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2015 Analog Devices, EZ-Board Evaluation System ManualVersion , May 2015ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System ManualContents1Preface Overview of This Manual Audience Contents s New in This Manual Support Processors Tools Information Devices Web Site 122Using the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Contents EZ-Board Configuration Installation Session Startup License Memory Flash EEPROM Interface Interface Interface ADC Interface Interface Interface Interface Express Interface Ports Interface Monitor Interface Oscillator Interface Interface Test Interface Architecture Measurements Programs Design Information 253ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Hardware Reference Architecture Switches (SoftConfig) of SoftConfig on the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board SoftConfig Switches Buttons and Switches Mode Select Switch (SW1) Push Button (SW2) Push Buttons (SW3 4) Interface Switches (SW6 7) Loopback Jumper (JP1) Jumpers (J21) Jumpers (P14 19, P23) LED (LED1) to UART Activity LEDs (LED2 3) Speed LED (LED4) LEDs (LED5 8) LED (LED9) LEDs (LED10 12) LED (LED13) Holder (J1) Connector (J2) Port_JTAG Connectors (J3, J23) Optical Tx Connector (J4) Connector (J5) Input Output Connector (J6) Input Connectors (J7 J11) Connectors (J12 J13) Connector (J14) Optical Rx Connector (J15) Output Connector (J16) Digital Connector (J17) Connector (J18) Connector (J19) Connector (J20) Connector (J21) Connector (J22) Connector (P1) Connector (P2) Connector (P3) and JTAG Connector (P7) to UART Connector (P8) Connectors (P10 P11) Connector (P22) Interface III Connectors (P1A C, P2A, P3A) 474Appendix A - Bill of Materials 485Appendix B - Schematics 64ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual5Copyright Information 2015 Analog Devices, Inc., ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This document may not be reproduced in any form without prior, express written consent from Analog Devices, Devices, Inc. reserves the right to change this product without prior notice. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its use; nor for any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under the patent rights of Analog Devices, and Service Mark NoticeThe Analog Devices logo, CrossCore, AB, EngineerZone, EZ-Board, EZ-KIT Lite and VisualDSP++ 2are registered trademarks of Analog Devices, Inc. Blackfin, Blackfin+, SHARC, SHARC+ and SigmaStudio are trademarks of Analog Devices, Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks or service marks of their respective ComplianceThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board is designed to be used solely in a laboratory environment. The board is not intended for use as a consumer end product or as a portion of a consumer end product. The board is an open system design which does not include a shielded enclosure and therefore may cause interference to other electrical devices in close proximity. This board should not be used in or near any medical equipment or RF ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board is in the process of being certified to comply with the essential requirements of the European EMC directive 2004/108/EC and therefore carries the "CE" EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual6The ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board contains ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on the human body and equipment and can discharge without detection. Permanent damage may occur on devices subjected to high-energy discharges. Proper ESD precautions are recommended to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality. Store unused EZ-Boards in the protective shipping EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual71 PrefaceThank you for purchasing the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board , Analog Devices, Inc. evaluation system for the ADSP-SC58x family of SHARC ADSP-SC589 processor is based on the SHARC+ core dual processor with the ARM Cortex-A5 processor core and is designed for a wide array of markets, from automotive and pro-audio to industrial-based applications that require high floating-point performance. The EZ-Board is shipped with all of the necessary hardware you can start the evaluation immediately. The package contains the standalone evaluation board, CE-approved power supply, and USB cable. The EZ-KIT Lite version ships with the ICE-1000 emulator, while the EZ-Board version requires the customer to provide an ICE-1000 or ICE-2000 Interface III connectors are provided for interfacing with additional extender boards to provide LCD, camera, video, and mechanical switches for changing the board's factory setup have been removed in favor of I2C controlled software switches. The only remaining mechanical switches are the boot mode switch, JTAG configuration switches, and push evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the -CrossCore Embedded Studio (CCES) development tools to test capabilities of the ADSP-SC58x processors. The development environment aids advanced application code development and debug, such as:Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written in C++, C, and assemblyLoad, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application programsRead and write data and program memoryRead and write core and peripheral Product OverviewThe board features:Analog Devices ADSP-SC589 processor529-ball 19 mm x 19 mm package25 MHz CLKIN0 and CLKIN1 programmable oscillatorDDR3 memoryTwo 128M x 16-bit (2G bit)Micron MT41J128M16JT-125SPI FlashADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual8128M bitSingle, dual, and quad mode supportWindbond W25Q128FVSPI EEPROM1K bitMicrochip 25LC010AEthernet PHY (EMAC0)10/100/1000 Mb/sTexas Instruments DP83865RJ45 connectorEthernet PHY (EMAC1)10/100 Mb/sTexas Instruments DP83848CRJ45 connectorAudioAnalog Devices ADAU1962A 12-channel, high-perfor- mance, 24-bit digital-to-analog converterAnalog Devices ADAU1979 quad analog-to-digital converter12 RCA connectors configurable as either 12 outputs or 8 outputs and 4 inputsHeadphone audio out connectorSPDIF in/out optical connectorsSPDIF in/out coax connectorsUniversal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART0)FTDI FT232RQ UAB to UART converterUSB micro AB connectorController Area Network (CAN) interfacesCAN0 NXP TJA1145 high speed transceiver for partial networkingCAN1 NXP TJA1055 enhanced fault tolerant transceiverTwo RJ11 connectorsUSB interfacesUSB OTG micro AB connectorADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual9USB HS micro AB " and SMB connectorsPCIePCIe x 1 connectorRESET controllerAnalog Devices ADM6315 microprocessor supervisory circuitsDebug (JTAG/SWD/SWO/TRACE) interfaceJTAG 10-pin " header for use with Analog Devices emulatorTRACE/JTAG 38-pin Mictor headerPower measurementsINA3221 to measure 3V, VDD_INT, and VDD_EXTLEDs13 LEDs: one power (green), one board reset (red), seven Ethernet (green and amber), one SYS_FAULT (red), and three general-purpose (amber)Push buttonsThree push buttons: one reset, and two IRQ/FlagExpansion Interface III connectors (EI3)SMC0PPISPORTSPIUARTTWITMRGPIOsPWR_ outputExternal power supplyCE compliant5V @ ampsADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual10Other featuresSD/MMC memory connectorSigmaStudio resistors for processor current measurementFor information about the hardware components of the EZ-Board, refer to Appendix A - Bill of Purpose of This ManualThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual provides instruc- tions for installing the product hardware (board). The text describes operation and configuration of the board components and provides guide- lines for running your own code on the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board. Finally, a schematic and a bill of materials are provided for Intended AudienceThe primary audience for this manual is a programmer who is familiar with an ARM Cortex-A5-based processor core and a SHARC-based processor ADSP-SC58x family of SHARC+ processors is based on the ARM Cortex-A5/SHARC processor core with floating-point unit and integrated SRAM memory, flash memory, accelerators, and applicable documentation for programming the ARM Cortex-A5 processor core includes:Cortex-A5 Devices Generic User GuideCoreSight ETM-A5 Technical Reference ManualCortex-A5 Technical Reference ManualFor additional information on this Analog Devices processor, see the ADSP-SC58x SHARC+ Processor Hardware Reference. This document describes the ARM Cortex-A5 processor core and memory architecture used on the ADSP-SC58x processor, but does not provide detailed programming information for the ARM more information about programming the ARM core, visit the ARM Information Center: Manual ContentsThe manual consists of:ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual11Chapter 1 Using ADSP-SC589 EZ-BoardDescribes EZ-Board functionality from a programmer's perspective and provides a simplified memory map of the 2 ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Hardware ReferenceProvides information about the EZ-Board hardware A ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Bill Of MaterialsProvides a list of hardware components used to manufacture the B ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board SchematicLists the resources for board-level What s New in This ManualThis is the first edition (Revision ) of the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Technical SupportYou can reach Analog Devices processors and DSP technical support in the following ways:Post your questions in the processors and DSP support community at EngineerZone : your questions to technical support directly at: your questions about processors and processor applications or (Greater China your Analog Devices sales office or authorized questions by mail to: Processors and DSP Technical Support Analog Devices, Inc. Three Technology Way Box 9106 Norwood, MA 02062-9106 USAADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Supported ProcessorsThis evaluation system supports Analog Devices ADSP-SC589 Supported ToolsInformation on supported tools for the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board and the ADSP-SC58x family of processors is available at: Product InformationProduct information can be obtained from the Analog Devices Web site and the online help Analog Devices Web SiteThe Analog Devices Web site, , provides information about a broad range of analog integrated circuits, amplifiers, converters, and digital signal access a complete technical library for each processor family, go to The manuals selection opens a list of current manuals related to the /processors/technical_libraryproduct as well as a link to the previous revisions of the manuals. 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You can search FAQs and technical information to get quick answers to your embedded processing and DSP design EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual13Use EngineerZone to connect with other DSP developers who face similar design challenges. You can also use this open forum to share knowledge and collaborate with the ADI support team and your peers. Visit to sign EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual142 Using the ADSP-SC589 EZ-BoardThis chapter provides information to assist you with development of programs for the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board evaluation following topics are ContentsADSP-SC589 EZ-BoardDefault ConfigurationEZ-Board InstallationEZ-Board Session StartupEvaluation LicenseDDR3 MemorySPI FlashSPI EEPROM InterfaceAudio InterfaceS/PDIF InterfaceHousekeeping ADCCAN InterfaceUART InterfaceEthernet InterfaceUSB InterfacePCI Express InterfaceLink Ports InterfaceCurrent Monitor InterfaceProgrammable OscillatorSD InterfaceDebug InterfacePower-On-Self TestExpansion InterfacePower ArchitectureADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual15Power MeasurementsExample ProgramsReference Design Package ContentsYour ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board package contains the following EZ-Board PCBUniversal 5V DC powerEthernet cableUSB A to micro B cableUSB micro A to A receptacle cableICE-1000 (only in the EZ-KIT Lite version)Standoffs and screws in a bagRelease note2GB SD cardContact the vendor where you purchased your EZ-Board or contact Analog Devices, Inc. if any item is ADSP-SC589 EZ-BoardThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-KIT Lite is shipped with an ICE-1000 emulator. When the product is not shipped with the debugger, it is referred to as the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board requires an ICE-1000 or ICE-2000 Default ConfigurationThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board is designed to run as a standalone image below shows the default jumper settings, connector locations, and LEDs used in installation. Confirm that your board is in the default configuration before using the EZ-Board Evaluation System EZ-Board InstallationIt is assumed that the CrossCore Embedded Studio software is installed and running on your these instructions to ensure correct operation of the product software and 1: Connect an emulator to the one side of the included USB cable into the USB connector of the emulator. Plug the other side into a USB port of the status LED (labeled STATUS) lights up green if the connection with the PC is working and the appropriate Windows driver is installed. Please refer to the appropriate emulator manual if the status LED does not turn the emulator header (J2) on the bottom of the ICE-1000 to the P3 connector on the 2: Attach the provided cord and appropriate plug to the 5V power the jack-end of the assembled power adaptor into the power connector P22 (labeled 5V) on the the other side of the power adaptor into a power outlet. The power LED LED9 (labeled POWER) lights green when power is applied to the EZ-Board Session StartupIt is assumed that the CrossCore Embedded Studio software is installed and running on your : If you connect the board or emulator first (before installing CCES) to the PC, the Windows driver wizard may not find the board EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual17Navigate to the CCES environment through the menu. Note that CCES is not connected Startto the target the Debug Configurations wizard to connect to the EZ-Board. If a debug configuration exists already, select the appropriate -configuration and click . Go to step create a debug configuration, do one of the following:Click the down arrow next to the bug icon , select .Debug ConfigurationsChoose .Run > Debug ConfigurationsThe dialog box ConfigurationSelect and click . Application with CrossCore Debugger(New launch configuration)The page of the ProcessorSession WizardEnsure is selected in . In , select . SHARCProcessor familyProcessor typeADSP-SC589Click . The page of the Connection TypeSession WizardSelect and click .EmulatorNextThe page of the PlatformSession WizardChoose the type of emulator that is connected to the to close the wizard. The new debug configuration is created and added to the FinishDebug Configurations the edit box, users can select an appropriate name to describe the configuration, Nameotherwise a default name is the section, choose the program to load (if the appropriate program is Program(s) to loadnot already populated) when connecting to the board. If not loading any program upon connection to the target, do not make any : Notice that by default there is an application loaded to Core 0 that is not the application created by the user. This is a preload application that is used to set up external memory since Core 0 applications are loaded to L3 memory by default. This preload can be changed if needed but will work for most applications. User applications loaded after a preload should NOT reset as they may undo some of what the preload has already set connected to the target, there is no way to choose a program to download. To load a program once connected, terminate the session and then load the new delete a configuration, go to the dialog box and select the Debug Configurationsconfiguration to delete. Click and choose when asked if you wish to delete the selected Yeslaunch configuration. Then the dialog EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual18To disconnect from the target board, click the terminate button or choose . Run > TerminateTo delete a session, choose > . Select the session name from the TargetSession > Session Listlist and click . Click .DeleteOKThe default configurations that show up in the CCES Debug Configurations wizard are for JTAG mode debugging Evaluation LicenseWhen starting CCES for the first time, you are prompted to install a license with a serial number or to enable evaluation of the product without a serial number. In the box that contains the EZ-Board is a business card with a serial number on it. When prompted, choose "I have a serial number that I would like to activate" and enter the serial number shown on the card. If the evaluation license is installed but not activated, it allows 10 days of unrestricted use and then becomes disabled. The license can be re-enabled by activation. Once activated, the evaluation license offers unrestricted use for a defined period and then becomes disabled until an additional license is installing CCES without using a serial number, you will be limited to 90 evaluation license can be upgraded to a full license. Licenses can be purchased from:Analog Devices directly. Call (800) 262-5645 or 781-937-2384 or go to: Devices, Inc. local sales office or authorized distributor. To locate one, go to: DDR3 MemoryThere are two Dynamic Memory Controllers (DMC) on the ADSP-SC589 processor. Each one connects to a 2Gb Micron MT41K128M16JT chip through the Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (DDR3 SDRAM) controller. The DDR3 memory controller on the processor and the DDR3 memory chip are powered by the on-board regulator. Data is transferred between the processor and DDR3 on both the rising and falling edges of the DDR3 clock. The DDR3 controller on the processor can operate up to a maximum clock frequency of 450 a CCES session running and connected to the EZ-Board through an emulator, the DDR3 registers are configured automatically each time a program is loaded through the use of the preload EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual19An example program is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Package to demonstrate how to set up and access the DDR3 interface. For more information on how to initialize the registers after a reset, refer to the hardware reference SPI FlashThe ADSP-SC589 processor has three SPI interfaces: SPI0, SPI1, and SPI2. SPI2 is connected to a Winbond W25Q128FV 128 Mb serial flash memory with dual and quad SPI support. This flash is used for booting and scratchpad mode is enabled by default. The processor flag signals PC_06 (SPI2_ SEL1), PC_04 (SPI2_D2), and PC_05 (SPI2_D3) are connected by default and can be disconnected by using SoftConfig. Refer to for more Switches (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the SPI flash example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support SPI EEPROM InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has three SPI interfaces: SPI0, SPI1, and SPI2. SPI0 is connected to a Microchip 25LC010A 1 Kb serial flash electronically erasable programmable only memory. This flash is used for storing configuration data for SPI EEPROM is disabled by default. The processor flag signal PD_01 (SPI0_SEL2) is not connected by default and can be connected by using SoftConfig. Refer to Software-Controlled for more (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the SPI flash EEPROM example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Audio InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board contains an ADC and a DAC. The ADAU1979 is a quad analog-to-digital converter. The ADC incorporates four high-performance analog-to-digital converters. This converter uses a multi-bit sigma-delta architecture with continuous time front-end for low EMI. The ADAU1979 contains an SPI port which is used as a control port to adjust volume and many other parameters. The ADAU1962A is a 12-channel high-performance digital-to-analog converter. The DAC uses a multi-bit sigma-delta architecture and is designed for low EMI. This converter contains an SPI port which is used as a control port to adjust volume and other EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual20The EZ-Board is configurable for either 12 outputs or 8 outputs and 4 inputs. Configuration is performed through SoftConfig. The audio channels are available as single-ended RCA connectors J6 and J16. One output channel is also available on a headphone jack (J21).For more information, refer to the audio example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support S/PDIF InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has two built-in S/PDIF transmitters and receivers for digital audio applications. The EZ-Board supports one S/PDIF interface and connects to the transmitter and receiver through RCA and optical connectors J17, J15, J17, and transmit and receive pins of the S/PDIF are connected to DAI pins through SoftConfig. DAI0_PIN19 is connected to S/PDIF receive and DAI0_PIN20 is connected to S/PDIF transmit. Refer to for more Switches (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the S/PDIF example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Housekeeping ADCThe ADSP-SC589 processor provides eight housekeeping ADC inputs HADC0_VIN0 through HADC_VIN7. The EZ-Board connects HADC0_VIN0 to pin 1, HADC0_VIN1 to pin 4, and HADC0_VIN2 to pin 5 of a six-position " header (P21). P21 has the voltage domain on pin 1, voltage domain on pin 3, and VDD_INT voltage domain on pin 6, allowing a jumper to connect the voltage back to the through HADC_VIN5 are connected to SMB connectors (J7, J8, and J8). HADC_VIN6 and HADC_VIN7 are connected to SMB connectors (J8 and J8) through a 1:1 more information, refer to the HADC example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support CAN InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has two CAN instances. Both are used by the Controller Area Network 0 (CAN0) interface of the EZ-Board is connected to the NXP TJA1055/3 enhanced fault-tolerant CAN transceiver. The transceiver is attached to the CAN0 port of the ADSP-SC589 processor through an RJ-11 connector (J12). See CAN Connectors (J12 J13).ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual21The CAN0 transmit, receive, and control signals are connected through the SoftConfig switches and disabled by default. CAN0_EN is connected to -PB_08. CAN0_STB is connected to PB_02. CAN0_ERR is connected to PB_07. See .Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the CAN0 example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Controller Area Network 1 (CAN1) interface of the EZ-Board is connected to the NXP TJA1145 high speed CAN transceiver for partial networking. The transceiver is attached to the CAN1 and SPI0 port of the ADSP-SC589 processor through an RJ-11 connector (J13). See CAN Connectors (J12 J13).The CAN1 transmit and receive signals are connected through the SoftConfig switches and enabled by default. See .Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the CAN1 example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support UART InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has three built-in universal asynchronous transmitters (UARTs). UART0 is connected to an FTDI, FT232RQ, USB to UART converter UART functionality is connected by default through SoftConfig. Refer to Software-Controlled for more (SoftConfig)For more information, refer to the UART example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Ethernet InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has two Ethernet Media Access Controller interfaces. EMAC0 is configurable as 10 Mbps/100 Mbps (interfacing through RMII) or 1 Gbps (interfacing through RGMII). It supports IEEE 1588 and AVB. EMAC1 is 10 Mbps/100 Mbps (interfacing through RMII).On the EZ-Board, EMAC0 is connected to a Texas Instruments DP83865 PHY. It is configured to operate in RGMII-3COM mode. The PHY supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T Ethernet the board, EMAC1 is connected to a Texas Instruments DP83848C PHY. It is configured to operate in RMII mode. The PHY supports 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX Ethernet more information, refer to the Ethernet example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support EZ-Board Evaluation System USB InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has two instances of USB controllers. One supports USB HS On-The-Go (OTG) and the other supports USB HS device mode only. The EZ-Board provides two micro AB connectors. The board supplies a maximum of 5V at 500 mA to a peripheral device when connecting to the OTG connector by enabling a FET switch. The USB controller oversees the FET switch through the USB0_VBC more information, refer to the USB example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support PCI Express InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has one instance of PCIe. The PCIe port can operate as a Root Complex and as an End Point. In each one of these modes it can operate as a Gen1 GT/s or as a Gen2 board is configured by default to operate in EP (Endpoint) mode. In this mode a cable is required to connect the SC589 EZ-Board with a RC (Root Complex) host. Refer to for ore PCIe Connector (J5)information. In order to use the SC589 EZ-Board in RC mode some changes are required to the board. If a clock signal is required to be present on the PCIe connector then 0 ohm resistors need to be populated at locations R417 and R418. The location of these resistors can be found by looking at the layout data in the . A modified PCIe cable is also required in this mode. Reference Design InformationPlease contact Analog Devices for more information about this mode and how to acquire a Link Ports InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has two dedicated link ports. Each link port has a clock pin, an acknowledgment pin, and eight data pins. The ports can operate at up to 150 MHz and act as either receivers or transmitters. The ports are used to interface gluelessly to other ADSP-SC589 processors which also have the link ports pins brought out to a EZ-Board enables access to link ports 0 and 1 through connectors J3 and J23, respectively. Two ADSP-SC589 EZ-Boards can mate gluelessly through the link port connectors using an off-the-shelf cable from Samtec. The processors communicate through the link ports, all while performing independent tasks on each of the EZ-Boards. To loopback the link port connectors on one EZ-Board to another, obtain a standard, off-the-shelf cable from Samtec. For more information, see Link .Port_JTAG Connectors (J3, J23)ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Current Monitor InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board contains a Texas Instruments INA3221 triple-channel, high-side measurement, shunt, and bus voltage monitor. The INNA3221 monitors both shunt voltage drops and bus supply voltages in addition to having programmable conversion times and averaging modes for these signals. It offers both critical and warning alerts to detect out-of-range conditions for each channel. This device is connected to the ADSP-SC589 processor through TWI0. The device is used to measure the voltage levels and current draw from (DDR3), VDD_INT, and more information, refer to the example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Programmable OscillatorThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board contains a Silicon Labs Si5356A I2C programmable, quad output clock generator. This device generates clocks for the CLKIN0 and CLKIN1 inputs for the ADSP-SC589 processor. It also generates the CLKIN for the ADAU1962A. When the board powers up, the CLKIN0 and CLKIN1 signals default to 25 MHz and the ADAU1962A_CLKIN defaults to MHz. The Si5356A connects to the ADSP-SC589 processor through TWI0. Different frequencies can be programmed into the part by using the Silicon Labs ClockBuilder desktop software available .hereFor more information, refer to the example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support SD InterfaceThe ADSP-SC589 processor has a secure digital (SD) interface that consists of a clock pin, command pin, card detect pin, and an 8-bit data bus. SoftConfig controls the connection a GPIO pin used for write protect (PC_15). Refer to and SD Connector (J18) Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig)for more more information, refer to the example in the POST, which is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Debug InterfaceThe EZ-Board provides a JTAG connection through a connector (P3), which is a " pitch header. A 16-bit trace connection also is available through a connector (P2), although this is not supported at this time. See JTAG Connector (P3) and TRACE and JTAG Connector (P7) for more EZ-Board Evaluation System Power-On-Self TestThe Power-On-Self-Test (POST) program tests all EZ-Board peripherals and validates functionality as well as connectivity to the processor. Once assembled, each EZ-Board is fully tested for an extended period of time with POST. All EZ-Boards are shipped with POST burned into flash memory. The POST is executed by resetting the board and pressing the proper push button(s) sequence. The POST also can be used as a reference for a custom software design or hardware source code for the POST program is included in the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Package along with the file that describes how to configure the board run Expansion InterfaceThe expansion interface allows a custom-design daughter board to be tested across various hardware platforms that have the same expansion Expansion Interface III (EI3) implemented on the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board consists of five connectors: P1A, P1B, P1C, P2A, and P3A. The connectors contain a majority of the processor's signals. For pinout information, go to .Appendix B - SchematicsLimits to current and interface speed must be taken into consideration when using the expansion interface. Current for extenders connected to the EI3 connectors can be sourced from the EZ-Board; therefore, the current should be limited to 250 mA for 5V, and 300 mA from the planes. If more current is required, a separate power connector and a regulator must be designed on the daughter card. Additional circuitry implemented on extender cards can add extra loading to signals, decreasing their maximum effective Devices does not support and is not responsible for the effects of additional Power ArchitectureThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board has four primary voltage domains: , , and The power input is a 5V wall Analog Devices ADP5054 controller provides four voltage levels for the VDD_EXT signal and the power requirements of the board, for the VDD_INT signal, for the DDR3 interface and for the DP83865 voltage levels can be measured using the INA3221 IC for , VDD_INT, and Current consumption of the power rail could be measured with this same device when the corresponding jumper is removed. See for more MeasurementsADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Power MeasurementsLocations are provided for measuring the current draw from various power planes. Precision ohm shunt resistors are available on the VDD_EXT, VDD_INT, USB0_VBUS, and and voltage domains. For measuring cur- rent draw, the jumper is removed, voltage across the resistor can be measured using an oscilloscope, and the value of the resistor can be mea- sured using a precision multi-meter. Once voltage and resistance are measured, the current can be calculated by dividing the voltage by the resistance. For the highest accuracy, a differential probe should be used for measuring the voltage across the Example ProgramsExample programs are provided with the ADSP-SC589 Board Support Package to demonstrate various capabilities of the programs can be found in the \examples folder. The number after the "Rel" could be higher for newer versions. Refer to a readme file provided with each example for more Reference Design InformationA reference design info package is available for download on the Analog Devices Web site. The package provides information on the design, layout, fabrication, and assembly of the information can be found at: ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual263 ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Hardware ReferenceThis chapter describes the hardware design of the ADSP-SC584 following topics are Architecture - Describes the board's configuration and explains how the board components interface with the Switches (SoftConfig) - Lists and describes the processor signals routed through the software-controlled Buttons and Switches - Shows the locations and describes the push buttons and - Shows the locations and describes the configuration Shows the locations and describes the - Shows the locations and provides part numbers for the on-board System ArchitectureThis section describes the processor's configuration on the EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual27The ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board has two 25 MHz input clocks and runs at a max core clock frequency of 450 MHz. The input clock frequency can be changed through the SI5356A I2C programmable clock Software-Controlled Switches (SoftConfig)On the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board, most of the traditional mechanical switches have been replaced by I2C software-controlled switches. The remaining mechanical switches are provided for the boot mode and push buttons. Reference any SoftConfig*.c file found in the installation directory for an example of how to set up the SoftConfig feature of the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board through SoftConfig section of this manual serves as a reference to any user that intends to modify an existing software example. If software provided from ADI is used, there should be little need to reference this should be taken when changing SoftConfig settings not to create a conflict with interfaces. This is especially true when connecting extender EZ-Board Evaluation System Overview of SoftConfigIn order to further clarify the use of electronic single FET switches and multi-channel bus switches, an example of each is illustrated and compared to a traditional mechanical switching solution. This is a generic example that uses the same FET and bus switch components that are on the this generic discussion there is a detailed -explanation of the SoftConfig interface specific to the ADSP-SC589 circuit below shows two individual FET switches (Pericom PI3A125CEX) with reference designators UA and UB. Net names ENABLE_A and ENABLE_B control UA and UB. The default FET switch enable settings in this example are controlled by resistors RA and RB which pull the enable pin 1 of UA and UB to ground (low). In a real example, these enable signals are controlled by the Microchip IO expander. The default pull-down resistors connect the signals EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_A and EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_B and also connect signals EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_C and EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_D. To disconnect EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_A from EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_B, the Microchip IO expander is used to change ENABLE_A to a logic 1 through software that interfaces with the Microchip. The same procedure for ENABLE_B would disconnect EXAMPLE_SIGNAL_C from image below shows the equivalent circuit as above but utilizes mechanical switches that are in the same package. Notice the default is shown by black boxes located closer to the ON label of the switches. In order to disconnect these switches, physically move the switch to the OFF EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual29The circuit below shows a bus switch example, reference designator UC (Pericom PI3LVD512ZHE), selecting between lettered functionality and numbered functionality. The signals on the left side are multiplexed signals with naming convention letter_number. The right side of the circuit shows the signals separated into letter and number, with the number on the lower group (eg. 0B1) and the letter on the upper group (eg. 0B2). The default setting is controlled by the signal CONTROL_LETTER_NUMBER which is pulled low. This selects the number signals on the right to be connected to the multiplexed signals on the left by default. In this example, the Microchip IO expander is not shown but controls the signal CONTROL_LETTER_NUMBER and allows the user to change the selection through image below shows the equivalent circuit as above but utilizes mechanical switches. Notice the default for reference designators SWC and SWD is illustrated by black boxes located closer to the ON label of the switches to enable the number signals by default. Also notice the default setting for reference designators SWE and SWF is OFF. In order to connect the letters instead of the numbers, the user physically changes all switches on SWC and SWD to the OFF position and all switches on SWE and SEF to the ON EZ-Board Evaluation System SoftConfig on the ADSP-SC589 EZ-BoardTwo Microchip MCP23017 GPIO expanders provide control for individual electronic switches. The TWI0 interface of the processor communicates with the Microchip that only interfaces affected by software switches are ADSP-SC589 Processor Interface AvailabilityInterfaceAvailability by DefaultUART0USB to UART FTDI232RQEMAC0RGMII interface enabledEMAC1RMII interface enabledSPI FlashQuad mode enabledAudio Connectors4 inputs/8 outputsSD CardWrite protect enabledS/PDIF DigitalS/PDIF RCA input and output connectors enabledPush buttonsEnabledADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual31Default ADSP-SC589 Processor Interface Programming SoftConfig SwitchesOn the ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board, two Microchip MCP23017 devices exist. Each of these devices have the following programming characteristics:Each switch has two programmable GPIO RegisterRegister AddressGPIOA0x12GPIOB0x13Each GPIO register controls eight signals (software switches).By default, the Microchip MCP23017 GPIO signals function as input signals must be programmed as output signals to override their default values. The following table shows the Microchip register addresses and the values that must be written to them to program the signals as output RegisterIODIR Register AddressValue to be Written to Program Signals as OutputsIODIRA0x000IODIRB0x010Each of the examples in the ADSP-SC58x Board Support Package include source files that program the soft switches, even if the default settings are being used. The README for each example identifies only the signals that are being changed from their default values. The code that programs the soft switches is located in the file in each following tables outline the default values for each of the two Microchip MCP23017 Register AddressDefault ValueGPIOA0x120xE0GPIOB0x130x00ADSP-SC58 9 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual32GPIOMCP23017 Register AddressDefault ValueGPIOA0x120xB9GPIOB0x130x3FThe ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Schematic shows how the two Microchip GPIO expanders are connected to the board's tables below show the output signals of the Microchip GPIO expander (U47), with a TWI address of 0100 001X, where X represents the read or write bit. The signals that control an individual FET have an entry under the column. The column shows the board IC that is FETComponent Connectedconnected if the FET is enabled. The Microchip (U47) is controlling the enable signal of a FET switch. Also note that if a particular functionality of the processor signal is being used, it will be in under the fontProcessor SignalOutput Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander (U47 Port A)BitSignal NameDescriptionFETProcessor Signal(if applicable)ComponentConnectedDefault0EEP ROM_ENSPI EEPROM CSU9PD_01// ACM0_A4/SMC0_AOE/ SPI0_SEL2SPI0_SSU40High1UART0_FLOW_ENUAR T0 Flow ControlU26PC_15// PPI0_FS3/ACM0_A2/ UART0_RTSSMC0_AMS0, PD_00/ / PPI0_D23UART0_CTS/ACM0_A3/ SMC0_D07U7High2UART0_ENEnables UART0U26PC_13// SPI1_SEL1/ACM0_A0, UART0_TXPC_14// ACM0_A1/TM0_ACI0UART0_RXU7Low3ETH0_ENEna bles Ethernet 0U2, U29EMAC0 signalsU46Low4ETH1_ENEnables Ethernet 1U28EMAC1 signalsU51Low5MLB3_ENEnables MLB3NoneJ20HighADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual33BitSignal NameDescriptionFETProcessor Signal(if applicable)ComponentConnectedDefault6CAN 0_ENEnables CAN0U4CAN0 signalsU33High7CAN1_ENEnables CAN1U4CAN1 signalsU43HighOutput Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander (U47 Port B)BitSignal NameDescriptionFETProcessor Signal(if applicable)ComponentConnectedDefault0ADA U1962_ENEnables ADAU1962U5DAI1_PIN02, DAI1_PIN04, DAI1_PIN01, DAI1_PIN05U8High1ADAU1979_ENEnables ADAU1979U5DAI1_PIN12, DAI1_PIN20, DAI1_PIN06, DAI1_PIN07U42High2AUDIO_JACK_SELSelects between connec- tor being configured for input or outputU41NoneJ6High3SD_WP_ENSD Card Write ProtectU10PC_15/UART0_RTS/ PPI0_FS3/ACM0_A2/ SMC0_AMS0J18Low4SPI2FLASH_CS_ENSPI2 FLASH CSU11PC_06// SPI2_SEL1SPI2_SSU44Low5SPI2D2_D3_ENEnabl es Quad mode forSPI2 FlashU12,U13PC_04/,PC_05/SPI2_D2SPI2_D3U 44Low6SPDIF_OPTICAL_ENEnables S/PDIF optical connectorsU17,U18DAI0_PIN19, DAI0_PIN20J4, J15High7SPDIF_DIGITAL_ENU50, U53LowADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual34BitSignal NameDescriptionFETProcessor Signal(if applicable)ComponentConnectedDefaultEnab les S/PDIF digital connectorsU16,U19DAI0_PIN19, DAI0_PIN20The table below shows the output signals of the Microchip GPIO expander (U48), with a TWI address of 0100 010X, where X represents the read or write bit. The signals that control an individual FET have an entry under the column. The column shows the board IC that is FETComponent Connectedconnected if the FET is enabled. Note that some of the Microchip (U48) output signals are connected directly to components on the board. However, in most cases, the Microchip (U48) is controlling the enable signal of a FET switch. Also note that if a particular functionality of the processor signal is being used, it will be in under the fontProcessor SignalOutput Signals of Microchip GPIO Expander (U48 Port A)BitSignal NameDescriptionFETProcessor Signal(if applicable)ComponentConnectedDefault0PUS HBUTTON1_ENPF_00 is used as GPIO input for push button 1, enabled by defaultU23PF_00/TM0_TMR6/ SPI1_SEL6U32Low1PUSHBUTTON2_ENPF_01 is used as GPIO input for push button 2, enabled by defaultU24PF_01/TM0_TMR7/ SPI1_SEL7U33Low2LED10_ENPE_13 is used as GPIO output for LED10, enabled by defaultU20PE_13/SPI1_CLK/ PPI0_D20/ SMSC0_AMS1U6Low3LED11_ENPE_14 is used as GPIO output for LED11, enabled by defaultU21PE_14/SPI1_MISO/ PPI0_D21/ SMSC0_ABE0U6Low4LED12_ENPE_15 is used as GPIO output for LED12, enabled by defaultU22PE_15/SPI1_MOSI/ PPI0_D22/ Push Buttons and SwitchesThis section describes operation of the push buttons and EZ-Board Evaluation System Boot Mode Select Switch (SW1)The rotary switch (SW1) determines the boot mode of the processor. By default, the ADSP-SC589 processor boots from the SPI flash PositionProcessor Boot Mode0No boot1SPI2 master boot. Default boot slave boot6LP0 slave boot7UART0 slave Reset Push Button (SW2)The reset push button (SW2) resets the following ICs: processor (U1), GPIO extender (U47), GPIO extender (U48), and Ethernet PHY (U51). Also, the reset push button is connected to the expansion interface through the SYS_HWRST GPIO Push Buttons (SW3 4)The GPIO push buttons (SW3 and SW4) are connected to the processor's signals PF_01/TM0_TMR7/SPI1_SEL7b and PF_00/TM0_TMR6/SPI1_SEL6b respectively. The signals are connected by EZ-Board Evaluation System JTAG Interface Switches (SW6 7)The JTAG switches (SW6-7) select between single processor (one board) and multiprocessor (more than one board) configurations. By default, the switches are set up for a single EZ-Board PositionSingle EZ-Board Use (Default) use an emulator and multiple EZ-Boards simultaneously in one CrossCore Embedded Studio (CCES) session, set up the boards as shown below. Attach the boards to each other through connectors J8 and J9. Connect using the Samtec cables described in .Switch PositionMain EZ-Board Attached to EmulatorEZ-Board Not Attached to EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual37Switch PositionMain EZ-Board Attached to EmulatorEZ-Board Not Attached to JumpersThis section describes functionality of the configuration EZ-Board Evaluation System S/PDIF Loopback Jumper (JP1)The S/PDIF loopback jumper (JP1) is used to connect the S/PDIF input and output signals together and bypass the two RCA HADC Jumpers (J21)The HADC jumper (J21) is used to connect the HADC of the ADSP-SC589 processor to various voltages on the board for JumperVoltage1 & & & Power Jumpers (P14 19, P23)Remove jumpers listed below to measure the respective voltage across the adjacent sense LEDsThis section describes the on-board EZ-Board Evaluation System SYS_FAULT LED (LED1)When SYS_FAULT LED LED1 (red) is ON, it indicates a system fault. For more information, refer to the ADSP-SC58x SHARC+ Processor Hardware USB to UART Activity LEDs (LED2 3)When LED2 is toggling (amber), it indicates that data is being sent from the PC to the EZ-Board. When LED3 is toggling (amber), it indicates that data is being sent from the EZ-Board to the Ethernet Speed LED (LED4)The Ethernet speed LED (LED4) is a green LED that shows the connection speed when the Ethernet is enabled for EMAC1. When LED4 is ON, the speed is 100 Mb/s; when LED4 is OFF, the speed is 10 Ethernet LEDs (LED5 8)Four LEDs are connected to LED pins of the DP83865 connected on EMAC0. The LEDs are green and illuminated to show the status in Table Reference DesignatorStatusLED5ActivityLED610M linkLED7100M linkADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual40LED Reference DesignatorStatusLED81000M Power LED (LED9)When LED9 is ON (green), power is properly supplied to the GPIO LEDs (LED10 12)Three LEDs are connected to the general-purpose I/O pins of the processor. The LEDs are active high and are ON (amber) by writing a 1 to the correct processor Reference DesignatorProcessor Programmable Flag Reset LED (LED13)When LED13 is ON (red), master reset is active. The reset LED is controlled by the Analog Devices ADM6315 supervisory reset circuit. A master reset is asserted by pressing SW2 which activates LED13. For more information, see Reset Push Button (SW2). ConnectorsThis section describes connector functionality and provides information about mating EZ-Board Evaluation System Battery Holder (J1)The battery holder is not populated on the board. To use the holder, purchase the part listed in the table and solder onto the DescriptionManufacturerPart Number16 mm Coin Cell Battery HolderMemory Protection DevicesBH600Battery3V Ethernet Connector (J2)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRJ45PULSE ELECTRONICSJ0011D21BNLMating CableStandard Ethernet Link Port_JTAG Connectors (J3, J23)The link port/JTAG connectors provide access to the link port and JTAG signals of the ADSP-SC589 processor. J3 supports link port 0 and the J23 connector supports link port EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual42Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberERF8 10X2, Cable6" coax cable S/PDIF Optical Tx Connector (J4)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberFiber optic transmitterEverlightPLT133/T10WMating CableStandard TOSLINK Optical Digital PCIe Connector (J5)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberPCIe x1SAMTECPCIE-036-02-F-D-THMating CableStandard S/PDIF cable with RCA Audio Input Output Connector (J6)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRCA 2x2 femaleSwitchcraftPJRAS2X2SMating ConnectorStandard audio cable with RCA connectorsADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System HADC Input Connectors (J7 J11)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberSMB jackEmerson131-3711-201Mating ConnectorStandard SMB CAN Connectors (J12 J13)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRJ11 verticalTE Connectivity5558872-1Mating ConnectorRJ11 Ethernet Connector (J14)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRJ45 shieldedAssmannA-2004-2-4-LPS-N-RMating ConnectorStandard Ethernet S/PDIF Optical Rx Connector (J15)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberFiber optic receiverEverlightPLR135/T10Mating CableStandard TOSLINK Optical Digital CableADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Audio Output Connector (J16)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRCA 4x2 femaleSwitchcraftPJRAS4X2UMating ConnectorStandard audio cable with RCA S/PDIF Digital Connector (J17)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberRCA 1x2 femaleSwitchcraftPJRAS1X2S02XMating CableStandard S/PDIF cable with RCA SD Connector (J18)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberSD 8-bit, 2 GBSANDISKMHC-W21-601Mating Connector2 ADC Connector (J19)This is not DescriptionManufacturerPart Number40-pin high speed socketSAMTECQSH-020-01-L-D-DP-AMating ConnectorADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual45Part DescriptionManufacturerPart Number40-pin high speed MLB Connector (J20)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart Number40-pin high speed socketSAMTECQSH-020-01-L-D-DP-AMating Connector40-pin high speed Headphone Connector (J21)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart headphone connectorCUISJ1-3525NGMating CableStandard audio cable with CLKIN0 Connector (J22)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberSMB jackEmerson131-3711-201Mating CableStandard SMB TWI0_SPI2 Connector (P1)Use P1 to connect with TWI0 and SPI2 signals for external use. The con- nector is a " header. The pinout can be found in .Appendix B - SchematicsADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System SigmaStudio Connector (P2)This connector interfaces with SigmaStudio through the EVAL-ADUSB2EBZ board. The connector is a " header. The pinout can be found in .Appendix B - JTAG Connector (P3)The JTAG header (P3) provides debug connectivity for the processor. This is a " shrouded through-hole connector from SAMTEC (SHF-105-01-L-D-SM-K). This connector mates with ICE-1000, ICE-2000, and any newer Analog Devices emulators. For more information, see Debug TRACE and JTAG Connector (P7)The TRACE and JTAG connector (P7) provides connectivity to the processor's trace interface. This is a MICTOR connector from TYCO (2-5767004-2). At this time, there are no trace pods USB to UART Connector (P8)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberUSB Micro-ABHiroseZX62D-AB-5P8Mating CableUSB Micro-B to Standard-A USB Connectors (P10 P11)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart NumberUSB Micro-ABHiroseZX62D-AB-5P8Mating CableUSB Micro-B to Standard-A or Micro-A to Standard-A receptacle cableADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Power Connector (P22)Part DescriptionManufacturerPart mm power jackCUI045-0883RMating power supplyGLOBETEKGS-1750(R) Expansion Interface III Connectors (P1A C, P2A, P3A)Five board-to-board connectors provide signals from the SPI, TWI, UART, SPORT, and GPIO interfaces of the processor. The connectors are located on the bottom side of the more information, see .Expansion InterfacePart DescriptionManufacturerPart Number120-pin, mmHiroseFX8-120P-SV1(91)Mating Cable120-pin, mmHiroseFX8-120S-SV(21)ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual484 Appendix A - Bill of MaterialsThe bill of materials corresponds to .Appendix B - SchematicsEdit DocumentQtyDescriptionReference DesignatorManufacturerPart Number174LVC14A SOIC14U32TI74LVC14AD1IDT74FCT3244APY SSOP20U6IDT (R)IDT74FCT3244APYG4SN74LVC1G08 SOT23-5U53-U55,U74TI (R)SN74LVC1G08DBVE1SN65LVDS2D SOIC8U50NATIONAL S (R)DS90LV018ATM3SN74CB3Q3245 TSSOP20U27-U29DIGI-KEY (R)296-19130-1-ND2MIC2025-1 SOIC8U52,U60DIGI-KEY (R)576-1057-ND274CBTLV3244 TSSOP20U4,U5IDT (R)IDT74CBTLV3244PGG225MHZ OSC013Y1,Y2DIGI-KEY (R)535-9140-1-ND124MHZ OSC013Y3DIGI-KEY (R)535-9138-2-ND1DP83848 LQFP48U51NATIONAL S (R)DP83848CVV/NOPB2274CBTLV1G125 SC70_5U9-U24,U58,U59,U61,U66,U70,U71TI (R)SN74CBTLV1G125DCKR2MCP23017 QFN65P600X600-29NU47,U48DIGI-KEY (R)MCP23017-E/ML-NDADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual491PI3C3125 TSSOP14U26PERICOM (R)PI3C3125125MHZ OSCCC200X250U64DIGI-KEY (R) OSC_ABS07LY4DIGI-KEY (R)535-9542-2-ND1FT232RQ QFN50P500X500-33NAU7DIGI-KEY (R)768-1008-1-ND1INA3221 QFN65P400X400-17NU57DIGI-KEY (R)296-30459-1-ND124MHZ OSCCC200X250U62DIGI-KEY (R)478-4778-1-ND1ADM8828ARTZ SOT95P280-6NU67ADI (R)ADM8828ARTZ1FZT953 SOT-223VR2DIGI-KEY (R)FZT953CT-ND2MT41K128M16JT FBGA96U2,U3MICRON (R)MT41K128M16JT-125:K1TJA1145T SOIC14U43NXP (PHILI (R)TJA1145T1TJA1055/3 SOIC14U33NXP (PHILI (R)TJA1055/31DP83865 PQFP128U46TI (R)DP83865DVH/NOPB1H5007 SMTU30DIGI-KEY (R)553-1535-1-ND1SI4204 SOIC8U56VISHAY (R)SI4204DY-T1-GE31ADP5054 LFCSP48VR3ADI (R)ADP5054ACPZ-R71SI52112-BE VFDFN10U31DIGI-KEY (R)336-2451-NDADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual501CS2100-CP MSOP10U49DIGI-KEY (R)598-1750-ND1SI5356A QFN24U25SILICON LA (R)Si5356A-B03215-GM325MHZ SMTY5-Y7ECS INC. (R) LFCSP16U65ADI (R) SMTU63DIGI-KEY (R)478-6302-1-ND1SC589 W25Q128FV U44U44WINBOND (R)W25Q128FVSIG1SC589 25LC010A U40U40MICROCHIP (R)25LC010AT-I/OT1AD8532ARZ SOIC8U35ADI (R)AD8532ARZ1AD797BRZ SOIC8U68ADI (R)AD797BRZ4AD8606ARZ SOIC8U36-U39ADI (R)AD8606ARZ1ADG774ABRQZ QSOP16U41ADI (R)ADG774ABRQZ1AD8022 MSOP8U34ADI (R)AD8022ARMZ1ADP121-AUJZ25 TSOT5VR1ADI (R)ADP121-AUJZ25R71ADP1613 MSOP8VR4ADI (R)ADP1613ARMZ-R71ADM6315 SOT143U45ADI (R)ADM6315-29D2ARTZR71ADAU1979WBCPZ LFCSP40U42ADI (R)ADAU1979WBCPZ1ADSP-SC589 BGA529U1ADIADSP-SC589-ENGADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual511ADM6315-29D3 SOT143U69ADIADM6315-29D3ARTZR71RCA 4X2 CON011J16SWITCHCRAF (R)PJRAS4X2U01X1RCA 2X2 CON013J6SWITCHCRAF (R)PJRAS2X2S01X1MICTOR 38PIN CON015P7TYCO ELECT (R)2-5767004-22DIP6 SWT017SW5,SW6CTS (R)218-6LPST1IDC 3X2 IDC3X2_SMTP21SAMTEC (R)TSM-103-01-T-DV1RCA 1X2 CON031J17SWITCHCRAF (R)PJRAS1X2S02X2RJ11 4PIN CON039J12,J13TYCO ELECT (R)5558872-17IDC 2X1 IDC2X1P14-P19,P23SAMTEC (R)HTSW-102-07-T-S13A RESETABLE FUS004F1TYCO ELECT (R)SMD300F-210IDC 2PIN_JUMPER_SHORTSJ1-SJ9,SJ11DIGI-KEY (R) STEREO_JACK CON_CUI_SJ1-3525NGJ21DIGI-KEY (R)CP1-3525NG-ND1PWR .65MM CON045P22DIGI-KEY (R)CP1-023-ND1IDC 2X1 IDC2X1_SMTJP1SAMTEC (R)TSM-102-01-T-SV1ROTARY SWT027SW1COPAL ELEC (R)S-8110ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual521RJ45 W/LEDS CON065J2PULSE ENG. (R)J0011D21BNL1SD_CONN 8-BIT CON067J18MORETHANAL (R) 120PIN HIROSE_FX8-120P-SV1(91)P1A-P3A,P1B,P1CHI ROSE (R)FX8-120P-SV1(91)1TEST LOOP LOOP_2838GP1KEYSTONE (R)50162IDC 5X2 TSM-105-01-T-DVP1,P2SAMTEC (R)TSM-105-01-T-DV3USB-MICRO 5PIN HIROSE_ZX62D-AB-5P8P8,P10,P11DIGI-KEY (R) 10PIN SAMTEC_SHF-105-01-L-D-SM-KP3SAMTEC (R)SHF-105-01-L-D-SM-K-TR1FIBER-OPTIC SPDIF EVERLIGHT_PLT133/T10J4DIGI-KEY (R)1080-1430-ND1FIBER-OPTIC SPDIF EVERLIGHT_PLR135/T10J15DIGI-KEY (R)1080-1433-ND6SMB 1PIN SMTJ7-J11,J22EMERSON131-3711-2011PCIe 36PIN SMTJ5SAMTEC (R)PCIE-036-02-F-D-TH1QSH 40PIN SMTJ19SAMTEC (R)QSH-020-01-L-D-DP-A1QSH 40PIN SMTJ20SAMTEC (R)QSH-020-01-L-D-DP-AADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual531RJ45 8PIN THJ14DIGI-KEY (R)AE10387-ND2ERF8 10X2 SMTJ3,J23SAMTEC (R) 25V 10% 0805 X7RC152,C153AVX CORPOR (R)08053C224KAT2A5600 200MA 0603FER6-FER9,FER17DIGI-KEY (R)490-1014-2-ND9600 500MA 1206FER3-FER5,FER10-FER13,FER18,FER19LAI RD TECHHZ1206B601R-1061UF 16V 10% 0805 X7RC118,C216,C217,C299,C300,C344DIGI-KEY (R)399-1284-2-ND1210UF 16V 20% CAP002 ELECCT1-CT12PANASONIC (R)EEE1CA100SR268UF 25V 20% CAP003CT13,CT14PANASONIC (R)EEE-FC1E680P20 1/8W 5% 0805R323,R325VISHAY (R)CRCW08050000Z0EA10 1/8W 5% 0805R267VISHAY (R)CRCW08050000Z0EA1190 5A FER002FER14MURATA (R)DLW5BSN191SQ21210UF 10% 0805 X5RC41,C151,C162,C169,C180,C187,C233,C24 9,C265,C301-C303AVX CORPOR (R) 10V 10% 0402 X5RC311AVX CORPOR (R) 10V 10% 0402 X5RAVX CORPOR (R)0402ZD104KAT2AADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual54C1-C4,C23,C24,C30,C68-C70,C72,C7 3,C79,C90,C92,C94,C96,C98,C100,C102,C108 ,C110,C112-C115,C124,C126,C134,C136,C138 ,C154,C176-C179,C195-C198,C223,C224,C229 ,C234-C238,C243,C247,C250-C254,C259,C263 ,C266-C270,C275,C279,C312,C313,C336-C341 ,C345,C348,C352,C353, 16V 10% 0402 X7RC5-C21,C31-C33,C35,C39,C40,C42-C44,C5 5-C57,C65-C67,C74,C75,C80-C85,C131,C157- C161,C211,C212,C214,C218-C222,C225-C228, C230-C232,C239-C242,C244-C246,C248,C255- C258,C260-C262,C264,C271-C274,C276-C278, C280-C287,C290-C295,C304-C307,C310,C314, C331-C335,C342,C34AVX CORPOR (R)0402YC103KAT2A3410K 1/16W 5% 0402R4,R39,R43,R44,R142,R143,R208,R213-R 217,R292,R303,R304,R307,R308,R310,R313,R 342,R354,R356,R371-R376,R409-R411,R419,R 421,R435VISHAY (R)CRCW040210K0FKED9910K 1/16W 5% 0402R1-R3,R5-R17,R37,R38,R40,R42,R46,R51 ,R55,R58,R103-R105,R134,R135,R146,R147,R 182,R183,R185,R189,R191,R193,R209,R212,R 243-R248,R250-R254,R256-R259,R263,R264,R 266,R293-R300,R305,R306,R309,R311,R312,R 314,R317-R319,R321,R327-R329,R338-R341,R 343-R346,R350,R353,VISHAY (R)CRCW040210K0FKED290 1/10W 5% 0402R47-R49,R53,R62,R66,R68,R70,R72,R144 ,R148,R197,R201,R210,R351,R379-R384,R390 ,R392-R395,R430,R434,R437PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2GE0R00XADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual55160 1/10W 5% 0402R145,R149,R196,R200,R315,R316,R320,R 322,R357,R358,R391,R403,R417,R418,R424,R 425PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2GE0R00X122 1/10W 5% 0402R139DIGI-KEY (R)P22JTR-ND1933 1/16W 5% 0402R50,R52,R54,R56,R60,R61,R255,R262,R3 49,R377,R378,R385,R388,R389,R396,R404-R4 07VISHAY (R)CRCW040233R0JNED2150UF 10V 10% D TANT-LOW-ESRCT22,CT23DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0805R141,R347,R348DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0805R140DIGI-KEY (R)311-249CRTR-ND11UF 16V 10% 0603 X5RC34DIGI-KEY (R) 25V 20% 0805 X5RC213,C215AVX CORPOR (R) 20% 0603 X5RC48AVX CORPOR (R)06036D475MAT2A110M 1/10W 5% 0603R45VISHAY (R)CRCW060310M0FNEA31M 1/10W 5% 0603R63,R324,R326VISHAY (R) 1/16W 1% 0603R138VISHAY/DAL (R)CRCW060310K0FKEA16800PF 50V 10% 0603 X7RC327DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R152,R155,R161,R164,R168,R171,R176,R 179DIGI-KEY (R)311-237HRTR-NDADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System 1/10W 1% 0603R154,R163,R170,R178DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R150,R158,R166,R174DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R153,R156,R159,R162,R169,R172,R177,R 180DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R132,R133DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R151,R157,R160,R165,R167,R173,R175,R 181,R397DIGI-KEY (R) 50V 5% 0603 NPOC163,C167,C170,C175,C181,C185,C188,C1 92AVX CORPOR (R)06035A101JAT2A81000PF 50V 5% 0603 X7RC165,C166,C172,C174,C183,C184,C190,C1 91DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R273,R276,R290DIGI-KEY (R) 50V 5% 0603 NPOC164,C168,C171,C173,C182,C186,C189,C1 93MURATA (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R79-R81,R96,R137VISHAY/DAL (R)CRCW060375R0FKEA61UF 20% 0402 X5RC199,C200,C288,C289,C308,C309MURATA (R)GRM155R60J105ME19D2100 1/16W 5% 0402R260,R261DIGI-KEY (R)311-100JRTR-ND1390PF 25V 5% 0603 NPOC117AVX CORPOR (R)06033A391FAT2A15600PF 16V 5% 0805 NPOC116AVX CORPOR (R) 1/16W 1% 0603R136DIGI-KEY (R) EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual571310UF 10V 10% 0805 X5RC71,C109,C111,C123,C125,C127-C130,C13 5,C137,C324,C346MURATA (R) 1/2W 1% 1206R203-R207,R211,R352SEI (R)CSF 1/2 1%R110UF 16V 10% 1210 X5RC206AVX CORPOR (R)1210YD106KAT2A21000PF 50V 5% 1206C194,C210AVX CORPOR (R) 25V 10% 0402 X7RC63,C64DIGI-KEY (R)490-3252-1-ND15A MBRS540T3G SMCD11ON SEMICON (R)MBRS540T3G2VARISTOR 30A 0603R18,R19LITTELFUSE (R) 1206R301,R302LITTELFUSE (R)1206L050-C120MA MA3X717E DIO005D3DIODES INC (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R36,R64,R65,R240-R242,R249,R265DIGI- KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R59,R416Rohm 1/16W 1% 0402R20-R23,R78,R99,R107,R359,R426,R427P ANASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R97DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R67,R71,R84,R199,R422,R423DIGI-KEY (R) EZ-Board Evaluation System 1/16W 1% 0402R41,R57,R291PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF1501X2680 1/16W 1% 0402R76,R77BC COMPONE (R)2312 275 1680111100K 1/16W 5% 0402R100-R102,R330-R337DIGI-KEY (R)541-100KJTR-ND2100K 1/16W 5% 0402R88,R366DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R398DIGI-KEY (R) 16V 10% 1210 X5RC60,C329TAIYO YUDE (R)EMK325BJ226KM-T818PF 50V 5% 0402 NP0C28,C29,C36-C38,C296,C322,C323MurataG RM1555C1H180JA01D133 1/16W 5% RNS003RN17PANASONIC (R)EXB-2HV330JV1433 1/32W 5% RNS005RN1-RN6,RN8-RN13,RN15,RN16PANASONI C (R) 25V 10% 0402 X7RC46,C50DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R28,R29,R362DIGI-KEY (R)541-100LCT-ND11000PF 50V 5% 0402 NPOC76DIGI-KEY (R)490-3244-1-ND2100PF 50V 5% 0402 COGC297,C298MURATAGCM1555C1H101JA16D130A GSOT05 SOT23-3D4VISHAY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R269,R275DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R277DIGI-KEY (R)P220HTR-NDADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System 1/10W 1% 0603R274DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 5% 0402R30-R35,R412-R414PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2GEJ222X6GREEN LED_0603LED4-LED9DIGI-KEY (R)475-1409-2-ND24700PF 2A FIL_NFE61PTFER15,FER16DIGI-KEY (R)490-2554-2-ND410UF 16V 10% 0805 X5RC201,C203,C205,C208DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R367, 1/16W 1% 0402R218-R239,R268,R270-R272,R282-R289,R 408STACKPOLE (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R82,R85,R87,R89-R95,R415,R428,R429PA NASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R86PANASONIC (R) 16V 10% 0402 X7RC45,C47,C49,C155,C156DIGI-KEY (R)587-1451-2-ND315KV ESD7004 DFN50P250X100-10ND8-D10ON SEMICON (R)ESD7004MUTAG115KV ESDA6V1SC SOT95P280-6ND5DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0603R74,R75DIGI-KEY (R) 20% 0805 X5RC104,C105DIGI-KEY445-1422-2-ND1C325TD K (R)C3216X7R1C475 EZ-Board Evaluation System 16V 10% 1206 X7R 1/10W 1% 0402R184PANASONIC (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R106DIGI-KEY (R)541-562LTR-ND1390PF 50V 5% 0402 NP0C132TDK (R)C1005C0G1H391J510PF 50V 5% 0402 NP0C51-C54,C326DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R399DIGI-KEY (R) LED_0603LED1,LED13DIGI-KEY (R)475-2512-2-ND5YELLOW LED_0603LED2,LED3,LED10-LED12DIGI-KEY (R)475-2558-1-ND210UF 20% 0603 X5RC22,C25MURATAGRM188R60J106ME47D12475 1/8W 1% 0805R108,R110,R112,R114,R116,R118,R120,R 122,R124,R126,R128,R130PANASONIC (R)ERJ-6ENF4750V2150PF 50V 5% 0402 NPOC61,C62DIGI-KEY (R)490-3229-2-ND310 1/10W 1% 0402R69,R73,R401PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF10R0X44700PF 50V 10% 0402 X7RC59,C202,C204,C207DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R109,R111,R113,R115,R117,R119,R121,R 123,R125,R127,R129,R131DIGI-KEY (R) 20% 0402 X5RC87-C89DIGI-KEY (R)445-8920-1-NDADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System 35V 10% 0402 X7RC58,C328DIGI-KEY (R) 50V 10% 0402 X7RC86,C91,C93,C95,C97,C99,C101,C103,C10 6,C107DIGI-KEY (R)490-4762-2-ND15600PF 25V 10% 0402 X7RC133DIGI-KEY (R)490-5420-2-ND122700PF 50V 5% 0805 COGC139-C150DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R365PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF2000X239PF 50V 5% 0402 NP0C77,C78DIGI-KEY (R)1276-1016-1-ND118 1/10W 1% 0603R98PANASONIC (R) 50V 10% 0603 X5RC119-C122DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R400DIGI-KEY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R186PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF3741X2619 1/10W 1% 0402R360,R361PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF6190X215KV ESDA5V3SC6 SOT95P280X145-6ND6,D7DIGI-KEY (R)497-6633-1-ND234 1/10W 1% 0402R26,R27PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF34R0X2240 1/10W 1% 0402R24,R25PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF2400XADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual6213000PF 50V 5% 0603 NP0C209DIGI-KEY (R)490-6384-2-ND947UF 20% 0805 X5RC315-C321,C330,C347DIGI-KEY587-1779-2 -ND23A PESD1CAN SMTD1,D2NXP (PHILI (R)PESD1CAN2510 .2A SMTFER1,FER2DIGI-KEY (R) 20% 20% 20% 1/16W 1% 0402R363,R364VISHAY (R) 1/16W 1% 0402R278-R281DIGI-KEY (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R83PANASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 1/10W 1% 0402R194PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF3162X222K 1/10W 1% 0402R187,R188PANASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R192PANASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R190PANASONIC (R) 1/10W 1% 0402R198PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF5101XADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System 1/10W 1% 0402R195PANASONIC (R)ERJ-2RKF4301X11A PD3S130L POWERDI323D12DIODES INC (R) 20% SMTL8COILCRAFT (R) 20% SMTL7COILCRAFT (R) 20% SMTL3COILCRAFT (R)XAL5030-102MEADSP-SC589 EZ-Board Evaluation System Manual645 Appendix B - SchematicsPlease see the PDF that accompanies the Board Support Package for the full schematic.

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