AH)
DTMIC: MIC detection result (Read only, Table 13)
0: Microphone is not detected.
1: Microphone is detected
DTHPJ: Headphone jack insertion detection result (Read only, Table 34)
0: Headphone jack is not inserted.
1: Headphone jack is inserted.
DTPEN: Pen touch detection result when PM12AD bit = “0”, PENINT bit = “1” and PINTR bit = “1” (Read only)
0: Pen is not touched.
1: Pen is touched.
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■ 12bit ADC Control 1 (70H)
A2-0, SER: 12bit ADC measurement item select (Table 45)
Default: “0001” (N/A)
ADMODE1-0: 12bit ADC measurement mode select (Table 49, Table 51)
Default: “00” (74H Register Read)
ADEXE1-0: ADEXE mode select (Table 53)
Default: “00” (Mode 0)
DLY3-0: Wait time select from mode setting to ADC execution (Table 47)
Default: “0000” (1TS)
MSR1-0: Measurement times select (Table 52)
Default: “00” (4 times)
ADFLT: 12bit ADC data filtering select (Table 48)
0: OFF (default)
1: 4 data averaging
PM12AD: 12bit ADC for touch screen controller power management (Table 6)
0: Power Down (default)
1: Power Up
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■ 12bit ADC Control 2 (72H)
SLOT: 12bit ADC data reception method select (Table 44)
0: Register (default)
1: Slot
SLOTNO1-0: 12bit ADC measurement result output slot select (Table 50)
Default: “00” (Slot 5)
PINTE: 12bit ADC for touch screen controller power management (Table 46)
0: Power Down
1: Power Up (default)
PMVREF: Internal reference voltage for touch screen controller power management (Table 46)
0: Power Down (default)
1: Power Up
PINTR: DTPEN bit output enable for pen interrupt
Default: “1” (ON)
When PINTR bit is “1”, pen interrupt is output at DTPEN bit.
PENINT: INTN pin output enable for pen interrupt
Default: “0” (OFF)
When PENINT bit is “1”, pen interrupt is output via INTN pin.
GINT: Slot output enable for pen interrupt
Default: “0” (OFF)
When GINT bit is “1” and AC-link operates, pen interrupt is output at bit 0 of slot 12 on SDATAIN.
■ 12bit ADC Data (74H, 76H, 78H)
ADE: Measurement data valid (Read only)
0: Invalid
1: Valid
A2-0: Measurement item (Read only, Table 45)
D11-0: 12bit ADC measurement data (Read only)
■ Vendor ID (7CH, 7EH)
“A(41H), K(4BH), M(4DH), 16(10H)” (Read only)
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SYSTEM DESIGN
Figure 57 shows the system connection diagram for the AK4650. An evaluation board [AKD4650] is available which
demonstrates the optimum layout, power supply arrangements and measurement results.
2.2k
0.1u
2.2k
0.1u
2.2u
MIC Jack
0.1u
+
0.1u
10k
4.7n
10k
10u 0.1u
NC
IN2
AVDD
VCOM
AUXIN+
MPI
EXT
MPE
NC
VCOC1
VCOC2
AVSS
MVREF AUXIN−
INT
MDT
AIN
MICOUT
XP
TSVDD
YP
XN
YN
TSVSS
0.1u
MOUT− MOUT+
+
Touch
Screen
+
AK4650VG
HPL
HPR
HVSS
HVDD
47u
+ 47u
2.2k
4.7n
+
2.2k
Regulator
4.7u
2.7 ∼ 3.6V
10u
∼ 5V
Battery
0.1u
Internal MIC
Headphone
Jack
0.1u 10u
IN1
VBAT
VREF
TEST2
NC
ADEXE
INTN
XTO
SDATA
OUT
DVSS2 SDATAIN SYNC
NC
DVDD1
XTI
DVSS1
BITCLK
SPP
SPN
MUTET
HDT
MOUT2
MIN
PLL1
TEST1
0.1u
+
4.7u
LCD
Driver
100k
DVDD2 RESETN
1u
8ohm
Speaker
0.1u
10
+
10u 0.1u
0.1u
24.576MHz
Controller
Digital Ground
Analog Ground
Note 47. AVSS, DVSS, HVSS and TSVSS of the AK4650 should be distributed separately from the ground of external
controllers.
Note 48. All input pins except for internal pull-down pins should not be left floating.
Figure 57. Typical Connection Diagram
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1. Grounding and Power Supply Decoupling
The AK4650 requires careful attention to power supply and grounding arrangements. AVDD, DVDD, HVDD and
TSVDD are usually supplied from the system’s analog supply. If AVDD, DVDD, HVDD and TSVDD are supplied
separately, the correct power up sequence should be observed. AVSS, DVSS, HVSS and TSVSS of the AK4650 should
be connected to the analog ground plane. System analog ground and digital ground should be connected together near to
where the supplies are brought onto the printed circuit board. Decoupling capacitors should be as near to the AK4538 as
possible, with the small value ceramic capacitor being the nearest.
2. Voltage Reference
VCOM is a signal ground of this chip. A 2.2μF electrolytic capacitor in parallel with a 0.1μF ceramic capacitor attached
to the VCOM pin eliminates the effects of high frequency noise. No load current may be drawn from the VCOM pin. All
signals, especially clocks, should be kept away from the VREF and VCOM pins in order to avoid unwanted coupling into
the AK4650.
3. Analog Inputs
The Mic, Beep and stereo line inputs are single-ended. AUX input is differential. The input signal range scales with
nominally at 0.06 x AVDD Vpp for the Mic input, 0.6 x AVDD Vpp for the Beep input, stereo line input and AUX input,
centered around the internal common voltage (0.45 x AVDD). Usually the input signal is AC coupled using a capacitor.
The cut-off frequency is fc = 1/(2πRC). The AK4650 can accept input voltages from AVSS to AVDD.
4. Analog Outputs
The input data format for the DAC is 2’s complement. The output voltage is a positive full scale for 7FFFH(@16bit) and
a negative full scale for 8000H(@16bit). Mono output from the MOUT2 pin and Mono Line Output from the
MOUT+/MOUT− pins are centered at 0.45 x AVDD, Headphone-Amp is centered at 0.44 x AVDD and Speaker-Amp
output is centered at HVDD/2, respectively.
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PACKAGE
57pin BGA (Unit: mm)
5.0 ± 0.1
φ 0.05
A
57 - φ 0.3 ± 0.05
M S AB
9 8 7 65
4 3 2 1
4.0
5.0 ± 0.1
A
B
C
D
E
B
F
G
H
J
0.5
0.5
S
1.0MAX
0.25 ± 0.05
0.08 S
■ Material & Lead finish
Package molding compound:
Interposer material:
Solder ball material:
Epoxy
BT resin
SnAgCu
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MARKING
4650
XXXX
XXXX: Date code (4 digit)
Pin #1 indication
REVISION HISTORY
Date (YY/MM/DD)
06/04/24
07/04/18
Revision
00
01
Reason
First Edition
Error correct
Page
Contents
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Pin/Function
VCOM pin:
“Common Voltage Output Pin.” Æ
“Common Voltage Output Pin, 0.45 x AVDD.”
VCOC2 pin: “Output 1” Æ “Output 2”
A/D Converter for Touch Screen
“The AK4650 incorporates a 12-bit successive
approximation resistor A/D converter for
position measurement, temperature, and battery
voltage.”
Æ “The AK4650 incorporates a 12-bit successive
approximation resistor A/D converter for
position measurement, and battery voltage.”
Voltage Reference (VREF)
“This reference is used in the single-ended mode
for the battery monitoring, temperature
measurement, or for auxiliary input.”
Æ “This reference is used in the single-ended
mode for the battery monitoring, or for auxiliary
input.”
Pen Interrupt
“If the temperature, VBAT, or auxiliary inputs is
selected, INTN pin is forced to “H” regardless of
the touched/non-touched state.”
Æ “If VBAT, or auxiliary inputs is selected,
INTN pin is forced to “H” regardless of the
touched/non-touched state.”
Method using SDTAIN Slot
4-1. Sequential measurement of set item:
“(1) When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch waiting
state (PM12AD bit = “0”) should set.”
Æ “(1) When SLOT bit = “1”, pen touch
waiting state (PM12AD bit = “0” and PINTE bit
= “1”) should set.”
45
48
49
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Revision
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Reason
Error correct
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68
70
Contents
2) AC-Link Input Frame (SDATAIN)
Table 55. SDATAIN Slot0:
“In this case, Bits 14 and 13 are “1”.” was added.
[Slot 12]:
“When SLOT bit = “1” and SLOTNO1-0 bits =
“00””
Æ “When SLOT bit = “1” and SLOTNO1-0 bits
= “10””
Active Test Mode
Note 46.:
“which issues RESETN” Æ
“which issues RESETN = “L” to “H””
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other hazard related device or systemNote2), and AKEMD assumes no responsibility for such use, except for the use
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Note1) A critical component is one whose failure to function or perform may reasonably be expected to result,
whether directly or indirectly, in the loss of the safety or effectiveness of the device or system containing it, and
which must therefore meet very high standards of performance and reliability.
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