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1 Back to Firewire Devices 1394 Products Overview

2 Back to Firewire Devices TSB43AB2xx Integrated 1394a OHCI 1.1 Devices Fully compliant with IEEE Std 1394-1995 and IEEE Std 1394a-2000 Provides transmit and receive data at 100M bits/s, 200M bits/s, and 400M bits/s 1.8-V core logic with universal PCI interfaces compatible with 3.3-V and 5-V PCI signaling environments Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all peripheral classes Compliance across most PCI–based systems Desktop Computers Notebook Computers Embedded Systems 1 ku SRP: TSB43AB21A = $4.35 TSB43AB22A = $4.55 TSB43AB23 = $4.90 More Information

3 Back to Firewire Devices XIO2200 x1 PCI–Express 1394A 2–Port OHCI Link Layer Integrated 2–port 1394a PHY OHCI 1.1 Compliant Internal dedicated PCI bus operates at 32- bit, 66 MHz with support for 1 Extended Virtual Channel for Isochronous traffic Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all peripheral classes Higher performance for real–time data applications Desktop Computers Notebook Computers ExpressCard More Information All PCI Express Product Information is Preliminary and Subject to Change 1 ku SRP = $18.00 Samples = Now Production = 3Q05

4 Back to Firewire Devices TSB82AA2 1394B s800 OHCI Link Layer Serial bus data rates of 100, 200, 400, and 800 Mbps Compliant with Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) 1.1+ requirements 33-MHz/64-bit and 33-MHz/32-bit selectable PCI 2.3-compliant interface Only fully compliant s800 1394b OHCI Link available Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all peripheral classes Compliance across most PCI–based systems Desktop Computers Notebook Computers Embedded Systems 1 ku SRP = $7.80 More Information

5 Back to Firewire Devices TSB41ABx 1394A Cable PHY Devices Fully Supports Provisions of IEEE 1394- 1995 Standard for High Performance Serial Bus and IEEE 1394a-2000 Fully Interoperable With FireWire and i.LINK Implementation of IEEE Std 1394 Provides Transmit, Receive Data at 100/200/400 Mbits/s, and Link-Layer Controller Clock at 49.152 MHz Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all Link Layer Controllers featuring standard PHY-LINK Interface Storage devices Consumer Electronics 1 ku SRP: TSB41AB1 = $1.50 TSB41AB2 = $1.85 TSB41AB3 = $3.00 More Information

6 Back to Firewire Devices TSB81BA3 Only fully compliant s800 1394b cable phy available! Compliant with IEEE 1394b-2002, IEEE 1394a-2000 and 1394-1995 standards Backward-compatible, bilingual 1394b cable ports up to 800 Mbps 1394a-2000 cable ports at 100/200/400 Mbps Interoperable with link layer controllers using 3.3-V supplies and other 1394 PHYs using 1.8-V, 3.3-V, and 5-V supplies Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all Link Layer Controllers featuring standard PHY-LINK Interface Storage devices Consumer Electronics 1394B PC Ports 1 ku SRP = $7.80 More Information

7 Back to Firewire Devices TSB17BA1 & TSB41BA3A 1394B Long Haul CAT5 XVCR and Phy TSB17BA1 –Supports IEEE 1394b-2002 at S100b signaling rates –Drive 1394b signaling across CAT5 cable at 100 Mbps up to 100 meters TSB41BA3A –Three Bilingual cable ports up to 400 Mbps –1394a-2000 compliant cable ports at 100/200/400 Mbps Easy Plug and Play network over standard networking cables Interoperability across multiple platforms and peripherals Support for all Link Layer Controllers featuring standard PHY-LINK Interface Distributed Motor Control Industrial Sensor Control Home Networking 1 ku SRP: TSB17BA1 = $2.50 TSB41BA3A = $6.50 More Information

8 Back to Firewire Devices 1394a General–Purpose Link–Layers Notes: 1.Each of these 1394A Link Layer Controllers Seamlessly Connect to TIs 1394a and 1394b Physical Layer Devices. 2.There is an FPGA–based 1394B General Purpose Link Layer Controller available from Mindready (www.mindready.com) one of our Third Party Vendors. More Information

9 Back to Firewire Devices 1394a Consumer Electronic Devices More Information

10 Back to Firewire Devices Technology Overview www.ti.com/1394 www.ti.com/1394 1394b-2002 Advantages Faster: speeds from 800 Mbps to 3200 Mbps Longer distances: 100 meters with GOF and Cat5; 50 meters with POF TI 1394b is bi-lingual: communicates in 1394a and 1394b modes More cabling options: STP, Cat5, POF, GOF More efficient: BOSS arbitration More user-friendly: loop-free build allows any topology and redundancy General Description: The IEEE 1394 (FireWire) high-speed interconnection enables simple, low- cost, high-bandwidth real-time data connectivity between computers, peripherals and consumer electronics. Today, all major PC makers provide customers with the option of adding 1394 to both desktop and notebook PCs. 1394b is an extension of earlier 1394 technology that enables higher performance (up to 3.2 Gbps), longer distance (up to 100 meters) and a variety of cable media to fit any application (STP, UTP, POF, GOF). More Information

11 Back to Firewire Devices What is the Same as 1394a? Logical bus model Peer-to-peer operation User friendly Ease of Use – Plug and Play Transaction and addressing models Asynchronous and Isochronous operation models (QOS) Power management (with one new mode) Hybrid Bus Operation –A 1394b port may be implemented as: Data–strobe port (1394a–only) Beta–mode only port (1394b– only) A bilingual portAny mix of 1394 DS & beta ports allowed –Connector keying ensures that incompatible connections cannot physically be made What Same Means –Identical functionality above the LLC SW can mostly be used as-is –Change required for Self-ID / Speed detection or Bus optimization –Changes needed to use faster rates, larger packets, additional power management modes –LLCs may be used as-is Changes needed for faster rates, larger packets and more efficient arbitration –PHY Layers MUST change But may be made 1394a- compatible Should be Bilingual to connect with millions of existing 1394 devices in market today More Information

12 Back to Firewire Devices Better with 1394b 800Mbps available today 3200Mbps specified Parallel Link/PHY interface can be either: –1394a up to 8 data lines & 1 clock at 50MHz –1394b 8 data lines & 2 clocks at 100MHz Longer distance requires new media –Unshielded Twisted Pair CAT5 for S100 Just like 100BASE-T Ethernet –Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) or Hard Polymer Clad Fiber (HPCF) for S200(+?) S400 has been demonstrated –Multi-mode glass fiber (MMF) for higher speeds ReachS100S200S400S800S1600S3200 UTP5100m POF/ HPCF 100m only 50m for POF ( ) for new gener- ation POF MMF100m ( ) STP (Beta) 4.5m ( ) STP (DS) 4.5m More Information

13 Back to Firewire Devices Better with 1394b: Copper STP New connector needed for higher 1394b data rates –Designed for both CE and PC worlds Only slightly larger than existing 4-ckt connector Carries power to support PC peripherals Keying to ensure compatibility –Beta mode signaling is never used on a Legacy connector –Simplifies backwards compatibility Two PWB socket variants –Bi-lingual connector accepts bilingual plug or Beta plug –Beta connector only accepts Beta plug Bilingual And Beta Connector Plugs –9 pin Include power 2 extra pins for signal integrity One pin reserved for future use –Small size - mating interface 8mm x 5 mm 3 Cables, 4 Sockets –Legacy mode cables (prevents DS to Beta-only connection) Bilingual to 6-ckt DS (carries power) Bilingual to 4-ckt DS (no power) –Beta mode cable (also used for bilingual to Beta) More Information

14 Back to Firewire Devices Better with 1394b: More Efficient Asynchronous Performance, taken with TI TSB82AA2 LLC + TI TSB81BA3 + Unibrain SW stack & test application More Information

15 Back to Firewire Devices Implications of Better Data throughput increase –Throughput bottlenecks S800 host controller may source/sink 100 MB/s –HDDs may stress throughput –Host System Interface Options 32/33 PCI 133 MB/s max –S800 possible on 32/33 PCI but may limit performance –May not be sufficient for multiple real time streams 64 bit, 66 MHz PCI, or PCI-X –Better choice for supporting higher bandwidth Raw bit rate increase affects Signal Integrity –62.5MHz to 2GHz with fast rise times critical etch length –Same story as 1394a, RAMBUS, InfiniBand, USB2.0, DVI, and now 1394b. –Very difficult to add in later, must be designed in early More Information

16 Back to Firewire Devices Board layout critical to Signal Integrity Minimize Disruptions to Twisted Pair Etch Runs –Match Etch Lengths of Each Signal in a Twisted Pair (TP) –Minimize TP Etch length –Match Etch Length Between TPs –Twisted Pair Terminating Resistor Network ACAP to PHY terminals –Ground Plane under TP lines –Request Layout recommendations and examples Solid Ground Plane Under Signal Layer


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