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1 TVP0EVM User s Guide SLEU0 March 00 TVP0EVM User s Guide igital Video epartment ontents Functional escription.... escription Overview... oard Level escription.... nalog Inputs.... nti-liasing Filters.... nalog Output.... Tuner Interface.... VI ecoder Interface.... Testpoints and Jumpers....7 SRM ommon oard Interface Video Encoder nalog Outputs...7 System Level escription...8 Required Hardware and Equipment...9 Hardware Setup...0 Software Installation... 7 WinV Quick Start... 8 WinV in epth Starting WinV WinV onfiguration ialog ox I System Test Real Time Polling Main Menu System Initialization Register Editing Property Sheets Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide orrective ction ialogs Setting the P Parallel Port Mode General I Error Report... 0 TVP0EVM Schematics...7

2 SLEU0 Figures Figure. TVP0EVM lock iagram... Figure. TVP0EVM System Level lock iagram... 8 Figure. WinV I onfiguration Screen... Figure. WinV Real Time Polling Screen... Figure. WinV Main Screen... Figure. WinV System Initialization... Figure 7. WinV Multiple Occurrences Error Message... Figure 8. WinV I ddress onfiguration... Figure 9. I System Failure... 7 Figure 0. Real Time Polling ialog ox... 8 Figure. WinV Main Screen... 9 Figure. System Initialization... 0 Figure. Register Map Editor... Figure. Encoder Module Editor... Figure. Generic I Register Editor... 7 Figure. Indirect Register Editor... 8 Figure 7. Property Sheets... 0 Figure 8. I System Failure ialog ox... Figure 9. orrective ction ialog ox... Figure 0. orrective ction Required... Figure. orrective ction Required... Figure. I Error... Tables Table. nalog Inputs and Pin Terminals... Table. Tuner Interface Pinout (H)... Table. VI ecoder Interface Pinout... Table. Main Menu Summary... 9 Table. Register Map Editor ontrols... Table. Indirect Register ontrols... 8 Table 7. Use of Property Sheet ontrols... Table 8. Property Sheet utton ontrols... Table 9. TVP0EVM Troubleshooting... Table 0. I Troubleshooting... TVP0EVM User s Guide

3 SLEU0 Functional escription The TVP0EVM refers to both the TVP0 board and the V7 board when they are connected together. oth boards share a common interface via a 0-pin connector. This interface provides all data, clocks, I communication, and -V power to each board. The V7 is a professional grade, -bit, -MHz, video encoder. This device minimizes potential artifacts caused by the re-encode process. When evaluating the TVP0 decoder, it is highly recommended that the YPbPr component video outputs of the V7 be used. This will ensure the video decoder within the display monitor will not be used.. escription Overview The TVP0EVM is powered by a single, -V, universal supply. I communication is emulated using a P parallel port configured for EP (extended capability port) or bidirectional mode. The parallel port mode can be changed using the P IOS setup, available during the reboot process. The TVP0 video decoder converts the analog video input signal into digital component data. This digital data and the associated clocks from the video decoder are sent to the V7 video encoder. The video encoder converts the digital data back into analog video. The analog video outputs provided by the V7 encoder include VS, S-Video (SV), and YPbPr. These are all output simultaneously. ontrol of the TVP0EVM is provided by WinV, a Windows-based application developed by Texas Instruments and provided free of charge. This application uses the parallel port to provide I communication to the TVP0EVM. WinV provides a graphics user interface (GUI) and a register level interface to program and vary the controls available within the TVP0 decoder and the V7 encoder. TVP0EVM User s Guide

4 SLEU0 oard Level escription Figure illustrates the various features available on the TVP0EVM. (I) nalog Output Tuner Interface omposite VI ecoder Interface S-Video TVP0 YPbPr (S/E) Power own SRM Reset Power Good LE Testpoints V Power 0-pin Header onnector 0-pin Header onnector Power Good LE V7 omposite S-Video YPbPr (S/E) Testpoints I Reset ddress Select SRT FSS I Select ddress Select Figure. TVP0EVM lock iagram. nalog Inputs The TVP0EVM makes use of all the available inputs on the TVP0 decoder. The following inputs are available for use:? omposite (VS)? S-Video? YPbPr (S/E)? SRT (VS and component RG)? Tuner interface (VS)? VI decoder interface (analog/digital RG) NOTE: The S-Video (Y/) input is shared with the SRT (VS and R) inputs and must not be connected simultaneously. Table shows the pins used for the inputs described above. TVP0EVM User s Guide

5 SLEU0 Table. nalog Inputs and Pin Terminals Input Type VS S-Video YPbPr SRT Tuner interface (VS) VI decoder interface (analog RG) TVP0 Pin(s) VI_ VI_(Y), VI_9() VI_(Y), VI_(Pb), VI_8(Pr) VI_(VS), VI_9(R), VI_(G), VI_() VI_ VI_7(R), VI_(G), VI_0(). nti-liasing Filters Each analog input has an anti-alias filter installed by default to ensure the input to the TVP0 decoder is of the best quality and does not alias. The filters are elliptical in design in order to minimize the cost and still provide the best roll-off. etails on the anti-aliasing filters, including frequency response and the group delay, are provided in a separate application note. The filter on any analog input may be bypassed by removing the 0-? resistors currently installed (JP-, 9, 0) and shorting one of them across -. Since the S-Video input is shared with the SRT (VS and R), these inputs share the same anti-aliasing filters.. nalog Output The analog output from the TVP0 decoder is made available on the TVP0EVM. The output is buffered using a simple emitter follower and the output signal is automatically determined by the TVP0 decoder. If a VS is selected as the input, then the analog output is the same looped-through VS output. If S-Video or YPbPr is the selected input, then only Y is output since it contains the sync information. Typically, the analog output is used for VR record functions in some E applications.. Tuner Interface The tuner interface provides a method of connecting an analog TV tuner to the TVP0EVM. The expected output from the tuner module to the TVP0EVM is baseband composite video. Termination for the 7-? input source is already provided on the TVP0EVM tuner input. The pinout of the tuner interface is provided in Table. Table. Tuner Interface Pinout (H) escription Pin Number VS output (from tuner) 0 S (I data) 9 SL (I address) -9, -8, 0, - V 7-0 To supply the tuner module, V supply and pins are provided. The I pins, S and SL, are connected to the I communications bus on the TVP0EVM. ontrol of the tuner module is available within the TVP0EVM software as discussed later. TVP0EVM User s Guide

6 SLEU0. VI ecoder Interface This interface provides a method of connecting an external VI decoder module to the TVP0EVM via the H and H headers. The VI decoder may be a closed-caption decoder, teletext decoder, or any other VI decoder currently available on the market that provides the same signals. The pinout of the VI decoder interface is provided below. Table. VI ecoder Interface Pinout escription H Pin Number H Pin Number Tuner VS input (from tuner I/F) - VS input (from TVP0EVM) - nalog RG, 9, 7 (R, G, ) - HSYN - VSYN - FSS (for analog overlay) 0 - igital RG - 7, 9, (R, G, ) S (I data) - 8 SL (I address) - 0 FSO (for digital overlay) -,, 8,, V - - With this interface, there are two methods of overlaying the RG character data output from the VI decoder onto the input signal to the TVP0 decoder:? nalog RG overlay? igital RG overlay Separate sets of the RG inputs are provided depending on which overlay method is preferred. The analog RG inputs are connected to the TVP0 analog inputs as discussed in Section.. The digital RG inputs and FSO are connected to the digital R, G, and inputs and FSO which are shared with the bus, -9, respectively.. Test Points and Jumpers Various test points are available on the TVP0EVM for the user. This includes the various power supplies as well as a few test points. The primary test-point header is H and provides access to the video data, video clocks, I, V, and. There are three jumpers available on the TVP0 board that configure the power down mode, I address select, and the FSS select. Each jumper is set by default in its preferred state for the TVP0EVM. Next to each jumper on the TVP0 board is the silkscreen that describes the two states of the jumper configuration. If the I address is changed on either the TVP0 board or the V7 board while the TVP0EVM is powered up, then that device will not recognize the new I address. The reset button on the TVP0EVM must be pressed and WinV must be reconfigured for the new I address. TVP0EVM User s Guide

7 SLEU0.7 SRM On the TVP0EVM, there are three SRM footprints: 0-pin, -pin, and 8-pin. These are provided to accommodate the user s choice of SRM that will be used in their final product. y default, the TVP0EVM is provided with -Mbit SRM (TSOPII). If the SRM is changed, then the SRM configuration register (0x9) will also need to be updated with the correct memory size. This must be programmed before Y or NR is enabled..8 ommon oard Interface The TVP0EVM uses a 0-pin connector to connect the TVP0 board to the V7 board. This interface shares all common signals including the I and the -V supply. The purpose is to modularize the TVP0 board and allow users to interface it to a variety of other Texas Instruments products including triple video s, VI transmitters, or to any other platform that shares the same interface. This connector shares all digital video data (Y[9:0], [9:0]), all video clocks (SLK, VS, HS, GLO, VI, and FI), reset, I, and -V as mentioned above..9 Video Encoder nalog Outputs The analog outputs of the V7 board include VS, S-Video, and YPbPr. ll of the outputs are available simultaneously. For evaluation purposes, it is recommended that the YPbPr component video outputs be used in order to bypass the video decoder internal to the display monitor. TVP0EVM User s Guide 7

8 SLEU0 System Level escription The system block diagram illustrated in Figure provides an example of how the TVP0EVM may be used for evaluation. Typically, the analog input is a VS signal provided by a video source such as a pattern generator or a V player running a test V. The TVP0EVM itself is configured with the provided -V supply and the parallel port cable. The analog output is typically YPbPr to reduce the number of artifacts caused by backend processing or re-encoding. These outputs are then fed into a high-end or studio-quality display monitor such as a Sony Trinitron. t the same time, the VS output from the encoder may also be fed into a video test measurement system such as the Tektronix VM700. This allows various tests to be run and also allows the user to analyze the video waveform or vectorscope. P V Supply Tektronix TG000 Video Source VS TVP0EVM Y Pb Pr NTS/PL Monitor Tektronix VS VM700 Video Measurement Figure. TVP0EVM System Level lock iagram 8 TVP0EVM User s Guide

9 SLEU0 Required Hardware and Equipment The following lists the required hardware and equipment necessary to use the TVP0EVM: - TVP0EVM (provided) - Universal -V power supply (provided) - Parallel cable (provided) - Windows-based P - composite R video cable - YPbPr component R video cable - Video source (pattern generator, V player, etc) - TV or display monitor that supports YPbPr component video inputs TVP0EVM User s Guide 9

10 SLEU0 Hardware Setup The following describes how to set up the hardware for the TVP0EVM.. onnect the TVP0EVM boards together using the 0-pin board connector on each board.. onnect a VS input to the TVP0 board and a component cable to the YPbPr outputs of the V7 board. NOTE: For evaluation it is recommended that the YPbPr component video outputs be used in order to bypass the internal video decoder of the TV or video display.. onnect the parallel port cable from the TVP0EVM to the P. NOTE: There are footprints for a dc jack and a connector on the V7 board, but the default power and I is provided by the TVP0 board via the 0-pin connector, P.. onnect the -V power supply to the dc jack on the TVP0 board. green LE on each board should now be lit. 0 TVP0EVM User s Guide

11 SLEU0 Software Installation WinV is a Windows application that uses the P parallel port to emulate I, providing access to each device on the I bus. WinV makes use of M files, a text editable file that allows preset video setups to be programmed easily. This feature allows the user to easily set multiple I registers with the press of a button. WinV also has Property Sheets for the TVP0 which allows the user to control the I registers with a GUI. ll necessary software for the TVP0EVM is provided on the enclosed. The following provides the steps required to install WinV:. Insert the provided TVP0EVM.. Install Port9NT.exe. This is the parallel port driver used by WinV. This driver must be installed and the P must be rebooted before WinV will operate correctly.. Install Setup.exe. lick Next at all prompts and click Finish to complete the installation process. This will install WinV onto the P. No reboot is required.. Run WinV.exe NOTE: shortcut to WinV should now be available on the desktop. WinV and additional TVP0 related documentation can also be found at Start->Programs-> TVP0EVM Software. TVP0EVM User s Guide

12 SLEU0 7 WinV Quick Start The following describes the steps to take within WinV in order to get video out of the TVP0EVM.. Once WinV is executed, the WinV onfiguration screen appears. This dialog box is used to configure the I bus. Next to VI_E, select the TVP0 and ensure the I address is set to 0x8. This should match the I R jumper on the TVP0 board. NOTE: If WinV is running and the TVP0 board I address is changed, power must be cycled on the EVM. Figure. WinV I onfiguration Screen. Next to VI_EN, select the V7 and ensure the I address is set to 0x. This should match the I R jumper on the V7 board.. Ensure that all other boxes are selected as Not Used and that all Program Options buttons are set to Enabled. lick OK.. If there are no I communication issues, then the Real-Time Polling window will display next. If there are I issues, an I Test Report box will display. ompletely exit out of WinV, double check the parallel port cable connections, cycle power on the TVP0EVM and re-run WinV. TVP0EVM User s Guide

13 SLEU0. t the Real-Time Polling window, ensure that VIEO-STNR UTO_SWITH POLLING is enabled and click OK. Figure. WinV Real Time Polling Screen. Load the provided TVP0EVM.M file into WinV by clicking on Tools -> System Initialization -> rowse. The M should be available by default as seen below. Figure. WinV Main Screen 7. lick the TVP0 (S) + V7 dataset in the window and then click the Program ataset button to initialize the TVP0EVM. Figure. WinV System Initialization TVP0EVM User s Guide

14 SLEU0 8. With a video source provided at the composite video input, video should be viewable on the TV/display monitor. ll V7 outputs are enabled simultaneously. NOTE: To ensure the TVP0 is working properly, go to Video Status by clicking on Edit -> Property Sheets -> TVP0PNP -> Video ecoder Status and check the H/V/ lock status and the video standard. This is only a check on the TVP0 board and not the V7 board or the TV/display monitor. TVP0EVM User s Guide

15 SLEU0 8 WinV in epth The following describes how to use WinV in depth. It discusses various features and screens which the user may encounter while evaluating the TVP0EVM. 8. Starting WinV The Port9NT parallel port driver must be installed before using WinV. WinV may be started by clicking on Start->ll Programs->TVP0EVM Software->WinV. If the dialog shown in the figure below is displayed, it means one of two things:. WinV did not run to completion the last time it ran. In this case, click OK to exit the program and restart WinV.. There is more than one instance of WinV running at the same time. In this case, click OK to exit the program. Then, press TRL-LT-ELETE to bring up the Task Manager. Select and click End Task on all occurrences of WinV or WinV ONFIGURTION. Then restart WinV. Figure 7. WinV Multiple Occurrences Error Message TVP0EVM User s Guide

16 SLEU0 8. WinV onfiguration ialog ox The WinV onfiguration dialog box, as seen in Figure 8, should now be visible. This dialog configures the I bus on the TVP0EVM. ll settings from this dialog box are stored in the Windows registry and are restored the next time the program is started. fter initial installation, VI_E TM will be set to TVP0 and VI_EN will be set to V7. The I slave address for each device must match the I slave address selected by jumpers on the TVP0EVM. These jumpers are set by the factory to use 0x8 for the video decoder and 0x for the video encoder. It is also important to select the correct specific devices. The TVP0 and V7 must be selected for the TVP0EVM. ll Program Options must be enabled. isabling these options is only required if you are debugging a problem with the I bus itself. licking OK begins I communication with the selected devices. Figure 8. WinV I ddress onfiguration TVP0EVM User s Guide

17 8. I System Test The I system test of selected registers runs immediately after closing the WinV onfiguration dialog box with OK (unless the I system test program options button was disabled). SLEU0 If the I system test passes, then only a PSS message will appear. If the test failed, then a dialog box like Figure 9 will appear. See Section 9, Troubleshooting, for details on how to resolve this issue. The I system test can be run at anytime by clicking Run System I Test in the Tools menu. Figure 9. I System Failure 8. Real-Time Polling Real-time polling provides polling functions that execute in the background continuously, when enabled via the Real-Time Polling dialog. There are two polling functions. The function that applies to the TVP0 decoder is VIEO STNR UTO SWITH POLLING. When the TVP0 decoder detects a change in the input video standard, it automatically switches to operation in the detected standard (which includes all necessary I register initialization) for proper decoding of the input video. The V7 encoder does not have this feature. For this reason WinV must update the video encoder. TVP0EVM User s Guide 7

18 SLEU0 If the WinV autoswitch polling function is enabled, then the detected video standard status from the TVP0 decoder is polled until a change in the input video standard (or in the TVP0 sampling mode) is detected. When a change is detected, the video encoder is reprogrammed as needed for the detected standard. Using this feature, the video source can change its video standard and the system will display using the new standard without user intervention. To enable autoswitch polling (recommended), the video-standard autoswitch polling function must be enabled in the Real Time Polling dialog box as shown in Figure 0. The Real Time Polling dialog can also be accessed once WinV is up and running by clicking Real Time Polling in the Tools menu. Figure 0. Real-Time Polling ialog ox 8 TVP0EVM User s Guide

19 SLEU0 8. Main Menu fter closing the Real Time Polling dialog, the main menu is displayed as shown in Figure. The menus, which are used to operate WinV, are File, Edit, Tools, Window, and Help. The File menu s only function is Exit, which terminates the program. The following table summarizes the main menu contents. Figure. WinV Main Screen Table. Main Menu Summary Menu File Edit Tools Window Help Exit Register Map TVP0PNP 7 Encoder Module Editor Generic I Editor Property Sheets TVP0PNP 7 Encoder Module Editor System Initialization Real-time Polling TV Tuner ontrol (FQxx series only) Multiple-yte I Transfers Set I it Rate Run System I Test Run ontinuous I Test Read VI FIFO apture Live VI ata ontents llows selection of the active window. Multiple windows can be open at the same time. isplays program version TVP0EVM User s Guide 9

20 SLEU0 8.. System Initialization licking System Initialization in the Tools menu displays the dialog shown below. This provides the means for initializing the video decoder and/or video encoder for a particular video mode. The details of the initialization are contained in the command file (with a M file extension). The command file is loaded using the rowse button. Once the command file is opened, a text list displays descriptions of the individual data sets contained within the command file. lick once on the desired data set description to select it. lick the Program evice(s) Using Selected ataset button to run the selected data set, which loads the devices via the I bus. When the device initialization has completed, the status indicator reads Ready. NOTE: If Ready does not display, then the devices are not initialized and the I bus is not communicating. See Section 9, Troubleshooting, for possible solutions. lick the lose button to close the dialog box. Each time the System Initialization dialog is closed, the initialization file pathname and the data set selection number are saved in the Windows registry to allow these settings to be retained for the next time WinV runs. Figure. System Initialization 0 TVP0EVM User s Guide

21 SLEU dding a ustom ata Set fter you program the EVM via the System Initialization tool using the factory-supplied command file, and by using the Property Sheets tool, you can customize the device register settings to suit your needs. To save your custom settings:. Reopen the System Initialization dialog via the Tools menu.. lick the ppend urrent evice Settings to ommand File button. dialog requesting a description of the new data set appears.. Optionally, click the drop-down box and select one of the existing descriptions.. Modify the description text or type your own description.. lick OK. ll nondefault register values from the decoder and encoder will be appended to the current command file as an additional data set. Now, you can select your custom data set and send it with a press of the Program button. NOTE: The command file (.M) must be saved as plain text ommand Files The command file is a text file that can be generated using any common editor; however, it must be saved as plain text. ommand files are especially useful for quickly switching between the various system configurations. These.M files are unrelated to the typical Windows TM.M files. default command file has been provided on the. This command file should contain most of the desired setups. This command file is located at: c:\program Files\Texas Instruments\WinV\TVP0\Initialization Files\Initialize.cmd command file can contain up to 0 data sets. data set is a set of register settings to initialize the video decoder and/or video encoder for a particular video mode. Each data set includes a description that is displayed in one row of the dataset descriptions list. The register settings may be located in the command file itself and/or may be stored in separate include file(s) (with an.in file extension) and be included into the command file using the INLUE statement. TVP0EVM User s Guide

22 SLEU Example ommand File n example of one data set within a command file is shown below. Each command file may contain individual write to register (WR_REG) commands. EGIN_TSET // ataset TSET_NME,"TVP0 (S) & V7 - VS in, 0-bit ITU-, Y, NR Enabled, VS, SV & YPbPr out" WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xEE,0x0 // Holds processor in reset WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xE,0x0 // Enables fast processor mode WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xE9,0x00 WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xE8,0x WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xE0,0x0 WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0xEE,0x00 // Releases processor reset // TVP0 I Registers - S WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x0,0xF // uto Switch Mask WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x0,0x0 // Pedestal off WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x,0x // Outputs Enabled WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x,0x // GPIO =0; GLO, VI and FI Enabled WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x,0xF // HS and VS Enabled WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x7,0x // F & V it ontrol WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x7F,0x0 // nalog Output Enabled WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x9,0x07 // Enabled SRM and set SRM size WR_REG,VI_E,0x0,0x0,0x8 // hrominance Processing trl Reg Y, NR Enabled // V7 I Registers - NTS, all s Output WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x0,0x08 // LK lign Enabled, S Oversampled WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x0,0x0 // Selects NTS, SSF Luma Filter WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x,0x // Enables Outputs, PrPb SSF WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x,0x0 // RT Enabled WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x8,0x // Enables ouble uffering, S 0-bit, NR disabled WR_REG,0x,0x0,0x7,0x0 // Global 0-bit enable EN_TSET. The comment indicator is the double-slash //.. The command file is not case-sensitive and ignores all white-space characters.. ll numbers can be entered as hexadecimal (beginning with 0x) or as decimal.. Every data set in a command file begins with EGIN_TSET and ends with EN_TSET. The maximum number of datasets is 0.. The dataset text description is entered between double quotes using the TSET_NME command. The enclosed text can be up to 8 characters in length. This text appears in the System Initialization dialog when the command file is opened.. The INLUE command inserts the contents of an include file (with an.in file extension) in-line in place of the INLUE command. Therefore, the include file should not contain the EGIN_TSET, EN_TSET, and TSET_NME commands. NOTE: ll included files must be located in the same directory as the command (M) file. TVP0EVM User s Guide

23 7. The write to register command is written as follows: WR_REG, <evicefamily>, <Number of data bytes (N)>, <subaddress>, <ata>,, <atan> or WR_REG, <Literal slave address>, <Number of data bytes (N)>, <subaddress>, <ata>,, <atan> The valid device family mnemonics are: VI_E for the video decoders VI_EN for the video encoders THS800 for the THS800 device SLEU0 WinV translates the device family mnemonic to the slave address that was selected on the WinV onfiguration dialog upon program startup. This eliminates having to edit command files if the alternate slave address must be used. If the literal slave address method is used, then the slave address entered will be used directly. This method is normally used for programming the video encoder. 8. delay may be inserted between commands using the WIT command, which is written as follows: WIT,<# milliseconds> TVP0EVM User s Guide

24 SLEU0 8.. Register Editing The next section describes the four available modes of register editing: Register Map Editor, Encoder Module Editor, Generic I Register Editor, and Property Sheets. Each of these functions can be selected from the Edit menu Register Map Editor The register map editor, as shown in Figure, allows the display and editing of the entire used register space of the device within a simple scrolling text box. To open this, click on Edit Register Map in the Edit menu and click on the device type to edit. If the intended device type is not shown, then use the Windows menu to activate the existing window. Figure. Register Map Editor TVP0EVM User s Guide

25 SLEU0 Table. Register Map Editor ontrols ontrol Register Window ddress Edit ox ata Edit ox Write utton Read utton Read ll utton Hex utton ec utton lose utton Loop ount Edit Indirect Registers efinition Scrolling text box that displays the address and data for the I registers that are defined for the device. This contains the I subaddress that will be accessed using the Write and Read buttons. licking on a row selects an address, which then appears in the address edit box. NOTE: fter clicking on a row, the ata Edit box contains the data that was in the register window. The device has not yet been read. The address up/down arrows are used to jump to the next/previous subaddress that is defined for the device. If an address is not defined for the device, then it can still be accessed by typing the subaddress in the ddress Edit box. This contains the data which will be written to or was read from the I subaddress. The data up/down arrows incr/decr the data value by. Writes the byte in the ata Edit box to the address in the ddress Edit box. The I register is written to whether or not the data is different from the last time the register was read. Reads the data from the address in the ddress Edit box into the ata Edit box and the register window. Reads all defined readable registers from the device and updates the register window. onverts all values in the register window and address and data edit boxes to hexadecimal. onverts all values in the register window and address and data edit boxes to decimal. loses the dialog. NOTE: Multiple edit register map windows can be open at the same time (one for each device). Use the Window menu to navigate. auses subsequent write or read operations to be performed N times. N is entered as a decimal number from to 999. Opens the indirect register editor of the TVP0. TVP0EVM User s Guide

26 SLEU Encoder Module Editor The encoder module editor, as shown in Figure, allows the display and editing of the video encoder registers. This editor works like the Register Map Editor. To open this, click on Edit Register Map in the Edit menu and click on Encoder Module. Figure. Encoder Module Editor TVP0EVM User s Guide

27 SLEU Generic I Register Editor The Generic I Editor, as shown in Figure, allows the display and editing of any device on the I bus. This editor works like the Register Map Editor, except that the I slave address must be entered and the Read ll button is disabled. To open this, click on Edit Register Map in the Edit menu and then click on Generic I. The video encoder module registers can be edited using I subaddress 0x (default) or 0x, if the alternate slave address is being used. Figure. Generic I Register Editor TVP0EVM User s Guide 7

28 SLEU Indirect Register Editor The indirect register editor, as shown in Figure, allows the display and editing of the indirect registers (or hardware registers) of the device. To open this, first open the register map editor in the Edit menu for the TVP0. Then, click the Edit Indirect Registers button. The operation of the controls of the indirect register editor is explained in Table. Figure. Indirect Register Editor Table. Indirect Register ontrols ontrol ase ddress Selector ase ddress Edit ox ddress Offset Edit ox ata Edit oxes Write utton Read utton Loop ount Edit ox lose utton efinition The indirect registers use a -bit address internally. The base address selector allows quick entry of the base address. The list contains base addresses for the major functional blocks of the TVP0 decoder. This allows the -bit base address to be typed in directly. This contains the lowest byte of the -bit internal address. The full -bit address is formed by adding the base address to the address offset. The address up/down arrows increment/decrement the address offset by. This contains the -bit data word that will be written to or read from the indirect address. The LS data is at the lowest address. The data is written/read LS first. The data up/down arrows increment/decrement the data value by. Writes the () bytes in the ata Edit boxes starting at the -bit indirect address SE+OFFSET. Reads () consecutive data bytes starting at the -bit indirect address SE+OFFSET to the ata Edit boxes. auses subsequent write or read operations to be performed N times. N is entered as a decimal number from to 999. loses the dialog. NOTE: The indirect register editor can remain open with other windows. Use the Window menu to navigate. 8 TVP0EVM User s Guide

29 8.. Property Sheets SLEU0 The Property Sheets represent the register data in a user-friendly format. The data is organized by function, with each function having its own page and being selectable via tabs at the top. To open this, click on Edit Property Sheets in the Edit menu and select the device type to edit. When the property sheet function is started or whenever you tab to a different page, all readable registers in the device are read from hardware to initialize the dialog pages. Values on the page are changed by manipulating the various dialog controls as seen in Figure 7. There are OK, ancel, and pply buttons at the bottom of each property page. These are explained in detail below Reading the Register Map The property sheets were designed so that the data displayed is always current. ertain actions cause the entire register map to be read from the device and to update the property sheets. This happens when:. Property sheets are initially opened.. When tabbing from one page to another.. When Read ll is clicked.. When making the Property Sheets window the active window (by clicking on it).. When making a Register Map Editor window the active window (by clicking on it). TVP0EVM User s Guide 9

30 SLEU uto Update from evice Items and above are referred to as the uto Update feature. uto Update can be disabled by setting its program option button to ISLE. This button is located on the initial dialog box (WinV onfiguration). With uto Update enabled (default), the user can open both the Property Sheets and the Register Map Editor at the same time. hanges made to the Property Sheets (and applied) are updated in the register map window as soon as the Register Map window is clicked on. It also works the other way; changes made in the Register Map Editor are updated in the Property Sheets as soon as the Property Sheets window is clicked on. Figure 7. Property Sheets 0 TVP0EVM User s Guide

31 SLEU0 Table 7. Use of Property Sheet ontrols ialog ontrol What o I o With It? When is Hardware Updated? Read Only Edit ox Read status information N/ heck ox Toggle a single bit fter pply rop own List Select from a text list fter pply Edit ox Type a number fter pply Edit ox with Up/own arrows Use up/down arrows or type a number Slider Slide a lever Immediately Pushbutton Initiate an action Immediately Up/own rrows: Immediately Type a number: fter pply Table 8. Property Sheet utton ontrols utton ontrol OK ancel pply efinition Writes to all writeable registers whose data has changed. register is flagged as changed if the value to be written is different from the value last read from that address. loses the dialog. auses all changes made to the property page since the last pply to be discarded. hanges made to dialog controls with immediate hardware update are not discarded, since they have already been changed in hardware. oes not write to hardware. loses the dialog. Writes to all writeable registers whose data has changed. register is flagged as changed if the value to be written is different from the value last read from that address. TVP0EVM User s Guide

32 SLEU0 9 Troubleshooting This chapter discusses ways to troubleshoot the TVP0EVM. 9. Troubleshooting Guide If you are experiencing problems with the TVP0EVM hardware or the WinV software, see Table 9 for available solutions. Table 9. TVP0EVM Troubleshooting Symptom ause Solution t startup, the error message annot find LL file LPORTIO.LL appears. lank screen No color Screen colors are only magenta and green. Video standard auto switch does not work on the video decoder side. Video standard auto switch does not work on the video encoder side. The parallel port driver supplied with the EVM has not been installed. Wrong video input is selected. Source is connected to the wrong input connector. Ybr outputs or clock output is disabled. GLO pin is not set to output the GLO signal. Wrong Ybr output format. Run Port9NT.EXE on the to install the driver. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, nalog Video page, select the correct video input(s) and click pply. (The omposite Video input is default.) onnect source to the correct input connector. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, Output ontrol, check the Enable Ybr Outputs and Enable lock Outputs check boxes and click pply. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, GPIO page, set the drop down box labeled GLO/I Terminal to Genlock Output and click pply. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, Output ontrol, set the Ybr output format to 0-bit :: ITU-R T. with embedded syncs mode and click pply. utoswitch masks are not set correctly. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, Mode Selection page, check all standards to be included in auto switch processing and click pply. Video decoder is not in auto switch mode. uto switch polling is not enabled. Go to Edit->Property Sheets-> TVP0, Mode Selection page, set the drop down box to Multi Standard and click pply. lick Real Time Polling in the Tools menu. lick Enable ll and OK. TVP0EVM User s Guide

33 SLEU0 Table 0. I Troubleshooting Symptom ause Solution No I communication I slave address is wrong. Parallel cable is not connected from P parallel port to the EVM connector. EVM is not powered on. Wrong type of parallel cable. P parallel port mode is not set correctly. evice was placed in power down mode. EVM was configured for an external I master. Still no I communication lose and restart WinV. hoose the alternate slave address in the WinV onfiguration dialog. onnect cable. The power supply must be plugged into a 00-V to 0-V/ 7-Hz to -Hz power source and the cord must be plugged into the power connector on the EVM. Some parallel cables are not wired straight through pinfor-pin. Use the cable supplied with the EVM. Reboot P, enter IOS setup program, set parallel port LPT mode (ddr 78h) to EP mode or bidirectional mode (sometimes called PS/ mode or byte mode). If already set to one of these two modes, switch to the other setting. See Section... Press the reset button on the TVP0EVM. Reinstall 0-? resistors R and R. ontrol EVM using the P parallel port. The P may not be capable of operating in the required parallel port mode. This is true of some laptop computers. Use a different computer, preferably a desktop P. When WinV is started and the WinV onfiguration dialog box is closed with OK, the I system test is performed (unless the I System Test program options button was disabled). If the I system test fails, a dialog box will appear. Figure 8 reports that a read from TVP0 failed, using slave address 0x8, subaddress 0x. The data read was 0x00. The expected data was 0x0. fter noting which device had a problem, click OK to continue. Next, the orrective ction ialog box appears to help fix the problem. TVP0EVM User s Guide

34 SLEU0 Figure 8. I System Failure ialog ox 9. orrective ction ialogs fter closing the I system test report dialog box, the dialog in Figure 9 appears. Figure 9. orrective ction ialog ox. If the cable is NOT connected from the P parallel port to the TVP0EVM or if the EVM power is not on: a. lick NO. b. The dialog shown in Figure 0 appears instructing you to correct the problem. TVP0EVM User s Guide

35 c. orrect the problem. SLEU0 d. lick OK to continue. The real-time polling dialog should appear. See Section... Figure 0. orrective ction Required. If the cable is connected from the P parallel port to the TVP0EVM N the EVM power is on: a. lick Yes. b. The dialog shown in Figure appears. This dialog appears if the P parallel port mode setting may need to be changed. NOTE: Only run the P IOS setup program if the I communication problem cannot be resolved in another way. (orrect slave address settings, reset or power cycle the EVM and/or check that the device type selected was TVP0). c. lick OK to continue. d. The real-time polling dialog appears. lick OK to close it and get to the main menu. e. lick Exit in the File menu to exit the program. f. See troubleshooting guide above. Figure. orrective ction Required 9.. Setting the P Parallel Port Mode NOTE: Only run the P IOS setup program if the I communication problem cannot be resolved in another way. (orrect slave address settings, reset or power cycle the EVM, and/or check that the device type selected was TVP0). TVP0EVM User s Guide

36 SLEU0. Restart the P.. uring the boot process, enter the IOS setup program by pressing the required key (usually the initial text screen tells you which key to press).. Find the place where the parallel port settings are made.. Set the parallel port LPT at address 78h to EP mode or bidirectional mode (sometimes called PS/ mode or byte mode). If one of these two modes is already selected, change to the opposite mode.. Exit and save changes. 9.. General I Error Report The error report shown in Figure appears when an I error occurs at any time other than after the I system test. In this example, there was an acknowledge error at slave address 0x (the video decoder module). The error occurred on Read ycle Phase on the device (slave) address byte. Figure. I Error TVP0EVM User s Guide

37 SLEU0 0 TVP0EVM Schematics This chapter contains the TVP0EVM schematics. TVP0EVM User s Guide 7

38 V7 oard Revision.0 Feb 00 V7 MOULE REV.0 ONN_RESET RESET SL S onnector onnector Power Power I I ONN_RESET SL S Y[9..0] LKIN /HSYN /VSYN /LNK UV[9..0] RT V7 V7 /RESET SL S Y[9..0] LKIN /HSYN /VSYN /LNK [9..0] RT G/Y /Pb R/Pr SV SL S Y[9..0] UV[9..0] LKIN /HSYN /VSYN /LNK RT VI Tx VI Tx VS Testpoints Testpoints Title ENOER EVM - LOK IGRM Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y:

39 7 _V.k R R.k R.k 7 P F 7 9 R.k R.k R7.k U U 7H0 UF U 7H0 7H0 R8.k 7H0 _V 8 U 7H0 9 R 0 0 R9 SL S SL S UE 0 7H0 Title ENOER EVM - I Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y:

40 OPTIONL V,.0 INPUT MIN SUPPLY FROM ONNETOR V F FUSE L V L _V P PJ-00H H HEER ZENER SS 7uF uf V U IN OUT YPSS EN 7 uf _V uf TPS7 0.0uF 8 uf POWER ON LE (+V) RESET ON POWER UP _V V R0 0 LE LE Remove R8 to disable RESET from onnector R ONN_RESET 0 R 00k S P 9 uf U ONTROL V /RESIN SENSE T RESET /RESET TL77IPW RESET RESET Title ENOER EVM - POWER Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y:

41 Y[9..0] Y[9..0] Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y7 Y8 Y9 H HEER 0X UV[9..0] UV[9..0] UV0 UV UV UV UV UV UV UV7 UV8 UV9 H HEER 0X RT RT H /HSYN /VSYN /LNK LKIN /HSYN /VSYN /LNK LKIN HEER X TP TP TP TP TP TP S S SL SL Title ENOER EVM - TESTPOINTS Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y: esign

42 Title Number Revision Size ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y: FFOE/IG_V FFRE/IG_H FFRSTWIN/~SLK FFWE/VLI FFIE/VLI VGV/SYN_T FSY/H/HSY/~LNK 7 FFRSTW/FLG 8 FPT/VSY/M 9 LK/M 0 PHI_0 PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ 7 PHI_ 8 PHI_7 9 PHI_0 0 PHI_ PHI_S PHI_S/R S/PHI_RWW SL/PHI_K 7 8 V 9 V 0 _VS _HS _PREF _RY _SLK VTIVE SOGOUT 7 ITRY 8 9 GPL 0 INTREQ GPIO0 GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO 7 GPIO 8 GPIO 9 GPIO7 0 MLK SLK LRLK MXLK 7 8 V 9 V Rr0 78 Rr 79 Rr 80 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr7 8 Rr8 8 Rr V 90 SLK 9 PLK 9 VSYN 9 GLO 9 FI 9 9 GY0 97 GY 98 GY 99 GY 00 GY 0 GY 0 GY 0 GY7 0 GY8 0 GY b0 08 b 09 b 0 b b b b b7 b8 b V 0 PREF VI HSYN PLI RESET P SMTE_TMMS_0PIN_F_R V V LKIN /HSYN /VSYN S SL LKIN /VSYN /HSYN S SL ONN_RESET ONN_RESET RT RT /LNK /LNK REV.0 V V Y7 Y[9..0] Y[9..0] Y9 Y8 Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y UV[9..0] UV[9..0] UV9 UV8 UV7 UV UV UV UV UV UV UV0 ENOER EVM - ONNETOR

43 _V _V 7 I RESS SELETION - ase ddr 0x - ase ddr 0x - efault _V VS R 0 NO POP L 0uH NO POP 9 pf R7 0 NO POP U 80 R 7 uf R 0 V VS R LKIN LKIN R 0k R9 0 R0 0 /LNK /LNK /VSYN /VSYN /HSYN /HSYN LS JP JMP 8 NO POP Y[9..0] Y[9..0] Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y7 Y8 Y9 R 0k SV_Y R 0 NO POP L 0uH 7 0 pf R8 0 U 80 V NO POP R9 0 R8 0 R 7 7 SV SVIEO_0 _V Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y7 Y8 Y U9 V_IO Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y7 V Y8 Y9 0 V7 LKIN /HSYN 9 /VSYN _IO LKIN_ S9 S8 S7 S S V S S S S S0 /S_HSYN /S_VSYN I LS S SLK /P_HSYN /P_VSYN /P_LNK RT_SR_TR LKIN_ /S_LNK RSET VREF OMP V E F OMP RSET EXT_LF /RESET _V /LNK RSET VREF OMP VS SV_Y SV_ Y/G Pb/ Pr/R OMP RSET EXT_LF /RESET _V R.k _V R.7k.7uF U0 V+ N V- 80 /RESET SV_ Pr/R R 0 R8 00 NO POP L 0uH NO POP U8 80 V 8 pf R9 7 NO POP R 0 L0.uH R7 0 70pF R L 0 NO POP U 80 7 R 7 R0 7 0 uf V R 0 8 NO POP R V U V R 0 9 uf V [9..0] [9..0] SL SL S S I LS S SL /HSYN /VSYN /LNK EXT_LF 80pF 0 R 80.9nF LKIN _V RT _V R7.99k Y/G R 00 U 80 V R 7 NO POP L.uH 70pF L8 0 R8 7 R 0 R0 0 0 R NO POP U 80 7 V R uf V YPPR R_RG I RSET RSET R.0k R.0k _V OMP _V OMP Pb/ R 00 U7 80 L7 R7 7.uH V NO POP 7 70pF L9 0 R NO POP R 0 R 0 U V R 0 8 uf V Title ENOER EVM - V7 Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0\V7EVM_MOULE_REV.0.db rawn y: esign

44 TVP0EVM Rev.0 Revision.0 OUT Feb 00 Tuner VS Tuner Interface Tuner Interface SL S TUNER_VS I I VI ecoder Interface VI ecoder Interface T_VS VS_IN GREEN LUE RE FSS_RG G R FSO SL S SL S VSYN HSYN Power Power /RESET onnector onnector SV Y/G Pb/ Pr/R nti-liasing Filters nti-liasing Filters VS_IN VS_OUT Y_IN _IN Y_OUT _OUT Y/G_IN Pb/_IN Pr/R_IN Y/G_OUT Pb/_OUT Pr/R_OUT SRT_VS_IN SRT_GRN_IN SRT_LUE_IN SRT_RE_IN TVP0 TVP0 TUNER_VS VS_IN VS_OUT Y_IN _IN Y_OUT _OUT Y/G_IN Pb/_IN Pr/R_IN Y/G_OUT Pb/_OUT Pr/R_OUT SRT_VS_IN SRT_GRN_IN SRT_LUE_IN SRT_RE_IN NLOG_OUT _GREEN _RE _LUE FSS_RG G R FSO SL S /RESET [9..0] Y[9..0] TLK HS_S VS_VLNK VI FI GLO INTREQ_OUT SRT_VISTT SRT_T SRT_VS_OUT SRT_LK SL S /RESET [9..0] Y[9..0] TLK HSYN VSYN VI FI GLO INTREQU SRT SRT_GRN_OUT SRT_LUE_OUT SRT_GRN_OUT SRT_LUE_OUT [..0] Q[..0] LK 0 RS# S# WE# QM /S Y[9..0] [9..0] TLK Testpoints Testpoints HSYN VSYN VI FI GLO INTREQ_TP SL S SRT_LK SRT_VS_OUT SRT_T SRT_VISTT /S QM /WE /S /RS TSOPII-0 SRM TSOPII-0 SRM 0 LK Q[..0] Q[..0] Q[..0] Q[..0] LK 0 TSOPII- SRM TSOPII- SRM /RS /S /WE QM /S Q[..0] Q[..0] LK 0 TSOPII-8 SRM TSOPII-8 SRM /RS /S /WE /S QM Title TVP0EVM - LOK IGRM Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y:

45 7 _V T0 NK T POUT T TP TP TP TP TP.k R R8.k R.k P R.k R.k R7.k U U 7H0 UF U 7H0 7H0 R9.k 7H0 _V 8 U 7H0 9 R 0 0 R S SL S UE 0 7H0 Title TVP0EVM - I Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV rawn y:.0.ddb

46 V H TUNER_VS S SL SMTE SSW-0-0-G- Title TVPEVM - TV TUNER INTERFE Size Number Revision ate: REV.0 -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV rawn y: esign.0.ddb

47 V R0 0 T_VS VS_IN LUE GREEN RE H SMTE SSW-0-0-G- HSYN VSYN FSS_RG R G H SMTE SSW-0-0-G- S SL FSO ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y: Title TVP0EVM - VI EOER INTERFE Size Number Revision REV.0

48 OMPONENT - YPbPr VS & S-VIEO SRT - VS & RG (RE & VS shared w/ SV).pF.pF 8.pF Y/G_IN Y/G_IN L.8uH Y/G_OUT Y/G_OUT VS_IN VS_IN L.8uH VS_OUT VS_OUT SRT_GRN_IN SRT_GRN_IN L.uH SRT_GRN_OUT SRT_GRN_OUT 7 0pF 9 0pF 0pF 0pF 8 0pF 0 0pF 8.pF 8.pF 7 8.pF Pr/R_IN Pr/R_IN L.uH Pr/R_OUT Pr/R_OUT Y_IN Y_IN L.uH Y_OUT Y_OUT SRT_LUE_IN SRT_LUE_IN L9.uH SRT_LUE_OUT SRT_LUE_OUT 8 0pF 0 0pF 0pF 0pF 9 0pF 0pF 8.pF 8.pF Pb/_IN Pb/_IN L7.uH Pb/_OUT Pb/_OUT _IN _IN L8.uH _OUT _OUT 0pF 0pF 0pF 0pF NOTE: SV- (Y/) is shared with SRT - (VS/RE) These anti-aliasing filters are used for both sets of inputs. ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y: Title TVP0EVM - NTI-LISING FILTERS Size Number Revision REV.0

49 V,.0 INPUT V F FUSE L V P PJ-00H H HEER ZENER SS 7uF uf TVP0 POWER SUPPLY VOUT IS.V VOUT IS.8V L _V 9 7uF 0 uf R0 9k R0 POWER ON LE (+V) V R9 0 LE LE V uf uf U8 VIN VIN N /MR /EN /EN /RESET VIN VIN TPS70 VOUT VOUT VSENSE/F N PG PG N VSENSE/F VOUT VOUT PP NO POP R R 9k R 9k R 0 NO POP R L L uf 9 uf _V _8V 0 _8V 8 7uF L uf RESET ON POWER UP _V R 00k RESET RESET U ONTROL V /RESIN SENSE T RESET /RESET /RESET /RESET uf TL77IPW Title TVP0EVM - POWER Size Number Revision REV.0 ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV rawn y: esign.0.ddb

50 Title Number Revision Size ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y: TVP0EVM - SRM 0-PIN TSOP II Q[..0] /S /RS QM Q[..0] LK /WE V Q0 Q VSSQ Q Q VQ 7 Q 8 Q 9 VSSQ 0 Q Q7 VQ QML WE_ S_ RS_ 7 S_ V VSS N KE LK QMH N 7 VQ 8 Q8 9 Q9 0 VSSQ Q0 Q VQ Q Q VSSQ 7 Q 8 Q 9 VSS 0 U SRM_0TSOPII Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0 Q Q Q Q Q QM /WE /S /RS /S QM LK _V _V 0 0 REV.0 /S Q[..0] Q[..0] Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0

51 Title Number Revision Size ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y: TVP0EVM - SRM 8-PIN TSOP II Q[..0] /S /RS /S QM Q[..0] LK /WE V 0 VQ VSSQ 7 8 VQ 9 0 VSSQ 7 N V QM0 /WE 7 /S 8 /RS 9 /S 0 0 0/P 0 7 QM 8 V 9 N 0 VSSQ 7 8 VQ VSSQ VQ V VSS VSSQ 7 8 VQ VSSQ 9 0 VQ N 7 VSS 8 QM KE 7 LK 8 N 9 N 70 QM 7 VSS 7 N VQ VSSQ VQ VSSQ 8 8 VSS 8 U SRM_8TSOPII QM QM Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0 Q Q Q Q Q /WE /S /RS /S LK 0 _V _V 7 8 REV.0 Q[..0] Q[..0] 0 R 0 Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0 Q

52 Title Number Revision Size ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MO rawn y: TVP0EVM - SRM -PIN TSOP II Q[..0] /S /RS QM Q[..0] LK /WE Reference Vss Vcc Q VssQ Q0 Q VccQ Q 0 VccQ 9 Q Q 8 Q Q 7 VssQ VssQ Q0 Q 7 Q9 VccQ Q 8 Q8 VccQ 9 Vss N 0 Q 0 UQM 9 Q LK 8 KE 7 VssQ N Q7 9 Vcc 8 LQM 7 WE 0 S 7 9 Vss 8 RS 8 S Vcc 7 U SRM_TSOPII Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0 Q Q Q Q Q LK QM QM /WE /S /RS /S _V 7 _V /S Q[..0] Q[..0] Q0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q7 Q8 Q9 Q0 Q REV.0

53 Title Number Revision Size ate: -Feb-00 Sheet of File: :\Userdata\EVM esign Files\MOULRIZE_EVMS\TVP0EVM\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0\TVP0EVM_MOULE_REV.0.ddb rawn y: FFOE/IG_V FFRE/IG_H FFRSTWIN/~SLK FFWE/VLI FFIE/VLI VGV/SYN_T FSY/H/HSY/~LNK 7 FFRSTW/FLG 8 FPT/VSY/M 9 LK/M 0 PHI_0 PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ PHI_ 7 PHI_ 8 PHI_7 9 PHI_0 0 PHI_ PHI_S PHI_S/R S/PHI_RWW SL/PHI_K 7 8 V 9 V 0 _VS _HS _PREF _RY _SLK VTIVE SOGOUT 7 ITRY 8 9 GPL 0 INTREQ GPIO0 GPIO GPIO GPIO GPIO 7 GPIO 8 GPIO 9 GPIO7 0 MLK SLK LRLK MXLK 7 8 V 9 V Rr0 78 Rr 79 Rr 80 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr 8 Rr7 8 Rr8 8 Rr V 90 SLK 9 PLK 9 VSYN 9 GLO 9 FI 9 9 GY0 97 GY 98 GY 99 GY 00 GY 0 GY 0 GY 0 GY7 0 GY8 0 GY b0 08 b 09 b 0 b b b b b7 b8 b V 0 PREF VI HSYN PLI RESET P SMTE_TMMS_0PIN_M_R S SL TVP0EVM - ONNETOR REV.0 V V V V Y[9..0] Y0 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y7 Y[9..0] TLK FI VSYN HSYN HSYN VSYN FI TLK [9..0] [9..0] 0 VI VI INTREQU INTREQU Y8 Y9 /RESET /RESET GLO GLO

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