|Title||Interface Development Tools 14b GMSL De-Serializer|
Maxim MAX96708 14-Bit GMSL Deserializer is a compact deserializer especially suited for automotive camera applications. Features include adaptive equalization and an output crosspoint switch. An embedded control channel operates at 9.6kbps to 1Mbps in UART, I2C, and mixed UART/ I2C modes, allowing programming of the serializer, deserializer (SerDes), and camera registers, independent of video timing. The deserializer can track data from a spread-spectrum serial input. The serial input meets ISO 10605 and IEC 61000-4-2 ESD standards. The core supply range is 1.7V to 1.9V and the I/O supply range is 1.7V to 3.6V. The device is available in a 32-pin (5mm × 5mm) TQFN package with a 0.5mm lead pitch and operates over -40°C to +115°C temperature range.
|Company||Maxim Integrated Products|
|Datasheet||Download MAX96708COAXEVKIT# datasheet
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|MAX96708GTJ+: Serializers & Deserializers - Serdes 1.5Gbps GMSL De-Serializer|
Accepts GMSL Serial Data through FAKRA Connectors as Inputs and Outputs 16-Bit Parallel Output Data Power Over Coax (POC) Capable Windows Vista- and Windows 7-Compatible Software USB-Controlled Interface (Cable Included) USB Powered Proven PCB Layout Fully Assembled and Tested
The MAX96706/MAX96708 evaluation kit (EV kit) provides a proven design to evaluate the MAX96706 and MAX96708 high-bandwidth gigabit multimedia serial link (GMSL) deserializers with spread spectrum and fullduplex control channel, through the use of a standard FAKRA coax or STP cable. The EV kit also includes Windows Vista®- and Windows 7-compatible software that provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for exercising features of the device. The EV kit comes with MAX96708GTJ+ IC installed. For complete GMSL evaluation, using a standard FAKRA coaxial cable, order the MAX96708 EV kit and a companion serializer board (e.g., the MAX96711 EV kit, referenced in this document). For testing with STP cable, also order the MAXCOAX2STP-HSD adapter kit and refer to its data sheet. Only one adapter kit is required per link (connecting the serializer and deserializer boards). Note: In the following sections, MAX96706/708 and the term "deserializer" refer to the MAX96708 IC and MAX96705/711 and the term "serializer" refer to the or MAX96711 IC. Note: This document applies to both coax and STP EV kits. This document covers coax cables, but the information provided applies equally to STP cables.ITEM DESCRIPTION or MAX96708 coax EV kit board 2m FAKRA cable assembly USB cable QTY 1
FILE MAXSerDesEV-N_Vxxxx_ Install.EXE MAXSerDesEV-N.EXE CDM20600.EXE USB_Driver_Help_200.PDF DESCRIPTION Installs the EV kit files on your computer Graphical user interface (GUI) program Installs the USB device driver USB driver installation help file
Figure 1. Deserializer Test Setup Block Diagram Windows and Windows Visa are registered trademarks and registered service marks of Microsoft Corporation. Ordering Information appears at end of data sheet.
MAX96708 EV kit MAX96711 EV kit 2m FAKRA cable assembly (included in the MAX96706 and MAX96708 EV kits) > 20MHz function generator (optional) PC with Windows Vista or Windows 7 and a spare USB port (direct 500mA connection required; do not use a bus-powered hub) Ammeter 5V DC power supply
8) Turn on the power supply. 9) Verify that LED_PWR on the deserializer board lights up, indicating that the deserializer board has power. 10) Verify that LED_PWR on the serializer board lights up, indicating that the serializer board has power. 11) Verify that LOCK_LED on the deserializer EV board lights up, indicating that the link has been successfully established. If LOCK_LED is off, go to the Troubleshooting section at the end of this document and fix the problem before continuing.. 12) Start the EV kit software by selecting Start | Programs | Maxim Integrated | MAXSerDesEV-N | MAXSerDesEV-N. 13) The Configuration Settings window opens (see Figure 2) and the GUI automatically searches for any active listener in both I2C and UART mode and identifies a valid GMSL product. Once a valid device is identified, the corresponding configuration jumpers are displayed to help the user configure the serializer and deserializer. 14) In case an operating evaluation board with a Nuvoton microcontroller is not found, a window appears (Figure 3) warning as such. Press OK to continue and start the GUI anyway, or press Cancel to terminate the application. Go to the Troubleshooting section at the end of this document and fix the problem before continuing. 15) When an operating Nuvoton microcontroller is found, the GUI checks the firmware version in the microcontroller and prompts the user to update (Figure 4). 16) While the Configuration Settings window is open, press the Identify Devices button to search for the devices connected. Only Link Type and Device Address selections on the Configuration Settings window affect the EV kit operation. Other items are for user reference only. 17) Press the Connect button to open the Evaluation Kit window and devices under test (DUT) register maps (Figure 5). The GUI will read all internal registers of the serializer and deserializer and update the corresponding tabs. 18) Press the Read All button in the Serializer group box to read all the serializer registers. 19) Press the MAX96706 Des tab and then press the Read All button in the Deserializer group box to read all the deserializer registers. 20) Select any of the other tabs to evaluate other serializer/deserializer (SerDes) functions.
Note: In the following sections, software-related items are identified by bolding. Text in bold refers to items from the EV kit software. Text in bold and underlined refers to items from the Windows operating system.
The EV kit is fully assembled and tested. Follow the steps below to verify board operation: 1) Visit www.maximintegrated.com\EVKitsoftware to download and install the latest version of the software, and then do the following: Double-click on GMSL SerDes Evaluation Kit Software-Nuvoton µC. Download the MAXSerDesEV-N_Vx_x_x_x_ Install.ZIP file (8MB). Extract and install the MAXSerDesEV-N_ Vx_x_x_x_Install.EXE file. The installation application will install the USB driver. If the USB driver installation was not successful, install the appropriate USB driver for your computer by visiting www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm.
2) Verify that jumpers on the serializer board are in their default positions, as shown in Figure 15. 3) Verify that jumpers on the deserializer board are in their default positions, as shown in Figure 16. 4) Set up the system, as shown in Figure 1. 5) Connect the FAKRA cable from the OUT+ terminal on the serializer board to the IN0+ terminal on the deserializer board. 6) Connect the USB cable between the PC and USB port on the Nuvoton microcontroller daughter board on the deserializer board. 7) Connect the power supply to the +5VIN/GND terminals on the serializer board.
JUMPER J4 J5 SIGNAL IN0+ IN0DEFAULT POSITION 5VIN 12V Open* POC15VIN 12V Open* 5VIN 12V Open* POC05VIN 12V Open* J10 LFL1+ Short* Open J11 LFR1+ Short Open* J12 LFL1Short Open* J13 LFR1Short Open* J14 LFLTVDD Short* Open Short* Open GMSL IN1- FAKRA connector 5V POC sourced by the serializer 5V POC expected from the deserializer 12V POC can be applied by either serializer or deserializer POC disabled 5V POC sourced by the serializer 5V POC expected from the deserializer 12V POC can be applied by either the serializer or deserializer POC disabled 5V POC sourced by the serializer 5V POC expected from the deserializer 12V POC can be applied by either the serializer or deserializer POC disabled 5V POC sourced by the serializer 5V POC expected from the deserializer 12V POC can be applied by either the serializer or deserializer POC disabled Line fault monitored by the local device on the IN1+ terminal (LFLTVDD must be short; LFR1-, LFL1- must be open) Line fault not monitored by IN1+ Line fault monitored by the remote device on the OUT+ terminal (LFLTVDD must be short; LFL1+, LFL1- must be open) Line fault can be monitored by local device, but not remote device Line fault monitored by the local device on the IN1- terminal (LFLTVDD must be short; LFL1-, LFL1+ must be open) Line fault not monitored by IN1Line fault monitored by the remote device on the OUT- terminal (LFLTVDD must be short; LFL1+, LFL1- must be open) Line fault can be monitored by local device, but not remote device Line-fault circuit powered, connected to AVDD Line-fault circuit powered, nonfunctional Line fault monitored by the local device on the IN0+ terminal (LFLTVDD must be short; LFR0-, LFL0- must be open) Line fault not monitored by IN0+ FUNCTION GMSL IN1+ FAKRA connector
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Maxim MAX96708 14-Bit GMSL Deserializer is a compact deserializer especially suited for automotive camera applications. Features include adaptive equalization and an output crosspoint switch. An embedded