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MSC8102ADSPB/D
Rev. 0, 11/2003
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MSC8102 Application
Development System
(MSC8102ADS)
OVERVIEW
BENEFITS
The MSC8102ADS board is for the Motorola
MSC8102 processor, a highly integrated
system-on-a-chip device containing four StarCore
SC140 DSP cores. The MSC8102 System Interface
Unit (SIU) is similar to that of the MSC8101. The
MSC8102ADS board serves as a platform for software
and hardware development in the MSC8102 processor
environment. On-board resources and the associated
debugger enable developers to perform a variety of
tasks, such as downloading and running code, setting
breakpoints, displaying memory and registers, and
connecting proprietary hardware via the expansion
connectors. The MSC8102 processor enables these
these features to be incorporated into selected systems.
Hardware and software designers can use this board as a
reference design and start immediately on their 8102
projects, long in advance of having any custom hardware.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
.
• 0–30 degrees C (room temperature).
• Dimensions: 233.35 mm × 160.0 mm × 1.8 mm.
• 9–18V external DC power supply. For 12V max current
1.2A.
This board can be ordered with the following part number:
MSC8102ADS, which specifies the ADS board packaged
with manuals and power supplies.
This board works seamlessly with the CodeWarrior
Development Studio for StarCore.
FEATURES
• The ADS is based on the 64-bit MSC8102. Both the system bus and the Direct Slave Interface (DSI) run up to 100
MHz.
• MSC8102 interface:
— DSI bus is a slave of the MSC8101 with its 60x-compatible bus.
— DSI can be configured to 32-bit when the system bus is sized at 64-bit (default mode) or vise versa (DSI
64-bit/system bus 32-bit).
— Memory controller Synchronous Dynamic RAM (SDRAM) machine controls either 8 or 16 MB of SDRAM
memory size on the system bus. Memory size depends upon the system bus configuration.
— 4MB at 8-bit size Flash for configuration/boot/program storage.
— Four MSC8102 TDM ports connect to the Infineon TSI PEF24471 device.
— Interconnection of T1/E1 timeslots between the Infineon FALC PEB2256 and the Dual CODEC MT92303.
— TDM bus on the J4 Compact PCI connector is also available.
— RS-232 Transceiver MAX3241 supports the UART port operation of the MSC8102.
• Board capabilities:
— Programmable Hard Reset Configuration for MSC8102 is executed from the Flash memory or the DSI bus. This
configuration type may also be forced from the BCSR.
— Boot for the MSC8102 is available from the system bus (Flash). The MSC8102 device can also be booted from
the UART or TDM ports.
— High density (MICTOR) Logic Analyzer connectors to facilitate MSC8102 signal measurement.
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— As expansion connectors, CompactPCIÆ connectors carry MSC8102 signals to off-board tools to
enable chip verification and evaluation.
— Debugging is performed via an external command converter connected to the OnCE 14-pin
headers.
— OnCE debug chain allows, via backplane, the connection of additional ADS boards.
— After reset the Debug Enable/Disable and Debug Request options can be selected.
— Board identification and board status can be read via the BCSR.
— An SMB form RF-connector enables an external pulse generator to be connected to the clock input
of the MSC8102.
— Variant board configurations are available via the Dual-In-Line Package (DIP) Switch setting.
— Board features push buttons for both the host and slave: power-on reset, soft reset, hard reset, and
abort.
— Board is powered by a single 9–18V external DC supply with on-board reverse polarity protection.
— Voltage is provided to the board DC-DC converter, which has the following parameters: 3.3V @
4A 10 percent.
— DC-DC converter powers two voltage regulators: 1.3–1.7V adjustable linear voltage regulator for
the MSC8102.
— Software Option Switch provides 8 software options via the BCSR.
— LEDs indicate power supply, peripheral enables, EE1 pin status, and software signals.
CompactPCI
J1, J2
Host Side
JTAG.
EOnCE
Command
Converter
Buffers
Parallel
Port
64Bit
RS-232
SDRAM
UTOPIA2
Ambassador
T8105
512/1024 TS
Switch
MSC8102
32-Bit
Shared System Bus
Bus
Switch
32Bit
Buffers
1
BCSR
SDRAM
T1/E1
8Bit
Buffers
SDRAM
T1/E1 Framer
FALC
RJ45
2
Control
FLASH
TDM × 4
H110
16-Bit
ATM Framer
(NEC)
UART
CompactPCI
J4
64Bit
32Bit
ST-Bus
Optical
Interface
10/100 Base-T
PHY (LSI)
CPM
MSC8101
System Bus
MII
RJ45
EOnCE
EOnCE
DSI
SCC
RS-232
Dual
CODEC
FLASH
Figure 1. MSC8102ADS Board With MSC8101 Host
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