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Hardware Setup

AD243x high Power

Evaluation boards

The AD243x high power evaluation boards used in the demos are explained in the following subsections.

EVAL-AD2435WA3LZ

Figure 1 shows a EVAL-AD2435WA3LZ board which can be used as a high power A2B main or a local powered A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2435 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • Sigma DSP (ADAU1452) with Optical SPDIF I/O
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)

EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ

Figure 2 shows EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ board which can be used as a high power bus powered A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2435 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • Onboard Class D (FDA802S) Amplifier
  • 4 Microphones
  • Onboard RGB LED

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

Evaluation boards

A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2435WA3LZ (Main) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub 0) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub 1)
  2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board.
  3. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Sub 0 board and the “A” connector on the Sub 1 board.
  4. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector on Main board.

Note: This connection is recommended for running the High-power sample demo using PC as host.

USBi/Aardvark

For Aardvark, download and install the “USB Drivers – Windows” from Total Phase website.

  • Attach an USBi/Aardvark cable to the main board (SIGMA STUDIO PLUS) connector as shown in Figure 3. Other end of the cable should be connected to the PC.
  • This connection is required to override the schematic for the main node SigmaDSP ADAU1452. The connection is also used to directly control A2B system when PC is used as the target processor.

Audio In/out

  • Connect separate audio sources (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, shown in Figure 3, on A2B sub boards.
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., headphones and speakers) to ‘Audio Line-out’ and output of Class-D amplifier ports as shown in Figure 3, on A2B main and sub boards.

AD2437

Evaluation boards

The Evaluation boards used in the AD2437 demos are explained in the following subsections.

EVAL-AD2437WA1NZ

Figure 4 shows an EVAL-AD2437WA1NZ board which can be used as either an A2B main or local powered sub node. The board has following components.

  • AD2437 A2B transceiver
  • ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Audio Processor
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)
  • S/PDIF Coaxial connectors
  • Codec AD1938

EVAL-AD2437WB1NZ

The Figure 5 shows an EVAL-AD2437WB1NZ board which can be used as an A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2437 A2B transceiver
  • 4 PDM Microphones
  • Class D Amplifier BD28623MUV
  • Codec ADAU1701
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

Evaluation boards

A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2437WA1NZ (Main) <–>EVAL-AD2437WB1NZ (Sub 0) <–> EVAL-AD2437WB1NZ (Sub 1) as shown in Figure 6.
  2. Connect XLR cable between the A2B connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board.
  3. Connect XLR cable between the “B” connector on the Sub 0 board and the “A” connector on the Sub 1 board.
  4. Connect 24V 3A power supply to the power connector (P14) on AD2437WA1NZ board.

USBi

  • Attach an USBi cable to the main board connector P6 as shown in Figure 6. Other end of the cable should be connected to the PC.
  • This connection is required to override the schematic for the main node SigmaDSP ADAU1452. The connection is also used to directly control A2B system when PC is used as the target processor.

Audio In/out

  • Connect separate audio sink (e.g., Headphones/speaker) to P16(3.5mm headphone jack) on AD2437WA1NZ.

Note:

  • You can connect a XLR audio source to P1 XLR channel 1 on AD2437WA1NZ platform as shown in Figure 6 and passive speaker on sub node 0. Add a stream from main node to sub node 0 in default schematic provided for AD2437.

Sample Demo Setup with PC

Using SigmaStudio+ the A2B system can be directly controlled from a connected computer without involving a microcontroller or a DSP. This mode is helpful for quick testing of the capabilities of AD24xx without the need for a microcontroller in the system.

Note: Please refer Appendices A and B for information about navigating in SigmaStudio+ for A2B use-case. A block diagram of a 3 node A2B system with PC as Host is shown below

  • For PC Software setup, refer section 2.1.1 and for Hardware Setup refer section 4.1.2.2 . To run the sample demo, refer section 4.1.3 .

SC59x SOM (Target) mode

This section describes the steps to run the demo using EV-SC594-SOM with AD2437. Note: Running this demo requires CrossCore Embedded Studio to be installed on the machine. For details, refer section 2.1.1 .

Setup

The hardware connections to be done are described below.

  1. SC594 SOM is mounted on Eval-AD2437WA1NZ(Main) board.
  2. A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order
    1. EV-SC594-SOM (Rev B) ↔ Eval-AD2437WA1NZ(Main) ↔ Eval-AD2437WB1NZ(Sub 0) <–> Eval-AD2437WB1NZ(Sub 1) as shown in Figure 9.
  3. Connect XLR cable between the “B” connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board. Repeat the same connection between Sub 0 and Sub 1
  4. Connect 24V power supply to the power connector (P14) on Eval-AD2437WA1NZ(Main) board.
  5. Attach JTAG to P1 on EV-SC594-SOM board and other end of JTAG to USB port of PC.
  6. Connect passive speakers to class D header as shown in Figure 9, on Eval-AD2437WB1NZ(Sub 0).

Note:- In Figure 9 we have not connected passive speaker because as PDM mic on Sub 1 is near to Class D, it will cause audio loopbacks. Please make sure that Passive speaker and Sub 1 are as far as possible in your setup and connect passive speaker.

Running target framework on SC594 SOM.
  1. Ensure that the “Boot Mode” switch is set to 0 on the EV-SC594-SOM board.
  2. Connect the JTAG (ICE 1000 or ICE 2000) and power on the board with the setup as shown in 3.2.4.1 .
  3. Create Debug Session in CCES by clicking Run → Debug Configurations → Application with CrossCore Debugger → Sharc → SC594 → Emulator → ICE 1000 / 2000 → Finish
  4. Select the SC59x dxe to be loaded and click Debug to start the session as shown below.
  5. In the Debug Window, Run F5 to execute sample demo.

AD243x standard Power

Evaluation boards

The AD243x standard power evaluation boards used in the demos are explained in the following subsections.

EVAL-AD2433WA1BZ

Figure 11 shows a EVAL-AD2433WA1BZ board which can be used as a standard power A2B main or a local powered A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2433 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • Sigma DSP (ADAU1452) with Optical SPDIF I/O
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)

EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ

Figure 12 shows EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ board which can be used as a standard power bus powered A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2433 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • 4 Microphones

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

Evaluation boards

A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2433WA1BZ (Main) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub 0) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub 1)
  2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board.
  3. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Sub 0 board and the “A” connector on the Sub 1 board.
  4. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector on Main board.

Note: This connection is recommended for running the standard power sample demo using PC as host.

Audio In/out

  • Connect separate audio sources (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, on A2B subordinate boards.
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., headphones and speakers) to ‘Audio Line-out’ on A2B main and subordinate boards.

AD2430

Evaluation boards

The Evaluation boards used in the AD2430 demos are explained in the following subsections.

EVAL-AD2430WD1BZ

Figure 14 shows an EVAL-AD2430WD1BZ board which can be used as either an A2B main or sub node. The board has following components

  • AD2430 A2B transceiver
  • ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Audio Processor
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)
  • S/PDIF Optical Connectors
  • Codec ADAU1761

EVAL-AD2430WC1BZ

The Figure 15 shows an EVAL-AD2430WC1BZ board which can be used as an A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2430 A2B transceiver
  • 4 PDM Microphones

EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ

Refer Section 3.5.1.1.1

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

Evaluation boards

A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2430WD1BZ (Main) <–>EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ (Sub 0) <–> EVAL-AD2430WC1BZ (Sub 1) as shown in Figure 16
  2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the A2B connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board.
  3. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Sub 0 board and the A2B connector on the Sub 1 board.
  4. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector (P7) on AD2430WD1BZ board.

Note: This connection is recommended for running the sample demo using PC as host. Refer Section 5 for more details on using ADSP-21569 as host processor.

USBi

  • Attach an USBi cable to the main board connector P6 as shown in Figure 16. Other end of the cable should be connected to the PC.
  • This connection is required to override the schematic for the main node SigmaDSP ADAU1452. The connection is also used to directly control A2B system when PC is used as the target processor.

Audio In/out

  • Connect separate audio sources (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ on AD2428WB1BZ as shown in Figure 16
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., active speakers) to ‘Audio Line-out’ ports, shown in Figure 16, on AD2430WD1BZ and AD2428WB1BZ.

Sample Demo Setup

Using SigmaStudio+ the A2B system can be directly controlled from a connected computer without involving a microcontroller or a DSP. This mode is helpful for quick testing of the capabilities of AD24xx without the need for a microcontroller in the system.

Note: Please refer Appendices A and B for information about navigating in SigmaStudio+ for A2B use-case. A block diagram of a 3 node A2B system with PC as Host is shown below.

For PC Software setup, refer section 2.1.1 and for Hardware Setup refer section 4.1.2.4 . To run the sample demo, refer section 4.1.3 .

SC59x EZ-Kit Mode

This section describes the steps to run the demo using EV-SC594-SOM with AD2430. *Note:* Running this demo requires CrossCore Embedded Studio to be installed on the machine. For details, refer section 2.1.1

Setup

The hardware connections to be done are described below. A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EV-SC594-SOM (Rev B) ↔ EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT (Rev A) <–>Eval-AD2430WD1BZ(Main) ↔ EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ (Sub 0) <–> EVAL-AD2430WC1BZ (Sub 1) as shown in Figure 18
  2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board. Repeat the same connection between Sub 0 and Sub 1
  3. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector (P8) on EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT board.
  4. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector (P7) on Eval-AD2430WDZ board.
  5. Attach JTAG to P1 on EV-SC594-SOM board and other end of JTAG to USB port of PC.
  6. Connect audio source (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, shown in Figure 18, AD2428WB1BZ boards.
  7. Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., active speakers) to ‘Audio Line-out’ ports, shown Figure 18, on EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT and AD2428WB1BZ boards.

Jumper settings for EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT

There are no additional jumper settings needed for the purpose of this demo. The jumper settings should be maintained as mentioned in the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT manual default configuration.

Running target framework on EV-SOMCRR EZ-KIT
  1. Ensure that the “Boot Mode” switch is set to 0 on the EV-SC594-SOM EZ-KIT board.
  2. Connect the JTAG (ICE 1000 or ICE 2000) and power on the board with the setup as shown in 3.4.4.1 .
  3. Create Debug Session in CCES by clicking Run → Debug Configurations → Application with CrossCore Debugger → Sharc → SC594 → Emulator → ICE 1000 / 2000 → Finish
  4. Select the SC59x dxe to be loaded and click Debug to start the session as shown below.
  5. In the Debug Window, Run F5 to execute sample demo.

AD242x standard power

Evaluation boards

The Evaluation boards used in the AD242x demos are explained in the following subsections.

EVAL-AD2428WD1BZ

Figure 20 shows an EVAL-AD2428WD1BZ board which can be used as either an A2B main or sub node. The board has following components

  • AD2428 A2B transceiver
  • ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Audio Processor
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)
  • S/PDIF Optical Connectors
  • Codec ADAU1761

Jumper Settings

EVAL-AD2428WD1BZ without 1452 DSP Bypass

EVAL-AD2428WD1BZ with 1452 Without Bypass

EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ

The Figure 22 shows an EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ board which can be used as an A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2428 A2B transceiver
  • SigmaDSP with codec (ADAU1761).
  • 2 PDM Microphones
  • Push Button
  • EEPROM

EVAL-AD2428WC1BZ

The Figure 23 shows an EVAL-AD2428WC1BZ board which can be used as an A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2428 A2B transceiver
  • 4 PDM Microphones

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

Bus power sub-nodes

Evaluation boards

A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2428WD1BZ (Main) <–>EVAL-AD2428WC1BZ (Sub 0) <–> EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ (Sub 1) as shown in Figure 24
  2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Main board and the “A” connector on the Sub 0 board.
  3. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the Sub 0 board and the “A” connector on the Sub 1 board.
  4. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector (P4) on AD2428WD1BZ board.

Note: This connection is recommended for running the sample demo using PC as host. Refer Section 7 for more details on using BF27, ADSP-21489 or ADSP-SC584 as host processor.

USBi
  • Attach an USBi cable to the main board connector P1 as shown in Figure 24. Other end of the cable should be connected to the PC.
  • This connection is required to override the schematic for the main node SigmaDSP ADAU1452. The connection is also used to directly control A2B system when PC is used as the target processor (no SDP-B board connected).
Audio In/out
  • Connect separate audio sources (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, shown in Figure 24, on AD2428WD1BZ and AD2428WB1BZ boards.
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., active speakers) to ‘Audio Line-out’ ports, shown in Figure 24, on AD2428WD1BZ and AD2428WB1BZ boards.

Note: Do not connect the audio source directly from PC toWB1BZ board as they can cause ground loop issues. If connected discovery will fail for WB1BZ and subsequent nodes.

As per Figure 25 two local powered nodes can be connected to each other to form an A2B network. One of them is a main node and the other is a sub node. This figure represents one of the two audio stream configurations. Figure 26 and Figure 27 represent the audio configurations with and without bypassing the 1452 DSP respectively. Connect audio sources and sinks as per these two figures.

AD2435 with SOM carrier ez-kit

Evaluation boards

The AD243x high power evaluation boards used in the demos are explained in the following subsections.

ADZS2435-MINI

Figure 28 shows a ADZS2435-MINI board which can be used as a high power A2B master. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2435 A2B transceiver
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)

Hardware modifications

The following hardware modifications are required:-

  • For all ADZS2435-MINI boards, remove R70, R71, R85, R39.
  • For all ADZS2435-MINI boards, add R40.
  • For all ADZS2435-MINI boards, add R40.
  • For the board with I2C address 0x6A, remove R43 and add R42.
Jumper settings

The jumpers on the board must be in the following positions

  • P5 – connect 2 & 3
  • P6 – No connection
  • P10 – No connection

EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ

Figure 29 shows EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ board which can be used as a high power bus powered A2B slave node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2435 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • Onboard Class D (FDA802S) Amplifier
  • 4 Microphones
  • Onboard RGB LED

Jumper settings

The following jumper settings are required:-

  • JP1 – No connection
  • JP2 – 5-6, 7-8, 19-20, 21-22, 23-24
  • JP3 – 1-2
  • JP5 – 2-3

EV-21569-SOM Rev B

Figure 30 shows EV-21569-SOM evaluation board which should be used with EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. This pair will be used an audio host to the ADZS2435-MINI. It consists of the following peripherals.

  • 8 Gb DDR3 (1.35V) Memory
  • 512Mb SPI Flash Quad Memory
  • FTDI USB-to-UART

EV-SC594-SOM Rev B

Figure 31 shows EV-SC594-SOM evaluation board which should be used with EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. This pair will be used an audio host to the ADZS2435-MINI. It consists of the following peripherals.

  • 8 Gb DDR3 (800 MHz) Memory
  • 512 Mb Quad SPI Flash Memory
  • 256 Mb Octal SPI Flash Memory
  • FTDI USB-to-UART

EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT Rev A

Figure 32 shows the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT which can be used with EV-21569-SOM or EV-SC594-SOM. This board along with a processor SOM board will be used as an audio host to the ADZS2435-MINI. It consists of the following peripherals.

  • ADAU1979 – Quad Analog-to-Digital Converter
  • ADAU1962A – 12 Channel, 192kHz, 24-bit DAC
  • CAN FD 2× ADM3056E
  • Macronix MX66LM1G45G 1 Gbit OSPI Flash Memory
  • Gigabit Ethernet TI DP83867
  • 10/100 Ethernet TI DP83848
  • USB 2.0 PHY Microchip USB3340
  • USB 2.0 to QSPI FTDI
  • MicroSD Card Socket
  • 2× A2B Interface Connectors

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

The steps described in this section are recommended to run the following configurations

  • AD2435 multi-main sample demo using ADSP-21569 platform and PC as host.
  • AD2435 multi-main sample demo using ADSP-SC594 platform as a host

The Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order.

  1. For using both ADSP-21569 platform and PC as a host, connect the EV-21569-SOM to the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. For using just ADSP-SC594 platform as a host, connect the EV-SC594-SOM to the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT
  2. Connect one of the two ADZS2435-MINI boards to J10 A2B interface of the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. Let this be “main node 0” with I2C address configured to be 0x68.
  3. Connect the other ADZS2435-MINI to J11 A2B interface of the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. Let this be “main node 1” with I2C address configured to be 0x6A.
  4. For A2B chain 0:- ADZS2435-MINI (Main node 0) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub node 0) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub node 1), the connections are as follows
    1. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the main node 0 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 0 board.
    2. Ordered List ItemConnect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the sub node 0 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 1 board.
  5. For A2B chain 1:- ADZS2435-MINI (Main node 1) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub node 2) → EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub node 3), the connections are as follows
    1. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the main node 1 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 2 board.
    2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the sub node 2 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 3 board.
  6. Connect 12V power supplies to the power connectors of EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT and both the ADZS2435-MINI boards.

Audio In/out for ADSP-21569 and PC as a host – multi-main

  • Connect an audio source (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, shown in Figure 35 (Audio Input).
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., passive speakers) to output of Class-D amplifier ports as shown in Figure 35, on sub node boards.
  • Connect separate audio sinks such as headphones to line outs as shown in the Figure 35.

Audio In/out for ADSP-SC594 as a host – multi-main

  • Connect audio sources (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ ports, shown in Figure 36, Figure 37, Figure 38 (Audio Input).
  • Connect separate audio sinks (e.g., passive speakers) to output of Class-D amplifier ports as shown in Figure 38, on subnode boards.
  • Connect separate audio sinks such as headphones to line outs as shown in Figure 36, Figure 37.

AD2433 with SOM carrier ez-kit

Evaluation boards

The AD243x standard power evaluation boards used in the demos are explained in the following subsections.

ADZS2433-MINI

Figure 39 shows a ADZS2433-MINI board which can be used as a standard power A2B master. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2433 A2B transceiver
  • 512K Self-Boot Memory (EEPROM)

Hardware modifications

The following hardware modifications are required:-

  • For all ADZS2433-MINI boards, remove R21, R18, R58, R59.
  • For all ADZS2433-MINI boards, add R17.
  • For the board with I2C address 0x68, remove R33 and add R34.
  • For the board with I2C address 0x6A, remove R34 and add R33.
Jumper settings

The jumpers on the board must be in the following positions

EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ

Figure 40 shows EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ board which can be used as a standard power bus powered A2B sub node. The board has following peripherals

  • AD2433 A2B transceiver
  • Stereo Audio Codec (ADAU1961) with Line I/O
  • 4 Microphones

Jumper settings

The following jumper settings are required:-

  • P1 – 1-2

EV-21569-SOM Rev B

This is same as 3.6.1.3

EV-SC594-SOM Rev B

This is same as 3.6.1.4 .

EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT Rev A

This is same as 3.7.1.5 .

Connections

To run the sample demo, the following setup connections are to be made.

The step described in this section are recommended to run the following configurations

  • AD2433 multi-main sample demo using ADSP-21596 platform and PC as host.

The Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order.

  1. Connect the EV-21569-SOM to the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT.
  2. Connect one of the two ADZS2433-MINI boards to J10 A2B interface of the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. Let this be “main node 0” with I2C address configured to be 0x68.
  3. Connect other ADZS2433-MINI to J11 A2B interface of the EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT. Let this be “main node 1” with I2C address configured to be 0x6A.
  4. For A2B chain 0:- ADZS2433-MINI (Main node 0) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub node 0) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub node 1), the connections are as follows
    1. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the main node 0 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 0 board.
    2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the sub node 0 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 1 board.
  5. For A2B chain 1:- ADZS2433-MINI (Main node 1) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub node 2) → EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub node 3), the connections are as follows
    1. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the main node 1 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 2 board.
    2. Connect twisted-pair wire between the “B” connector on the sub node 2 board and the “A” connector on the sub node 3 board.
  6. Connect 12V power supply to the power connector of EV-SOMCRR-EZKIT.

Audio In/out for ADSP-21569 and PC as a host – multi-main

  • Connect an audio source (e.g., output from an iPod) to ‘Audio Line- in’ port, shown in Figure 41 (Audio Input).
  • Connect separate audio sink such as headphones to line out as shown in the Figure 41.

A2B Bus Analyzer

The A2B Bus Analyzer device can be used along with the A2B Evaluation boards to run the A2B Bus Analyzer demos

Connections

To run the sample demos, the following setup connections are to be made.

Standard Power Main Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  • A2B Bus Analyzer (Main Node Emulator) <–>EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub 0) <–> A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–> EVAL-A2433WB1BZ (Sub 1)
  • Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a Standard Power Main Node Emulator and Bus Monitor.

Standard Power Sub Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2433WA1BZ (Main) <–>A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–>A2B Bus Analyzer (Sub 0 Emulation) <–> EVAL-AD2433WB1BZ (Sub 1)
  2. Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a Standard Power Sub Node Emulator and Bus Monitor.

High Power Main Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. A2B Bus Analyzer (High Power Main Node Emulator) <–>EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub 0) <–> A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–> EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub 1)
  2. Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a High-Power Main Node Emulator and Bus Monitor

High Power Sub Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2435WA3LZ (Main) <–>A2B Bus Analyzer (Sub 0 Emulation) <–> A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–>EVAL-AD2435WJ3LZ (Sub 1)
  2. Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a High-Power Sub Node Emulator and Bus Monitor.

242x Main Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. A2B Bus Analyzer (242x Main Node Emulator) <–>EVAL-AD2428WC1BZ (Sub 0) <–> A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–> EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ (Sub 1)
  2. Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a 242x Main Node Emulator and Bus Monitor

242x Sub Node Emulation and Bus Monitor

A2B Bus Analyzer device and A2B Evaluation boards shall be connected in the following order

  1. EVAL-AD2428WD1Z (Main) <–>A2B Bus Analyzer (Bus Monitor) <–> A2B Bus Analyzer (Sub 0 Emulation) <–>EVAL-AD2428WB1BZ (Sub 1)
  2. Refer the A2B Bus Analyzer QSG for setting up the A2B Bus Analyzer as a 242x Sub Node Emulator and Bus Monitor.
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