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Texas Instruments Industrial Ethernet PHY (Rev. B) Datasheet
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Industrial Temp, Single Port 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet Physical Layer Transceiver
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1 Introduction
1.1
Features
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Temperature From –40°C to 85°C
Low Power Consumption, < 200mW Typical
Cable Diagnostics
Error-Free Operation up to 200 Meters Under
Typical Conditions
3.3V MAC Interface
Auto-MDIX for 10/100 Mb/s
Energy Detection Mode
25 MHz Clock Out
MII Serial Management Interface (MDC and
MDIO)
IEEE 802.3u MII
IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation and Parallel
Detection
IEEE 802.3u ENDEC, 10BASE-T
Transceivers and Filters
1.3
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Bus I/O Protection - ±16kV JEDEC HBM
IEEE 802.3u PCS, 100BASE-TX Transceivers
Enables IEEE1588 Time-Stamping
IEEE 1149.1 JTAG
Integrated ANSI X3.263 Compliant TP-PMD
Physical Sublayer with Adaptive Equalization
and Baseline Wander Compensation
• Programmable LED Support Link, 10/100 Mb/s
Mode, Activity, and Collision Detect
• 10/100 Mb/s Packet BIST (Built in Self Test)
• 48-pin TQFP Package (7mm) × (7mm)
1.2
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Applications
Industrial Controls and Factory Automation
General Embedded Applications
General Description
The TLK100 is a single-port Ethernet PHY for 10BaseT and 100Base TX signaling. It integrates all the
physical-layer functions needed to transmit and receive data on standard twisted-pair cables. This device
supports the standard Media Independent Interface (MII) for direct connection to a Media Access
Controller (MAC).
The TLK100 is designed for power-supply flexibility, and can operate with a single 3.3V power supply or
with combinations of 3.3V, 1.8V, and 1.1V power supplies for reduced power operation.
The TLK100 uses mixed-signal processing to perform equalization, data recovery, and error correction to
achieve robust operation over CAT 5 twisted-pair wiring. It not only meets the requirements of IEEE 802.3,
but maintains high margins in terms of cross-talk and alien noise.
TLK100
10/100 Mb/s
25-MHz
Clock
Source
RJ-45
MPU/CPU
MII
Magnetics
System Diagram
Media Access Controller
1.4
10BASE-T
or
100BASE-TX
Status
LEDs
B0312-01
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RX_CLK
RXD[3:0]
RX_DV
RX_ER
COL
MDC
MDIO
TX_EN
TX_CLK
TXD[3:0]
Serial
Management
CRS/CRS_DV
MII
MII Interface
TX_DATA
RX_CLK
TX_CLK
RX_DATA
MII
Registers
10BASE-T
and
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
and
100BASE-TX
Auto-Negotiation
State Machine
Transmit
Block
Receive
Block
Clock
Generation
DAC
ADC
BIST
Boundary
Scan
JTAG
TD±
LED
Drivers
Cable
Diagnostics
Auto-MDIX
RD±
LEDs
Reference Clock
B0313-01
Figure 1-1. TLK100 Functional Block Diagram
2
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Pin Layout
LED_LINK / AN_0
LED_SPEED / AN_1
LED_ACT / AN_EN
MDIO
MDC
MII_RX_ERR / MDIX_EN
MII_RX_DV
VDD33_IO
MII_RXD_3 / PHYAD4
MII_RXD_2 / PHYAD3
MII_RXD_1 / PHYAD2
MII_RXD_0 / PHYAD1
3
6
3
5
3
4
3
3
3
2
3
1
3
0
2
9
2
8
2
7
2
6
2
5
Figure 1-2. TLK100 PIN DIAGRAM, TOP VIEW
XO
3
7
2
4
MII_COL / PHYAD0
VSS
3
8
2
3
MII_RX_CLK
XI
3
9
2
2
MII_CRS / LED_CFG
V18_PFBOUT
4
0
2
1
VDD33_VD11
VDD33_V18
4
1
2
0
VDD11
PWRDNN/INT
4
2
1
9
MII_TX_CLK
1
8
MII_TX_EN
TLK100
1
2
TD+
TD-
VA11_PFBIN2
CLK25OUT
MII_TXD_0
1
1
1
3
VDD33_VA11
4
8
1
0
JTAG_TRSTN
VA11_PFBOUT
MII_TXD_1
9
1
4
8
4
7
7
JTAG_TDO
6
MII_TXD_2
RD+
1
5
5
4
6
RD-
JTAG_TMS
4
MII_TXD_3
V18_PFBIN2
JTAG_TDI
1
6
3
VDD33_IO
4
5
RBIAS
1
7
2
4
4
V18_PFBIN1
JTAG_TCK
1
4
3
VA11_PFBIN1
RESETN
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.............................................. 1
1.1
Features .............................................. 1
1.2
Applications .......................................... 1
1.3
General Description .................................. 1
1.4
System Diagram ..................................... 1
1.5
Pin Layout ............................................ 3
Pin Descriptions ......................................... 5
2.1
Serial Management Interface ........................ 5
2.2
MAC Data Interface .................................. 6
2.3
Clock Interface ....................................... 6
2.4
LED Interface ........................................ 6
2.5
JTAG Interface ....................................... 7
2.6
Reset and Power Down .............................. 7
2.7
Jumper Options ...................................... 8
2.8
10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s PMD Interface ............... 9
2.9
Power and Bias Connections ........................ 9
2.10 Power Supply Configuration ........................ 10
Configuration ........................................... 13
3.1
Auto-Negotiation .................................... 13
3.2
Auto-MDIX .......................................... 14
3.3
PHY Address ....................................... 15
3.4
LED Interface ....................................... 16
3.5
Loopback Functionality ............................. 17
3.6
BIST ................................................ 18
3.7
Cable Diagnostics .................................. 19
Interfaces ................................................ 21
4.1
Media Independent Interface (MII) ................. 21
4.2
Serial Management Interface ....................... 22
Architecture ............................................. 26
Introduction
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5.1
Transmit Path Encoder
5.2
Receive Path Decoder .............................. 28
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5.5
Auto Negotiation ....................................
Reset and Power Down Operation .................
6.1
Hardware Reset ....................................
6.2
Software Reset .....................................
6.3
Power Down/Interrupt ..............................
6.4
Power Down Modes ................................
Design Guidelines .....................................
7.1
TPI Network Circuit .................................
7.2
Clock In (XI) Requirements .........................
7.3
Thermal Vias Recommendation ....................
Register Block .........................................
8.1
Register Definition ..................................
8.2
Register Control Register (REGCR) ................
8.3
Address or Data Register (ADDAR) ................
8.4
Extended Registers .................................
8.5
Cable Diagnostic Registers .........................
Electrical Specifications .............................
9.1
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS .................
9.2
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS ...................
9.3
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS ....
9.4
DC CHARACTERISTICS ...........................
9.5
POWER SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS ...........
9.6
AC Specifications ...................................
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5.3
10M Squelch
30
5.4
Auto MDI/MDI-X Crossover
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10 Appendix A: Digital Spectrum Analyzer (DSA)
Output .................................................... 83
Revision History ............................................ 84
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2 Pin Descriptions
The TLK100 pins are classified into the following interface categories (each interface is described in the
sections that follow):
• Serial Management Interface
• MAC Data Interface
• Clock Interface
• LED Interface
• JTAG Interface
• Reset and Power Down
• Configuration (Jumper) Options
• 10/100 Mb/s PMD Interface
• Special Connect Pins
• Power and Ground pins
Note: Configuration pin option. See Section 2.7 for Jumper Definitions.
The definitions below define the functionality of each pin.
2.1
Type: I
Input
Type: O
Output
Type: I/O
Input/Output
Type: OD
Open Drain
Type: PD, PU
Internal Pulldown/Pullup
Type: S
Configuration Pin (All configuration pins have weak internal pullups or pulldowns. If
a different default value is needed, then use an external 2.2kΩ resistor. See
Section 2.7 for details.)
Serial Management Interface
PIN
NAME
NO.
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
MANAGEMENT DATA CLOCK: Clock signal for the management data input/output (MDIO) interface. The
maximum MDC rate is 25 MHz; there is no minimum MDC rate. MDC is not required to be synchronous to the
MII_TX_CLK or the MII_RX_CLK.
MDC
32
I
MDIO
33
I/O
MANAGEMENT DATA I/O: Bidirectional command / data signal synchronized to MDC. Either the local
controller or the TLK100 may drive the MDIO signal. This pin requires a pull-up resistor with value 1.5 kΩ.
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MAC Data Interface
PIN
NAME
NO.
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
MII_TX_CLK
19
O, PD
MII TRANSMIT CLOCK: : MII Transmit Clock provides 25MHz or 2.5MHz reference
clock depending on the speed.
MII_TX_EN
18
I, PD
MII TRANSMIT ENABLE: MII_TX_EN is presented on the rising edge of the
MII_TX_CLK . It indicates the presence of valid data inputs on MII_TXD[3:0]. It is an
active high signal.
MII_TXD_0
MII_TXD_1
MII_TXD_2
MII_TXD_3
13
14
15
16
IS, I, PD
MII_RX_CLK
23
O
MII_RX_DV
30
S, O, PD
MII RECEIVE DATA VALID: This pin indicates valid data is present on the
corresponding MII_RXD[3:0].
MII_RX_ERR/MDIX_EN
31
S, O, PU
MII RECEIVE ERROR: This pin indicates that an error symbol has been detected within
a received packet.
MII_RXD_0/PHYAD1
MII_RXD_1/PHYAD2
MII_RXD_2/PHYAD3
MII_RXD_3/PHYAD4
25
26
27
28
S, O, PD
MII RECEIVE DATA: Symbols received on the cable are decoded and presented on
these pins synchronous to MII_RX_CLK. They contain valid data when MII_RX_DV is
asserted.
MII_CRS/LED_CFG
22
S, O, PU
MII CARRIER SENSE: This pin is asserted high when the receive medium is non-idle.
MII_COL/PHYAD0
24
S, O, PU
MII COLLISION DETECT: In Full Duplex Mode this pin is always low. In
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX half-duplex modes, this pin is asserted HIGH only when both
the transmit and receive media are non-idle.
2.3
MII TRANSMIT DATA: The transmit data nibble received from the MAC that is
synchronous to the rising edge of the MII_TX_CLK.
MII RECEIVE CLOCK: MII receive clock provides a 25MHz or 2.5MHz reference clock,
depending on the speed, that is derived from the received data stream.
Clock Interface
PIN
NAME
TYPE
NO.
DESCRIPTION
XI
39
I
CRYSTAL/OSCILLATOR INPUT: Reference clock. 25MHz ±50 ppm tolerance crystal reference or
oscillator input. The TLK100 supports either an external crystal resonator connected across pins XI and
XO, or an external CMOS-level oscillator source connected to pin XI only.
XO
37
O
CRYSTAL OUTPUT: Reference Clock output. XO pin is used for crystal only. This pin should be left
floating when an oscillator input is connected to XI.
CLK25OUT
12
O
25 MHz CLOCK OUTPUT: In MII mode, this pin provides a 25 MHz clock output to the system. This
allows other devices to use the reference clock from the TLK100 without requiring additional clock
sources.
2.4
LED Interface
(See Table 3-3 for LED Mode Selection)
PIN
NAME
NO.
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
LED_LINK/AN_0
36
S, O, PU
This pin indicates the status of the link in Mode 1. When the link is good the LED will be ON. In
Mode 2 and Mode 3, this pin indicates transmit and receive activity in addition to the status of the
Link. The LED is ON when Link is good. It will blink when the transmitter or receiver is active.
LED_SPEED/AN_1
35
S, O, PU
This pin indicates the speed of the link. It is ON when the link speed is 100 Mb/s and OFF when it
is 10 Mb/s.
LED_ACT/AN_EN
34
S, O, PU
In mode 1 this pin indicates if there is any activity on the link. It is ON (pulse) when activity is
present on either Transmit or Receive channel. In Mode 3, this LED output may be programmed to
indicate Full-duplex status.
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JTAG Interface
PIN
NAME
NO.
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
JTAG_TCK
44
I, PU
This pin is the test clock.This pin has a weak internal pullup.
JTAG_TDI
45
I, PU
This pin is the test data input.This pin has a weak internal pullup.
JTAG_TDO
47
O
JTAG_TMS
46
I, PU
JTAG_TRST
N
48
I, PU
2.6
This pin is the test data output.
This pin selects the test mode. This pin has a weak internal pullup.
This pin is an active low asynchronous test reset. This pin has a weak internal pullup.
Reset and Power Down
PIN
NAME
RESETN
NO.
43
TYPE
I, PU
DESCRIPTION
This pin is an active Low reset input that initializes or re-initializes all the internal registers of the
TLK100. Asserting this pin low for at least 1 μs will force a reset process to occur. All jumper
options are reinitialized as well.
Register access is required for this pin to be configured either as power down or as an interrupt.
The default function of this pin is power down.
PWRDNN/INT
42
I, OD, PU
When this pin is configured for a power down function, an active low signal on this pin will put the
device is power down mode.
When this pin is configured as an interrupt pin then this pin is asserted low when an interrupt
condition occurs. The pin has an open-drain output with a weak internal pull-up. Some
applications may require an external pull-up resistor.
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Jumper Options
Jumper option is an elegant way to configure the TLK100 into specific modes of operation. Some of the
functional pins are used as jumper options. The logic states of these pins are sampled during reset and
are used to configure the device into specific modes of operation. Below table shows the pins used for the
jumper option and its description. The functional pin name is indicated in parentheses.
A 2.2 kΩ resistor should be used for pull-down or pull-up to change the default jumper option. If the default
option is required, then there is no need for external pull-up or pull down resistors. Since these pins may
have alternate functions after reset is deasserted, they should not be connected directly to VCC or GND.
PIN
NAME
PHYAD0
PHYAD1
PHYAD2
PHYAD3
PHYAD4
(MII_COL)
(MII_RXD_0)
(MII_RXD_1)
(MII_RXD_2)
(MII_RXD_3)
TYPE
NO.
DESCRIPTION
24
25
26
27
28
The TLK100 provides five PHY address pins, the states of which are latched into an
internal register at system hardware reset. The TLK100 supports PHY Address jumpering
values 0 (<00000>) through 31 (<11111>). All PHYAD[4:0] pins have weak internal
pull-down resistors.
S, O, PD
AN_EN: When high, this puts the part into advertised Auto-Negotiation mode with the
capability set by AN_0 and AN_1 pins. When low, this puts the part into Forced Mode with
the capability set by AN_0 and AN_1 pins.
AN_0 / AN_1: These input pins control the forced or advertised operating mode of the
TLK100 according to the following table. The value on these pins is set by connecting the
input pins to GND (0) or VCC (1) through 2.2 kΩ resistors. These pins should NEVER be
connected directly to GND or VCC.
The status of these pins are latched into the Basic Mode Control Register and the
Auto_Negotiation Advertisement Register during Hardware-Reset.
The default is 111 since these pins have internal pull-ups.
AN_EN (LED_ACT)
AN_1 (LED_SPEED)
AN_0 (LED_LINK)
34
35
36
S, O, PU
AN_EN
AN_1
AN_0
Forced Mode
0
0
0
10BASE-T, Half-Duplex
0
0
1
10BASE-T, Full-Duplex
0
1
0
100BASE-TX, Half-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Full-Duplex
0
1
1
AN_EN
AN_1
AN_0
1
0
0
10BASE-T, Half/Full-Duplex
1
0
1
10BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
1
1
0
10BASE-T, Half-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half-Duplex
1
1
1
10BASE-T, Half/Full-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
Advertised Mode
LED_CFG (MII_CRS)
22
S, O, PU
This jumpering option along with LEDCR register bit determines the mode of operation of
the LED pins. Default is Mode 1. All modes are also configurable via register access. See
the table in the LED Interface Section.
MDIX_EN (MII_RX_ERR)
31
S, O, PU
This jumpering option sets the Auto-MDIX mode. By default it enables MDIX. An external
pull-down will disable Auto-MDIX mode.
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10 Mb/s and 100 Mb/s PMD Interface
PIN
NAME
TYPE
NO.
DESCRIPTION
Differential common driver transmit output (PMD Output Pair). These differential outputs are automatically
configured to either 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX signaling.
TD–, TD+
8, 9
I/O
In Auto-MDIX mode of operation, this pair can be used as the Receive Input pair. These pins require 1.8V
or 3.3V bias for operation.
Differential receive input (PMD Input Pair). These differential inputs are automatically configured to accept
either 100BASE-TX or 10BASE-T signaling.
RD–, RD+
5, 6
I/O
In Auto-MDIX mode of operation, this pair can be used as the Transmit Output pair. These pins require
1.8V or 3.3V bias for operation.
2.9
Power and Bias Connections
PIN
NAME
NO.
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
RBIAS
3
I
Bias Resistor Connection. Use a 4.99kΩ 1% resistor connected from RBIAS to GND.
V18_PFBOUT
40
O
1.8V Power Feedback Output. A 1μF capacitor (ceramic preferred), should be placed close to the
V18_PFBOUT.
In single supply operation, connect this pin should be connected to V18_PFBIN1 and V18_PFBIN2 (pin
2 and pin 4). See Figure 2-1 for proper placement pin.
In multiple supply operation, when supplying 1.8V from external supply, this pin should be connected
together with VDD33_V18 (pin 41), V18_PFBIN1 and V18_PFBIN2 (pin 2 and pin 4) to the 1.8V external
supply source. See Figure 2-2 for proper placement pin.
VA11_PFBOUT
10
O
1.1V Analog Power Feedback Output. A 1 μF capacitor (Ceramic preferred), should be placed close to
the VA11_PFBOUT.
In single supply operation this pin should be connected to VA11_PFBIN1 and V11_PFBIN2 (pin 1 and
pin 7). See Figure 2-1 for proper placement pin.
In multiple supply operation, when supplying 1.1V from external supply, this pin should be connected
together with VDD33_VA11 (pin 11), V11_PFBIN1 and V11_PFBIN2 (pin 1 and pin 7) to 1.1V external
supply source. See Figure 2-3 for proper placement pin.
1.8V Power Feedback Input. These pins are fed with power from V18_PFBOUT (pin 40) in single supply
operation.
V18_PFBIN1
2
V18_PFBIN2
4
1.8V from external source in multiple supply operation. A small 1μF capacitor should be connected close
to each pin.
VA11_PFBIN1
1
1.1V Analog Power Feedback Input. These pins are fed with power from: VA11_PFBOUT (pin 10) in
single supply operation.
VA11_PFBIN2
7
VDD11
20
I
I
VDD33_IO
17
29
1.1V from external source in multiple supply operation. A small capacitor of 0.1 μF should be connected
close to each pin.
O
1.1V Core Power Output. A capacitor of 1μF (Ceramic preferred) , should be placed close to the VDD11
P
I/O 3.3V Supply
VDD33_VA11
11
P
External supply input to 1.1V analog regulator
This pin should be connected to 3.3V or 2.5V external supply, in single supply operation.
In multiple supply operation this pin should be connected to external 1.1V supply source.
VDD33_V18
41
P
External supply input to 1.8V regulator
In single supply operation, this pin should be connected to a 3.3V or 2.5V external supply. In multiple
supply operation this pin should be connected to an external 1.8V supply source.
VDD33_VD11
21
P
External supply input to 1.1V Core regulator
This pin should be connected to 3.3V or 2.5V external supply, in single supply operation.
In multiple supply operation this pin should be connected to external 1.1V supply source.
VSS
38
P
Ground pin for Oscillator
GNDPAD
49
P
Ground Pad
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2.10 Power Supply Configuration
The TLK100 provides best-in-class flexibility of power supplies.
• Single supply operation – If a single 3.3V power supply is desired, the TLK100 will sense the presence
of the supply and configure the internal voltage regulators to provide all necessary supply voltages. To
operate in this mode, connect the TLK100 supply pins according to the following scheme:
3.3V
Supply
3.3V
Supply
41
RD–
VDD33_V18
5
40
49.9W
V18_PFBOUT
1 :1
2
1.0mF
49.9W
V18_PFBIN1
0.1mF
11
10
TLK100
VDD33_VA11
RD+
0.1mF*
V18_PFBIN2
0.1mF
RD–
6
RD+
4
.
0.1
mF
3.3V
Supply
8
TD–
TD–
49.9W
VA11_PFBOUT
3.3V
Supply
TD+
0.1mF*
1 :1
1
1.0mF
49.9W
VA11_PFBIN1
T1
RJ 45
0.1mF
9
TD+
7
0.1mF
VA11_PFBIN2
3.3V
Supply
0.1mF
21
VDD33_VD11
VDD33_IO
20
VDD11
VDD33_IO
17
29
1.0mF
•
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Figure 2-1. Power Scheme for Single Supply Operation
Multiple Supply operation – When additional 1.8V and/or 1.1V external power rails are available, the
TLK100 can be configured in various ways as given in Table 2-1. This gives the highest flexibility for
the user and enables significant reduction in power consumption. When using multiple external
supplies, the internal regulators must be disabled by appropriate device connections.
– When an external 1.8V rail is available – Connect the external 1.8V to all following TLK100 pins to
enable proper operation: V18_PFBOUT (pin 40), V18_PFBIN1 (pin 2), V18_PFBIN2 (pin 4) and
VDD33_V18 (pin 41). In addition, connect the 1.8V rail to the transformer center tap to further
reduce the transmission power, as shown in Figure 2-2:
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1.8V
Supply
1.8V
Supply
Pin 41
(VDD33_V18)
Pin 5
(RD–)
Pin 40
(V18_PFBOUT)
49.9W
Pin 2
(V18_PFBIN)
49.9W
1.8V
Supply
1:1
0.1mF
Pin 6
(RD+)
Pin 4
(V18_PFBIN2)
RD–
RD+
0.1mF*
TLK100
Pin 8
(TD–)
TD–
1.8V
Supply
49.9W
TD+
0.1mF*
0.1mF
49.9W
1:1
T1
RJ45
Pin 9
(TD+)
Figure 2-2. Power Scheme for Operation With External 1.8V Supply
– External 1.1V rail – When external 1.1V rail is available – Connect the external 1.1V to the following
pins: VA11_PFBOUT (pin 10), VDD11 (pin 20), VA11_PFBIN1 (pin 1), VA11_PFBIN2 (pin 7),
VDD33_VA11 (pin 11) and VDD33_VD11 (pin 21) as shown in Figure 2-3:
1.1 V
Supply
Pin 11
(VDD33_VA11)
Pin 10
(VA11_PFBOUT)
TLK100
Pin 1
(VA11_PFBIN1)
Pin 7
(VA11_PFBIN2)
Pin 21
(VDD33_VA11)
Pin 20
(VDD11)
•
Figure 2-3. Power Scheme for Operation With External 1.1V Supply
Lowest-power operation – When 1.1V and 1.8V supplies are already available in addition to 3.3V,
designers can take advantage of the lowest-power configuration of the TLK100. By supplying external
1.8 and 1.1V as explained above, all the internal regulators are powered down and the device is fully
driven by the external supplies giving the lowest power operation.
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Other power supply options – Because the TLK100 incorporates independent voltage regulators,
designers may take advantage of several optional configurations, depending on available power supplies.
See Table 2-1 for these options.
Table 2-1. Power Supply Options
MAC I/F
(3.3V)
Transformer CT
(3.3V or 1.8V)
Voltage Source
Voltage Source
Regulator
(ON/OFF)
Voltage Source
Regulators
(ON/OFF)
Voltage Source
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
OFF
1.1V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
OFF
1.1V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
1.8V from
external supply
OFF
1.8V from
external supply
ON
3.3V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
1.8V from
external supply
OFF
1.8V from
external supply
ON
2.5V from
external supply
3.3V from
external supply
1.8V from
external supply
OFF
1.8V from
external supply
OFF
1.1V from
external supply
Mode
Single Supply
Operation
Lowest Power
Consumption
(1.8V)
(1.1V)
When operating with multiple supplies, it is recommended that the 3.3V supply ramps up at least 200ms
before the 1.8V and 1.1V supplies ramp up.
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3 Configuration
This section includes information on the various configuration options available with the TLK100. The
configuration options described below include:
• Auto-Negotiation
• Auto-MDIX
• PHY Address
• LED Interface
• Loopback Functionality
• BIST
• Cable Diagnostics
3.1
Auto-Negotiation
The TLK100 device can auto-negotiate to operate in 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX. If Auto-Negotiation is
enabled, then the TLK100 device negotiates with the link partner to determine the speed and duplex with
which to operate. If the link partner is unable to Auto-Negotiate, the TLK100 device would go into the
parallel detect mode to determine the speed of the link partner. Under parallel detect mode, the duplex
mode is fixed at half-duplex.
The TLK100 supports four different Ethernet protocols (10 Mb/s Half Duplex, 10 Mb/s Full Duplex, 100
Mb/s Half Duplex, and 100 Mb/s Full Duplex), so the inclusion of Auto-Negotiation ensures that the
highest performance protocol will be selected based on the advertised ability of the Link Partner. The
Auto-Negotiation function within the TLK100 can be controlled either by internal register access or by the
use of the AN_EN, AN_1 and AN_0 pins.
The state of AN_EN, AN_0 and AN_1 pins determines whether the TLK100 is forced into a specific mode
or Auto-Negotiation will advertise a specific ability (or set of abilities) as given in Table 2-1. These pins
allow configuration options to be selected without requiring internal register access. The state of AN_EN,
AN_0 and AN_1, upon power-up/reset, determines the state of bits [8:5] of the ANAR register (0x04h).
Table 3-1. Auto-Negotiation Modes
AN_EN
AN_1
AN_0
0
0
0
Forced Mode
10BASE-T, Half-Duplex
0
0
1
10BASE-T, Full-Duplex
0
1
0
100BASE-TX, Half-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Full-Duplex
0
1
1
AN_EN
AN_1
AN_0
1
0
0
10BASE-T, Half/Full-Duplex
1
0
1
10BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
1
1
0
10BASE-T, Half Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half Duplex
1
1
1
10BASE-T, Half/Full-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
Advertised Mode
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The Auto-Negotiation function can also be controlled by internal register access using registers as defined
by the IEEE 802.3u specification. For further detail regarding Auto-Negotiation, see Clause 28 of the IEEE
802.3u specification.
3.2
Auto-MDIX
The TLK100 device automatically determines whether or not it needs to cross over between pairs so that
an external crossover cable is not required. If the TLK100 device interoperates with a device that
implements MDI/MDIX crossover, a random algorithm as described in IEEE 802.3 determines which
device performs the crossover.
Auto-MDIX is enabled by default and can be configured via jumper or via PHYCR (0x10h) register, bits
[6:5].
The crossover can be manually forced through bit 5 of PHYCR (0x10h) register. Neither Auto-Negotiation
nor Auto-MDIX is required to be enabled in forcing crossover of the MDI pairs.
Auto-MDIX can be used in the forced 100BT mode but not in the forced MDIX mode. As in modern
networks all the nodes are 100BT, having the Auto-MDIX working in the forced 100BT mode will resolve
the link faster without the need for the long Auto-Negotiation.
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PHY Address
The 5 PHY address inputs pins are shared with the MII_RXD[3:0] pins and COL pin as shown in
Table 3-2.
Table 3-2. PHY Address Mapping
PIN #
PHYAD FUNCTION
RXD FUNCTION
24
PHYAD0
MII_COL
25
PHYAD1
MII_RXD_0
26
PHYAD2
MII_RXD_1
27
PHYAD3
MII_RXD_2
28
PHYAD4
MII_RXD_3
Each TLK100 or port sharing an MDIO bus in a system must have a unique physical address. With 5
address input pins, the TLK100 can support PHY Address values 0 (<00000>) through 31 (<11111>). The
address-pin states are latched into an internal register at device power-up and hardware reset. Because
all the PHYAD[4:0] pins have weak internal pull-down resistors, the default setting for the PHY address is
00000 (0x00h).
PHYAD4 = 0
PHYAD3 = 0
PHYAD2 = 0
MII_COL
MII_RXD_0
MII_RXD_1
MII_RXD_3
MII_RXD_2
See Figure 3-1 for an example of a PHYAD connection to external components. In this example, the
PHYAD configuration results in address 00010 (0x02h).
PHYAD1 = 1
PHYAD0 = 1
2.2 kW
VCC
B0314-01
Figure 3-1. PHYAD Configuration Example
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LED Interface
The TLK100 supports three configurable Light Emitting Diode (LED) pins. The device supports three LED
configurations: Link, Speed, and Activity. Functions are multiplexed among the LEDs into three modes.
The LEDs can be controlled by configuration pin and/or internal register bits. Bits 6:5 of the LED Direct
Control register (LEDCR) selects the LED mode as described in Table 3-3.
Table 3-3. LED Mode Select
Mode
LED_CFG[1]
(bit 6)
LED_CFG[0]
(bit 5) or (pin 22)
1
don't care
1
ON for Good Link
OFF for No Link
ON in 100 Mb/s
OFF in 10 Mb/s
ON Pulse for Activity
OFF for No Activity
2
0
0
ON for Good Link
BLINK for Activity
ON in 100 Mb/s
OFF in 10 Mb/s
None
3
1
0
ON for Good Link
BLINK for Activity
ON in 100 Mb/s
OFF in 10 Mb/s
ON for Full Duplex
OFF for Half Duplex
LED_LINK
LED_SPEED
LED_ACT
The LED_LINK pin in Mode 1 indicates the link status of the port. It is OFF when no LINK is present. In
Mode 2 and Mode 3 it is ON to indicate Link is good and BLINK to indicate activity is present on either
transmit or receive channel. The blink rate is decided by the bits 9:8 of the LEDCR register (0x18). The
default blink rate is 5Hz.
The LED_SPEED pin indicates 10 or 100 Mb/s data rate of the port. This LED is ON when the device is
operating in 100 Mb/s operation. The functionality of this LED is independent of mode selected.
The LED_ACT pin in Mode 1 indicates the presence of either transmit or receive activity. The LED is ON
(Pulse) for Activity and OFF for No Activity. The width of the pulse is determined by the bits 14:13 of the
LEDCR register (0x18). The default pulse width is 200ms. In mode 3 this pin indicates the Duplex status
of operation. The LED is ON for Full Duplex and OFF for Half Duplex.
Bits 2:0 of the LEDCR register defines the polarity of the signals on the LED pins.
Since the Auto-Negotiation (AN) configuration options share the LED output pins, the external components
required for configuration-pin programming and those for LED usage must be considered in order to avoid
contention.
AN_EN = 1
2.2 kW
LED_LINK
LED_SPEED
LED_ACT/COL
See Figure 3-2 for an example of AN connections to external components. In this example, the AN
programming results in Auto-Negotiation with 10/100 Half/Full-Duplex advertised.
AN1 = 1
2.2 kW
470 W
AN0 = 1
2.2 kW
470 W
470 W
VCC
B0315-01
Figure 3-2. AN Pin Configuration and LED Loading Example
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Loopback Functionality
The TLK100 provides several options for Loopback that test and verify various functional blocks within the
PHY. Enabling loopback mode allows in-circuit testing of the TLK100 digital and analog data path.
Generally, the TLK100 may be configured to one of the Near-end loopback modes or to the Far-end
(reverse) loopback.
3.5.1
Near-End Loopback
Near-end loopback provides the ability to loop the transmitted data back to the receiver via the digital or
analog circuitry. The point at which the signal is looped back is selected using loopback control bits with
several options being provided. Figure 3-3 shows the PHY near-end loopback functionality.
PCS Loopback
Analog Loopback
M
MAC/
Switch
I
I
Signal
Process
PCS
PHY
AFE
PHY Digital
MII Loopback
Digital Loopback
XFMR
RJ45
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
External Loopback
Figure 3-3. Block Diagram, Near-End Loopback Mode
The Near-end Loopback mode is selected by setting the respective bit in the BIST Control Register
(BISCR), MII register address 0x16. Bits 3:0 of the BISCR register are used to set the loopback mode
according to the following:
• Bit [0]: MII Loopback
• Bit [1]: PCS Loopback (in 100BaseTX only)
• Bit [2]: Digital Loopback
• Bit [3]: Analog Loopback
While in Loopback mode the data is looped back and also transmitted onto the media. To ensure proper
operation in Analog Loopback mode 100Ω terminations should be attached to the RJ45 connector.
External Loopback can be performed while working in normal mode (Bits 3:0 of the BISCR register are
assert to 0 and on RJ45 connector pin 1 is shorted to pin 3 and pin 2 is shorted to pin 6).
To maintain the desired operating mode, Auto-Negotiation should be disabled before selecting Loopback
mode. This is not relevant for external-loopback mode.
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Far-End Loopback
Far-end (Reverse) loopback is a special test mode to allow testing the PHY from link partner side. In this
mode data that is received from the link partner pass through the PHY's receiver, looped back on the MII
and transmitted back to the link partner. Figure 3-4 shows Far-end loopback functionality.
MAC/
Switch
M
I
I
PCS
Signal
Process
PHY
AFE
XFMR
CAT5 Cable
&
Link Partner
RJ45
PHY Digital
Reverse Loopback
Figure 3-4. Block Diagram, Far-End Loopback Mode
The Reverse Loopback mode is selected by setting bit 4 in the BIST Control Register (BISCR), MII
register address 0x16.
While in Reverse Loopback mode the data is looped back and also transmitted onto the MAC Interface
and all data signals that come from the MAC are ignored.
3.6
BIST
The TLK100 incorporates an internal PRBS Built-in Self Test (BIST) circuit to accommodate in-circuit
testing or diagnostics. The BIST circuit can be utilized to test the integrity of the transmit and receive data
paths. The BIST testing can be performed using both internal loopback (digital or analog) or external loop
back using a cable fixture. The BIST simulates a real data transfer scenarios using real packets on the
lines. The BIST allows full control of the packets lengths and of the Inter Packet Gap (IPG)
The BIST is implemented with independent transmit and receive paths, with the transmit block generating
a continuous stream of a pseudo random sequence. The TLK100 generates a 23-bit pseudo random
sequence for doing the BIST test. The received data is compared to the generated pseudo-random data
by the BIST Linear Feedback Shift Register (LFSR) to determine the BIST pass/fail status. The number of
error bytes that the PRBS checker received is stored in the BISECR register (0x72h).The number of
transmitted bytes that the PRBS checker received is stored in the BISBCR register (0x71h). The status of
whether the PRBS checker is locked to the incoming receive bit stream, whether the PRBS is in sync or
not and whether the packet generator is busy or not can be found by reading the BISSR register (0x17h).
The PRBS test can be put in a continuous mode or single mode by using the bit 15 of the BISCR register
(0x16h). In the continuous mode, when one of the PRBS counter reaches the maximum value the counter
starts counting from zero again. In the single mode when the PRBS counter reaches its maximum value
the PRBS checker stops counting.
TLK100 allows the user to control the length of the PRBS packet. By programming the BISPLR register
(0x7Bh) register one can set the length of the PRBS packet. There is also an option to generate a single
packet transmission of two types 64 and 1518 bytes through register bit – bit13 of the BISCR register
(0x16h). The single generated packet is composed of a constant data.
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Cable Diagnostics
With the vast deployment of Ethernet devices, the need for reliable, comprehensive and user-friendly
cable diagnostic tool is more important than ever. The wide variety of cables, topologies, and connectors
deployed results with the need to non-intrusively identify and report cable faults. TI cable diagnostic unit
provides extensive information about cable integrity.
The TLK100 offers the following capabilities in its Cable Diagnostic tools kit:
1. Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR).
2. Active Link Cable Diagnostic (ALCD).
3. Digital Spectrum Analyzer (DSA)
3.7.1
TDR
The TLK100 uses Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) to determine the quality of the cables, connectors,
and terminations in addition to estimation of the cable length. Some of the possible problems that can be
diagnosed include opens, shorts, cable impedance mismatch, bad connectors, termination mismatches,
and any other discontinuities on the cable.
The TLK100 device transmits a test pulse of known amplitude (1V) down each of the two pairs of an
attached cable. The transmitted signal continues down the cable and reflects from each cable
imperfection, fault, bad connector and the end of the cable itself. After the pulse transmission the TLK100
measures the return time and amplitude of all these reflected pulses. This technique enables measuring
the distance and magnitude (impedance) of non-terminated cables (open or short), discontinuities (bad
connectors), and improperly-terminated cables with an accuracy of ±1m.
To do this, the TLK100 uses a RAM with up to 256 samples to record all the input sampled data (Equals
to max possible measured cable length of over 200m). The TLK100 also uses soft data averaging to
reduce noise and improve accuracy. The TLK100 is capable of recording up to five reflections within the
tester pair. In case more than 5 reflections were recorded the TLK100 will save the last 5 of them.
For all TDR measurements, the transformation between time of arrival and physical distance is done by
the external host using minor computations (such as multiplication/addition and lookup tables). The host
must know the expected propagation delay of the cable, which depends, among other things, on the cable
category (e.g. CAT5/CAT5e/CAT6).
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ALCD
The TLK100 also supports Active Link Cable Diagnostic (ALCD). The ALCD offers a passive method to
estimate the cable length during active link. It uses passive digital signal processing based on adapted
data thus enabling measurement of cable length with an active link partner.
The ALCD also uses pre-defined parameters according to the cable properties (e.g. CAT5/CAT5e/CAT6)
in order to achieve higher accuracy in the estimated cable length. The ALCD Cable length measurement
accuracy is +/-5m for the pair used in the Rx path (due to the passive nature of the test we measure only
the pair on the Rx path).
3.7.3
DSA
The TLK100 also offers a unique capability of Digital Spectrum Analyzer (DSA). The DSA enables a
detailed analysis of the channel frequency response (Magnitude only). The DSA has the following
capabilities:
• Produce channel frequency response in resolution of 119.2Hz.
• Save up to 512 bins per DSA run.
• Full control in the analyzed frequency bins location and resolution.
• Programmable options for input data for the DSA:
– Use raw data taken directly from the channel
– Use adapted data that passed digital signal processing
• Use additional filtering for smoothing the total channel frequency response.
• Build in averaging for more accurate results
NOTE: For an example of the DSA output please see appendix A
To reset the cable diagnostic registers, set bit 14 of RAMCR2 register (0x0D01) to '1'. Writing software
global reset 0x001F bit 15 does not reset the cable diagnostic registers.
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4 Interfaces
4.1
Media Independent Interface (MII)
The Media Independent Interface (MII) is a synchronous 4-bit wide nibble data interface that connects the
PHY to the MAC in 100B-TX and 10B-T modes. The MII is fully compliant with IEEE802.3-2002 clause 22.
The MII consists of the data signals MII_TXD[3:0] and MII_RXD[3:0], transmit and receive valid signals
MII_TX_EN and MII_RX_DV, error signal MII_RX_ERR and transmit/receive clocks MII_TX_CLK and
MII_RX_CLK. In addition, the interface consists of asynchronous line status signals MII_CRS and
MII_COL, indicating carrier sense and collision. Data on MII_TXD[3:0] and MII_RXD[3:0] are latched with
reference to the edges of MII_RX_CLK and MII_TX_CLK clocks respectively as defined in the MII timing
diagrams 22-14 and 22-15 of IEEE802.3-2002 clause 22. Both clocks are sourced by the PHY. In
100B-TX mode, the MII_RX_CLK and MII_TX_CLK source 25MHz clocks and in 10B-T, they source
2.5MHz clocks.
Figure 4-1 describes the MII signals connectivity.
TLK100
MAC
TX_CLK
MII_TX_CLK
MII_TX_EN
TX_EN
TXD [3:0]
MII_TXD [3:0]
RX_CLK
MII_RX_CLK
MII_RX_DV
RX_DV
RX_ER
MII_RX_ERR
MII_RXD [3:0]
RXD [3:0]
CRS
MII_CRS
MII_COL
COL
Figure 4-1. MII Signaling
The isolate register 0.10 defined in IEEE802.3-2002 used to electrically isolate the PHY from the MII (if
set, all transactions on the MII interface are ignored by the PHY).
Additionally, the MII interface includes the carrier sense signal MII_CRS, as well as a collision detect
signal MII_COL. The MII_CRS signal asserts to indicate the reception of data from the network or as a
function of transmit data in Half Duplex mode. The MII_COL signal asserts as an indication of a collision
which can occur during half-duplex operation when both transmit and receive operation occur
simultaneously.
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Serial Management Interface
The Serial Management Interface (SMI), provides access to the TLK100’s internal registers space for
status information and configuration. The SMI is compatible with IEEE802.3-2002 clause 22. The
implemented register set consists of all the registers required by the IEEE802.3-2002 in addition to several
others, providing additional visibility and controllability of the TLK100 device.
The SMI includes the MDC management clock input and the management MDIO data pin. The MDC clock
is sourced by the external management entity (also referred to as STA), and can run at maximum clock
rate of 25MHz. MDC is not expected to be continuous, and can be turned off by the external management
entity when the bus is idle.
The MDIO is sourced by the external management entity and by the PHY. The data on the MDIO pin is
latched on the rising edge of the MDC clock. The MDIO pin requires a pull-up resistor (1.5kΩ) which,
during IDLE and turnaround, pulls MDIO high.
Up to 32 PHYs can share a common SMI bus. To distinguish between the PHYs, a 5-bit address is used.
During power-up reset, the TLK100 latches the PHYAD[4:0] configuration pins (Pin 25 to Pin 28) to
determine its address.
The management entity must not start an SMI transaction in the first cycle after power-up reset.
To maintain legal operation, SMI bus should remain inactive at least one MDC cycle after hard reset is
de-asserted.
In normal MDIO transactions, the register address is taken directly from the management frame’s
reg_addr field, thus allowing direct access to 32 16-bit registers (including those defined in IEEE802.3
and vendor specific). The data field is used for both reading and writing.
The Start code is indicated by a <01> pattern. This makes sure that the MDIO line transitions from the
default idle line state. Turnaround is defined as an idle bit time inserted between the Register Address
field and the Data field. To avoid contention during a read transaction, no device may actively drive the
MDIO signal during the first bit of Turnaround. The addressed TLK100 drives the MDIO with a zero for the
second bit of turnaround and follows this with the required data. Figure 4-2 shows the timing relationship
between MDC and the MDIO as driven/received by the Station (STA) and the TLK100 (PHY) for a typical
register read access.
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For write transactions, the station-management entity writes data to the addressed TLK100, thus
eliminating the requirement for MDIO Turnaround. The Turnaround time is filled by the management entity
by inserting <10>. Figure 4-3 shows the timing relationship for a typical MII register write access. The
frame structure and general read/write transactions are shown in Table 4-1, Figure 4-2, and Figure 4-3.
Table 4-1. Typical MDIO Frame Format
MII Management Serial Protocol
<idle><start><op code><device addr><reg addr><turnaround><data><idle>
Read Operation
<idle><01><10><AAAAA><RRRRR><Z0><xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx><idle>
Write Operation
<idle><01><01><AAAAA><RRRRR><10><xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx><idle>
MDC
Z
MDIO Z
(STA)
Z
MDIO
(PHY)
0
Z
Idle
1
Start
1
0
0
Opcode
(Read)
1
1
0
0
0
PHY Address
(PHYAD = 0Ch)
0
0
0
Z
0 Z 0
Register Address
(00h = BMCR)
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Register Data
TA
Z
Idle
Figure 4-2. Typical MDC/MDIO Read Operation
MDC
MDIO
(STA)
Z
Z
Idle
Z
0
1
Start
0
1
Opcode
(Read)
0
1
1
0
PHY Address
(PHYAD = 0Ch)
0
0
0
0
0
0
Register Address
(00h = BMCR)
1
0
0
0
0
0
TA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Register Data
Z
Idle
Figure 4-3. Typical MDC/MDIO Write Operation
4.2.1
Extended Address Space Access
The TLK100 SMI function supports read/write access to the extended register set using registers
REGCR(0x000Dh) and ADDAR(0x000Eh) and the MDIO Manageable Device (MMD) indirect method
defined in IEEE802.3ah Draft for clause 22 for accessing the clause 45 extended register set.
Accessing the standard register set, i.e. MDIO registers 0 to 31, can be performed using the normal direct
MDIO access or the indirect method, except for register REGCR(0x000Dh) and ADDAR(0x000Eh) which
can be accessed only using the normal MDIO transaction. The SMI function will ignore indirect accesses
to these registers.
REGCR(0x000Dh) is the MDIO Manageable MMD access control. In general, register REGCR(4:0) is the
device address DEVAD that directs any accesses of ADDAR(0x000Eh) register to the appropriate MMD.
Specifically, the TLK100 uses the vendor specific DEVAD[4:0] = "11111" for accesses. All accesses
through registers REGCR and ADDAR should use this DEVAD. Transactions with other DEVAD are
ignored. REGCR[15:14] holds the access function: address (00), data with no post increment (01), data
with post increment on read and writes (10) and data with post increment on writes only (11).
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ADDAR is the address/data MMD register. It is used in conjunction with REGCR to provide the access
to the extended register set. If register REGCR[15:14] is 00, then ADDAR holds the address of the
extended address space register. Otherwise, ADDAR holds the data as indicated by the contents of its
address register. When REGCR[15:14] is set to 00, accesses to register ADDAR modify the extended
register set address register. This address register should always be initialized in order to access any
of the register within the extended register set.
When REGCR[15:14] is set to 01, accesses to register ADDAR access the register within the extended
register set selected by the value in the address register.
When REGCR[15:14] is set to 10, access to register ADDAR access the register within the extended
register set selected by the value in the address register. After that access is complete, for both reads
and writes, the value in the address register is incremented.
When REGCR[15:14] is set to 11, access to register ADDAR access the register within the extended
register set selected by the value in the address register. After that access is complete, for write
accesses only, the value in the address register is incremented. For read accesses, the value of the
address register remains unchanged.
The following sections describe how to perform operations on the extended register set using register
REGCR and ADDAR.
4.2.1.1
Write Address Operation
To set the address register:
1. Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
2. Write the desired register address to register ADDAR.
Subsequent writes to register ADDAR (step 2) continue to write the address register.
4.2.1.2
Read Address Operation
To read the address register:
1. Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
2. Read the register address from register ADDAR.
Subsequent reads to register ADDAR (step 2) continue to read the address register.
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write an extended register set register:
Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
Write the desired register address to register ADDAR.
Write the value 0x401F (data, no post increment function field = 01, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
Write the content of the desired extended register set register to register ADDAR.
Subsequent writes to register ADDAR (step 4) continue to rewrite the register selected by the value in the
address register.
Note: steps (1) and (2) can be skipped if the address register was previously configured.
4.2.1.4
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
Read (no post increment) Operation
read an extended register set register:
Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
Write the desired register address to register ADDAR.
Write the value 0x401F (data, no post increment function field = 01, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
Read the content of the desired extended register set register to register ADDAR.
Subsequent reads from register ADDAR (step 4) continue reading the register selected by the value in the
address register.
Note: steps (1) and (2) can be skipped if the address register was previously configured.
4.2.1.5
Write (post increment) Operation
1. Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
2. Write the register address from register ADDAR.
3. Write the value 0x801F (data, post increment on reads and writes function field = 10, DEVAD = 31) or
the value 0xC01F (data, post increment on writes function field = 11. DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
4. Write the content of the desired extended register set register to register ADDAR.
Subsequent writes to register ADDAR (step 4) write the next higher addressed data register selected by
the value of the address register, i.e address register is incremented after each access.
4.2.1.6
Read (post increment) Operation
To read an extended register set register and automatically increment the address register to the next
higher value following the write operation:
1. Write the value 0x001F (address function field = 00, DEVAD = 31) to register REGCR.
2. Write the desired register address to register ADDAR.
3. Write the value 0x801F (data, post increment on reads and writes function field = 10, DEVAD = 31) to
register REGCR.
4. Read the content of the desired extended register set register to register ADDAR.
Subsequent reads to register ADDAR (step 4) read the next higher addressed data register selected by
the value of the address register, i.e address register is incremented after each access.
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5 Architecture
The TLK100 Fast Ethernet transceiver is physical layer core for Ethernet 100Base-TX and 10Base-T
applications. It contains all the active circuitry required to implement the physical layer functions to
transmit and receive data on standard CAT 3 and 5 unshielded twisted pair. The core supports the IEEE
802.3 Standard Fast Media Independent Interface (MII) for direct connection to a MAC/Switch port.
The TLK100 uses mixed signal processing to perform equalization, data recovery and error correction to
achieve robust and low power operation over the existing CAT 5 twisted pair wiring. The TLK100
architecture not only meets the requirements of IEEE802.3, but maintains a high level of margin over the
IEEE requirements for NEXT and Alien noise.
4B/5B
encoding
Scrambler
NRZ to NRZI
Convertor
MLT-3
encoding
D/A
Convertor
100Base TX
Line Driver
10Base T
Filter
10Base T
Line Driver
Transmit
Manchester
encoding
Adv.
Link Monitor
MII
Receive
10Base T
Receive
Filter
Manchester
decoding
4B/5B
decoding
DeScrambler
NRZI to NRZ
Convertor
100Base TX
10Base-T
MLT-3
decoding
DSP (BLW
Correction,
Adapt. Equal)
ADC (Filter,
Amplifierl)
Figure 5-1. PHY Architecture
5.1
Transmit Path Encoder
In 10Base-T, the MAC feeds the 10Mbps transmit data through the MII in 4-bit wide nibbles. The data is
serialized using an NRZI converter; Manchester encoded and sent to DAC to be transmitted through one
of the twisted pairs of the cable. When no data is available from the MAC, the 10B-T encoder transmits
NLP pulses to keep the link alive.
In 100Base-TX, the MAC feeds the 100Mbps transmit data in 4-bit wide nibbles through the MII interface.
The data is encoded into 5-bit code groups, encapsulated with control code symbols and serialized. The
control-code symbols indicate the start and end of the frame and code other information such as transmit
errors. When no data is available from the MAC, IDLE symbols are constantly transmitted. The serialized
bit stream is fed into a scrambler. The scrambled data stream passes through an NRZI encoder and then
through an MLT3 encoder. Finally, it is fed to the DAC and transmitted through one of the twisted pairs of
the cable.
5.1.1
4B/5B Encoding
The transmit data that is received from the MAC first passes through the 4B/5B encoder. This block
encodes 4-bit nibble into 5-bit code-groups according to the Table 5-1. Each 4-bit data nibble is mapped to
16 of the 32 possible code-groups. The remaining 16 code-groups are either used for control information
or they are considered as not valid.
The code-group encoder substitutes the first 8-bits of the MAC preamble with a J/K code-group pair
(11000 10001) upon transmission. The code-group encoder continues to replace subsequent 4-bit
preamble and data nibbles with corresponding 5-bit code-groups. At the end of the transmit packet, upon
the de-assertion of Transmit Enable signal from the MAC, the code-group encoder adds the T/R
code-group pair (01101 00111) indicating the end of the frame.
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After the T/R code-group pair, the code-group encoder continuously adds IDLEs into the transmit data
stream until the next transmit packet is detected.
Table 5-1. 4B/5B Code Table
4-Bit Code
Symbol
5-Bit Code
0000
0
11110
0001
1
01001
0010
2
10100
0011
3
10101
0100
4
01010
0101
5
01011
0110
6
01110
0111
7
01111
1000
8
10010
1001
9
10011
1010
A
10110
1011
B
10111
1100
C
11010
1101
D
11011
1110
E
11100
F
11101
1111
IDLE AND CONTROL CODES
DESCRIPTION
Symbol (1)
5-Bit Code
Inter-Packet IDLE
I
11111
First nibble of SSD
J
11000
Second nibble of SSD
K
10001
First nibble of ESD
T
01101
Second nibble of ESD
R
00111
Transmit Error Symbol
H
00100
INVALID CODES
(1)
5.1.2
V
00000
V
00001
V
00010
V
00011
V
00101
V
00110
V
01000
V
01100
Control code-groups I, J, K, T and R in data fields will be mapped as invalid codes, together with
RX_ER asserted.
Scrambler
The purpose of the scrambler is to flatten the power spectrum of the transmitted signal, thus reduce EMI.
The scrambler seed is generated with reference to the PHY address so that multiple PHYs that reside
within the system will not use the same scrambler sequence.
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NRZI and MLT-3 Encoding
To comply with the TP-PMD standard for 100BASE-TX transmission over CAT-5 unshielded twisted pair
cable, the scrambled data must be NRZI encoded. The serial binary data stream output from the NRZI
encoder is further encoded to MLT-3. MLT-3 is a tri-level code where a change in the logic level
represents a code bit '1' and the logic output remaining at the same level represents a code bit '0'.
5.1.4
Digital to Analog Converter
The multipurpose programmable transmit Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) receives digital coded
symbols and generates filtered analog symbols to be transmitted on the line. In 100B-TX the DAC applies
a low-pass shaping filter to minimize EMI. The DAC is designed to improve the return loss requirements
and enable the use of low-cost transformers.
Digital pulse-shape filtering is also applied in order to conform to the pulse masks defined by standard and
to reduce EMI and high frequency signal harmonics.
In 10Base-T, the Manchester coded symbols are fed through a pre-equalization filter.
5.2
Receive Path Decoder
In 10B-T, after the far end clock is recovered, the received Manchester symbols pass to the Manchester
decoder. The serial decoded bit stream is aligned to the start of the frame, de-serialized to 4-bit wide
nibbles and sent to the MAC through the MII.
In 100B-TX, the adaptive equalizer drives the received symbols to the MLT3 decoder. The decoded NRZ
symbols are transferred to the descrambler block for de-scrambling and de-serialization.
5.2.1
Analog Front End
The Receiver Analog Front End (AFE) resides in front of the 100B-TX receiver. It consists of an Analog to
Digital Converter (ADC), receive filters and a Programmable Gain Amplifier (PGA).
The ADC samples the input signal at the 125MHz clock recovered by the timing loop and feeds the data
into the adaptive equalizer. The ADC is designed to optimize the SNR performance at the receiver input
while utilizing high power-supply rejection ratio and maintaining low power. There is only one ADC in
TLK100, which receives the analog input data from the relevant cable pair, according to MDI-MDIX
resolution.
The PGA, digitally controlled by the adaptive equalizer, fully utilizes the dynamic range of the ADC by
adjusting the incoming-signal amplitude. Generally, the PGA attenuates short-cable strong signals and
amplifies long-cable weak signals.
5.2.2
Adaptive Equalizer
The adaptive equalizer removes Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI) from the received signal introduced by the
channel and analog Tx/Rx filters. The TLK100 includes both Feed Forward Equalization (FFE) and
Decision Feedback Equalization (DFE). The combination of the both adaptive modules with the adaptive
gain control results in a powerful equalizer that can eliminate ISI and compensate over the cable
attenuation for cables of up to 200m and even more. In addition, the Equalizer includes a Shift Gear Step
mechanism to provide fast convergence on the one hand and small residual-adaptive noise in Steady
state on the other hand.
5.2.3
Baseline Wander Correction
The DC offset of the transmitted signal is shifted down or up based on the polarity of the transmitted data
because the MLT-3 data is coupled onto the CAT 5 cable through a transformer that is high-pass in
nature. This phenomenon is called Baseline wander. To prevent corruption of the received data because
of this phenomenon, the receiver corrects the baseline wander and can receive the ANSI TP-PMD defined
"killer packet" with no bit errors.
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NRZI and MMLT-3 Decoding
The TLK100 decodes the MLT-3 information from the Digital Adaptive Equalizer block to binary NRZI
data. The NRZI-to-NRZ decoder is used to present NRZ-formatted data to the descrambler.
5.2.5
Descrambler
The descrambler is used to descramble the received NRZ data. It is further deserialized and the
parallelized data is aligned to 5-bit code-groups and mapped into 4-bit nibbles. At initialization, the
100B-TX descrambler uses the IDLE-symbols sequence to lock on the far-end scrambler state. During
that time, neither data transmission nor reception is enabled. After the far-end scrambler state is
recovered, the descrambler constantly monitors the data and checks whether it still synchronized. If, for
any reason, synchronization is lost, the descrambler tries to re-acquire synchronization using the IDLE
symbols.
5.2.6
45/5B Decoder
The code-group decoder functions as a look up table that translates incoming 5-bit code-groups into 4-bit
nibbles. The code-group decoder first detects the J/K code-group pair preceded by IDLE code-groups and
replaces the J/K with a MAC preamble. Specifically, the J/K 10-bit code-group pair is replaced by the
nibble pair (0101 0101). All subsequent 5-bit code-groups are converted to the corresponding 4-bit nibbles
for the duration of the entire packet. This conversion ceases upon the detection of the T/R code-group pair
denoting the End-of-Stream Delimiter (ESD), or on the reception of a minimum of two IDLE code-groups.
5.2.7
Timing Loop and Clock Recovery
The receiver must lock on the far-end transmitter clock in order to sample the data at the optimum timing.
The timing loop recovers the far-end clock frequency and offset from the received data samples and
tracks instantaneous phase drifts caused by timing jitter.
The TLK100 has a robust adaptive-timing loop (Tloop) mechanism that is responsible for tracking the
Far-End TX clock and adjusting the AFE sampling point to the incoming signal. The Tloop implements an
advanced tracking mechanism that when combined with different available phases, always keeps track of
the optimized sampling point for the data, and thus offers a robust RX path to both PPM and Jitter. The
TLK100 is capable of dealing with PPM and jitter at levels far higher than those defined by the standard.
5.2.8
Phase-Locked Loops (PLL)
In 10B-T the digital phase lock loop (DPLL) function recovers the far-end link-partner clock from the
received Manchester signal The DPLL is able to combat clock jittering of up to ±18ns and frequency drifts
of ±500ppm between the local PHY clock and the far-end clock. The DPLL feeds the decoder with a
decoded serial bit stream.
The integrated analog Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) provides the clocks to the analog and digital sections of
the PHY. The PLL is driven by an external reference clock (sourced at the XI,XO pins).
5.2.9
Link Monitor
The TLK100 implements the link monitor SM as defined by the IEEE 802.3 100BASE-TX Standard. In
addition, the TLK100 enables several add-ons to the link monitor State Machine(SM) activated by
configuration bits. These add-ons are supplementary to the IEEE standard and are enabled by default.
The new add-ons include the recovery state which enables the PHY to attempt recovery in the event of a
temporary energy loss situation or link failure before entering LINK_FAIL state, and thus, restarting the
whole link establishment procedure. This allows significant reduction of the recovery time if the temporary
link is lost.
To move to the LINK_DOWN state, the link monitor state machine relies on various criteria such as
descrambler synchronization failure, SNR, and energy indications. These criteria allow the TLK100 to
reach the fast link down time mode when required.
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5.2.10 Signal Detect
The signal detect function of the TLK100 is incorporated to meet the specifications mandated by the
ANSIFDDI TP-PMD Standard as well as the IEEE 802.3 100BASE-TX Standard for both voltage
thresholds and timing parameters.
The energy-detector module provides signal-strength indication in various scenarios. Because it is based
on an IIR filter, this robust energy detector has excellent reaction time and reliability. The filter output is
compared to predefined thresholds in order to decide the presence or absence of an incoming signal.
The energy detector also implements hysteresis to avoid jittering in the signal-detect indication. In addition
it has fully-programmable thresholds and listening-time periods, enabling shortening of the reaction time if
required.
5.2.11 Bad SSD Detection
A Bad Start of Stream Delimiter (Bad SSD) is any transition from consecutive idle code-groups to non-idle
code-groups which is not prefixed by the code-group pair /J/K. If this condition is detected, the TLK100
asserts MII_RX_ERR presents MII_RXD[3:0] = 1110 to the MII for the cycles that correspond to received
5B code-groups until at least two IDLE code groups are detected. In addition, the FCSCR register (0x42h)
is incremented by one for every error in the nibble.
When at least two IDLE code groups are detected, RX_ER and MII_CRS become de-asserted.
5.3
10M Squelch
The squelch feature determines when valid data is present on the differential receive inputs. The TLK100
implements a squelch to prevent impulse noise on the receive inputs from being mistaken for a valid
signal. Squelch operation is independent of the 10BASE-T operating mode. The squelch circuitry employs
a combination of amplitude and timing measurements (as specified in the IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T
standard) to determine the validity of data on the twisted-pair inputs.
The signal at the start of a packet is checked by the squelch, and any pulses not exceeding the squelch
level (either positive or negative, depending upon polarity) are rejected. When this first squelch level is
exceeded correctly, the opposite squelch level must then be exceeded no earlier than 50ns. Finally, the
signal must again exceed the original squelch level no earlier than 50ns to qualify as a valid input
waveform, and not be rejected. This checking procedure results in the typical loss of three preamble bits
at the beginning of each packet. When the transmitter is operating, five consecutive transitions are
checked before indicating that valid data is present. At this time, the squelch circuitry is reset.
5.3.1
Collision Detection
When in Half-Duplex mode, a 10BASE-T collision is detected when receive and transmit channels are
active simultaneously. Collisions are reported by the MII_COL signal on the MII.
The MII_COL signal remains set for the duration of the collision. If the PHY is receiving when a collision is
detected, it is reported immediately (through the MII_COL pin).
5.3.2
Carrier Sense
Carrier Sense (MII_CRS) may be asserted due to receive activity after valid data is detected via the
squelch function. For 10Mb/s Half Duplex operation, MII_CRS is asserted during either packet
transmission or reception. For 10Mb/s Full Duplex operation, MII_CRS is asserted only during receive
activity.
MII_CRS is de-asserted following an end-of-packet.
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Jabber Function
Jabber is a condition in which a station transmits for a period of time longer than the maximum permissible
packet length, usually due to a fault condition. The jabber function monitors the TLK100 output and
disables the transmitter if it attempts to transmit a packet of longer than legal size. A jabber timer monitors
the transmitter and disables the transmission if the transmitter is active for approximately 100ms.
When disabled by the Jabber function, the transmitter stays disabled for the entire time that the ENDEC
module's internal transmit enable is asserted. This signal must be de-asserted for approximately 500ms
(the unjab time) before the Jabber function re-enables the transmit outputs.
The Jabber function is only available and active in 10BASE-T mode.
5.3.4
Automatic Link Polarity Detection and Correction
Swapping the wires within the twisted pair causes polarity errors. Wrong polarity affects the 10B-T PHYs.
The 100B-TX is invulnerable to polarity problems because it uses MLT3 encoding. The 10B-T
automatically detects reversed polarity according to the received link pulses or data.
5.3.5
10Base-T Transmit and Receive Filtering
External 10BASE-T filters are not required when using the TLK100, as the required signal conditioning is
integrated into the device. Only isolation transformers and impedance matching resistors are required for
the 10BASE-T transmit and receive interface. The internal transmit filtering ensures that all the harmonics
in the transmit signal are attenuated by at least 30dB.
5.3.6
10Base-T Operational Modes
The TLK100 has two basic 10BASE-T operational modes:
• Half Duplex mode – In Half Duplex mode the TLK100 functions as a standard IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T
transceiver supporting the CSMA/CD protocol.
• Full Duplex mode – In Full Duplex mode the TLK100 is capable of simultaneously transmitting and
receiving without asserting the collision signal. The TLK100 10 Mb/s ENDEC is designed to encode
and decode simultaneously.
5.4
Auto MDI/MDI-X Crossover
The auto MDI/MDI-X crossover function detects wire crossover (also referred to as MDI/MDI-X). It
automatically performs the pair swaps such that each transmitter is connected to its link partner receiver
and vice versa, without using an external crossed cable. The auto MDI/MDI-X crossover function is
capable of establishing a link with PHYs that do not implement a cross over mechanism.
Table 5-2. MDI/MDI-X Pair Swaps Combinations
PIN
MDI
MDI-X
10B-T
100B-TX
10B-T
100B-TX
TD± (pin 8,9)
TD
TD
RD
RD
RD± (pin 5,6)
RD
RD
TD
TD
Detecting link pulses or energy on one or more of the MDI pins determines the crossover state and
whether there is a need to perform a swap. If both link partners implement the MDI/MDI-X crossover, then
a random algorithm, compliant with one described in IEEE 802.3 section 40.4.4 is used. If the other link
partner is a legacy 10B-T PHY then the same algorithm is used. If the other link partner is a legacy
100B-TX PHY, then the crossover state is determined according to the signal detection function.
As described, the link partners’ configuration and abilities, whether they use the auto negotiation and/or
activate a crossover mechanism, greatly influence the method picked by the crossover function to
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determine if and how to cross. In some of the configurations, there may be situations in which the link is
not established. Particularly, it may occur if the TLK100 is forced to operate in 10B-T or 100B-TX modes
(auto-negotiation is disabled) and the other link partner activates auto-negotiation. For that reason, it is
recommended to disable the auto MDI/MDI-X function prior to disabling the auto-negotiation. However, the
user has the full ability to control the auto negotiation and the auto MDI/MDIX independently.
The cross-over mechanism can be turned off and forced to the MDI or MDI-X state by setting configuration
pin MDIX_EN (Pin 31), whose state is latched during power-up reset. When MDIX_EN is set to ‘0’, then
the crossover mechanism is disabled and the PHY operates in MDI or MDI/X mode respectively. If the pin
is set to '1', then the cross-over mechanism is enabled and MDI/MDI-X state is selected during operation.
The auto MDI/MDI-X crossover function is controlled by register PHYCR(0x10) bits [6:5]. MDI/MDI-X
status can be read through register PHYSR(0x11) bit 8.
5.5
5.5.1
Auto Negotiation
Operation
The auto negotiation function, described in detail in IEEE802.3 chapter 28, provides the means to
exchange information between two devices and automatically configure both of them to take maximum
advantage of their abilities. The auto negotiation uses the 10B-T link pulses. It encapsulates the
transmitted data in sequence of pulses, also referred to as a Fast Link Pulses (FLP) burst. The FLP Burst
consists of a series of closely spaced 10B-T link integrity test pulses that form an alternating clock/data
sequence. Extraction of the data bits from the FLP Burst yields a Link Code Word that identifies the
operational modes supported by the remote device, as well as some information used for the auto
negotiation function’s handshake mechanism.
The information exchanged between the devices during the auto-negotiation process consists of the
devices' abilities such as duplex support and speed. It allows higher levels of the network (MAC) to send
to the other link partner vendor-specific data (via the Next Page mechanism, see below), and provides the
mechanism for both parties to agree on the highest performance mode of operation.
When auto negotiation has started, the TLK100 transmits FLP on one twisted pair and listens on the other,
thus trying to find out whether the other link partner supports the auto negotiation function as well. The
decision on what pair to transmit/listen depends on the MDI/MDI-X state. If the other link partner activates
auto negotiation, then the two parties begin to exchange their information. If the other link partner is a
legacy PHY or does not activate the auto negotiation, then the TLK100 uses the parallel detection
function, as described in IEEE802.3 chapters 40 and 28, to determine 10B-T or 100B-TX operation
modes. BMCR Register bit 6 reports whether the link was established using the auto negotiation or
parallel detection functions.
5.5.2
Initialization and Restart
The TLK100 initiates the auto negotiation function if it is enabled through the configuration jumper options
AN_EN, AN_1 and AN_0 (pins 34,35,36) and one of the following events has happened:
1. Hardware reset de-assertion.
2. Software reset (via register).
3. Auto negotiation restart (via register BMCR (0x0000h) bit 9).
4. Power-up sequence (via register BMCR (0x0000h) bit 11 ).
The auto-negotiation function is also initiated when the auto-negotiation enable bit is set in register BMCR
(0x0000h) bit 12 and one of the following events has happened:
1. Software restart.
2. Transitioning to link_fail state, as described in IEEE802.3.
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To disable the auto-negotiation function during operation, clear register BMCR (0x0000h) bit 12. During
operation, setting/resetting this register does not affect the TLK100 operation. For the changes to take
place, issue a restart command through register BMCR (0x0000h) bit 9.
5.5.3
Configuration Bits
The auto-negotiation options can be configured through the configuration bits AN_EN, AN_1 and AN_0 as
described in Table 5-3. The configuration bits allow the user to disable/enable the auto negotiation, and
select the desirable advertisement features.
During hardware/software reset, the values of these configuration bits are latched into the auto-negotiation
registers and available for user read and modification.
Table 5-3. Auto-Negotiation Modes
5.5.4
AN_EN
AN_1
AN_0
0
0
0
10BASE-T, Half-Duplex
Forced Mode
0
0
1
10BASE-T, Full-Duplex
0
1
0
100BASE-TX, Half-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Full-Duplex
0
1
1
AN_EN
AN1
AN0
1
0
0
10BASE-T, Half/Full-Duplex
1
0
1
10BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
1
1
0
10BASE-T,Half-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half-Duplex
1
1
1
10BASE-T,Half/Full-Duplex
100BASE-TX, Half/Full-Duplex
Advertised Mode
Next Page Support
The TLK100 supports the optional feature of the transmission and reception of auto-negotiation additional
(vendor specific) next pages.
If next pages are needed, then the user must set register ANAR(0x0004h) bit 15 to '1'. The next pages are
then sent and received through registers ANNPTR(0x0007h) and ANLNPTR(0x0008h), respectively. The
user must poll register ANER(0x0006h) bit 1 to check whether a new page has been received, and then
read register ANLNPTR for the received next page's content. Only after register ANLNPTR is read may
the user write to register ANNPTR the next page to be transmitted. After register ANNPTR is written, new
next pages overwrite the contents of register ANLNPTR.
If register ANAR(0x0004h) bit 15 is set, then the next page sequence is controlled by the user, meaning
that the auto-negotiation function always waits for register ANNPTR to be written before transmitting the
next page.
If additional user-defined next pages are transmitted and the link partner has more next pages to send, it
is the user's responsibility to keep writing null pages (of value 0x2001) to register ANNPTR until the link
partner notifies that it has sent its last page (by setting bit 15 of its transmitted next page to zero).
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6 Reset and Power Down Operation
At power up it is recommended to have the external reset pin (RESETN) active (low). The RESETN pin
should be de-asserted 200μs after the power is ramped up to allow the internal circuits to settle and for
the internal regulators to be stabilized. If required during normal operation, the device can be reset by a
hardware or software reset.
6.1
Hardware Reset
A hardware reset is accomplished by applying a low pulse (TTL level), with a duration of at least 1μs, to
the RESETN. This will reset the device such that all registers will be reinitialized to default values and the
hardware configuration values will be re-latched into the device (similar to the power-up/reset operation).
6.2
Software Reset
A software reset is accomplished by setting the reset bit (bit 15) of the BMCR register (0x00h). This bit
only resets the IEEE defined standard registers in the address space 0x00h to 0x07h. The software global
reset is accomplished by setting bit 15 of register PDN (0x001F) to ‘1’. This bit resets IEEE defined
registers (0x00h to 0x07h) and all the extended registers except for the cable-diagnostic registers and
RAM registers. For resetting the cable diagnostics and RAM registers, bit 14 of register RAMCR2
(0x0D01) should be set to ‘1’. The time from the point when the reset bit is set to the point the when
software reset has concluded is approximately 1.3 μs.
The software global reset resets the device such that all registers are reset to default values and the
hardware configuration values are maintained. Software driver code must wait 3 μs following a software
reset before allowing further serial MII operations with the TLK100.
6.3
Power Down/Interrupt
The Power Down and Interrupt functions are multiplexed on pin 42 of the device. By default, this pin
functions as a power down input and the interrupt function is disabled. This pin can be configured as an
interrupt output pin by setting bit 15 (INTN_OE) to ‘1’ and bit 12 (INTN_OEN) to ‘0’ of the MINTCR (0x14h)
register. Bit 13 of the same MINTCR register is used to set the polarity of the interrupt.
6.3.1
Power Down Control Mode
The PWRDNN/INT pin can be asserted low to put the device in a Power Down mode. An external control
signal can be used to drive the pin low, overcoming the weak internal pull-up resistor. Alternatively, the
device can be configured to initialize into a Power Down state by use of an external pulldown resistor on
the PWRDNN/INT pin.
6.3.2
Interrupt Mechanisms
The interrupt function is controlled via register access. All interrupt sources are disabled by default. The
MINTMR register provides independent interrupt enable bits for the different interrupts supported by
TLK100. The PWRDNN/INT pin is asynchronously asserted low when an interrupt condition occurs. The
source of the interrupt can be determined by reading the interrupt status register MINTSR (0x13h). One or
more bits in the MINTSR will be set, denoting all currently pending interrupts. Reading of the MINTSR
clears ALL pending interrupts.
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Power Down Modes
TLK100 supports four types of power saving modes. The lowest power consumption is in the "Extreme
Low Power" mode (ELP). To enter into the ELP mode the PWRDNN/INT pin is pulled LOW.
To enable the power-down modes described below, set bit 11 of register BMCR (0x00h) to '1'. In all
power-down modes, the entire PHY is powered down except for the SMI interface; the PHY stays in that
condition as long as the value of bit 11 of register BMCR (0x00h) remains '1'. When this bit is cleared, the
PHY powers up and returns to the last state it was in before it was powered down.
In General Power Down mode, bits 9 and 8 of the PHYCR register (0x10h) should be set to "01".
Additionally, bit 4 of the PHYCR register (0x10h) should be set to '1' so as to power down the internal PLL.
The SMI would operate on the reference clock.
In Active sleep mode, or Energy-Detect mode, every 1.4 seconds a Normal Link Pulse (NLP) is sent to
wake up the link-partner. To enter into the active sleep mode, bits 9 and 8 of register PHYCR (0x10h) is
set to "10". Automatic powerup is done when the link partner is detected.
In passive sleep mode, all core blocks are powered down. Automatic power-up is done when the link
partner is detected. To enter into the passive sleep mode, bits 9 and 8 of register PHYCR (0x10h) is set to
"11".
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7 Design Guidelines
7.1
TPI Network Circuit
Figure 7-1 shows the recommended circuit for a 10/100 Mb/s twisted pair interface. Below is a partial list
of recommended transformers. It is important that the user realize that variations with PCB and
component characteristics require that the application be tested to verify that the circuit meets the
requirements of the intended application.
• Pulse H1102
• Pulse HX1188
Vdd
Common-mode chokes
may be required.
RD–
49.9 W
Vdd
1:1
0.1 mF
49.9 W
RD–
RD+
RD+
0.1 mF*
TD–
TD–
49.9 W
Vdd
TD+
0.1 mF*
1:1
49.9 W
T1
RJ45
0.1 mF
Note: Center tap is connected to Vdd
* Place capacitors close to the
transformer center taps
TD+
Place resistors and capacitors close to the device.
All values are typical and are ±1%
S0339-01
Figure 7-1. 10/100 Mb/s Twisted Pair Interface
7.2
Clock In (XI) Requirements
The TLK100 supports an external CMOS-level oscillator source or an internal oscillator with an external
crystal.
7.2.1
Oscillator
If an external clock source is used, XI should be tied to the clock source and XO should be left floating.
The amplitude of the oscillator should be a nominal voltage of 1.8V.
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Crystal
The use of a 25MHz, parallel, 20pF-load crystal resonator is recommended if a crystal source is desired.
Figure 7-2 shows a typical connection for a crystal resonator circuit. The load capacitor values will vary
with the crystal vendors; check with the vendor for the recommended loads.
The oscillator circuit is designed to drive a parallel resonance AT-cut crystal with a minimum drive level of
100μW and a maximum of 500μW. If a crystal is specified for a lower drive level, a current limiting resistor
should be placed in series between XO and the crystal.
As a starting point for evaluating an oscillator circuit, if the requirements for the crystal are not known, set
the values for CL1 and CL2 at 33pF, and R1 should be set at 0Ω.
Specification for 25MHz crystal are listed in Table 7-2.
XI
XO
R1
CL1
CL2
S0340-01
Figure 7-2. Crystal Oscillator Circuit
Table 7-1. 25 MHz Oscillator Specification
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
Frequency
TYP
MAX
25
UNIT
MHz
Frequency Tolerance
Operational Temperature
±50
Frequency Stability
1 year aging
±50
ppm
Rise / Fall Time
10%–90%
8
nsec
Jitter (Short term)
Cycle-to-cycle
Jitter (Long term)
Accumulative over 10 ms
Symmetry
Duty Cycle
50
psec
1
40%
Load Capacitance
ppm
nsec
60%
15
30
TYP
MAX
pF
Table 7-2. 25 MHz Crystal Specification
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
Frequency
Frequency Tolerance
Frequency Stability
25
UNIT
MHz
Operational Temperature
±50
ppm
At 25°C
±50
ppm
±5
ppm
40
pF
1 year aging
Load Capacitance
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Thermal Vias Recommendation
The following thermal via guidelines apply to GNDPAD, pin 49:
1. Thermal via size = 0.2 mm
2. Recommend 4 vias
3. Vias have a center to center separation of 2 mm.
Adherence to this guideline is required to achieve the intended operating temperature range of the device.
Figure 7-3 illustrates an example layout.
M0117-01
Figure 7-3. Example Layout
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8 Register Block
Table 8-1. Register Map
OFFSET HEX
ACCESS
TAG
00h
RW
BMCR
Basic Mode Control Register
DESCRIPTION
01h
RO
BMSR
Basic Mode Status Register
02h
RO
PHYIDR1
PHY Identifier Register #1
03h
RO
PHYIDR2
PHY Identifier Register #2
04h
RW
ANAR
05h
RO
ANLPAR
Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register
Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register
06h
RO
ANER
07h
RW
ANNPTR
Auto-Negotiation Expansion Register
Auto-Negotiation Next Page TX
08h
RO
ANLNPTR
Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Next Page Register
09h–0Ch
RW
RESERVED
0Dh
RW
REGCR
Register control register
0Eh
RW
ADDAR
Address or Data register
0Fh
RW
RESERVED
10h
RW
PHYCR
PHY Control Register
11h
RO
PHYSR
PHY Status Register
12h
RW
MINTMR
MII Interrupt Mask Register
13h
RO
MINTSR
MII Interrupt Status Register
14h
RW
MINTCR
MII Interrupt Control Register
RESERVED
RESERVED
EXTENDED REGISTERS
15h
RO
RECR
Receive Error Counter Register
16h
RW
BISCR
BIST Control Register
17h
RO
BISSR
BIST Status Register
18h
RW
LEDCR
LED Direct Control Register
19h
RW
RESERVED
1Ah
RW
CDCR
Cable Diagnostic Control Register
1Bh
RW
CDSR
Cable Diagnostic Status Register
Cable Diagnostic Results Register
1Ch
RO
CDRR
1Dh-1Eh
RW
RESERVED
1Fh
RW
PDR
RESERVED
RESERVED
Power Down Register
42h
RO
FCSCR
False Carrier Sense Counter Register
70h
RW
RXCCR
RX Channel Control Register
71h
RO
BISBCR
BIST Byte Count Register
72h
RO
BISECR
BIST Error Count Register
7Bh
RW
BISPLR
BIST Packet Length Register
7Ch
RW
BISIPGR
BIST Inter Packet Gap Register
80h
RW
TDRSMR
TDR State Machine Enable Register
90h
RW
TDRPAR
TDR Pattern Amplitude Register
94h
RW
TDRMPR
TDR Manual Pulse Register
0C00h–0C0Ch
RW
TDR Algorithm Registers
ALCD/DSA Registers
0C26h–0C2Ah
RW
0D00h, 0D01h,
0D04h
RW
0107h
RW
CD Pre Test Configuration 1 Register
010Fh
RW
CD Pre Test Configuration 2 Register
00AC
RW
LPF Bypass Register
RAM registers
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Table 8-2. Register Table
Addr
Tag
Bit 15
Bit 14
Bit 13
Bit 12
Bit 11
Bit 10
Bit 9
Bit 8
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Basic Mode Control
Register
Register Name
00h
BMCR
Reset
Loopback
Speed
Selection
Auto-Neg
Enable
Power
Down
Isolate
Restart
Auto-Neg
Duplex
Mode
Collision
Test
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Basic Mode Status
Register
01h
BMSR
100Base
-T4
100Base
-TX FDX
100Base
-TX HDX
10Base-T
FDX
10Base-T
HDX
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
MF
Preamble
Suppress
Auto-Neg
Complete
Remote
Fault
Auto-Neg
Ability
Link Status
Jabber
Detect
Extended
Capability
PHY Identifier
Register 1
02h
PHYIDR 1
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
OUI MSB
PHY Identifier
Register 2
03h
PHYIDR 2
OUI LSB
OUI LSB
OUI LSB
OUI LSB
OUI LSB
OUI LSB
VNDR_
MDL
VNDR_
MDL
VNDR_
MDL
VNDR_
MDL
VNDR_
MDL
VNDR_
MDL
Auto-Negotiation
Advertisement
Register
04h
ANAR
Next Page
Ind
Reserved
Remote
Fault
Reserved
ASM_DI R
PAUSE
T4
TX_FD
TX
10_FD
10
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Auto-Negotiation Link
Partner Ability
Register (Base Page)
05h
ANLPAR
Next Page
Ind
ACK
Remote
Fault
Reserved
ASM_DI R
PAUSE
T4
TX_FD
TX
10_FD
10
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Protocol
Selection
Auto-Negotiation
Expansion Register
06h
ANER
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
PDF
LP_NP_
ABLE
Auto-Negotiation Next
Page TX Register
07h
ANNPTR
Next Page
Ind
Reserved
Message
Page
ACK2
TOG_TX
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
Auto-Negotiate Link
Partner Ability Page
Register
08h
ANLNPTR
Next Page
Ind
Reserved
Message
Page
ACK2
TOG_TX
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
CODE
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
RESERVED
MDL_ REV MDL_ REV MDL_ REV MDL_ REV
NP_ ABLE PAGE_ RX LP_AN_AB
LE
09-0Ch
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Register Control
Register
0Dh
REGCR
Function
Function
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
DEVICE
DEVICE
DEVICE
DEVICE
DEVICE
ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS ADDRESS
Address or Data
Register
0Eh
ADDAR
RESERVED
0Fh
Reserved
Addr/ Data Addr/ Data Addr /Data Addr /Data Addr/ Data Addr/ Data Addr /Data Addr /Data Addr/ Data Addr/ Data Addr /Data Addr /Data Addr/ Data Addr/ Data Addr /Data Addr /Data
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Auto MDI-X
Enable
Manual
MDI-X
Enable
Disable
PLL
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Disable
Jabber
EXTENDED REGISTERS
PHY Control Register
10h
PHYCR
TX FIFO
Depth
TX FIFO
Depth
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Force Link
Power
Power
Reserved
Good
Down Mode Down Mode
PHY Status Register
11h
PHYSR
Reserved
Speed
Duplex
Page
Received
Auto Nego Link Status
Complete
Reserved
MDI Cross
over
Reserved
Sleep
Mode
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Polarity
Jabber
MII Interrupt Mask
Register
12h
MINTMR
Auto Nego
error
Enable
Speed
Change
Enable
Duplex
Mode
Change
Enable
Page
Received
Enable
Auto Nego Link Status
Complete
Change
Enable
Enable
Reserved
Reserved
FIFO Over
Under flow
Enable
MDI cross
over
change
Enable
Reserved
Sleep
Mode
Change
Enable
Reserved
Reserved
Polarity
Change
Enable
Jabber
Interrupt
Enable
MII Interrupt Status
Register
13h
MINTSR
Auto Nego
Error
Speed
Changed
Duplex
Mode
Changed
Page
Received
Auto Nego Link Status
Complete
Changed
Reserved
Reserved
FIFO Over
Underflow
MDI
Crossover
Changed
Reserved
Sleep
Mode
Changed
Reserved
Reserved
Polarity
Changed
Jabber
MII Interrupt Control
Register
14h
MINTCR
Interrupt
Pin Enable
Reserved
Interrupt
Polarity
Interrupt
Pin Enable
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Receive Error
Counter Register
15h
RECR
BIST Control Register
16h
BISCR
Reserved
RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXCERNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT RXERCNT
PRBS
Count
Mode
Generate
PRBS
Packets
64 bit mode
Packet
Generation
Enable
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Loopback
Mode
Loop back
Mode
Loop back
Mode
Loop back
Mode
Loop back
Mode
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Table 8-2. Register Table (continued)
Register Name
Addr
Tag
Bit 15
Bit 14
Bit 13
Bit 12
Bit 11
BIST Status Register
17h
BISSR
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
PRBS
Locked
BIST Byte Count
Register
71h
BISBCR
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
BIST Error Count
Register
72h
BISECR
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
BIST Packet Length
register
7Bh
BISPLR
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
PRBS
Packet
Length
BIST Inter Packet
Gap Register
7Ch
BISIPGR
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
PRBS IPG
Length
LED Control Register
18h
LEDCR
LED
Enable
Force
Interrupt
Reserved
Reserved
Blink Rate
Blink Rate
Reserved
LED Mode
LED Mode
Reserved
Reserved
LED ACT
Polarity
LED
SPEED
Polarity
LED LINK
Polarity
Power Down Register
1Fh
PDR
Software
Global
Reset
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
False Carrier Sense
Counter Register
42h
FCSCR
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c Idle_error_c
ount
ount
ount
ount
ount
ount
ount
ount
RX Channel Control
Register
70h
RXCCR
Rese-rved
Rese-rved
Rese-rved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Cable Diagnostic
Register
1Ah
CDCR
Reserved
Reserved ALCD/ DSA
test start
TDR test
Start
Reserved
Cable Diagnostic
Status Register
1Bh
CDSR
ALCD/ DSA
Done
TDR Fail
Reserved
Reserved
Cable Diagnostic
Results Register
1Ch
CDRR
Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
Results
TDR State Machine
Enable
80h
TDRSMR
Cmn_tdr_
sm_mode
TDR Pattern
Amplitude Register
90h
TDRPAR
Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved Rese- rved
TDR Manual Pulse
Register
94h
TDRMPR
Rese-rved
TDR Algorithm
Registers
0C00h – 0C0Ch
ALCD/DSA Registers
0C26h – 0C2Ah
Pulse Width Pulse Width
Cmn_tdr
_tx_sm_
mode
Rese-rved
TDR Done
Reserved
Rese-rved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Bit 10
Bit 9
Bit 8
Bit 7
PRBS Sync
PRBS
Core Power Reserved
Loss
Generator
Mode
busy
Status
Cable Diag Cable Diag Cable Diag
result
result
result
Select
Select
Select
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
DSA Input
Signal
Reserved
Reserved
DSA Input
Signal
Reserved
Reserved
PRBS
Count
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS
Count
PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error PRBS Error
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Polarity
Inversion
Mdix
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Channel
Select
DSA Input
Signal
DSA Input
Signal
DSA
Enalbe
ALCD/ DSA Reserved
mode
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
TDR
pattern
TDR
pattern
TDR
pattern
TDR
pattern
TDR
pattern
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
TDR_TX
_START
Reserved
Cable Diagnostic algorithm related registers
CD Pre test
Configuration
0107h, 010Fh
LPF Bypass Register
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Register Definition
In
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
the register definitions under the ‘Default’ heading, the following definitions hold true:
RW = Read Write access
SC = Register sets on event occurrence and Self-Clears when event ends
RW/SC = Read Write Access/Self Clearing bit
RO = Read Only access
COR = Clear on Read
RO/COR = Read Only, Clear on Read
RO/P = Read Only, Permanently set to a default value
LL = Latched Low and held until read, based upon the occurrence of the corresponding event
LH = Latched High and held until read, based upon the occurrence of the corresponding event
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Basic Mode Control Register (BMCR)
Table 8-3. Basic Mode Control Register (BMCR), address 0x0000
BIT
15
BIT NAME
Reset
DEFAULT
0, RW/SC
DESCRIPTION
PHY Software Reset:
1 = Initiate software Reset / Reset in Process.
0 = Normal operation.
Writing a 1 to this bit causes the PHY to be reset. When the reset operation is done, this bit
is cleared to 0 automatically. The configuration is relatched.
14
Loopback
0, RW
Loopback:
1 = Loopback enabled.
0 = Normal operation.
When loopback mode is activated, the transmitter data presented on TXD is looped back to
RXD internally
13
Speed Selection
Jumper, RW
Speed Select:
When auto-negotiation is disabled writing to this bit allows the port speed to be selected.
1 = 100 Mb/s
0 = 10 Mb/s
12
Auto-Negotiation
Enable
Jumper, RW
Auto-Negotiation Enable:
Configuration pin (jumper) controls initial value at reset.
1 = Auto-Negotiation Enabled – bits 8 and 13 of this register are ignored when this bit is
set.
0 = Auto-Negotiation Disabled – bits 8 and 13 determine the port speed and duplex
mode.
11
Power Down
0, RW
Power Down:
1 = Enables Power Down Modes - General Power Down Mode, Active Sleep Mode and
Passive Sleep Mode (see register 0x10)
0 = Normal operation.
10
Isolate
0, RW
Isolate:
1 = Isolates the Port from the MII with the exception of the serial management.
0 = Normal operation.
9
Restart AutoNegotiation
0, RW/SC
Restart Auto-Negotiation:
1 = Restart Auto-Negotiation. Re-initiates the Auto-Negotiation process. If
Auto-Negotiation is disabled (bit 12 = 0), this bit is ignored. This bit is self-clearing
and will return a value of 1 until Auto-Negotiation is initiated, whereupon it will
self-clear. Operation of the Auto-Negotiation process is not affected by the
management entity clearing this bit.
0 = Normal operation.
Re-initiates the Auto-Negotiation process. If Auto-Negotiation is disabled (bit 12 = 0), this bit
is ignored. This bit is self-clearing and will return a value of 1 until Auto-Negotiation is
initiated, whereupon it self-clears. Operation of the Auto-Negotiation process is not affected
by the management entity clearing this bit.
8
Duplex Mode
Jumper, RW
Duplex Mode:
When auto-negotiation is disabled writing to this bit allows the port Duplex capability to be
selected.
1 = Full Duplex operation.
0 = Half Duplex operation.
7
Collision Test
0, RW
Collision Test:
1 = Collision test enabled.
0 = Normal operation
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RESERVED
0, RO
RESERVED: Write ignored, read as 0.
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Basic Mode Status Register (BMSR)
Table 8-4. Basic Mode Status Register (BMSR), address 0x0001
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
15
100BASE-T4
0, RO/P
14
100BASE-TX
Full Duplex
1, RO/P
100BASE-TX
Half Duplex
1, RO/P
10BASE-T
Full Duplex
1, RO/P
10BASE-T
Half Duplex
1, RO/P
DESCRIPTION
100BASE-T4 Capable:
This protocol is not available. Always 0 = Device does not perform 100BASE-T4 mode.
100BASE-TX Full Duplex Capable:
1 = Device able to perform 100BASE-TX in full duplex mode.
0 = Device not able to perform 100BASE-TX in full duplex mode.
13
100BASE-TX Half Duplex Capable:
1 = Device able to perform 100BASE-TX in half duplex mode.
0 = Device not able to perform 100BASE-TX in half duplex mode.
12
10BASE-T Full Duplex Capable:
1 = Device able to perform 10BASE-T in full duplex mode.
0 = Device not able to perform 10BASE-T in full duplex mode.
11
10BASE-T Half Duplex Capable:
1 = Device able to perform 10BASE-T in half duplex mode.
0 = Device not able to perform 10BASE-T in half duplex mode.
10: RESERVED
7
6
MF Preamble
Suppression
0, RO
RESERVED: Write as 0, read as 0.
1, RO/P
Preamble suppression Capable:
1 = Device able to perform management transaction with preamble suppressed, 32-bits of preamble
needed only once after reset, invalid opcode or invalid turnaround.
0 = Device will not perform management transaction with preambles suppressed.
5
AutoNegotiation
Complete
0, RO
Auto-Negotiation Complete:
1 = Auto-Negotiation process complete.
0 = Auto-Negotiation process not complete (either still in process, disabled, or reset)
4
Remote Fault
0, RO/LH
Remote Fault:
1 = Remote Fault condition detected (cleared on read or by reset). Fault criteria: Far End Fault
Indication or notification from Link Partner of Remote Fault.
0 = No remote fault condition detected.
3
AutoNegotiation
Ability
1, RO/P
Auto Negotiation Ability:
1 = Device is able to perform Auto-Negotiation.
0 = Device is not able to perform Auto-Negotiation.
2
Link Status
0, RO/LL
Link Status:
1 = Valid link established (for either 10 or 100 Mb/s operation).
0 = Link not established.
1
Jabber Detect
0, RO/LH
Jabber Detect: This bit only has meaning in 10 Mb/s mode.
1 = Jabber condition detected.
0 = No Jabber. condition detected.
0
Extended
Capability
1, RO/P
Extended Capability:
1 = Extended register capabilities.
0 = Basic register set capabilities only.
The PHY Identifier Registers #1 and #2 together form a unique identifier for the TLK100. The Identifier
consists of a concatenation of the Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI), the vendor's model number
and the model revision number. A PHY may return a value of zero in each of the 32 bits of the PHY
Identifier if desired. The PHY Identifier is intended to support network management. The IEEE-assigned
OUI for Texas Instruments is 080028h.
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PHY Identifier Register #1 (PHYIDR1)
Table 8-5. PHY Identifier Register #1 (PHYIDR1), address 0x0002
BIT
15
8.1.4
BIT NAME
OUI_MSB
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
<0010 0000 0000
0000>,
RO/P
OUI Most Significant Bits: Bits 3 to 18 of the OUI (080028h) are stored in bits 15 to 0 of
this register. The most significant two bits of the OUI are ignored (the IEEE standard refers
to these as bits 1 and 2).
PHY Identifier Register #2 (PHYIDR2)
Table 8-6. PHY Identifier Register #2 (PHYIDR2), address 0x0003
BIT
15:10
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
OUI_LSB
<101000>,
RO/P
OUI Least Significant Bits:
9:4
VNDR_MDL
<100000>,
RO/P
Vendor Model Number:
3:0
MDL_REV
<0001>, RO/P
Bits 19 to 24 of the OUI (080028h) are mapped from bits 15 to 10 of this register respectively.
The six bits of vendor model number are mapped from bits 9 to 4 (most significant bit to bit 9).
Model Revision Number:
Four bits of the vendor model revision number are mapped from bits 3 to 0 (most significant bit to
bit 3). This field is incremented for all major device changes.
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Auto-Negotiation Advertisement Register (ANAR)
This register contains the advertised abilities of this device as they are transmitted to its link partner during
Auto- Negotiation.
Table 8-7. Auto Negotiation Advertisement Register (ANAR), address 0x0004
BIT
15
BIT NAME
NP
DEFAULT
0, RW
DESCRIPTION
Next Page Indication:
0 = Next Page Transfer not desired.
1 = Next Page Transfer desired.
14
RESERVED
13
RF
0, RO/P
0, RW
RESERVED by IEEE: Writes ignored, Read as 0.
Remote Fault:
1 = Advertises that this device has detected a Remote Fault.
0 = No Remote Fault detected.
12
RESERVED
0, RW
RESERVED for Future IEEE use: Write as 0, Read as 0
11
ASM_DIR
0, RW
Asymmetric PAUSE Support for Full Duplex Links:
1 = Asymmetric PAUSE implemented.
0 = Asymmetric PAUSE not implemented.
10
PAUSE
0, RW
PAUSE Support for Full Duplex Links:
1 = MAC PAUSE implemented
0 = MAC PAUSE not implemented
9
T4
0, RO/P
100BASE-T4 Support:
1 = 100BASE-T4 is supported by the local device.
0 = 100BASE-T4 not supported.
8
TX_FD
Jumper, RW
100BASE-TX Full Duplex Support:
1 = 100BASE-TX Full Duplex is supported by the local device.
0 = 100BASE-TX Full Duplex not supported.
7
TX
Jumper, RW
100BASE-TX Support:
1 = 100BASE-TX is supported by the local device.
0 = 100BASE-TX not supported.
6
10_FD
Jumper, RW
10BASE-T Full Duplex Support:
1 = 10BASE-T Full Duplex is supported by the local device.
0 = 10BASE-T Full Duplex not supported.
5
10
Jumper, RW
10BASE-T Support:
1 = 10BASE-T is supported by the local device.
0 = 10BASE-T not supported.
4:0 Selector
<00001>, RW
Protocol Selection Bits:
These bits contain the binary encoded protocol selector supported by this port. <00001> indicates that
this device supports IEEE 802.3u.
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Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (ANLPAR) (BASE Page)
This register contains the advertised abilities of the Link Partner as received during Auto-Negotiation. The
content changes after the successful auto-negotiation if Next-pages are supported.
Table 8-8. Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register (ANLPAR) (BASE Page), address 0x0005
BIT
15
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
NP
0, RO
DESCRIPTION
Next Page Indication:
0 = Link Partner does not desire Next Page Transfer.
1 = Link Partner desires Next Page Transfer.
14
ACK
0, RO
Acknowledge:
1 = Link Partner acknowledges reception of the ability data word.
0 = Not acknowledged. The Auto-Negotiation state machine will automatically control the this bit
based on the incoming FLP bursts.
13
RF
0, RO
Remote Fault:
1 = Remote Fault indicated by Link Partner.
0 = No Remote Fault indicated by Link Partner.
12
RESERVED
0, RO
RESERVED for Future IEEE use: Write as 0, read as 0.
11
ASM_DIR
0, RO
ASYMMETRIC PAUSE:
1 = Asymmetric pause is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = Asymmetric pause is not supported by the Link Partner.
10
PAUSE
0, RO
PAUSE:
1 = Pause function is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = Pause function is not supported by the Link Partner.
9
T4
0, RO
100BASE-T4 Support:
1 = 100BASE-T4 is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = 100BASE-T4 is not supported by the Link Partner.
8
TX_FD
0, RO
100BASE-TX Full Duplex Support:
1 = 100BASE-TX Full Duplex is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = 100BASE-TX Full Duplex is not supported by the Link Partner.
7
TX
0, RO
100BASE-TX Support:
1 = 100BASE-TX is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = 100BASE-TX is not supported by the Link Partner.
6
10_FD
0, RO
10BASE-T Full Duplex Support:
1 = 10BASE-T Full Duplex is supported by the Link Partner.
0 = 10BASE-T Full Duplex is not supported by the Link Partner.
5
10
0, RO
10BASE-T Support:
1 = 10BASE-T is supported by the Link Partner
0 = 10BASE-T is not supported by the Link Partner.
4:0 Selector
<0 0000>, RO
Protocol Selection Bits:
Link Partner’s binary encoded protocol selector.
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Auto-Negotiate Expansion Register (ANER)
This register contains additional Local Device and Link Partner status information.
Table 8-9. Auto-Negotiate Expansion Register (ANER), address 0x0006
BIT
BIT NAME
15:5 RESERVED
4
PDF
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
0, RO
RESERVED: Writes ignored, Read as 0.
0, RO
Parallel Detection Fault:
1 = A fault has been detected via the Parallel Detection function.
0 = A fault has not been detected.
3
LP_NP_ABLE
0, RO
Link Partner Next Page Able:
1 = Link Partner does support Next Page.
0 = Link Partner does not support Next Page.
2
NP_ABLE
1, RO/P
Next Page Able:
1 = Indicates local device is able to send additional Next Pages.
0 = Indicates local device is not able to send additional Next Pages.
1
PAGE_RX
0, RO/COR
Link Code Word Page Received:
1 = Link Code Word has been received, cleared on a read.
0 = Link Code Word has not been received.
0
LP_AN_ABLE
0, RO
Link Partner Auto-Negotiation Able:
1 = indicates that the Link Partner supports Auto-Negotiation.
0 = indicates that the Link Partner does not support Auto-Negotiation.
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Auto-Negotiate Next Page Transmit Register (ANNPTR)
This register contains the next page information sent by this device to its Link Partner during
Auto-Negotiation.
Table 8-10. Auto-Negotiation Next Page Transmit Register (ANNPTR), address 0x0007
BIT
BIT NAME
15
NP
DEFAULT
0, RW
DESCRIPTION
Next Page Indication:
0 = No other Next Page Transfer desired.
1 = Another Next Page desired.
14
RESERVE
D
0, RO
RESERVED: Writes ignored, read as 0.
13
MP
1, RW
Message Page:
1 = Message Page.
0 = Unformatted Page.
12
ACK2
0, RW
Acknowledge2:
1 = Will comply with message.
0 = Cannot comply with message.
Acknowledge2 is used by the next page function to indicate that Local Device has the ability to
comply with the message received.
11
TOG_TX
0, RO
Toggle:
1 = Value of toggle bit in previously transmitted Link Code Word was 0.
0 = Value of toggle bit in previously transmitted Link Code Word was 1.
Toggle is used by the Arbitration function within Auto-Negotiation to synchronize with the Link
Partner during Next Page exchange. This bit always takes the opposite value of the Toggle bit in
the previously exchanged Link Code Word.
10:0 CODE
<000 0000 0001>,
RW
This field represents the code field of the next page transmission. If the MP bit is set (bit 13 of this
register), then the code is interpreted as a Message Page, as defined in annex 28C of IEEE
802.3u. Otherwise, the code is interpreted as an Unformatted Page, and the interpretation is
application specific.
The default value of the CODE represents a Null Page as defined in Annex 28C of IEEE 802.3u.
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Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Next Page Register (ANLNPTR)
This register contains the next page information sent by this device to its Link Partner during
Auto-Negotiation.
Table 8-11. Auto-Negotiation Link Partner Ability Register Next Page (ANLNPTR), address 0x0008
BIT
15
BIT NAME
NP
DEFAULT
0, RO
DESCRIPTION
Next Page Indication:
1 = No other Next Page Transfer desired.
0 = Another Next Page desired
14
ACK
0, RO
Acknowledge:
1 = Link Partner acknowledges reception of the ability data word.
0 = Not acknowledged.
The Auto-Negotiation state machine will automatically control this bit based on the incoming FLP
bursts. Software should not attempt to write to this bit.
13
MP
1, RO
Message Page:
1 = Message Page.
0 = Unformatted Page.
12
ACK2
0, RO
Acknowledge2:
1 = Will comply with message.
0 = Cannot comply with message
Acknowledge2 is used by the next page function to indicate that Local Device has the ability to
comply with the message received.
11
Toggle
0, RO
Toggle:
1 = Value of toggle bit in previously transmitted Link Code Word was 0.
0 = Value of toggle bit in previously transmitted Link Code Word was 1.
Toggle is used by the Arbitration function within Auto-Negotiation to synchronize with the Link
Partner during Next Page exchange. This bit always takes the opposite value of the Toggle bit in
the previously exchanged Link Code Word.
10:0 CODE
<000 0000 0001>,
RO
Code:
This field represents the code field of the next page transmission. If the MP bit is set (bit 13 of
this register), then the code is interpreted as a Message Page, as defined in annex 28C of IEEE
802.3u. Otherwise, the code is interpreted as an Unformatted Page, and the interpretation is
application specific.
The default value of the CODE represents a Null Page as defined in Annex 28C of IEEE 802.3u.
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Register Control Register (REGCR)
This register contains the device address to be written to access the extended registers. Write 0x1F into
bits 4:0 of this register. It also contains selection bits for auto increment of the data register.
Table 8-12. Register Control Register (REGCR), address 0x000D
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15:1 Function
4
0, RW
00
01
10
11
13:5 RESERVED
0, RO
RESERVED: Writes ignored, read as 0.
4:0
0, RW
Device Address
8.3
DEVAD
= Address
= Data, no post increment
= Data, post increment on read and write
= Data, post increment on write only
Address or Data Register (ADDAR)
This is the address/data register.
Table 8-13. Data Register (ADDAR), address 0x000E
BIT
BIT NAME
15:0 Addr/data
52
DEFAULT
0, RW
DESCRIPTION
If REGCR register 15:14 = 00, holds the MMD DEVAD's address register, otherwise holds the
MMD DEVAD's data register
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Extended Registers
PHY Control Register (PHYCR)
This register provides quick access to commonly accessed PHY control information.
Table 8-14. PHY Control Register (PHYCR), address 0x0010
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
0x1,RW
DESCRIPTION
15:14
TX FIFO Depth
00
01
10
11
=4
=5
=6
=8
nibbles
nibbles
nibbles
nibbles
13:12
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
11
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
10
Force Link Good
0,RW
9:8
Power Down
Mode
00,RW
1 = Force link_ctrl_en10/100 according to selected speed in register 0x0
0 = Do Normal operation
00 = Normal mode
01 = General Power Down mode: Besides SMI module everything is powered down, if bit [4]
set to ’1’, PLL is also powered down. When PLL is powered down, Reference clock is
used.
10 = Active Sleep mode – same as passive sleep, but also send NLP every ~1.4 Sec to wake
up link-partner. Automatic power-up is done when link partner is detected.
11 = Passive Sleep Mode - Besides SMI and energy detect modules, everything is powered
down. Automatic power-up is done when link partner is detected.
Bit 11 of the BMCR register(0x00) to '1' for all of these power down modes.
7
Reserved
6
Auto MDI-X
Enable
0,RW
Reserved
SOR,RW
1 = Enable automatic crossover
0 = Disable automatic crossover
5
Manual MDI-X
Mode
0,RW
4
Disable PLL
0,RW
Reserved
0,RO
Disable Jabber
0,RW
0 = Manual MDI configuration
1 = Manual MDI-X configuration
1 = Disable PLL
0 = Enable PLL
3:1
0
Ignore on read
1 = Disable Jabber function
0 = Enable Jabber function
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PHY Status Register (PHYSR)
This register implements the PHY Specific Status register.
Table 8-15. PHY Status Register (PHYSR), address 0x0011
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
14
Speed
0,RO
0 = 10Mbps
1 = 100Mbps
13
Duplex
0,RO
1 = Full duplex
0 = Half duplex
12
Page Received
11
Auto-Negotiation
Complete
0,RO
1 = Auto-Negotiation completed or disabled
0 = Auto-Negotiation enabled and not completed
10
Link Status
0,RO
1 = Link is up
0 = Link is down
9
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
8
MDI Crossover Status
0,RO
1 = MDI-X
0 = MDI
7
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
6
Sleep Mode Status
0,RO
1 = Sleep
0 = Active
5:2
54
0,RO, LH
1 = Page received
0 = Page not received
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
1
Polarity
0,RO
10BT data/nlp polarity.
"1" - positive polarity.
"0" - negative polarity.
0
Jabber
0,RO
1 = Jabber
0 = No Jabber
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MII Interrupt Mask Register (MINTMR)
This register contains enables for various interrupt functions supported by TLK100.
Table 8-16. MII Interrupt Mask Register (MINTMR), address 0x0012
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15
Auto-Negotiation Interrupt Enable
0, RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
14
Speed Changed Interrupt Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
13
Duplex Mode Changed Interrupt
Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
12
Page Received Interrupt Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
11
Auto-Negotiation Completed Interrupt
Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
10
Link Status Changed Interrupt Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
9:8
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
7
FIFO Overflow/Underflow Interrupt
Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
6
MDI Crossover Changed Interrupt
Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
5
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
4
Sleep Mode Changed Interrupt
Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
3:2
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
1
Polarity Changed Interrupt Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
0
Jabber Interrupt Enable
0,RW
1 = Enable interrupt
0 = Disable interrupt
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MII Interrupt Status Register (MINTSR)
This register gives the status of the different interrupt function supported by TLK100.
Table 8-17. MII Interrupt Status Register (MINTSR), address 0x0013
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
15
Auto-Negotiation Error
0, RO, LH
1 = Auto-Negotiation error has occurred
0 = Auto-Negotiation error has not occurred
14
Speed Changed
0,RO, LH
1 = Link speed has changed
0 = Link speed has not changed
13
Duplex Mode Changed
0,RO, LH
1 = Duplex mode has changed
0 = Duplex mode has not changed
12
Page Received
0,RO, LH
1 = Page has been received
0 = Page has not been received
11
Auto-Negotiation Completed
0,RO, LH
1 = Auto-Negotiation has completed
0 = Auto-Negotiation has not completed
10
Link Status Changed
0,RO, LH
1 = Link status has changed
0 = Link status has not changed
9:8
Reserved
0,RO
DESCRIPTION
Ignore on read
7
FIFO Overflow/Underflow
0,RO, LH
1 = FIFO Overflow/Underflow occurred
0 = FIFO Overflow/Underflow did not occur
6
MDI Crossover Changed
0,RO, LH
1 = MDI crossover has changed
0 = MDI crossover has not changed
5
Reserved
4
Sleep Mode Changed
3:2
0,RO
0,RO, LH
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
1 = Sleep mode has changed
0 = Sleep mode has not changed
Ignore on read
1
Polarity Changed
0,RO, LH
1 = Data polarity has changed
0 = Data polarity has not changed
0
Jabber
0,RO, LH
1 = Jabber detected
0 = Jabber not detected
8.4.5
MII Interrupt Control Register (MINTCR)
This register enables to control the polarity and enabling the interrupts.
Table 8-18. MII Interrupt Control Register (MINTCR), address 0x0014
BIT
NAME
15
INTN_OE
0,RW
DESCRIPTION
Bit 15
Bit 12
Pin 42 Function
0
0
Power Down
0
1
Power Down
1
0
Interrupt
1
1
Power Down
14
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
13
Interrupt Polarity
1,RW
1 = Interrupt pin is active low
0 = Interrupt pin is active high
12
INTN_OEN
1,RW
Refer to the table given in the bit 15 description.
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
11:0
56
DEFAULT
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Receiver Error Counter Register (RECR)
This counter keeps count of the number of receive errors.
Table 8-19. Receiver Error Counter Register (RECR), address 0x0015
BIT
15:0
8.4.7
BIT NAME
RX Error Count
DEFAULT
0, RO, SC
DESCRIPTION
Receive errors counter (saturates in max value, clears on dummy write)
BIST Control Register (BISCR)
This register is used for configuring the PRBS BIST and to select the loopback point in the signal chain.
Table 8-20. BIST Control Register (BISCR), address 0x0016
BIT
NAME
15
PRBS Count Mode
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
0, RW
1 = Continuous mode, when on of the PRBS counters reaches max value, pulse is
generated and counter starts counting from zero again
0 = Single mode, When one of the PRBS counters reaches it's max value, PRBS
checker stops counting.
14
Generate PRBS Packets
0, RW
1 = When packet generator is enabled, generate continuous packets with PRBS data.
When packet generator is disabled, PRBS checker is still enabled.
0 = When packet generator is enabled, generate single packet with constant data.
PRBS gen/check is disabled.
13
Packet Generation 64 bit
mode
0, RW
Packet Generation Enable
0, RW
11:5
Reserved
0, RO
Ignore on read
4:0
Loopback Mode
0, RW
Selects loop back mode:
12
1 = Transmit 64 byte packets in packet generation mode
0 = Transmit 1518 byte packets in packet generation mode
1 = Enable packet/PRBS generator
0 = Disable packet/PRBS generator
Near-end Loopbacks
[00001] – MII Loopback
[00010] – PCS Loopback (In 100BaseTX only)
[00100] – Digital Loopback
[01000] – Analog Loopback (requires 100Ω termination)
Far-end Loopback:
[10000] – Reverse Loopback
8.4.8
BIST STATUS Register (BISSR)
This register gives the status of the PRBS test and the sleep mode of the core.
Table 8-21. BIST STATUS Register (BISSR), address 0x0017
BIT
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
11
PRBS Locked
0,RO
1 = PRBS checker is locked on received byte stream
0 = PRBS checker is not locked
10
PRBS Sync Loss
9
Packet Generator Busy
0,RO
1 = Packet generator is in process
0 = Packet generator is not in process
8
Core Power Mode
Status
0,RO
1 = Core is in normal power mode
0 = Core is powered down or in sleep mode
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
15:12
7:0
NAME
0,RO,LH
1 = PRBS checker has lost sync
0 = PRBS checker has not lost sync
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BIST Byte Count Register (BISBCR)
This register gives the total number of bytes received by the PRBS checker.
Table 8-22. BIST Count Register (BISBCR), address 0x0071
BIT
BIT NAME
15:0
prbs_byte_cnt
DEFAULT
0, RO
DESCRIPTION
Holds number of total bytes that received by the PRBS checker. Value in this register is locked
when write is done to register 0x0072 bit[0] or bit[1]. When PRBS Count Mode set to zero,
count stops on 0xFFFF (see register 0x0016)
8.4.10 BIST Error Count Register (BISECR)
This register gives the total number of error bytes that was received by the PRBS checker.
Table 8-23. BIST Error Count Register (BISECR), address 0x0072
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15:8
Reserved
0, RO
Ignore on read
7:0
prbs_err_cnt
0, RO
Holds number of erroneous bytes received by the PRBS checker. Value in this register is
locked when write is done to bit[0] or bit[1] (see below).
When PRBS Count Mode set to zero, count stops on 0xFF (see register 0x0016)
Notes:
Writing bit 0 generates a lock signal for the PRBS counters
Writing bit 1 generates a lock and clear signal for the PRBS counters
8.4.11 BIST Packet Length Register (BISPLR)
This register allows programming the length of the PRBS packet in bytes.
Table 8-24. BIST Packet Length Register (BISPLR), address 0x007B
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
15:0
Cfg_pkt_len_prbs
0X5DC,RW
DESCRIPTION
Length of PRBS packets in bytes
8.4.12 BIST Inter Packet Gap Register (BISIPGR)
This register allows programming the inter packet gap, in bytes, between the PRBS packets.
Table 8-25. BIST Inter Packet Gap Register (BISIPGR), address 0x007C
BIT
15:0
58
BIT NAME
Cfg_ipg_len
DEFAULT
0X7D,RW
DESCRIPTION
Inter-packet gap (in bytes) between PRBS packets
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8.4.13 LED Direct Control Register (LEDCR)
This register provides the ability to directly control any or all LED outputs. The polarity, pulse width and
blink rates can be programmed using this register.
Table 8-26. LED Direct Control Register (LEDCR), address 0x0018
BIT
NAME
15
LEDs Enable
14:13 Pulse Width
12
DEFAULT
1,RW
0x2,RW
Force Interrupt
11:10 Reserved
9:8
Blink Rate
DESCRIPTION
1 = Enable LEDs
0 = Disable LEDs
00
01
10
11
= 50mSec
= 100mSec
= 200mSec
= 500mSec
0,RW
1 = Assert interrupt pin
0 = Normal interrupt mode
0,RO
Ignore on read
0x2,RW
7
Reserved
0,RO
6:5
LED Mode
0,SOR,RW
4:3
Reserved
00
01
10
11
= 20Hz (50mSec)
= 10Hz (100mSec)
= 5Hz (200mSec)
= 2Hz (500mSec)
Ignore on read
01 = Mode1
00 = Mode2
10 = Mode3
0,RO
Ignore on read
2
LED ACT Polarity
SOR,RW
0 = Active low
1 = Active high
1
LED SPEED Polarity
SOR,RW
0 = Active low
1 = Active high
0
LED LINK Polarity
SOR,RW
0 = Active low
1 = Active high
8.4.14 Power Down Register (PDR)
This register provides control for doing a software reset of the PHY.
Table 8-27. Power Down Register (PDR), address 0x001F
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15
Software Global
Reset
0,RW,SC
1 = Reset PHY (Same effect as in hardware reset, including registers reset)
0 = Normal mode
14:0 Reserved
0,RO
Always write zero
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8.4.15 False Carrier Sense Counter Register (FCSCR)
This register counts the error nibbles between the IDLE nibbles (BAD_SSD), in nibble time. This count
register is reset when this register is read.
Table 8-28. False Carrier Sense Counter Register (FCSCR), address 0x0042
BIT
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15:8 RESERVED
0, RO
Ignore on read
7:0
0, RO
IDLE error counter value. Counts received error nibbles between IDLE nibbles (BAD_SSD), in
nibble time.
idle_err_count_100
Note: Reading this register clears the idle_err_count_100 counter
8.4.16 RX Channel Control Register (RXCCR)
This register allows configuration of RX channel. By programming bits 3,2 of this register to ‘1’ the
channels can be mirrored.
Table 8-29. RX Channel Control Register (RXCCR), address 0x0070
BIT
15:4
NAME
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
3
Polarity_inv
0,RW
When 1 Change the polarity of:
1 = Polarity of RD and TD is inverted
0 = Polarity of RD and TD is not inverted
2
Mdix
0,RW
1 = MDIX
0 = MDI
Reserved
0,RW
Always write 0
1:0
8.5
Cable Diagnostic Registers
8.5.1
Cable Diagnostic Registers (CDCR)
This register is used to select the channel for which cable diagnostics test needs to be done. It has the
enable bits for the diagnostic tests and also allows one to choose which TDR peak and location will be
written to the CDRR register (0x001C).
Table 8-30. Cable Diagnostic Registers (CDCR), address 0x001A
BIT
15:14
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
Reserved
0,RW, SC
Always 0
13
ALCD/DSA Test
Start
0,RW, SC
1 = Start ALCD/DSA test.
0 = Do not start ALCD/DSA test
12
TDR Test Start
0,RW, SC
1 = Start TDR test
0 = Do not start TDR test
11
Reserved
0,RO
Reserved
10:8
Cable Diagnostics
Result Select
0,RW
Selects the output of register 0x1C as follows:
0: {TDR peak 0 amplitude, TDR peak 0 location}
1: {TDR peak 1 amplitude, TDR peak 1 location}
2: {TDR peak 2 amplitude, TDR peak 2 location}
3: {TDR peak 3 amplitude, TDR peak 3 location}
4: {TDR peak 4 amplitude, TDR peak 4 location}
6: ALCD Length
8:1
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
Channel Select
0,RW
Selects channel for Cable Diagnostics Test
0 = TD±
1 = RD±
0
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Cable Diagnostic Status Register (CDSR)
This register gives the status of the cable diagnostic tests. It also allows configuring different modes of the
ALCD and DSA tests.
Table 8-31. Cable Diagnostic Status Register (CDSR), address 0x001B
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
DESCRIPTION
15
ALCD/DSA Done
0,RO
1 = ALCD/DSA is done
0 = ALCD/DSA is not done
14
TDR Fail
1,RO
1 = TDR has failed
0 = TDR has not failed
13
TDR Done
0,RO
1 = TDR is done
0 = TDR is not done
12:10
Reserved
0x4,RO
9:6
Ignore on read
DSA Input Signal
7,RW
7 = ALCD
5 = DSA Adaptive data mode
3 = DSA Raw data mode
Others are reserved
5
DSA Enable
0,RW
1 = DSA Engine is enabled
0 = DSA Engine is disabled
4
ALCD/DSA mode
1,RW
1 = DSA Raw data mode
0 = ALCD/DSA Adaptive data mode
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
3:0
8.5.3
Cable Diagnostic Results Register (CDRR)
This register gives the result of the cable diagnostic tests. The software will post process this result.
Table 8-32. Cable Diagnostic Results Register (CDRR), address 0x001C
BIT
15:0
8.5.4
BIT NAME
DEFAULT
Cable Diagnostics Result Register
0, RO
DESCRIPTION
As specified in register 0x1A bits [11:8]
TDR State Machine Enable (TDRSMR)
This register allows configuration of the TDR state machines. Only when the bits 15, 14 of this register are
set to ‘1’ the registers 0x0090 and 0x0094 can be used.
Table 8-33. TDR State Machine Enable Register (TDRSMR), address 0x0080
BIT
NAME
TYPE
RESET
15
cmn_tdr_sm_mode
RW
0
1 = Configure TDR state machine mode. This bit is cleared when TDR is complete
14
cmn_tdr_tx_sm_m
ode
RW
0
1 = Configure TDR transmit state machine mode. This bit is cleared when the TDR is
complete.
RW
0
Reserved
13:0 Reserved
FUNCTION
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TDR Pattern Amplitude Register (TDRPAR)
This register allows to program the pattern used to generate the TDR pulses. Bits 4:0 of this register give
the amplitude of the TDR pulse. A value of 0x8 maps to an amplitude of 1V. For values from 0x8 to 0xF
the amplitude is saturated to 1V. The TDR pattern is 16 symbols long. So, sixteen consecutive writes to
this register are required. The value of these bits for each write determines the amplitude for that symbol.
Each symbol is 8ns wide. For this register to function, the bits 15,14 of TDRSMR register (0x0080) should
be set to ‘1’
Table 8-34. TDR Pattern Amplitude Register (TDRPAR), address 0x0090
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
15:5
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
4:0
tdr_pattern_din_config
0,RW
Configure TDR Transmit Pattern.
8.5.6
TDR Manual Pulse Register (TDRMPR)
This register allows to program a manual TDR pulse. When bit 1 of this register is set then the pattern
programmed in the TDRPAR register is put on the TD line. If the TDRPAR register is not programmed
then a default TDR pulse is put on the TD line. It is NOT used for TDR measurements.
Table 8-35. TDR Manual Pulse Register (TDRMPR), address 0x0094
BIT
NAME
15:2
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
Reserved
0,RO
Ignore on read
1
tdr_tx_start
0,RW
1 = Start TDR pattern transmission
0 = Do not start TDR pattern transmission
0
Reserved
8.5.7
0x0,RW
Reserved
TDR Channel Silence Register (TDRCSR)
This register allows programming of the TDR channel silence timers.
Table 8-36. TDR Channel Silence Register (TDRCSR), address 0x0C00
BIT
62
NAME
DEFAULT
0,RO
FUNCTION
15:14
Reserved
13:12
cfg_link_down_timer
0x2,RW
Hold time, to make sure the link failed:
0x0 – no hold time.
0x1 – 500ms hold time.
0x2 – 1s hold time.
0x3 – 2s hold time.
11:10
cfg_post_silence_time
0x1,RW
The needed silence time after the TDR test:
0x0 – no silence needed.
0x1 – 10ms of silence.
0x2 – 100ms of silence.
0x3 – 1s of silence.
9:8
cfg_pre_silence_time
0x1,RW
The needed silence time before the TDR test:
0x0 – no silence needed.
0x1 – 10ms of silence.
0x2 – 100ms of silence.
0x3 – 1s of silence.
7:0
cfg_silence_th
0xC8,RW
Ignore on read
Energy calculator threshold value, to break silence.
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TDR Control Register (TDRCR)
This register allows configuring the TDR modes.
Table 8-37. TDR Control Register (TDRCR), address 0x0C01
BIT
NAME
15:11
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
Reserved
0x02,RO
Ignore on read
10
cfg_tdr_tx_mode
0x1,RW
1 – Enable TDR TX transmission mode
9
Reserved
0,RW
Reserved
8:6
cfg_soft_avr_cycles
0x7,RW
Number of averaging cycles:
0x0 – TDR disabled.
0x1 – 1 TDR cycle (no averaging).
0x2 – 2 TDR cycles.
0x3 – 4 TDR cycles.
0x4 – 8 TDR cycles.
0x5 – 16 TDR cycles.
0x6 – 32 TDR cycles.
0x7 – 64 TDR cycles.
5:3
cfg_post_cmp_size
0x4,RW
Number of forward samples for peak detection comparison.
2:0
cfg_pre_cmp_size
0x3,RW
Number of backward samples for peak detection comparison.
8.5.9
TDR Clock Cycles Register (TDRLCR)
This register allows configuring the number of clock cycles in a pattern TDR test.
Table 8-38. TDR Clock Cycles Register (TDRLCR), address 0x0C02
BIT
NAME
15:8
Reserved
7:0
cfg_ptrn_cycle_time
DEFAULT
0,RO
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
0xFF,RW
Number of clock cycles in a TDR pattern test.
8.5.10 TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT1)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-39. TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT1), address 0x0C03
BIT
15
14:8
7
6:0
NAME
DEFAULT
Reserved
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_1
0xC,RW
Reserved
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_0
0x10,RW
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 1, for TX pattern.
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 0, for TX pattern.
8.5.11 TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT2)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-40. TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT2), address 0x0C04
BIT
15
14:8
7
6:0
NAME
DEFAULT
Reserved
cfg_ptrn_low_th_3
Reserved
cfg_ptrn_low_th_2
0,RO
0x7,RW
0,RO
0x9,RW
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 3, for TX pattern.
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 2, for TX pattern.
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8.5.12 TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT3)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-41. TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT3), address 0x0C05
BIT
15
14:8
7
6:0
NAME
Reserved
DEFAULT
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_5
Reserved
0x4,RW
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_4
0x5,RW
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 5, for TX pattern.
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 4, for TX pattern.
8.5.13 TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT4)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-42. TDR Low Threshold Register (TDRLT4), address 0x0C06
BIT
15
14:8
7
6:0
NAME
Reserved
DEFAULT
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_7
Reserved
0x3,RW
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_low_th_6
0x3,RW
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 7, for TX pattern.
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) low threshold value 6, for TX pattern.
8.5.14 TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT1)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-43. TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT1), address 0x0C07
BIT
15
14:8
7
6:0
64
NAME
Reserved
cfg_ptrn_High_th_1
Reserved
cfg_ptrn_High_th_0
DEFAULT
0,RO
0x53,RW
0,RO
0x53,RW
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 1, for TX pattern.
Ignore on read
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 0, for TX pattern.
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8.5.15 TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT2)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-44. TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT2), address 0x0C08
BIT
NAME
15
DEFAULT
Reserved
14:8
cfg_ptrn_High_th_3
7
Ignore on read
0x4A,RW
Reserved
6:0
FUNCTION
0,RO
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 3, for TX pattern.
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_High_th_2
Ignore on read
0x53,RW
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 2, for TX pattern.
8.5.16 TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT3)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-45. TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT3), address 0x0C09
BIT
NAME
15
DEFAULT
Reserved
14:8
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_High_th_5
7
Ignore on read
0x2F,RW
Reserved
6:0
FUNCTION
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 5, for TX pattern.
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_High_th_4
Ignore on read
0x3A,RW
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 4, for TX pattern.
8.5.17 TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT4)
This register allows configuring the threshold for finding the peaks of the reflected signal in the TDR test.
Table 8-46. TDR High Threshold Register (TDRHT4), address 0x0C0A
BIT
NAME
15
DEFAULT
Reserved
14:8
cfg_ptrn_High_th_7
7
Ignore on read
0x1F,RW
Reserved
6:0
FUNCTION
0,RO
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 7, for TX pattern.
0,RO
cfg_ptrn_High_th_6
Ignore on read
0x26,RW
Peak (absolute) High threshold value 6, for TX pattern.
8.5.18 TDR Pattern Control Register 1 (TDRLCR1)
This register allows configuring the forward shadow values for the TDR test.
Table 8-47. TDR Pattern Control Register 1 (TDRLCR1), address 0x0C0B
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
0,RO
FUNCTION
15:12
Reserved
Ignore on read
11:9
cfg_ptrn_fr_shdw_inc
0x1,RW
Forward shadow area from peak detection increment factor (X/128).
8:5
cfg_ptrn_init_fr_shdw
0x6,RW
Forward shadow area from peak detection initial samples size.
4:0
cfg_ptrn_init_skip
0x10, RW
Initial skip (ignore) samples number from Tx start.
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8.5.19 TDR Pattern Control Register 2 (TDRLCR2)
This register allows configuring the gear threshold values for the TDR test.
Table 8-48. TDR Pattern Control Register 2 (TDRLCR2), address 0x0C0C
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
15:9
Reserved
8:4
cfg_ptrn_gear_tout
3:0
Reserved
FUNCTION
0,RO
Ignore on read
0x14,RW
Thresholds gear shifts distance in samples
0x8,RO
Ignore on read
8.5.20 DSA Configuration Register 1 (DSACR1)
This register allows use of the smoothing filter during the DSA tests.
Table 8-49. DSA Configuration Register 1 (DSACR1), address 0x0C26
BIT
NAME
15:7
Reserved
6
5:0
DEFAULT
0x180,RO
FUNCTION
Ignore on read
cfg_dsa_smooth_filt_byps
0x1,RW
0 = Disable DSA engine smooth filter bypass
1 = Enable DSA engine smooth filter bypass
Reserved
0x04,RO
Ignore on read
8.5.21 DSA Configuration Register 2 (DSACR2)
This register allows configuration of the DSA taps are used for the DSA tests. We specify the first and last
taps in use and the DSA uses all the taps between them.
Table 8-50. DSA Configuration Register 2 (DSACR2), address 0x0C27
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
15:8
cfg_dsa_en_last_coeff_num
0x1E,RW
Last coefficient number used by the DSA engine
7:0
cfg_dsa_en_first_coeff_num
0x0,RW
First coefficient number used by the DSA engine
8.5.22 DSA Start Frequency (DSASFR)
This register allows configuration of the starting frequency for the spectrum analysis of the DSA engine. It
represents 1.9 kHz resolution in the frequency domain.
Table 8-51. DSA Start Frequency (DSASFR), address 0x0C28
BIT
NAME
15:0
cfg_start_freq
DEFAULT
0x0,RW
FUNCTION
Starting frequency for the DSA
8.5.23 DSA Frequency Control (DSAFCR)
This register defines the average factor we will use in the DSA. In addition it defines the frequency step for
the DSA. The field represents resolution of 119.2 Hz.
Table 8-52. DSA Frequency Control (DSAFCR), address 0x0C29
BIT
NAME
15:12
11
10:0
66
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
cfg_dsa_average
0xA,RW
Averaging factor for DSA engine – 2X cycles
Reserved
0x0,RO
Reserved
cfg_dsa_inc_factor
0x400,RW
DSA Frequency increment factor (frequency step)
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8.5.24 DSA Output Control (DSAOCR)
This register configures which DSA outputs are selected to the 16 bit RAM available bits. The files
configure the MSB location of the DSA engine.
Table 8-53. DSA Output Control (DSAOCR), address 0x0C2A
BIT
NAME
15:12
cfg_dsa_output_msb
11:0
Reserved
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
0x0,RW
DSA output MSB select. Select which bits of the DSA output are saved in the
RAM
0x003,RO
Reserved
8.5.25 RAM Control 1 (RAMCR1)
This register enables the RAM in order to read the DSA results.
Table 8-54. RAM Control 1 (RAMCR1), address 0x0D00
BIT
NAME
15
14:0
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
cpu_ram_en
0x0,RW
1 = Enable CPU access to RAM
0 = Disable CPU access to RAM
Reserved
0x0,RO
Reserved
8.5.26 RAM Control 2 (RAMCR2)
This register enables resetting the RAM memory and address prior to starting the DSA test
Table 8-55. RAM Control 2 (RAMCR2), address 0x0D01
BIT
NAME
DEFAULT
FUNCTION
15
man_cable_diag_restart
0x0,RW
1= Restart cable diagnostics block manual
0 = Do not restart cable diagnostics block manual
14
man_cable_diag_reset
0x0,RW
1= Soft reset of cable diagnostics block manual
0 = Do not reset cable diagnostics block manual
13
reset_ram_addr_indx
0x0,RW
1= Reset RAM address index
0 = Do not reset RAM address index
Reserved
0x0,RO
Reserved
12:0
8.5.27 RAM Data Out (RAMDR)
This register is the DSA output result register.
Table 8-56. RAM Data Out (RAMDR), address 0x0D04
BIT
NAME
15:0
DEFAULT
RAM Data Out
8.5.28
0x0,RW
FUNCTION
RAM data out
CD Pre Test Configuration Control 1 (CDPTC1R)
This register enables cable diagnostic pre test configuration.
Table 8-57. CD Pre Test Configuration Control 1 (CDPTC1R), address 0x0107
BIT
15:9
8
7:0
NAME
DEFAULT
Reserved
0x0,RO
FUNCTION
Reserved
cd_pre_test_cfg_en
0,RW
1 = Enable Cable diagnostic pre test configuration
0 = Disable Cable diagnostic pre test configuration
Reserved
0,RO
Reserved
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This register latches the outcome of enabling the cable diagnostic pre test configuration.
Table 8-58. CD Pre Test Configuration Control 2 (CDPTC2R), address 0x010F
BIT
NAME
15:4
DEFAULT
Reserved
3
2:0
0x034,RO
FUNCTION
Reserved
cd_pre_test_cfg_latched
0,RW
1 = Cable Diagnostic pre test configuration is latched
0 = Cable Diagnostic pre test configuration is not latched
Reserved
0,RO
Reserved
8.5.30 LPF Bypass (LPFBR)
This register enables to bypass the LPF for the DSA tests.
Table 8-59. LPF Bypass (LPFBR), address 0x00AC
BIT
NAME
15:11
68
Reserved
DEFAULT
0x0,RO
FUNCTION
Reserved
10
dsa_lpf_bypass
0,RW
1 = Bypass DSA LPF
0 = Do not bypass DSA LPF
9:0
Reserved
0,RO
Reserved
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9 Electrical Specifications
All parameters are derived by test, statistical analysis, or design.
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS (1)
9.1
VALUE
UNIT
–0.3 to 3.8
V
V18_PFBIN1, V18_PFBIN2
–0.3 to 2.2
V
VA11_PFBIN1, VA11_PFBIN2
–0.3 to 1.8
V
–0.3 to 2.2
V
–0.3 to 6
V
–0.3 to 3.8
V
–0.3 to 2.2
V
VDD33_IO, VDD33_VA11,
VDD33_V18, VDD33_VD11
XI
Supply voltage
DC Input voltage
TD-, TD+, RD-, RD+
Other Inputs
XO
DC Output voltage
Other outputs
–0.3 to 3.8
V
105
°C
±16
kV
Maximum die temperature θJ
IEC 60749-26 ESD (human-body model) (2)
JEDEC Standard 22, Test Method A114 (human-body model)
ESD
(1)
(2)
9.2
(2)
±16
JEDEC Standard 22, Test Method A114 (human-body model), all pins
1.5
JEDEC Standard 22, Test Method C101 (charged-device model), all pins
1.5
Stresses beyond those listed under “absolute maximum ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings
only, and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under “recommended operating
conditions” is not implied. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
On pins TD+, TD-, RD+, RD-, with VDD33_IO, VDD33_VA11 VDD33_V18, VDD33_VD11, V18_PFBIN1, V18_PFBIN2, VA11_PFBIN1,
VA11_PFBIN2, VA11_PFBOUT, V18_PFBOUT, VDD11, VSS connected to ground potential.
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
θJA
Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance (no airflow)
26.8
θJB
Junction-to-board thermal resistance
16.2
θJC
Junction-to-case thermal resistance
9.3
VDD33_IO
I/O 3.3V Supply
V18_PFBIN1,
V18_PFBIN2
External Supply (1)
VA11_PFBIN1,
VA11_PFBIN2
PD
°C/W
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
Core Supply voltage
(1)
(2)
(3)
UNIT
40
VDD33_VA11,VDD33_V18,
VDD33_VD11
TA
MAX
Ambient temperature (2)
Power dissipation
MIN
NOM
MAX
2.38
3.3
3.6
V
3.0
3.3
3.6
V
1.7
1.8
1.9
V
1.04
1.1
1.15
V
85
°C
189
mW
–40
(3)
UNIT
When the internal voltage regulator is not used and the external supply is used
Provided that GNDPAD, pin 49, is soldered down. See Thermal Vias Recommendation for more detail.
For 100Base-TX, When external 1.8V, 1.1 and 3.3V supplies are used.
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DC CHARACTERISTICS
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
(1)
TYP
VIH
Input high voltage
VIL
Input low voltage
IIH
Input high current
VIN = VCC
IIL
Input low current
VOL
Output low voltage
VOH
Output high voltage
IOH = –4 mA
IOZ
3-State leakage
VOUT = VCC, VOUT = GND
VTPTD_100
100M transmit voltage
VTPTDsym
100M transmit voltage symmetry
VTPTD_10
10M transmit voltage
CIN1
CMOS input capacitance
5
COUT1
CMOS output capacitance
5
UNIT
V
(1)
0.8
V
10
μA
VIN = GND
10
μA
IOL = 4 mA
0.4
V
VCC – 0.5
0.95
V
1
±10
μA
1.05
V
±2%
2.2
SDTHon
100BASE-TX Signal detect turnon threshold
SDTHoff
100BASE-TX Signal detect turnoff threshold
VTH1
10BASE-T Receive threshold
(1)
MAX
2.0
2.5
2.8
V
pF
pF
1000
mV diff
pk-pk
mV diff
pk-pk
200
585
mV
Nominal VCC of VDD33_IO = 3.3V
9.5
POWER SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS
The data was measured from a TLK100 evaluation board. The current from each of the power supply is
measured and the power dissipation is computed. For the single 3.3V external supply case the power dissipation
across the internal linear regulator is also included. All the power dissipation numbers are measured at the
nominal power supply and typical temperature of 25°C.
9.5.1
Active Power
PARAMETER
100BASE-T /W Traffic (full packet 1518B rate)
10BASE-T /W Traffic (full packet 1518B rate)
9.5.2
Extreme Low Power Mode
General Power Down Mode (1)
Passive Sleep Mode
Active Sleep Mode
70
FROM THE
POWER SUPPLIES
FROM THE
CENTER TAP
43
Multiple External Supplies
146
Single 3.3V external supply
316
80
Multiple External Supplies
84
205
Single 3.3V external supply
189
205
UNIT
mW
Power Down Power
PARAMETER
(1)
TEST CONDITIONS
TEST CONDITIONS
FROM THE POWER SUPPLIES
Multiple External Supplies
14.2
Single 3.3V external supply
23.1
Multiple External Supplies
18.2
Single 3.3V external supply
33
Multiple External Supplies
51.4
Single 3.3V external supply
102.3
Multiple External Supplies
51.4
Single 3.3V external supply
102.3
UNIT
mW
The internal PLL is disabled. System works of the Refclk
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AC Specifications
Table 9-1. Power Up Timing
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
t1
Reset deassertion time from power up
t2
Time from reset deassertion to the hardware
configuration pins transition to output drivers
VCC
MIN
Hardware Configuration Pins are described in
the Pin Description section.
TYP MAX
UNIT
200
μs
46
ns
t1
XI Clock
Hardware
RESET_N
t2
Dual Function Pins
Become Enabled As Outputs
Input
Output
T0338-01
Figure 9-1. Power Up Timing
NOTE
It is important to choose pull-up and/or pull-down resistors for each of the hardware
configuration pins that provide fast RC time constants in order to latch-in the proper value
prior to the pin transitioning to an output driver.
Table 9-2. Reset Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
XI Clock must be stable for at min. of 1ms
during RESET pulse low time.
RESET pulse width
MIN
TYP MAX
1
UNIT
μs
VCC
XI Clock
t1
Hardware
RESET_N
T0339-01
Figure 9-2. Reset Timing
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Table 9-3. MII Serial Management Timing
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
t1
MDC Frequency
t2
MDC to MDIO (Output) Delay Time
t3
t4
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
2.5
25
MHz
0
ns
MDIO (Input) to MDC Hold Time
10
ns
MDIO (Input) to MDC Setup Time
10
ns
MDC
t1
t2
MDIO (Output)
MDC
t3
t4
MDIO (Input)
Valid Data
T0340-01
Figure 9-3. MII Serial Management Timing
Table 9-4. 100Mb/s MII Transmit Timing
PARAMETER
MIN
TYP
MAX
100 Mb/s Normal mode
16
20
24
TXD[3:0], TX_EN Data Setup to TX_CLK
100 Mb/s Normal mode
10
ns
TXD[3:0], TX_EN Data Hold from TX_CLK
100 Mb/s Normal mode
0
ns
t1
TX_CLK High Time
t2
TX_CLK Low Time
t3
t4
TEST CONDITIONS
UNIT
ns
t2
t1
TX_CLK
t3
t4
TXD[3:0]
TX_EN
Valid Data
T0341-01
Figure 9-4. 100Mb/s MII Transmit Timing
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Table 9-5. 100Mb/s MII Receive Timing
PARAMETER
(1)
TEST CONDITIONS
t1
RX_CLK High Time
t2
RX_CLK Low Time
t3
RX_CLK to RXD[3:0], RX_DV, RX_ER Delay
(1)
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
100 Mb/s Normal mode
16
20
24
ns
100 Mb/s Normal mode
10
30
ns
RX_CLK may be held low or high for a longer period of time during transition between reference and recovered clocks. Minimum high
and low times will not be violated.
t1
t2
RX_CLK
t3
RXD[3:0]
RX_DV
RX_ER
Valid Data
T0342-01
Figure 9-5. 100Mb/s MII Receive Timing
Table 9-6. 100BASE-TX Transmit Packet Latency Timing
PARAMETER
t1
(1)
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
100 Mb/s Normal mode (1)
TX_CLK to PMD Output Pair Latency
TYP
MAX
8.6
UNIT
bits
For Normal mode, latency is determined by measuring the time from the first rising edge of TX_CLK occurring after the assertion of
TX_EN to the first bit of the 'J' code group as output from the PMD Output Pair. 1 bit time = 10ns in 100 Mb/s mode.
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD
t1
PMD Output Pair
IDLE
(J/K)
DATA
T0343-01
Figure 9-6. 100BASE-TX Transmit Packet Latency Timing
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Table 9-7. 100BASE-TX Transmit Packet Deassertion Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
TX_CLK to PMD Output Pair deassertion
MIN
TYP
100 Mb/s Normal mode
MAX
UNIT
8.6
bits
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD
t1
PMD Output Pair
(T/R)
DATA
DATA
(T/R)
IDLE
IDLE
T0344-01
Figure 9-7. 100BASE-TX Transmit Packet Latency Timing
Table 9-8. 100BASE-TX Transmit Timing (tR/F and Jitter)
PARAMETER
t1
t2
(1)
(2)
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
3
4
5
ns
100 Mb/s tR and tF Mismatch (2)
500
ps
100 Mb/s PMD Output Pair Transmit Jitter
1.4
ns
100 Mb/s PMD Output Pair tR and tF
(1)
UNIT
Rise and fall times taken at 10% and 90% of the +1 or -1 amplitude.
Normal Mismatch is the difference between the maximum and minimum of all rise and fall times.
t1
+1 rise
90%
10%
PMD Output Pair
10%
90%
+1 fall
t1
–1 rise
t1
–1 fall
t1
t2
PMD Output Pair
Eye Pattern
t2
T0345-01
Figure 9-8. 100BASE-TX Transmit Timing (tR/F and Jitter)
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Table 9-9. 100BASE-TX Receive Packet Latency Timing
TEST CONDITIONS (1)
PARAMETER
t1
t2
(1)
(2)
(3)
Carrier Sense ON Delay
(2)
Receive Data Latency
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
100 Mb/s Normal mode
13.6
bits (3)
100 Mb/s Normal mode
18.4
bits
PMD Input Pair voltage amplitude is greater than the Signal Detect Turn-On Threshold Value.
Carrier Sense On Delay is determined by measuring the time from the first bit of the “J” code group to the assertion of Carrier Sense.
1 bit time = 10 ns in 100 Mb/s mode
PMD Input Pair
IDLE
(J/K)
Data
t1
CRS
t2
RXD[3:0]
RX_DV
RX_ER
T0346-01
Figure 9-9. 100BASE-TX Receive Packet Latency Timing
Table 9-10. 100BASE-TX Receive Packet Deassertion Timing
PARAMETER
t1
(1)
(2)
Carrier Sense OFF Delay
TEST CONDITIONS
(1)
MIN
100 Mb/s Normal mode
TYP
MAX
13.6
UNIT
bits (2)
Carrier Sense Off Delay is determined by measuring the time from the first bit of the “T” code group to the deassertion of Carrier Sense.
1 bit time = 10 ns in 100 Mb/s mode
PMD Input Pair
DATA
(T/R)
IDLE
t1
CRS
T0347-01
Figure 9-10. 100BASE-TX Receive Packet Deassertion Timing
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Table 9-11. 10 Mb/s MII Transmit Timing
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
10 Mb/s MII mode
190
200
210
ns
t1
TX_CLK Low Time
t2
TX_CLK High Time
t3
TXD[3:0], TX_EN Data Setup to TX_CLK ↓
10 Mb/s MII mode
25
ns
t4
TXD[3:0], TX_EN Data Hold from TX_CLK ↑
10 Mb/s MII mode
0
ns
t2
t1
TX_CLK
t3
TXD[3:0]
TX_EN
t4
Valid Data
T0348-01
Figure 9-11. 10 Mb/s MII Transmit Timing
Table 9-12. 10Mb/s MII Receive Timing
PARAMETER (1)
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
160
200
240
ns
t1
RX_CLK High Time
t2
RX_CLK Low Time
t3
RX_CLK rising edge delay from RXD[3:0], RX_DV Valid
10 Mb/s MII mode
100
ns
RX_CLK to RXD[3:0], RX_DV Delay
10 Mb/s MII mode
100
ns
t4
(1)
RX_CLK may be held low for a longer period of time during transition between reference and recovered clocks. Minimum high and low
times will not be violated.
t1
t2
RX_CLK
t3
t4
RXD[3:0]
RX_DV
Valid Data
T0349-01
Figure 9-12. 10Mb/s MII Receive Timing
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Table 9-13. 10BASE-T Transmit Timing (Start of Packet)
PARAMETER
t1
(1)
TEST CONDITIONS
Transmit Output Delay from the Falling Edge of TX_CLK
MIN
10 Mb/s MII mode
TYP
MAX
UNIT (1)
5.8
bits
(1) 1 bit time = 100ns in 10Mb/s.
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD
t1
PMD Output Pair
Figure 9-13. 10BASE-T Transmit Timing (Start of Packet)
Table 9-14. 10BASE-T Transmit Timing (End of Packet)
MIN
TYP
t1
End of Packet High Time (with ‘0’ ending bit)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
250
310
MAX
UNIT
ns
t2
End of Packet High Time (with ‘1’ ending bit)
250
310
ns
TX_CLK
TX_EN
t1
0
PMD Output Pair
PMD Output Pair
1
0
1
t2
Figure 9-14. 10BASE-T Transmit Timing (End of Packet)
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Table 9-15. 10BASE-T Receive Timing (Start of Packet)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
1000
UNIT
t1
Carrier Sense Turn On Delay (PMD Input Pair to MII_CRS)
550
t2
RX_DV Latency (1)
9.3
bits
t3
Receive Data Latency
14
bits
(1)
Measurement shown from
SFD
ns
10BASE-T RX_DV Latency is measured from first bit of decoded SFD on the wire to the assertion of RX_DV
1st SFD Bit Decoded
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
TPRD
t1
CRS
RX_CLK
t2
RX_DV
t3
RXD[3:0]
0000
Preamble
SFD
Data
T0354-01
Figure 9-15. 10BASE-T Receive Timing (Start of Packet)
Table 9-16. 10BASE-T Receive Timing (End of Packet)
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
Carrier Sense Turn Off Delay
TYP
1.3
1
0
1
MAX
UNIT
μs
IDLE
PMD Input Pair
RX_CLK
t1
CRS
Figure 9-16. 10BASE-T Receive Timing (End of Packet)
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Table 9-17. 10Mb/s Jabber Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
Jabber Activation Time
TYP
MAX
100
UNIT
ms
TXE
t1
PMD Output Pair
T0357-01
Figure 9-17. 10Mb/s Jabber Timing
Table 9-18. 10BASE-T Normal Link Pulse Timing
PARAMETER (1)
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
t1
Pulse Period
16
ms
t2
Pulse Width
100
ns
(1)
Transmit timing
t1
t2
Normal Link Pulse(s)
T0358-01
Figure 9-18. 10BASE-T Normal Link Pulse Timing
Table 9-19. Auto-Negotiation Fast Link Pulse (FLP) Timing
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
t1
Clock Pulse to Clock Pulse Period
t2
Clock Pulse to Data Pulse Period
t3
Clock, Data Pulse Width
t4
FLP Burst to FLP Burst Period
t5
Burst Width
MIN
Data = 1
TYP
MAX
UNIT
125
μs
62
μs
114
ns
16
ms
2
ms
t1
t2
t3
t3
Fast Link Pulse(s)
Clock
Pulse
Data
Pulse
Clock
Pulse
t4
t5
FLP Burst
FLP Burst
T0359-01
Figure 9-19. Auto-Negotiation Fast Link Pulse (FLP) Timing
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Table 9-20. 100BASE-TX Signal Detect Timing
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
t1
SD Internal Turn-on Time
100
μs
t2
SD Internal Turn-off Time
500
μs
PMD Input Pair
t1
t2
SD+ Intermal
T0360-01
NOTE: The signal amplitude on PMD Input Pair must be TP-PMD compliant.
Figure 9-20. 100BASE-TX Signal Detect Timing
Table 9-21. 100 Mb/s Internal Loopback Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
TX_EN to RX_DV Loopback
MIN
100 Mb/s internal loopback mode
TYP
272
MAX
UNIT
ns
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD[3:0]
CRS
t1
RX_CLK
RX_DV
RXD[3:0]
T0361-01
(1)
(2)
Due to the nature of the descrambler function, all 100BASE-TX Loopback modes will cause an initial dead-time of up to 550 μs
during which time no data is present at the receive MII outputs. The 100BASE-TX timing specified is based on device delays after
the initial 550µs dead-time.
Measurement is made from the first rising edge of TX_CLK after assertion of TX_EN.
Figure 9-21. 100 Mb/s Internal Loopback Timing
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Table 9-22. 10 Mb/s Internal Loopback Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
TX_EN to RX_DV Loopback
MIN
TYP
MAX
10 Mb/s internal loopback mode
2.4
UNIT
μs
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD[3:0]
CRS
t1
RX_CLK
RX_DV
RXD[3:0]
T0362-01
NOTE: Measurement is made from the first rising edge of TX_CLK after assertion of TX_EN.
Figure 9-22. 10 Mb/s Internal Loopback Timing
Table 9-23. Isolation Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
From Deassertion of S/W or H/W Reset to transition from Isolate to Normal
mode
MIN
TYP MAX
65
UNIT
ns
H/W or S/W Reset
t1
ISOLATE
MODE
NORMAL
T0365-01
Figure 9-23. Isolation Timing
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Table 9-24. 25 MHz_OUT Timing
PARAMETER
(1)
t1
25 MHz_OUT
t2
25 MHz_OUT (1) High Time
t3
25 MHz_OUT (1) Low Time
(1)
TEST CONDITIONS
propagation delay
MIN
TYP
Relative to XI
MAX
8.8
20
MII mode
UNIT
ns
ns
20
25 MHz_OUT characteristics are dependent upon the XI input characteristics.
XI
t1
t2
t3
25 MHz_OUT
T0366-01
Figure 9-24. 25 MHz_OUT Timing
Table 9-25. 100 Mb/s MII Loopback Timing
PARAMETER
t1
TEST CONDITIONS
RX_CLK to RXD[3:0], RX_DV, RX_ER Delay
MIN
100 Mb/s MII Loopback mode
TYP
MAX
1
UNIT
ns
RX_CLK
t1
RXD[3:0]
RX_DV
RX_ER
Valid Data
Figure 9-25. 100 Mb/s MII Loopback Timing
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10 Appendix A: Digital Spectrum Analyzer (DSA) Output
The following figure is an example of the DSA output. In the figure, 512 samples of the spectral analysis of
4 different cable lengths are provided. The first bin is 23.4 MHz. Each following bin represents 61kHz
increment. A view of the LPF nature of the channel and how it increases as longer cables are used is
seen.
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Added bullet item " Enables IEEE1588 Time-Stamping" ....................................................................... 1
Added recommendation on operating with multiple supplies ................................................................. 12
Changed figure ( AN Pin Configuration and LED Loading Example) - 110Ω resistors to 470Ω resistors. ............. 16
Added Interfaces section .......................................................................................................... 21
Added Architecture section ........................................................................................................ 26
Changed note from "On pins TD+, TD-, RD+, RD-, VDD33_IO, VDD33_VA11 VDD33_V18, VDD33_VD11,
V18_PFBIN1, V18_PFBIN2, VA11_PFBIN1, VA11_PFBIN2, VA11_PFBOUT, V18_PFBOUT, VDD11, VSS." to
"On pins TD+,TD-,RD+,RD- with VDD33_IO .... VDD11_VSS connected to ground potential." ......................... 69
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