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User's Guide
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This User Guide describes the design and operation of the evaluation module (EVM) for the TLK105L and
TLK106L.
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Contents
TLK105/6L EVM Purpose and Content .................................................................................. 2
1.1
TLK105/6L EVM Use .............................................................................................. 2
Information and Specifications ............................................................................................ 2
2.1
Usage Setup and Configuration .................................................................................. 2
2.2
Address Settings ................................................................................................... 2
2.3
TLK105/6L Connections .......................................................................................... 3
TLK105/6LCUSEVM Specifications ...................................................................................... 3
3.1
Overview ............................................................................................................ 3
3.2
Required Resources ............................................................................................... 3
3.3
Features ............................................................................................................. 4
3.4
RMII Configuration ................................................................................................. 4
3.5
TLK105/6LCUSEVM Block Diagram ............................................................................ 5
3.6
PCB Physical Layout .............................................................................................. 5
3.7
EVM Schematics ................................................................................................... 7
Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................. 13
4.1
Bill of Materials .................................................................................................... 13
Software .................................................................................................................... 16
List of Figures
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EVM Block Diagram ........................................................................................................
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EVM Layout ..................................................................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – Top Level Schematics ..........................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – PHY Schematics ................................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – 3.3V/1.5V LDO Schematics ....................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – SOR Schematics
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – Magnetics Schematics ........................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM – MII Connector Schematics
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List of Tables
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM Connections ........................................................................................
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM ANEG Modes Connections.......................................................................
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Bill of Materials.............................................................................................................
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TLK105/6L EVM Purpose and Content
The Industrial Ethernet TLK105/6LCUSEVM enables Texas Instruments customers to quickly design and
market systems using the TLK105L and TLK106L devices. Customers are encouraged to use a design
similar to the EVM circuit to expedite their product development.
The TLK105/6LCUSEVM requires only a single-voltage power supply (5V from the MII). All other voltages
are internally regulated.
The EVM kit contains:
• TLK105/6LCUSEVM Unit
• Printed copy of this User's Guide
• TLK105/6LCUSEVM schematic
1.1
TLK105/6L EVM Use
The TLK10xL devices support an IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-FX Fiber Interface. This ability was not
implemented in this customer EVM. For fiber performance evaluation, a new customer EVM is being
developed.
The TLK10xL devices support the use of 2 LEDs. The second LED support was not implemented in this
customer EVM. For two-LED evaluation, a new customer EVM is being developed.
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Information and Specifications
This section provides the specifications of TLK105/6LCUSEVM card and a description of the card's
interfaces, connectors, jumpers and LEDs.
2.1
Usage Setup and Configuration
The TLK105/6L is powered via the MII connector.
• If 5V is supplied, the on-board voltage regulator, U1, converts 5V to 3.3V for the device.
• If 3.3V is supplied from the MII connector, populate R59 and remove R56.
• Make sure to install jumper J2 in order to supply 3.3V to CT_INPUT.
• Make sure that jumper J1 exists and is configured for MII or RMII.
2.2
Address Settings
The following jumpers set the PMD address of the TLK105/6LCUSEVM Physical Layer device:
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J7: PHY ID [0]
J6: PHY ID [1]
J5: PHY ID [2]
Default board setting for the PHY Address is 01h
The board may be set to any PHY Address 00h-07h by populating jumpers J5-J7.
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2.3
TLK105/6L Connections
Table 1 describes the connections of the TLK105/6LCUSEVM. Table 2 shows AN_0 mode selection.
Table 1. TLK105/6LCUSEVM Connections
Ref. Des.
Name
Function
P1
MII Male Connector
MII interface
J1
MII or RMII selector
Select between MII mode to RMII mode
J14
RESET N
Reset the device
J2
Central Tap voltage selector
Enable 3.3V supply to the central tap.
U2
RJ45
RJ45 Ethernet connector
J5-J7
PHY ID[0:2]
Configure PHY ID address (default = addr 01h)
J10
RMII Enable
Enable RMII. (default = MII)
J8
CFG CROSSOVER
Disable AMDIX (default = AMDIX ON)
J4
CFG ANEG SPD 0
See description below
Table 2. TLK105/6LCUSEVM ANEG Modes Connections
AN_0
Forced Mode
0
Half Duplex
1
Full Duplex
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TLK105/6LCUSEVM Specifications
3.1
Overview
Texas Instruments provides the TLK105/6LCUSEVM platform for customer evaluation of TLK105/6L
devices, demonstrating the advanced performance described in the TLK10xL data sheet, SLLSEE3. The
EVM supports 10/100 Base-T and is compliant with IEEE 802.3 standard. The TLK105/6LCUSEVM
operates from a single power supply (5V or 3.3V) from the MII. All other voltages required for the
TLK105/6L are internally generated in the device. The TLK105/6LCUSEVM operates over the industrial
temperature range.
3.2
Required Resources
Use any equipment that provides a standard IEEE 802.3, Clause 22 MII DTE interface; for example, a
SmartBits® Netcom box.
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Features
The TLK105/6CUSEVM features:
• Industrial temperature rating: –40°C ±105°C (the TLK105L maximum temperature is 85°C)
• Industrial-temperature external magnetics
• Control and status:
– Configurable PHY Addresses – any address between 00h-07h (01h default) using jumpers as
described in Table 1
– 4 LEDs – 2 power and 2 status LEDs (Link)
• Strap options:
– MII or RMII jumper (MII disable)
– Resistor strapping options:
• Configurable PHY Addresses 08h-31h
– RESET_N (RESET) jumper
• Connections for the following interfaces:
– MII connector
– RJ-45 connector
• Single-sided component placement
• On-board clock – Crystal or Oscillator Dual Footprint
• On-board power supplied by MII the connector only, resistors to configure 5V or 3.3V operation
3.4
RMII Configuration
To
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use the TLK105/6L with the RMII interface, change the following:
Change J1 to PD (RMII)
Connect J10 (RMII PU)
Disconnect R71 and R72
Populate R73 (0Ω)
Remove XTAL1
Populate a 50MHz oscillator at U5, such as VALPEY_FISHER, part number VF3AH1-50MHZ
Note: In RMII mode, the PHY shares a 50MHz clock with the MAC. Install a 50MHz OSC on the
TLK105/6LCUSEVM at U5, and remove the crystal. The MAC receives the shared CLK on the TX_CLK
pin on the MII Connector (this pin is not used when working in RMII).
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3.5
TLK105/6LCUSEVM Block Diagram
MII connector
5 V from MII
1.5-V
regulator
3.3-V
regulator
BU
S
MI
I/R
MI
I
1.5 V
3.3 V
INT/EXT
voltage
1.5 V
1.5 V
LED Link
25/50-MHZ crystal
or oscilator
PHY
DUT
Boot resistors/
jumpers
RESET
Magnetics pulse HX1188
RJ45
Figure 1. EVM Block Diagram
3.6
PCB Physical Layout
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FR4 material
Trace impedance—Differential impedance 100 ohms, ±5%
Uniform supply and ground planes
4-layer board
Combination of through-hole and surface-mount technology
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Figure 2. EVM Layout
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EVM Schematics
MII_CONECTOR
COL
CRS
MDC
MDIO
RX_CLK
RX_DV
RX_ER
5V_PS
TLK10XL_CUSEVM_PS
MDC
1_5V_PS
3_3V_PS
1_5V_PS
3_3V_PS
ROOM=POWER SUPPLY
MDIO
RX_CLK
POR
U3
MII_REV2
tps3825-33dbvt
MX0052
RX_DV
RX_ER
5
VDD_PWR_PIN5
4
MR_N_IN_PIN4
3xjumper
RESET
TX_EN
RXD0
RXD1
RXD2
RXD3
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
IN RMII MODE CONNECT JUMPER BETWEEN 2-3
TX_EN
RXD0
RXD1
C29
I35
1NF
IGNORE
1
TX_CLK
3
IN3
N2
2
RMII
25_50M_REF
CRS
5V_PS
1
PN0035R
MTLW-103-23-S-S-260
POWER SUPPLY
5V_PS
2
J1
NI
1
MII
TX_CLK
COL
2
3.7
TPS3825-33DBVT
RESET_N_OUT_PIN1
1
RESET_OUT_PIN3
3
RESET_N
2
GND_PWR_PIN2
C30
I37
1NF
IGNORE
IGNORE
RXD2
RXD3
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
ROOM=MII_CONNECTOR
TLK10XL DUT
1_5V_PS
3_3V_PS
RESET_N
1
R32
0
2
1_5V_PS
25M_50M_REF
3_3V_PS
COL
RESET_N
CRS
LED_LINK
IGNORE
RESISTOR CLOSE TO DUT
MDC
MDIO
RDM_B
RDP_B
RXD0
RXD1
RXD2
TLK10XL_DUT
RXD3
RX_CLK
RX_DV
RX_ER
TDM_A
TDP_A
ROOM=TLK10XL_DUT
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TLK10XL CONFIGURATION
25_50M_REF
COL
CRS
LED_LINK
MDC
MDIO
RDM_B
RDP_B
RXD0
RXD1
RXD2
RXD3
RX_CLK
RX_DV
RX_ER
TDM_A
TDP_A
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
TX_CLK
TX_EN
3_3V_PS
COL
CRS
LED_LINK
RXD0
RXD1
RXD2
RXD3
RX_DV
RX_ER
3_3V_PS
COL
CRS
LED_LINK
RXD0
RXD1
TLK10XL_CONFIG_DUT
RXD2
RXD3
RX_DV
RX_ER
ROOM=CONFIGURATIONS
MAGNETICS
J2
3_3V_PS
GND
TP30MIL19 TP30MIL20 TP30MIL21 TP30MIL22
M201
M202
M203
M200
JUMPER
RDM_B
RDP_B
TDM_A
TDP_A
CT_INPUT
RDM_B
RDP_B
MAGNETICS
TDM_A
TDP_A
ROOM=MAG_DUT
Figure 3. TLK105/6LCUSEVM – Top Level Schematics
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TLK10XT DUT
1
2.2K
I180
2
1
I181
2
1
C60
100PF
I182
2
C59
1NF
1
1
10NF
C57
C58
10UF
2
2
2.2K
1_5V_PS
R82
I183
2
1
2
J14
RESET_N
R74
MDIO
JUMPER
1
3_3V_PS
1_5V_PS
1
IN
OUT
17
U6
TLK10xL
2
1
2
1
R106
100NF
0
2
0805 FOOTPRINT
TLK10XL
PFBOUT
COL/PHYAD0_OUTPUT_P29
RXD0
RXD_0/PHYAD1_OUTPUT_P30
OUT
RXD1
RXD_1/PHYAD2_OUTPUT_P31
OUT
RXD2
RXD_2/PHYAD3_OUTPUT_P32
AVDD33/AFE_TEST_POWER_P14
AVDD33
VDD_PFBIN1_POWER_P13
PFBIN1
1
COL
OUT
PFBOUT
C56
IGNORE
2
OUT
2
CLOSE TO PIN 16
VDD_PFBOUT_POWER_P15
C52
2
I185
100NF
CLOSE TO PIN 15
1_5V_PS
1
RX_ER/MDIX_EN_OUTPUT_P28
1
RBIAS
RBIAS
10UF
I51
100NF
1
I52
C53
2
OUT
RX_ER
RBIAS_POWER_P16
4.87K
1
CRS/CRS_DV/LED_CFC_OUTPUT_P27
RESETN_INPUT_P18
CRS
MDC_INPUT_P20
OUT
MDIO_BIDIR_P19
MIRX_DV/MII_MODE_OUTPUT_P26
VDDS_3P3V_POWER_P21
RX_CLK_OUTPUT_P25
RX_DV
XI_INPUT_P23
RX_CLK
OUT
XO_OUTPUT_P22
OUT
33PF
VDD_PFBIN2_POWER_P24
I110
I171
R96
2
C51
MLED/AN_EN_OUTPUT_P17
0
2
LED_LINK
RESET_N
R73
1
1
MDC
2
MDIO
PFBIN2
IGNORE
2
OUT
OUT
P2
2
1
XTAL
XTAL1
I109
P1
OX0040R
HH2500-18-E-25PPM
C55
R72
0
C48
33PF
IGNORE
PFBIN1
CLOSE TO PIN 13
1M
I128
IN
1
0
0805 FOOTPRINT
2
0
1
R70
R80
IOVDD33
R71
1
R77
TD_P_BIDIR_P12
TDP_A
OUT
TD_N_BIDIR_P11
TDM_A
OUT
RD_P_BIDIR_P10
RDP_B
OUT
RD_N_BIDIR_P9
RDM_B
0
0805 FOOTPRINT
IGNORE
E_D_11
1
2
I47
1
C54
CLOSE TO PIN 24
R79
100NF
0
0805 FOOTPRINT
OUT
2
INTN_INPUT_P8
TXD_3_INPUT_P7
TXD_2_INPUT_P6
GND_2
OUT
TXD_0_INPUT_P4
2
25M_50M_REF
OUTPUT_33
PFBIN2
PFBOUT
1
VDD_4
TXD_1_INPUT_P5
POWER_PAD_POWER_P33
U5
4
TXEN_INPUT_P3
25/50MHZ OSCILATOR
RXD_3/PHYAD4_OUTPUT_P1
3_3V_PS
TXCLK_OUTPUT_P2
2
TLK10XL
R68
4.7K
R66
2
0
I138
2
IGNORE
OUT
RXD3
OUT
TX_CLK
OUT
TX_EN
OUT
TXD0
OUT
TXD1
OUT
OUT
3_3V_PS
R75
2.2K
TXD2
TXD3
1
1
I139
2
C41
100PF
1
I140
2
C40
1NF
C39
10NF
0
1
R67
1
2
1
2
1
2
OS0040R
VF3AH1-25MHZ
IGNORE
R76
2.2K
1
IN
3_3V_PS
1
R65
02
2
2.2K
MUST BE CONNECTED WHEN WORKING IN RMII MODE
R78
2
IGNORE
IGNORE
IOVDD33
1
R64
I126
2
C50
100PF
1
1
I149
2
1NF
C47
I150
2
1
1
10NF
C45
C43
3_3V_PS
I151
2
10UF
0805 FOOTPRINT
02
AVDD33
I14
2
C49
100PF
1
1
I16
2
1NF
C46
I17
2
1
1
10NF
C44
C42
I18
2
10UF
0805 FOOTPRINT
Figure 4. TLK105/6LCUSEVM – PHY Schematics
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3.3V_PS
OFF = MII 5V
ON = MII 3V3
01
R59
2
3_3V_PS
IGNORE
U1
1
tps75433q
402
2
OUT
0
1
2
R3
3.3K
OUTPUT_OUT_PIN9
PULLUP RESISTOR
I52
1
I62
C6
1NF
100PF
1
C5
I72
1
1
+
C4
C3
2
21
10NF
OUTPUT_OUT_PIN8
100UF
1
1
2
1
0
R2
PWR_PAD_GND
GND/HEATSINK_PWR_PIN1
GND/HEATSINK_PWR_PIN10
GND/HEATSINK_PWR_PIN11
GND_PWR_PIN17
GND/HEATSINK_PWR_PIN20
1
2
100UF
C2
C1
I17
2
1
220NF
R1
FB/SENSE_IN_PIN7
EN_IN_PIN5
LD1
3_3V_PS
IN_IN_PIN4
A
RESET/PG_OUT_PIN6
IN_IN_PIN3
K
2
0
RC0805D
17_21SYGC_S530
GREEN
I2
2
VR0095R
2
R56
1
+
IGNORE
5V_PS
IN
NC_PIN2
NC_PIN12
NC_PIN13
NC_PIN14
NC_PIN15
NC_PIN16
NC_PIN18
NC_PIN19
R4
TPS75433Q
200
2
R63
U4
OUT_OUT_PIN9
9
2
OUT
1_5V_PS
1
R62
2
A
3
1
Q1
SOT23
NPN_SM-MMBT2222A
TR0001R
I20
1
2
I24
2
I25
2
C38
100NF
C37
100PF
1
C36
1NF
1
I26
2
1
C34
2
1
10UF
1K
I28
2
R60
4.99K
21
R61
7
5.62K
SS_OUT_PIN7
I33
2
8
C33
6
FB_OUT_PIN8
27PF
1
2
0
1
1_5V_PS
10
1
R55
IGNORE
OUT_OUT_PIN10
R58
10K
1
EN_IN_PIN5
GND_PWR_PIN6
5
11
0
R57
0
BIAS_IN_PIN4
1
+
1
R33
100UF
C32
2
I40
2
C31
1UF
1
4
2
1
3
IN_IN_PIN2
I19
PG_OUT_PIN3
2
THERMAL_PAD_PWR_PIN11
IN_IN_PIN1
2
2
TPS74801DRC
1
K
VR0096R
3_3V_PS
LD8
1
tps74801drc
17_21SYGC_S530
3_3V_PS
1.5V_PS
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IN
3_3V_PS
1
CONFIGURATION PINS
R40
2.2K
IGNORE
1
2
CFG_PHY_ID [4]
RXD3
IN
R41
2.2K
IGNORE
2
CFG_PHY_ID [3]
RXD2
IN
1
J5
JUMPER
2
CFG_PHY_ID [2]
RXD1
1
R37
2
IN
2.2K
1
JUMPER
J6
2
CFG_PHY_ID [1]
RXD0
IN
R38
1
2
2.2K
CFG_PHY_ID [0]
COL
IN
R39
1
2
1
2.2K
JUMPER
J7
2
CFG_CROSSOVR
RX_ER
IN
R35
1
2
2.2K
1
JUMPER
J8
2
1
J10
2
R36
1
JUMPER
MII/RMII
RX_DV
IN
2
2.2K
LED_MODE_CONFIGURATION
CRS
1
IN
R51
2.2K
2
IGNORE
3_3V_PS
R48
1
2
17_21SYGC_S530
I22
R49
NI
CFG_ANEG_SPD_0
LED_LINK
1
J4
2 1
K
3
IN3
2
A
MTLW-103-23-S-S-260
PN0035R
470
LD4
17_21SYGC_S530
I48
R46
2
N2
IN
3xjumper
1
2.2K
2 2A
1
470
1
K
LD5
R47
1
2
2.2K
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R29
1
2
41
33
33
33
5V_PS
1
TP30MIL
1
TP30MIL5
TP30MIL9
TP30MIL7
IGNORE
IGNORE
IGNORE
TP30MIL13
TP30MIL17
TP30MIL11
TP30MIL15
TP30MIL18
IGNORE
IGNORE
IGNORE
IGNORE
IGNORE
PIN1
PIN2
PIN3
PIN4
PIN5
PIN6
PIN7
PIN8
PIN9
PIN10
PIN11
PIN12
PIN13
PIN14
PIN15
PIN16
PIN17
PIN18
PIN19
PIN20
C27
PIN21
PIN22
PIN23
PIN24
PIN25
PIN26
PIN27
PIN28
PIN29
PIN30
PIN31
PIN32
PIN33
PIN34
PIN35
PIN36
PIN37
PIN38
PIN39
PIN40
47UF
5V_PS
5V_PS
+
1
2
2
TP30MIL
1
1
1
R31
TP30MIL
1
33
1
2
TP30MIL
1
33
1
R17 1
2
33
33
33
2
2
P1
1
1
33
33
2
2
TP30MIL
1
2
R26 1
2 33
R27 1
TP30MIL
1
1
R28 1
2 33
R25 1
R30 1
2
1
C28
47UF
2
33
33
33
R16 1
TP30MIL
1
1
1
2
2
1
TP30MIL
1
1
TP30MIL
1
R24
2
TP30MIL
1
1
1
TX_CLK
TX_EN
TXD0
R19 1
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
R15 1
COL
CRS
TP30MIL
1
1
TP30MIL
1
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
TP30MIL
1
MII_CONNECTOR MALE
IGNORE
MC0002R
5V_PS
2 33
R21 1
R23 1
2 33
1
IGNORE
MC0002R
1
R18 1
MDIO
MDC
RXD3
RXD2
RXD1
RXD0
R20 1
RX_DV
RX_CLK
RX_ER
R22 1
TP30MIL
1
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL
1
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
1
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL10
TP30MIL14
TP30MIL12
TP30MIL16
GND_PIN41
TP30MIL
1
1
TP30MIL8
GND_PIN42
TP30MIL
1
IGNORE
MC0002R
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL6
42
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL4
OUT
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL3
+
IGNORE
MC0002R
TP30MIL2
AMP174218-2
PN0212
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IN
CT_INPUT
1
R9
I83
2
1
TDP_A
2
2
R13
1
0
C24
1UF
I82
2
1
IN
49.9
C23
100NF
1
R10
2
49.9
1
2
I84
2
2
I85
2
R14
RDP_B
IN
RDM_B
IN
1
0
C26
1UF
1
IN
49.9
C25
100NF
1
R11
TDM_A
1
R12
2
49.9
TH
HMTSW-101-07-TM-S-240
MECHANICAL
MC0002R
CT_INPUT
IN
TP30MIL1
TP30MIL
1
1
RJ45_RA
U2
9
10
GND_PIN9
GND_PIN10
6116526-1
I/0_PIN1
I/0_PIN2
I/0_PIN3
I/0_PIN4
I/0_PIN5
I/0_PIN6
I/0_PIN7
I/0_PIN8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
T1
I41
HX1188NL
TX_P16
TX_P1
TX_P15
TX_P2
TX_P14
PN0021R
CHA
TX_P3
NC_P13
NC_P4
NC_P12
NC_P5
RX_P11
RX_P6
CHB
RX_P7
RX_P10
RX_P9
RX_P8
H1102
2
2
I88
R8
1
R7
1
752
I86
C15
1UF
100NF
I89
C8
1
10NF
I47
2
2
C7
1
10NF I51
1
1
R5
R6
752
C14
1
1
C10
1UF
2
2
752
752
1
C9
100NF
I87
1
MAGNETICS
IGNORE
C16
4700PF
I92
2
1
C19
4700PF
I80
2
1
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Table 3. Bill of Materials
Part Name
Ref Des
3XJUMPER_MECHANICAL-
J1, J4
8_POS_TH_MEC-PN0021R, 8POS, 6116526-1
Qty
Part No.
Vendor
Vendor Part No.
Description
New Part No.
2
JUMPERX3
PN0035R
SAMTEC
MTLW-103-23-S-S-260
JUMPERX3 MALE
CON-103260R
U2
1
8POS
PN0021R
AMP-TYCO
6116526-1
RJ45 CAT5 8 POS RA Female
CON-111333R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0042, 100NF, 10V, 10%, 10%,
RC0402, GMC04X7R104K10NT
C9, C14,
C23, C25
4
RC0402
CP0042
CALCHIP
GMC04X7R104K10NT
100NF
100NF_X7R_10V_10%_0402
CAT-400134R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0046, 1NF, 50V, 5%, 5%,
RC0603, CL10B102JBNC
C36
1
RC0603
CP0046
SAMSUNG
CL10B102JBNC
1NF
1NF_X7R_50V_5%_0603
CAP-600106R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0067, 10UF, 35V, 20%, 20%,
1206, CE_GMK325_F106ZHT
C34, C42,
C43, C57
4
1206
CP0067
TAIYO_YUDEN
CE_GMK325_F106ZHT
10UF
10UF_Y5V_35V_20%_1206
CAP-401010R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0105, 100NF, 16V, 10%, 10%,
0603, CL10B104KONC
C38,
C53–C55
4
603
CP0105
SAMSUNG
CL10B104KONC
100NF
100NF_X7R_16V_10%_0603
CAP-400136R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0105, 100NF, 16V, 10%, 10%,
0603, CL10B104KONC
C56
1
603
CP0105
SAMSUNG
CL10B104KONC
100NF
100NF_X7R_16V_10%_0603
CAP-400136R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0120, 1UF, 16V, 80%, 20%,
0805, ECJ2VF1C105Z
C31
1
805
CP0120
PANASONIC
ECJ2VF1C105Z
1UF
1UF_Y5V_16V_+80%_20%_0805
CAP-300108R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0135, 1NF, 25V, 5%, 5%, 0402,
VJ0402Y102JXXA
C29, C30
2
402
CP0135
VITRAMON
VJ0402Y102JXXA
1NF
1NF_X7R_25V_5%_0402
CAS-600104R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0135, 1NF, 25V, 5%, 5%, 0402,
VJ0402Y102JXXA
C5, C40,
C46, C47,
C59
5
402
CP0135
VITRAMON
VJ0402Y102JXXA
1NF
1NF_X7R_25V_5%_0402
CAS-600104R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0136, 27PF, 50V, 1%, 1%,
0603, 0603N270F500NT
C33
1
603
CP0136
HITANO
0603N270F500NT
27PF
27PF_NPO_50V_1%_0603
CAP-902716R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0146, 10NF, 50V, 5%, 5%,
0402, CL05B103JBNC
C4, C7, C8,
C39, C44,
C45, C58
7
402
CP0146
SAMSUNG
CL05B103JBNC
10NF
10NF_X7R_50V_5%_0402
CAS-601034R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0147R, 100PF, 50V, 5%, 5%,
RC0402, VJ0402A101JXAT
C6, C37,
C41, C49,
C50, C60
6
RC0402
CP0147R
VITRAMON
VJ0402A101JXAT
100PF
100PF_NPO_50V_5%_0402
CAP-910004R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0221,1UF,6.3V,15%,15%,0603,
ECJ1VB0J105K
C10, C15,
C24, C26
4
603
CP0221
PANASONIC
ECJ1VB0J105K
1UF
1UF_X7R_6V3_15%_0603
CAS-300106R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0255, 220NF, 16V, 5%, 5%,
0603, 0603B224J160NT
C1
1
603
CP0255
HITANO
0603B224J160NT
220NF
220NF_16V_5%_0603
CAS-402236R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-CP0259, 33PF, 50V, 1%, 1%,
0603, CL10C330FB8NNNC
C48, C51
2
603
CP0259
SAMSUNG
CL10C330FB8NNNC
33PF
33PF_NPO_50V_1%_0603
CAP-903316R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-XXXX, 10UF, 10V, 10%, 10%,
1210, GRM32AR61C106KAB7L
C52
1
1210
XXXX
MURATA
GRM32AR61C106KAB7L
10UF
10UF_X5R_10V_10%_1210
LOW ESR
CAM-301005R
CAPACITOR_SINGLE-XXXX, 4700PF, 2000V, 10%, 10%,
C1812, 1812GC472KATA1A
C16, C19
2
C1812
XXXX
SAMSUNG
1812GC472KAT1A
4700PF
4700PF_NPO_2000V_10%_1
812
CAP-704735R
F4107R_SMT5X7-OS0040R, SMT5X7, VF3AH1-25MHZ
U5
1
SMT5X7
OS0040R
VALPEY_FISHER
VF3AH1-25MHZ
3.3V TIGHT STABILITY
HCMOS SMD OSCILLATOR
WITH STANDBY, 25MHz,
25ppm -40-+85 (INDUSTRIAL)
OSC-507025R
HC49SM_I-25M-INDUSTRIAL_OX0040R
XTAL1
1
HC49SM_I
OX0040R
HEC
HH2500-18-E-25PPM
XTAL HC49SM 25MHZ
100PPM 18PF INDUSTRIAL
CRS-250018R
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JEDEC Type
IGNORE
IGNORE
IGNORE
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Part Name
Ref Des
HX1188NL_SM16-TF0116R, SM16,
T1
JUMPER_TH-PN0019, JMP02, 90120-0762
J2, J5-J8,
J10, J14
LED_SM-LD0021, 50V, RC0805D, 17_21SYGC_S530,
GREEN
LD1, LD4,
LD5, LD8
MII-PN0212, , AMP174218-2
JEDEC Type
Part No.
Vendor
Vendor Part No.
1
SM16
TF0122R
PULSE
7
JMP02
PN0019
4
RC0805D
P1
1
NPN_IC-MMBT222AA-TR0001R
Q1
PCAP_SINGLE-CT0024, 100UF, 10V, 20%, 20%, 7343,
EEJL1AD107R
C2, C3, C32
PCAP_SINGLE-CT0026R, 47UF, 20V, 10%, 10%, 7343,
TCSVS1D476KDAR
New Part No.
HX1188NL
10/100 BASE-T MAGNETICS
CON-118800R
MOLEX
90120-0762
MOLEX JUMPER 0.1 INCH
CON-901202R
LD0021
EVERLIGHT
17_21SYGC_S530
GREEN_LED_SMD_0805
LED-215301R
MII-MALE
PN0212
AMP
AMP174218-2
MII_40PIN_SHILDED_THRA_
MALE
CON-174218R
1
SOT23
TR0001R
XXXX
NPN-SM-MMBT2222A
NPN SOT23 TRANSISTOR
TRS-104023R
3
7343
CT0024
PANASONIC
EEJL1AD107R
100UF
100UF_10V_20%_Tantalum_L
ow_ESR_D_Size
CAP-100343R
C27, C28
2
7343
CT0026R
SAMSUNG
TCSVS1D476KDAR
47UF
47UF_TANT_20V_10%_7343
CAP-047343R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0004, 0, 0.06W, 5%,
RC0603JW_000E
R1, R32,
R55, R59,
R67, R73
6
603
RE0004
BOURNS
RC0603JW_000E
0
0_0W06_5%_0603
RES-100006R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0004, 0, 0.06W, 5%,
RC0603JW_000E
R2, R13,
R14, R33,
R56, R57,
R66, R71,
R72
9
603
RE0004
BOURNS
RC0603JW_000E
0
0_0W06_5%_0603
RES-100006R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0005, 0, 0.1W, 5%,
RC0805JW_000E
R64, R65,
R79, R106
4
805
RE0005
BOURNS
RC0805JW_000E
0
0R_0W1_5%_0805
RES-100008R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0005, 0, 0.1W, 5%,
RC0805JW_000E
R77, R80
2
805
RE0005
BOURNS
RC0805JW_000E
0
0R_0W1_5%_0805
RES-100008R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0044, 4.7K, 0.06W, 5%, CR0603JW472E
R68
1
603
RE0044
BOURNS
CR0603JW-472E
4.7K
4K7_0W06_5%_0603
RES-404706R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0085, 49.9, 0.06W, 1%, RC0402FR0749R9
R9-R12
4
402
RE0085
YAGEO
RC0402FR-0749R9
49.9
49R9_0W06_1%_0402
RES-249914R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0125, 1K, 0.06W, 1%,
CR0603FX_1001E
R62
1
603
RE0125
YAGEO
CR0603FX_1001E
1K
1K_0W06_1%_0603
RES-300106R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0152, 470, 0.1W, 1%, CR0603FX470R
R46, R49
2
603
RE0152
YAGEO
CR0603FX-470R
470
470_0W1_1%_0603
RES-147006R
Part Name
Ref Des
JEDEC TYPE
PART No.
VENDOR
VENDOR PART No.
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
NEW PART No.
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0182, 10K, 0.06W, 1%,
RC0603FR_0710K
R58
1
603
RE0182
YAGEO
RC0603FR_0710K
10K
10K_0W06_1%_0603
RES-301006R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0218, 200, 0.06W, 1%, RC0603FR07200R
R63
1
603
RE0218
AVX
RC0603FR-07200R
200
200R_0W06_1%_0603
RES-320006R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0294, 75, 0.06W, 1%,
CR0603FX_75R
R5-R8
4
603
RE0294
YAGEO
CR0605FX_75R
75
75R_0W06_1%_0603
RES-107506R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0343, 3.3K, 0.06W, 1%, CR0402FX3301G
R3
1
402
RE0343
YAGEO
CR0402FX-3301G
3.3K
3K3_0W06_1%_0402
RES-403304R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0475, 5.62K, 0.06W, 1%,
RC0603FR-075K62
R61
1
603
RE0475
YAGEO
RC0603FR-075K62
5.62K
5K62_0W06_1%_0603
RES-856216R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0518R, 402, 0.06W, 1%, CR0603FX-402RELF
R4
1
603
RE0518R
BOURNS
CR0603-FX-402RELF
402
RESISTOR_402OHM_1%_06
03
RES-140206R
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0536R, 1M, 0.06W, 1%, RC0402FR071M
R70
1
RC0402
RE0536R
YAGEO
RC0402FR-071M
1M
RESISTOR_1M_1%_0402
RES-600104R
Qty
TLK105/6L Customer EVM
Value
BOM
Ignore
Description
14
Qty
IGNORE
IGNORE
BOM
IGNORE
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Qty
JEDEC Type
Part No.
Vendor
Vendor Part No.
Value
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0661R, 2.2K, 0.06W, 1%,
CR0402FR-072K2L
R35-R39,
R47, R48,
R74, R75,
R82
10
402
RE0661R
YAGEO
CR0402FR-072K2L
2.2K
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0661R, 2.2K, 0.06W, 1%,
CR0402FR-072K2L
R40, R41,
R51, R76,
R78
5
402
RE0661R
YAGEO
CR0402FR-072K2L
2.2K
RESISTOR_2PIN-RE0662R, 33, 0.06W, 1%, CR0402FR0733R
R15-R31
17
402
RE0662R
YAGEO
CR0402FR-0733R
RESISTOR_2PIN-XXXX, 4.87K, 0.06W, 1%, CR0603-FX4871ELF
R96
1
RC0603
XXXX
BOURNS
RESISTOR_2PIN-XXXX, 4.99K, 0.06W, 1%, CR0603-FX4991ELF
R60
1
RC0603
XXXX
TLK10XL_IC
U6
1
QFN50P500X500
X100-33
TP30MIL_MECHANICAL-MC0002R
TP30MIL1,
TP30MIL19TP30MIL22
5
TP30MIL_MECHANICAL-MC0002R
TP30MIL2TP30MIL18
17
BOM
Ignore
Description
New Part No.
2.2K_0W06_1%_0402
RES-402204R
2.2K_0W06_1%_0402
RES-402204R
33
33_0W06_1%_0402
RES-103304R
CR0603-FX-4871ELF
4.87K
RESISTOR_4.87K_1%_0603
RES-404876R
BOURNS
CR0603-FX-4991ELF
4.99K
RESISTOR_4.99K_1%_0603
RES-304996R
XXXX
TI
TLK10xL
10_100_PHY_32P_QFN
TLK10xL
TH
MC0002R
SAMTEC
HMTSW-101-07-TM-S-240
TESTPOINT_TH_0.9mm_pad
_1.7MM
CON-101240R
TH
MC0002R
SAMTEC
HMTSW-101-07-TM-S-240
IGNORE
TESTPOINT_TH_0.9mm_pad
_1.7MM
CON-101240R
IGNORE
PROCESSOR
SUPERVISORY CIRCUITS
WITH MR_N INPUT
REG-382533R
IGNORE
TPS3825-33DBVT_IC-MX0052, DBV, TPS3825-33DBVT
U3
1
DBV
MX0052
TI
TPS3825-33DBVT
TPS74801DRC_IC-VR0096R, SON10, TPS74801DRC
U4
1
SON10
VR0096R
TI
TPS74801DRC
LDO 1.5A ADJ
REG-748010R
TPS75433Q_IC-VR0095R, TSSOP-20, TPS75433Q
U1
1
TSSOP-20
VR0095R
TI
TPS75433Q
LDO 3.3V 2A
REG-754330R
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The EVM requires no specific software, and can be controlled from networking equipment that supports
the MII interface. However, for SmartBits users, TI can provide a proprietary GUI that simplifies the
controllability of the TLK105/6LCUSEVM through SmartBits and enables advanced features such as the
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