Blackfin CM-BF533 Hardware User Manual
Hardware User Manual
CM-BF533 V2.0 (V1.3)
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Document No.: 100-1203-2.0
Version 6
Date: 2007-04-05
Blackfin CM-BF533 Hardware User Manual
Table of Contents
1
2
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Overview ....................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Benefits ......................................................................................................................... 2
1.3
Applications .................................................................................................................. 2
Specification ........................................................................................................................ 3
2.1
Functional Specification ............................................................................................... 3
2.2
Boot Mode .................................................................................................................... 3
2.3
Memory Map................................................................................................................. 4
2.4
Electrical Specification ................................................................................................. 4
2.4.1
Supply Voltage ....................................................................................................... 4
2.4.2
Supply Voltage Ripple ........................................................................................... 4
2.4.3
External Oscillator Frequency ................................................................................ 4
2.4.4
Real Time Clock Crystal ........................................................................................ 4
2.4.5
Supply Current ....................................................................................................... 4
2.5
3
4
2.5.1
Temperature............................................................................................................ 4
2.5.2
Humidity................................................................................................................. 5
CM-BF533 (Connector Version) ......................................................................................... 6
3.1
Mechanical Outline ....................................................................................................... 6
3.2
Connector Footprint ...................................................................................................... 7
3.3
Top Mounted Connector ............................................................................................... 8
3.4
Schematic Symbol (Signals of P1 and P2).................................................................... 9
3.5
Connectors Pin Assignment P1 – (1-60) ..................................................................... 10
3.6
Connector Pin Assignment P2 – (61-120) .................................................................. 11
3.7
ITU656 Camera Connector P3 (1-22) ......................................................................... 12
3.8
Connector P4 (1-10) .................................................................................................... 12
Test Points ......................................................................................................................... 13
4.1
5
Environmental Specification ......................................................................................... 4
Footprint – Test Points ................................................................................................ 13
Application Examples ....................................................................................................... 14
5.1
Sample Application ..................................................................................................... 14
5.2
Stand-alone Camera System ....................................................................................... 15
5.3
Generic Signal Processing System .............................................................................. 15
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5.4
Coprocessor Application ............................................................................................. 15
5.5
Digital Video System .................................................................................................. 16
5.6
Design Services ........................................................................................................... 16
Software Support ............................................................................................................... 17
6.1
BLACKSheep ............................................................................................................. 17
6.2
uClinux ........................................................................................................................ 17
7
Known Bugs ...................................................................................................................... 18
8
Product Changes ................................................................................................................ 19
9
Document Revision History .............................................................................................. 20
A List of Figures and Tables ................................................................................................. 21
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The user of this board is responsible by himself for the functionality of his application. He is
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Warnings
Due to technical requirements components may contain dangerous substances.
The Core Boards and Development
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discharge) sensitive devices. Electrostatic charges readily accumulate on
the human body and equipment and
can discharge without detection.
Permanent damage may occur on
devices subjected to high-energy
discharges. Proper ESD precautions
are
recommended
to
avoid
performance degradation or loss of
functionality. Unused core boards and
development boards should be stored
in the protective shipping package.
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BLACKFIN Products
Core Modules:
CM-BF533:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices single core
ADSP-BF533 processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB RAM, 2MB Flash,
120 pin expansion connector and a size of 36.5x31.5mm
CM-BF537E:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices single core
ADSP-BF537 processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB RAM, 4MB Flash,
integrated TP10/100 Ethernet physical transceiver, 120 pin expansion
connector and a size of 36.5x31.5mm
CM-BF537U:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices single core
ADSP-BF537 processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB RAM, 4MB Flash,
integrated USB 2.0 Device, 120 pin expansion connector and a size of
36.5x31.5mm
TCM-BF537:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices single core
ADSP-BF537 processor; up to 500MHz, 32MB RAM, 8MB Flash,
28x28mm, 120 pin expansion connector, Ball Grid Array or Border
Pads for reflow soldering, industrial temperature range -40°C to
+85°C.
CM-BF561:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices dual core
ADSP-BF561 processor; up to 2x 600MHz, 64MB RAM, 8MB
Flash, 120 pin expansion connector and a size of 36.5x31.5mm
CM-BF527:
From Q3 '07 a new Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog
Devices single core ADSP-BF527 processor will be available; key
features are USB OTG 2.0 and Ethernet. 2x120pin expansion
connectors are backwards compatible to other Core Modules.
CM-BF548:
From Q3 '07 a new Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog
Devices single core ADSP-BF548 processor will be available; key
features are 64MB DDR SD-RAM 2x100pin expansion connectors.
Development Boards:
EVAL-BF5xx:
Low cost Blackfin processor Evaluation Board with one socket for
any Bluetechnix Blackfin Core Module. Additional periphery is
available, such as a SD-Card.
DEV-BF5xxDA-Lite:
Get ready to program and debug Bluetechnix Core Modules with this
tiny development platform including a USB Based Debug Agent. The
DEV-BF5xxDA-Lite is a low cost starter development system
including VDSP++ Evaluation Software License.
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DEV-BF5xx-FPGA:
Backfin Development Board with two sockets for any combination of
Blackfin Core Modules. Additional periphery is available, such as
SD-Card, Ethernet, USB host, multi-port JTAG including a USB
based Debug Agent, connector for a LCD-TFT Display and connector
for a digital camera system. A large on-board SPARTAN-3 FPGA
and Soft IPs make this board the most flexible Blackfin development
platforms ever developed.
Available Q2 2007
EXT-Boards:
The following Extender Boards are available: EXT-BF5xx-Audio,
EXT-BF5xx-Video, EXT-BF5xx-Camera, EXT-BF5xx-Exp, *EXTBF5xx-LVDS, *EXT-BF5xx-ETH-USB, *EXT-BF5xx-AD/DA.
Additional boards based on customer request
*Available Q2 2007
Software Support:
BLACKSheep:
The BLACKSheep VDK is a multithreaded framework for the
Analog Devices Blackfin processor family that includes driver
support for a variety of hardware extensions. It is based on the realtime VDK kernel included within the VDSP++ development
environment.
LabVIEW:
LabVIEW embedded support for the CM-BF537E, CM-BF537U and
TCM-BF537 Core Modules based on the BLACKSheep VDK driver
Framework.
uClinux:
All the Core Modules are supported by uClinux. The required boot
loader and uClinux can be downloaded at http://blackfin.uClinux.org.
BLACKFIN Design Service
Based on over three years Blackfin experience Bluetechnix offers development assistance as
well as custom design services and software development.
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1 Introduction
The CM-BF533 is a tiny, high performance and low power DSP/RISC core module
incorporating Analog Devices Blackfin family of processors. The module allows easy
integration into high demanding very space and power limited applications.
1.1 Overview
The Core Module CM-BF533 consists of the following components:
60 Pin Expansion Connector B
Dynamic
Core Voltage
Control
BF533
up to
600 MHz
32 MByte
SDRam
2 MByte
Flash
Low Voltage
Reset
60 Pin Expansion Connector A
Figure 1-1: Main Components of the CM-BF533 module

Analog Devices Blackfin Processor BF533
o ADSP-BF533SKBCZ600 (0°-70°C) Standard mount
o ADSP-BF533SBBCZ500 (-40°-85°C) Option upon request

32 MB SDRAM
o SDRAM clock up to 133 MHz
o MT48LC16M16A2BG-7 (16Mx16 at 3.3 V)

2MB of Addressable Flash
o ITLRC28F320J3C110 (2Mx16 at 3.3 V; 2MByte addressable only)
o Additionally flash memory can be connected through the expansion board as
parallel flash using asynchronous chip select lines or as a SPI flash.
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Low Voltage Reset Circuit
o Resets module if power supply goes below 2.93 V for at least 140 ms

Dynamic Core Voltage Control
o Allows to adjust core voltage by setting software registers at the Blackfin
Processor
o Core voltage range: 0.8 – 1.32V

Expansion Connector A
o
o
o
o

Data Bus
Address Bus
Control Signals
Power Supply
Expansion Connector B
o
o
o
o
o
o
SPORT 0 and SPORT 1
JTAG
UART
SPI
PPI (Parallel Port Interface)
GPIO’s
1.2 Benefits




The CM-BF533 is very compact and measures only 36.5x31.5mm
Allows quick prototyping of product that comes very close to the final design
Reduces development costs, faster time to market
Very cost effective for small and medium volumes
1.3 Applications




Generic high performance signal processor module
Internet Connected Embedded System
High performance web camera
Robotics: Tiny processor module for mobile robots
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2 Specification
2.1 Functional Specification
1V8 Power out
Mem. Control, Boot Mode, JTAG
3V3 Power , Reset
Dynamic
Core Voltage
Control
BF533
up to
600 MHz
32 MByte
SDRam
2 MByte
Flash
Low Voltage
Reset
Clock
Data & Address Bus
16 Bit Data Bus
Power Supply
20 Bit Address Bus
Clock-out
PPI, SPORT0, SPORT1, UART, SPI, GPIO
Figure 2-1: Detailed Block Diagram
Figure 2-1 shows a detailed block diagram of the CM-BF533 module. Beside the SDRAM
control pins the CM-BF533 has all other pins of the Blackfin processor at its two main 60 pin
connectors.
Dynamic voltage control allows reducing power consumption to a minimum adjusting the
core-voltage and the clock frequency dynamically in accordance to the required processing
power.
A low voltage reset circuit guarantees a power on reset and resets the system when the input
voltage drops below 2.93V.
2.2 Boot Mode
Default Boot Mode = 00 (BMODE1 = LOW, BMODE0 = LOW)
BMODE0, BMODE1 has internal pull-down resistor
Connect BMODE0 to Vcc and leave BMODE1 pin open for Boot Mode 01 (equals to 8 or 16
bit PROM/FLASH boot mode), this is the default boot mode of the Blacksheep software.
See Blackfin Datasheets or Eval/DevBoard manuals for more details.
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2.3 Memory Map
Memory Type
FLASH
SDRAM
Start Address End Address
0x20000000
0x201FFFFF
0x00000000
0x01FFFFFF
Size
2MB
32MB
Comment
RC28F320J3C110
16Bit Bus, Micron
MT48LC16M16A2BG-7
Table 2-1: Memory Map
2.4 Electrical Specification
2.4.1 Supply Voltage

3.3 V DC +/-10%
2.4.2 Supply Voltage Ripple

100 mV peak to peak 0-20MHz
2.4.3 External Oscillator Frequency

25MHz
2.4.4 Real Time Clock Crystal

32.768kHz
2.4.5 Supply Current


Maximum supply current: 250mA @ 3.3V
Operating conditions:
o Processor running at 600MHz, Core Voltage 1.2V, SDRAM 20% bandwidth
utilization at 130MHz: 150mA
o Processor running at 300MHz, Core Voltage 0.8V SDRAM 20% bandwidth
utilization at 130MHz: 90mA
2.5 Environmental Specification
2.5.1 Temperature
Development Version:

Operating at full 600MHz: 0 to + 70° C
Industrial Version: (Only available upon request at a MOQ)
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2.5.2 Humidity

Operating: 10% to 90% (non condensing)
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3 CM-BF533 (Connector Version)
3.1 Mechanical Outline
TOP VIEW
All dimensions are given in millimeters!
36.5
17.5
P3
Ø0.65
7.05
1.7
3452
6.85
2.55
P1
7.75
9.05
14.65
26.75
22.45
31.5
28.05
P2
0.35
0.6
9.25
32.4
Figure 3-1: Mechanical outline and Bottom Connectors
The mechanical outline represents a top view of the connectors placed at the bottom of the
core board.
The module is shipped with two 60pin connectors.
2.1
1
2.45
36.5
Figure 3-2: Side View with Connector mounted
The total minimum mounting height including receptacle at the motherboard is 6.1 mm.
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3.2 Connector Footprint
If the connector version (2x Hirose 0.6mm pitch) is used, the footprint for the baseboard may
look as shown in Figure 3-3.
For the baseboard the following connectors have to be used:
Part Baseboard
P1,P2
P4 (top)
Manufacturer
Hirose
Harwin
Manufacturer Part No.
FX8-60S-SV
M50-3600522
Table 3-1: Baseboard connector types
The connectors on the CM-BF533 are of the following type:
Part
P1,P2
P3
P4 (top)
Manufacturer
Hirose 3mm height
Molex (not mounted)
Harwin (not mounted)
Manufacturer Part No.
FX8-60P-SV(21)
52435-2491
M50-3150522
Table 3-2: Module connector types
7.75
26.75
31.5
36.5
6.85
Figure 3-3: Connector Footprint for Baseboard
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3.3 Top Mounted Connector
The optionally mounted connector P4 will not be supported in future versions.
Figure 3-4: TOP VIEW
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3.4 Schematic Symbol (Signals of P1 and P2)
SPORT0
Addr.
Bus
SPORT1
PPI
Control
Signals
UART
SPI
Data
Bus
JTAG
Figure 3-5: Schematic Symbol of Module
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3.5 Connectors Pin Assignment P1 – (1-60)
Pin
No.
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
Signal
RSCLK0
TSCLK0
RSCLK1
TSCLK1
Vin 3V3
PPI1D0
PF15 / PPI1D4
PF11 / PPI1D8
PF7/SPISEL7/PPI1D12
PF3/SPISEL3/PPI1Sy3
TMR0
Signal
type
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
PWR
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Pin
No.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
RX
SCK
GND
TDI
nEMU
TDO
N.C.
MISO
PF0 / nSPISS
PPI_CLK
PF4/SPISEL4/PPI1D15
PF8 / PPI1D11
PF12 / PPI1D7
PPI1D3
GND
DT1SEC
DR1SEC
DT0SEC
DR0SEC
I
I
PWR
I
O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
PWR
O
I
O
I
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
Signal
DR0PRI
DT0PRI
DR1PRI
DT1PRI
Vin 3V3
PPI1D2
PF13 / PPI1D6
PF9 / PPI1D10
PF5/SPISEL5/PPI1D14
TMR1 / PPI1_Sy1
PF1/SPISEL1/TMRCL
K
MOSI
BMODE0
TCK
nTRST
TMS
N.C.
BMODE1
TX
PF2/SPISEL2
TMR2 / PPI1Sy2
PF6/SPISEL6/PPI1D13
PF10 / PPI1D9
PF14 / PPI1D5
PPI1D1
GND
TFS1
RFS1
TFS0
RFS0
Signal
type
I
O
I
O
PWR
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
I
I
I
I
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
PWR
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Table 3-3: Connector P1 pin assignment
All Pin names of the connectors correspond to the names found in the Blackfin BF533
datasheet from Analog Devices.
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3.6 Connector Pin Assignment P2 – (61-120)
Pin No.
Signal
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
A1
A5
A9
A13
A17
ABE1/SDQM1
N.C.
N.C.
nBG
GND
nAWE
D0
D4
D8
D12
D15
D11
D7
D3
nReset
nARE
VDD-RTC
nBR
N.C.
N.C.
ABE0/SDQM0
A16
A12
A8
A4
Signal
type
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
PWR
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
O
PWR
I
O
O
O
O
O
Pin No.
Signal
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
A3
A7
A11
A15
A19
N.C.
N.C.
ADRY
CLK_Out
nAMS3
NMI
D2
D6
D10
D14
D13
D9
D5
D1
nAOE
nAMS2
nBGH
N.C.
N.C.
N.C.
A18
A14
A10
A6
A2
Signal
type
O
O
O
O
O
I
O
O
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Table 3-4: Connector P2 pin assignment
Non processor Pins:
CLK_OUT: 25MHz buffered output clock of main oscillator
All other pins are connected directly to the respective ADSP-BF533 processor pins.
For details about the meaning of the signal names consult the Blackfin ADSP-BF533
datasheet.
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3.7 ITU656 Camera Connector P3 (1-22)
The ITU656 connector has been tested only for the OmniVision cameras available in our
camera kit Kit-CAM-OV. It is not recommended to use this connector!
Pin No.
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
N.C.
SIO_D
SIO_C
VSYNC
HREF
DOVDD
XClk
DGND
PCLK
D0
D1
N.C.
Signal
type
I/O
I
O
O
PWR
I
PWR
O
O
O
-
Pin No.
Signal
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
AGND
AVDD
RESET
PWDN
DVDD
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
N.C.
Signal
type
PWR
PWR
I
I
PWR
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
Table 3-5: Connector P3 pin assignment
3.8 Connector P4 (1-10)
The top optionally mounted connector P4 can be used as a stand-alone connector for a system
requiring only power supply and one or two communication ports (UART and SPI)
Pin No.
Signal
1
3
5
7
9
RX
MOSI
SCK
PF2
3V3
Signal
type
I
I/O
I/O
I/O
PWR
Pin No.
Signal
2
4
6
8
10
TX
GND
PF0
MISO
PF1
Signal
type
O
PWR
I/O
I/O
I/O
Table 3-6: Connector P4 pin assignment
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4 Test Points
4.1 Footprint – Test Points
36.5
61
62
90
120
92
119
29
5.05
60
7.45
10.75
29.75
32
59
1.75
26.45
30
2
9.25
24.05
1 3
20.75
31.5
91
31
Ø0.7
1.2
9.85
Figure 4-1: Test Points of the Core Module
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5 Application Examples
5.1 Sample Application
In this minimum configuration the CM-BF533 is used as a high performance SPI-based coprocessor module.
Figure 5-1: Minimum Configuration with SPI and JTAG Connector
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5.2 Stand-alone Camera System
The CM-BF533 module can be used as a stand-alone module for a camera system requiring
only power supply and the direct attachment of a compatible video camera. A camera kit
including drivers can be purchased from Bluetechnix: KIT-CAM-OV (O.Nr 100-9901)
The digital ITU656 camera directly connects to P3 while the power supply and any of two
communication ports (SPI and UART) can be connected to the 10 pin P4 connector as well as
over the large connectors P1 and P2 at the bottom.
3.3 V Power, SPI, UART
Figure 5-2: Stand-alone Camera System
5.3 Generic Signal Processing System
Multichannel
ADC
Communication
Interface
SPI
CM-BF533
UART
PPI
Multichannel
DAC
Figure 5-3: Block Diagram – Analog Signal Processing Module
5.4 Coprocessor Application
CM-BF533
SPI
UART
HOST
System
IO
Modules
Figure 5-4: Block Diagram – Coprocessor Module
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5.5 Digital Video System
Video
Decoder
Etherntet
D&A
CM-BF533
Bus
PPI
Video
Encoder
SD-Card
CF-Card
Figure 5-5: Block Diagram: Digital Video System
5.6 Design Services
Bluetechnix offers custom design services and software development.
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6 Software Support
6.1 BLACKSheep
The Core Module is delivered with a pre-flashed basic version of the BLACKSheep VDK
multithreaded framework. It contains a boot-loader for flashing the Core Module via the serial
port.
Please mind the software development documents.
6.2 uClinux
The Core Module is supported by the open source platform at http://blackfin.uclinux.org.
Since the Core Modules are pre-flashed with BLACKSheep you have to flash uBoot first. For
flashing the uBoot you can use the BLACKSheep boot-loader.
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7 Known Bugs
NONE
Table 7-1: Known Bugs
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8 Product Changes
Version
1.2 to 2.0 (1.3)
1.2 to 2.0
1.2 to 2.0
1.2 to 2.0
Changes
Pin 75 (1.8V) in a future revision not supported
Crystal frequency (27MHz to 25MHz)
Boot mode default settings from 00 to 01
RoHS compliant
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9 Document Revision History
Date
Document Revision
2007-04-05
2007-03-25
2006
2005-12-22
2005-12-20
2005-10-13
BGA option removed
Bugs, Product Changes and Revision Tables updated
Several minor Changes
New version of the document – Board CM-BF533 V2.0
Updated Figures and tables
Modifications on Table 2-3: EMU and TMS Signal type changed,
Signal names of PPI and timer pins changed.
Memory Map added
First release V1.0 of the Document
2005-01-09
2004-08-28
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A
List of Figures and Tables
Figures
Figure 1-1: Main Components of the CM-BF533 module ......................................................... 1
Figure 2-1: Detailed Block Diagram .......................................................................................... 3
Figure 3-1: Mechanical outline and Bottom Connectors ........................................................... 6
Figure 3-2: Side View with Connector mounted........................................................................ 6
Figure 3-3: Connector Footprint for Baseboard ......................................................................... 7
Figure 3-4: TOP VIEW .............................................................................................................. 8
Figure 3-5: Schematic Symbol of Module ................................................................................. 9
Figure 4-1: Test Points of the Core Module ............................................................................. 13
Figure 5-1: Minimum Configuration with SPI and JTAG Connector ...................................... 14
Figure 5-2: Stand-alone Camera System .................................................................................. 15
Figure 5-3: Block Diagram – Analog Signal Processing Module ............................................ 15
Figure 5-4: Block Diagram – Coprocessor Module ................................................................. 15
Figure 5-5: Block Diagram: Digital Video System .................................................................. 16
Tables
Table 2-1: Memory Map ............................................................................................................ 4
Table 3-1: Baseboard connector types........................................................................................ 7
Table 3-2: Module connector types ............................................................................................ 7
Table 3-3: Connector P1 pin assignment ................................................................................. 10
Table 3-4: Connector P2 pin assignment ................................................................................. 11
Table 3-5: Connector P3 pin assignment ................................................................................. 12
Table 3-6: Connector P4 pin assignment ................................................................................. 12
Table 7-1: Known Bugs ........................................................................................................... 18
Table 8-1: Product Changes ..................................................................................................... 19
Table 9-1: Revision History ..................................................................................................... 20
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