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DATA SHEET
Product specification
Supersedes data of 2000 Nov 21 2003 Feb 04
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
TEA6886HL
Up-level Car radio Analog Signal
Processor (CASP)
2003 Feb 04 2
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Processor (CASP) TEA6886HL
CONTENTS
1 FEATURES
1.1 General
1.2 Stereo decoder and noise blanking
1.3 Weak signal processing
1.4 Audio pre-amplifier
2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
3 ORDERING INFORMATION
4 QUICK REFERENCE DATA
5 BLOCK DIAGRAM
6 PINNING
7 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
7.1 Stereo decoder
7.2 FM noise blanker
7.3 AM noise blanker
7.4 Multipath/fading detection and weak signal
control
7.5 Tone/volume control
7.5.1 Source selector
7.5.2 Loudness
7.5.3 Volume 1
7.5.4 Treble
7.5.5 Bass
7.5.6 Volume 2
7.5.7 RSA selector
7.5.8 Chime adder
8 LIMITING VALUES
9 THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
10 CHARACTERISTICS
11 I2C-BUS PROTOCOL
11.1 Read mode: 1st data byte
11.2 Read mode: 2nd data byte
11.3 Subaddress byte for write
11.4 Write mode: subaddress 0H
11.5 Write mode: subaddress 1H
11.6 Write mode: subaddress 2H
11.7 Write mode: subaddress 3H
11.8 Write mode: subaddress 4H
11.9 Write mode: subaddress 5H
11.10 Write mode: subaddress 6H
11.11 Write mode: subaddress 7H
11.12 Write mode: subaddress 8H
11.13 Write mode: subaddress 9H
11.14 Write mode: subaddress AH
11.15 Write mode: subaddress BH
11.16 Write mode: subaddress CH
12 INTERNAL CIRCUITRY
13 TEST CIRCUIT
14 PACKAGE OUTLINE
15 SOLDERING
15.1 Introduction to soldering surface mount
packages
15.2 Reflow soldering
15.3 Wave soldering
15.4 Manual soldering
15.5 Suitability of surface mount IC packages for
wave and reflow soldering methods
16 DATA SHEET STATUS
17 DEFINITIONS
18 DISCLAIMERS
19 PURCHASE OF PHILIPS I2C COMPONENTS
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1 FEATURES
1.1 General
I2C-bus compatible
Digital alignment/adjustment via I2C-bus:
FM noise blanker sensitivity
FM stereo noise canceller
FM High Cut Control (HCC)
FM stereo separation.
FM audio processing hold for RDS updating; holds the
detectors for the FM weak signal processing in their
present state
FM bandwidth limiting; limits the bandwidth of the FM
audio signal with external capacitors
AM stereo input; AM stereo audio can be fed in at the
pins for the de-emphasis capacitors; this will provide
8 dB of gain to the AM audio.
1.2 Stereo decoder and noise blanking
FM stereo decoder
Accepts FM multiplex signal and AM audio at input
Pilot detector and pilot canceller
De-emphasis selectable between 75 and 50 µs
AM noise blanker: impulse noise detector and an audio
hold.
1.3 Weak signal processing
FM weak signal processing: six signal condition
detectors, soft mute, stereo noise canceller (blend) and
high cut control (roll-off).
1.4 Audio pre-amplifier
Source selector for 6 sources: 2 stereo inputs external
(A and B), 1 symmetrical stereo input (C), 1 symmetrical
mono input (D), 1 internal stereo input (AM or FM) and
1 chime/diagnostic mono input
Volume 1 control from +20 to 56 dB in 1 dB steps;
programmable 20 dB loudness control included
Volume 2 control from 0 to 56 dB in 1 dB steps,
56, 58.5, 62, 68 dB and mute
Programmable loudness control with bass boost as well
as bass and treble boost
Treble control from 14 to +14 dB in 2 dB steps
Bass control from 18 to +18 dB in 2 dB steps with
selectable characteristic
Analog Step Interpolation (ASI) minimizes pops by
smoothing out the transitions in the audio signal when a
switch is made
Audio Blend Control (ABC) minimizes pops by
automatically incrementing the volume and loudness
controls through each step between their present
settings and the new settings
Rear Seat Audio (RSA) can select different sources for
the front and rear speakers
Chime input: can be sent to any audio output, at any
volume level
Chime adder circuit: chime input can also be summed
with left front and/or right front audio, or be turned off.
2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The TEA6886HL is a monolithic bipolar integrated circuit
providing the stereo decoder function and ignition noise
blanking facility combined with source selector and
tone/volume control for AM/FM car radio applications. The
device operates with a power supply voltage range from
7.8 to 9.2 V and a typical current consumption of 40 mA.
3 ORDERING INFORMATION
TYPE
NUMBER
PACKAGE
NAME DESCRIPTION VERSION
TEA6886HL LQFP80 plastic low profile quad flat package; 80 leads; body 12 ×12 ×1.4 mm SOT315-1
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4 QUICK REFERENCE DATA
SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT
VCC supply voltage 7.8 8.5 9.2 V
ICC supply current 32 40 48 mA
Stereo decoder path
S/N signal-to-noise ratio 78 dB
THD total harmonic distortion 0.1 %
αcs channel separation 40 −−dB
Vo(rms) output voltage level at pins ROPO
and LOPO (RMS value)
FM: 91% modulation;
AM: 100% modulation;
fmod = 400 Hz
840 950 1060 mV
Tone/volume control
Vo(max)(rms) maximum output voltage level at
pins LF, LR, RF and RR (RMS value)
VCC = 8.5 V; THD 0.1% 2000 −−mV
Gvvoltage gain 1 dB steps 112 +20 dB
Gstep(vol) step resolution (volume) 1dB
Gbass bass control 18 +18 dB
Gtreble treble control 14 +14 dB
Gstep(treble, bass) step resolution (bass and treble) 2dB
(S+N)/N signal-plus-noise to noise ratio Vo= 2.0 V; Gv= 0 dB;
unweighted
107 dB
THD total harmonic distortion Vo(rms) = 1.0 V; Gv=0dB 0.01 %
RR100 ripple rejection Vripple(rms) < 200 mV;
f = 100 Hz; Gv=0dB
70 dB
CMRR common mode rejection ratio
differential stereo input
48 53 dB
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5 BLOCK DIAGRAM
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MHB818
50/75 µs
DE-EMPHASIS
AND
AM STEREO INPUT
FM BUFFER
AND
FM NB-GATES
MATRIX
AND
SOFT-MUTE
V/I
CONVERTER
STEREO
DECODER
PLL
INPUT BUFFER
AND
80 kHz
LOW-PASS
STEREO
DECODER
OUTPUT
AVERAGE
DETECTOR
(USN1)
AVERAGE
DETECTOR
(WBAM1)
PEAK
DETECTOR
(USN2)
AVERAGE
DETECTOR
(MUTE/HCC)
AM
GATE
LEVEL
ADC
(6-BIT)
LEVEL
INPUT
BUFFER
20 kHz
BAND-PASS
AND
AMWB
DETECTOR
HCC
SNC
de-emphasis
switch
I
2
C-BUS
AND
CONTROL LOGIC
I
2
C-bus
to NICE
I
2
C-bus
to NICE
from AM/FM
level detector I
2
C-bus
detector hold
detector reset
test
NOISE
AND
INTERFERENCE
DETECTOR
FM
PULSE
FORMER
sensitivity
start/
slope BUS
start/
slope
38 kHz
19 kHz 38 kHz
mute slope
mute start
bus controls
22 k
82 k100 k
22 k
6
5
4
3
77
76
75
7 8
VDD(5 V)
4.7 nF
10 nF
4.7 nF
74
73
2.7 nF
2.7 nF
72
71
3.3 nF
70
69
65
64
63
59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52
66
67
10 nF
220 nF
68
10 µF
10 nF
3.3 nF
220
nF 33 pF
H
G
E
PEAK
DETECTOR
(WBAM2)
PEAK
DETECTOR
(SNC)
D
C
F
detector
hold
detector
hold
B
A
detector
reset
test
sep.adj.
60 kHz
HIGH-PASS
AND
USN
DETECTOR
PULSE
SEPARATOR
120 kHz
HIGH-PASS
AMPLIFIER
sensitivity
pilot
ind.
MPX
input
RIN 182 k
470 k100
nF 6.8 nF 100
nF 22
nF
6.8 nF
68 k
10
nF
100 nF 100
k
220 k
33 nF
AM
mono
input
from
NICE
(FMHOLD)
from
NICE
(AFSAMPLE)
fref
(75.4 kHz)
trigger sensitivity
TEA6886HL
AGC
SDAQ
TUSN1
TWBAM1
FMRBUF
FMLBUF
DEEMR
DEEML
FMNCAP
MPXIN
TSNC
MPXRDS
TMUTE
AMNBIN
AMHIN
FMHOLD
SCLQ
LEVEL
SCL
SDA
DGND
TBL
AFSAMPLE
PILOT
FREF
PHASE
TUSN2
TWBAM2
IREF
AMHCAP
Fig.1 Block diagram (continued in Fig.2).
THTT HHEH a H
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MHB819
INTERNAL
POWER
SUPPLY
PEAK
TO
AVERAGE
DETECTOR
AM
PULSE
FORMER
SOURCE SELECTOR
AND
REAR SEAT AUDIO SELECTOR
USN
ADC
(3-bit)
BUS
BUS
16 18
10 11
VCC
(+8.5 V)
9
100 nF CELFI
22 µF
19
1 µF
17
220
nF
1513
12 14
220nF
AUDIO
BLEND CONTROL
(ABC)
ANALOG STEP
INTERPOLATION
(ASI)
35
34
36
37
51 50 49 48 47
E
WBAM
ADC
(3-bit)
BUS
D
LOUDNESS
LEFT
C
H
G
F
B
A
CHIME ADDER
(G = 20 dB)
AND
SWITCH
330
pF
44 43
15 nF
10
nF 220
nF
220
nF
3.3
k
220 nF
220 nF 3.3 k
33
32
31
30
29
68 nF
680 nF
CKVR 220 nF
4.7 k
43 k
68
nF
680 pF 220 nF
CKVL
4.7 k
43 k
10 nF
100
nF
28
27
26
47 µF
220 nF
CKIL
CVHS 220 nF
CKIR
100 nF
25
23
100 nF
1 µF
1 µF
24
46 45
TEA6886HL
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
CHIME ADDER
(G = 20 dB)
AND
SWITCH
BUS
VOLUME 1
LEFT
LEFT
TREBLE
BAND
LEFT
BASS
BAND
VOLUME 2
LEFT
FRONT
REAR
SEAT
AUDIO
SWITCH
VOLUME 2
LEFT
REAR
VOLUME 2
RIGHT
REAR
ASI/ABC
control
ASI
ABC
LOUDNESS
RIGHT
BUS
BUS
BUS
BUS
VOLUME 1
RIGHT
RIGHT
TREBLE
BAND
RIGHT
BASS
BAND
ASI
ABC
BUS BUS
BUS
VOLUME 2
RIGHT
FRONT
BUS
CCOM
CLIP
MONOC
MONOP
VHS
ARI
AMNCAP
ALI
ROPO
ROPI
RLN
RTC
RBI
RBO
RF
VCC
CHIME
AGND
LLN
LOPI
LOPO
BRI
ADR
BLI
SCAP
CRIP
AMHOLD
AMPCAP
LTC
LBI
LBO
LF
LR
ASICAP
RR
Fig.2 Block diagram (continued from Fig.1).
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6 PINNING
SYMBOL PIN DESCRIPTION
n.c. 1 not connected
n.c. 2 not connected
SCLQ 3 clock output (to TEA6840H)
LEVEL 4 FM and AM level input (from TEA6840H)
SCL 5 I2C-bus clock input
SDA 6 I2C-bus data input/output
DGND 7 digital ground
TBL 8 time constant for FM modulation detector
VCC 9 supply voltage
CHIME 10 chime tone input
AGND 11 analog ground
LLN 12 loudness left network
LOPI 13 left option port input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
LOPO 14 left option port output
BRI 15 channel B right stereo input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
ADR 16 address select input
BLI 17 channel B left stereo input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
SCAP 18 supply filter capacitor
CRIP 19 channel C right symmetrical input (terminal impedance typical 30 k)
n.c. 20 not connected
n.c. 21 not connected
n.c. 22 not connected
CCOM 23 channel C common input (terminal impedance typical 30 k)
CLIP 24 channel C left symmetrical input (terminal impedance typical 30 k)
MONOC 25 mono common input (terminal impedance typical 30 k)
MONOP 26 mono symmetrical input (terminal impedance typical 30 k)
VHS 27 half supply filter capacitor
ARI 28 channel A right stereo input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
AMNCAP 29 peak-to-average detector capacitor for AM noise blanker
ALI 30 channel A left stereo input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
ROPO 31 right option port output
ROPI 32 right option port input (terminal impedance typical 100 k)
RLN 33 loudness right network
RTC 34 right treble capacitor
RBI 35 right bass network input
RBO 36 right bass network output
RF 37 right front output
n.c. 38 not connected
n.c. 39 not connected
n.c. 40 not connected
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n.c. 41 not connected
n.c. 42 not connected
RR 43 right rear output
ASICAP 44 analog step interpolate capacitor
LR 45 left rear output
LF 46 left front output
LBO 47 left bass network output
LBI 48 left bass network input
LTC 49 left treble capacitor
AMPCAP 50 AM blanking time capacitor
AMHOLD 51 AM noise blanker flag
AMHCAP 52 AM noise blanker hold capacitor
IREF 53 temperature independent reference current
TWBAM2 54 time constant for AM wideband peak detector
TUSN2 55 time constant for ultrasonic noise peak detector
PHASE 56 phase detector
FREF 57 frequency reference input (75.4 kHz from TEA6840H)
PILOT 58 pilot on/off output
AFSAMPLE 59 reset for multipath detector (from TEA6840H for RDS update)
n.c. 60 not connected
n.c. 61 not connected
n.c. 62 not connected
FMHOLD 63 FM audio processing hold input (from TEA6840H for RDS update)
AMHIN 64 AM signal input (from TEA6840H)
AMNBIN 65 AM noise blanker input (from TEA6840H)
TMUTE 66 time constant for soft mute
MPXRDS 67 unmuted MPX input (from TEA6840H for RDS update)
TSNC 68 time constant for stereo noise canceller
MPXIN 69 MPX input (from TEA6840H)
FMNCAP 70 FM noise detector capacitor
DEEML 71 left de-emphasis capacitor
DEEMR 72 right de-emphasis capacitor
FMLBUF 73 left AM/FM audio buffer capacitor
FMRBUF 74 right AM/FM audio buffer capacitor
TWBAM1 75 time constant for AM wideband average detector
TUSN1 76 time constant for ultrasonic noise average detector
SDAQ 77 data input/output (to TEA6840H)
n.c. 78 not connected
n.c. 79 not connected
n.c. 80 not connected
SYMBOL PIN DESCRIPTION
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TEA6886HL
MHB817
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
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48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
SDAQ
TUSN1
TWBAM1
FMRBUF
FMLBUF
DEEMR
DEEML
FMNCAP
MPXIN
TSNC
MPXRDS
TMUTE
AMNBIN
AMHIN
FMHOLD
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
CCOM
CLIP
MONOC
MONOP
VHS
ARI
AMNCAP
ALI
ROPO
ROPI
RLN
RTC
RBI
RBO
RF
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
SCLQ
LEVEL
SCL
SDA
DGND
TBL
VCC
CHIME
AGND
LLN
LOPI
LOPO
BRI
ADR
BLI
SCAP
CRIP
n.c.
n.c.
AFSAMPLE
PILOT
FREF
PHASE
TUSN2
TWBAM2
IREF
AMHCAP
AMHOLD
AMPCAP
LTC
LBI
LBO
LF
LR
ASICAP
RR
n.c.
n.c.
Fig.3 Pin configuration.
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7 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
7.1 Stereo decoder
The MPX input is the null-node of an operational amplifier
with internal feedback resistor. Adapting the stereo
decoder input to the level of the MPX signal, coming from
the FM demodulator output, is realized by the value of the
input series resistor RIN. To this input a second source
(AM detector output) can be fed by current addition.
The input amplifier is followed by an integrated 4th-order
Bessel low-pass filter with a cut-off frequency of 80 kHz.
It provides the necessary signal delay for FM noise
blanking and damping of high frequency interference at
the stereo decoder input.
The output signal of this filter is fed to the soft mute control
circuitry, the output is voltage-to-current converted and
then fed to the phase detector, pilot detector and pilot
canceller circuits, contained in the stereo decoder PLL
block. A PLL is used for regeneration of the 38 kHz
subcarrier. The fully integrated oscillator is adjusted by
means of a digital auxiliary PLL into the capture range of
the main PLL. The auxiliary PLL needs an external
reference frequency (75.4 kHz) which is provided by the
TEA6840H. The required 19 and 38 kHz signals are
generated by division of the oscillator output signal in a
logic circuit. The 19 kHz quadrature phase signal is fed to
the 19 kHz phase detector, where it is compared with the
incoming pilot tone. The DC output signal of the phase
detector controls the oscillator (PLL).
The pilot present detector is driven by an internally
generated in-phase 19 kHz signal. Its pilot dependent DC
output voltage is fed to a threshold switch, which activates
the pilot indicator bit and switches the stereo decoder to
stereo operation. The same DC voltage is used to control
the amplitude of an anti-phase internally generated 19 kHz
signal. The pilot tone is compensated by this anti-phase
19 kHz signal in the pilot canceller.
The pilot cancelled signal is fed to the matrix. There, the
side signal is demodulated and combined with the main
signal to the left and right audio channels. Compensation
for roll-off in the incoming MPX signal caused by the IF
filters and the FM demodulator is typically realized by an
external compensation network at pin MPXIN, individual
alignment is achieved by I2C-bus controlled amplification
of the side signal (DAA). A smooth mono-to-stereo
takeover is achieved by controlling the efficiency of the
matrix with the help of the SNC peak detector.
The matrix is followed by the FM noise suppression gates,
which are combined with FM single poles and High Cut
Control (HCC).
The single pole is defined by internal resistors and external
capacitors. Audio is fed from the gate circuits to the
switchable de-emphasis, where the demodulated AM
stereo signal can be fed in. After de-emphasis the signal
passes to the output buffers and is fed to the radio input of
the source selector. For HCC, the time constant of the
single pole contained in the output buffer can be changed
to higher values. This function is controlled by an average
detector contained in the multipath and fading detector.
7.2 FM noise blanker
The input of the ignition noise blanker is coupled to the
MPXRDS input signal and to the LEVEL input. Both
signals are fed via separate 120 kHz filters and rectifiers to
an adder circuit. The output signal of the adder circuit is fed
in parallel to the noise detector and the interference
detector. The noise detector is a negative peak detector.
Its output controls the trigger sensitivity (prevention of
false triggering at noisy input signals) and the gain of the
MPX high-pass filter. The output of the interference
detector, when receiving a steep pulse, fires a single-shot
trigger circuit, contained in the pulse former circuitry. The
time constant of the single-shot trigger circuit is defined by
an internal capacitor, and its output activates the blanking
gates in the audio.
7.3 AM noise blanker
The AM noise blanking pulse is derived from the AM audio
signal which is fed into pin AMNBIN with the help of a
peak-to-average comparator. The blanking time is set by a
pulse former with external capacitor. The blanking pulse is
fed to the gate in the AM audio path and out at
pin AMHOLD to operate the gate built into the external
AM stereo processor.
7.4 Multipath/fading detection and weak signal
control
For FM signal quality dependent controls there is a built-in
combination of six detectors. These detectors are driven
by the level information direct, by the AC components on
the level via a 20 kHz band-pass filter (AM wideband) or by
the high notes present at the FM demodulator output via a
60 kHz high-pass filter (ultrasonic noise). The relationship
between the DC level and the AC components is
programmable by the I2C-bus (2 bits each). The output of
the level buffer, AM wideband detector and ultrasonic
noise detector are analog-to-digital converted and
readable by the I2C-bus.
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For the period of fast RDS updating soft mute, SNC and
HCC can be put on hold. The AM wideband peak detector
and the ultrasonic noise peak detector are reset by a
switch signal delivered from the TEA6840H via pin
FMHOLD.
The six separate detecting circuits are as follows:
1. The AM wideband noise peak detector is driven from
a 20 kHz band-pass filter connected to the level buffer
output. The time constant is defined by an external
capacitor connected to pin TWBAM2. The output
voltage of the detector is analog-to-digital converted
by a 3-bit ADC.
2. The AM wideband noise average detector is driven
from a 20 kHz band-pass filter connected to the level
buffer output. The time constant is defined by an
external capacitor connected to pin TWBAM1. The
output of the detector is connected to the Stereo Noise
Control (SNC) circuit.
3. The ultrasonic noise peak detector is driven from a
60 kHz high-pass filter connected to the MPX signal
from pin MPXRDS. The time constant is defined by an
external capacitor connected to pin TUSN2. The
output voltage of the detector is analog-to-digital
converted by a 3-bit ADC.
4. The ultrasonic noise average detector is driven from a
60 kHz high-pass filter connected to the MPX signal
from pin MPXRDS. The time constant is defined by an
external capacitor connected to pin TUSN1. The
output of the detector is connected to soft mute control
and stereo noise control circuits.
5. For soft mute and high cut control purposes an
average detector with an externally defined time
constant (TMUTE) is provided. The detector is driven
by level output only. Soft mute and high cut control can
be switched off via the I2C-bus.
6. The stereo noise control peak detector with an
externally defined time constant (TSNC) is driven by
DC level output, AM wideband and ultrasonic noise
outputs. It provides the stereo blend facility (SNC). The
starting point and slope of the stereo blend can be
chosen via the I2C-bus controlled reference voltage.
7.5 Tone/volume control
The tone/volume control part consists of the following
functions:
Source selector
Loudness
Volume 1
Treble
Bass
Volume 2
Rear Seat Audio (RSA) selector
Chime adder
Analog step interpolation
Audio blend control.
The stages loudness, volume 1, bass and volume 2
include the Analog Step Interpolation (ASI) function. This
minimizes pops by smoothing out the transitions in the
audio signal during switching. The transition time is
I2C-bus programmable in a range of 1 : 24 in four steps.
The stages loudness, volume 1 and volume 2 also have
the Audio Blend Control (ABC) function. This minimizes
pops by automatically incrementing the volume and
loudness controls through each step between their present
settings and the new settings. The speed of the ABC
function is correlated with the transition time of the ASI
function.
All stages are controlled via the I2C-bus.
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7.5.1 SOURCE SELECTOR
The source selector allows the selection between
6 sources:
2 external stereo inputs (ALI, ARI, BLI and BRI)
1 external symmetrical stereo input (CLIP, CRIP and
CCOM)
1 external symmetrical mono input (MONOP and
MONON)
1 internal stereo input (AM/FM)
1 chime/diagnostic mono input (CHIME).
A chime input signal can be sent to any audio output, at
any volume level, via the chime/diagnostic mono input.
7.5.2 LOUDNESS
The output of the source selector is fed into the loudness
circuit via the external capacitor CKVL (between pins LOPO
and LOPI) and CKVR (between pins ROPO and ROPI).
Depending on the external circuits for the left and the right
channel, only a bass boost or bass and treble boost is
available. The external circuits illustrated in Figs 13 and 15
will produce the curves illustrated in Figs 14 and 16
(without the influence of CKVL and CKVR respectively).
7.5.3 VOLUME 1
The volume 1 control circuit follows the loudness circuit.
The control range of volume 1 is between +20 and 36 dB
in steps of 1 dB.
7.5.4 TREBLE
The output signal of the volume 1 control circuit is fed into
the treble control stage. The control range is between
+14 and 14 dB in steps of 2 dB. Fig.20 shows the control
characteristic with external capacitors of 10 nF.
7.5.5 BASS
The bass control is the next stage. The characteristic of the
bass curves depends upon the external circuits connected
to pins LBO and LBI (left channel) and pins RBO and RBI
(right channel) and also upon the setting of bit BSYM (MSB
of the bass control byte). When BSYM = 1, an equalizer
characteristic is obtained and when BSYM = 0, a shelving
characteristic is obtained.
Figures 17 and 18 show the bass curves with an external
circuit of 2 ×220 nF capacitors and a resistor of 3.3 kfor
each channel with different values for BSYM. Figure 19
shows the bass curves with an external capacitor of 47 nF
for each channel and BSYM = 0, for boost and cut.
7.5.6 VOLUME 2
The four volume 2 blocks are located at the end of the
tone/volume control. In addition to volume control (same
settings as volume 2) the balance and fader functions are
also performed by individual attenuation offsets for the four
attenuators. The control range of these attenuators is
56 dB in steps of 1 dB and the additional steps of
58.5 dB, 62 dB, 68 dB and a mute step.
7.5.7 RSA SELECTOR
The RSA selector provides the possibility to select an
alternative source for the rear channels. In this event rear
channels are only controlled by the volume 2 function.
7.5.8 CHIME ADDER
The chime adder circuit enables the chime input signal to
be summed with the left front and/or right front audio, or be
turned off.
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8 LIMITING VALUES
In accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System (IEC 60134).
Notes
1. Machine model (R = 0 , C = 200 pF).
2. Human body model (R = 1.5 k, C = 100 pF).
9 THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
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VCC supply voltage 0.3 +10 V
Vivoltage at all pins (except SCL and SDA) VCC 10 V VSS 0.3 VCC V
voltage at pins SCL and SDA VSS 0.3 9.7 V
Ptot total power dissipation 480 mW
Tstg storage temperature 65 +150 °C
Tamb ambient temperature 40 +85 °C
Ves electrostatic handling voltage for all pins note 1 200 +200 V
note 2 2000 +2000 V
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Rth(j-a) thermal resistance from junction to ambient in free air 54 K/W
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10 CHARACTERISTICS
FM part: input signal Vi(MPX)(p-p) = 1.89 V; m = 100% (f=±75 kHz, fmod = 400 Hz); de-emphasis of 75 µs and series resistor at input RIN = 182 k;
FM audio measurements are taken at pins LOPO and ROPO.
Tone part: RS= 600 ; RL=10k, AC-coupled; CL= 2.5 nF; CLK = square wave (5 to 0 V) at 100 kHz; stereo source = A channel input; volume 1
attenuator = 0 dB; loudness=0dB, off; volume 2 attenuators = 0 dB; bass linear; treble linear; input voltage = 1 V, f = 1 kHz. Tone part audio
measurements are taken at pins RF and LF. VCC = 8.3 to 8.7 V; VSS =0V; T
amb =25°C; unless otherwise specified.
This IC shall not radiate noise in the audio system such that it disturbs any other circuit. This IC shall also not be susceptible to the radiation of any
other circuit.
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VCC supply voltage 7.8 8.5 9.2 V
ICC supply current VCC =8.5V 324048mA
VHS half supply voltage VCC = 8.5 V 3.75 4.25 4.75 V
IIREF reference current VCC = 8.5 V; RIREF = 100 k35 37 39 µA
FM signal path
Vi(MPX)(p-p) MPX input signal (peak-to-peak value) Ri= 182 kΩ−1.89 V
Vi(MPX) overdrive margin of MPX input signal THD = 1% 6 −−dB
IiAF input current 3.66 −µA
Ii(max) maximum AF input current THD = 1% 7.32 −−µA
Vo(rms) AF mono output signal (RMS value) 91% modulation without pilot 890 1000 1110 mV
Vout AF mono channel balance without pilot; VLOPO/VROPO 1+1 dB
αcs channel separation aligned setting of data byte 1, bit 0 to bit 3;
m = 30% modulation plus 9% pilot
L=1; R=0 404770dB
L=0; R=1 404770dB
THD total harmonic distortion Vi(MPX)(p-p) = 1.89 V; fmod = 1 kHz without pilot 0.1 0.3 %
Vi(MPX)(p-p) = 1.89 V; fmod = 5 kHz
L=1; R=0 0.1 0.3 %
L=0; R=1 0.1 0.3 %
S/N signal-to-noise ratio f = 20 Hz to 15 kHz 75 78 dB
α19 pilot signal suppression f = 19 kHz 40 50 dB
α38 subcarrier suppression f = 38 kHz 35 50 dB
α57 f = 57 kHz 40 −−dB
α76 f = 76 kHz 50 60 dB
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IM2 second order intermodulation for
fspur = 1 kHz
fmod = 10 kHz; note 1 60 dB
IM3 third order intermodulation for fspur = 1 kHz fmod = 13 kHz; note 1 58 dB
α57(RDS) traffic radio (RDS) f = 57 kHz; note 2 70 dB
α67 Subsidiary Communication Authorization
(SCA)
f = 67 kHz; note 3 70 −−dB
α114 Adjacent Channel Interference (ACI) f = 114 kHz; note 4 80 dB
α190 f = 190 kHz; note 4 70 dB
PSRR power supply ripple rejection f = 100 Hz; Vripple(rms) = 100 mV 30 dB
RSDEEML;
RSDEEMR
de-emphasis output source resistance data byte 3, bit 5 = 1; 75 µs 20 22.7 25.4 k
data byte 3, bit 5 = 0; 50 µs 13.4 15.2 17 k
IFMLBUF;
IFMRBUF
current capacity of FM buffer VFMLBUF,FMRBUF = 5.5 ±1V 50 200 µA
PLL VCO
fosc oscillator frequency 228 kHz
frequency range of free running oscillator 190 270 kHz
fref reference frequency at pin FREF 75.4 kHz
Vi(FREF) reference frequency input voltage 30 100 500 mV
Zi(FREF) input impedance 100 −−k
PLL pilot detector
Vi(pilot)(rms) pilot threshold voltage for automatic
switching by pilot input voltage (RMS value)
stereo on; STIN = 1 27 37 mV
stereo off; STIN = 0 9 22 mV
hys(pilot) hysteresis of pilot threshold voltage 2dB
VPILOT switching voltage for external mono control
(PILOT)
0.3 0.7 V
AM signal path
VLOPO; VROPO AC output voltage at pins LOPO
and ROPO
AMON = 1 and AMST = 0; Ri= 220 k;
ViAM(mono) = 250 mV
195 245 295 mV
GvAM stereo audio buffer voltage gain subaddress 0H: AMON = 1 and AMST = 1; input
signal at pins DEEML or DEEMR; coupled with
220 nF; Vi(DEEML,DEEMR) = 200 mV; fi= 1 kHz; note 5
789dB
Ri(DEEML);
Ri(DEEMR)
input resistance for AM stereo left and right AMON = 1 and AMST = 1; note 6 80 100 120 k
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Noise blanker
FM PART
tsup interference suppression time 20 30 40 µs
Ioffset gate input offset current at pins during
suppression pulse duration
during AF suppression time 20 50 nA
Ich(FMNCAP) charge current (into 4 V) no input signal; VFMNCAP =V
FMNCAP(int) 0.7 V 16 12.5 9.5 µA
Idch(FMNCAP) discharge current (from 5.5 V) no input signal; VFMNCAP =V
FMNCAP(int) + 0.7 V 45 70 100 µA
Trigger Threshold Control (TTC), dependency on MPX signal at MPXRDS input
VFMNCAP trigger threshold variation voltage Vi(MPXRDS) = 0 V 4.5 5 5.5 V
VFMNCAP trigger threshold voltage Vi(MPXRDS) = 10 mV; f = 120 kHz 15 40 80 mV
Vi(MPXRDS) = 100 mV; f = 120 kHz 75 100 200 mV
VTBL trigger threshold variation with audio
frequency f = 15 kHz
Vi(MPXRDS) = 670 mV 500 mV
Trigger Threshold Control (TTC), dependency on level detector input signal
VFMNCAP trigger threshold voltage VLEVEL(AC) = 0 V 4.5 5 5.5 V
VFMNCAP trigger threshold voltage as a function of
VLEVEL(AC)
VLEVEL(AC) = 10 mV; f = 120 kHz 0mV
VLEVEL(AC) = 200 mV; f = 120 kHz 40 mV
Trigger sensitivity measurement with pulse (on MPX signal) at MPXRDS input
Vpulse trigger sensitivity tpulse =10µs; write mode; data byte 3, bits 6 and 7:
NBS1 = 0; NBS0 = 0 60 mV
NBS1 = 0; NBS0 = 1 100 mV
NBS1 = 1; NBS0 = 0 150 mV
NBS1 = 1; NBS0 = 1 200 mV
Trigger sensitivity measurement with pulse (on level signal) at AM/FM level input
Vpulse trigger sensitivity tpulse =10µs; VLEVEL = 0.5 V; write mode;
data byte 3, bits 6 and 7:
NBS1 = 0; NBS0 = 0 250 mV
NBS1 = 0; NBS0 = 1 275 mV
NBS1 = 1; NBS0 = 0 300 mV
NBS1 = 1; NBS0 = 1 320 mV
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AM PART
mmod trigger threshold 140 %
VAMPCAP(AC) AF voltage at AMHCAP ViAM(mono) = 50 mV (RMS); f=1kHz 16 22 30 mV
αAMGATE attenuation of blanking gate ViAM(mono) = 50 mV (RMS); gate open: internal
voltage; gate closed: VAMHOLD(DC) = 4 V; note 7
60 70 80 dB
tsup(AMHOLD) suppression time at AMHOLD tpulse =10µs; repetition rate = 50 Hz; Vpulse = 1.7 V
(AMNBIN); VLEVEL = 0.5 V
400 500 600 µs
VAMNCAP(DC) detector voltage; Vext(AMNBIN)DC 0.7 V VAMNBIN(AC) =0V; V
LEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V 3 3.5 4 V
fAMHOLD trigger sensitivity tpulse =10µs; repetition rate = 50 Hz; Vpulse = 1.7 V
(AMNBIN); VLEVEL =4V
45 50 55 Hz
Ioffset gate input offset current at pins during
suppression pulse duration
during AF suppression time 50 0 +50 nA
Muting average detector (TMUTE); see Fig.12
Vi(LEVEL) input voltage on LEVEL 0.5 4V
Gvvoltage gain LEVEL to TMUTE 0dB
VTMUTE offset between TMUTE and LEVEL 1.5 V
VTMUTE/K temperature dependence at TMUTE 3.3 mV/K
MUTING AVERAGE DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TMUTE) TMUTE charge current −−0.2 −µA
Idch(TMUTE) TMUTE discharge current 0.2 −µA
VODC output voltage 2 5V
TEST CONDITION
Ich(test) capacitor charge current data byte 6, bit7=1 −−12 −µA
Idch(test) capacitor discharge current data byte 6, bit7=1 12 −µA
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AM wideband average detector (TWBAM1); see Fig.6
VTWBAM1 DC voltage at TWBAM1 with respect to
AGND
VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 4.10 V
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 3.60 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 3.00 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 2.35 V
VCTWBAM1 DC voltage coefficient VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; note 8; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 0.69 0.82 0.98
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 0.60 0.72 0.86
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 0.50 0.60 0.71
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 0.40 0.47 0.56
VODC output voltage 1.5 5.5 V
AM WIDEBAND AVERAGE DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TWBAM1) TWBAM1 charge current 19.5 15 11.5 µA
Idch(TWBAM1) TWBAM1 discharge current 11.5 15 19.5 µA
Ultrasonic noise average detector (TUSN1); see Fig.5
VTUSN1 DC voltage at TUSN1 with respect to
AGND
VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; data byte 1, bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 4.25 V
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 4.00 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 3.50 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 2.60 V
VCTUSN1 DC voltage coefficient VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; note 9; data byte 1,
bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 0.71 0.85 1.00
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 0.67 0.80 0.95
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 0.60 0.70 0.85
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 0.44 0.52 0.62
VODC output voltage 1.5 5.5 V
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ULTRASONIC NOISE AVERAGE DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TUSN1) TUSN1 charge current 19.5 15 11.5 µA
Idch(TUSN1) TUSN1 discharge current 11.5 15 19.5 µA
Peak detector for stereo noise control (TSNC)
DEPENDENCY ON LEVEL VOLTAGE; see Fig.12
VLEVEL input voltage 0.5 4.75 V
G gain LEVEL to TSNC 0dB
VTSNC DC voltage at TSNC referred to DC level
voltage at LEVEL
without MPXRDS and LEVEL (AC) input
VLEVEL(DC) = 0.5 V 1.75 2.00 2.25 V
VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V 4.50 5.00 5.50 V
VTSNC/K temperature dependence at TSNC 3.3 mV/K
DEPENDENCY ON ULTRASONIC NOISE; see Fig.5
VTSNC DC voltage at TSNC with respect to AGND VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; data byte 1, bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 4.25 V
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 4.00 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 3.50 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 2.60 V
VCTSNC DC voltage coefficient VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; note 10; data byte 1,
bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 0.71 0.85 1.00
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 0.67 0.80 0.95
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 0.60 0.70 0.85
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 0.44 0.52 0.62
VODC output voltage 2 5V
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DEPENDENCY ON AM WIDEBAND NOISE; see Fig.6
VTSNC DC voltage at TSNC VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 4.10 V
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 3.60 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 3.00 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 2.35 V
VCTSNC DC voltage coefficient VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; note 11; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 0.69 0.82 0.98
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 0.60 0.72 0.86
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 0.50 0.60 0.71
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 0.40 0.47 0.56
VODC output voltage 1.5 5.5 V
DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TSNC) TSNC charge current −−2.5 −µA
Idch(TSNC) TSNC discharge current 65 −µA
TEST CONDITION
Ich(test) charge current for testing data byte 6, bit 7 = 1; VLEVEL(DC) =2V;
VTSNC(DC) = 2.8 V
−−1.5 mA
Idch(test) discharge current for testing data byte 6, bit 7 = 1; VLEVEL(DC) =2V;
VTSNC(DC) = 4.2 V
200 −µA
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Ultrasonic noise peak detector (TUSN2); see Fig.5
VTUSN2 DC voltage at TUSN2 with respect to
AGND
VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; data byte 1, bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 4.25 V
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 4.00 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 3.50 V
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 2.60 V
VCTUSN2 DC voltage coefficient VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV; VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V;
fi= 80 kHz; write mode; note 12; data byte 1,
bits 6 and 7:
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 1 0.71 0.85 1.00
USS1 = 1; USS0 = 0 0.67 0.80 0.95
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 1 0.60 0.70 0.85
USS1 = 0; USS0 = 0 0.44 0.52 0.62
VODC output voltage 1.5 5.5 V
DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TUSN2) TUSN2 charge current −−1.6 −µA
Idch(TUSN2) TUSN2 discharge current 21 −µA
AM wideband peak detector (TWBAM2); see Fig.6
VTWBAM2 DC voltage at TWBAM2 with respect to
AGND
VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 4.10 V
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 3.60 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 3.00 V
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 2.35 V
VCTWBAM2 DC voltage coefficient VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV;VLEVEL(DC) = 3.5 V; fi= 24 kHz;
write mode; note 13; data byte 1, bits 4 and 5:
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 1 0.69 0.82 0.98
AWS1 = 1; AWS0 = 0 0.60 0.72 0.86
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 1 0.50 0.60 0.71
AWS1 = 0; AWS0 = 0 0.40 0.47 0.56
VODC output voltage 2 5V
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DETECTOR TIME CONSTANT
Ich(TWBAM2) TWBAM2 charge current −−1.6 −µA
Idch(TWBAM2) TWBAM2 discharge current 21 −µA
Soft mute; see Figs 7 and 4
α0dB attenuation at LOPO and ROPO VTMUTE = 3.5 V; VTUSN1 = 3.5 V 0.5 0 +0.5 dB
α6dB start of muting; AC attenuation at
LOPO and ROPO
see Fig.4; write mode; MSL0 = 1; MSL1 = 1
MST1 = 0; MST0 = 0; VTMUTE = 0.42VTUSN1
without AC
369dB
MST1 = 0; MST0 = 1; VTMUTE = 0.45VTUSN1
without AC
369dB
MST1 = 1; MST0 = 0; VTMUTE = 0.47VTUSN1
without AC
369dB
MST1 = 1; MST0 = 1; VTMUTE = 0.49VTUSN1
without AC
369dB
α10dB AC attenuation for setting of mute slope at
LOPO and ROPO
MST1 = 0; MST0 = 0; see Fig.7
MSL1 = 0; MSL0 = 0; VTMUTE(DC) = 0.35VTUSN1
without AC
7 1013dB
MSL1 = 0; MSL0 = 1; VTMUTE(DC) = 0.38VTUSN1
without AC
7 1013dB
MSL1 = 1; MSL0 = 0; VTMUTE(DC) = 0.39VTUSN1
without AC
7 1013dB
MSL1 = 1; MSL0 = 1; VTMUTE(DC) = 0.395VTUSN1
without AC
7 1013dB
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Stereo Noise Control (SNC)
αcs(start) start of channel separation aligned at L = 1 and R = 0;
data byte 2, SST[3:0] = 1111; VTSNC or VTUSN1 or
VTWBAM1 = 0.63VTUSN1 without AC; see note 14 and
Fig.9
4.5 6 7.5 dB
aligned at L = 1 and R = 0;
data byte 2, SST[3:0] = 1000; VTSNC or VTUSN1 or
VTWBAM1 = 0.70VTUSN1 without AC; see note 14 and
Fig.9
4.5 6 7.5 dB
aligned at L = 1 and R = 0;
data byte 2, SST[3:0] = 0000; VTSNC or VTUSN1 or
VTWBAM1 = 0.74VTUSN1 without AC; see note 14 and
Fig.9
4.5 6 7.5 dB
αcs(slope) slope of channel separation aligned at L = 1 and R = 0;
data byte 2, SST[3:0] = 1000; VTSNC = 0.72VTUSN1
without AC; see note 15 and Fig.8; data byte 2,
bits 4 and 5:
SSL1 = 0; SSL0 = 0 357dB
SSL1 = 0; SSL0 = 1 579dB
SSL1 = 1; SSL0 = 0 11 13 15 dB
SSL1 = 1; SSL0 = 1 (not defined)
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High Cut Control (HCC)
αHCC(start) AC attenuation for start of HCC AF = 10 kHz; VMPXIN = 200 mV; HSL1 = 1;
HSL0 = 0; data byte 0, SMUT = 0 and MONO = 1;
write mode; see note 16 and Fig.10; data byte 3,
bits 2 and 3:
HST1 = 1; HST0 = 1; VLEVEL(DC) = 1.00 V 1.5 3 4.5 dB
HST1 = 1; HST0 = 0; VLEVEL(DC) = 1.25 V 1.5 3 4.5 dB
HST1 = 0; HST0 = 1; VLEVEL(DC) = 1.50 V 1.5 3 4.5 dB
HST1 = 0; HST0 = 0; VLEVEL(DC) = 1.75 V 1.5 3 4.5 dB
αHCC(slope) AC attenuation for slope of HCC AF = 10 kHz; VMPXIN = 200 mV;
CFMLBUF,C
FMRBUF = 2.7 nF; HST1 = 1; HST0 = 1;
data byte 0, SMUT = 0 and MONO = 1; see note 16
and Fig.11; data byte 3, bits 0 and 1:
HSL1 = 1; HSL0 = 1 5.5 7.5 9.5 dB
HSL1 = 1; HSL0 = 0 468dB
HSL1 = 0; HSL0 = 1 246dB
HSL1 = 0; HSL0 = 0 135dB
αHCC(max) maximum HCC attenuation AF = 10 kHz; VTMUTE = 2 V; data byte 0, SMUT = 0
and MONO = 1; data byte 3, bit1=bit0=1
CFMLBUF, CFMRBUF = 2.7 nF; data byte 3, bit 4 = 1 8 10 14.5 dB
CFMLBUF, CFMRBUF = 680 pF; data byte 3, bit 4 = 0 8 10 14.5 dB
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Analog-to-digital converters
LEVEL ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER (6-BIT)
VLEVEL(min) lower limit of conversion range 740 mV
VLEVEL(max) upper limit of conversion range 3.4 V
VLEVEL bit resolution 42.5 mV
ULTRASONIC NOISE ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER (3-BIT)
VTUSN(min) lower limit of conversion range 2.1 V
VTUSN(max) upper limit of conversion range 4V
VTUSN bit resolution 320 mV
AM WIDEBAND NOISE ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER (3-BIT)
VTWBAM(min) lower limit of conversion range 2.1 V
VTWBAM(max) upper limit of conversion range 4V
VTWBAM bit resolution 320 mV
Tone/volume control
Gv(max) maximum voltage gain RS10 ; RL10 M19 20 21 dB
Gv(signal) signal voltage gain Tamb =25°C0.75 0 +0.75 dB
Tamb =40 to +85 °C1 0 +1 dB
Vo(rms) output voltage level THD 0.5% 2000 mV
THD = 1%; Gv= 3 dB 2300 −−mV
RL=2k; CL= 10 nF; THD = 1% 2000 −−mV
Vi(rms) input sensitivity Vo= 500 mV; Gv=20dB 50 mV
fro roll-off frequency high frequency (1 dB) 20000 −−Hz
input A; CKIL =C
KIR = 100 nF;
CKVL =C
KVR = 220 nF
low frequency (1 dB) 35 45 Hz
low frequency (3 dB) 20 25 Hz
input C; CKICL =C
KICR =1µF;
CKVL =C
KVR = 220 nF
low frequency (1 dB) 18 23 Hz
low frequency (3 dB) 10 13 Hz
αcs channel separation Vi= 1 V; frequency range 250 Hz to 20 kHz 74 80 dB
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THD total harmonic distortion valid for input channel A, B or C; same for all 4
outputs refer to inputs
Vi(rms) = 1 V; f = 1 kHz;
volume 1 attenuator: 6 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.05 0.1 %
Vi(rms) = 2 V; f = 1 kHz; VCC = 8.3 V;
volume 1 attenuator: 13 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.1 0.3 %
Vi(rms) = 2 V; f = 1 kHz; VCC = 8.5 V;
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.05 0.1 %
Vi(rms) = 1 V; f = 1 kHz; VCC = 8.3 V;
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.01 0.1 %
Vi(rms) = 2.3 V; f = 1 kHz; VCC =9V;
volume 1 attenuator: 13 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.13 0.3 %
Vi(rms) = 1 V; f = 20 Hz to 20 kHz;
volume 1 attenuator: 6 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.05 0.2 %
Vi(rms) = 2 V; f = 20 Hz to 20 kHz; VCC = 8.3 V;
volume 1 attenuator: 13 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.1 0.3 %
Vi(rms) = 2.3 V; f = 20 Hz to 20 kHz; VCC =9V;
volume 1 attenuator: 13 dB; equalizer bands flat
0.1 0.3 %
Vi(rms) = 0.5 V; f = 25 Hz; volume 1
attenuator: 0 dB; equalizer bass boost: +8 dB
0.1 0.2 %
Vi(rms) = 0.5 V; f = 4 kHz; volume 1
attenuator: 0 dB; equalizer treble boost: +8 dB
0.15 0.3 %
chime adder total harmonic distortion Vi(rms) = 0.5 V; f = 1 kHz; VCC = 8.5 V;
no input signal at input A
0.04 0.1 %
PSRR power supply ripple rejection CVHS =47µF;
CSCAP =22µF
stereo source: A, B, C or mono;
VCC = 8.5 V + 0.2 V (RMS)
f = 20 to 100 Hz 35 46 dB
f=1to20kHz 50 65 dB
f = 1 kHz 50 75 dB
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Vnoise(rms) noise voltage CCIR-ARM weighted
(RMS value) without input signal and
shorted AF inputs
volume 1 attenuator: +20 dB 65 100 µV
volume 1 attenuator: +20 dB; symmetrical input 100 140 µV
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB 10 14 µV
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB; symmetrical input 12.5 18 µV
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB;
bass and treble boost: 6 dB
16 25 µV
volume 1 attenuator: 0 dB;
bass and treble boost: 6 dB; symmetrical input
22 32 µV
volume 1 attenuator: 9dB 914µV
minimum volume; volume 1 attenuator: 18 dB;
loudness: 20 dB; volume 2 attenuator: 22 dB
58µV
mute selected: data byte 8, AMUT = 1 3.5 5 µV
volume setting: 20 dB; volume 1 attenuator:
10 dB; loudness: 10 dB; A-weighted
5.7 8 µV
CMRR input common mode rejection C channel input; Vi(rms) =1V;f=20Hzto20kHzon
CLIP, CRIP and CCOM
48 53 dB
C channel input; Vi(rms) = 1 V; f = 1 kHz on CLIP,
CRIP and CCOM
48 53 dB
C channel input; Vi(rms) =1V;f=20Hzto20kHzon
CLIP, CRIP and CCOM; volume attenuator: 15 dB
63 68 dB
CMRRmono mono input common mode rejection source = mono input 40 45 dB
αct crosstalk between bus inputs and signal
outputs
clock frequency = 50 kHz;
repetition burst rate = 300 Hz; total initialization;
note 17
110 dB
tABC Audio Blend Control (ABC) step time CASICAP = 22 nF; write mode; data byte 4,
bits 6 and 7:
ASI1 = 0; ASI0 = 0 0.83 ms
ASI1 = 0; ASI0 = 1 3.33 ms
ASI1 = 1; ASI0 = 0 8.33 ms
ASI1 = 1; ASI0 = 1 20 ms
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Source selector
Zi(stereo) stereo input impedance (A and B input) 80 100 120 k
Zi(sym) symmetrical input impedance
(C and mono input)
24 30 36 k
Zi(CHIME) CHIME input impedance (chime input) 80 100 120 k
Zooutput impedance at ROPO and LOPO 80 100
RLoutput load resistance at ROPO and LOPO 10 −−k
CLoutput load capacitance at ROPO and
LOPO
02500 pF
Gvsource selector voltage gain 0.2 0 +0.2 dB
αSinput isolation of one selected source to
any other input
f = 1 kHz 90 105 dB
f = 12.5 kHz 80 95 dB
f=20Hzto20kHz 75 90 dB
Vi(rms) maximum input voltage (RMS value) THD <0.5%; VCC = 8.5 V 2.0 2.15 V
THD <0.5%; VCC = 7.8 V 1.8 1.9 V
Loudness control
Ziinput impedance at ROPI and LOPI 80 100 120 k
Gloudness loudness control, maximum gain f = 1 kHz; loudness on/off 0.2 0 +0.2 dB
loudness control, minimum gain f = 1 kHz; loudness on/off 18.5 20 21.5 dB
Gloudness gain, loudness on referred to loudness off f = 1 kHz; Gloudness =20 dB 1.5 0 +1.5 dB
Gstep step resolution gain f=1kHz 1dB
step error between any adjoining step f=1kHz −−0.5 dB
LB(max) maximum loudness boost; without
influence of coupling capacitors
compared to 1 kHz; loudness on
f = 30 Hz 17 18.5 19 dB
f=10kHz 456dB
compared to 1 kHz; loudness off
f=30Hz 10dB
f=10kHz 10dB
fref = 30 Hz; fmeas = 300 Hz; bass boost only 12.5 14 15.5 dB
fref = 30 Hz; fmeas = 300 Hz; bass and treble boost 12 13.5 15 dB
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Volume 1 control
Gvvoltage gain 36 +20 dB
Gstep step resolution gain 1dB
step error between any adjoining step −−0.5 dB
Gaattenuator gain set error Gv= +20 to 36 dB 1 0 +1 dB
Gtrack gain tracking error Gv= +20 to 36 dB 01dB
Treble control
Gtreble treble gain control, maximum boost f = 10 kHz; Vi(rms) = 200 mV 13 14 15 dB
maximum attenuation f = 10 kHz 13 14 15 dB
Gstep step resolution gain f = 10 kHz 2dB
step error between any adjoining step f = 10 kHz −−0.5 dB
Bass control
Gbass bass gain control, maximum boost external T-filter; f = 60 Hz; BSYB = 1;
Vi(rms) = 200 mV
16 18 20 dB
maximum attenuation external T-filter; f = 60 Hz; BSYC = 0 16 18 20 dB
external T-filter; f = 60 Hz; BSYC = 1 13 14.4 15.5 dB
Gstep step resolution gain f = 60 Hz; boost; BSYB = 1 2dB
f = 60 Hz; cut; BSYC = 0 2dB
f = 60 Hz; cut; BSYC = 1 1.2 1.6 1.9 dB
step error between any adjoining step f = 60 Hz −−0.5 dB
fccentre frequency Cbass =2×220 nF; Rbass = 3.3 k50 60 70 Hz
Qeequalizer quality factor Vi(rms) = 200 mV; boost = 12 dB 0.8 0.9 1.1
EQbow equalizer bowing Vi(rms) = 200 mV; bass and treble boost = 12 dB;
reference flat frequency response
2.1 3.3 dB
Volume 2 control
Gvvoltage gain 68 0dB
Gstep step resolution Gv=0to56 dB 1dB
step error between any adjoining step Gv=0to56 dB −−0.5 dB
additional steps −−58.5 dB
−−62 dB
−−68 dB
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αmute mute attenuation 100 110 dB
f=20Hzto20kHz 75 85 dB
Gaattenuator gain set error Gv=0to32 dB 1+1 dB
Gv=32 to 68 dB 2+2 dB
Gtrack gain tracking error Gv=0to56 dB 01dB
Zooutput impedance 80 120
RLoutput load resistance 2 −−k
Co(L) output load capacitance 0 10 nF
Ro(L) DC load resistance at output to ground 4.7 −−k
Chime adder
Gv(CHIME) chime adder voltage gain Vi(rms) = 1 V; chime input; chime adder on 21 20 19 dB
Vi(CHIME)(rms) maximum chime input voltage (sine wave) main output voltage Vo(rms) < 1.5 V; chime input;
chime adder on
2.0 −−V
k factor for Vi(CHIME) to avoid internal clipping k ×Vi(CHIME)(p-p) <5.7VVo(p-p) 0.22 0.25 0.28
Digital part (SDA, SDAQ, SCL, SCLQ, FMHOLD, AFSAMPLE); note 18
VIH HIGH-level input voltage 3 5 9.7 V
VIL LOW-level input voltage 0.3 +0.3 +1.5 V
IIH HIGH-level input current VCC = 0 to 9.5 V 10 +10 µA
IIL LOW-level input current 10 +10 µA
VOL LOW-level output voltage SDA IL=3mA −−0.4 V
Digital part (SDAQ and SCLQ); note 18
Io(sink) output sink current −−600 µA
Rpu pull-up resistance −−22 k
CLload capacitance −−20 pF
Digital part (ADR); note 18
VIH HIGH-level input voltage 3 VCC V
VIL LOW-level input voltage 0.3 +1.5 V
IIH HIGH-level input current −−150 µA
IIL LOW-level input current 80 −−µA
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Notes to the characteristics
1. Intermodulation suppression; Beat Frequency Components (BFC):
;
;
measured with 91% mono signal; fmod = 10 kHz or 13 kHz; 9% pilot signal.
2. RDS suppression:
measured with 91% stereo signal; fmod = 1 kHz; 9% pilot signal; 5% RDS subcarrier
(fs= 57 kHz; fmod = 23 Hz; AM m = 0.6).
3. Subsidiary Communication Authorization (SCA):
;
measured with 81% mono signal; fmod = 1 kHz; 9% pilot signal; 10% SCA subcarrier (fs= 67 kHz, unmodulated).
4. Adjacent Channel Interference (ACI):
;
;
measured with 90% mono signal; fmod = 1 kHz; 9% pilot signal; 1% spurious signal
(fs= 110 kHz or 186 kHz, unmodulated).
5. AM stereo audio buffer gain:
;
6. Input resistance for AM stereo left and right:
;
7. Attenuation of blanking gate:
8. TWBAM1 DC voltage coefficient:
9. TUSN1 DC voltage coefficient:
10. TSNC DC voltage coefficient:
IM2 Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 1 kHz()
------------------------------------------------------
=fs2 10 kHz×()19 kHz=
IM3 Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 1 kHz()
------------------------------------------------------
=fs3 13 kHz×()38 kHz=
α57(RDS)
Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 1 kHz 23 Hz±()
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
α67
Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 9 kHz()
------------------------------------------------------
=fs2 38 kHz×()67 kHz=
α114
Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 4 kHz()
------------------------------------------------------
=fs110 kHz 3 38 kHz×()=
α190
Vo(signal) at 1 kHz()
Vo(spurious) at 4 kHz()
------------------------------------------------------
=fs186 kHz 5 38 kHz×()=
G20 VLOPO
VDEEML
-------------------log=G20 VROPO
VDEEMR
--------------------log=
Ri(DEEML)
VDEEML
Ii(DEEML)
-------------------------
=Ri(DEEMR)
VDEEMR
Ii(DEEMR)
-------------------------
=
αAMGATE 20 VAMPCAP at gate open
VAMPCAP at gate close
-----------------------------------------------------------log=
VCTWBAM1
VTWBAM1 with AC voltage at LEVEL
VTWBAM1 without AC voltage
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
VCTUSN1
VTUSN1 with AC voltage at MPXRDS
VTUSN1 without AC voltage
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
VCTSNC
VTSNC with AC voltage at MPXRDS
VTSNC without AC voltage
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
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11. TSNC DC voltage coefficient:
12. TUSN2 DC voltage coefficient:
13. TWBAM2 DC voltage coefficient:
14. Start of channel separation:
15. Slope of channel separation:
16. AC attenuation for start and slope of HCC:
17. Crosstalk between bus inputs and signal outputs:
18. The characteristics are in accordance with the I2C-bus specification, with the exception that the data hold time tHD;DAT
must be at least 1 µs. This specification,
“The I
2
C-bus and how to use it”
, can be ordered using the code
9398 393 40011.
VCTSNC
VTSNC with AC voltage at LEVEL
VTSNC without AC voltage
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
VCTUSN2
VTUSN2 with AC voltage at MPXRDS
VTUSN2 without AC voltage
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
VCTWBAM2
VTWBAM2 with AC voltage at LEVEL
VTWBAM2 without AC voltage
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
αcs(start) 20log VLOPO(AC)
VROPO(AC)
--------------------------
=
αcs(slope) 20log VLOPO(AC)
VROPO(AC)
--------------------------
=
αHCC(10 kHz) 20log VLOPO,ROPO
VLOPO,ROPO without High Cut active
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
=
αct 20logVbus(p-p)
Vo(rms)
---------------------
=
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11 I2C-BUS PROTOCOL
Table 1 Write mode
Notes
1. S = START condition.
2. A = acknowledge.
3. P = STOP condition.
Table 2 Read mode
Notes
1. S = START condition.
2. A = acknowledge.
3. P = STOP condition.
Table 3 Chip address byte
Notes
1. Defined by address pin ADR.
2. 0 = receiver and 1 = transmitter.
S(1) CHIP ADDRESS (write) A(2) SUBADDRESS A(2) DATA BYTE(S) A(2) P(3)
S(1) CHIP ADDRESS (read) A(2) DATA BYTE 1 A(2) DATA BYTE 2 A(2) P(3)
CHIP ADDRESS READ/WRITE
0011000/1
(1) R/W(2)
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11.1 Read mode: 1st data byte
Table 4 Format of 1st data byte
Table 5 Description of 1st data byte bits
Table 6 Level setting ADC
7654321 0
STIN RDSU LVL5 LVL4 LVL3 LVL2 LVL1 LVL0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 STIN Stereo indicator. This bit indicates if a pilot signal has been detected. If STIN = 0, then
no pilot signal has been detected. If STIN = 1, then a pilot signal has been detected.
6 RDSU Measure mode. This bit selects the measure mode for the RDS flags. If RDSU = 0, then
continuous mode is selected. If RDSU = 1, then RDS update mode is selected.
5 to 0 LVL[5:0] ADC voltage level. These 6 bits determine the ADC voltage level; see Table 6.
VLEVEL (V) LVL5 LVL4 LVL3 LVL2 LVL1 LVL0
3.600 111111
3.553 111110
3.506 111101
3.460 111100
3.413 111011
3.366 111010
3.319 111001
3.272 111000
3.225 110111
3.179 110110
3.132 110101
3.085 110100
3.038 110011
2.991 110010
2.944 110001
2.898 110000
2.851 101111
2.804 101110
2.757 101101
2.710 101100
2.663 101011
2.617 101010
2.570 101001
2.523 101000
2.476 100111
2.429 100110
2.383 100101
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2.336 100100
2.289 100011
2.242 100010
2.195 100001
2.148 100000
2.102 011111
2.055 011110
2.008 011101
1.961 011100
1.914 011011
1.867 011010
1.821 011001
1.774 011000
1.727 010111
1.680 010110
1.633 010101
1.587 010100
1.540 010011
1.493 010010
1.446 010001
1.399 010000
1.352 001111
1.306 001110
1.259 001101
1.212 001100
1.165 001011
1.118 001010
1.071 001001
1.025 001000
0.978 000111
0.931 000110
0.884 000101
0.837 000100
0.790 000011
0.744 000010
0.697 000001
0.650 000000
VLEVEL (V) LVL5 LVL4 LVL3 LVL2 LVL1 LVL0
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Table 7 Format of 2nd data byte
Table 8 Description of 2nd data byte
Table 9 Ultrasonic noise ADC
Table 10 AM wideband noise ADC
76543210
USN2 USN1 USN0 WBA2 WBA1 WBA0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7This bit is not used and must be set to logic 1.
6 USN2 Ultrasonic noise ADC. These 3 bits select the voltage level for the ultrasonic noise
ADC; see Table 9.
5 USN1
4 USN0
3This bit is not used and must be set to logic 1.
2 WBA2 AM wideband noise ADC. These 3 bits select the voltage level for the AM wideband
ADC; see Table 10.
1 WBA1
0 WBA0
VTUSN2 (V) USN2 USN1 USN0
4.500 1 1 1
4.157 1 1 0
3.814 1 0 1
3.471 1 0 0
3.129 0 1 1
2.786 0 1 0
2.443 0 0 1
2.100 0 0 0
VTWBAM2 (V) WBA2 WBA1 WBA0
4.500 1 1 1
4.157 1 1 0
3.814 1 0 1
3.471 1 0 0
3.129 0 1 1
2.786 0 1 0
2.443 0 0 1
2.100 0 0 0
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11.3 Subaddress byte for write
Table 11 Format for subaddress byte
Table 12 Description of subaddress byte
Table 13 Selection of data byte
Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
76543210
AIOF BOUT −−SAD3 SAD2 SAD1 SAD0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 AIOF Auto-increment control. This bit controls the auto-increment function. If AIOF = 0, then
the auto-increment is on. If AIOF = 1, then auto-increment is off.
6 BOUT I2C-bus output control. This bit enables/disables the I2C-bus output SDAQ and SCLQ
to the TEA6840H. If BOUT = 0, then the I2C-bus output is disabled. If BOUT = 1, then
the I2C-bus output is enabled.
5These 2 bits are not used; both must be set to logic 0.
4
3 SAD3 Data byte select. These 4 bits select which data byte is to be addressed; see Table 13.
2 SAD2
1 SAD1
0 SAD0
ADDRESSED DATA BYTE MNEMONIC SAD3 SAD2 SAD1 SAD0
Alignment 0 ALGN0 0 0 0 0
Alignment 1 ALGN1 0 0 0 1
Alignment 2 ALGN2 0 0 1 0
Alignment 3 ALGN3 0 0 1 1
ASI time source selector SSEL 0 1 0 0
Bass control BASS 0 1 0 1
Treble control TRBL 0 1 1 0
Loudness control LOUD 0 1 1 1
Volume 1 VOLU1 1 0 0 0
Volume 2, left front VOL2_LF 1 0 0 1
Volume 2, right front VOL2_RF 1 0 1 0
Volume 2, left rear VOL2_LR 1 0 1 1
Volume 2, right rear VOL2_RR 1 1 0 0
Not used(1) 1101
Not used(1) 1110
Not used(1) 1111
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Table 14 Format of data byte Alignment 0 (ALGN0)
Table 15 Description of ALGN0 bits
Table 16 Setting of AM/FM mode
Note
1. MPX input (MPXIN) and AM input (AMHIN) muted, stereo decoder in mono mode and de-emphasis terminals
(DEEML and DEEMR) are audio signal inputs.
Table 17 Setting of start of muting (αMUTE = 6 dB)
76543210
AMON AMST SEAR SMUT MMUT MONO MST1 MST0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 AMON AM/FM mode selection. These 2 bits select the AM/FM mode and source; see
Table 16.
6 AMST
5 SEAR Search mode selection. If SEAR = 0, then mute and SNC detectors normal. If
SEAR = 1, then mute and SNC detectors fast.
4 SMUT Soft mute enable. If SMUT = 0, then soft mute off. If SMUT = 1, then soft mute
enabled.
3 MMUT Muting of MPX output. If MMUT = 0, then MPX output not muted. If MMUT = 1, then
MPX output muted.
2 MONO Stereo decoder mode selection. If MONO = 0, then Stereo mode selected. If
MONO = 1, then Mono mode selected.
1 MST1 Start of muting. These 2 bits determine the value of VTMUTE; see Table 17 and Fig.4.
0 MST0
SELECTED MODE AMON AMST
AM stereo mode, note 1 1 1
AM mode, active input AMHIN 1 0
Not allowed 0 1
FM mode, active input MPXIN 0 0
VTMUTE (V) MST1 MST0
2.45 1 1
2.30 1 0
2.15 0 1
2.00 0 0
m (2‘ m (4‘
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2.5 3.0 3.5
0
20
(2) (3)
αMUTE
(dB)
1.0 1.5 VTMUTE (V)
VTUSN1 (V)
2.0
10
MHB413
(4)
(1)
Fig.4 Soft mute attenuation as a function of VTMUTE and VTUSN1 input voltage (fixed slope).
Data byte ALGN0
CURVE MST1 MST0
(1) 0 0
(2) 0 1
(3) 1 0
(4) 1 1
Data byte ALGN2: MSL0 = 1, MSL1 = 1
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11.5 Write mode: subaddress 1H
Table 18 Format of data byte Alignment 1 (ALGN1)
Table 19 Description of ALGN1 bits
Table 20 Setting of ultrasonic noise sensitivity (VMPXRDS(AC) = 350 mV)
76543210
USS1 USS0 AWS1 AWS0 CHS3 CHS2 CHS1 CHS0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 USS1 Ultrasonic noise sensitivity. These 2 bits determine the ultrasonic noise sensitivity
levels; see Table 20 and Fig.5.
6 USS0
5 AWS1 AM wideband sensitivity. These 2 bits determine the AM wideband sensitivity levels;
see Table 21 and Fig.6.
4 AWS0
3 CHS3 Channel separation alignment. These 4 bits select the channel separation alignment;
see Table 22.
2 CHS2
1 CHS1
0 CHS0
SLOPE (V/V) USS1 USS0
2.1 1 1
2.9 1 0
4.4 0 1
6.8 0 0
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1.0 1.2 1.4
6
00 0.2
(2)
(3)
VTUSN2
VTUSN1
VTSNC
(V)
0.4 0.6 VMPXRDS (80kHz) (V)
0.8
1
2
3
4
5
MHB411
(4)
(1)
Fig.5 Ultrasonic noise peak and average detector output voltage as a function of MPX signal input, and stereo
noise control peak detector output voltage as a function of MPX signal input.
Data byte ALGN1
CURVE USS1 USS0
(1) 1 1
(2) 1 0
(3) 0 1
(4) 0 0
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Table 21 Setting of AM wideband sensitivity (VLEVEL(AC) = 400 mV)
SLOPE (V/V) AWS1 AWS0
2.2 1 1
3.3 1 0
4.9 0 1
6.5 0 0
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1000
6
00 200
(1)
(2)
(3)
VTWBAM2
VTWBAM1
VTSNC
(V)
400 600
VLEVELAC(24kHz)p-p (mV)
800
1
2
3
4
5
MHB410
(4)
Fig.6 AM wideband peak and average detector output voltage as a function of level AC signal input, and stereo
noise control peak detector output voltage as a function of level AC signal input.
Data byte ALGN1
CURVE AWS1 AWS0
(1) 1 1
(2) 1 0
(3) 0 1
(4) 0 0
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Table 22 Setting of channel separation alignment
Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
11.6 Write mode: subaddress 2H
Table 23 Format of data byte Alignment 2 (ALGN2)
Table 24 Description of ALGN2 bits
CHANNEL SEPARATION ALIGNMENT CHS3 CHS2 CHS1 CHS0
Not used(1) 1111
Not used(1) 1110
Not used(1) 1101
Not used(1) 1100
Not used(1) 1011
Not used(1) 1010
Setting 9, minimum gain of side signal 1 0 0 1
Setting 8 1 0 0 0
Setting 7 0 1 1 1
Setting 6 0 1 1 0
Setting 5 0 1 0 1
Setting 4 0 1 0 0
Setting 3 0 0 1 1
Setting 2 0 0 1 0
Setting 1 0 0 0 1
Setting 0, maximum gain of side signal 0 0 0 0
76543210
MSL1 MSL0 SSL1 SSL0 SST3 SST2 SST1 SST0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 MSL1 Soft mute slope alignment. These 2 bits determine the value of VTMUTE(DC);
see Table 25 and Fig.7.
6 MSL0
5 SSL1 Stereo noise control slope alignment. These 2 bits determine the value of αcs;
see Table 26 and Fig.8.
4 SSL0
3 SST3 Stereo noise control start alignment. These 4 bits determine the stereo noise control
start alignment; see Table 27 and Fig.9.
2 SST2
1 SST1
0 SST0
(4‘ / I (3‘ /
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Table 25 Setting of soft mute slope alignment
VTMUTE(DC) MSL1 MSL0
0.395VTUSN1 without AC 1 1
0.390VTUSN1 without AC 1 0
0.380VTUSN1 without AC 0 1
0.350VTUSN1 without AC 0 0
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0
40
(2)
(3)
αMUTE
(dB)
1.0 1.5 VTUSN1 (V)
VTMUTE (V)
2.0
30
20
10
MHB412
(4)
(1)
Fig.7 Soft mute attenuation as a function of input voltages VTUSN1 and VTMUTE (fixed start).
Data byte ALGN2
CURVE MSL1 MSL0
(1) 0 0
(2) 0 1
(3) 1 0
(4) 1 1
Data byte ALGN0: MST0 = 0, MST1 = 0
m ‘2) (3‘
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Table 26 Setting of stereo noise control slope alignment (VTSNC = 0.72VTUSN1 without AC)
αcs (dB) SSL1 SSL0
Not defined 1 1
13 1 0
701
500
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50
0
(2) (3)
αcs
(dB)
2.5 VTSNC (V)
3.0
10
20
30
40
MHB414
(1)
Fig.8 Channel separation as a function of voltage at pins TSNC, TWBAM1 and TUSN1 (fixed start).
Data byte ALGN2
CURVE SSL0 SSL1
(1) 0 1
(2) 1 0
(3) 0 0
Data byte ALGN2: SST = 1000
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Table 27 Setting of stereo noise control start alignment (αcs = 6 dB)
START ALIGNMENT SST3 SST2 SST1 SST0
VTSNC = 0.63VTUSN1 without AC 1111
VTSNC 1110
VTSNC 1101
VTSNC 1100
VTSNC 1011
VTSNC 1010
VTSNC 1001
VTSNC = 0.70VTUSN1 without AC 1000
VTSNC 0111
VTSNC 0110
VTSNC 0101
VTSNC 0100
VTSNC 0011
VTSNC 0010
VTSNC 0001
VTSNC = 0.74VTUSN1 without AC 0000
m (21 (3‘
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3.5 4.0 4.5
50
0
(2) (3)
2.5 VTSNC (V)
3.0
10
20
30
40
MHB415
(1)
αcs
(dB)
Fig.9 Channel separation as a function of voltage at pins TSNC, TWBAM1 and TUSN1 (fixed slope).
Data byte ALGN2
CURVE SST3 SST2 SST1 SST0
(1)0000
(2)1000
(3)1111
Data byte ALGN2: SSL1 = 0, SSL0 = 1
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11.7 Write mode: subaddress 3H
Table 28 Format of data byte Alignment 3 (ALGN3)
Table 29 Description of ALGN3 bits
Table 30 Setting of noise blanker sensitivity
Table 31 Setting of alignment for start of high cut control (α10kHz = 3 dB)
76543210
NBS1 NBS0 DE75 HCCS HST1 HST0 HSL1 HSL0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 NBS1 Noise blanker sensitivity. These 2 bits determine the noise blanker sensitivity levels;
see Table 30.
6 NBS0
5 DE75 De-emphasis. If DE75 = 1, then de-emphasis is 75 µs. If DE75 = 0, then de-emphasis
is 50 µs.
4 HCCS HCC control switch. With static roll-off: HCCS = 1, CFMLBUF =C
FMRBUF = 2.7 nF.
Without static roll-off: HCCS = 0, CFMLBUF =C
FMRBUF = 680 pF.
3 HST1 HCC start alignment. These 2 bits determine the alignment for the start of high cut
control; see Table 31 and Fig.10.
2 HST0
1 HSL1 HCC slope alignment. These 2 bits determine the alignment for the slope of high cut
control; see Table 32 and Fig.11.
0 HSL0
Vpulse(p)(MPX) (mV) Vpulse(p)(level) (mV) NBS1 NBS0
12 110 1 1
24 120 1 0
60 150 0 1
120 200 0 0
VLEVEL(DC) (V) HST1 HST0
1.30 1 1
1.45 1 0
1.90 0 1
2.10 0 0
m / \2} / \3}
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0
12 1 4
4
6
8
10
2
3VTMUTE (V)
2
(1) (2) (3) (4)
MHB417
α10kHz
(dB)
Fig.10 High cut control as a function of VTMUTE (fixed slope).
Data byte ALGN3
CURVE HST1 HST0
(1) 1 1
(2) 1 0
(3) 0 1
(4) 0 0
Data byte ALGN3: HSL1 = 1, HSL0 = 0
,42‘ w m /
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Table 32 Setting of alignment for slope of high cut control (VTMUTE = 2.4 V)
α10kHz (dB) HSL1 HSL0
7.5 1 1
6.0 1 0
4.0 0 1
3.0 0 0
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12 1 4
4
6
8
10
2
3VTMUTE (V)
2
(1) (2) (3) (4)
MHB416
α10kHz
(dB)
Fig.11 High cut control as a function of VTMUTE (fixed start).
Data byte ALGN3
CURVE HSL1 HSL0
(1) 0 0
(2) 0 1
(3) 1 0
(4) 1 1
Data byte ALGN3: HST1 = 1, HST0 = 1
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11.8 Write mode: subaddress 4H
Table 33 Format of data byte Source Selector (SSEL)
Table 34 Description of SSEL bits
Table 35 ASI/ABC speed selection (CASICAP = 15 nF)
Table 36 Selected source for rear outputs
Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
76543210
ASI1 ASI0 RSA2 RSA1 RSA0 MSS2 MSS1 MSS0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 ASI1 ASI/ABC speed selection. These 2 bits select the ASI/ABC speed (time per step);
see Table 35.
6 ASI0
5 RSA2 Rear seat audio selector. These 3 bits select the source for the rear outputs;
see Table 36.
4 RSA1
3 RSA0
2 MSS2 Main source selector. These 3 bits select the source for the main control part;
see Table 37.
1 MSS1
0 MSS0
ASI/ABC SPEED (ms) ASI1 ASI0
20 1 1
8.33 1 0
3.33 0 1
0.83 0 0
SELECTED SOURCE RSA2 RSA1 RSA0
Internal, main channel(1) 111
Internal, main channel(1) 110
Internal, main channel(1) 101
Internal, main channel 1 0 0
AM/FM (internal) 0 1 1
Input A (stereo) 0 1 0
Input B (stereo) 0 0 1
Input C (stereo, symmetrical) 0 0 0
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Table 37 Selected source for main control part
Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
11.9 Write mode: subaddress 5H
Table 38 Format of data byte Bass control (BASS)
Table 39 Description of BASS bits
SELECTED SOURCE MSS2 MSS1 MSS0
Chime input(1) 111
Chime input(1) 110
Chime input 1 0 1
Input D (mono,
symmetrical)
100
AM/FM (internal) 0 1 1
Input A (stereo) 0 1 0
Input B (stereo) 0 0 1
Input C (stereo,
symmetrical)
000
76543210
BSYC BSYB BAS4 BAS3 BAS2 BAS1 BAS0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 BSYC Bass filter mode for cut. If BSYC = 0, then shelving characteristic selected.
If BSYC = 1, then band-pass filter characteristic selected.
6This bit is not used and must be set to logic 0.
5 BSYB Bass filter mode for boost. If BSYB = 0, then shelving characteristic selected.
If BSYB = 1, then band-pass filter characteristic selected.
4 BAS4 Bass control. These 5 bits determine the bass control level; see Table 40.
3 BAS3
2 BAS2
1 BAS1
0 BAS0
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Table 40 Setting of bass control level
Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
BASS CONTROL (dB) BAS4 BAS3 BAS2 BAS1 BAS0
+18(1) 11111
+18(1) 11110
+18(1) 11101
+18(1) 11100
+18(1) 11011
+18 11010
+16 11001
+14 11000
+12 10111
+10 10110
+8 10101
+6 10100
+4 10011
+2 10010
+0 10001
0 10000
2 (1.8) 01111
4 (3.6) 01110
6 (5.4) 01101
8 (7.1) 01100
10 (8.7) 01011
12 (10.3) 01010
14 (11.7) 01001
16 (13.1) 01000
18 (14.4) 00111
18 (14.4)(1) 00110
18 (14.4)(1) 00101
18 (14.4)(1) 00100
18 (14.4)(1) 00011
18 (14.4)(1) 00010
18 (14.4)(1) 00001
18 (14.4)(1) 00000
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11.10 Write mode: subaddress 6H
Table 41 Format of data byte Treble control (TRBL)
Table 42 Description of TRBL bits
Table 43 Setting of treble control level
76543210
HSTM −−−TRE3 TRE2 TRE1 TRE0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 HSTM Test mode muting average and SNC peak detector. If HSTM = 0, then normal
operation. If HSTM = 1, then increased detector currents.
6These 3 bits are not used; each must be set to logic 0.
5
4
3 TRE3 Treble control. These 4 bits determine the treble control level; see Table 43.
2 TRE2
1 TRE1
0 TRE0
TREBLE CONTROL (dB) TRE3 TRE2 TRE1 TRE0
+14 1111
+12 1110
+10 1101
+8 1100
+6 1011
+4 1010
+2 1001
+0 1000
0 0111
2 0110
4 0101
6 0100
8 0011
10 0010
12 0001
14 0000
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11.11 Write mode: subaddress 7H
Table 44 Format of data byte Loudness control (LOUD)
Table 45 Description of LOUD bits
Table 46 Attenuation of loudness block
76543210
LOFF −−LSN4 LSN3 LSN2 LSN1 LSN0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 LOFF Loudness switch control. If LOFF = 0, then the loudness switch is on. If LOFF = 1,
then loudness switch is off.
6These 2 bits are not used, each must be set to logic 0.
5
4 LSN4 Loudness control. These 5 bits determine the attenuation of the loudness block;
see Table 46.
3 LSN3
2 LSN2
1 LSN1
0 LSN0
ATTENUATION (dB) LSN4 LSN3 LSN2 LSN1 LSN0
0 11111
1 11110
2 11101
3 11100
4 11011
5 11010
6 11001
7 11000
8 10111
9 10110
10 10101
11 10100
12 10011
13 10010
14 10001
15 10000
16 01111
17 01110
18 01101
19 01100
20 01011
20(1) 01010
20(1) 01001
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Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
20(1) 01000
20(1) 00111
20(1) 00110
20(1) 00101
20(1) 00100
20(1) 00011
20(1) 00010
20(1) 00001
20(1) 00000
ATTENUATION (dB) LSN4 LSN3 LSN2 LSN1 LSN0
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11.12 Write mode: subaddress 8H
Table 47 Format of data byte Volume 1 control (VOLU1)
Table 48 Description of VOLU1 bits
Table 49 Attenuation of volume 1 block
76543210
AMUT VOL5 VOL4 VOL3 VOL2 VOL1 VOL0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 AMUT Audio mute switch. If AMUT = 0, then there is no audio mute. If AMUT = 1, then audio
mute on.
6This bit is not used and must be set to logic 0.
5 to 0 VOL[5:0] Volume 1 control. These 6 bits determine the attenuation of volume 1 block;
see Table 49.
ATTENUATION (dB) VOL5 VOL4 VOL3 VOL2 VOL1 VOL0
+20(1) 111111
+20(1) 111110
+20(1) 111101
+20 111100
+19 111011
+18 111010
+17 111001
+16 111000
+15 110111
+14 110110
+13 110101
+12 110100
+11 110011
+10 110010
+9 110001
+8 110000
+7 101111
+6 101110
+5 101101
+4 101100
+3 101011
+2 101010
+1 101001
0 101000
1 100111
2 100110
3 100101
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1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
4 100100
5 100011
6 100010
7 100001
8 100000
9 011111
10 011110
11 011101
12 011100
13 011011
14 011010
15 011001
16 011000
17 010111
18 010110
19 010101
20 010100
21 010011
22 010010
23 010001
24 010000
25 001111
26 001110
27 001101
28 001100
29 001011
30 001010
31 001001
32 001000
33 000111
34 000110
35 000101
36 000100
36(1) 000011
36(1) 000010
36(1) 000001
36(1) 000000
ATTENUATION (dB) VOL5 VOL4 VOL3 VOL2 VOL1 VOL0
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11.13 Write mode: subaddress 9H
Table 50 Format of data byte Volume 2, left front (VOL2_LF)
Table 51 Description of VOL2_LF bits
Table 52 Attenuation of volume 2 left front
76543210
CHML VLF5 VLF4 VLF3 VLF2 VLF1 VLF0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 CHML Chime adder left front select. If CHML = 1, then chime on. If CHML = 0, then
chime off.
6This bit is not used and must be set to logic 0.
5 to 0 VLF[5:0] Left front volume 2, balance and fader control. These 6 bits determine the
attenuation of volume 2 left front; see Table 52.
ATTENUATION (dB) VLF5 VLF4 VLF3 VLF2 VLF1 VLF0
0 111111
1 111110
2 111101
3 111100
4 111011
5 111010
6 111001
7 111000
8 110111
9 110110
10 110101
11 110100
12 110011
13 110010
14 110001
15 110000
16 101111
17 101110
18 101101
19 101100
20 101011
21 101010
22 101001
23 101000
24 100111
25 100110
26 100101
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1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
27 100100
28 100011
29 100010
30 100001
31 100000
32 011111
33 011110
34 011101
35 011100
36 011011
37 011010
38 011001
39 011000
40 010111
41 010110
42 010101
43 010100
44 010011
45 010010
46 010001
47 010000
48 001111
49 001110
50 001101
51 001100
52 001011
53 001010
54 001001
55 001000
56 000111
58.5 000110
62 000101
68 000100
Mute left front 000011
Mute left front(1) 000010
Mute left front(1) 000001
Mute left front(1) 000000
ATTENUATION (dB) VLF5 VLF4 VLF3 VLF2 VLF1 VLF0
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11.14 Write mode: subaddress AH
Table 53 Format of data byte Volume 2, right front (VOL2_RF)
Table 54 Description of VOL2_RF bits
Table 55 Attenuation of volume 2 right front
76543210
CHMR VRF5 VRF4 VRF3 VRF2 VRF1 VRF0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7 CHMR Chime adder right front select. If CHMR = 1, then chime on. If CHMR = 0, then chime
off.
6This bit is not used and must be set to logic 0.
5 to 0 VRF[5:0] Right front volume 2, balance and fader control. These 6 bits determine the
attenuation of volume 2 right front; see Table 55.
ATTENUATION (dB) VRF5 VRF4 VRF3 VRF2 VRF1 VRF0
0 111111
1 111110
2 111101
3 111100
4 111011
5 111010
6 111001
7 111000
8 110111
9 110110
10 110101
11 110100
12 110011
13 110010
14 110001
15 110000
16 101111
17 101110
18 101101
19 101100
20 101011
21 101010
22 101001
23 101000
24 100111
25 100110
26 100101
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Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
27 100100
28 100011
29 100010
30 100001
31 100000
32 011111
33 011110
34 011101
35 011100
36 011011
37 011010
38 011001
39 011000
40 010111
41 010110
42 010101
43 010100
44 010011
45 010010
46 010001
47 010000
48 001111
49 001110
50 001101
51 001100
52 001011
53 001010
54 001001
55 001000
56 000111
58.5 000110
62 000101
68 000100
Mute right front 000011
Mute right front(1) 000010
Mute right front(1) 000001
Mute right front(1) 000000
ATTENUATION (dB) VRF5 VRF4 VRF3 VRF2 VRF1 VRF0
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11.15 Write mode: subaddress BH
Table 56 Format of data byte Volume 2, left rear (VOL2_LR)
Table 57 Description of VOL2_LR bits
Table 58 Attenuation of volume 2 left rear
76543210
−−VLR5 VLR4 VLR3 VLR2 VLR1 VLR0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7These 2 bits are not used, each must be set to logic 0.
6
5 to 0 VLR[5:0] Left rear volume 2, balance and fader control. These 6 bits determine the attenuation
of volume 2 left rear; see Table 58.
ATTENUATION (dB) VLR5 VLR4 VLR3 VLR2 VLR1 VLR0
0 111111
1 111110
2 111101
3 111100
4 111011
5 111010
6 111001
7 111000
8 110111
9 110110
10 110101
11 110100
12 110011
13 110010
14 110001
15 110000
16 101111
17 101110
18 101101
19 101100
20 101011
21 101010
22 101001
23 101000
24 100111
25 100110
26 100101
27 100100
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Note
1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
28 100011
29 100010
30 100001
31 100000
32 011111
33 011110
34 011101
35 011100
36 011011
37 011010
38 011001
39 011000
40 010111
41 010110
42 010101
43 010100
44 010011
45 010010
46 010001
47 010000
48 001111
49 001110
50 001101
51 001100
52 001011
53 001010
54 001001
55 001000
56 000111
58.5 000110
62 000101
68 000100
Mute left rear 000011
Mute left rear(1) 000010
Mute left rear(1) 000001
Mute left rear(1) 000000
ATTENUATION (dB) VLR5 VLR4 VLR3 VLR2 VLR1 VLR0
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11.16 Write mode: subaddress CH
Table 59 Format of data byte Volume 2, right rear (VOL2_RR)
Table 60 Description of VOL2_RR bits
Table 61 Attenuation of volume 2 right rear
76543210
−−VRR5 VRR4 VRR3 VRR2 VRR1 VRR0
BIT SYMBOL DESCRIPTION
7These 2 bits are not used, each must be set to logic 0.
6
5 to 0 VRR[5:0] Right rear volume 2, balance and fader control. These 6 bits determine the
attenuation of volume 2 right rear, see Table 61.
ATTENUATION (dB) VRR5 VRR4 VRR3 VRR2 VRR1 VRR0
0 111111
1 111110
2 111101
3 111100
4 111011
5 111010
6 111001
7 111000
8 110111
9 110110
10 110101
11 110100
12 110011
13 110010
14 110001
15 110000
16 101111
17 101110
18 101101
19 101100
20 101011
21 101010
22 101001
23 101000
24 100111
25 100110
26 100101
27 100100
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1. Not tested; function not guaranteed.
28 100011
29 100010
30 100001
31 100000
32 011111
33 011110
34 011101
35 011100
36 011011
37 011010
38 011001
39 011000
40 010111
41 010110
42 010101
43 010100
44 010011
45 010010
46 010001
47 010000
48 001111
49 001110
50 001101
51 001100
52 001011
53 001010
54 001001
55 001000
56 000111
58.5 000110
62 000101
68 000100
Mute right rear 000011
Mute right rear(1) 000010
Mute right rear(1) 000001
Mute right rear(1) 000000
ATTENUATION (dB) VRR5 VRR4 VRR3 VRR2 VRR1 VRR0
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5
6
101 4VLEVEL (V)
4
3
2
5
3
VTMUTE
(V)
2
MHB409
Fig.12 Muting average detector (TMUTE) dependency on level (LEVEL) and stereo noise control peak detector
(TSNC) dependency on level (LEVEL).
43v
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13
12
LLN
OP1LOPI
CKVL
220 nF Ri
100 k
R2
5.1 k
C3
100 nF
Rloudness
45 k
Vref
MHB873
Fig.13 External circuit for loudness with bass boost only.
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30
0
25
20
5
10
15
MHB420
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104105
Fig.14 Loudness with bass boost only without influence of coupling capacitors CKVL and CKVR.
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13
12
LLN
OP1
LOPI
CKVL
220 nF Ri
100 k
R2
4.7 k
68 nF
Rloudness
45 k
Vref
C3
680 pF
C2
43 k
R1
MHB874
Fig.15 External circuit for loudness with bass and treble boost.
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30
0
25
20
5
10
15
MHB421
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104105
Fig.16 Loudness with bass and treble boost without influence of coupling capacitors CKVL and CKVR.
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0
5
10
15
20
20
5
10
15
MHB422
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104
Fig.17 Bass curve with 2 ×220 nF and R = 3.3 k external, BSYB = 1 for gain and BSYC = 0 for cut.
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0
5
10
15
20
20
5
10
15
MHB423
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104
Fig.18 Bass curve with 2 ×220 nF and R = 3.3 k external, BSYB = 1 and BSYC = 1.
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0
5
10
15
20
20
5
10
15
MHB424
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104
Fig.19 Bass curve with 1 ×47 nF external, between RBI and RBO, BSYB = 0 and BSYC = 0.
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0
5
10
15
20
20
5
10
15
MHB425
10 frequency (Hz)
gain
(dB)
102103104105
Fig.20 Treble control characteristic.
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12 INTERNAL CIRCUITRY
Table 62 Equivalent pin circuits
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
1 n.c.
2 n.c.
3 SCLQ
4 LEVEL
5 SCL
6SDA
7 DGND
8 TBL
9V
CC
3
MHB820
4
MHB821
5
MHB378
6
MHB822
8
MHB823
We
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10 CHIME
11 AGND
12 LLN
13 LOPI
14 LOPO
15 BRI
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
10
MHB824
12
MHB825
13
MHB826
14
MHB827
15
MHB828
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16 ADR
17 BLI
18 SCAP
19 CRIP
20 n.c.
21 n.c.
22 n.c.
23 CCOM
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
16
MHB82
9
17
MHB830
18
MHB831
19
MHB354
23
MHB832
r2
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24 CLIP
25 MONOC
26 MONOP
27 VHS
28 ARI
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
24
MHB358
25
MHB833
26
MHB359
27
MHB834
28
MHB360
2e 30
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29 AMNCAP
30 ALI
31 ROPO
32 ROPI
33 RLN
34 RTC
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
29
MHB835
30
MHB836
31
MHB837
32
MHB838
33
MHB839
34
MHB840
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35 RBI
36 RBO
37 RF
38 n.c.
39 n.c.
40 n.c.
41 n.c.
42 n.c.
43 RR
44 ASICAP
45 LR
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
36
35
MHB841
37
MHB370
43
MHB842
44
MHB843
45
MHB844
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46 LF
47 LBO
48 LBI
49 LTC
50 AMPCAP
51 AMHOLD
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
46
MHB845
47
48
MHB846
49
MHB847
50
MHB84
8
51
MHB849
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52 AMHCAP
53 IREF
54 TWBAM2
55 TUSN2
56 PHASE
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
52
MHB850
53
MHB851
54
MHB852
55
MHB853
56
MHB854
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57 FREF
58 PILOT
59 AFSAMPLE
60 n.c.
61 n.c.
62 n.c.
63 FMHOLD
64 AMHIN
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
57
MHB855
58
MHB856
59
MHB857
63
MHB858
64
MHB859
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65 AMNBIN
66 TMUTE
67 MPXRDS
68 TSNC
69 MPXIN
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
65
MHB86
0
66
MHB861
67
MHB862
68
MHB863
69
MHB864
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70 FMNCAP
71 DEEML
72 DEEMR
73 FMLBUF
74 FMRBUF
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
70
MHB865
71
MHB866
72
MHB867
73
MHB868
74
MHB869
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75 TWBAM1
76 TUSN1
77 SDAQ
78 n.c.
79 n.c.
80 n.c.
PIN SYMBOL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
75
MHB870
76
MHB871
77
MHB872
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13 TEST CIRCUIT
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73
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69
68
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220 nF
220 nF 3.3 k
68 nF
680 pF
220 nF
4.7 k
43 k
10 nF
100 nF
100 nF
100 nF
47 µF
22 µF
100 nF
100 nF
1 µF
1 µF
330
pF 10
nF
15
nF
22
nF
22
µF
220
nF
220
nF
3.3
k
22
µF
47
µF
330 µH
100
nF
82 k
100 k
3.3 nF
10 nF
10 µF
1 µF
3.3 nF
2.7 nF
4.7 nF
2.7 nF
10 nF
10 nF
22
µF22
µF
100 nF
100 nF
100 nF
1 µF
100
nF
100
nF
100
nF
10
nF
220 nF
4.7 nF
33 pF
220 k
10 nF
470
k
100
nF
100
k
100
nF
6.8
nF
6.8
nF
68
k
10
nF
100
nF
fref
680
pF
68
nF
220
nF
4.7 k
43 k
10 k
10 k
100
nF
SDA
5 V
GND
SCL
8.5 V
GND
5 V
SDA
to NICE
5 V
GND
SCL
SDAQ
TUSN1
TWBAM1
MPXIN
TSNC
MPXRDS
TMUTE
AMNBIN
AMHIN
FMHOLD
coaxial connector (SMC)
test pin and STOCKO connector
jumper
AFSAMPLE TUSN2 TWBAM2 AMHOLD
CCOM
CLIP
MONOC
MONOP
ARI
ALI
ROPO
ROPI
RF
CHIMESDASCLLEVELSCLQ AGND
DGND
LOPI
LOPO BRI BLI
CRIP
LF LR
ASICAP
RR
Fig.21 Test circuit.
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14 PACKAGE OUTLINE
UNIT A
max. A1A2A3bpcE
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REFERENCES
OUTLINE
VERSION EUROPEAN
PROJECTION ISSUE DATE
IEC JEDEC EIAJ
mm 1.6 0.16
0.04 1.5
1.3 0.25 0.27
0.13 0.18
0.12 12.1
11.9 0.5 14.15
13.85 1.45
1.05 7
0
o
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0.15 0.10.21.0
DIMENSIONS (mm are the original dimensions)
Note
1. Plastic or metal protrusions of 0.25 mm maximum per side are not included.
0.75
0.30
SOT315-1 136E15 MS-026 99-12-27
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scale
LQFP80: plastic low profile quad flat package; 80 leads; body 12 x 12 x 1.4 mm SOT315-1
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15 SOLDERING
15.1 Introduction to soldering surface mount
packages
This text gives a very brief insight to a complex technology.
A more in-depth account of soldering ICs can be found in
our
“Data Handbook IC26; Integrated Circuit Packages”
(document order number 9398 652 90011).
There is no soldering method that is ideal for all surface
mount IC packages. Wave soldering can still be used for
certain surface mount ICs, but it is not suitable for fine pitch
SMDs. In these situations reflow soldering is
recommended.
15.2 Reflow soldering
Reflow soldering requires solder paste (a suspension of
fine solder particles, flux and binding agent) to be applied
to the printed-circuit board by screen printing, stencilling or
pressure-syringe dispensing before package placement.
Several methods exist for reflowing; for example,
convection or convection/infrared heating in a conveyor
type oven. Throughput times (preheating, soldering and
cooling) vary between 100 and 200 seconds depending
on heating method.
Typical reflow peak temperatures range from
215 to 250 °C. The top-surface temperature of the
packages should preferable be kept below 220 °C for
thick/large packages, and below 235 °C for small/thin
packages.
15.3 Wave soldering
Conventional single wave soldering is not recommended
for surface mount devices (SMDs) or printed-circuit boards
with a high component density, as solder bridging and
non-wetting can present major problems.
To overcome these problems the double-wave soldering
method was specifically developed.
If wave soldering is used the following conditions must be
observed for optimal results:
Use a double-wave soldering method comprising a
turbulent wave with high upward pressure followed by a
smooth laminar wave.
For packages with leads on two sides and a pitch (e):
larger than or equal to 1.27 mm, the footprint
longitudinal axis is preferred to be parallel to the
transport direction of the printed-circuit board;
smaller than 1.27 mm, the footprint longitudinal axis
must be parallel to the transport direction of the
printed-circuit board.
The footprint must incorporate solder thieves at the
downstream end.
For packages with leads on four sides, the footprint must
be placed at a 45°angle to the transport direction of the
printed-circuit board. The footprint must incorporate
solder thieves downstream and at the side corners.
During placement and before soldering, the package must
be fixed with a droplet of adhesive. The adhesive can be
applied by screen printing, pin transfer or syringe
dispensing. The package can be soldered after the
adhesive is cured.
Typical dwell time is 4 seconds at 250 °C.
A mildly-activated flux will eliminate the need for removal
of corrosive residues in most applications.
15.4 Manual soldering
Fix the component by first soldering two
diagonally-opposite end leads. Use a low voltage (24 V or
less) soldering iron applied to the flat part of the lead.
Contact time must be limited to 10 seconds at up to
300 °C.
When using a dedicated tool, all other leads can be
soldered in one operation within 2 to 5 seconds between
270 and 320 °C.
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15.5 Suitability of surface mount IC packages for wave and reflow soldering methods
Notes
1. For more detailed information on the BGA packages refer to the
“(LF)BGA Application Note
” (AN01026); order a copy
from your Philips Semiconductors sales office.
2. All surface mount (SMD) packages are moisture sensitive. Depending upon the moisture content, the maximum
temperature (with respect to time) and body size of the package, there is a risk that internal or external package
cracks may occur due to vaporization of the moisture in them (the so called popcorn effect). For details, refer to the
Drypack information in the
“Data Handbook IC26; Integrated Circuit Packages; Section: Packing Methods”
.
3. These packages are not suitable for wave soldering. On versions with the heatsink on the bottom side, the solder
cannot penetrate between the printed-circuit board and the heatsink. On versions with the heatsink on the top side,
the solder might be deposited on the heatsink surface.
4. If wave soldering is considered, then the package must be placed at a 45° angle to the solder wave direction.
The package footprint must incorporate solder thieves downstream and at the side corners.
5. Wave soldering is suitable for LQFP, TQFP and QFP packages with a pitch (e) larger than 0.8 mm; it is definitely not
suitable for packages with a pitch (e) equal to or smaller than 0.65 mm.
6. Wave soldering is suitable for SSOP and TSSOP packages with a pitch (e) equal to or larger than 0.65 mm; it is
definitely not suitable for packages with a pitch (e) equal to or smaller than 0.5 mm.
PACKAGE(1) SOLDERING METHOD
WAVE REFLOW(2)
BGA, LBGA, LFBGA, SQFP, TFBGA, VFBGA not suitable suitable
DHVQFN, HBCC, HBGA, HLQFP, HSQFP, HSOP, HTQFP,
HTSSOP, HVQFN, HVSON, SMS
not suitable(3) suitable
PLCC(4), SO, SOJ suitable suitable
LQFP, QFP, TQFP not recommended(4)(5) suitable
SSOP, TSSOP, VSO not recommended(6) suitable
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16 DATA SHEET STATUS
Notes
1. Please consult the most recently issued data sheet before initiating or completing a design.
2. The product status of the device(s) described in this data sheet may have changed since this data sheet was
published. The latest information is available on the Internet at URL http://www.semiconductors.philips.com.
3. For data sheets describing multiple type numbers, the highest-level product status determines the data sheet status.
LEVEL DATA SHEET
STATUS(1) PRODUCT
STATUS(2)(3) DEFINITION
I Objective data Development This data sheet contains data from the objective specification for product
development. Philips Semiconductors reserves the right to change the
specification in any manner without notice.
II Preliminary data Qualification This data sheet contains data from the preliminary specification.
Supplementary data will be published at a later date. Philips
Semiconductors reserves the right to change the specification without
notice, in order to improve the design and supply the best possible
product.
III Product data Production This data sheet contains data from the product specification. Philips
Semiconductors reserves the right to make changes at any time in order
to improve the design, manufacturing and supply. Relevant changes will
be communicated via a Customer Product/Process Change Notification
(CPCN).
17 DEFINITIONS
Short-form specification The data in a short-form
specification is extracted from a full data sheet with the
same type number and title. For detailed information see
the relevant data sheet or data handbook.
Limiting values definition Limiting values given are in
accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System
(IEC 60134). Stress above one or more of the limiting
values may cause permanent damage to the device.
These are stress ratings only and operation of the device
at these or at any other conditions above those given in the
Characteristics sections of the specification is not implied.
Exposure to limiting values for extended periods may
affect device reliability.
Application information Applications that are
described herein for any of these products are for
illustrative purposes only. Philips Semiconductors make
no representation or warranty that such applications will be
suitable for the specified use without further testing or
modification.
18 DISCLAIMERS
Life support applications These products are not
designed for use in life support appliances, devices, or
systems where malfunction of these products can
reasonably be expected to result in personal injury. Philips
Semiconductors customers using or selling these products
for use in such applications do so at their own risk and
agree to fully indemnify Philips Semiconductors for any
damages resulting from such application.
Right to make changes Philips Semiconductors
reserves the right to make changes in the products -
including circuits, standard cells, and/or software -
described or contained herein in order to improve design
and/or performance. When the product is in full production
(status ‘Production’), relevant changes will be
communicated via a Customer Product/Process Change
Notification (CPCN). Philips Semiconductors assumes no
responsibility or liability for the use of any of these
products, conveys no licence or title under any patent,
copyright, or mask work right to these products, and
makes no representations or warranties that these
products are free from patent, copyright, or mask work
right infringement, unless otherwise specified.
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19 PURCHASE OF PHILIPS I2C COMPONENTS
Purchase of Philips I2C components conveys a license under the Philips’ I2C patent to use the
components in the I2C system provided the system conforms to the I2C specification defined by
Philips. This specification can be ordered using the code 9398 393 40011.
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