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User's Guide
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PCM4201EVM User's Guide
This document provides the information needed to set up and operate the
PCM4201EVM evaluation module (EVM). For a more detailed description of the
PCM4201, please refer to the product datasheet available from the Texas Instruments
web site at www.ti.com. Additional support documents are listed in the section of this
guide entitled Related Documentation from Texas Instruments and Additional
Documentation. Throughout this document, the acronym EVM and the phrase
evaluation module are synonymous with the PCM4201EVM. This user’s guide
includes setup and configuration instructions, information regarding absolute operating
conditions, an electrical schematic, PCB layout drawings, and a bill of materials (BOM)
for the EVM.
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Contents
Introduction .......................................................................................... 2
Getting Started ...................................................................................... 5
Hardware Description and Configuration ........................................................ 6
Schematic, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials ................................................. 10
List of Figures
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PCM4201 Functional Block Diagram ............................................................ 2
PCM4201EVM Functional Block Diagram....................................................... 3
Transmitter Reset Circuitry ........................................................................ 9
PCM4201EVM Schematic ....................................................................... 11
Top Side Silkscreen .............................................................................. 12
Bottom Side Silkscreen........................................................................... 13
Top Layer (Component Side) .................................................................... 14
Ground Layer ...................................................................................... 15
Power Plane Layer ................................................................................ 16
Bottom Layer (Solder Side) ...................................................................... 17
List of Tables
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Absolute Operating Conditions ................................................................... 5
System Clock Source Selection .................................................................. 7
Sampling Mode Selection ......................................................................... 7
Digital High-Pass Filter Configuration ........................................................... 7
Slave/Master Mode Configuration ............................................................... 8
System Clock Rates for Master Mode Operation .............................................. 8
System Clock Rates for Slave Mode Operation ............................................... 8
Digital Interface Transmitter Configuration ..................................................... 9
Transmitter Master Clock Configuration ........................................................ 9
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Introduction
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Introduction
The PCM4201 is a low power, high-performance, single channel audio analog-to-digital (A/D) converter
designed for use in battery-operated or portable professional audio applications, including digital wireless
microphones and digital audio recorders/processors. The PCM4201 features a 24-bit linear PCM data
output, with a data format compatible with digital signal processors and digital audio interface transmitters
(including the DIT4096 and DIT4192 from Texas Instruments).
The PCM4201 includes three sampling modes, supporting sampling rates up to 108kHz. The Normal
Speed Low Power mode supports sampling rates up to 54kHz, and employs 64x oversampling to reduce
overall converter power. The Normal Speed High Performance mode supports sampling rates up to 54kHz
with 128x oversampling, resulting in higher dynamic range than the Low Power mode, at the expense of
increased power dissipation. The Double Speed mode supports sampling frequencies up to 108kHz, and
is provided for those cases where higher sampling rates may be required.
A digital high-pass filter is included for DC removal. Dedicated control pins are included for sampling mode
selection, Slave/Master mode port operation, digital high-pass filter enable/disable, and reset/power-down
functions.
A +5V power supply is required for the analog section of the device, while a +3.3V power supply is
typically utilized for the digital circuitry. The digital supply may operate at voltages as low as +1.8V, with a
corresponding 10mW to 20mW reduction in power dissipation, depending upon the sampling mode
selection. Figure 1 illustrates the functional block diagram for the PCM4201.
VINR+
VINR−
Delta−Sigma
Modulator
Decimation
Filter
FSYNC
HPF
BCK
VREF+
VREF−
Audio
Serial
Port
Voltage
Reference
DATA
S/M
HPFD
Reset
Logic
Power
Clock
Control
RATE
SCKI
RST
VCC
AGND
VDD
DGND
Figure 1. PCM4201 Functional Block Diagram
1.1
PCM4201EVM Features
The PCM4201EVM provides a convenient platform for evaluating the performance and functions of the
PCM4201 device. The primary EVM features include:
• Simple configuration using an onboard DIP switch
• Differential voltage input supporting 3-pin XLR or balanced TRS connections
• Differential input buffer and filter circuit utilizing the Texas Instruments OPA2134 dual op amp
• Flexible input buffer power supply connection (dual or single supply options) and resistor/capacitor
configuration allow for circuit experimentation and op amp substitution
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Buffered audio serial port output supports connection to external DSP hardware or audio test
equipment
An onboard Texas Instruments DIT4096 provides an AES3-encoded digital output suitable for use with
audio test systems or commercial audio equipment, supporting output sampling rates up to 108kHz
Onboard crystal oscillators, operating at 22.5792MHz and 24.576MHz, support 44.1kHz, 48kHz,
88.2kHz, and 96kHz sampling rates and all three sampling modes of the PCM4201
An external clock input allows operation at alternative sampling frequencies
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As shipped, the PCM4201EVM requires +15V, –15V, and +5V analog power supplies. Options are
provided to operate the analog section from a single power supply by utilizing alternative op amps for the
input buffer circuit. A +5V digital supply is required, with a +3.3V digital supply being derived onboard
using a Texas Instruments REG1117 voltage regulator IC. Connections are provided for an external digital
supply for the PCM4201, allowing digital operation down to +1.8V.
1.2
PCM4201EVM General Description and Functional Block Diagram
The PCM4201EVM provides a complete platform for evaluating the performance and features of the
PCM4201 single channel audio A/D converter. Figure 2 illustrates the functional block diagram for the
evaluation module.
To
DIT Circuitry
and
Clock Enables
DIT
Switch
SW1
J5
AES3 Output
U7
DIT4096
BUF
Analog
Input Buffer
J1
Analog
Input
U1
PCM4201
BUF
PCM Data
EXT VDD
GND
+5VD
J2
+15V
J3
Audio
Serial Port
S/M
+5VA
GND
GND
+15V
GND
−15V
U2
OPA2134
−15V
HDR
S/M
System
Clock
J4
EXT CLOCK INPUT
J6
+5VA
JMP4
U10
REG1117
+3.3V
+5VD
X1
22.5792M
X2
24.576M
VDD
Figure 2. PCM4201EVM Functional Block Diagram
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A differential analog input is supported at connector J1. The analog input supports either a 3-pin male XLR
or balanced TRS input plug. The analog input is buffered and filtered using a low noise input circuit,
utilizing a Texas Instruments' OPA2134 dual audio op amp IC. The output of the buffer circuit is connected
to the differential input of the PCM4201, which is then used to convert the analog signal to a 24-bit linear
PCM representation in the digital domain.
The 24-bit PCM output data is made available at header J3. The audio data can also be routed to the
DIT4096 digital interface transmitter, supporting an AES3-encoded output, which is provided at BNC
connector J5. The buffered header is convenient for interfacing to external development hardware or
digital signal processors, while the AES3-encoded outputs may be connected to audio test systems or
commercial audio equipment.
Power is connected to the board at either terminal block J2 for the analog supplies, or at terminal block J6
for the digital supplies.
Manual reset circuits are provided for both the PCM4201 (U1) and the DIT4096 (U7). The ADC RESET
switch (SW2) is utilized for resetting the A/D converter, while the DIT RESET switch (SW3) is utilized for
resetting the AES3 transmitter.
The system or master clock for the evaluation module may be generated onboard or by an external clock
source. Oscillators X1 and X2 operate at fixed clock frequencies of 22.5792MHz and 24.576MHz,
respectively. The oscillators provide low jitter clock sources for measuring the performance of the
PCM4201 in Master mode operation. Alternatively, an external clock source may be connected at J4 for
Master mode operation, supporting alternative sampling rates. For Slave mode operation, the system
clock is provided from an external source through header J3. Switch SW1 provides configuration control
for the PCM4201, the DIT4096, the onboard oscillators, and the external clock input at connector J4.
1.3
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments
The following documents provide information regarding Texas Instruments integrated circuits used in the
assembly of the PCM4201EVM. The latest revisions of these documents are available from the TI web
site at www.ti.com.
1.4
Data Sheet
Literature Number
PCM4201 Datasheet
SBAS342
DIT4096 Datasheet
SBOS225
OPA2134 Datasheet
SBOS058
REG1117 Datasheet
SBVS001
SN74ALVC245 Datasheet
SCES271
SN74LVC1G04 Datasheet
SCES214
SN74LVC1G08 Datasheet
SCES217
SN74LVC1G125 Datasheet
SCES223
Additional Documentation
The following documents or references provide information regarding selected non-TI components used in
the assembly of the PCM4201EVM. These documents are available from the corresponding manufacturer.
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Document/Reference
Manufacturer
SM7745H Series CMOS Oscillators
Pletronics (http://www.pletronics.com)
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Getting Started
This section provides information regarding handling, package contents, and absolute operating conditions
for the PCM4201EVM.
2.1
Electrostatic Discharge Warning
CAUTION
Failure to observe proper ESD handling precautions may result in damage
to EVM components.
Many of the components used in the assembly of the PCM4201EVM are susceptible to damage by
electrostatic discharge (ESD). Customers are advised to observe proper ESD handling procedure when
unpacking and handling the PCM4201EVM. All handling should be performed at an approved ESD
workstation or test bench, using a grounded wrist strap. Failure to observe proper handling procedure may
result in damage to the EVM and/or the module components.
2.2
EVM Package Contents
Upon opening the PCM4201EVM package, please check to make sure that these items are included:
• One PCM4201EVM evaluation module
• One printed copy of the PCM4201 product datasheet
• One printed copy of this PCM4201EVM User’s Guide
If any of these items are missing, please contact the TI Product Information Center in your region.
2.3
Absolute Operating Conditions
CAUTION
Exceeding the absolute operating conditions may result in damage to the
evaluation module and/or the equipment connected to it.
The user should be aware of the absolute operating conditions for the PCM4201EVM. Table 1
summarizes the critical data points.
Table 1. Absolute Operating Conditions
Min
Max
Units
+15V
+5.0
+18.0
V
-15V
-5.0
-18.0
V
+5VA
+4.5
+5.5
V
+5VD
+4.5
+5.5
V
EXT VDD
+1.8
+3.6
V
Power Supplies
Audio Serial Port (J3)
VIH, Input High Voltage
0.7 x VDD
+3.6
V
VIL, Input Low Voltage
-0.3
0.3 x VDD
V
External Clock Input (J4)
VIH, Input High Voltage
0.7 x VDD
+3.6
V
VIL, Input Low Voltage
-0.3
0.3 x VDD
V
0
18.5
V PP
Analog Inputs (J1)
Input Voltage, Differential
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Hardware Description and Configuration
This section provides hardware description and configuration information for the PCM4201EVM.
3.1
Power Supply Configuration
The PCM4201EVM requires three analog power supplies and one digital power supply for operation. The
analog supplies are connected at terminal block J2, while the digital supply is connected at terminal block
J6.
Analog supplies include +15V and –15V DC for powering the input buffer circuit, as well as +5.0V DC for
powering the analog section of the PCM4201. All supplies should be rated for at least 500mA of output
current.
The digital supply requires +5.0V DC and should be rated for at least 500mA of output current. The +5.0V
supply is regulated to +3.3V DC by an onboard Texas Instruments REG1117 linear voltage regulator
(U10), which is used to power the digital section of the PCM4201 and the majority of the support logic
circuitry. The core logic and line driver sections of the AES3 transmitter (U7) utilize the +5.0V digital
supply directly.
An optional external VDD power supply is supported at terminal block J6. Jumper JMP4 is utilized to
select either the onboard +3.3V voltage regulator (U10) or an external power source. Shorting pins 1 and
2 together using the supplied jumper block selects the onboard +3.3V voltage regulator. Shorting pins 3
and 4 together will select the external supply (EXT VDD) on terminal block J6. Only one source may be
selected at any time.
The External VDD may be operated as low as +1.8V. However, the DIT4096 transmitter will only operate
at voltages down to +2.0V. Use the audio serial port interface at header J3 when operating VDD at
voltages lower than +2.0V.
3.2
Analog Input
The PCM4201EVM includes a Neutrik combo XLR connector (J1), which accepts either a 3-pin male XLR
or a 1/4-inch TRS phono plug. The analog input can accept up to a 18.5VPP differential input signal. This
signal is then attenuated by a factor of 3.7 by the input buffer circuit, which corresponds to the 5.0VPP full
scale differential input voltage for the PCM4201 analog input.
The input buffer circuit is comprised of an OPA2134 dual audio operational amplifier and associated
passive components. The input buffer provides active attenuation and low-pass filtering for the analog
input signal. The OPA2134 is biased to approximately +2.5V, with the bias voltage being derived from the
+5V analog supply using a voltage divider.
The input buffer circuit may be configured to accept either dual or single supply op amps. Jumper JMP2
allows the –15V supply to be shorted to ground. The +15V may then be adjusted to the appropriate single
supply voltage for the op amp. When using a single supply op amp, it may be necessary to change the
values of the buffer feedback and input resistors in order to adjust the gain or attenuation to match the
maximum input/output voltage swing allowed by the single supply configuration.
3.3
System Clock Configuration
The OSC1 and OSC2 elements of switch SW1 are utilized to select the system clock source for the
PCM4201EVM. Table 2 summarizes the available options. The onboard oscillators support 44.1kHz,
48kHz, 88.2kHz, and 96kHz sampling rates for Master mode audio serial port operation. Alternatively, the
external clock input (J4) may be used to supply the system clock from an external source, supporting
additional sampling rates.
For Slave mode operation, the system clock is input at the SCKI pin of the audio serial port header (J3).
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Table 2. System Clock Source Selection
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OSC2
OSC1
LO
HI
X1, 22.5792MHz
SYSTEM CLOCK SOURCE
HI
LO
X2, 24.576MHz
LO
LO
External Clock from connector J3 or J4
Sampling Mode Selection
The PCM4201 supports three sampling modes, allowing the user to select the best power/performance
combination for a given application.
The Normal Speed Low Power mode provides the lowest overall power dissipation while supporting
sampling rates up to 54kHz. The modulator oversampling rate is 64fS for this mode.
The Normal Speed High Performance mode provides the best dynamic performance at the expense of
increased power dissipation. Sampling rates up to 54kHz are supported. The modulator oversampling rate
is 128fS for this mode, improving the overall dynamic range and THD+N when compared to the Low
Power mode.
The Double Speed mode supports sampling frequencies up to 108kHz with power dissipation just slightly
higher than the Normal Speed High Performance mode. The modulator oversampling rate is 64fS for this
mode.
The sampling mode is selected using the RATE VDD and RATE GND elements of switch SW1. Table 3
shows the settings required for each sampling mode.
Table 3. Sampling Mode Selection
3.5
RATE VDD
RATE GND
OFF
ON
Double Speed
SAMPLING MODE
ON
OFF
Normal Speed Low Power
OFF
OFF
Normal Speed High Performance
Digital High-Pass Filter
The PCM201 includes a digital high-pass filter, which is utilized to remove the DC component from the
digitized signal. The high-pass filter is located at the output of the digital decimation filter in the overall A/D
signal chain. The –3dB corner frequency of the high-pass filter is set by the following relationship:
fS
F 3dB , where f S output sampling rate
48, 000
The digital high-pass filter may be enabled or disabled using the HPFD element of switch SW1. Table 4
summarizes the HPFD switch settings. There may be a small increase distortion for low frequency inputs
(less than 100Hz) when the high-pass filter is enabled.
Table 4. Digital High-Pass Filter Configuration
HPFD
HIGH-PASS FILTER FUNCTION
LO
Enabled
HI
Disabled
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3.6
Audio Serial Port Interface
The PCM4201EVM audio serial port is accessed at header J3. The port includes the audio bit clock
(BCK), the audio frame synchronization clock (FSYNC), and the serial audio data (DATA). The system
clock (SCKI) is also available at the audio serial port. The audio serial port may be operated in Slave or
Master Mode.
In Slave Mode, the BCK, FSYNC, and SCKI clocks are inputs to the PCM4201EVM, and may be provided
from an external source (DSP, FPGA, etc.) via header J3. The BCK and FSYNC clocks must be
synchronous with one another and the audio data.
In Master Mode, the BCK, FSYNC, and SCKI clocks are outputs, being derived by the PCM4201 using the
on-board crystal oscillators or external clock source applied at connector J4.
The Slave or Master Mode port configuration is programmed using the S/M element of switch SW1.
Table 5 summarizes the available settings.
Table 5. Slave/Master Mode Configuration
S/M
AUDIO SERIAL PORT SLAVE/MASTER MODE
LO
Master
HI
Slave
Slave or Master Mode audio serial port operation also dictates the required rate of the system clock
(SCKI) supported for various sampling modes. A summary of the supported rates is shown in Table 6 and
Table 7.
Table 6. System Clock Rates for Master Mode Operation
SCKI RATE
SAMPLING MODE WITH MASTER MODE AUDIO SERIAL PORT
512fS
Normal Speed Low Power
512fS
Normal Speed High Performance
256fS
Double Speed
Table 7. System Clock Rates for Slave Mode Operation
SCKI RATE
Normal Speed Low Power
256fS or 512fS
Normal Speed High Performance
256fS
3.7
SAMPLING MODE WITH SLAVE MODE AUDIO SERIAL PORT
256fS or 512fS
Double Speed
Digital Interface Transmitter
A Texas Instruments DIT4096 digital interface transmitter provides an AES3-encoded output for the
PCM4201EVM. The DIT and DITCLK elements of switch SW1 are utilized to configure the transmitter.
The output of the transmitter is available at connector J5. This output is designed for use with 75Ω coaxial
cable connections.
The transmitter is enabled using the DIT element of switch SW1. The DIT switch operation is summarized
in Table 8.
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Table 8. Digital Interface Transmitter Configuration
DIT
DIGITAL INTERFACE TRANSMITTER
LO
Enabled
HI
Disabled
The audio data format for the transmitters is hardwired for 24-bit Left Justified data format. Only one
channel (Channel A of the AES3 stream) will carry 24-bit linear PCM audio data.
Like the PCM4201, the DIT4096 transmitters must be configured for the proper Master (or System) clock
frequency. The transmitter master clock is driven by the same source as the PCM4201 system clock, as
described in Section 3.3 of this document. The transmitter master clock rate selection must match the
system clock rate selection for the PCM4201. Table 9 summarizes the master clock rate options for the
DIT4096 transmitter using the DITCLK element of switch SW1.
Table 9. Transmitter Master Clock Configuration
DITCLK
3.8
TRANSMITTER MASTER CLOCK RATE
LO
256fS
HI
512fS
Reset Operations
The PCM4201EVM includes two reset switches, SW2 and SW3. Both are momentary contact, normally
open pushbutton switches. Switch SW2 provides the manual reset for the PCM4201, while switch SW3
provides the manual reset the DIT4096 digital interface transmitter.
The PCM4201 may be reset at any time by momentarily pressing and then releasing switch SW2. This
generates a reset pulse and initiates a reset sequence for the device.
For the transmitter reset function, the output of the reset circuit is connected to the RST pin of the
DIT4096 transmitter. The DIT4096 may be reset only when the DIT switch of SW1 is set LO by
momentarily pressing and then releasing switch SW3. If the DIT switch is set HI, the output of the AND
gate in the reset circuit is forced low, which will force the transmitter into power down mode. The
transmitter reset circuit is shown in Figure 3.
VDD
SW4
N.O.
U8
U9
From DIT
To RST of U7
Figure 3. Transmitter Reset Circuitry
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Schematic, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials
This section provides the electrical schematic and physical layout information for the PCM4201EVM. The
bill of materials (BOM) is included as a component reference.
Note:
Board layouts are not to scale. These figures are intended to show how the board is laid
out; they are not intended to be used for manufacturing PCM4201EVM PCBs.
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4.1
Schematic
The electrical schematic for the PCM4201EVM is shown in Figure 4. The components shown in the
schematic are listed in Table 10 for reference.
Figure 4. PCM4201EVM Schematic
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4.2
PCB Layout
The PCB layout is a 4-layer printed circuit board (PCB) with the following layer structure:
• Layer 1: Top (component side)
• Layer 2: Ground plane
• Layer 3: Power
• Layer 4: Bottom (solder side)
Figure 5 through Figure 10 show the top and bottom side silkscreen images, along with top, ground plane,
power, and bottom layers of the PCB.
Figure 5. Top Side Silkscreen
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Figure 6. Bottom Side Silkscreen
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Figure 7. Top Layer (Component Side)
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Figure 10. Bottom Layer (Solder Side)
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4.3
Bill of Materials
The Bill of Materials, listing the components use in the assembly of the PCM4201EVM, is shown in
Table 10.
Table 10. PCM4201EVM Bill of Materials
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ITEM
VALUE
Ref Des
QTY PER
BOARD
MFR
MFR PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
100pF
C43, C44
2
TDK
C2012C0G1H101J
Chip Capacitor, C0G Ceramic,
100pF ±5%, 50WV, Size = 0805
2
1000pF
C45, C46
2
TDK
C2012C0G1H102J
Chip Capacitor, C0G Ceramic,
1000pF ±5%, 50WV, Size = 0805
3
2700pF
C47
1
TDK
C2012C0G1H272J
Chip Capacitor, C0G Ceramic,
2700pF ±5%, 50WV, Size = 0805
4
N/A
C41, C42
N/A
N/A
N/A
Optional Component; Not Installed,
Size = 0805
5
0.01µF
C37-C40
4
TDK
C2012X7R1H103K
Chip Capacitor, X7R Ceramic,
0.01µF ±10%, 50WV, Size = 0805
6
0.1µF
C18-C36
19
TDK
C2012X7R1H104K
Chip Capacitor, X7R Ceramic,
0.1µF ±10%, 50WV, Size = 0805
7
10µF
C8-C17
10
Kemet
T494C106K025AS
Chip Capacitor, Low ESR Tantalum,
10µF ±10%, 25WV, Size = C
8
100µF
C1-C7
7
Panasonic
EEV-FK1E101XP
Capacitor, SMT Aluminum Electrolytic,
100µF ±20%, 25WV
9
J1
1
Neutrik
NCJ6FI-H
Combo Connector, Female XLR and
TRS, Vertical PC Mount
10
J2
1
Weidmuller
996772
3.5mm PCB Terminal Block, 6 poles
11
J3
1
Samtec
TSW-105-07-G-D
Terminal Strip, 10-pin (5x2)
12
J4, J5
2
Amp
414305-1
RCA Phono Jack, Black Shell
13
J6
1
Weidmuller
1699680000
3.5mm PCB Terminal Block, 3 poles
14
JMP1, JMP2
2
Samtec
TSW-102-07-G-S
Terminal Strip, 2-pin (2x1)
15
JMP4
1
Samtec
TSW-102-07-G-D
Terminal Strip, 4-pin (2x2)
16
0
R12, R13
2
Panasonic
ERJ-6GEY0R00V
Chip Resistor, 0W, Shunt, Size = 0805
17
40.2
R10, R11
2
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF40R2V
Chip Resistor, Thick Film, 1% Tolerance, 40.2W, 1/10W, Size = 0805
18
121
R14
1
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF1210V
Chip Resistor, Thick Film, 1% Tolerance, 121W, 1/10W, Size = 0805
19
150
R5
1
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF1500V
Chip Resistor, Thick Film, 1% Tolerance, 150W, 1/10W, Size = 0805
20
270
R6, R7
2
Panasonic
ERA-6YEB271V
Chip Resistor, Metal Film, 0.1% Tolerance, 270W, 1/10W, Size = 0805
21
1K
R8, R9
2
Panasonic
ERA-6YEB102V
Chip Resistor, Metal Film, 0.1% Tolerance, 1kW, 1/10W, Size = 0805
22
10K
R1-R4
4
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF1002V
Chip Resistor, Thick Film, 1% Tolerance, 10kW, 1/10W, Size = 0805
23
10K
RN1
1
CTS
742C163103J
Thick Film Chip Resistor Array, 10kW,
16-Terminal, 8 Resistors, Isolated
24
100
RN2, RN2,
RN4
3
CTS
742C083101J
Thick Film Chip Resistor Array, 100W,
16-Terminal, 8 Resistors, Isolated
25
SW1
1
ITT Industries/
C&K
TDA08H0SK1
DIP Switch, 8 Element, Half-Pitch,
Surface-Mount, Tape Sealed
26
SW2, SW3
2
Omron
B3S-1000
Momentary Tact Switch, SMT without
Ground Terminal
27
U1
1
Texas
Instruments
PCM4201PW
Single Channel 24-Bit Audio
A/D Converter
PCM4201EVM User's Guide
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Schematic, PCB Layout, and Bill of Materials
Table 10. PCM4201EVM Bill of Materials (continued)
28
U2
1
Texas
Instruments
OPA2134UA
Dual Audio Op Amp
29
U3
N/A
N/A
N/A
Component Removed,
Reference Maintained
30
U4, U6
2
Texas
Instruments
SN74ALVC245PW
Octal Bus Transceiver w/ Tri-State
Outputs
31
U5
1
Texas
Instruments
SN74LVC1G125DBV
Single Non-Inverting Buffer w/
Tri-State Output
32
U7
1
Texas
Instruments
DIT4096IPW
96kHz Digital Audio Transmitter
33
U8
1
Texas
Instruments
SN74LVC1G04PW
Single Inverter
34
U9
1
Texas
Instruments
SN74LVC1G08DBV
Single 2-Input Positive AND Gate
35
U10
1
Texas
Instruments
REG1117-3.3
Linear Voltage Regulator, +3.3V
36
X1
1
Pletronics
SM7745HSV-22.5792M
+3.3V Surface Mount Clock Oscillator
CMOS Output with Active High Enable
22.5792MHz ±50ppm
37
X2
1
Pletronics
SM7745HSV-24.576M
+3.3V Surface Mount Clock Oscillator
CMOS Output with Active High Enable
24.576MHz ±50ppm
38
2
Samtec
SNT-100-BK-G-H
Shorting Blocks
39
4
3M Bumpon
SJ-5003
Self-Adhesive Rubber Feet
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PCM4201EVM User's Guide
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