EVAL-SSM2603 - Analog Devices
Evaluation Board for Audio Codec
EVAL-SSM2603
USB connectivity to host PC
External connectivity to DSP/MCU for digital audio signals
(available through general-purpose 2.54 mm pitch
connector)
4 audio jacks: stereo line input, mono microphone input,
stereo line output, and stereo headphone output
Multiple test points across the board for monitoring signals
Master/slave mode selectivity
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This data sheet describes how to configure and use the SSM2603
evaluation board. It is recommended that the SSM2603 evaluation
board data sheet be read in conjunction with the SSM2603 data
sheet, which provides more detailed information about the
specifications, internal block diagrams, and application guidance for the codec IC.
EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION
The SSM2603 evaluation board carries a complete application
circuit for the SSM2603. The board features a USB connection
to a host PC. This serves as the power supply, digital audio
data, and control/status data link, making it a plug-and-play USB
audio device that can communicate with the software under
the Microsoft® Windows® operating system. The board also has
a general-purpose 2.54 mm pitch connector to connect to an
external DSP/MCU for digital audio signals.
Figure 1 shows the top view of the PCB. Figure 2 shows the
bottom view of the board. The complete schematic of the board
is illustrated in Figure 23 to Figure 28. Figure 29 and Figure 30
show the top layer layout and the bottom layer layout, respectively, of the PCB. The bill of materials is shown in Table 1.
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The SSM2603 is a low power, high quality stereo audio codec
for portable digital audio applications with one set of stereo
programmable gain amplifier (PGA) line inputs and one monaural
microphone input. The board can operate as a master or slave
and supports various clock frequencies. The SSM2603 softwareprogrammable stereo output options provide many application
possibilities because the device can be used as a headphone
driver or as a speaker driver. Its volume control functions provide a large range of gain control of the audio signal. Included in
this data sheet is a detailed setup and user guide for the SSM2603
evaluation board hardware and software. Read the Evaluation
Board Quick Setup section to ensure that proper communi-
cation is established from the host PC to the SSM2603
evaluation board.
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FEATURES
Figure 1. Top View of the SSM2603 Evaluation Board
Figure 2. Bottom View of the SSM2603 Evaluation Board
Evaluation boards are only intended for device evaluation and not for production purposes.
Evaluation boards are supplied “as is” and without warranties of any kind, express, implied, or
statutory including, but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patents or other
intellectual property by application or use of evaluation boards. Information furnished by Analog
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Devices for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties that may result
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Evaluation boards are not authorized to be used in life support devices or systems.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Evaluation Board Quick Setup ....................................................5 General Description ......................................................................... 1 GUI Functional Blocks .................................................................6 Evaluation Board Description......................................................... 1 Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ...................................8 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 Ordering Information .................................................................... 12 Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3 Bill of Materials ........................................................................... 12 Hardware Description.................................................................. 3 Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 13 Evaluation Board Software .............................................................. 5 ESD Caution................................................................................ 13 REVISION HISTORY
4/09—Revision 0: Initial Version
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
•
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
The SSM2603 evaluation board can be divided into several
segments: the microcontroller unit (MCU) with USB interface,
power supplies, analog input/output circuitry, the SSM2603
device, and the digital audio interface and bidirectional digital buffer.
The output from LDO U2 provides the voltage for the
analog supply, AVDD, and the headphone supply, HPVDD.
By default, the LDO output is set at 3.3 V. If a voltage other
than 3.3 V is needed for AVDD and HPVDD, the user
must remove Resistor R3 and apply the desired external
voltage to the power supply pads, AVDD and AGND, on
the top center portion of the board.
MCU with USB Interface
•
•
•
•
The MCU has two functions: transmitting the SSM2603
registers control word between the host PC and the
SSM2603 I2C port and transmitting digital audio data
between the host PC and the SSM2603 digital audio
interface.
Use SW1 to reset the MCU.
When the MCU is working correctly, LED D4 is blinking.
J8 is a mini Type B USB connector.
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The on-board microcontroller (MCU) with USB interface is
located on the top left portion of the evaluation board.
Figure 4. Power Supply Circuitry
Analog Input/Output Circuitry
The right portion of the SSM2603 board includes analog input
and output circuitry for SSM2603. From top to bottom, these are:
Stereo line input jack
Mono microphone input jack
Stereo line output jack
Stereo headphone output jack
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•
•
•
Figure 3. USB Interface Microcontroller
Power Supplies
•
•
The output from LDO U4 provides the voltage for the
digital supply, DBVDD, and the MCU. The LDO output is
fixed at 3.3 V.
The output from LDO U3 provides the voltage for the
digital supply, DCVDD. By default, the LDO output is set
to 3.3 V. If a voltage other than 3.3 V is needed for DCVDD,
the user must remove Resistor R8 and apply the desired
external voltage to the power supply pads, DCVDD and
DGND, on the top center of the board.
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The power supplies are located on the top center portion of the
board. The entire board is powered through the USB connector.
There are three on-board low dropouts (LDOs) deriving 3.3 V
from the USB 5 V supply. LED D1, LED D2, and LED D3
indicate power supply status.
Figure 5. Analog Input/Output Circuitry
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SSM2603 Device
J1 is for connecting the SSM2603 digital audio interface signals
to/from the external DSP or MCU. One column of J1 is DGND and
the other column is marked with the name of the digital audio
signal (BCLK, DACLRC, DACDAT, ADCDAT, ADCLRC, MCLK,
and CLKOUT). These signals are routed to the corresponding
SSM2603 digital audio interface signals through the digital buffer.
The SSM2603 device is located in the center of the SSM2603
evaluation board.
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The buffer is bidirectional. Its direction is controlled in the
software.
Figure 6. SSM2603 Device
On the bottom left of the evaluation board are the general-purpose
digital audio interface, J1, and the bidirectional digital buffer for
digital audio signals.
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Digital Audio Interface and Bidirectional Digital Buffer
Figure 7. General-Purpose Digital Audio Interface and Buffer
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
EVALUATION BOARD QUICK SETUP
3.
Follow these five steps to quickly set up the evaluation board:
4.
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Make sure Jumper JP1 is applied.
Connect the board to the host PC with a mini Type B USB
cable. The Windows system reports that new hardware has
been found if it is the first time the board is connected. The
PC installs drivers for the new hardware automatically. When
installation is complete, SSM2602/03/04 Eval Board appears
on the status bar of the Speaker control panel.
Figure 9. Error Message When USB Connect ion Is Not Established
5.
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When installation is complete, the software GUI appears.
Click the DAC button to play music files in media player.
You should be able to hear the music from the headphone or
from the active speaker connected to the headphone output
jack of the evaluation board. Note that only music files with a
48 kHz or 44.1 kHz sample rate are supported in this mode.
Figure 8. Speaker Control Panel Setting
USB TO
HEADPHONE/
LINE OUT
MICROPHONE/
LINE IN TO USB
LINE IN TO
HEADPHONE/
LINE OUT
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1.
2.
Install the SSM2603 evaluation board control software from
SSM2603 Eval Board.msi.
From the Start menu, select Programs, then ADI, then
SSM2603 Eval Board, and then SSM2603.exe to run the
control software. If the USB cable is not connected or
Jumper JP1 is not applied before running the software, an
error message box appears. Close the software, check the
hardware connectivity, and rerun the software until the
message box no longer appears.
Figure 10. SSM2603 Control Software GUI
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GUI FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
The software GUI is logically split into menu items, command
buttons, and the register control panel. The menu is for setting
up the software and hardware working mode. The command
buttons are for register access. The register control panel is for
viewing and modifying each register.
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The SSM2603 supports the I2C standard for the register control
interface. This is selected under the Mode menu. For I2C mode,
you can select between two device addresses in the I2C mode
submenu.
Figure 14. Register Configuration File Format
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After setting the registers in the SSM2603 GUI window, the control
software (see Figure 10), and clicking the Set button, the settings
are configured to the corresponding SSM2603 registers. If the Set
button is not clicked, the SSM2603 registers are not configured.
Figure 11. Control Interface Selection
There are two available digital audio interfaces for the SSM2603
on-board. One is the USB MCU. This is used to play back music
on the host PC and transmit to the SSM2603 DAC, or to record
music with the SSM2603 ADC and transmit to the host PC
through a USB connection. The other digital audio interface is
the general-purpose connector, J1. This is used to connect to
your DSP or MCU. Only one interface can communicate with
the SSM2603 at one time, and this is selected under the Control
menu (see Figure 12).
The I2C is a read and write protocol, so in I2C mode, when the
Get button is clicked, the SSM2603 registers are read back and
reflected in the SSM2603 GUI window.
The Reset button corresponds to SSM2603 Register R15. When it
is clicked, all SSM2603 registers are set to the power-on reset value.
There are three short-cut buttons: DAC, ADC, and Bypass.
These are used to quickly set the panel for the DAC path, the
ADC path, and the analog line-in to analog line-out loopback
path, respectively.
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The SSM2603 GUI window is logically split into several different
functional blocks. Each functional block represents the underlying
internal register of the SSM2603 that corresponds to the block.
Power Management Control
Figure 12. Digital Audio Interface Selection
This section controls SSM2603 Register R6. If an option is
checked, the power for that corresponding module is turned off;
otherwise, the power is turned on for that part. For example,
selecting POWER OFF shuts down the chip.
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The Import and Export utilities are for reading/writing the
SSM2603 registers in batch mode. The file import utility reads the
register setting from a .txt file and then writes to the SSM2603
internal registers. The file export utility reads the SSM2603
internal registers back and then writes to a .txt file.
Figure 15. Power Management Control Section
Figure 13. File Import/Export Utility
The .txt file used for SSM2603 register configuration contains
multiple lines and each line is for one register. The first word
of a line is a 7-bit register address entry, which is in two-digit
hexadecimal format. The second word of a line is a 9-bit register
value entry, which is in three-digit hexadecimal format. When
using the import utility, use the export utility first to generate
the software .txt file as a template and then add, remove, or
modify the register entries in the template file.
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Digital Audio Interface Control
This section controls SSM2603 Register R0 and Register R1 for
the left and right line input channel, respectively. Note that the
Right channel follows left option and the Left channel follows
right option are mutually exclusive.
This section controls SSM2603 Register R7 and D[2:1]
of Register R5. Specifically, the Active/Inactive option
corresponds to R9.
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Line Input Control
Figure 16. Line Input Control Section
This section controls SSM2603 Register R2 and Register R3 for
the left and right headphone output channel, respectively. Note
that the Right channel follows left option and Left channel
follows right option are mutually exclusive.
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Headphone Output Control
Figure 19. Digital Audio Interface Control Section
Sample Rate Control
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This section controls SSM2603 Register R8.
Figure 17. Headphone Output Control Section
Figure 20. Sample Rate Control Section
ALC Control
This section controls SSM2603 Register R4 and Register R5
for the analog and digital audio path, respectively. MIC
Input corresponds to D[8:6] and D[1:0] of R4. Audio Mixer
corresponds to D[5:3] of R4. DAC & ADC corresponds to
D[4:3] and D0 of R5 and D2 of R4.
This section controls SSM2603 Register R16 and Register R17.
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Analog and Digital Audio Path Control
Figure 18. Analog and Digital Audio Path Control Section
Figure 21. ALC Control Section
Noise Gate Control
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This section controls SSM2603 Register R18.
Figure 22. Noise Gate Control Section
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS AND ARTWORK
MC LK
U1
D AC DAT
D UT_BC LK
BC LK
D UT_D AC DAT
AD C DAT
6
AD CLR C
LLIN EIN
R LIN EIN
R LIN EIN
anolog_input
PBLRC
D UT_AD C DAT
RECLRC
MIC IN
MIC IN
6
VMID
C LKO U T
D UT_MC LK
VMID
MCLK/XTI
MIC BIA S1
MIC BIAS
XTO
C1
USB controlle r
LO U T
LOU T
D UT_MO D E
7
SD IN
D UT_SC LK
SC LK
anolog_outpu t
7
R HPOU T
R HPO U T
7
E P AD _GN D
A VD D
C4
7
LH PO U T
A VD D
AGND
A VD D
AGN D
3,8
3,7,8
H P VD D
PGND
D B VD D
D B VD D
ROUT
ROUT
C SB
D UT_SD IN
AGN D
power
D B VD D
3,4,6
D CVD D
C5
10uF
100nF
3,4,5,6,7,9
10uF
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DGND
D GN D
Figure 23. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, SSM2603 Chip
AVD D
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
R3
470 R
LED G R EEN
R4
1
3.16k
A D P 171 5
0.1u F
H2
4.7u F
1
4.7uF
0 .1u F
M M B T3 9 0 4
U SB_VC C
2
2
1k
AGN D
D C VD D
U SB_VC C
D GND
D2
R6
9
1
2
3
4
3
1
0R
3.16k
0.1u F
4.7u F
H3
H4
Q2
4.7uF
0 .1u F
1k
U SB_VC C
0oh m
U4
GN D 0 EN
GN D1
IN
GN D2 OUT
GN D 3 AD J
LED G R EEN
470 R
R 15
0oh m , N C
3.16k
C 17
C 18
C 19
C 20
DGN D
1
M M B T3 9 0 4
R 16
2
A D P 171 5
R9
Figure 24. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Power Supply
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5
6
7
8
C2
MO D E
D UT_C SB
100nF
MIC IN
Digital Buffe r
U S B_LR CLK
100nF
8
RECDAT
6
U S B_D AC DAT
LLIN EIN
PBDAT
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D B VD D
U5
H E A D E R 2X7
A D C LR C
13
14
16
17
19
20
22
23
9 U S B _MC LK
9 U S B _B C L K
9 U S B_D A C LR C
9 U S B _D A C D A T
9 U S B _A D C LR C
C 22
C 23
C 24
C 25
C 26
1 0uF
10 0nF
1 00 nF
1 0uF
10 0nF
10 0nF
D U T_D A C LR C 2
TP 4
36
35
33
32
30
29
27
26
D U T_A D C LR C 2
TP 5
TP 6
R 17
D GN D
1
24
48
25
9 G P _oe
MC LK
D BVD D
C 28
C 29
C 30
C 31
C 32
1 0uF
10 0nF
10 0nF
1 0uF
1 00 nF
10 0nF
2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12
D GN D
D AC D AT
C 27
13
14
16
17
19
20
22
23
AD C D AT
9 U S B_A D C D A T
D GN D
C LK O U T
V C C 1 _7
V C C 1 _18
V C C 2 _31
V C C 2 _42
1D IR
2D IR
1O E
2O E
G N D _4
G N D _ 10
G N D _ 15
G N D _ 21
G N D _ 28
G N D _ 34
G N D _ 39
G N D _ 45
1B 0
1B 1
1B 2
1B 3
1B 4
1B 5
1B 6
1B 7
1A 0
1A 1
1A 2
1A 3
1A 4
1A 5
1A 6
1A 7
2B 0
2B 1
2B 2
2B 3
2B 4
2B 5
2B 6
2B 7
2A 0
2A 1
2A 2
2A 3
2A 4
2A 5
2A 6
2A 7
4
10
15
21
28
34
39
45
TP 8
47
46
44
43
41
40
38
37
2 , 3 , 4 D B VD D
2,3,4,5,7,9 D G N D
9 m s _s el
9 G P _oe
9 U S B_ oe
TP 9
D GN D
D U T_MC LK 2
TP 10
36
35
33
32
30
29
27
26
D U T_D A C D A T 2
TP 11
D U T_A D C D A T 2
D U T_C LK O U T 2
74 LV C 16 24 5A -D G G
Figure 25. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Digital Buffer
TP 12
R 19
2
1 0uF
47K
3
1
AGN D
A U D IO J A C K
TP 13
R 25
R OU T
R O U T_S
1 0uF
AGN D
47K
9
TP 14
C 40
R 28
LH P O U T
J5
R 29
2
1
AGN D
1
R 30
AGN D
4 7K
1
Figure 26. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Analog Output
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C 43
2
TP 7
DGN D
U6
7
18
31
42
4K 7
D GN D
D U T_B C LK 2
TP 3
1
C 21
D BVD D
2A 0
2A 1
2A 2
2A 3
2A 4
2A 5
2A 6
2A 7
TP 2
D GN D
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D B VD D
D GN D
2B 0
2B 1
2B 2
2B 3
2B 4
2B 5
2B 6
2B 7
47
46
44
43
41
40
38
37
74 LV C 16 24 5A -D G G
D BVD D
D B VD D
1A 0
1A 1
1A 2
1A 3
1A 4
1A 5
1A 6
1A 7
1
D A C LR C
1B 0
1B 1
1B 2
1B 3
1B 4
1B 5
1B 6
1B 7
1
2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12
1
B C LK
1D IR
2D IR
1O E
2O E
1
9 G P _oe
9 U S B _oe
1
1
24
48
25
9 m s _s el
B C LK
D AC LR C
D AC D AT
AD C D AT
A D C LR C
MC LK
C LK O U T
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
4
10
15
21
28
34
39
45
1
D GN D
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
G N D _4
G N D _ 10
G N D _ 15
G N D _ 21
G N D _ 28
G N D _ 34
G N D _ 39
G N D _ 45
1
J1
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
V C C 1 _7
V C C 1 _18
V C C 2 _31
V C C 2 _42
1
7
18
31
42
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TP 1 8
C 44
2
5K6
R 34
5K6
22 0p F
1u F
TP 19
3
1
AU D IOJ AC K
TP 2 0
R 35
2
1 0u F , N C
C 49
R 36
R 37
C 48
1
AGN D
AGN D
C 50
MIC BIAS
6 80
AGN D
J7
C 51
1
R 39
2
MIC IN
40 K
R 41
10 M , N C
2 20 p F
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10 u F , N C
AGN D
AGN D
Figure 27. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Analog Input
D BV D D
P LL G N D
100n F
0R /N C
0R /N C
27p F
U8
R 46
4K7
27p F
TP 2 3
TP 24
6M H z
D BV D D
L2
2
VCC
A0
WP
A1
SCL
A2
SDA
VS S
6
1n F
6
C 59
C SC LK
CD A T O
M C LKO 1
VR EN
R ESE T
SC L
SDA
AVS S
XT ALI
P LL F IL I
P LL F IL O
P LL V D D
M C LKO 2
C 60
XT ALO
6
3K0
C 58
AV D D # 2
U SB _ A D C D A T
CD A TI
U SB _D A C L R C
C SY N C
U SB _ A D C L R C
60 z/ 1 . 5 A
1K5
R 49
R 50
VB U S
DD+
ID
GND
D V D D #3 3
PU R
C S CHN E
DP
P 1_ 7
DM
P 1_ 6
D VDD #8
P 1_ 5
M R ESE T
D VSS #2 8
TES T
P 1_ 4
E XT E N
P 1_ 3
2
a m p_ s d
4.7K
C 61
4.7K
2
R 54
2
R 55
2
P 1_ 1
P 1_ 0
P 1_ 2
N C #2 2
D V DD #2 1
N C #2 0
P 3_ 1
P 3_ 0
R S TO
P 3_ 5
DGND
P 3_ 4
47p F
L5
P 3_ 3
47p F
D VSS # 4
D VSS #1 6
S2
S1
R 53
D BV D D
C R ESE T
P 3_2 /X I N T
DGND
DGND
U9
D BV D D
1
R 56
3
R 57
a m p_ s d
G P _o e
2
R 58
A D M 181 8
m s_sel
G P _o e
D BV D D
U SB _o e
C 64
D BV D D
C 67
A1
C 66
RX
B1
TP 2 5
DGND
10u F
100n F
B2
1
A2
U SB _V C C
R 59
SW 1
DGND
L E D G R EE N
Figure 28. Schematic of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, USB MCU
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S3
S4
J8
60 z /1 .5 A
MC LKI
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Figure 29. Layout of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Top Layer
Figure 30. Layout of SSM2603 Evaluation Board, Bottom Layer
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ORDERING INFORMATION
BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 1.
Qty
3
13
6
25
3
2
2
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
4
1
4
3
3
3
3
3
5
5
2
8
1
2
1
1
3
6
1
1
3
1
15
11
1
3
2
Reference Designator
C46, C49, C51
C2, C4, C6, C8, C21, C24, C27, C30, C34, C38,
C58, C67, C68
C10, C12, C14, C16, C18, C20
C1, C3, C5, C7, C9, C11, C13, C15, C17, C19,
C22, C23, C25, C26, C28, C29, C31, C32, C54,
C60, C61, C64, C65, C66, C69
C44 ,C47, C53
C40, C43
C55, C56
C57
C59
C62, C63
C45, C48, C52
D1, D2, D3, D4
JP1
J1
J3, J5, J6, J7
J8
L2, L3, L4, L5
Q1, Q2, Q3
R1, R6, R13
R4, R9, R15
R2, R7, R14
R5, R10, R16
R17, R45, R46, R51, R52
R32, R33, R35, R36, R41
R19, R25
R21, R27, R29, R31, R53, R56, R57, R58
R47
R49, R50
R48
R40
R11, R12, R39
R3, R8, R54, R55, R28, R30
R59
R38
R34, R37, R42
SW1
TP1, TP2, TP3, TP4, TP5, TP6, TP7, TP8, TP9,
TP10, TP11, TP15, TP17, TP19, TP21
TP12, TP13, TP14, TP16, TP18, TP20, TP22,
TP23, TP24, TP25, TP26
U1
U2, U3, U4
U5, U6
Description
1 μF capacitor, 3216
10 μF capacitor, 1206
4.7 μF capacitor, 3216
0.1 μF capacitor, 0603
10 μF capacitor, not populated, 3216
220 μF capacitor, 6032
27 pF capacitor, 0603
1 nF capacitor, 0603
100 pF capacitor, 0603
47 pF capacitor, 0603
220 pF capacitor, 0603
LED, 1206
HEADER1X2, header, 1 × 2
HEADER2X7, header, 2 × 7
AUDIO JACK, STX-3500-3
1734035-1, Mini USB
60z/1.5A, 0805
MMBT3904, SOT23
470 Ω resistor, 0805
10 kΩ resistor, 0603
3.16 kΩ resistor, 0603
1 kΩ resistor, 0603
4.7 kΩ resistor, 0603
5.6 kΩ resistor, 0603
100 Ω resistor, 0603
47 kΩ resistor, 0603
3.0 kΩ resistor, 0603
27 Ω resistor, 0603
15 kΩ resistor, 0603
40 kΩ resistor, 0603
0 Ω resistor, 0603
0 Ω resistor, 0805
330 Ω resistor, 0603
680 Ω resistor, 0603
10 MΩ resistor, 0603
Pushbutton
Black test point, Header1
Manufacturer
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
Digi-Key
Digi-Key
Digi-Key
KYCON
AMP/Tyco Electronics
Murata
Fairchild
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Royalohm
Panasonic
Green test point, Header1
SSM2603-LFCSP28, 28-lead LFCSP
ADP1715, SOP8-26-195
74LVC16245A-DGG, SOP48-20-320
Rev. 0 | Page 12 of 16
Part Number
C3216CH1H105J
C1206CH1H106J
C3216CH1H475J
C0603CH1E104J
C3216CH1H106J
C6032CH1E227J
C0603CH1E270J
C0603CH1E102J
C0603CH1E101J
C0603CH1E470J
C0805CH1E221J
597-3311-407
A26508-02-ND
A26508-07-ND
STX-3500-3
1734035-1
BLM21PG600SN1
MMBT3904
0805S4J0474T3E
0603S4J0103T3E
0603S4J3161T3E
0603S4J0102T3E
0603S4J0472T3E
0603S4J0562T3E
0603S4J0101T3E
0603S4J0472T3E
0603S4J0303T3E
0603S4J0272T3E
0603S4J0152T3E
0603S4J0403T3E
0603S4J0000T3E
0805S4J0000T3E
0603S4J0331T3E
0603S4J0681T3E
0603S4J0106T3E
EVQ-PHP03T
N/A
N/A
Analog Devices
Analog Devices
NXP
SSM2603CPZ
ADP1715
74LVC16245ADGG
EVAL-SSM2603
Qty
1
1
1
1
Reference Designator
U8
U9
U10
Y1
Description
24LC64, SOP8-50-235
TAS1020B, QFP48-20-355
ADM1818, SOT-23
6 MHz, Osc2-190-430x175
ESD CAUTION
ORDERING GUIDE
Model
SSM2603-EVALZ1
1
Description
Evaluation Board
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
Rev. 0 | Page 13 of 16
Manufacturer
Microchip
TI
Analog Devices
ECS
Part Number
24LC64
TAS1020B
ADM1818
ECS-60-32-4X
EVAL-SSM2603
NOTES
Rev. 0 | Page 14 of 16
EVAL-SSM2603
NOTES
Rev. 0 | Page 15 of 16
EVAL-SSM2603
NOTES
©2009 Analog Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademarks and
registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
EB07771-0-4/09(0)
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