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  • Page 1 November 1, 1999, four of Hewlett-Packard's businesses became a new company -- Agilent Technologies. The new company includes the following former HP businesses: test and measurement, semiconductor products, healthcare solutions and chemical analysis." We at Agilent Technologies are working diligently to make this transition as seamless as possible for you, however, we are not able to make all changes immediately.
  • Page 2 User’s Guide Publication number E3472-97001 Second edition, March 1997 For Safety information, Warranties, and Regulatory information, see the pages preceding the table of contents. © Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 1997 All Rights Reserved HP E3472A/73A Emulator for SH7040/50...
  • Page 3 Hewlett-Packard Company. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. HP is a trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. IBM is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. ®...
  • Page 4 Printing History New editions are complete revisions of the manual. The date on the title page changes only when a new edition is published. A software code may be printed before the date; this indicates the version level of the software product at the time the manual was issued. Many product updates and fixes do not require manual changes, and manual corrections may be done without accompanying product changes.
  • Page 5 HP from another country. HP warrants that its software and firmware designated by HP for use with an instrument will execute its programming instruction when property installed on that instrument. HP does not warrant that the operation of the instrument, or software, or firmware will be uninterrupted or error free.
  • Page 6 Exclusive Remedies The remedies provided herein are buyer’s sole and exclusive remedies. HP shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages, whether based on contract, tort, or any other legal theory. Assistance Product maintenance agreements and other customer assistance agreements are available for Hewlett-Packard products.
  • Page 7 N o t e The HP E3472A/73A complies with INSTALLATION CATEGORY I and POLLUTION DEGREE 2 in IEC1010-1. The HP E3472A/73A is INDOOR USE product. N o t e LEDs in this product are Class 1 in accordance with IEC825-1.
  • Page 8 Dangerous voltages, capable of causing death, are present in this instrument. Use extreme caution when handling, testing, and adjusting this instrument. Power Requirements The HP E3472A/73A requires the following power source: Voltage : 90 to 132 Vac, 198 to 264 Vac Frequency : 47 to 63 Hz...
  • Page 9 Figure 1. Power Cords Available for Each Destination viii...
  • Page 10 Safety Symbols General definitions of safety symbols used on equipment or in manuals are listed below. Instruction manual symbol: the product is marked with this symbol when it is necessary for the user to refer to the instruction manual. Alternating current. Direct current.
  • Page 11 Outline of this manual Chapter 1 describes the product overview and its outer features. Chapter 2 lists the contents of the product. Chapter 3 shows you how to assemble the Emulator and install memory modules. Chapter 4 shows you how to configure LAN parameters to connect the Emulator to the host computer.
  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Ventilation Requirements 12 3 Setting up the Emulator Procedure 15 To connect the power cord and turn on the HP E3472A/73A Emulator 16 To test the HP E3472A/73A Emulator 17 Installing the Emulation Memory Module 17 4 Connecting to the Host Computer...
  • Page 13 To verify serial communications 37 5 Connecting to the Target System QFP cable 41 QFP socket/adapter 41 Connecting the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the target system 42 6 Designing a Target System QFP socket/adapter 47 Pin relationship between 177-pin connector and QFP socket/adapter 48...
  • Page 14 If it takes a long time to connect to the network 106 Problems with the Serial Interface 107 If you cannot verify RS-232 communication Problems with the HP E3472A/73A Emulator Itself 108 To execute the built-in performance verification test If the data in ROM is corrupt 115...
  • Page 15 Contents...
  • Page 16: Product Overview

    Product Overview Product Overview...
  • Page 17 Hooking up the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to an HP’s logic analyzer enables high-speed real-time tracing. You can control the emulator and logic analyzer through the HP E3755A/56A Debug User Interface, allowing you to operate the emulation environment with a feel similar to conventional debuggers.
  • Page 18: Emulator Components

    Product Overview Emulation controller Emulator Components Emulation controller 1. TRIGGER OUT connector Sends out the trigger signal. 2. BREAK IN connector Receives the trigger signal from the logic analyzer. 3. 50-pin connector Connected to the emulation probe through the 50-pin flat cable. 4.
  • Page 19 Product Overview Emulation controller 1. Power connector Connects the power cable. Connecting/disconnecting the power cable will switch ON/OFF the emulator. 2. DIP switches Configure the settings of the Emulator. Instructions are printed on the bottom of the emulation controller. 3. RS-232 connector Connects the RS-232 cable to communicate with the host computer via the serial connection.
  • Page 20: Emulation Probe

    Product Overview Emulation probe Emulation probe 1. PGA connector Connects to the QFP socket/adapter seated on the target system. 2. Power LED Indicates that power is supplied to the emulation probe. 3. Power connector Connects the auxiliary power cable from the emulation controller.
  • Page 21: Usage - Quick Guide

    The target connection Usage - Quick Guide The target connection The HP E3472A/73A Emulator connects to your target system via a flexible cable. The cable plugs into a QFP socket/adapter on the target system. The host computer connection The HP E3472A/73A Emulator can communicate with a host computer via a LAN connection (10 BASE-T or 10 BASE2).
  • Page 22: Contents Of Hp E3472A/73A

    Contents of HP E3472A/73A Contents of HP E3472A/73A...
  • Page 23 Contents of HP E3472A/73A Contents of HP E3472A/73A This chapter provides you the information necessary for the followings. • Incoming Inspection • Instruction for Cleaning...
  • Page 24: Incoming Inspection

    Processor Probe has been checked mechanically and electrically. The contents of the shipment should be as listed in next page. If the contents are incomplete, if there is mechanical damage or defect, or if the HP E3472A/73A does not pass the performance verification test, notify the nearest Hewlett-Packard office.
  • Page 25 Contents of HP E3472A/73A Incoming Inspection Contents (HP E3472A) Description Qty. HP Part Number SH7040 emulation probe board E3472-66501 Emulation probe top cover E3472-04101 Emulation probe bottom cover 64783-04102 SH7040 demo board E3472-66502 Emulation controller E3472-65001 50-pin flat cable E3496-61601...
  • Page 26 Contents of HP E3472A/73A Incoming Inspection Contents (HP E3473A) Description Qty. HP Part Number SH7050 emulation probe board E3473-66501 Emulation probe top cover E3472-04101 Emulation probe bottom cover 64783-04102 SH7050 demo board E3473-66502 Emulation controller E3473-65001 50-pin flat cable E3496-61601...
  • Page 27: Instruction For Cleaning

    Contents of HP E3472A/73A Instruction for Cleaning Instruction for Cleaning For cleaning the case and operation panel of the Emulation Controller, wipe with soft cloth that is soaked with water and wrung tightly, without undue pressure. Ventilation Requirements To ensure adequate ventilation, make sure that there is adequate clearance around the emulation controller, the emulation probe, and the AC/DC adapter.
  • Page 28: Setting Up The Emulator

    Setting up the Emulator Setting up the Emulator...
  • Page 29 Before connecting the Emulator to the power supply, be sure to follow the instructions below regarding the power cable. The HP E3472A/73A Emulator is shipped from the factory with a power supply and cord appropriate for your country. Use only the supplied HP power supply and cord.
  • Page 30: Procedure

    Setting up the Emulator Procedure Procedure Connect the power supply cord between the emulation probe and emulation controller. Connect the 50-pin ribbon cable between the emulation probe and the emulation controller. Plug the emulation probe into the target system Figure 3-1. Connecting the Emulation Controller and the Emulation Probe...
  • Page 31: To Connect The Power Cord And Turn On The Hp E3472A/73A Emulator

    HP E3472A/73A Emulator The HP E3472A/73A Emulator does not have an On/Off switch. To turn the HP E3472A/73A Emulator on or off, plug or unplug it from the power supply. Plug the power cable into the adapter and outlet. Connect the 5-V power cable to the receptacle in the rear panel of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 32: To Test The Hp E3472A/73A Emulator

    To test the HP E3472A/73A Emulator To test the HP E3472A/73A Emulator If this is the first time you have used the HP E3472A/73A Emulator, you should run the built-in performance verification test before you connect to a target system.
  • Page 33 Setting up the Emulator Installing the Emulation Memory Module into the holes on the memory module. There are two latches on the sides of the socket that hold the memory module in place. Replace the plastic cover, and insert new plastic rivets to secure the cover.
  • Page 34: Connecting To The Host Computer

    Connecting to the Host Computer Connecting to the Host Computer...
  • Page 35 • Set up the host software If you plan to use the HP E3472A/73A on a PC, you will need to set up a serial connection to set the IP address for LAN. As a debugger controlling the Emulator, you can use the HP E3755A/56A Debug User Interface on a UNIX workstation or a PC.
  • Page 36: Setting Up A Lan Connection

    You must assign an IP address (Internet address) to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator before it can operate on the LAN. You can also set other network parameters such as a gateway address. The IP address and other network parameters are stored in nonvolatile memory within the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 37: To Obtain An Ip Address

    You will need this address if you use BOOTP or ipconfig700 to set the IP address. The link-level address (LLA) is printed on a label above the LAN connectors on the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. This address is configured in each HP E3472A/73A Emulator shipped from the factory and cannot be changed.
  • Page 38: To Configure Lan Parameters Using The Built-In Terminal Interface

    Set configuration switches S1 through S4 to CLOSED, and set the other switches as appropriate for your serial interface. Switch settings are printed on the bottom of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. If you will use a baud rate of 9600 baud, set the switches like this: Connect an ASCII terminal (or terminal emulator) to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator’s RS-232 port with a 9-pin RS-232 cable.
  • Page 39 HP E3472A/73A Emulator to your network. This connection can be made by using either the 10BASE-T connector or the 10BASE2 (BNC) connector on the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. Do not use both connectors at the same time. Set the configuration switches to indicate the type of connection that is to be made.
  • Page 40 To configure LAN parameters using the built-in terminal interface Once you have set a valid IP address, you can use the telnet utility to connect to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator, and use the lan command to change LAN parameters. Example For example, to assign an IP address of 192.6.94.2 to the HP E3472A/73A...
  • Page 41: To Configure Lan Parameters Using "Ipconfig700

    Connecting to the Host Computer To configure LAN parameters using "ipconfig700" To configure LAN parameters using "ipconfig700" When you are using HP 9000/700 computer or Sun SPAPCsystem with HP B3755A/56A installed in it, you can use ipconfig700 command to configure LAN parameters.
  • Page 42 Set all other switches to CLOSED. Turn ON power to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. Wait at least 20 seconds for the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to connect to the LAN. Become the root user on the system from which you wish to configure the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 43 Limitations of ipconfig700 The ipconfig700 command generally will not work if: • the workstation and the HP E3472A/73A Emulator are on different subnets • a BOOTP daemon running elsewhere on your network is configured to respond to the link-level address of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 44: To Configure Lan Parameters Using Bootp

    To configure LAN parameters using BOOTP To configure LAN parameters using BOOTP This method is applicable only if your HP-UX workstation is already running bootpd, the BOOTP daemon. The ipconfig700 command does the same thing as BOOTP and is easier to use.
  • Page 45 HP E3472A/73A Emulator. The node name is "hpprobe.div.hp.com". For additional information about using bootpd, refer to the HP-UX man pages. Connect the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to your network. This connection can be made by using either LAN connector on the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 46 Disconnect the power cable from the emulation controller. Set switch S6 back to CLOSED and connect the power cable again. Do this so that the HP E3472A/73A Emulator does not request its IP address each time power is cycled. The IP address is stored in EEPROM, so BOOTP does not need to be run again.
  • Page 47: To Set The 10Base-T Configuration Switches

    • If your network doesn’t support LINK BEAT integrity checking or if the HP E3472A/73A Emulator is connected to a non 10BASE-T network set this switch to LINK BEAT OFF (0 or OPEN). In normal mode (switch S8 set to CLOSED), a link integrity pulse is transmitted every 15 milliseconds in the absence of transmitted data.
  • Page 48: To Verify Lan Communications

    To exit from this telnet session, type <CTRL>D at the prompt. The best way to change the HP E3472A/73A Emulator’s IP address, once it has already been set, is to telnet to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator and use the terminal interface lan command to make the change. Remember, after making your changes, you must cycle power or enter a terminal interface init -p command before the changes take effect.
  • Page 49: Setting Up A Serial Connection

    To set up a serial connection, you will need to: • Set the serial configuration switches • Connect the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the RS-232 interface • Connect a serial cable between the host computer and the HP E3472A/73A Emulator •...
  • Page 50: To Set The Serial Configuration Switches

    Set switches S6-S8 for the baud rate you will use. These switch settings are listed on the bottom of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. The higher baud rates may not work reliably with all hosts and user interfaces.
  • Page 51: To Connect A Serial Cable

    C2932A. This is a 9-pin cable with one-to-one pin connections. Use the recommended cable. If the cable is not shielded, or if the cable is not C a u t i o n grounded at the serial controller, the HP E3472A/73A Emulator may be damaged by electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 52: To Verify Serial Communications

    Plug the power cord into the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. When the HP E3472A/73A Emulator powers up, it sends a message (similar to the one that follows) to the serial port and then displays a prompt: Copyright (c) Hewlett-Packard Co. 1987 All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 53 Connecting to the Host Computer Note Note...
  • Page 54: Connecting To The Target System

    Connecting to the Target System Connecting to the Target System...
  • Page 55 Connecting to the Target System Connecting to a Target System Attach the QFP socket/adapter to the target system in advance. The HP E3472A/73A Emulator is connected to the target system by inserting the QFP cable attached to the emulation probe into the QFP socket/adapter.
  • Page 56: Qfp Cable

    Connecting to the Target System QFP cable QFP cable Use one of the following QFP cables to connect the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the target system. • 112-pin QFP cable (HP Part Number E3472B) • 144-pin QFP cable (HP Part Number E3472C) •...
  • Page 57: Connecting The Hp E3472A/73A Emulator To The Target System

    Connecting to the Target System Connecting the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the target system Connecting the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the target system Caution To prevent the emulator and the target system from being damaged, be sure to follow the cautions below when handling them.
  • Page 58 Connect the QFP cable so that pin 1 of the QFP cable is inserted into pin 1 of the QFP socket/adapter on the target system (see Figure 5-1). Switch on the target system; then switch on the emulator. Figure 5-1. Connecting HP E3472A/73A Emulator into the Target System.
  • Page 59 Connecting to the Target System Note Note...
  • Page 60: Designing A Target System

    Designing a Target System Designing a Target System...
  • Page 61 Designing a Target System Designing a Target System This chapter will help you design a target system that will work with the HP E3472A/73A Emulator and describe instructions for use of the target system.
  • Page 62: Qfp Socket/Adapter

    Designing a Target System QFP socket/adapter QFP socket/adapter The following list shows available QFP socket/adapters. 112 pins HP Part Number E3472-61620 (with socket cover) 144 pins HP Part Number E3472-61621 168 pins HP Part Number E3473-61620 To mount the QFP socket/adapter, solder it directly onto the target system board.
  • Page 63: Pin Relationship Between 177-Pin Connector And Qfp Socket/Adapter

    Designing a Target System Pin relationship between 177-pin connector and QFP socket/adapter Pin relationship between 177-pin connector and QFP socket/adapter For pin assignment of the 177-pin connector for each of the 112-, 144-, and 168-pin QFP socket adapter, see Chapter 9 "Specifications and Characteristics."...
  • Page 64: Using The Logic Analyzer

    Using the Logic Analyzer Using the Logic Analyzer...
  • Page 65 Using the Logic Analyzer Using the Logic Analyzer This chapter describes you how to connect the logic analyzer to your emulator.
  • Page 66: Connecting The Logic Analyzer

    Using the Logic Analyzer Connecting the Logic Analyzer Connecting the Logic Analyzer Follow the steps below to connect the logic analyzer to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. Disconnect the power source from the HP E3472A/73A Emulator Switch off the target system.
  • Page 67 Slave Pod 3 Pod 7 • Note Be sure to use HP 01650-63203 for the termination adapters. None of the others can be used. • Connect/disconnect the adapter with holding the connector side. Connect the TRIGGER OUT terminal of the logic analyzer and the...
  • Page 68: To Verify The Connection

    To verify the connection Follow the steps below to verify the connection. Power on the target system. Connect the power source into the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. Start the Debugger. Specify the IP address for the logic analyzer if necessary. Use trace function to see tracing is properly performed with the logic...
  • Page 69: Restrictions

    Restrictions Restrictions Resource When you use the logic analyzer with HP E3472A/73A Emulator, the following resources are reserved for the Emulator upon the activation of the trace function. Pods listed in Table 7-2 are reserved for the Emulator. The rest Pod s of the pods can be used for Analyzer2 (See the table below).
  • Page 70 Using the Logic Analyzer Restrictions Trigger/Store Condition with the trace label "DATA" The data bus between the Emulator and the logic analyzer is 32 bit in width. The condition which determines the enable bits depends on the data bus width of the accessed area and the access size of the instruction. See the below.
  • Page 71 Using the Logic Analyzer Note Note...
  • Page 72 Specifications and Characteristics Specifications and Characteristics...
  • Page 73 Specifications and Characteristics Specifications and Characteristics This chapter provides specifications and characteristics of HP E3472A/73A Emulator. This chapter covers: • Processor compatibility • Supported logic analyzer • Target system interface • Electrical specification...
  • Page 74: Specifications And Characteristics Processor Compatibility

    Specifications and Characteristics Processor compatibility Processor compatibility The HP E3472A/73A Emulator supports the following Hitachi SH Series processors. Table 8-1. Supported Processors (HP E3472A) Processor Package SH7040 112-pin QFP SH7041 144-pin QFP SH7042 112-pin QFP SH7043 144-pin QFP SH7044 112-pin QFP...
  • Page 75: Supported Logic Analyzers

    1 For 16500, a LAN card (16500H/L) is necessary. 2 LAN option is necessary. N o t e Five pieces of the termination adapter (HP 01650-63203) are required to connect the HP E3472A/73A to the logic analyzer. You cannot use other termination adapters.
  • Page 76: Target System Requirements

    Connection to the target systems that operate at the following voltage and frequency is supported. • The HP E3472A Emulator Operating voltage 5±0.25 V Operating frequency 4.0 - 33.3 MHz • The HP E3473A Emulator Operating voltage 5±0.25 V Operating frequency 4.0 - 25.0 MHz...
  • Page 77: Target Interface (Hp E3472A)

    Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3472A) Target Interface (HP E3472A) Vcc, Vss /RES, NMI, MD0 - 3 PE13 PF, AVcc, AVref, AVss...
  • Page 78 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3472A) EXTAL, XTAL Connect a circuit that meets the SH7040 Series specification. PLLVcc, PLLCAP, PLLVss Others...
  • Page 79: Target Interface (Hp E3473A)

    Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Target Interface (HP E3473A) Vcc, Vss /RES, /HSTBY, NMI, MD0 - 3 PC14 PH, AVcc+, +AVre, AVss...
  • Page 80 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Vpp, EXTAL, XTAL Connect a circuit that meets the SH7050 Seriese specification. PLLVcc, PLLCAP, PLLVss Others...
  • Page 81 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-3. E3472B PGA to QFP112 Adaptor Pin Assignment PGA177 QFP112 Function PGA177 QFP112 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PE15 PD12 PD11 PD10 PC13 PLLV WDTOVF PA10...
  • Page 82 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-3. E3472B PGA to QFP112 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP112 Function PGA177 QFP112 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PA12 PE10 PE12 PD15 PE14 PD13 PC11...
  • Page 83 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-3. E3472B PGA to QFP112 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP112 Function PGA177 QFP112 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PLLCAP PA15 PA14 PE13 PC15 PLLV...
  • Page 84 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-3. E3472B PGA to QFP112 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP112 Function PGA177 QFP112 Function pin # pin # name pin # Pin # name PD14 XTAL PE11 PC10 PC12 PA13 PA11...
  • Page 85 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-4. E3472C PGA to QFP144 Adaptor Pin Assignment PGA177 QFP144 Function PGA177 QFP144 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PA21 PA23 PD21 PA22 PE15 PD16 PD15 PD14...
  • Page 86 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-4. E3472C PGA to QFP144 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP144 Function PGA177 QFP144 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PD31 PA12 PE10 PD26 PE12 PD20 PE14...
  • Page 87 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-4. E3472C PGA to QFP144 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP144 Function PGA177 QFP144 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PLLCAP PA15 PA14 PD30 PD25 PD23 PD19...
  • Page 88 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-4. E3472C PGA to QFP144 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP144 Function PGA177 QFP144 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PA28 PD22 PD18 XTAL PE11 PC10 PC12...
  • Page 89 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-5. E3473B PGA to QFP168 Adaptor Pin Assignment PGA177 QFP168 Function PGA177 QFP168 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PG10 PG12 PG14 PE12 PE14 PA12 PD12 PB10...
  • Page 90 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-5. E3473B PGA to QFP168 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP168 Function PGA177 QFP168 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PF11 PH10 PH13 PC10 PG11 PE11 PG13...
  • Page 91 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-5. E3473B PGA to QFP168 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP168 Function PGA177 QFP168 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PLLCAP PA14 PC11 PC14 PH14 PG15 PD14...
  • Page 92 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Table 8-5. E3473B PGA to QFP168 Adaptor Pin Assignment (Continued) PGA177 QFP168 Function PGA177 QFP168 Function pin # pin # name pin # pin # name PF10 PE10 PH11 PD11 PH15 PD15 XTAL...
  • Page 93 Specifications and Characteristics Target Interface (HP E3473A) Figure 8-1. Pin Locations of the 177-pin Connector...
  • Page 94: Electrical Specifications

    10BASE-T LAN Port RJ-45 connector. IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T (StarLAN). 10BASE2 LAN Port 50-ohm BNC connector. IEEE 802.3 10BASE2 (ThinLAN). When using this connector, the HP E3472A/73A Emulator provides the functional equivalent of a Medium Attachment Unit (MAU) for ThinLAN. Power Supply Input 100-240Vac, 1.0Amax, 50/60Hz.
  • Page 95 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-6. Clock Timing (E3472A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7040 Typical Worst Case Unit min max min max Operating frequency 28.7 33.3 33.3 Clock cycle time 34.8 Clock low-pulse width Clock high-pulse width Clock rise time Clock fall time EXTAL input frequency EXTAL input cycle time...
  • Page 96 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-7. Control Signal Timing (E3472A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7040 Typical Worst Case Unit min max min max RES rise time RESr RES fall time RESf RESET pulse width RESW MRESET pulse width MRESW NMI rise time NMIr NMI fall time NMIf...
  • Page 97 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-8. Bus Timing (E3472A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7040 Typical Worst Case Unit Address delay time CS delay time 1 CSD1 CS delay time 2 CSD2 Read strobe delay time 1 RSD1 Read strobe delay time 2 RSD2 Read data setup time (15)
  • Page 98 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-8. Bus Timing (E3472A) (Continued) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7040 Typical Worst Case Unit Data input setup time -7.6 -12.6 Data input hold time Write address setup time Write address hold time Write data hold time RDWR delay time 1 RWD1 RDWR delay time 2...
  • Page 99 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-9. DMAC Timing (E3472A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7040 Typical Worst Case Unit DREQ0 DREQ1 DRQS setup time DREQ0 DREQ1 DRQH hold time DREQ0 DREQ1 DRQW pulse width DRAK output delay time DRAKD *1 Typical outputs measured with 50pF load...
  • Page 100 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-9. Clock Timing (E3473A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7050 Typical Worst Case Unit min max min max Operating frequency Clock cycle time Clock low-pulse width Clock high-pulse width Clock rise time Clock fall time EXTAL input frequency...
  • Page 101 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-10. Clock Signal Timing (E3473A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7050 Typical Worst Case Unit RES rise time RESr RES fall time RESf RESET pulse width RESW MRESET pulse width MRESW NMI rise time NMIr NMI fall time...
  • Page 102 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-11. Bus Timing (E3473A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7050 Typical Worst Case Unit Address delay time (TBD) CS delay time 1 CSD1 CS delay time 2 CSD2 Read strobe delay time 1 RSD1 Read strobe delay time 2...
  • Page 103 Specifications and Characteristics Electrical Specifications Table 8-12. DMAC Timing (E3473A) (*1) Characteristic Symbol SH7050 Typical Worst Case Unit DREQ0 DREQ1 DRQS setup time DREQ0 DREQ1 hold DRQH time DREQ0 DREQ1 DRQW pulse width DRAK output delay time DRAKD *1 Typical outputs measured with 50pF load...
  • Page 104: Environmental Specifications

    Specifications and Characteristics Environmental Specifications Environmental Specifications Temperature Operating, 0 to +40 °C (+32 to +104 °F); non-operating, -40 to +60 °C (-40 to +140 °F). Altitude Operating, 0 to 2,000 m (6,500ft); non-operating, 4,600 m (15,000 ft). Relative Humidity 15% to 95% (@40 °C ).
  • Page 105 Specifications and Characteristics Note Note...
  • Page 106: Updating Firmware

    Updating Firmware Updating Firmware...
  • Page 107 Updating Firmware Updating Firmware You can update the firmware in the HP E3472A/73A Emulator by running the progflash utility program. progflash downloads code from files on the host computer into Flash EPROM memory which is built-in to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 108: Components Of The Software Updates

    Updating Firmware Components of the software updates Components of the software updates If you’re using the HP E3472A/73A Emulator with an HP 9000/700 computer or a Sun SPARCsystem computer: The HP E3755A/56A Debug User Interface contains the progflash program and flashware for the HP E3472A/73A Emulator.
  • Page 109: Setting Up The Host Software

    PC to the Emulator with an RS-232 cable. To set up the 64700tab.net file When you use the HP E3472A/73A Emulator on a workstation and want to update firmware using progflash command, you need to set up 64700tab.net file to specify the destination Emulator.
  • Page 110: To Set Up The 64700Tab File

    Updating Firmware To set up the 64700tab file To set up the 64700tab file Add following one line to \hp64700\tables\64700tab file. In this case, <logical_name> is emul_com1 and the baud rate is set to 9600. emul_com1 unknown COM1 OFF 9600 NONE ON 1 8 Example To use a baud rate of 9600 baud, set the switches as follows:...
  • Page 111: To Update Firmware With "Progflash

    In the case of a workstation, make sure your HP E3472A/73A Emulator is listed in the 64700tab.net file. In the case of a PC, make sure your HP E3472A/73A Emulator is listed in the 64700tab file. Install the update software on your computer.
  • Page 112 Updating Firmware To update firmware with "progflash" choose one. (In the interactive mode, only one product at a time can be updated.) You can abort the interactive progflash command by pressing <CTRL>c. progflash will print "Flash programming SUCCEEDED" and return 0 if it is successful;...
  • Page 113: To Display Current Firmware Version Information

    HP E3472A/73A Emulator. If the firmware doesn’t appear to be updated Though Flash EPROM is very reliable, it can fail. If the HP E3472A/73A Emulator determines the Flash EPROM is not working, it will try to use the boot code in its Flash EPROMs.
  • Page 114 Solving Problems Solving Problems...
  • Page 115 Solving Problems Solving Problems If you have problems with the HP E3472A/73A Emulation Probe System, your first task is to determine the source of the problem. Problems may originate in any of the following places: • The HP E3472A/73A Emulator itself •...
  • Page 116: Solving Problems Status Lights

    Solving Problems Status Lights Status Lights The HP E3472A/73A Emulator communicates various modes and error conditions via the status lights. The following illustration shows the status lights on both sides of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator and what they mean:...
  • Page 117 Solving Problems Status Lights Lit when the target processor is running in normal (user program) mode Lit when the target processor is running in background debug mode Lit when the target system is in a reset state Lit when the power supply is properly connected Lit when LAN data is being transmitted...
  • Page 118: Problems With The Lan Interface

    Use the "telnet" command on the host computer to verify LAN communication. After powering up the HP E3472A/73A Emulator, it takes up to a minute before the HP E3472A/73A Emulator can be recognized on the network. After a minute, try the "telnet <internet address>" command.
  • Page 119: If You Have Lan Connection Problems

    You can use <CTRL>c to interrupt and get the Terminal Interface prompt. It’s also possible for there to be a problem with the HP E3472A/73A Emulator firmware while the LAN interface is still up and running. In this case, you must reboot the HP E3472A/73A Emulator by disconnecting power to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator and reconnecting it again.
  • Page 120 Solving Problems If you have LAN connection problems "lan -g" shows the gateway address. Make sure it is the address of your gateway if you are connecting from another subnet, 0.0.0.0 if you are connecting from the local subnet. "lan -p" shows the port is 6470. If the port is not 6470, you must change it with the "lan -p 6470"...
  • Page 121: If It Takes A Long Time To Connect To The Network

    If it then detects other subnet masks, it will generate error messages. If there are many subnet masks in use on the local subnet, the HP E3472A/73A Emulator may take a very long time to connect to the network after it is turned on.
  • Page 122: Problems With The Serial Interface

    If you cannot verify RS-232 communication Problems with the Serial Interface If you cannot verify RS-232 communication If the HP E3472A/73A Emulator prompt does not appear in the terminal emulator window: Make sure that you have connected the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to the proper power source and that the power light is lit.
  • Page 123: Problems With The Hp E3472A/73A Emulator Itself

    In addition to the powerup tests, there are additional tests available through the built-in "terminal interface." Three of these tests can be invoked through either a telnet session to the HP E3472A/73A Emulator or through a terminal emulator on the RS-232 port. The LAN tests can only be executed through the RS-232 port.
  • Page 124 - select emulation subsystem test <x> only pv -v <verbose> - set verbose level; valid levels: 0-9 pv -f - force tests to execute (HP internal use only) pv -n - do not initialize system (HP internal use only) pv <count>...
  • Page 125 Solving Problems To execute the built-in performance verification test The tests available through this command can be displayed as follows: c>pv -l Testing: HPE3499A Series Emulation System Test 1: Powerup PV Results Test 2: LAN 10Base2 Feedback Test Test 3: LAN 10BaseT Feedback Test Test 4: Break In and Trigger Out BNC Feedback Test Test...
  • Page 126 To execute the built-in performance verification test TEST 2: LAN 10BASE2 Feedback Test For LAN 10BASE2 test, the following is an example of a failure which is not caused by a broken HP E3472A/73A Emulator. R>pv -t2 -v2 1 Testing: HPE3499A Series Emulation System...
  • Page 127 (IP address and gateway address) are set correctly and that your host computer recognizes the IP address of the HP E3472A/73A Emulator. If all else is good, then failure to respond to ping indicates a faulty HP E3472A/73A Emulator. TEST 4: Break In and Trigger Out BNC Feedback Test R>pv -t4 -v2 1...
  • Page 128 Solving Problems To execute the built-in performance verification test Output 19 Low not received on Input 11 Output 11 Low not received on Input 19 Output 13 Low not received on Input 1 Output 12 High not received on Input 6 Output 12 and Input 6 not pulled high on release Output 8 Low not received on Input 10 Output 7 Low not received on Input 20...
  • Page 129 Solving Problems To execute the built-in performance verification test Test 6: Boundary Scan Master Test Passed! Test 7: I2C Test Passed! Testing: HPE3472A Hitachi SH7040 Series Emulator Test 1: Monitor Memory Test Passed! Test 2: Mapper Memory Test Passed! Test 3: Run Control Test Passed! Test...
  • Page 130: If The Data In Rom Is Corrupt

    If this doesn’t work, continue with the next step: Set switch S4 to OPEN, then cycle power. This will force the HP E3472A/73A Emulator to use only the boot ROM. Try running the programming utility again. If this is successful, return the...
  • Page 131: Note

    Solving Problems Note Note...
  • Page 132: A Registers List

    Registers List Registers List...
  • Page 133: Hp E3472A

    Registers List HP E3472A HP E3472A The HP E3472A Emulator has the following register classes. Basic registers intc Interrupt controller User break controller Data transfer controller Cache controller Bus state controller dmac0 DMA controller 0 dmac1 DMA controller 1 dmac2...
  • Page 134 Registers List HP E3472A The following list shows registers included in each register class. • Basic registers (*) Program counter Status register General purpose register 0 General purpose register 1 General purpose register 2 General purpose register 3 General purpose register 4...
  • Page 135 Registers List HP E3472A • Interrupt controller (intc) ipra Interrupt priority register A iprb Interrupt priority register B iprc Interrupt priority register C iprd Interrupt priority register D ipre Interrupt priority register E iprf Interrupt priority register F iprg Interrupt priority register G...
  • Page 136 Registers List HP E3472A • DMA controller 0 (dmac0) dmaor DMA operation register sar0 DMA source address register 0 dar0 DMA destination address register 0 dmatcr0 DMA transfer count register 0 chcr0 DMA channel control register 0 • DMA controller 1 (dmac1)
  • Page 137 Registers List HP E3472A • Multi-function timer pulse unit 1 (mtu1) tstr Timer start register tsyr Timer synchronization register tcr1 Timer control register 1 tmdr1 Timer mode register 1 tior1 Timer I/O control register 1 tier1 Timer interrupt enable register 1...
  • Page 138 Registers List HP E3472A • Multi-function timer pulse unit 3 (mtu3) tstr Timer start register tsyr Timer synchronization register toer Timer output master enable register tocr Timer output control register tgcr Timer gate control register tcdr Timer cycle data register...
  • Page 139 Registers List HP E3472A • Watch-dog timer (wdt) wdtcsr Timer control/status register wdtcnt Timer counter rstcsr Reset control/status register • Serial communication interface 0 (sci0) smr0 Serial mode register 0 brr0 Bit rate register 0 scr0 Serial control register 0...
  • Page 140 Registers List HP E3472A • Compare match timer1 (cmt1) cmstr Compare match timer start register cmcsr1 Compare match timer control/status register 1 cmcnt1 Compare match timer counter 1 cmcor1 Compare match timer constant register 1 • Pin function controller (pfc)
  • Page 141: Hp E3473A

    Registers List HP E3473A HP E3473A The HP E3473A Emulator has the following register classes. Basic registers intc Interrupt controller User break controller Bus state controller dmac0 DMA controller 0 dmac1 DMA controller 1 dmac2 DMA controller 2 dmac3 DMA controller 3...
  • Page 142 Registers List HP E3473A The following list shows registers included in each register class. • Basic registers (*) Program counter Status register General purpose register 0 General purpose register 1 General purpose register 2 General purpose register 3 General purpose register 4...
  • Page 143 Registers List HP E3473A • User break controller (ubc) ubar User break address register ubamr User break address mask register ubbr User break bus cycle register • Bus state controller (bsc) bcr1 Bus control register 1 bcr2 Bus control register 2...
  • Page 144 Registers List HP E3473A • Advanced timer unit 0 (atu0) tstr Timer start register pscr1 Pre-scaler register 1 tior0a Timer I/O control register 0A tgsr Trigger selection register itvrr Interval interrupt request register tsrah Timer status register AH tsral Timer status register AL...
  • Page 145 Registers List HP E3473A • Advanced timer unit 2 (atu2) tstr Timer start register pscr1 Pre-scaler register 1 tcr2 Timer control register 2 tior2a Timer I/O control register 2A tsrc Timer status register C tierc Timer interrupt enable register C...
  • Page 146 Registers List HP E3473A • Advanced timer unit 4 (atu4) tstr Timer start register pscr1 Pre-scaler register 1 tmdr Timer mode register tsrdh Timer status register DH tsrdl Timer status register DL tierdh Timer interrupt enable register DH tierdl Timer interrupt enable register DL...
  • Page 147 Registers List HP E3473A • Advanced timer unit 6 (atu6) tstr Timer start register pscr1 Pre-scaler register 1 tsre Timer status register E tiereh Timer interrupt enable register EH tierel Timer interrupt enable register EL tcr6 Timer control register 6...
  • Page 148 Registers List HP E3473A • Advanced timer unit 9 (atu9) tstr Timer start register pscr1 Pre-scaler register 1 tsre Timer status register E tiereh Timer interrupt enable register EH tierel Timer interrupt enable register EL tcr9 Timer control register 9...
  • Page 149 Registers List HP E3473A • Compare match timer1 (cmt1) cmstr Compare match timer start register cmcsr1 Compare match timer control/status register 1 cmcnt1 Compare match timer counter 1 cmcor1 Compare match timer constant register 1 • Serial communication interface 0 (sci0)
  • Page 150 Registers List HP E3473A • A/D converter (adc) addr0 A/D data register 0 (for reference only) addr1 A/D data register 1 (for reference only) addr2 A/D data register 2 (for reference only) addr3 A/D data register 3 (for reference only)
  • Page 151 Registers List HP E3473A • I/OPort (port) padr Port A data register pbdr Port B data register pcdr Port C data register pddr Port D data register pedr Port E data register pfdr Port F data register pgdr Port G data register...
  • Page 152 19–38 update, 93 gateway, 104–105 connecting to the target system, 39–44 overview, 1–6 gateway address, 24, 26–28 connection problems, LAN, 104–105 connector HP 64700 LAN port number, 104–105 HP 64700 switch settings, LAN, 104–105 humidity specifications, 89 Index-1...
  • Page 153 Index performance verification test, 108–114 ping command, 104–105 update POL light, 101 firmware, procedure, 96–97 port number, 24 update, firmware, 92 power cord, 14 USER light, 101–102 power failure during firmware update, 98 probe, testing, 112 progflash, 92 version, firmware, 98 voltage processor, 61 RESET light, 101...

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