Silicon Labs UG256 User's Guide

Silicon Labs UG256 User's Guide
UG256: Si5383 Evaluation Board User's
Guide
The Si5383-EVB is used for evaluating the Si5383 Network Synchronizer Clock for SyncE/1588 and Stratum 3/3E applications.
The Si5383 contains three independent DSPLLs in a single IC
with programmable jitter attenuation bandwidth on a per DSPLL
basis. The Si5383-EVB supports three independent differential
input clocks, two independent CMOS input clocks, and seven independent output clocks via onboard SMA connectors. The
Si5383-EVB can be controlled and configured via a USB connection to a host PC running Silicon Labs’ next generation Clock
Builder Pro™ (CBPro™) software tool. Test points are provided
on-board for external monitoring of supply voltages.
EVB FEATURES
• Powered from USB port or external +5 V
power supply via screw terminals
• Onboard 48 MHz XTAL and included
SiOCXO1-EB reference board allows
standalone or holdover mode of operation
on the Si5383
• CBPro™ GUI programmable VDDO
supplies allow each of the seven outputs
to have its own supply voltage selectable
from 3.3, 2.5, or 1.8 V
• CBPro™ GUI allows control and
measurement of voltage, current, and
power of VDD and all 7 VDDO supplies
• Status LEDs for power supplies and
control/status signals of Si5383
• SMA connectors for input clocks, output
clocks and optional external timing
reference clock
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Si5383-EVB Functional Block Diagram, Support Documentation, and ClockBuilder Pro™ Software
1. Si5383-EVB Functional Block Diagram, Support Documentation, and ClockBuilder Pro™ Software
Below is a functional block diagram of the Si5383-EVB. This EVB can be connected to a PC via the main USB connector for programming, control, and monitoring. See 2. Quick Start and Jumper Defaults for more information.
Figure 1.1. Si5383-EVB Functional Block Diagram
All Si5383 EVB schematics, BOMs, User's Guides, and software can be found online at the following link:http://www.silabs.com/products/clocksoscillators/pages/Si538x-4x-evb.aspx
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Quick Start and Jumper Defaults
2. Quick Start and Jumper Defaults
1. Install ClockBuilder Pro desktop software from EVB support web page given in Section 1.
2. Connect the USB cable from Si5383-EVB to PC with ClockBuilder Pro software installed.
3. Connect the SIOCXO1-EB to the reference input using the included SMA cable.
4. Leave the jumpers as installed from the factory, and launch the ClockBuilder Pro software.
5. You can use ClockBuilder Pro to create, download, and run a frequency plan on the Si5383-EVB.
6. For the Si5383 data sheet, go to http://www.silabs.com/timing
Table 2.1. Si5383 EVB Jumper Defaults1
Location
Type
I = Installed O =
Open
Location
Type
I = Installed O =
Open
JP2
2 pin
I
JP21
3 pin
O
JP3
2 pin
I
JP22
2 pin
O
JP4
2 pin
I
JP23
2 pin
O
JP5
3 pin
I
JP24
3 pin
O
JP13
2 pin
O (Jumper supplied)
JP25
2 pin
O
JP14
2 pin
O
JP26
3 pin
O
JP15
2 pin
O
JP27
2 pin
O
JP16
3 pin
O
JP28
3 pin
O
JP17
3 pin
O
JP29
2 pin
O
JP18
2 pin
O
JP31-J34
2 pin
Probe Points
JP19
2 pin
O
J48
3x2 Hdr
3 installed
JP20
3 pin
O
J22
5x2 Hdr
O
Note:
1. Refer to the Si5383 EVB schematics for the functionality associated with each jumper.
2. J31-J34 are intended to be probe points and jumpers should not be installed.
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Status LEDs
3. Status LEDs
Table 3.1. Si5383 EVB Status LEDs
Location
Silkscreen
Color
Status Function Indication
D11
+5V PWR, EXT USB
Green
Main USB +5V present
D12
READY
Green
MCU Ready
D13
BUSY
Green
MCU Busy
D5
INTRB
Blue
Si5383 Interrupt Active
D7
LOL_REFB
Blue
Loss of Reference Lock
D8
LOL_AB
Blue
Loss of Lock, DSPLL A
D18
LOL_DC
Blue
Loss of Lock, DSPLL C
D19
LOL_DB
Blue
Loss of Lock, DSPLL D
D11 is illuminated when the USB+5V supply voltage is present. D12 and D13 are illuminated when the MCU is either Ready or Busy,
respectively. D5 is illuminated when the Si5383's interrupt alarm is asserted. D7, D8, D18, and D19 are illuminated when the associated
PLL is not locked, D7 is the Reference PLL, D8 is for PLLA, D18 is for PLLC, and D19 is for PLLD.
Figure 3.1. Si5383-EVB LED Locations
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External Crystal Oscillator Input (XA/XB)
4. External Crystal Oscillator Input (XA/XB)
An on board 48 MHz XTAL is used in combination with the internal oscillator to produce an ultra-low jitter reference clock for the
DSPLL. The Si5383-EVB can also accommodate an external reference clock, such as a crystal oscillator, instead of a crystal. To evaluate the device with an external crystal oscillator, C93 and C94 must be populated and XTAL Y1 removed (see figure below). A crystal
oscillator's output can then be applied to SMA connectors J26 and J25. The figure below is used for a differential input such as
LVPECL, LVDS, etc. See the Si5383 data sheet for more details on connecting a single ended versus differential input clock.
Note: Using an external crystal oscillator can result in reduced phase jitter performance and is not recommended for this reason.
Figure 4.1. XAXB Input Terminations
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Clock Input and Output Circuits
5. Clock Input and Output Circuits
5. Clock and Reference Input Circuits (IN0/IN0B-IN2/IN2B, IN3, IN4 and REF/REFB)
The Si5383-EVB has eight SMA connectors (REF/REFB, IN0/IN0B-IN2/IN2B) for receiving external differential signals. IN0/IN0B, IN1/
IN1B and IN2/IN2B are differential clock inputs, which single ended clocks may also be applied.
The REF/REFB differential input clock is intended to support a TCXO or OCXO, such as the included SiOCXO1-EB, which determines
the Si5383's wander and holdover over performance. (Please note that this input clock is different from the optional reference clock that
may be applied at XA/XB.)
All differential inputs are terminated as shown in the figure below. The only exception is that the terminating 49.9Ω resistor for REF is
not installed. This is labelled R40 on the EB in the figure below. The reason for this exception is that single-ended TCXOs and OCXOs
typically cannot drive a 50 Ω load. Note that input clocks are ac-coupled and 50 Ω terminated. Single-ended clocks can be used by
appropriately driving one side of the differential pair with the single-ended clock. For details on how to configure inputs as single-ended,
please refer to the Si5383 data sheet.
Figure 5.1. REF/REFB Input Terminations
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Clock Input and Output Circuits
Figure 5.2. Differential Clock Input Terminations
In addition, the Si5383-EVB supports two SMA connectors (IN3, IN4) for receiving external single-ended LVCMOS clocks, such as PPS
inputs. Each of these clocks connects to its respective Si5383 pins via a single installed 0 Ω resistor with a 4.7 K Ω pull down resistor.
Alternatively, R217, R218, R219, R220, C139, and C140 can be modified such as to attenuate a 5V swing.
Figure 5.3. IN3 and IN4, CMOS Input Terminations
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Clock Input and Output Circuits
5.1 Clock Output Circuits (OUTx/OUTxB)
Twelve output drivers, six differential pairs (OUT0/OUT0B - OUT4/OUT4B and OUT6/OUT6B), are AC coupled to their respective SMA
connectors and two output drivers are optimized for a 1 Hz/CMOS output, which is OUT5/OUT5B. If dc coupling is required, the ac
coupling capacitors can be replaced with a resistor of appropriate value. The Si5383-EVB provides pads for optional output termination
resistors and/or low frequency capacitors. Note that components with a schematic "NI" designation is "not installed" and are normally
not populated on the Si5383-EVB and provide locations on the PCB for optional dc/ac terminations by the end user.
Figure 5.4. Output Clock Termination Circuit
Figure 5.5. OUT5 Termination Circuit
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Using the Si5383 EVB and Installing ClockBuilder Pro (CB Pro) Desktop Software
6. Using the Si5383 EVB and Installing ClockBuilder Pro (CB Pro) Desktop Software
6.1 Installing ClockBuilder Pro (CB Pro) Desktop Software
To install the CB Pro software on any Windows 7 (or above) PC:
Go to http://www.silabs.com/CBPro and download ClockBuilder Pro software.
Installation instructions and the user's guide for ClockBuilder can be found at the download link shown above. Please follow the instructions as indicated.
Note: ClockBuilder Pro software may periodically be updated and it's recommended to allow these updates as requested. Additional
tools and features, as well as frequency plan optimization can be included in updates.
6.2 Connecting the EVB to Your Host PC
Once ClockBuilder Pro software is installed, connect to the EVB with a USB cable as shown below.
Figure 6.1. EVB Connection Diagram
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6.3 Additional Power Supplies
The Si5383-EVB comes preconfigured with jumpers installed at JP5 in order to select the "USB" power. These jumpers, together with
the components installed, configure the evaluation board to obtain all +5 V power solely through the main USB connector at J20. This
setup is the default configuration and should normally be sufficient.
The general guidelines for USB power supply operation are listed below:
• Use either USB 4.0, USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port. USB 3.0 is specified to supply 900 mA and USB 4.0 and 2.0 is 500 mA, at +5V.
• If you are working with a USB 4.0 or USB 2.0 port and you are current limited, turn off enough DUT output voltage regulators to drop
the total DUT current ≤470 mA. (Note: USB 2.0 ports may supply >500 mA. Provided the nominal + 5V drops gracefully by less than
10%, the EVB will still work.)
• If you are working with a USB 4.0 or USB 2.0 and you are current limited and need all output clock drivers enabled, reconfigure the
EVB to drive the DUT output voltage regulators from an external +5 power supply as follows:
• Connect external +5 V power supply to terminal block J20 on the back side of the PCB.
• Move the jumper at JP5 from pins 1-2 USB to pins 2-3 EXT.
6.4 Inputs
A TCXO, OCXO, or frequency generator supplying 12.800 MHz (or other desired frequency) is applied to the Reference Input. Clock
signal(s) are applied to the inputs and the frequency is determined when configuring using CBPro. In most cases, a 1 PPS signal is
applied to IN3 and/or IN4 and should be a 3.3V CMOS signal swing. IN0, IN1, and IN2 are configured for differential inputs. See Figure
5.2 Differential Clock Input Terminations on page 7
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6.5 Overview of ClockBuilder Pro Applications
The ClockBuilder Pro installer will install two main applications, ClockBuilder Pro Wizard and CB Pro EVB GUI:
Figure 6.2. ClockBuilder Pro Wizard
Use the CB Pro Wizard to:
• Create a new design
• Review or edit an existing design
• Create multiple designs, tools are included to merge plans and minimize register writes required to update
• Export: create in-system programming files
• Calculate rational fractions, using tools
• Optimize frequency output configuration
• Optimize loop filter and alarms to the application
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Figure 6.3. EVB GUI
Use the EVB GUI to:
• Download configuration to EVB's DUT (Si5383) by selecting file
• Control the EVB's regulators
• Monitor voltage, current, and power on the EVB using the "All Voltages" tab
• Read alarms such as verifying a locked condition, loss of input signal ,etc using the "Status Registers" tab
• Update individual registers using the "DUT Register Editor"
6.6 Common ClockBuilder Pro Work Flow Scenarios
There are three common workflow scenarios when using CB Pro and the Si5383 EVB. These workflow scenarios are:
• Workflow Scenario #1: Testing a Silicon Labs-Created Default Configuration
• Workflow Scenario #2: Modifying the Default Silicon Labs-Created Device Configuration
• Workflow Scenario #3: Creating a User-Generated Device Configuration
• Workflow Scenario #4: Testing a User-Created Device Configuration
Each is described in more detail in the following sections.
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6.7 Workflow Scenario #1: Testing a Silicon Labs-Created Default Configuration
The flow for using the EVB GUI to initialize and control a device on the EVB is as follows.
Once the PC and EVB are connected, launch ClockBuilder Pro by clicking on this icon on your PC's desktop.
Figure 6.4. ClockBuilder Pro Desktop Icon
If an EVB is detected, click on the "Open Default Plan" button on the Wizard's main menu. CB Pro automatically detects the EVB and
device type.
Figure 6.5. Open Default Plan
Once you open the default plan (based on your EVB model number), a popup will appear.
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Figure 6.6. Write Design to EVB Dialog
Select "Yes" to write the default plan to the Si5383 device mounted on your EVB. This ensures the device is completely reconfigured
per the Silicon Labs default plan for the DUT type mounted on the EVB.
Figure 6.7. Writing Design Status
After CBPro writes the default plan to the EVB, click on "Open EVB GUI" as shown below.
Figure 6.8. Open EVB GUI
The EVB GUI will appear. Note all power supplies will be set to the nominal values defined in the device's default CB Pro project file
created by Silicon Labs, as shown in the example session window below.
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Figure 6.9. EVB GUI Window
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6.7.1 Verify Free-Run Mode Operation
Assuming an OCXO or TCXO output has been applied to the REF/REFb input(s) and no external clocks have been connected to the
INPUT CLOCK differential SMA connectors (labeled "INx/INxB"), located around the perimeter of the EVB, the DUT should now be operating in free-run mode. The DUT will be locked to the OCXO/TCXO in this case.
You can run a quick check to determine if the device is powered up and generating output clocks (and consuming power) by clicking on
the Read All button highlighted above and then reviewing the voltage, current and power readings for each VDDx supply.
Note: Shutting the VDD and VDDA supplies Off and then On will power-down and reset the DUT. Every time you do this, to reload the
Silicon Labs-created default plan into the DUT's register space, you must go back to the Wizard's main menu and select "Write Design
to EVB":
Figure 6.10. Write Design to EVB
Failure to do the step above will cause the device to read in a preprogrammed plan from its non-volatile memory (NVM). However, the plan loaded from the NVM may not be the latest plan recommended by Silicon Labs for evaluation.
At this point, you should verify the presence and frequencies of the output clocks (running to free-run modes from the crystal) using
appropriate external instrumentation connected to the output clock SMA connectors. To verify the output clocks are toggling at the correct frequency and signal format, click on View Design Report as highlighted below.
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Figure 6.11. View Design Report
Your configuration's design report will appear in a new window, as shown below. Compare the observed output clocks to the frequencies and formats noted in your default project's Design Report.
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Figure 6.12. Design Report Window
6.7.2 Verify Locked Mode Operation
Assuming you connect the correct input clocks to the EVB (as noted in the Design Report shown above), the DUT on your EVB will be
running in "locked" mode. LED's D7, D8, D18 and D19 will be off when the associated PLL is locked. The EVB GUI "Status Register"
page can be selected to also check locked status as well as other alarms.
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6.8 Workflow Scenario #2: Modifying the Default Silicon Labs-Created Device Configuration
To modify the "default" configuration using the CB Pro Wizard, click on any of the underlined fields below the header "Edit Configuration
with Wizard". You can also pull down on the "Design ID & Notes" menu and select a design step.
Figure 6.13. Edit Configuration with Wizard
You will now be taken to the Wizard's step-by-step menus to allow you to change any of the default plan's operating configurations.
Note, any changes made to any of these menu's will require that a "Write to EVB" be selected.
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Figure 6.14. Design ID and Notes
Note you can view the icon on the lower left hand corner of the menu to confirm if your frequency plan is valid. This example shows
modifications made to the loop BW, ramp rate and entry into holdover values which can be tailored to the application. After making your
desired changes, you can click on "Write to EVB" to update the DUT to reconfigure your device in real time. The Design Write status
window will appear each time you make a change.
Figure 6.15. Si5383 Design Write
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6.9 Workflow Scenario #3: Testing a User-Created Device Configuration
To test a previously created user configuration, open the CB Pro Wizard by clicking on the icon on your desktop and then selecting
"Open Design Project File".
Figure 6.16. Open Design Project File
Locate your CB Pro design file (*.slabtimeproj or *.sitproj file) in the Windows file browser.
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Figure 6.17. Browse to Project File
Select "Open" to load the selected file and then "Yes" when the WRITE DESIGN to EVB popup appears:
Figure 6.18. Write Design to EVB Dialog
The progress bar will be launched. Once the new design project file has been written to the device, verify the presence and frequencies
of your output clocks and other operating configurations using external instrumentation.
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6.10 Exporting the Register Map File for Device Programming by a Host Processor
You can also export your configuration to a file format suitable for in-system programming by selecting "Export" as shown below:
Figure 6.19. Export Register Map File
You can now write your device's complete configuration to file formats suitable for in-system programming.
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Figure 6.20. Export Settings
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Writing a New Frequency Plan or Device Configuration to Non-Volatile Flash Memory (NVM)
7. Writing a New Frequency Plan or Device Configuration to Non-Volatile Flash Memory (NVM)
Note: Writing a configuration into the EVB from ClockBuilder Pro can be done an unlimited number of times.
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Serial Device Communications (Si5383<->MCU)
8. Serial Device Communications (Si5383<->MCU)
8.1 On-Board I2C Support
The MCU on-board the Si5383-EVB communicates with the Si5383 device through an I2C interface. The MCU is the master and the
Si5383 device is the slave. It is recommended to use the Si5383 EVB along with CBPro software and the USB cable supplied as the
easiest and quickest method to power up, communicate, and evaluate.
8.2 External I2C Support
I2C can be supported if driven from an external I2C controller. The serial interface signals between the MCU and the Si5383 pass
through shunts loaded on header J48. These jumper shunts must be installed in J48 for normal EVB operation using I2C with CBPro. If
testing of I2C operation via external controller is desired, the shunts in J48 can be removed thereby isolating the on-board MCU from
the Si5383 device. An external I2C controller connected to the Si5383 side of J48 can then communicate to the Si5383 device. For
more information on I2C signal protocol, please refer to the Si5383 reference manual.
The figure below illustrates the J48 header schematic. J48 even-numbered pins (2,4) connect to the Si5383 device and the odd-numbered pins (1, 3) connect to the MCU. Once the jumper shunts have been removed from J48, I2C operation should use J48 pin 2
(DUT_SDA_SDIO) as the I2C SDA and J48 pin 4 (DUT_SCLK) as the I2C SCLK.
Figure 8.1. Serial Communications Header J48
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Si5383-EVB Schematic and Bill of Materials (BOM)
9. Si5383-EVB Schematic and Bill of Materials (BOM)
The Si5383 EVB Schematic and Bill of Materials (BOM) can be found online at:http://www.silabs.com/products/clocksoscillators/pages/
si538x-4x-evb.aspx
Note: Please be aware that Si5383-EVB schematic is in Orcad Capture hierarchical format and not in a typical "flat" schematic format.
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