AN01_AS3410 Eval Board Description V1.0

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AS3410
Preliminary Application Note, Confidential
AS3410
Application Note #01, Confidential
Evaluation Board
Eval Board Description
AAA Battery
I2C Connector
JumperJ5: VOL/CSDA
pin mode select
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DC supply connectors
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Power LED
Volume Buttons
Volume Poti
Monitor Mode Enable Button
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Power Switch
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2 Default jumper setting
Jumper
Function
J5
“I2C” for connecting the USB box, “VOL” for normal operation and using the volume input
J6
“Poti” for using the volume potentiometer, “Knob Mode” for using the volume up/down buttons
J10
“Switched” for using the power switch, “Always On” for having the chip always powered
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3 Jumper description
Jumper
Pin Name
Function
QMICL
MIC GainStage Output Right Channel
AGND
Analog Reference
LINL
Line In Left Channel
During Appl Trim Mode Write – CSDA
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During Appl Trim Mode Burn – VNEG
J7
LINR
LineIn Right Channel
During Appl Trim Mode Write – CSCL
MODE/CSCL
Mode Pin (PowerUp/Dn, Monitor)
Serial Interface Clock
MICS
J15
MICR
QMICR
IOP1R
VBAT
HVDD
HPR
J16
HPL
VSS
QOP1R
IOP1L
Microphone Supply
Microphone Input Right Channel
MIC GainStage Output Right Channel
FilterOpAmp1 Input Right Channel
VNEG ChargePump Positive Supply
Headphone VDD Supply
Headphone Output Right Channel
Headphone Output Left Channel
Core and Periphery Circuit VSS Supply
Filter OpAmp1 Output Right Channel
FilterOpAmp1 Input Right Channel
Filter OpAmp1 Output Right Channel
VNEG
VNEG ChargePump Output
CPN
VNEG ChargePump Flying Capacitor Negative Terminal
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J8
Current Output for on-indication LED
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QOP1L
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ILED
Microphone In Left Channel
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During Appl Trim Mode Burn – Clock
VNEG ChargePump Negative Supply
CPP
VNEG ChargePump Flying Capacitor Positive Terminal
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GND
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3.1 Filter Structures
3.1.1 Filter Structures left channel
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Shorten notch/high pass
3.1.2 Filter Structures right channel
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Shorten notch/high pass
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4 AS3400_10_30 Eval Software
For installing the SW unzip the Installation package and run setup.exe.
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Next you should come to the Setup Wizard main window.
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Please follow the instructions given by the wizard for installing the SW.
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4.1
Board Set-up and USB Box Connection
After successful installation of the eval software, connect the USB Box to your computer via the
provided USB cable. The PC system will report a new USB device and should automatically install
the needed USB driver (ezusb.sys located in the “USB Interface Driver” folder of the SW package).
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To start the Eval Board plug in an AAA battery using the indicated orientation and slide the power
switch to the ON position. Pls note that un-programmed boards have the power LED current set to
zero and so the LED will not light up. You can also use an external laboratory supply. Pls note the
polarity and maximum allowed supply voltage.
Next step is to connect the evaluation board to the USB Box via the ribbon cable included in the Eval
Kit. The smaller connector has to be plugged into the USB BOX, the bigger one into the I2C
receptacle on the board.
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Below you can find a picture of the complete set-up.
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4.2
Using the SW
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After starting the SW you will see the main window with a green USB indicator in the lower right
hand corner, if the USB Box was installed correct.
4.2.1 Changing registers
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By clicking the menu icon in the upper left hand corner you will get an additional window with the
register map.
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For a better understanding the following graph is showing the principle register interaction:
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Registers 0x8, 0x9, 0xA, 0xB, 0xC and 0x21 have only effect when the corresponding “REG_ON” bit
is set, otherwise the chip operates with the OTP register settings which are loaded from the OTP
fuses at every start-up. The OTP registers are marked gray in the register map and cannot be
modified in this window.
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The PC SW automatically issues an I2C write if a bit in the register table is changed. By placing the
mouse pointer over a register bit a help with the corresponding bit description will pop-up.
Under the “File” menu you can choose an appropriate register readout option. Reading out the
register values for microphone or line in gain may lead to toggling bits. This is related to the fact that
the values read out are no the register settings but the actual gain used by the chip. E.g. if the AGC
is active due to too high signal levels the gain read out will be lower than the nominal setting.
All settings made in register 0x8 to 0x21 will be lost if the chip is powered down.
4.2.2 OTP Memory
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For a permanent change of the chip configuration the OTP fuses have to be programmed. This can
be done by changing in the main window to the OTP tap.
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A single OTP cell can be programmed only once. Per default, the cell is “0”; a programmed cell will
contain a “1”. While it is not possible to reset a programmed bit from “1” to “0”, multiple OTP writes
are possible, but only additional un-programmed “0”-bits are programmed to “1”.
Independent of the OTP programming, it is possible to overwrite the OTP register temporarily with an
OTP write command at any time. This setting will be cleared and overwritten with the hard
programmed OTP settings at each power-up sequence or by a LOAD operation.
The OTP memory can be accessed in the following ways:
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Load Operation:
The Load operation reads the OTP fuses and loads the contents into the OTP register. A Load
operation is automatically executed after each power-on-reset.
Write Operation:
Read Operation:
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The Write operation allows a temporary modification of the OTP register. It does not program the
OTP. This operation can be invoked multiple times and will remain set while the chip is supplied with
power and while the OTP register is not modified with another Write or Load operation.
The Read operation reads the contents of the OTP register, for example to verify a Write command
or to read the OTP memory after a Load command. (Not supported by the chip version 1v0)
Burn Operation:
The Burn operation programs the contents of the OTP register permanently into the OTP fuses.
Please use only brand new batteries for a burning process. Using a laboratory supply with 1.6
to 1.8Vis strongly recommended.
Attention: If you once burn the OTP_LOCK bit no further programming, e.g. setting additional “0” to
“1”, of the OTP can be done.
4.2.3 OTP programming
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1) With chip version 1v0 (as it is not supporting a READ), it is recommended to start with a “Reset”.
This will set all OTP registers to “0”. Note: this will also set the LED current to “off” but not shutting
down the board. With all other chip versions you can perform a register read out or select an
automatic update in the “File” menu.
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2) After this all OTP registers can be modified via the Eval SW. After selecting one of the volume
sliders the volume can also be changed by the up/down cursor keys of the keyboard. This allows a
very comfortable fine adjustment of the volume gain.
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3) All changes in the OTP registers have direct effect to the chip. Pls. be sure to have all “REG_ON”
bits in register 0x9, 0xA, 0xC and 0x21 disabled.
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4) Before burning be sure that all settings are right. Once you burn the OTP fuses no “1” can be
changed back to a “0”. Additional “1”s can be burned as long as the OTP_lock bit was not set.
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