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Application Note
MCU-AN- 500057-E-10
2
F MC-8FX FAMILY
8-BITMICROCONTROLLER
MB95200 SERIES
BT HAND FREE DEMO
REFERENCE SOLUTION
APPLICATION NOTE
BT Hand Free Demo Quick Start Guide V1.0
Revision History
Revision History
Date
2009-11-4
Author
Kevin Lin
Change of Records
V1.0
This manual contains 12 pages.
1. The products described in this manual and the specifications thereof may be changed without prior notice.
To obtain up-to-date information and/or specifications, please contact your Fujitsu sales representative or
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caused by the use of information or drawings described in this manual.
3. The contents of this manual may not be transferred or copied without the express permission of Fujitsu.
4. The products contained in this manual are not intended for using for equipment which requires extremely
high reliability such as aerospace equipment, undersea repeaters, nuclear control systems or medical
equipment for life support.
5. Some of the products described in this manual may be strategic materials (or special technology) as defined
by the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law. In such cases, the products or portions thereof
must not be exported without permission as defined under the law.
© 2009 Fujitsu Semiconductor (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
REVISION HISTORY ................................................................................................. 2 CONTENTS ............................................................................................................... 3 1 OVERVIEW............................................................................................................ 4 2 DEMO PLATFORM ............................................................................................... 5 3 HARDWARE .......................................................................................................... 6 3.1 System Block ............................................................................................................ 6 3.2 Schematic Diagram ................................................................................................... 6 3.3 MCU Pin Assignment ................................................................................................ 8 4 FIRMWARE ........................................................................................................... 9 5 OPERATIONS ..................................................................................................... 10 6 MORE INFORMATION ........................................................................................ 11 7 APPENDIX........................................................................................................... 12 MCU-AN- 500057-E-10 – Page 3
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Chapter 1 Overview
1 Overview
The PRC new driving policy has been announced to avoid drivers talking mobile phone
directly, and it creates an increasing need for Car Hand Free Kit.
The driver can communicate with the kit by turning on the Bluetooth in the mobile. The kit will
act as a hand free phone so that the driver can talk freely during driving.
This demo set has such features:
■
Noise cancellation
■
Caller ID display
■
Transfer audio to FM radio
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Chapter 2 Demo Platform
2 Demo Platform
As shown in Figure 2-1, this demo is mainly made up of three parts: MCU, noise cancellation
DSP and Bluetooth module. When the Bluetooth hand free kit works, it will receive the audio
data from the mobile through Bluetooth module and transfer it to the audio DSP for echo
cancellation; on the other hand it will transfer the audio data from the microphone to the
mobile.
Bluetooth
Module
MB95F204
Audio DSP
AK7742
Figure 2-1: Bluetooth Hand Free Demo
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Chapter 3 Hardware
3 Hardware
3.1
System Block
Figure 2-1 shows the system block. There are two editions. One is a simple edition using
MB95F214. Another is an advanced edition using MB95F204 and with the functions of caller
ID display and transferring the audio to the FM radio on the car.
MB95F214
I2C
Audio DSP
I2C
I2S
Microphone
UART
MB95F204
Amplifier
Bluetooth
Module
Noise
suppresser
MIC
Figure 3-1: System Block Diagram
3.2
Schematic Diagram
In this system, a compatible design was made. The MCU can be MB95F214 or MB95F204
which will control audio DSP and Bluetooth module. AK7742 is used to implement echo
cancellation. It is easily controlled by I2C bus. When DSP detects the echo noise, it will
immediately generate the inverted phase of this noise and impose to the output thus cancel
the noise at the output. Figure 3-1 shows the schematic diagram.
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Chapter 3 Hardware
Figure 3-2: Blue Tooth Hand Free Kit
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Chapter 3 Hardware
3.3
MCU Pin Assignment
Table 3-1 shows the MB95F214 Pin Assignment in this system.
Table 3-1: Pin Assignment
Number
Pin
Function
5
P04
Reset output for AK7742
6
P05
SCL of I2C bus
7
P06
SDA of I2C bus
8
P12
Reset output for Bluetooth module
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Chapter 4 Firmware
4
Firmware
For this demo, the firmware just initializes the Bluetooth and DSP. When the power is on,
MCU will reset the Bluetooth and the DSP first by a reset signal, and then simulate I2C bus
with two general I/Os to communicate with DSP and Bluetooth Module.
Figure 4-1 shows the flow chart when MB95F214 is used.
Start
Initialize the
MCU
Reset
Bluetooth
module
Reset
AK7742
Configure
Bluetooth
Configure
AK7742
Stop here
Figure 4-1: Flow Chart
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Chapter 5 Operations
5 Operations
■ Matching: Press the ON for 5 seconds until the speaker sounds “KA”. Then release the
button. The Bluetooth starts searching the BT facility around your mobile phone. The target
name is “ASC-Master1”. Select this name and match it with your phone, security code is
“0000”.
■
Connection: Follow the BT user manual of your phone to connect the BT car HF kit.
■
Dialing: After BT is connected, use the dialing function in your phone to dial out.
■
Talk: User can directly talk to the HF kit.
■
Hang up: Press the hang up key in your phone can disconnect the call.
■
Disconnecting: Follow the BT manual of your phone to disconnect the BT HF kit.
Please refer to Figure 5-1 to find the corresponding parts.
‘ON’
button
Figure 5-1: Bluetooth Hand Free Appearance
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Chapter 6 More Information
6 More Information
For more information on FUJITSU MB95200 products, please visit following website:
English version:
http://www.fujitsu.com/cn/fsp/services/mcu/mb95/application_notes.html
Simplified Chinese Version:
http://www.fujitsu.com/cn/fss/services/mcu/mb95/application_notes.html
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Chapter 7 Appendix
7 Appendix
Table 3-1: Pin Assignment ....................................................................................................... 8 Figure 2-1: Bluetooth Hand Free Demo ................................................................................... 5 Figure 3-1: System Block Diagram .......................................................................................... 6 Figure 3-2: Blue Tooth Hand Free Kit ...................................................................................... 7 Figure 4-1: Flow Chart ............................................................................................................. 9 Figure 5-1: Bluetooth Hand Free Appearance ....................................................................... 10 MCU-AN- 500057-E-10 – Page 12
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