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LMH1219 Low Power 12G UHD Adaptive Cable Equalizer with Integrated Reclocker
1 Features
3 Description
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The LMH1219 is a low-power, dual-input and dualoutput, adaptive equalizer with integrated reclocker. It
supports SMPTE video rates up to 11.88 Gbps and
10 GbE video over IP, enabling UHD video for 4K/8K
applications. An extended reach adaptive cable
equalizer at IN0 is designed to equalize data
transmitted over 75 Ω coaxial cable and operates
over a wide range of data rates from 125 Mbps to
11.88 Gbps. An adaptive board trace equalizer at IN1
is SFF-8431 compatible and supports both SMPTE
and 10 GbE data rates.
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Supports ST-2082-1(12G), ST-2081-1(6G), ST424(3G), ST-292(HD), and ST-259(SD)
Supports SFF8431 (SFP+) for SMPTE 2022-5/6
Compatible with DVB-ASI and AES10 (MADI)
Integrated Reference-Less Reclocker Locks to
SMPTE and 10GbE Rate: 11.88 Gbps, 5.94 Gbps,
2.97 Gbps, 1.485 Gbps, or Divide-by-1.001 SubRates, 270 Mbps and 10.3125 Gbps
Adaptive Cable Equalizer at Input 0 (IN0)
Cable Reach (Belden 1694A):
– 75 m at 11.88 Gbps (4Kp60 UHD)
– 120 m at 5.94 Gbps (UHD)
– 200 m at 2.97 Gbps (FHD)
– 280 m at 1.485 Gbps (HD)
– 600 m at 270 Mbps (SD)
Adaptive Board Trace Equalizer at Input 1 (IN1)
Low Power: 250 mW (Typical)
Power Saving Mode: 16 mW
Integrated Input Return Loss Network
2:1 Input Mux, 1:2 Fanout Output With DeEmphasis
Supports Signal Splitter Mode (–6 dB Launch
Amplitude)
On-Chip Loop Filter Capacitor and Eye Monitor
Powers from Single 2.5 V with On-Chip 1.8 V
Regulator
Configurable by Control Pins, SPI, or SMBus
Interface
4 mm × 4 mm 24-pin QFN Package
Operating Temperature Range: –40°C to +85°C
The integrated reclocker attenuates high frequency
jitter and provides the best signal integrity. High input
jitter tolerance of the reclocker improves timing
margin. The reclocker has a built-in loop filter, and
operates without the need of a precision input
reference clock. A non-disruptive eye monitor allows
real time measurement of the serial data to simplify
system debug and accelerate board bring-up.
The integrated 2:1 Mux and 1:2 Fanout provide
flexibility for multiple video signals. The output drivers
offer programmable de-emphasis to compensate
board trace losses at its outputs. The integrated
return loss network meets stringent SMPTE
specifications across all data rates. The typical power
consumption of LMH1219 is 250 mW. In the absence
of input signal, power is further reduced to 16 mW.
The LMH1219 is pin compatible to LMH1226 (12G
UHD reclocker) and LMH0324 (3G adaptive cable
equalizer).
Device Information(1)
PART NUMBER
LMH1219
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SMPTE Compatible Serial Digital Interface
UHDTV/4K/8K/HDTV/SDTV Video
Broadcast Video Routers, Switchers, Distribution
Amplifiers, and Monitors
Digital Video Processing and Editing
10 GbE - SDI Media Gateway
BODY SIZE (NOM)
4.00 mm × 4.00 mm
(1) For all available packages, see the orderable addendum at
the end of the data sheet.
2 Applications
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PACKAGE
QFN (24)
Simplified Block Diagram
IN0±
2 SE 75 Ÿ
Term
Cable
EQ
IN1±
2 Diff 100 Ÿ
Term
PCB
EQ
Reclocker
Data
with
Integrated
Clock
LoopFilter,
EyeMon
IN_MUX
Power
Management
LDO
Single 2.5 V
or
Dual 2.5 V and 1.8 V
VDD_LDO
OUT_MUX
Control Logic
Control
Lock
Pins Indicator
100-Ÿ
Driver
2
100-Ÿ
Driver
2
OUT0±
OUT1±
Serial
Interface
SPI
or
SMBus
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An IMPORTANT NOTICE at the end of this data sheet addresses availability, warranty, changes, use in safety-critical applications,
intellectual property matters and other important disclaimers. PRODUCTION DATA.
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Table of Contents
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Features ..................................................................
Applications ...........................................................
Description .............................................................
Revision History.....................................................
Pin Configuration and Functions .........................
Specifications.........................................................
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3
5
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
Absolute Maximum Ratings ...................................... 5
ESD Ratings ............................................................ 5
Recommended Operating Conditions....................... 5
Thermal Information .................................................. 6
Electrical Characteristics........................................... 6
Recommended SMBus Interface AC Timing
Specifications ........................................................... 12
6.7 Serial Parallel Interface (SPI) AC Timing
Specifications ........................................................... 13
6.8 Typical Characteristics ............................................ 14
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Detailed Description ............................................ 16
7.1 Overview ................................................................. 16
7.2 Functional Block Diagram ....................................... 16
7.3 Feature Description................................................. 17
7.4 Device Functional Modes........................................ 22
7.5 LMH1219 Register Map .......................................... 27
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Application and Implementation ........................ 40
8.1 Application Information............................................ 40
8.2 Typical Application .................................................. 40
9 Power Supply Recommendations...................... 47
10 Layout................................................................... 47
10.1 PCB Layout Guidelines......................................... 47
10.2 Layout Example .................................................... 49
11 Device and Documentation Support ................. 50
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
Receiving Notification of Documentation Updates
Community Resources..........................................
Trademarks ...........................................................
Electrostatic Discharge Caution ............................
Glossary ................................................................
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12 Mechanical, Packaging, and Orderable
Information ........................................................... 50
4 Revision History
Changes from Revision C (October 2017) to Revision D
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First public release of full production data sheet; add top navigator link for TI reference design.......................................... 1
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Moved LMH1219 and LMH0324 Compatibility to Application Information ........................................................................... 40
Changes from Revision B (February 2017) to Revision C
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add package drawings.......................................................................................................................................................... 50
Changes from Revision A (May 2016) to Revision B
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Changed eq_en_bypass bit description from "Gain Stages 3 and 4" to "Gain Stages 2 and 3" ........................................ 29
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Changed bit location of IN1 Carrier Detect Power Down Control from Reg 0x13[5] to Reg 0x15[6] .................................. 29
Changes from Original (April 2016) to Revision A
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Deleted min and max VOD_DE amplitude specification when VOD_DE = Level F ............................................................. 9
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Changed typical VOD_DE amplitude specifications for Levels F, R, and L .......................................................................... 9
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Changed DEM value and DEM register settings in Table 5 to match correct VOD_DE pin logic levels ............................. 20
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Added new row for VOD = 5, DEM = 5 setting in Table 10 ................................................................................................ 43
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5 Pin Configuration and Functions
VIN
VDD_LDO
VDDIO
SCK_SCL
MISO_ADDR1
OUT_CTRL
24
23
22
21
20
19
RTW Package
24-Pin QFN
Top View
IN0+
1
18
OUT0+
IN0-
2
17
OUT0-
VSS
3
16
VSS
IN1+
4
15
OUT1+
IN1-
5
14
OUT1-
13
VDD_CDR
8
9
10
11
12
VSS
MOSI_SDA
VOD_DE
LOCK_N
SS_N_ADDR0
IN_OUT_SEL
6
EP = VSS
7
MODE_SEL
LMH1219
Pin Functions
PIN
NAME
NO.
I/O (1)
DESCRIPTION
High Speed Differential I/O'S
IN0+
1
I, Analog
IN0-
2
I, Analog
IN1+
4
I, Analog
IN1-
5
I, Analog
OUT0+
18
O, Analog
OUT0-
17
O, Analog
OUT1+
15
O, Analog
OUT1-
14
O, Analog
Single-ended complementary inputs, 75-Ω internal termination from IN0+ or IN0- to
internal common mode voltage and return loss compensation network. Requires
external 4.7-µF AC coupling capacitors. IN0+ is the 75-Ω input port for the adaptive
cable equalizer in SMPTE video applications.
Differential complementary inputs with internal 100-Ω termination. Requires external
4.7-µF AC coupling capacitors for SMPTE and 10 GbE.
Differential complementary outputs with 100-Ω internal termination. Requires external
4.7-µF AC coupling capacitors. Output driver OUT0± can be disabled under user
control.
Differential complementary outputs with 100-Ω internal termination. Requires external
4.7-µF AC coupling capacitors. Output driver OUT1± can be disabled under user
control.
Control Pins
LOCK_N is the reclocker lock indicator for the selected input. LOCK_N is pulled LOW
when the reclocker has acquired locking condition. LOCK_N is an open drain output,
3.3 V tolerant, and requires an external 2-kΩ to 5-kΩ pull-up resistor to logic supply.
LOCK_N pin can be re-configured to indicate CD_N (Carrier Detect) or INT_N
(Interrupt) for IN0 or IN1 through register programming.
LOCK_N
12
O, LVCMOS, OD
IN_OUT_SEL
8
I, 4-LEVEL
IN_OUT_SEL selects the signal flow at input ports to output ports. See Table 2 for
details. This pin setting can be overridden by register control.
OUT_CTRL
19
I, 4-LEVEL
OUT_CTRL selects the signal flow from the selected IN port to OUT0± and OUT1±. It
selects reclocked data, reclocked data and clock, bypassed reclocker data (equalized
data to output driver), or bypassed equalizer and reclocker data. See Table 4 for
details. This pin setting can be overridden by register control.
(1)
I = Input, O = Output, IO = Input or Output, OD = Open Drain, LVCMOS = 2-State Logic, 4-LEVEL = 4-State Logic
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Pin Functions (continued)
PIN
NAME
NO.
I/O (1)
DESCRIPTION
VOD_DE
11
I, 4-LEVEL
VOD_DE selects the driver output amplitude and de-emphasis level for both OUT0±
and OUT1±. See Table 5 for details. This pin setting can be overridden by register
control.
MODE_SEL
6
I, 4-LEVEL
MODE_SEL enables SPI or SMBus serial control interface. See Table 6 for details.
Serial Control Interface (SPI Mode), MODE_SEL = F (Float)
SS_N
7
I, LVCMOS
SS_N is the Slave Select. When SS_N is at logic Low, it enables SPI access to the
LMH1219 slave device. SS_N is a LVCMOS input referenced to VDDIO.
MISO
20
O, LVCMOS
MISO is the SPI control serial data output from the LMH1219 slave device. MISO is a
LVCMOS output referenced to VDDIO.
MOSI
10
I, LVCMOS
MOSI is used as the SPI control serial data input to the LMH1219 slave device. MOSI
is LVCMOS input referenced to VDDIO.
SCK
21
I, LVCMOS
SCK is the SPI serial input clock to the LMH1219 slave device. SCK is LVCMOS
referenced to VDDIO.
Serial Control Interface (SMBus MODE) , MODE_SEL = L (1 kΩ to VSS)
ADDR0
7
Strap, 4-LEVEL
ADDR1
20
Strap, 4-LEVEL
SDA
10
IO, LVCMOS, OD
SCL
21
I, LVCMOS, OD
3, 9, 16
I, Ground
Ground reference.
ADDR[1:0] are SMBus address straps to select one of the 16 supported SMBus
addresses. ADDR[1:0] are 4-level straps and are read into the device at power up.
SDA is the SMBus bi-directional open drain SDA data line to or from the LMH1219
slave device. SDA is an open drain IO and tolerant to 3.3 V. SDA requires an external
2-kΩ to 5-kΩ pull-up resistor to the SMBus termination voltage.
SCL is the SMBus input clock to the LMH1219 slave device. It is driven by a
LVCMOS open drain driver from the SMBus master. SCL is tolerant to 3.3 V and
requires an external 2-kΩ to 5-kΩ pull up resistor to the SMBus termination voltage.
Power
VSS
VIN
24
I, Power
VIN is connected to an external power supply. It accepts either 2.5 V ± 5% or 1.8 V ±
5%. When VIN is powered from 2.5 V, VDD_LDO is the output of an on-chip LDO
regulator. For lower power operation, both VIN and VDD_LDO should be connected
to a 1.8 V supply.
VDDIO
22
I, Power
VDDIO powers the LVCMOS IO and 4-level input logic and connects to 2.5 V ± 5%.
VDD_LDO is the output of the internal 1.8 V LDO regulator when VIN is connected to
a 2.5 V supply. VDD_LDO output requires external 1-µF and 0.1-µF bypass
capacitors to VSS. The internal LDO is designed to power internal circuitry only.
VDD_LDO is an input when VIN is powered from 1.8 V for lower power operation.
When VIN is connected to a 1.8 V supply, both VIN and VDD_LDO should be
connected to a 1.8 V supply.
VDD_LDO
23
IO, Power
VDD_CDR
13
I, Power
VDD_CDR powers the reclocker circuitry and connects to 2.5 V ± 5% supply.
I, Ground
EP is the exposed pad at the bottom of the QFN package. The exposed pad must be
connected to the ground plane through a via array. See Figure 41 for details.
EP
4
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6 Specifications
6.1 Absolute Maximum Ratings
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
(1) (2)
MIN
MAX
UNIT
Supply Voltage for 2.5 V Mode (VDD_CDR, VIN, VDDIO)
–0.5
2.75
V
Supply Voltage for 1.8 V Mode (VIN, VDD_LDO)
–0.5
2.0
V
4-Level Input/Output Voltage (IN_OUT_SEL, OUT_CTRL, VOD_DE, MODE_SEL, ADDR0,
ADDR1)
–0.5
2.75
V
SMBus Input/Output Voltage (SDA, SCL)
–0.5
4.0
V
SPI Input/Output Voltage (SS_N, MISO, MOSI, and SCK)
–0.5
2.75
V
Input Voltage (IN0±, IN1±)
–0.5
2.75
V
Input Current (IN0±, IN1±)
–30
Junction Temperature
Storage temperature
(1)
(2)
-65
30
mA
125
°C
150
°C
Stresses beyond those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings
only, which do not imply functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under Recommended
Operating Conditions. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
For soldering specifications, see application note SNOA549.
6.2 ESD Ratings
VALUE
V(ESD)
(1)
(2)
Electrostatic discharge
Human-body model (HBM), per ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001 (1)
±4500
Charged-device model (CDM), per JEDEC specification JESD22-C101 (2)
±1500
UNIT
V
JEDEC document JEP155 states that 500 V HBM allows safe manufacturing with a standard ESD control process. Manufacturing with
less than 500 V HBM is possible with the necessary precautions. Pins listed as ±4500 V may actually have higher performance.
JEDEC document JEP157 states that 250 V CDM allows safe manufacturing with a standard ESD control process. Manufacturing with
less than 250 V CDM is possible with the necessary precautions. Pins listed as ±1500 V may actually have higher performance.
6.3 Recommended Operating Conditions
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
Single Supply
Mode (1)
VIN, VDDIO, VDD_CDR to VSS
Dual Supply
Mode (2) (3)
VIN, VDD_LDO to VSS
VDDSMBUS
SMBus: SDA, SCL Open Drain Termination Voltage
VDD_CDR, VDDIO to VSS
VIN0_LAUNCH
Source Launch Amplitude before coaxial
cable
VIN1_LAUNCH
Source Differential Launch Amplitude
TJUNCTION
Operating Junction Temperature
TAMBIENT
Ambient Temperature
NTpsmax (4)
Maximum Supply Noise Tolerance
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MIN
NOM
MAX
UNIT
2.375
2.5
2.625
V
1.71
1.8
1.89
2.375
2.5
2.625
2.375
3.6
Normal mode
0.72
0.8
0.88
Splitter mode
0.36
0.4
0.44
before 5-inch board trace
300
850
before 20-inch board trace
650
1000
–40
V
25
50 Hz to 1 MHz, sinusoidal
<20
1.1 MHz to 6 GHz,
sinusoidal
<10
V
Vp-p
mVp-p
100
°C
85
°C
mVp-p
In Single Supply Mode, the VIN, VDDIO and VDD_CDR supplies are 2.5 V. The VDD_LDO is the 1.8 V LDO output of an internal LDO
regulator, the VDD_LDO pin should not be connected to any external supply voltage.
In Dual Supply Mode, the VIN and VDD_LDO are connected to a 1.8 V supply, while the VDD_CDR and VDDIO supplies are 2.5 V.
In Dual Supply Mode, the VDDIO and VDD_CDR supply should be powered before or at the same time as VIN and VDD_LDO = 1.8 V.
The sum of the DC supply voltage and AC supply noise should not exceed the recommended supply voltage range.
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6.4 Thermal Information
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THERMAL METRIC (1) (2)
RTW (QFN)
UNIT
24 PINS
RθJA
Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance
33.2
°C/W
RθJC(top)
Junction-to-case (top) thermal resistance
28.8
°C/W
RθJB
Junction-to-board thermal resistance
11.2
°C/W
ψJT
Junction-to-top characterization parameter
0.3
°C/W
ψJB
Junction-to-board characterization parameter
11.3
°C/W
RθJC(bot)
Junction-to-case (bottom) thermal resistance
2.2
°C/W
(1)
(2)
For more information about traditional and new thermal metrics, see the Semiconductor and IC Package Thermal Metrics application
report (SPRA953).
No heat sink is assumed for these estimations. Depending on the application, a heat sink, faster air flow, and/or reduced ambient
temperature (< 85°C) may be required to maintain the maximum junction temperature specified in Electrical Characteristics.
6.5 Electrical Characteristics
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
POWER
PDDUAL
Power Dissipation, Dual
Supply Mode
Measured with PRBS-10, Locked
to 11.88 Gbps at IN0+, VOD =
default, only OUT0 enabled
250
mW
PDZ_DUAL
Power Dissipation, Dual
Supply Mode
Power Save Mode, no input signal
16
mW
PDSINGLE
Power Dissipation,
Single Supply Mode
Measured with PRBS-10, Locked
to 11.88 Gbps at IN0+, VOD =
default, only OUT0 enabled
290
mW
PDZ_SINGLE
Power Dissipation,
Single Supply Mode
Power Save Mode, no input signal
27
mW
Measured at 2.5 V supply with
PRBS-10, Locked to 11.88 Gbps
at IN0+, VOD = Default, only
OUT0 enabled
64
Measured at 1.8 V supply with
PRBS-10, Locked to 11.88 Gbps
at IN0+, VOD = Default, only
OUT0 enabled
50
62
Forced Power Save Mode,
MODE_SEL = LEVEL-H,
Measured at 2.5 V supply
4
5
Forced Power Save Mode,
MODE_SEL = LEVEL-H,
Measured at 1.8 V supply
3
9
Measured at 2.5 V supply with
PRBS-10, IN1±, Acquiring Lock
VOD = Default, OUT0 and OUT1
enabled
90
101
Measured at 1.8 V supply with
PRBS-10, IN1±, Acquiring Lock
VOD = Default, OUT0 and OUT1
enabled
30
37
1.8
1.89
IDDDUAL
IDDZ_DUAL
IDDTRANS_DUAL
VDDLDO
6
Current Consumption,
Dual Supply Mode
Current Consumption,
Dual Supply Mode
Current Consumption,
Dual Supply Mode
Acquiring Lock,
HEO/VEO Lock Monitor
Disabled
LDO 1.8 V Output
Voltage
VIN = 2.5 V, Single Supply Mode
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mA
mA
mA
1.71
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
LVCMOS DC SPECIFICATIONS
VIH
High Level Input Voltage
VIL
Low Level Input Voltage
VOH
High Level Output
Voltage
VOL
Low Level Output
Voltage
Input High Leakage
Current
IIH
Input Low Leakage
Current
IIL
2-Level Input (SS_N, SCK, MOSI),
VDDIO = 2.5 V
0.7 × VDDIO
VDDIO + 0.3
2-Level Input (SCL, SDA), VDDIO
= 2.5 V
0.7 × VDDIO
3.6
-0.3
0.3 × VDDIO
0
0.3 × VDDIO
0.8 × VDDIO
VDDIO
0
0.2 × VDDIO
V
2-Level Input (SS_N, SCK, MOSI),
VDDIO = 2.5 V
V
2-Level Input (SCL, SDA), VDDIO
= 2.5 V
IOH = –2 mA, (MISO), VDDIO = 2.5
V
IOL = 2 mA, (MISO), VDDIO = 2.5
V
V
V
IOL = 3 mA, (LOCK_N, SCL, SDA),
VDDIO = 2.5 V
0.4
SPI Mode: LVCMOS (SS_N, SCK,
MOSI), Vinput = VDDIO
15
SMBus Mode: LVCMOS
(LOCK_N, SCL, SDA), Vinput =
VDDIO
10
µA
SPI Mode: LVCMOS (SS_N),
Vinput = VSS
-40
SPI Mode: LVCMOS (SCK,
MOSI), Vinput = VSS
-15
SMBus Mode: LVCMOS
(LOCK_N, SCL, SDA), Vinput =
VSS
-10
µA
4-LEVEL LOGIC DC SPECIFICATIONS (REFERENCE TO VDDIO, APPLY TO ALL 4-LEVEL INPUT CONTROL PINS)
V4_LVL_H
LEVEL-H Input Voltage
Pull-up 1 kΩ to VDDIO
V4_LVL_F
LEVEL-F Default Voltage Float, VDDIO = 2.5 V
V4_LVL_R
LEVEL-R Input Voltage
External Pull-down 20 kΩ to VSS,
VDDIO = 2.5 V
V4_LVL_L
LEVEL-L Input Voltage
External Pull-down 1 kΩ to VSS
I4_LVL_IH
I4_LVL_IL
Input High Leakage
Current
Input Low Leakage
Current
VDDIO
V
2/3 × VDDIO
V
1/3 × VDDIO
V
0
V
4-Levels (IN_OUT_SEL,
OUT_CTRL, VOD_DE,
MODE_SEL), Vinput = VDDIO
20
SMBus Mode: 4-Levels (ADDR0,
ADDR1), Vinput = VDDIO
20
45
80
4-Levels (IN_OUT_SEL,
OUT_CTRL, VOD_DE,
MODE_SEL), Vinput = VSS
-160
-93
-40
SMBus Mode: 4-Levels (ADDR0,
ADDR1), Vinput = VSS
-160
45
80
µA
µA
-93
-40
75
87
RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS (IN0+)
RIN0_TERM
DC Input Termination
RLIN0_S11
Input Return Loss
Reference to 75 Ω (1)
VIN0_CM
IN0 DC Common Mode
Voltage
(1)
IN0+ and IN0- to VSS
63
S11, 5 MHz to 1.485 GHz
–20
S11, 1.485 GHz to 3 GHz
–18
S11, 3 GHz to 6 GHz
–13
S11, 6 GHz to 12 GHz
–6.5
Input common mode voltage at
IN0+ or IN0- to VSS
1.4
Ω
dB
V
This parameter was measured with an LMH1219EVM.
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
VWANDER
Input DC Wander
CONDITIONS
MIN
SD, signal at IN0+, Input launch
amplitude = 0.8 Vp-p
TYP
MAX
UNIT
100
mVp-p
HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, signal at IN0+,
Input launch amplitude = 0.8 Vp-p
50
RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS (IN1±)
RIN1_TERM
DC Input Differential
Termination
RLIN1_SDD11
Input Differential Return
Loss (1)
RLIN1_SCD11
Differential to Common
Mode Conversion (1)
VIN1_CM_TOL
Input AC Common Mode
Voltage Tolerance
VIN1_CM
IN1 DC Common Mode
Voltage
CDON_IN1
CD_N = LOW, Carrier
Detect (Default) Assert
ON Threshold Level for
input voltage
CDOFF_IN1
8
CD_N = HIGH, Carrier
Detect (Default) DeAssert OFF Threshold
Level
Measured across IN1+ to IN1-
80
100
SDD11, 10 MHz - 2.8 GHz
–21
SDD11, 2.8 GHz - 6 GHz
–17
SDD11, 6 GHz - 11.1 GHz
–8
SCD11, 10 MHz to 11.1 GHz
Input common mode voltage at
IN1+ or IN1- to VSS
Ω
dB
–23
dB
15
mV (rms)
2.06
10.3125 Gbps, 1010 Clock Pattern
39
10.3125 Gbps, PRBS-31 Pattern
25
11.88 Gbps, EQ and PLL
Pathological Pattern
20
10.3125 Gbps, 1010 Clock Pattern
15
10.3125 Gbps, PRBS-31 Pattern
15
11.88 Gbps, EQ and PLL
Pathological Pattern
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V
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
TRANSMITTER OUTPUT (OUT0± AND OUT1±)
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-H,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
VOD
VODDE
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-F,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
Output Differential
Voltage (2)
De-emphasized Output
Differential Voltage (2)
410
485
560
mVp-p
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-R,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
635
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-L,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
810
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-H,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
410
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-F,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
500
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-R,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
480
8T pattern, VOD_DE = LEVEL-L,
see Figure 13
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G, and 10
GbE
480
mVp-p
ROUT_TERM
DC Output Differential
Termination
tR/tF
Output Rise/Fall Time
-17
RLTX-SDD22
Output Differential
SDD22, 10 MHz - 2.8 GHz
Return Loss Measured
SDD22, 2.8 GHz - 6 GHz
with the Device Powered
Up and Outputs a 10SDD22, 6 GHz - 11.1 GHz
MHz Clock Signal (3)
-12
RLTX-SCC22
Output Common Mode
SCC22, 10 MHz - 4.75 GHz
Return Loss Measured
with the Device Powered
SCC22, 4.75 GHz - 11.1 GHz
Up and Outputs a 10MHz Clock Signal (3)
VTX_CM
AC Common Mode
Voltage (3)
(2)
(3)
Measured across OUTn+ and
OUTn(3)
20% - 80% using 8T Pattern SD,
HD, 3G, 6G, 12G and 10 GbE,
measured after 1 inch trace
Default Setting, PRBS-31, 10.3125
Gbps
620
80
100
120
Ω
45
ps
-15
dB
-15
dB
–12
5
mV (rms)
ATE production tested with DC method.
This parameter was measured with an LMH1219EVM.
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
0.11
0.15
UI
OUTPUT JITTER
11.88 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 75 m Belden
1694A at IN0+
Random Jitter,
Reclocked Output
RJ
Deterministic Jitter,
Reclocked Output
DJ
TJRAW
10
0.106
UI
2.97 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 200 m
Belden 1694A at IN0+
0.075
UI
0.07
UI
270 Mbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 600 m
Belden 1694A at IN0+
0.07
UI
10.3125 Gbps, PRBS-10, 500
mVp-p and 1000 mVp-p launch
amplitude, 20 inch FR4 board
trace at IN1±
0.09
Total Jitter (BER≤1e-12),
1.485 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
Reclocked Output (4)
amplitude = 720 mV, 300 m
Belden 1694A at IN0+
TJ
(4)
5.94 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 120 m
Belden 1694A at IN0+
0.15
UI
11.88 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 75 m Belden
1694A at IN0+
5.7
mUI (rms)
10.3125 Gbps, PRBS-10, 500
mVp-p and 1000 mVp-p launch
amplitude, 20 inch FR4 board
trace at IN1±
4.1
mUI (rms)
11.88 Gbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 720 mV, 75 m Belden
1694A at IN0+
40
mUI
10.3125 Gbps, PRBS-10, 500
mVp-p and 1000 mVp-p launch
amplitude, 20 inch FR4 board
trace at IN1±
34
mUI
125 Mbps, PRBS-10, TX launch
amplitude = 800 mV, 600 m
Total Jitter (BER≤1e-12), Belden 1694A at IN0+
RAW (Reclocker
1.25 Gbps, PRBS-10, 500 mVp-p
Bypassed)
and 1000 mVp-p launch amplitude,
20 inch FR4 board trace at IN1±
0.17
UI
0.17
These limits are ensured by bench characterization and are not production tested.
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
CLOCK AND DATA RECOVERY
SMPTE 12G, /1
SMPTE 12G, /1.001
SMPTE 6G, /1
SMPTE 6G, /1.001
LOCKRATE
IN0+ Reclocker Lock
Data Rates (5)
SMPTE 3G, /1
SMPTE 3G, /1.001
SMPTE HD, /1
SMPTE HD, /1.001
SMPTE SD, /1
BYPASSRATE
BWPLL
11.88
Gbps
11.868
Gbps
5.94
Gbps
5.934
Gbps
2.97
Gbps
2.967
Gbps
1.485
Gbps
1.4835
Gbps
270
Mbps
10.3125
Gbps
IN1± Reclocker Lock
Data Rate
10 GbE
IN0+ Bypass Reclocker
Data Rate
MADI
125
Mbps
IN1± Bypass Reclocker
Data Rate
1 GbE
1.25
Gbps
PLL Bandwidth
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
10.3125 Gbps
8
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
11.88 Gbps
13
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
5.94 Gbps
7
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
2.97 Gbps
5
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
1.485 Gbps
3
Measured with 0.2 UI SJ at –3 dB,
270 Mbps
1
MHz
JPEAKING
PLL Jitter Peaking
SD, HD, 3G, 6G, 12G (IN0+), and
10 GbE (IN1±)
0.3
dB
JTOL_IN1
IN1 Input Jitter
Tolerance per SFF-8431
Appendix D.11
Total jitter tolerance combination
of Dj, Pj, and Rj at 10 GbE, with
RX stress eye mask Y1, Y2 limits
>0.7
UI
JTOL_IN0
IN0 Input Jitter
Tolerance with SJ
IN0+ EQ bypassed, Sinusoidal
jitter, tested at 3G, 6G and 12G;
SJ amplitude low to high sweep,
tested at BER ≤ 1e-12
0.65
UI
TLOCK
Reclocker Lock Time
All supported data rates, disable
HEO/VEO monitor, IN0 EQ
bypassed
5
ms
TADAPT
EQ Adapt Time
Adaptation Time for EQ at IN0
5
ms
VCO Lock with Temp
Ramp
Lock Temperature Range (5°C per
min, ramp up and down), –40°C to
85°C operating range, at 10.3125
Gbps and 11.88 Gbps
125
°C
TEMPLOCK
TLATENCY
(5)
(6)
Reclocker Latency
(6)
Adapt mode 0, All supported data
rates, disable HEO/VEO monitor,
IN0 EQ bypassed
1.5 UI + 220
Adapt mode 0, All supported data
rates, disable HEO/VEO monitor,
IN1± EQ = default
1.5 UI + 190
ps
IN1± can also be configured to lock to SMPTE data rates via register override control. For more information, refer to the LMH1219
Programming Guide.
This parameter is data rate dependent. For example, at 11.88 Gbps, 1.5 UI = 1.5 x 84.17 ps = 126.25 ps. Therefore, TLatency = (126.25 +
220) ps = 346.25 ps.
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
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PARAMETER
TPD-RAW
FCLKOUT
CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
All supported data rates, IN0 EQ
Propagation Delay, RAW bypassed
(reclocker bypassed)
Raw Data (reclocker bypassed),
IN1± EQ = default
Output Clock Frequency
OUT1 Programmed to
Output Recovered Clock
MAX
UNIT
300
ps
250
Operating at 11.88 Gbps
297
MHz
Operating at 5.94 Gbps
297
MHz
Operating at 2.97 Gbps
2.97
GHz
Operating at 1.485 Gbps
1.485
GHz
270
MHz
Operating at 270 Mbps
6.6 Recommended SMBus Interface AC Timing Specifications
over recommended operating supply and temperature ranges (unless otherwise specified) (1) (2) (3)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
NOM
MAX
UNIT
400
kHz
FSCL
SMBus SCL Frequency
10
TBUF
Bus Free Time Between Stop and
Start Condition
1.3
µs
Hold time after (Repeated) Start
Condition.
After this period, the first clock is
generated.
0.6
µs
THD:STA
TSU:STA
Repeated Start Condition Setup
Time
0.6
µs
TSU:STO
Stop Condition Setup Time
0.6
µs
THD:DAT
Data Hold Time
0
ns
TSU:DAT
Data Setup Time
100
ns
TLOW
Clock Low Period
1.3
µs
THIGH
Clock High Period
0.6
µs
TR
Clock/Data Rise Time
300
ns
TF
Clock/Data Fall Time
300
ns
(1)
(2)
(3)
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These parameters support SMBus 2.0 specifications.
These parameters are not production tested.
See Figure 1 for timing diagrams.
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6.7 Serial Parallel Interface (SPI) AC Timing Specifications
over recommended operating supply and temperature ranges (unless otherwise specified)
PARAMETER
FSCK
SPI SCK Frequency
TSCK
SCK Period
TPH
TEST CONDITIONS
(1)
MIN
NOM
MAX
UNIT
10
20
MHz
50
ns
SCK Pulse Width High
0.40 x TSCK
ns
TPL
SCK Pulse Width Low
0.40 x TSCK
ns
TSU
MOSI Setup Time
4
ns
TH
MOSI Hold Time
4
ns
TSSSU
SS_N Setup Time
14
ns
TSSH
SS_N Hold Time
4
ns
TSSOF
SS_N Off Time
1
µs
TODZ
MISO Driven-to-Tristate Time
20
ns
TOZD
MISO Tristate-to-Driven Time
10
ns
TOD
MISO Output Delay Time
15
ns
(1)
See Figure 2 for timing diagrams.
ttLOWt
tR
tHIGH
SCL
ttHD:STAt
tHD:DAT
tSU:STA
tF
ttBUFt
tSU:STO
tSU:DAT
SDA
SP
ST
ST
SP
Figure 1. SMBus Timing Parameters
tSSOF
SS_N
(host)
tSSSU
tPH
tSSOF
tPL
tSSH
SCK
(host)
tSU
MOSI
(host)
tH
³8X1´
³17X1´
1 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
tOD
tOZD
MISO
(device)
'RQ¶W &DUH
tODZ
1 A7' A6' A5' A4' A3' A2' A1' A0' D7' D6' D5' D4' D3' D2' D1' D0'
Figure 2. SPI Timing Parameters
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6.8 Typical Characteristics
TA = 25°C and VIN = VDDIO = VDD_CDR = 2.5 V (unless otherwise noted)
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Figure 3. 10.3125 Gbps, IN1: 20 in. FR4 Trace
Figure 4. 11.88 Gbps, IN0: 75 m Belden 1694A
Figure 5. 5.94 Gbps, IN0: 120 m Belden 1694A
Figure 6. 2.97 Gbps, IN0: 200 m Belden 1694A
Figure 7. 1.485 Gbps, IN0: 280 m Belden 1694A
Figure 8. 270 Mbps, IN0: 600 m Belden 1694A
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Typical Characteristics (continued)
TA = 25°C and VIN = VDDIO = VDD_CDR = 2.5 V (unless otherwise noted)
0
1.0
DE = 1
DE = 0
0.9
De-Emphasis (dB)
0.8
VOD (Vpp)
DE = 2
±2
0.7
0.6
0.5
DE = 3
±4
DE = 4
DE = 5
±6
DE = 6
±8
DE = 7
±10
0.4
±12
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VOD Register Settings
0
Figure 9. VOD vs. VOD and DEM Register Settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VOD Register Settings
C001
C002
Figure 10. De-Emphasis vs. VOD and DEM Register Settings
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7 Detailed Description
7.1 Overview
The LMH1219 is a SMPTE compatible, low-power UHD adaptive cable equalizer with integrated reclocker. The
LMH1219 has two inputs: a 75-Ω cable equalizer and a 100-Ω PCB (printed circuit board) equalizer. The 75-Ω
cable equalizer input features an internal 75-Ω termination and compensation network for meeting stringent
SMPTE return loss requirements. The 100-Ω PCB equalizer input supports high speed signals across differential
PCB traces that connect to an external SFF-8431 optical module or on-board FPGA. An internal 2:1 input mux
allows users to select between the 75-Ω cable equalizer and the 100-Ω PCB equalizer. The selected input then
passes through a multi-rate reclocker with a built-in loop-filter. The multi-rate reclocker is compatible with SMPTE
data rates (11.88, 5.94, 2.97, 1.485 Gbps, 270 Mbps) and their divide-by-1.001 sub-rates. It is also compatible
with the 10 GbE data rate (10.3125 Gbps). After the reclocker, an internal 1:2 fan-out mux allows users to select
the data or clock content for each output. At both outputs, the LMH1219 has 100-Ω drivers with de-emphasis.
The de-emphasis feature of the drivers is designed to compensate for insertion loss caused by output PCB
traces.
The operating mode of the LMH1219 can be set by 4-level control pins, SPI, or SMBus serial control interface.
The LMH1219 can be powered from a single 2.5 V supply or dual 2.5 V/1.8 V supplies for lower power
consumption. The LMH1219 is offered in a small 4 mm x 4 mm 24-lead QFN package.
7.2 Functional Block Diagram
EQ Bypass
LOS0
Adaptive
Cable EQ
100-Ÿ
Driver
MISO_ADDR1
SS_N_ADDR0
LOCK_N
VOD_DE
2
OUT1±
DR_CTRL
OUT_CTRL
CDR_CTRL
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OUT_CTRL
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Power
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IN_CTRL
OUT_MUX
SCK_SCL
IN_MUX
VIN
VDD_LDO
16
100-Ÿ
Driver
PCB EQ
LOS0-1
LDO
VOD SEL
DE SEL
Clock
IN_OUT_SEL
Diff 100 Ÿ
Term
EQ_CTRL
100 Ÿ 10GbE Port
IN1±
± SFF-8431
2
OUT0±
MOSI_SDA
LOS1
2
Data
Reclocker with
Integrated
LoopFilter,
EyeMon
EQ Sel
MODE_SEL
SE 75 Ÿ
Term
VDDIO
2
75 Ÿ %1& 3RUW IN0±
VOD SEL
DE SEL
CDR Bypass
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7.3 Feature Description
The LMH1219 consists of several key blocks:
• 4-Level Input Configuration Pins
• Input Carrier Detect
• -6 dB Splitter Mode Launch Amplitude for IN0
• Continuous Time Linear Equalizer (CTLE)
• Input-Output Mux Selection
• Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) Reclocker
• Internal Eye Opening Monitor (EOM)
• Output Function Control
• Output Driver Amplitude and De-Emphasis Control
• Status Indicators and Interrupts
7.3.1 4-Level Input Configuration Pins
The 4-level input configuration pins use a resistor divider to provide four logic states for each control pin. There is
an internal 30-kΩ pull-up and a 60-kΩ pull-down connected to the control pin that sets the default voltage at 2/3 x
VDDIO. These resistors, together with the external resistor, combine to achieve the desired voltage level. By
using the 1-kΩ pull-down, 20-kΩ pull-down, no connect, and 1-kΩ pull-up, the optimal voltage levels for each of
the four input states are achieved as shown in Table 1.
Table 1. 4-Level Control Pin Settings
LEVEL
SETTING
H
Tie 1 kΩ to VDDIO
RESULTING PIN VOLTAGE
VDDIO
F
Float (leave pin open)
2/3 × VDDIO
R
Tie 20 kΩ to VSS
1/3 × VDDIO
L
Tie 1 kΩ to VSS
0
Typical 4-Level Input Thresholds:
• Internal Threshold between L and R = 0.2 × VDDIO
• Internal Threshold between R and F = 0.5 × VDDIO
• Internal Threshold between F and H = 0.8 × VDDIO
7.3.2 Input Carrier Detect
Both inputs of the LMH1219 have a Carrier Detect circuit to monitor the presence or absence of the input signal.
When the input signal amplitude for the selected input (determined by IN_OUT_SEL pin) surpasses the Carrier
Detect assert threshold, the LMH1219 operates in normal mode.
In the absence of an input signal, the LMH1219 automatically goes into Power Save Mode to conserve power
consumption. When a valid signal is detected, the LMH1219 automatically exits Power Save Mode and returns to
the normal operating mode.
7.3.3 -6 dB Splitter Mode Launch Amplitude for IN0
The LMH1219 is designed to equalize data transmitted through a coaxial cable driven by a SMPTE compatible
cable driver with launch amplitude of 800 mVp-p ± 10%. In applications where a 1:2 passive splitter is used, the
signal amplitude is reduced by half due to the 6 dB insertion loss of the splitter. The LMH1219 is designed to
support -6 dB splitter mode for IN0, enabled by SPI or SMBus serial interface. For more information, refer to the
LMH1219 Register Map and the Programming Guide.
7.3.4 Continuous Time Linear Equalizer (CTLE)
The LMH1219 has two Continuous Time Linear Equalizer (CTLE) blocks, one for each input. The CTLE
compensates for frequency-dependent loss due to the transmission media prior to the device input. The CTLE
accomplishes this by applying variable gain to the input signal, thereby boosting higher frequencies more than
lower frequencies.
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Only one CTLE is enabled at a time, in accordance with the input channel selected by the input mux. If IN0 is
selected, the IN0 cable CTLE is powered on and the IN1 PCB CTLE is powered off. Alternatively, the two CTLEs
can be bypassed either by using the OUT_CTRL pin or via register control.
7.3.4.1 Adaptive Cable Equalizer (IN0+)
If IN0 is selected, adaptive cable equalization is enabled by default. IN0 has an on-chip 75-Ω termination to the
input common mode voltage and includes a series return loss compensation network for meeting stringent
SMPTE return loss requirements. It is designed for AC coupling, requiring a 4.7-μF AC coupling capacitor for
minimizing base-line wander due to the rare-occurring pathological bit pattern. The cable equalizer is designed
with high gain and low noise circuitry to compensate for the insertion loss of a coaxial cable, such as Belden
1694A, which is widely used in broadcast video infrastructures.
Internal control loops are used to monitor the input signal quality and automatically select the optimum
equalization boost and DC offset compensation. The LMH1219 is designed to handle the stringent pathological
pattern defined in the SMPTE RP 198 and SMPTE RP 178 standards.
7.3.4.2 Adaptive PCB Trace Equalizer (IN1±)
The IN1 PCB equalizer has an on-chip 100-Ω termination and is designed for AC coupling, requiring a 4.7-μF AC
coupling capacitor for minimizing base-line wander due to the rare-occurring pathological bit pattern. The PCB
equalizer can compensate up to 20 inches of board trace at data rates up to 11.88 Gbps. There are two adapt
modes for IN1: AM0 manual mode and AM1 adaptive mode. In AM0 manual mode, fixed EQ boost settings are
applied through user-programmable register control, whereas in AM1 adaptive mode, state machines
automatically find the optimal equalization setting from a set of 16 pre-determined settings defined in Registers
0x40-0x4F.
If IN1 is selected, AM1 adaptive mode is enabled at the 10 GbE data rate by default. The PCB equalizer is able
to adapt at 10.3125 Gbps (10 GbE) and 2.97 Gbps, 5.94 Gbps, and 11.88 Gbps (SMPTE) data rates. At 1.485
Gbps and 270 Mbps data rates, the equalization is fixed at 0x00 (minimum EQ boost). This fixed EQ value can
be changed via register control. For more details, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and Programming Guide.
7.3.5 Input-Output Mux Selection
By default, the LMH1219 input-to-output signal flow and data rate selection are configured by the IN_OUT_SEL
pin logic settings shown in Table 2. These settings can be overridden via register control by applying the
appropriate override bit values. For more information, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and Programming
Guide.
Table 2. IN_OUT_SEL Pin Settings
LEVEL
DEFINITION
H
SMPTE Data Rates: IN0 to OUT0 and OUT1
F
SMPTE Data Rates: IN0 to OUT0 (OUT1 disabled)
R
10 GbE Data Rate: IN1 to OUT1 (OUT0 disabled)
L
10 GbE Data Rate: IN1 to OUT0 and OUT1
7.3.6 Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) Reclocker
After the input signal passes through the CTLE, the equalized data is fed into the clock and data recovery (CDR)
block. Using an internal PLL, the CDR locks to the incoming equalized data and recovers a clean internal clock
to re-sample the equalized data. The LMH1219 CDR is able to tolerate high input jitter, tracking low frequency
input jitter below the PLL bandwidth while reducing high frequency input jitter above the PLL bandwidth.
The supported data rates are listed in Table 3. By default, IN0 locks to SMPTE data rates and IN1 locks to the 10
GbE data rate, according to the IN_OUT_SEL pin logic shown previously in Table 2. IN1 can be programmed to
lock to SMPTE data rates via register control by applying the appropriate override bit values. For more
information, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and Programming Guide.
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Table 3. Supported Data Rates
INPUT
IN0+
IN1±
(1)
DATA RATE
RECLOCKER MODE
11.88 Gbps, 5.94 Gbps, 2.97 Gbps, 1.485 Gbps,
270 Mbps (1)
Reclocker Enabled
125 Mbps
Reclocker Disabled (CDR Bypassed)
10.3125 Gbps
Reclocker Enabled
1.25 Gbps
Reclocker Disabled (CDR Bypassed)
Divide-by-1.001 lock rates available only for 11.88 Gbps, 5.94 Gbps, 2.97 Gbps, and 1.485 Gbps.
NOTE
If the selected data rate (SMPTE or 10 GbE) is changed while the device is operating with
active data, a CDR reset and release is required for the CDR to re-acquire lock. If the
input data signal is toggled off and on after the selected data rate is changed, the Carrier
Detect circuit will reset the CDR. In this case, no register write is needed for the CDR to
re-acquire lock.
7.3.7 Internal Eye Opening Monitor (EOM)
The LMH1219 has an on-chip eye opening monitor (EOM) that can be used to analyze, monitor, and diagnose
the post-equalized waveform, just prior to the CDR reclocker. The EOM is operational for 2.97 Gbps and higher
data rates.
The EOM monitors the post-equalized waveform in a time window that spans one unit interval and a configurable
voltage range that spans up to ±400 mV differential. The time window and voltage range are divided into 64
steps, so the result of the eye capture is a 64 × 64 matrix of hits, where each point represents a specific voltage
and phase offset relative to the main data sampler. The number of hits registered at each point needs to be
taken in context with the total number of bits observed at that voltage and phase offset in order to determine the
corresponding probability for that point. The number of bits observed at each point is configurable.
The resulting 64 × 64 matrix produced by the EOM can be processed by software and visualized in a number of
ways. Two common ways to visualize this data are shown in Figure 11 and Figure 12. These diagrams depict
examples of eye monitor plots implemented by software. The first plot is an example using the EOM data to plot
a basic eye using ASCII characters, which can be useful for simple diagnostic software. The second plot shows
the first derivative of the EOM data, revealing the density of hits and the actual waveforms and crossings that
comprise the eye.
Figure 11. Internal Input Eye Monitor Plot
Figure 12. Internal Eye Monitor Hit Density Plot
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A common measurement performed by the EOM is the horizontal and vertical eye opening. The horizontal eye
opening (HEO) represents the width of the post-equalized eye at 0-V differential amplitude, measured in unit
intervals or picoseconds (ps). The vertical eye opening (VEO) represents the height of the post-equalized eye,
measured midway between the mean zero crossing of the eye. This position in time approximates the CDR
sampling phase.
7.3.8 Output Function Control
By default, the LMH1219 output function control for OUT0 and OUT1 is configured by the OUT_CTRL pin logic
settings shown in Table 4. These settings can be overridden via register control by applying the appropriate
override bit values. For more information, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and Programming Guide.
Table 4. OUT_CTRL Pin Settings
LEVEL
(1)
DEFINITION
H
OUT0 and OUT1: Raw Data, Both EQ and Reclocker Bypassed
F
OUT0 and OUT1: Recovered Data, Both EQ and Reclocker Enabled
R
OUT0: Recovered Data, EQ and Reclocker Enabled
OUT1: Full-Rate Recovered Clock if Data Rate ≤ 3 Gbps. 297 MHz Recovered
Clock if Data Rate > 3 Gbps (1)
L
OUT0 and OUT1: Equalized Data, EQ Enabled, Reclocker Bypassed
This setting is only valid for SMPTE data rates. It is not supported for the 10 GbE data rate.
7.3.9 Output Driver Amplitude and De-Emphasis Control
The VOD_DE control pin selects the output amplitude and de-emphasis settings for both OUT0 and OUT1. It
offers users the capability to select higher output amplitude and de-emphasis levels for longer board trace that
connects the drivers to their downstream receivers. Driver de-emphasis provides transmitter equalization to
reduce the ISI caused by the board trace.
By default, the output driver VOD and de-emphasis settings are configured by the VOD_DE pin logic settings
shown in Table 5. These settings can be overridden via register control by applying the appropriate override bit
values. When these parameters are controlled by registers, the VOD and de-emphasis levels for each channel
can be programmed independently. For more information, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and the
Programming Guide.
Table 5. Recommended VOD_DE Pin and Register Settings for Different FR4 Trace Lengths (1)
VOD_DE
LEVEL
VOD REG SETTING
OUT0±: 0x30[5]=1, 0x30[2:0]
OUT1±: 0x32[5]=1, 0x32[2:0]
DEM REG SETTING
OUT0±: 0x31[6]=1, 0x31[2:0]
OUT1±: 0x33[6]=1, 0x33[2:0]
VOD
(mVpp) (2)
VODDE
(mVpp) (2)
H
0
0
410
F
2
2
560
R
3
3
L
5
5
(1)
(2)
DEM (dB)
FR4 TRACE
LENGTH
(inches)
410
0
0–1
500
-0.9
2–4
635
480
-2.4
5–6
810
480
-6.1
7–8
The output drivers are capable of providing higher VOD and DEM levels (max settings are 7). For more VOD and de-emphasis levels,
refer to Table 10.
See Figure 13.
VOD
VODDE
Figure 13. VOD and VODDE Levels
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7.3.10 Status Indicators and Interrupts
7.3.10.1 LOCK_N (Lock Indicator)
The LOCK_N pin is a 3.3 V tolerant, active-low open drain output. An external resistor to the logic supply is
required. By default, LOCK_N is the reclocker lock indicator, and this pin asserts low when the LMH1219
achieves lock to a valid SMPTE or 10 GbE data rate. The LOCK_N pin functionality can also be configured via
register control to indicate CD_N (Carrier Detect) or INT_N (Interrupt) events. For more information about how to
reconfigure the LOCK_N pin functionality, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and the Programming Guide.
7.3.10.2 CD_N (Carrier Detect)
The LOCK_N pin can be reconfigured via register control to indicate a CD_N (Carrier Detect) event. When
configured as a CD_N output, the pin asserts low at the end of adaptation after a valid signal is detected by the
Carrier Detect circuit of the selected input. Under register control, this pin can be reconfigured to indicate CD_N
for IN0 or IN1. For more information about how to configure the LOCK_N pin for CD_N functionality, refer to the
LMH1219 Register Map and the Programming Guide.
7.3.10.3 INT_N (Interrupt)
The LOCK_N pin can be configured to indicate an INT_N (Interrupt) event. When configured as an INT_N output,
the pin asserts low when an interrupt occurs, according to the programmed interrupt masks. Seven separate
masks can be programmed via register control as interrupt sources:
• If there is a Loss of Signal (LOS) event on IN0, irrespective of the input channel selected (2 separate masks).
• If there is a Loss of Signal (LOS) event on IN1, irrespective of the input channel selected (2 separate masks).
• If HEO or VEO falls below a certain threshold after CDR is locked (1 mask).
• If a CDR Lock event has occurred (2 separate masks).
INT_N is a sticky bit, meaning that it will flag after an interrupt occurs and will not clear until read back. Once the
Interrupt Status Register is read, the INT_N pin will assert high again. For more information about how to
configure the LOCK_N pin for INT_N functionality, refer to the LMH1219 Register Map and the Programming
Guide.
7.3.11 Additional Programmability
The LMH1219 supports extended programmability through the use of an SPI or SMBus serial control interface.
Such added programmability includes:
• Cable Length Indicator (CLI)
• Digital MUTEREF
7.3.11.1 Cable Length Indicator (CLI)
The Cable Length Indicator (CLI) indicates the length of the coax cable attached to IN0+. CLI is accessible
through CableEQ/Driver Page Reg 0x25[5:0]. The 6-bit setting ranges in decimal value from 0 to 55 (000000'b to
110111'b in binary), corresponding to approximately 0 to 600 m of Belden 1694A cable.
7.3.11.2 Digital MUTEREF
Digital MUTEREF CableEQ/Driver Page Reg 0x03[5:0] sets the threshold for the maximum cable length at IN0+ to
be equalized before muting the outputs. The MUTEREF register value is directly proportional to the cable length
being equalized. MUTEREF is data rate dependent. Follow the steps below to set the MUTEREF register setting for
any desired SDI rate:
1. Connect the desired input cable length at which the driver output needs to be muted.
2. Send video patterns to IN0+ at the SD rate (270 Mbps). At SD, the Cable Length Indicator (CLI) has the
largest dynamic range.
3. Read back Cable EQ/Driver Page Reg 0x25[5:0] to record the CLI value.
4. Copy the CLI value, and write this value to Digital MUTEREF Cable EQ/Driver Page Reg 0x03[5:0].
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7.4 Device Functional Modes
The LMH1219 operates in one of two modes: System Management Bus (SMBus) or Serial Peripheral Interface
(SPI) mode. In order to determine the mode of operation, the proper setting must be applied to the MODE_SEL
pin at power-up, as detailed in Table 6.
Table 6. MODE_SEL Pin Settings
LEVEL
DEFINITION
H
Forced Power Save Mode, only SPI is enabled (all other circuitry powered down)
F
Select SPI Interface for register access
R
Reserved for factory testing – do not use
L
Select SMBus Interface for register access
NOTE
Changing logic states between LEVEL-L and LEVEL-H after power up is not allowed.
7.4.1 System Management Bus (SMBus) Mode
If MODE_SEL = L, the LMH1219 is in SMBus mode. In SMBus mode, Pins 10 and 21 are configured as SDA
and SCL. Pins 7 and 20 act as 4-level address straps for ADDR0 and ADDR1 at power up to determine the 7-bit
slave address of the LMH1219, as shown in Table 7.
Table 7. SMBus Device Slave Addresses (1)
ADDR0
(LEVEL)
(1)
22
ADDR1
(LEVEL)
7-BIT SLAVE
ADDRESS [HEX]
8-BIT WRITE
COMMAND [HEX]
L
L
1D
3A
L
R
1E
3C
L
F
1F
3E
L
H
20
40
R
L
21
42
R
R
22
44
R
F
23
46
R
H
24
48
F
L
25
4A
F
R
26
4C
F
F
27
4E
F
H
28
50
H
L
29
52
H
R
2A
54
H
F
2B
56
H
H
2C
58
The 8-bit write command consists of the 7-bit slave address (Bits 7:1) with 0 appended to the LSB to
indicate an SMBus write. For example, if the 7-bit slave address is 0x1D (001 1101'b), the 8-bit write
command is 0x3A (0011 1010'b).
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7.4.1.1 SMBus Read and Write Transactions
SMBus is a two-wire serial interface through which various system component chips can communicate with the
master. Slave devices are identified by having a unique device address. The two-wire serial interface consists of
SCL and SDA signals. SCL is a clock output from the master to all of the slave devices on the bus. SDA is a
bidirectional data signal between the master and slave devices. The LMH1219 SMBus SCL and SDA signals are
open drain and require external pull-up resistors.
Start and Stop:
The master generates start and stop patterns at the beginning and end of each transaction.
• Start: High to low transition (falling edge) of SDA while SCL is high.
• Stop: Low to high transition (rising edge) of SDA while SCL is high.
SDA
SCL
S
P
Start
Condition
Stop
Condition
Figure 14. Start and Stop Conditions
The master generates nine clock pulses for each byte transfer. The 9th clock pulse constitutes the ACK cycle.
The transmitter releases SDA to allow the receiver to send the ACK signal. An ACK is recorded when the device
pulls SDA low, while a NACK is recorded if the line remains high.
ACK Signal
from Receiver
SDA
MSB
SCL
1
2
3-6
7
8
S
9
1
2
3-8
ACK
9
ACK
Start
Condition
P
Stop
Condition
Byte Complete
Interrupt Within
Receiver
Clock Line Held Low
by Receiver While
Interrupt Serviced
Figure 15. Acknowledge (ACK)
7.4.1.1.1 SMBus Write Operation Format
Word Address
Data
Stop
Device
Address
Write
Start
Writing data to a slave device consists of three parts, as illustrated in Figure 16:
1. The master begins with a start condition, followed by the slave device address with the R/W bit set to 0'b.
2. After an ACK from the slave device, the 8-bit register word address is written.
3. After an ACK from the slave device, the 8-bit data is written, followed by a stop condition.
LSB
ACK
LSB
R/W
ACK
MSB
MSB
SDA
Line
Figure 16. SMBus Write Operation
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7.4.1.1.2 SMBus Read Operation Format
Device
Address
Stop
Word Address (n)
Read
Start
Device
Address
Write
Start
Reading data from a slave device consists of four parts, as illustrated in Figure 17:
1. The master begins with a start condition, followed by the slave device address with the R/W bit set to 0'b.
2. After an ACK from the slave device, the 8-bit register word address is written.
3. After an ACK from the slave device, the master initiates a re-start condition, followed by the slave address
with the R/W bit set to 1'b.
4. After an ACK from the slave device, the 8-bit data is read back. The last ACK is high if there are no more
bytes to read, and the last read is followed by a stop condition.
Data (n)
No ACK
LSB
ACK
MSB
LSB
ACK
MSB
LSB
R/W
ACK
MSB
SDA
Line
Set word address in the device
that will be read following restart
and repeat of device address
Figure 17. SMBus Read Operation
7.4.2 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Mode
If MODE_SEL = F or H, the LMH1219 is in SPI mode. In SPI mode, the following pins are used for SPI bus
communication:
• MOSI (pin 10): Master Output Slave Input
• MISO (pin 20): Master Input Slave Output
• SS_N (pin 7): Slave Select (active low)
• SCK (pin 21): Serial clock (input to the LMH1219 slave device)
7.4.2.1 SPI Read and Write Transactions
Each SPI transaction to a single device is 17 bits long and is framed by SS_N when asserted low. The MOSI
input is ignored, and the MISO output is floated whenever SS_N is de-asserted (high).
The bits are shifted in left-to-right. The first bit is R/W, which is 1'b for "read" and 0'b for "write." Bits A7-A0 are
the 8-bit register address, and bits D7-D0 are the 8-bit read or write data. The previous SPI command, address,
and data are shifted out on MISO as the current command, address, and data are shifted in on MOSI. In all SPI
transactions, the MISO output signal is enabled asynchronously when SS_N asserts low. The contents of a
single MOSI or MISO transaction frame are shown in Table 8.
Table 8. 17-Bit Single SPI Transaction Frame
R/W
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
7.4.2.1.1 SPI Write Transaction Format
For SPI writes, the R/W bit is 0'b. SPI write transactions are 17 bits per device, and the command is executed on
the rising edge of SS_N. The SPI transaction always starts on the rising edge of the clock.
The signal timing for a SPI Write transaction is shown in Figure 18. The "prime" values on MISO (for example,
A7') reflect the contents of the shift register from the previous SPI transaction and are don’t-care for the current
transaction.
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tSSOF
tSSH
SS_N
tSSSU
tPL
tPH
SCK
tH
tSU
MOSI
A7
0
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
HiZ
D0
tODZ
HiZ
MISO
R/W
A7'
A6'
A5'
A4'
A3'
A2'
A1'
A0'
D7'
D6'
D5'
D4'
D3'
D2'
D1'
D0'
Figure 18. Signal Timing for a SPI Write Transaction
7.4.2.1.2 SPI Read Transaction Format
A SPI read transaction is 34 bits per device and consists of two 17-bit frames. The first 17-bit read transaction
frame shifts in the address to be read, followed by a dummy transaction second frame to shift out 17-bit read
data. The R/W bit is 1'b for the read transaction, as shown in Figure 19.
The first 17 bits from the read transaction specifies 1-bit of R/W and 8-bits of address A7-A0 in the first 8 bits.
The eight 1’s following the address are ignored. The second dummy transaction acts like a read operation on
address 0xFF and needs to be ignored. However, the transaction is necessary in order to shift out the read data
D7-D0 in the last 8 bits of the MISO output. As with the SPI Write, the “prime” values on MISO during the first 16
clocks are don’t-care for this portion of the transaction. The values shifted out on MISO during the last 17 clocks
reflect the read address and 8-bit read data for the current transaction.
tSSOF
SS_N
(host)
tSSSU
tPH
tSSOF
tPL
tSSH
SCK
(host)
tSU
MOSI
(host)
tH
³8X1´
³17X1´
1 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
tOD
tOZD
MISO
(device)
'RQ¶W &DUH
tODZ
1 A7' A6' A5' A4' A3' A2' A1' A0' D7' D6' D5' D4' D3' D2' D1' D0'
Figure 19. Signal Timing for a SPI Read Transaction
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7.4.2.2 SPI Daisy Chain
The LMH1219 supports SPI daisy-chaining among multiple devices, as shown in Figure 20.
MISO
Device 2
Device 3
Device N
LMH1219
LMH1219
LMH1219
LMH1219
...
MOSI
MISO
SS_N
MISO
SCK
MOSI
SS_N
MISO
SCK
MOSI
SS_N
MISO
SCK
MOSI
SCK
MOSI
Device 1
SS_N
Host
SCK
SS
Figure 20. Daisy-Chain Configuration
Each LMH1219 device is directly connected to the SCK and SS_N pins of the host. The first LMH1219 device in
the chain is connected to the host’s MOSI pin, and the last device in the chain is connected to the host’s MISO
pin. The MOSI pin of each intermediate LMH1219 device in the chain is connected to the MISO pin of the
previous LMH1219 device, thereby creating a serial shift register. In a daisy-chain configuration of N x LMH1219
devices, the host conceptually sees a shift register of length 17 x N for a basic SPI transaction, during which
SS_N is asserted low for 17 x N clock cycles.
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7.5 LMH1219 Register Map
The LMH1219 register map is divided into three register pages. These register pages are used to control
different aspects of the LMH1219 functionality. A brief summary of the pages is shown below:
1. Share Register Page: This page corresponds to global parameters, such as LMH1219 device ID and
LOCK_N status configuration. This is the default page at start-up.
2. CTLE/CDR Register Page: This page corresponds to IN1 PCB CTLE, input and output mux settings, CDR
settings, and output interrupt overrides. Access this page by setting Reg 0xFF[2:0] = 100’b.
3. CableEQ/Drivers Register Page: This page corresponds to IN0 Cable EQ and both OUT0 and OUT1 driver
output settings. Access this page by setting Reg 0xFF[2:0] = 101’b.
For typical device configurations and proper register reset sequencing, reference the appropriate sections of the
LMH1219 Programming Guide.
Please note the following about the LMH1219 default register values in the register map:
• Default register values were read after power-up with no active inputs applied to IN0 or IN1.
• Default register values for Reserved "Read-Only" bits may vary dynamically from part to part.
7.5.1 Share Register Page
Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
0x00
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
Default Type
0x00
0x01
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x02
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x03
Reserved
7:0
0x04
Reserved
7:0
0x05
Reserved
0x06
0x07
Description
R
Reserved
0x40
R
Reserved
0x02
RW
Reserved
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
Reserved
0x01
RW
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x08
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x11
RW
Reserved
0x09
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
7:5
Reserved
R
Reserved
4
reset_done
R
0 = Internal state machine register initialization not done.
1 = Internal state machine register initialization done.
3:1
Reserved
0
reset_init
0xE2
Reset
Share/Channel
Regs
0x10
RW
Reserved
RW
1 = Initialize internal state machine register settings. Refer to
the LMH1219 Programming Guide for details.
0xF0
Device Revision
7:0
Version
0x02
R
Device Revision
0xF1
Device ID
7:0
Device_ID
0x80
R
For LMH1219, Device ID = 0x80
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
7:6
Register
Communication
Control
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lock_output_ctrl
5:4
los_int_bus_sel
Description
RW
Controls the output on LOCK pin if Reg 0xFF[5:4] = 01'b
00 = Lock status from Reclocker
01 = CableEQ/Driver Reg 0x00[7] status output
10 = Logical OR of LOCK status from Reclocker and
CableEQ/Driver Reg 0x00[7] status
11 = Logical AND of LOCK status from Reclocker and
CableEQ/Driver Reg 0x00[7] status
RW
Controls the output on LOCK_N pin
00 = Default behavior (LOCK_N outputs lock status from
reclocker)
01 = LOCK_N pin output status determined by Reg 0xFF[7:6]
10 = LOS of selected input (IN0 or IN1)
11 = Interrupts are output on LOCK_N pin, as determined by
CTLE/CDR Page Reg 0x56[6:0]
0x00
3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
2
page_select_enable
RW
0 = The shared registers are enabled.
1 = Enables communication access to the Register Page
specified in Reg 0xFF[1:0].
1:0
page_select
RW
Enable communication access to a specific Register Page
00 = CTLE/CDR Register Page
01 = CableEQ/Drivers Register Page
Other values are invalid.
7.5.2 CTLE/CDR Register Page
Address
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
Reset CTLE/CDR
Registers
LOS Status
CDR_Status
IN1 Manual EQ
Boost
Bit
Field
Default Type
7:3
Reserved
2
rst_CTLE/CDR_regs
1:0
7:2
1
LOS1
0
Reserved
7:0
CDR_Status
7:6
eq_BST0
5:4
eq_BST1
3:2
eq_BST2
1:0
eq_BST3
Description
RW
Reserved
RW
Reset registers (self-clearing)
0 = Normal Operation
1 = Reset CTLE/CDR Registers. Register re-initialization
procedure required after resetting the CTLE/CDR Registers.
Reserved
RW
Reserved
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x00
0x03
0x41
R
0 = Signal Present on IN1
1 = Loss of Signal on IN1
R
Reserved
R
CDR status indicator. See "Lock Data Rate Indication"
subsection in the LMH1219 Programming Guide for more
information.
RW
RW
0x80
RW
RW
Used for setting manual EQ value for IN1 when Reg 0x2D[3]
= 1. EQ boost value can be read back on CTLE/CDR Page
Reg 0x52.
[7:6]: 2-bit control for Stage 0 of the CTLE.
[5:4]: 2-bit control for Stage 1 of the CTLE.
[3:2]: 2-bit control for Stage 2 of the CTLE.
[1:0]: 2-bit control for Stage 3 of the CTLE.
0x04
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x05
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x06
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x07
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x08
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
7:6
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Output Mux Override Control
0 = Reg 0x1C[3:2] determines the output selection for both
OUT0 and OUT1
1 = Enable individual output mux control based on values
from Reg 0x1C[7:5] and Reg 0x1E[7:5]
0x09
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Register Name
Output Mux
Override Control
5
reg_out_control_ov
4:3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
2:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x00
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0x0B
0x0C
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Register Name
CDR Reset
Control
Reserved
CDR Output
Status Control
Bit
Field
7:4
Reserved
Default Type
3
reg_cdr_reset_ov
Reserved
RW
0 = Disables CDR Reset (Normal Operating Mode)
1 = Enables Reg 0x0A[2] to control CDR Reset
RW
0 = No CDR Reset if Reg 0x0A[3] = 1
1 = CDR Reset if Reg 0x0A[3] = 1
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Value determines what CDR status outputs are displayed in
CTLE/CDR Page Reg 0x02. See "Lock Data Rate Indication"
subsection in the LMH1219 Programming Guide for more
information.
RW
Reserved
0x50
2
reg_cdr_reset
1:0
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x1F
7:4
reg_sh_status_control
3:0
Reserved
0x08
Description
RW
0x0D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x0E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x93
RW
Reserved
0x0F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x69
RW
Reserved
0x10
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x27
RW
Reserved
RW
Sets the expected incoming eye diagram vertical eye
opening interval if Reg 0x2C[6] = 0
00 = 3.125 mV (3.125 mV x 64 = 200 mV; ±100 mV range)
01 = 6.25 mV (6.25 mV x 64 = 400 mV; ±200 mV range)
10 = 9.375 mV (9.375 mV x 64 = 600 mV; ±300 mV range)
11 = 12.5 mV (12.5 mV x 64 = 800 mV; ±400 mV range)
RW
0 = EOM is always powered up
1 = Power down EOM when not in use
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7:6
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x14
0x15
eom_sel_vrange
EOM Voltage
Range Control
Reserved
0xE0
5
eom_PD
4:0
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7:4
Reserved
RW
Reserved
3
eq_PD_EQ
RW
IN1 CTLE Power-Down Control
0 = Powers up EQ of IN1
1 = Powers down EQ of IN1
Note: The un-selected channel is always powered-down.
2
Reserved
RW
Reserved
1
eq_en_bypass
RW
0 = Enable Gain Stages 2 and 3 of IN1 CTLE
1 = Bypass Gain Stages 2 and 3 of IN1 CTLE
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0xA0
IN1 CTLE Control
Reserved
IN1 Carrier
Detect Control
and Threshold
Setting
0x90
0
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7
Reserved
RW
Reserved
6
cd_1_PD
RW
IN1 Carrier Detect Power Down Control
0 = Power Up IN1 Carrier Detect
1 = Power Down IN1 Carrier Detect
5:4
cd_1_refa_sel
3:2
cd_1_refd_sel
0x00
0x00
RW
RW
Controls IN1 Carrier Detect Assert and De-Assert Thresholds
0000 = Default levels (nominal)
0101 = Nominal - 2 mV
1010 = Nominal + 5 mV
1111 = Nominal + 3 mV
1:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x16
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x25
RW
Reserved
0x17
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x25
RW
Reserved
0x18
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x40
RW
Reserved
0x19
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x1A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xA0
RW
Reserved
0x1B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x03
RW
Reserved
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Address
0x1C
0x1D
0x1E
Bit
Field
Default Type
7:5
out_sel0_data_mux
RW
4
VCO_Div40
RW
When Reg 0x09[5] = 1 and Reg 0x1E[7:5] = 101'b, OUT1
clock selection can be controlled by Reg 0x1C[4] as follows:
0 = OUT1 outputs 10 MHz clock
1 = OUT1 outputs VCO divide-by-40
OUT Mux
Select_0
Reserved
OUT Mux
Select_1
Description
In normal operating mode, Reg 0x1C[7:5] returns the mux
select value applied at OUT0.
When Reg 0x09[5] = 1, OUT0 mux selection is controlled by
Reg 0x1C[7:5] as follows:
000 = Mute
001 = 10 MHz Clock
010 = Raw Data (EQ Only)
100 = Retimed Data
Other Settings are invalid.
0x58
3:2
drv_out_ctrl
RW
Controls output mux selection for both OUT0 and OUT1 if
Reg 0x3F[3] = 1 to override the OUT_CTRL pin
00 = Mute both OUT0 and OUT1
01 = When CDR is locked, output reclocked data on OUT0
and output clock on OUT1. If locked data rate is ≤ 3G, OUT1
= VCO. If locked data rate is > 3G, OUT1 = VCO/40. When
unlocked, output raw data on OUT0 and mute OUT1.
10 = When locked, output retimed data on both OUT0 and
OUT1. When unlocked, output raw data on both OUT0 and
OUT1. This is the default setting.
11 = Output raw data on both OUT0 and OUT1.
1:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
In normal operating mode, Reg 0x1E[7:5] returns the mux
select value applied at OUT1.
When Reg 0x09[5] = 1, OUT1 mux selection is controlled by
Reg 0x1E[7:5] as follows:
000 = Raw Data (EQ Only)
001 = Retimed Data
010 = Full Rate VCO clock
101 = 10 MHz Clock if Reg 0x1C[4] = 0 and VCO/40 clock if
Reg 0x1C[4] = 1
111 = Mute
Other Settings are invalid
0x00
7:5
out_sel1_data_mux
4:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7
sel_inv_out1
RW
0 = OUT1 normal polarity
1 = Inverts OUT1 driver polarity
Note: No polarity inversion for OUT0
0x09
0x1F
OUT1 Polarity
6:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x20
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x21
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x22
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
7
eom_get_heo_
veo_ov
RW
0 = Disable HEO/VEO Acquisition override.
1 = Enable HEO/VEO Acquisition override. Value determined
by Reg 0x24[1].
6:0
Reserved
7
fast_eom
RW
6
Reserved
R
Reserved
5
get_heo_veo_error_
no_hits
R
Zero Crossing Error Detector Status
0 = Zero crossing errors in the eye diagram observed
1 = No zero crossing errors in the eye diagram observed
4
get_heo_veo_error_
no_opening
R
Vertical Eye Closure Detector Status
0 = Open eye diagram detected
1 = Eye diagram completely closed
Reserved
0x23
0x24
30
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0x10
0x40
Reserved
EOM Control
0x40
0 = Disable Fast EOM mode
1 = Enable Fast EOM mode
3:2
Reserved
R
1
eom_get_heo_veo
RW
1 = Acquire HEO and VEO (self-clearing) if Reg 0x23[7] = 1
0
eom_start
RW
1 = Start EOM counter (self-clearing)
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
0x25
EOM_MSB
7:0
eom_count_msb
Default Type
0x00
R
MSBs of EOM counter
0x26
EOM_LSB
7:0
eom_count_lsb
0x00
R
LSBs of EOM counter
0x27
HEO
7:0
heo
0x00
R
HEO value. This is measured in 0-63 phase settings. To get
HEO in UI, read HEO, convert hex to dec, then divide by 64.
0x28
VEO
7:0
veo
0x00
R
VEO value. This is measured in 0-63 vertical steps. To get
VEO in mV, convert hex to dec, then multiply by the EOM
Voltage Range defined in Reg 0x29[6:5].
7
Reserved
RW
Description
Reserved
Readback of automatic EOM Voltage Range granularity.
00 = 3.125 mV
01 = 6.25 mV
10 = 9.375 mV
11 = 12.5 mV
0x29
Auto EOM
Voltage Range
4:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x2A
EOM_timer_thr
7:0
eom_timer_thr
0x30
RW
EOM timer for how long to check each phase/voltage setting.
0x2B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
7
Reserved
RW
Reserved
6
veo_scale
RW
0 = VEO scaling based on manual Voltage Range settings
(see Reg 0x11[7:6])
1 = Enable Auto VEO scaling
5:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7:4
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
IN1 EQ Boost Override Control
0 = Disable IN1 EQ boost override
1 = Override the internal IN1 EQ boost settings with values in
Reg 0x03[7:0]
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Reference Rate Selection for CDR Lock if Reg 0x3F[2] = 1
00 = Select SMPTE rates
01 = Select 10G Ethernet rate
Other settings are Invalid
0x2C
0x2D
0x2E
VEO Scale
CTLE Boost
Override
Reserved
0x2F
Rate Overrides
0x30
Reserved
0x31
IN1 Adaptation
Mode and Input
Mux Select
6:5
eom_vrange_setting
0x00
0x72
3
reg_eq_bst_ov
2:0
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7:6
refn_rate
5:0
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7
Reserved
0x00
0x24
0x06
0x00
6:5
adapt_mode
4:2
Reserved
0x00
R
R
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Adapt Mode Override Value if Reg 0x3F[5] = 1
00 = Manual CTLE for IN1. Set CTLE/CDR Page Reg
0x2D[3] = 1 to enable IN1 EQ boost settings with values in
Reg 0x03[7:0].
01 = Automatic CTLE Adaptation for IN1.
RW
Reserved
1:0
input_mux_ch_sel
RW
Input Mux Selection if Reg 0x3F[4] = 1 to override
IN_OUT_SEL pin
00 = IN0 to OUT0 and OUT1
01 = IN0 to OUT0 only
10 = IN1 to OUT1 only
11 = IN1 to OUT0 and OUT1
HEO/VEO
Interrupt
Threshold
7:4
heo_int_thresh
RW
Compares HEO value, Reg 0x27[7:0] vs. threshold from Reg
0x32[7:4] x 4.
3:0
veo_int_thresh
RW
Compares VEO value. Reg 0x28[7:0] vs. threshold from Reg
0x32[3:0] x 4.
0x33
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x88
RW
Reserved
0x34
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3F
RW
Reserved
0x35
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x1F
RW
Reserved
0x36
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x11
RW
Reserved
0x37
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x38
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x32
0x11
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
0x39
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7:6
fixed_eq_BST0
RW
5:4
fixed_eq_BST1
RW
3:2
fixed_eq_BST2
1:0
fixed_eq_BST3
0x3A
Low Data Rate
IN1 EQ Boost
0x00
0x00
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x96
0x3C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3F
HEO_VEO Lock
Monitor Enable
0x41
0x42
0x43
IN1 Index 1
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 2
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 3
Boost for
Adaptation
Fixed IN1 CTLE setting for 270M and 1.5G SMPTE rates. If
Reg 0x3F[0] = 0, Reg 0x3A fixed IN1 CTLE setting is also
used for 3G rate.
[7:6]: 2-bit control for Stage 0 of the CTLE
[5:4]: 2-bit control for Stage 1 of the CTLE.
[3:2]: 2-bit control for Stage 2 of the CTLE.
[1:0]: 2-bit control for Stage 3 of the CTLE.
R
Reserved
0x90
R
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
RW
Enable HEO/VEO lock monitoring. Once the lock and
adaptation processes are complete, HEO/VEO monitoring is
performed once per the interval determined by Reg
0x69[3:0].
heo_veo_lockmon_en
6:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7:6
Reserved
RW
Reserved
5
mr_adapt_mode_ov
RW
0 = Normal Behavior (Automatic Adaptation when IN1 is
selected)
1 = Override Automatic Adaptation for IN1. Adaptation
behavior is controlled by Reg 0x31[6:5].
4
mr_in_out_sel_ov
RW
0 = Input channel selection determined by IN_OUT_SEL pin
1 = Override input channel selection pin settings. Input
selection is controlled by Reg 0x31[1:0].
3
mr_out_ctrl_ov
RW
0 = Output mux settings determined by OUT_CTRL pin
1 = Override output mux pin settings. Output mux is
controlled by Reg 0x1C[3:2].
RW
0 = SMPTE or 10 GbE reference rates determined by
IN_OUT_SEL pin
1 = Override reference rate pin settings. Reference rates for
CDR lock are controlled by Reg 0x2F[7:6].
0x80
0x01
2
0x40
RW
Description
Reserved
7
Pin Override
Register Control
IN1 Index 0
Boost for
Adaptation
R
RW
0x3B
0x3E
32
Default Type
mr_refn_rate_ov
1
mr_eqbst_pin_ov
RW
0 = IN1 EQ boost Bypass is controlled by OUT_CTRL pin
behavior
1 = Override IN1 EQ boost pin control. IN1 EQ boost bypass
characteristics are controlled by settings in Reg 0x2D[3] and
Reg 0x03[7:0].
0
mr_en_3G_divsel_eq
RW
0 = Disables IN1 EQ Adaptation for 3G data rate
1 = Enables IN1 EQ Adaptation for 3G data rate
7:6
EQ_index_0_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_0_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_0_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_0_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_1_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_1_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_1_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_1_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_2_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_2_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_2_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_2_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_3_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_3_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_3_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_3_BST3
0x00
0x40
0x80
0x50
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
Index 0 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 1 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 2 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 3 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
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0x44
0x45
0x46
0x47
0x48
0x49
0x4A
0x4B
0x4C
0x4D
0x4E
0x4F
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Register Name
IN1 Index 4
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 5
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 6
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 7
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 8
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 9
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 10
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 11
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 12
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 13
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 14
Boost for
Adaptation
IN1 Index 15
Boost for
Adaptation
Reserved
Bit
Field
7:6
EQ_index_4_BST0
Default Type
RW
5:4
EQ_index_4_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_4_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_4_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_5_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_5_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_5_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_5_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_6_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_6_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_6_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_6_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_7_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_7_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_7_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_7_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_8_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_8_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_8_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_8_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_9_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_9_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_9_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_9_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_10_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_10_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_10_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_10_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_11_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_11_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_11_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_11_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_12_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_12_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_12_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_12_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_13_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_13_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_13_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_13_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_14_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_14_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_14_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_14_BST3
RW
7:6
EQ_index_15_BST0
RW
5:4
EQ_index_15_BST1
RW
3:2
EQ_index_15_BST2
1:0
EQ_index_15_BST3
7:0
Reserved
0xC0
0x90
0x54
0xA0
0xB0
0x95
0x69
0xD5
0x99
0xA5
0xE6
0xF9
0x00
Description
Index 4 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 5 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 6 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 7 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 8 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 9 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 10 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 11 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 12 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 13 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
Index 14 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
RW
Index 15 Boost
[7:6]: 2-bit control
[5:4]: 2-bit control
[3:2]: 2-bit control
[1:0]: 2-bit control
for
for
for
for
Stage
Stage
Stage
Stage
0
1
2
3
of the CTLE
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
of the CTLE.
RW
Reserved
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
RW
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
0x51
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
0x52
IN1 Active EQ
Readback
7:0
eq_bst_to_ana
0x00
R
IN1 CTLE boost setting readback from Active CTLE
Adaptation.
0x53
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
7
cardet
R
0 = Carrier Detect from the selected input de-asserted
1 = Carrier Detect from the selected input asserted
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
6
cdr_lock_int
R
0 = No interrupt from CDR Lock
1 = CDR Lock Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
5
carrier_det1_int
R
0 = No interrupt from IN1 Carrier Detect
1 = IN1 Carrier Detect Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
4
carrier_det0_int
R
0 = No interrupt from IN0 Carrier Detect
1 = IN0 Carrier Detect Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
0x54
0x55
0x56
34
Default Type
Interrupt Status
Register
Reserved
Interrupt Control
Register
0x00
Description
Reserved
3
heo_veo_int
R
0 = No interrupt from HEO/VEO
1 = HEO/VEO Threshold Reached Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
2
cdr_lock_loss_int
R
0 = No interrupt from CDR Lock
1 = CDR Loss of Lock Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
1
carrier_det1_loss_int
R
0 = No interrupt from IN1 Carrier Detect
1 = IN1 Carrier Detect Loss Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
0
carrier_det0_loss_int
R
0 = No interrupt from IN0 Carrier Detect
1 = IN0 Carrier Detect Loss Interrupt
Note: Clears when Reg 0x54 is read-back.
7:0
Reserved
R
Reserved
7
Reserved
RW
Reserved
6
cdr_lock_int_en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if CDR lock is achieved
1 = Enable interrupt if CDR lock is achieved
5
carrier_det1_int_en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if IN1 Carrier Detect is asserted
1 = Enable interrupt if IN1 Carrier Detect is asserted
4
carrier_det0_int_en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if IN0 Carrier Detect is asserted
1 = Enable interrupt if IN0 Carrier Detect is asserted
3
heo_veo_int_en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if HEO/VEO threshold is reached
1 = Enable interrupt if HEO/VEO threshold is reached
2
cdr_lock_loss_int_en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if CDR loses lock
1 = Enable interrupt if CDR loses lock
1
carrier_det1_loss_int_
en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if there is loss of signal (LOS) on IN1
1 = Enable interrupt if there is loss of signal (LOS) on IN1
0
carrier_det0_loss_int_
en
RW
0 = Disable interrupt if there is loss of signal (LOS) on IN0
1 = Enable interrupt if there is loss of signal (LOS) on IN0
0x02
0x00
0x60
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x26
RW
Reserved
0x61
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x31
RW
Reserved
0x62
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x70
RW
Reserved
0x63
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3D
RW
Reserved
0x64
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xFF
RW
Reserved
0x65
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x66
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x67
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x68
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
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Register Name
Bit
Field
7:4
Reserved
Default Type
3:0
hv_lckmon_cnt_ms
0x69
HEO_VEO Lock
Monitor
0x6A
HEO and VEO
Lock Threshold
7:4
veo_lck_thrsh
3:0
heo_lck_thrsh
0x0A
0x44
Description
RW
Reserved
RW
While monitoring lock, these bits set the amount of interval
times to monitor HEO or VEO lock. Each interval is 6.5 ms.
Therefore, by default, Reg 0x69[3:0] = 1010'b causes
HEO_VEO lock monitor to occur once every 65 ms.
RW
RW
HEO/VEO lock thresholds. Lock will not be declared until
HEO ≥ (heo_lck_thrsh x 4) and VEO ≥ (veo_lck_thrsh x 4).
0x6B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x40
RW
Reserved
0x6C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x6D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x6E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x6F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x70
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x03
RW
Reserved
0x71
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x20
R
Reserved
0x72
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x73
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x74
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x75
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x77
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x80
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x50
RW
Reserved
0x81
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x82
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x80
RW
Reserved
0x83
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x70
RW
Reserved
0x84
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x85
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x87
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x90
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xA5
RW
Reserved
0x91
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x23
RW
Reserved
0x92
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x2C
RW
Reserved
0x93
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x32
RW
Reserved
0x94
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x37
RW
Reserved
0x95
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3E
RW
Reserved
0x98
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3F
RW
Reserved
0x99
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x9A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x9B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x9C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x06
RW
Reserved
0x9D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x9E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
7:5
Reserved
RW
Reserved
4
dvb_enable
RW
0 = Disable CDR Lock to 270 Mbps
1 = Enable CDR Lock to 270 Mbps
3
hd_enable
RW
0 = Disable CDR Lock to 1.485/1.4835 Gbps
1 = Enable CDR Lock to 1.485/1.4835 Gbps
2
3G_enable
RW
0 = Disable CDR Lock to 2.97/2.967 Gbps
1 = Enable CDR Lock to 2.97/2.967 Gbps
1
6G_enable
RW
0 = Disable CDR Lock to 5.94/5.934 Gbps
1 = Enable CDR Lock to 5.94/5.934 Gbps
0
12G_enable
RW
0 = Disable CDR Lock to 11.88/11.868 Gbps
1 = Enable CDR Lock to 11.88/11.868 Gbps
0xA0
SMPTE Data
Rate Lock Enable
0x1F
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
7
adapt_cd
RW
LOCK_N pin status
0 = LOCK_N indicates when Coarse Adaptation for IN0 is
done
1 = LOCK_N indicates carrier detect (CD_N) for IN0
6
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
IN0 Power Save Override Control for Cable EQ
0 = Disable Power Save Mode override. Automatic Power
Save when no input signal detected.
1 = Enable Power Save Mode override. Power Save mode
control set by value in Reg 0x00[4:3].
Note: Unused input is always powered down automatically.
RW
IN0 Auto Power Save Mode control for Cable EQ if Reg
0x00[5] = 1
00 = Enable Power Save Mode when no input signal is
detected
01 = Disable auto Power Save Mode (disable power down)
10 = Reserved
11 = Force Power Save Mode
Note: Unused input is always powered down automatically.
5
0x00
0x02
reg_power_save_ov
Reset
CableEQ/Drivers
Registers
0x08
4:3
0x01
EQ Observation
Status
Rate and Driver
Observation
Status
reg_power_save
Description
2
rst_cableEQ/Drivers_
regs
RW
Reset registers (self-clearing)
0 = Normal operation
1 = Reset CableEQ/Drivers Registers. Register reinitialization procedure required after resetting the
CableEQ/Drivers Registers. Refer to the LMH1219
Programming Guide for details.
1:0
Reserved
RW
Reserved
7:1
Reserved
R
Reserved
R
0 = Adaptation not completed
1 = Adaptation completed
0x80
0
adaptation_status
7
Reserved
R
Reserved
6
IN0 Carrier Detect
R
Carrier Detect Status of IN0
0 = No signal present at IN0
1 = Signal present at IN0
5:3
freq_rate_det
R
Readback of rate detected
001 = 125M-270M
010 = 1.5G-3G
100 = 6G-12G
2
power_save_status
R
Observation Bit
0 = Power Save Mode is Inactive
1 = Power Save Mode is Active
R
Observation Bit
0 = OUT1 Driver is Active
1 = OUT1 Driver is in Mute
Note: When muted, driver output remains at common mode
voltage.
Observation Bit
0 = OUT0 Driver is Active
1 = OUT0 Driver is in Mute
Note: When muted, driver output remains at common mode
voltage.
1
36
Default Type
0x07
mute_tx1
0
mute_tx0
R
7:6
Reserved
RW
Reserved
5:0
MUTERef
RW
Digital MUTERef sets the threshold at which the output will
be muted. See the "Digital MUTEREF" subsection of the
LMH1219 datasheet for more information.
0x03
MUTERef Control
0x3F
0x04
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x05
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x06
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xA0
RW
Reserved
0x07
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x24
RW
Reserved
0x08
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x27
RW
Reserved
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Address
Register Name
Bit
Field
0x09
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
Default Type
0x01
RW
Reserved
Description
0x0A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x05
RW
Reserved
0x0B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x37
RW
Reserved
0x0C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x01
RW
Reserved
0x0D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x25
RW
Reserved
0x0E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x37
RW
Reserved
0x0F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x02
RW
Reserved
0x10
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x0A
RW
Reserved
0x11
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x02
RW
Reserved
0x12
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x08
RW
Reserved
0x13
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x04
RW
Reserved
0x14
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x3C
RW
Reserved
0x15
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x16
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x17
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x08
RW
Reserved
0x18
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x01
RW
Reserved
0x19
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x08
RW
Reserved
0x1A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x01
RW
Reserved
0x1B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xA7
RW
Reserved
0x1C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x1D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x1E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x1F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x20
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x21
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0xC0
RW
Reserved
0x22
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x23
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x24
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
7:6
Reserved
R
Reserved
0x25
Cable Length
Indicator
5:0
CLI
R
Readback of Cable Length Indicator (CLI) after adaptation.
See the "Cable Length Indicator (CLI)" subsection of the
LMH1219 datasheet for more information.
0x26
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
7:4
Reserved
3
0x27
0x00
0x05
eq_bypass_ov
EQ Bypass
Override
R
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
Override eq_bypass value to analog core
0 = Disable EQ Bypass override
1 = Enable EQ Bypass override. Value of EQ Bypass Control
determined by Reg 0x27[2].
RW
Override value of eq_bypass
0 = Do not Bypass Cable EQ. Use Adaptive EQ
1 = Bypass Cable EQ
RW
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x00
2
eq_bypass_val
1:0
Reserved
0x28
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
0x29
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x20
R
Reserved
0x2A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x40
RW
Reserved
0x2B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x89
RW
Reserved
0x2C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x0B
RW
Reserved
0x2D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x20
RW
Reserved
0x2E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x2F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
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0x30
0x31
0x32
Register Name
OUT0 Output
Control
OUT0
De-Emphasis
Control
OUT1 Output
Control
Bit
Field
Default Type
Description
7
tx0_mute_ov
RW
OUT0 Mute Override Control
0 = Disable OUT0 Mute Override Control
1 = Enable OUT0 Mute Override Control by value in Reg
0x30[6].
6
tx0_mute_val
RW
0 = Normal Operation
1 = Mute OUT0 if Reg 0x30[7] = 1
5
tx0_vod_ov
RW
OUT0 VOD Override Control
0 = VOD settings for OUT0 determined by VOD_DE pin
1 = Override VOD pin settings for OUT0. VOD settings for
OUT0 are controlled by Reg 0x30[2:0]
4:3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
0x0A
2:0
tx0_vod
RW
VOD settings for OUT0 if Reg 0x30[5] = 1.
See the "Output Amplitude vs. VOD Register Settings" graph
in the Typical Characteristics subsection of the LMH1219
datasheet for more information.
7
Reserved
RW
Reserved
6
tx0_dem_ov
RW
OUT0 De-Emphasis Override Control
0 = De-emphasis for OUT0 determined by VOD_DE pin
1 = Override De-emphasis settings for OUT0. De-emphasis
settings for OUT0 are controlled by Reg 0x31[2:0]
5
tx0_PD_ov
RW
OUT0 Power Down Override Control
0 = Disable OUT0 Power Down Override Control
1 = Enable OUT0 Power Down Override Control by value in
Reg 0x31[4]
0x01
4
tx0_PD
RW
0 = Normal Operation
1 = Power Down OUT0 if Reg 0x31[5] = 1
3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
2:0
tx0_dem
RW
De-emphasis settings for OUT0 if Reg 0x31[6] = 1.
See the "Output De-emphasis vs. VOD Register Settings"
graph in the Typical Characteristics subsection of the
LMH1219 datasheet for more information.
7
tx1_mute_ov
RW
OUT1 Mute Override Control
0 = Disable OUT1 Mute Override Control
1 = Enable OUT1 Mute Override Control by value in Reg
0x32[6].
6
tx1_mute_val
RW
0 = Normal Operation
1 = Mute OUT1 if Reg 0x32[7] = 1
5
tx1_vod_ov
RW
OUT1 VOD Override Control
0 = VOD settings for OUT1 determined by VOD_DE pin
1 = Override VOD pin settings for OUT1. VOD settings for
OUT1 are controlled by Reg 0x32[2:0]
4:3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
VOD settings for OUT0 if Reg 0x32[5] = 1.
See the "Output Amplitude vs. VOD Register Settings" graph
in the Typical Characteristics subsection of the LMH1219
datasheet for more information.
2:0
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Register Name
OUT1
De-Emphasis
Control
Bit
Field
7
Reserved
Default Type
RW
Reserved
6
tx1_dem_ov
RW
OUT1 De-Emphasis Override Control
0 = De-emphasis for OUT1 determined by VOD_DE pin
1 = Override De-emphasis settings for OUT1. De-emphasis
settings for OUT1 are controlled by Reg 0x33[2:0]
5
tx1_PD_ov
RW
OUT1 Power Down Override Control
0 = Disable OUT1 Power Down Override Control
1 = Enable OUT1 Power Down Override Control by value in
Reg 0x33[4].
0x11
Description
4
tx1_PD
RW
0 = Normal Operation
1 = Power Down OUT1 if Reg 0x33[5] = 1
3
Reserved
RW
Reserved
RW
De-emphasis settings for OUT1 if Reg 0x33[6] = 1.
See the "Output De-emphasis vs. VOD Register Settings"
graph in the Typical Characteristics subsection of the
LMH1219 datasheet for more information.
2:0
tx1_dem
7
hi_gain_mode
0x34
Splitter_Reg
6:0
Reserved
0x35
Reserved
7:0
0x36
Reserved
0x37
-6 dB Launch Amplitude Adaptation Mode
0 = Enable EQ adaptation with nominal 800 mV launch
amplitude
1 = Enable EQ adaptation with 400 mV launch amplitude
0x17
RW
Reserved
0x61
RW
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x02
RW
Reserved
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x38
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x39
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x3A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
Reserved
0x3B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x3C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x3D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x7F
RW
Reserved
0x3E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x3F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x40
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x41
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x42
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x43
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x44
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x45
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x46
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x47
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x48
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x49
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x01
R
Reserved
0x4A
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x4B
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x4C
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
R
Reserved
0x4D
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x4E
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x4F
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x50
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x51
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x52
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x53
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x00
RW
Reserved
0x54
Reserved
7:0
Reserved
0x0F
R
Reserved
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8 Application and Implementation
NOTE
Information in the following applications sections is not part of the TI component
specification, and TI does not warrant its accuracy or completeness. TI’s customers are
responsible for determining suitability of components for their purposes. Customers should
validate and test their design implementation to confirm system functionality.
8.1 Application Information
8.1.1 General Guidance for SMPTE and 10 GbE Applications
SMPTE specifies the requirements for the Serial Digital Interface to transport digital video over coaxial cables.
One of the requirements is meeting return loss, which specifies how closely the port resembles 75-Ω impedance
across a specified frequency band. The SMPTE specifications also defines the use of AC coupling capacitors for
transporting uncompressed serial data streams with heavy low frequency content. The use of 4.7-μF AC coupling
capacitors is recommended to avoid low frequency DC wander. SFF-8431 (SFP+) requires the 100-Ω transmit
signal to meet the electrical, return loss, jitter, and eye mask specifications. TI recommends placing the
LMH1219 as close as possible to the 75-Ω BNC and 100-Ω SFP+ optical module in order to meet the
specifications for SMPTE and SFF-8431. Refer to Table 9 for design guidelines.
8.1.2 Optimizing Time to Adapt and Lock
When carrier detect is asserted the LMH1219 continuously adapts the cable equalizer to the optimal gain and
bandwidth. The time required to adapt the equalizer and achieve lock to the incoming signal can be optimized by
manually programming the highest data rate expected in the application. Refer to LMH1219 programming guide
for more details.
8.1.3 LMH1219 and LMH0324 Compatibility
The LMH1219 is pin compatible with the LMH0324 (3 Gbps adaptive cable equalizer) when the LMH0324 RSV_L
pin is tied to 2.5 V. This pin compatibility allows users to upgrade easily from a 3 Gbps equalizer to a 12 Gbps
UHD equalizer with integrated reclocker. See Figure 21 for details.
2.5 V
2.5 V
10 µF
1 µF
VDD_CDR
0.1 µF
0.1 µF
2.5 V
VDDIO
RSV_L
VIN
1 µF
LMH1219
2.5 V
VDDIO
VIN
EP
VSS
VSS
VSS
10 µF
1 µF
0.1 µF
0.1 µF
0.1 µF
EP
VSS
VSS
VSS
VDD_LDO
1 µF
LMH0324
0.1 µF
VDD_LDO
1 µF
1 µF
0.1 µF
0.1 µF
Figure 21. Pin Connections for LMH1219 and LMH0324 Compatibility
8.2 Typical Application
The LMH1219 is a low-power cable equalizer with integrated reclocker that supports SDI data rates up to 11.88
Gbps and 10 GbE. Figure 22 shows a typical implementation of the LMH1219 as a SDI adaptive cable equalizer
at IN0+. Signal attenuated by a long coax cable is applied to the LMH1219 at the BNC port. Signal from a 10
GbE optical module is connected to the input port at IN1±. Equalized and reclocked data is output at OUT0± and
OUT1± to a downstream video processor.
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Typical Application (continued)
2.5 V (Single Supply)
0.1-µF Capacitor close to each supply pin
10 µF
1 µF
4.7 µF
VDD_CDR
OUT0+
IN0-
OUT0-
IN1-
VDDIO
220
LED
RX4.7 µF
FPGA/Video
Processor
Coupled Trace
RX+
OUT1+
RX-
OUT1-
SPI Interface
4.7 µF
Coupled Trace
RX+
100VOD_DE
TX-
LOCK_N
IN1+
MISO
Coupled Trace
TX+
EP
VSS
VSS
VSS
LMH1219
0.1 µF
SCK
MOSI
100-
FPGA/Optical
Module
100-
VIN
OUT_CTRL
1 µF
VDDIO
0.1 µF
IN0+
VDD_LDO
(1.8 V)
75 Ÿ
0.1 µF
MODE_SEL
IN_OUT_SEL
BNC
SS_N
75-
0.1 µF
4.7 µF
VDDIO
FLOAT for SPI Mode
Optional pullup or
pulldown resistors for
strap configuration
VDDIO
VDDIO
1k
1k
1k
1k
or
20 k
1k
or
20 k
1k
or
20 k
Figure 22. LMH1219 SPI Mode Connection Diagram
8.2.1 Design Requirements
Table 9. LMH1219 Design Requirements
DESIGN PARAMETER
REQUIREMENTS
IN0+ Input AC coupling capacitor
AC Coupling capacitor at IN0+ should be a 4.7-μF capacitor. Choose a small 0402 surface
mount ceramic capacitor. IN0- should be AC terminated with 4.7 μF and 75 Ω to VSS.
IN1± Input AC coupling capacitors
AC Coupling capacitors at IN1± should be 4.7-μF capacitors. Choose small 0402 surface
mount ceramic capacitors. This allows both SMPTE and 10 GbE data traffic.
Output AC coupling capacitors
Both OUT0± and OUT1± require AC coupling capacitors. Choose small 0402 surface mount
ceramic capacitors. 4.7-μF AC coupling capacitors are recommended.
DC power supply decoupling capacitors
Decoupling capacitors are required to minimize power supply noise. Place 10-μF and 1-μF
bulk capacitors close to each device. Place a 0.1-μF capacitor close to each supply pin.
VDD_LDO decoupling capacitors
Place 1-μF and 0.1-μF surface mount ceramic capacitors as close as possible to the device
VDD_LDO pin.
High speed board trace for IN0
IN0+ and IN0- should be routed with uncoupled board traces with 75-Ω characteristic
impedance.
High Speed IN1, OUT0, and OUT1 trace
impedance
IN1±, OUT0± and OUT1± should be routed with coupled board traces with 100-Ω differential
impedance.
SMPTE return loss
Place BNC within 1 inch of the LMH1219 and consult BNC vendor for recommended BNC
landing pattern to meet SMPTE requirements.
IN0+ and IN1± cross talk
When a long length coax cable is connected to IN0+, the signal amplitude at IN0+ can be
just a few mVp-p. Layout precautions must be taken to minimize crosstalk from adjacent
devices or from adjacent input port IN1±. To reduce cross coupling effects, keep IN1± traces
as far from IN0± as possible. When IN1± is not used, it is recommended to turn off the signal
source to IN1± for best results.
Use of SPI or SMBus interface
Set MODE_SEL to Level-F (pin unconnected) for SPI. Set MODE_SEL to Level-L (connect 1
kΩ to VSS) for SMBus. SMBus is 3.3 V tolerant.
8.2.2 Detail Design Procedure
The following general design procedure is recommended:
1. Select a suitable power supply voltage for the LMH1219. See Power Supply Recommendations for details.
2. Check that the power supply meets the DC and AC requirements in Recommended Operating Conditions.
3. Select the proper pull-high or pull-low resistors for IN_OUT_SEL and OUT_CTRL for setting the signal path.
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4. If -6 dB launch amplitude or other expanded programmable features are needed, select the use of SPI or
SMBus by setting Level-F or Level-L for MODE_SEL, respectively.
5. Choose a high quality 75-Ω BNC that is capable of supporting 11.88 Gbps applications. Consult a BNC
supplier regarding insertion loss, impedance specifications, and recommended footprint for meeting SMPTE
return loss.
6. Depending on the length and insertion loss of the output traces for OUT0± and OUT1±, select the proper
pull-high or pull-low resistors for VOD_DE to set the output amplitude and de-emphasis settings. Refer to
Table 5 for details.
7. Follow all design requirements detailed in Table 9 to optimize LMH1219 performance.
8. For additional layout recommendations, refer to PCB Layout Guidelines.
8.2.3 Recommended VOD and DEM Register Settings
Table 10 shows recommended output amplitude and de-emphasis register settings for most applications.
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Table 10. VOD and DEM Register Settings
VOD REG SETTING
OUT0±: 0x30[5]=1, 0x30[2:0]
OUT1±: 0x32[5]=1, 0x32[2:0]
DEM REG SETTING
OUT0±: 0x31[6]=1, 0x31[2:0]
OUT1±: 0x33[6]=1, 0x33[2:0]
VOD (mVpp)
0
0
410
0
1
1
486
-0.1
2
1
560
-0.1
2
2
560
-0.9
3
1
635
-0.3
3
2
635
-1.3
3
3
635
-2.4
4
1
716
-0.5
4
2
716
-1.8
4
3
716
-3.0
4
4
716
-4.0
5
1
810
-0.8
5
2
810
-2.4
5
3
810
-3.6
5
4
810
-4.6
5
5
810
-6.1
6
1
880
-1.0
6
2
880
-2.7
6
3
880
-4.0
6
4
880
-5.0
6
5
880
-6.5
7
1
973
-1.2
7
2
973
-3.1
7
3
973
-4.6
7
4
973
-5.7
7
5
973
-7.1
DEM (dB)
8.2.4 Application Performance Plots
Depending on the selected input, the LMH1219 performance was measured with the test setups shown in
Figure 23 and Figure 24.
Pattern
Generator
VO = 800 mVp-p,
PRBS10
CC
75 Q } Æ
o
IN0+
LMH1219 OUT0±
Oscilloscope
Figure 23. Test Setup for LMH1219 Cable Equalizer (IN0+)
Pattern
Generator
VOD = 800 mVp-p,
PRBS10
TL
Differential 100 Ÿ
FR4 Channel
IN1±
LMH1219 OUT0±
Oscilloscope
Figure 24. Test Setup for LMH1219 PCB Equalizer (IN1±)
The eye diagrams in this subsection show how the LMH1219 improves overall signal integrity in the data path for
75-Ω coax cable input length (CC) when IN0 is selected and 100-Ω differential FR4 PCB trace when IN1 is
selected.
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Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
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Time (14 ps/DIV)
Time (14 ps/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 26. 11.88 Gbps, CC = 75 m Belden 1694A,
Reclocked
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 25. 11.88 Gbps, CC = 75 m Belden 1694A,
EQ Only
Time (28 ps/DIV)
Time (28 ps/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 28. 5.94 Gbps, CC = 120 m Belden 1694A,
Reclocked
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 27. 5.94 Gbps, CC = 120 m Belden 1694A,
EQ Only
Time (56 ps/DIV)
Time (56 ps/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 29. 2.97 Gbps, CC = 200 m Belden 1694A,
EQ Only
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IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 30. 2.97 Gbps, CC = 200 m Belden 1694A,
Reclocked
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Time (112 ps/DIV)
Time (112 ps/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 32. 1.485 Gbps, CC = 280 m Belden 1694A,
Reclocked
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
Output Data (85 mV/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 31. 1.485 Gbps, CC = 280 m Belden 1694A,
EQ Only
Time (617 ps/DIV)
Time (617 ps/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 34. 270 Mbps, CC = 600 m Belden 1694A,
Reclocked
Output Data (100 mV/DIV)
Output Data (100 mV/DIV)
IN0 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = H, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 33. 270 Mbps, CC = 600 m Belden 1694A,
EQ Only
Time (30 ps/DIV)
Time (30 ps/DIV)
IN1 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = L, OUT_CTRL = L
Figure 35. 10.3125 Gbps, TL = 20 in. 5-Mil FR4,
EQ Only
IN1 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = L, OUT_CTRL = F
Figure 36. 10.3125 Gbps, TL = 20 in. 5-Mil FR4,
Reclocked
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Time (20 ps/DIV)
Time (20 ps/DIV)
IN1 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = L, OUT_CTRL = L,
Override reference rate to lock to SMPTE rates
Figure 37. 11.88 Gbps, TL = 20 in. 5-Mil FR4,
EQ Only
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IN1 Selected, VOD_DE = H, IN_OUT_SEL = L, OUT_CTRL = F,
Override reference rate to lock to SMPTE rates
Figure 38. 11.88 Gbps, TL = 20 in. 5-Mil FR4,
Reclocked
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9 Power Supply Recommendations
The LMH1219 is designed to provide flexibility in supply rails. There are two ways to power the LMH1219:
• Single Supply Mode (2.5 V): This mode offers ease of use, with the internal circuitry receiving power from
the on-chip 1.8 V regulator. In this mode, 2.5 V is applied to VDD_CDR, VIN, and VDDIO. See Figure 39 for
more details.
• Dual Supply Mode (2.5 V and 1.8 V): This mode provides lower power consumption. In this mode, 1.8 V is
connected to both VIN and VDD_LDO. VDD_CDR, and VDDIO are powered from a 2.5 V supply. See
Figure 40 for more details.
• When Dual Supply Mode is used, the 2.5 V supply for VDD_CDR and VDDIO should be powered before or at
the same time as the 1.8 V supply that powers VIN and VDD_LDO.
2.5 V
1 µF
0.1 µF
0.1 µF
VDD_CDR
EP
VSS
VSS
VSS
10 µF
0.1 µF
VDDIO
VIN
Internal LDO
2.5 V to 1.8 V
VDD_LDO (1.8 V)
1 µF
0.1 µF
Figure 39. Typical Connection for Single 2.5 V Supply
2.5 V
0.1 µF
10 µF
1 µF
0.1 µF
VDD_CDR
1.8 V
VDDIO
VIN
1 µF
EP
VSS
VSS
VSS
0.1 µF
VDD_LDO
1 µF
0.1 µF
Figure 40. Typical Connection for Dual 2.5 V and 1.8 V Supply
For power supply de-coupling, 0.1-μF surface-mount ceramic capacitors are recommended to be placed close to
each VDD_CDR, VIN, VDD_LDO, and VDDIO supply pin to VSS. Larger bulk capacitors (for example, 10 µF and
1 µF) are recommended for VDD_CDR and VIN. Good supply bypassing requires low inductance capacitors.
This can be achieved through an array of multiple small body size surface-mount bypass capacitors in order to
keep low supply impedance. Better results can be achieved through the use of a buried capacitor formed by a
VDD and VSS plane separated by 2-4 mil dielectric in a printed circuit board.
10 Layout
10.1 PCB Layout Guidelines
The following guidelines are recommended for designing the board layout for the LMH1219:
1. Choose a suitable board stack-up that supports 75-Ω single-ended trace and 100-Ω differential trace routing
on the board's top layer. This is typically done with a Layer 2 ground plane reference for the 100-Ω
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PCB Layout Guidelines (continued)
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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differential traces and a second ground plane at Layer 3 reference for the 75-Ω single end traces.
Use single-ended uncoupled trace designed with 75-Ω impedance for signal routing to IN0+ and IN0-. The
trace width is typically 8-10 mil reference to a ground plane at Layer 3.
Place anti-pad (ground relief) on the power and ground planes directly under the 4.7-µF AC coupling
capacitor and IC landing pads to minimize parasitic capacitance. The size of the anti-pad depends on the
board stack-up and can be determined by a 3-dimension electromagnetic simulation tool.
Use a well-designed BNC footprint to ensure the BNC's signal landing pad achieves 75-Ω characteristic
impedance. BNC suppliers usually provide recommendations on BNC footprint for best results.
Keep trace length short between the BNC and IN0+. The trace routing for IN0+ and IN0- should be
symmetrical, approximately equal lengths and equal loading.
Use coupled differential traces with 100-Ω impedance for signal routing to IN1±, OUT0± and OUT1±. They
are usually 5-8 mil trace width reference to a ground plane at Layer 2.
The exposed pad EP of the package should be connected to the ground plane through an array of vias.
These vias are solder-masked to avoid solder flowing into the plated-through holes during the board
manufacturing process.
Connect each supply pin (VDD_CDR, VIN, VDDIO, VDD_LDO) to the power or ground planes with a short
via. The via is usually placed tangent to the supply pins' landing pads with the shortest trace possible.
Power supply bypass capacitors should be placed close to the supply pins. They are commonly placed at the
bottom layer and share the ground of the EP.
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10.2 Layout Example
The following example demonstrates the high speed signal trace routing to the LMH1219.
1. BNC footprint and anti-pad: Consult BNC manufacturer for proper size.
2. Anti-pad under passive components.
3. 75-Ω single ended trace. Trace width should be similar to that of the IC landing pad (10 mil).
4. 100-Ω coupled trace.
5. Vias with solder mask.
2
2
1
4
4
3
3
5
2
4
Figure 41. LMH1219 PCB Layout Example
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This integrated circuit can be damaged by ESD. Texas Instruments recommends that all integrated circuits be handled with
appropriate precautions. Failure to observe proper handling and installation procedures can cause damage.
ESD damage can range from subtle performance degradation to complete device failure. Precision integrated circuits may be more
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11.5 Glossary
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Status
(1)
Package Type Package Pins Package
Drawing
Qty
Eco Plan
Lead/Ball Finish
MSL Peak Temp
(2)
(6)
(3)
Op Temp (°C)
Device Marking
(4/5)
LMH1219RTWR
ACTIVE
WQFN
RTW
24
3000
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
CU SN
Level-3-260C-168 HR
-40 to 85
L1219A2
LMH1219RTWT
ACTIVE
WQFN
RTW
24
250
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
CU SN
Level-3-260C-168 HR
-40 to 85
L1219A2
(1)
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flame retardants must also meet the <=1000ppm threshold requirement.
(3)
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*All dimensions are nominal
Device
Package Package Pins
Type Drawing
SPQ
Reel
Reel
A0
Diameter Width (mm)
(mm) W1 (mm)
B0
(mm)
K0
(mm)
P1
(mm)
W
Pin1
(mm) Quadrant
LMH1219RTWR
WQFN
RTW
24
3000
330.0
12.4
4.3
4.3
1.3
8.0
12.0
Q1
LMH1219RTWT
WQFN
RTW
24
250
178.0
12.4
4.3
4.3
1.3
8.0
12.0
Q1
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Device
Package Type
Package Drawing
Pins
SPQ
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
LMH1219RTWR
WQFN
RTW
24
3000
367.0
367.0
35.0
LMH1219RTWT
WQFN
RTW
24
250
210.0
185.0
35.0
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PACKAGE OUTLINE
RTW0024A
WQFN - 0.8 mm max height
SCALE 3.000
PLASTIC QUAD FLATPACK - NO LEAD
4.1
3.9
A
B
PIN 1 INDEX AREA
4.1
3.9
C
0.8 MAX
SEATING PLANE
0.05
0.00
0.08 C
2X 2.5
7
20X 0.5
6
13
2X
2.5
25
2.6 0.1
1
PIN 1 ID
(OPTIONAL)
(0.1) TYP
EXPOSED
THERMAL PAD
12
18
24
19
0.5
24X
0.3
24X
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.05
C A B
C
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NOTES:
1. All linear dimensions are in millimeters. Any dimensions in parenthesis are for reference only. Dimensioning and tolerancing
per ASME Y14.5M.
2. This drawing is subject to change without notice.
3. The package thermal pad must be soldered to the printed circuit board for thermal and mechanical performance.
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EXAMPLE BOARD LAYOUT
RTW0024A
WQFN - 0.8 mm max height
PLASTIC QUAD FLATPACK - NO LEAD
( 2.6)
SYMM
24
19
24X (0.6)
1
18
24X (0.25)
(1.05)
25
SYMM
(3.8)
20X (0.5)
(R0.05)
TYP
13
6
( 0.2) TYP
VIA
7
12
(1.05)
(3.8)
LAND PATTERN EXAMPLE
SCALE:15X
0.07 MIN
ALL AROUND
0.07 MAX
ALL AROUND
SOLDER MASK
OPENING
METAL
SOLDER MASK
OPENING
METAL UNDER
SOLDER MASK
NON SOLDER MASK
DEFINED
(PREFERRED)
SOLDER MASK
DEFINED
SOLDER MASK DETAILS
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NOTES: (continued)
4. This package is designed to be soldered to a thermal pad on the board. For more information, see Texas Instruments literature
number SLUA271 (www.ti.com/lit/slua271).
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EXAMPLE STENCIL DESIGN
RTW0024A
WQFN - 0.8 mm max height
PLASTIC QUAD FLATPACK - NO LEAD
4X ( 1.15)
(0.675) TYP
(R0.05) TYP
24
19
24X (0.6)
1
18
24X (0.25)
(0.675)
TYP
25
20X (0.5)
SYMM
(3.8)
13
6
METAL
TYP
7
SYMM
12
(3.8)
SOLDER PASTE EXAMPLE
BASED ON 0.125 mm THICK STENCIL
EXPOSED PAD 25:
78% PRINTED SOLDER COVERAGE BY AREA UNDER PACKAGE
SCALE:20X
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NOTES: (continued)
5. Laser cutting apertures with trapezoidal walls and rounded corners may offer better paste release. IPC-7525 may have alternate
design recommendations.
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