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Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe
User Guide
MB88121 SERIES
MB91460 SERIES
SK-91F467-FLEXRAY
FMEMCU-UG-910017-11
STARTER KIT
USER GUIDE

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    Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe User Guide MB88121 SERIES MB91460 SERIES STARTER KIT SK-91F467-FLEXRAY FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 USER GUIDE...

  • Page 2: Revision History

    V1.0, MSt, 22/11/2005 first official version V1.1, MSt 01/06/2006 SK-91F467D-208PFV information removed, Getting started chapter changed to new Monitor debugger version This document contains 73 pages. FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Revision History Issue - 2 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 3: Warranty And Disclaimer

    Product or parts thereof, if the Product is returned to Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH in original packing and without further defects resulting from the customer’s use or the transport.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    MCU Power Supply Voltage ... 24 3.4.2 MCU Analogue Power Supply Voltage... 24 3.4.3 FlexRay CC Power Supply Voltage at SK-91F467-FLEXRAY... 25 MCU-FlexRay CC Connection at SK-91F467-FLEXRAY... 26 FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Contents - 4 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

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    Softune Workbench Monitor Debugger... 52 5.3.1 General Description ... 52 5.3.2 Basic Debugger Features ... 55 Advanced Monitor Debugger Features ... 56 Memory Configuration for User Applications... 59 6 FLASH PROGRAMMING... 61 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Contents - 5 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

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    SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 ... 67 10 APPENDIX ... 68 10.1 Related Products... 68 10.2 Information on the WWW ... 69 10.3 Tables ... 70 10.4 Figures ... 72 10.5 Abbreviations ... 73 FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Contents - 6 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction 1 Introduction 1.1 Abstract The SK-91F467-FLEXRAY is a multifunctional development board for the FUJITSU FlexRay communication controller MB88121 and the 32-bit Flash microcontroller MB91F467DA. It can be used stand alone for software development and testing or together with monitor- debugger software.

  • Page 8: Features

    4 User buttons, one 8 bit MCU port can be connected to DIP switches • External bus interface routed to 96pin and 48pin DIN 41612 (VG) connectors This board must only be used for test applications in an evaluation laboratory environment. FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Introduction - 8 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 9: General Description

    SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Introduction 1.3 General Description The SK-91F467-FLEXRAY supports the FUJITSU 32-bit Flash microcontroller MB91F467D and the FUJITSU FlexRay stand alone communication controller MB88121. The Starter Kit can be used as a stand-alone development platform, or if a MCU socket is soldered instead of the Flash MCU MB91F467D, with the emulation system MB91V460 adapter board (MB2198-300) and 208 pin probe cable board (PB-91467D-NLS-208PFV).

  • Page 10: On Board Memory

    32.768 kHz crystal. 1.3.3 MCU Operating Mode The operating mode of the microcontroller can be selected with the Dip-switch S5. 1.3.4 FlexRay CC Clock The FlexRay CC clock is operated by a 10MHz crystal mounted in a socket. By removing the 10MHz crystal it is also possible to use an external clock oscillator.

  • Page 11: User Buttons

    CC simultaneously, but it is possible to disconnect the RST-ports with JP52 or JP54. It is possible to connect with Dip-switch S3 eight port input switches at S4 to the MCU port P26_D0 – P26_D7. All eight ports can be switched separately to use e.g. only four ports as input.

  • Page 12: Installation

    Now connect the DC low voltage adapter to the Starter kit and plug in the In-Plug Power Supply to a power socket. The SK-91F467-FLEXRAY can be turned on with the on board power switch S8 (or S9). FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 - 12 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

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    SRAM the LED D2 and D4 are ON. In case of failed access LED D1 and D4 are set to ON. Figure 2-5: Starter kit status after power on © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH - 13 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 14: Jumper Settings

    Jumper 2 pin Closed Jumper 2 pin Closed Solder Jumper 3 pad Jumper 2 pin Closed - 14 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Layout Schematic Coordinates Page 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 3 1 / 3...

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    JP92 INT0 JP93 INT1 JP94 INT2 JP95 ICU0/TIN0 JP96 Direct RESET JP97 VCC1V8 to X14B2 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Installation Type Default Open Jumper 2 pin Closed Jumper 2 pin Open Jumper 6 pin Jumper 2 pin...

  • Page 16: Jumper Location

    2.2 Jumper Location The following picture shows the silk plot of the starter kit with marked default jumper settings. Figure 2-6: Default Jumper Settings FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Installation - 16 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 17: Software Installation

    2.3 Software Installation 2.3.1 Installation of Softune Workbench Fujitsu supplies a full working 32bit development environment with the “SK-91F467- FLEXRAY” starter kit called Softune Workbench V6. The Softune Workbench also supports a monitor debugger which is pre-programmed into the internal Flash memory of the “SK- 91F467-FLEXRAY”.

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    SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Installation Figure 2-8: Softune Workbench V6 IDE FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 - 18 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 19: Jumpers And Switches

    3.1 MCU Operating-Mode (S5) The DIP-switch S5 is used to set the operating mode of the MCU. Ensure that the mode pin settings correspond to the operation-mode of the application. For more detailed information please check the Hardware-Manual of the microcontroller.

  • Page 20: Flexray Cc Operating-mode (s2)

    3.2 FlexRay CC Operating-Mode (S2) The DIP-switch S2 is used to set the operating mode of the FlexRay communication controller. Ensure that the mode pin settings correspond to the operation-mode of the application. For more detailed information please check the Hardware-Manual of the FlexRay CC.

  • Page 21: Flexray Cc Spi Settings (s1)

    3.3 FlexRay CC SPI Settings (S1) The DIP-switch S1 is used to set the FlexRay CC SPI settings, if the FlexRay CC is selected to communicate with the MCU over SPI. For more detailed information please check the Hardware-Manual of the FlexRay CC.

  • Page 22: Power Supply

    There are four on-board switching regulators to provide the voltages 5V, 3.3V, 2.5V and 1.8V on the starter-kit. With the power ON/OFF-switch S8 or S9 (S9 is a soldering option to use a different switch), the main input voltage from DC-connector X5 will be connected to the VIN voltage of the board.

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    Regulator Test point Voltage © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Figure 3-4: Voltage Test Points +3.3V +2.5V +1.8V Table 3-6: Voltage Test Points - 23 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 24: Mcu Power Supply Voltage

    VDD5R not connected to MCUVcc MCUVcc connected to Vcc MCUVcc not connected to Vcc VDD5 connected to MCUVcc VDD5 not connected to MCUVcc HVSS5 connected to GND HVSS5 not connected to GND - 24 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 25: Flexray Cc Power Supply Voltage At Sk-91f467-flexray

    ON (closed) JP22 OFF (open) ON (closed) JP24 OFF (open) Default: grey © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Description AVcc is connected to MCUVcc AVcc is disconnected AVRH is connected to AVcc AVRH defined by resistor network...

  • Page 26: Mcu-flexray Cc Connection At Sk-91f467-flexray

    Connects MCU A3 or MCU SIN6 to CC pin 42 (SDO / A3) Connects MCU A0 with CC A0 JP10 Connects MCU D26 or CC SPI-mode switch S1-3 (MDS2) to CC pin 53 (AD10 / D10 / AD2 / D2 / MDS2)

  • Page 27: Flexray Physical Layer

    (X2) JP34, JP36 Connects RS-485 termination network to signal lines at FlexRay channel A JP48 Connects FT1080 module CH-A EN to configuration switch S6 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Description CC SPI-mode switch S1-3 connected to CC MDS2...

  • Page 28: Channel B

    CH-A FT1080 nERR not connected to MCU P14_4 Vcc 5V is connected to VccPL Vcc 3.3V is connected to VccPL VBat is connected to FT1080 CH-A VBat is not connected to FT1080 CH-A - 28 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

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    OFF (open) ON (closed) JP77 OFF (open) Default: grey Table 3-12: FlexRay CH-B Configuration © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Description TXDB connected to RS-485 transceiver TXDB not connected to RS-485 transceiver TXENB connected to RS-485 transceiver...

  • Page 30: Ft1080 Control Settings (s6)

    3.6.3 FT1080 Control Settings (S6) The DIP switch S6 is used to set EN, WAKE and nSTB signals of the FlexRay physical layer driver modules from TZM (FT1080). The control signals can also be connected with jumper to the MCU to give the possibility to set them via user software. Both modules (FT1080) will be set simultaneously, if JP48-JP50 and JP73-JP75 are closed.

  • Page 31: Can0 - Can2

    RS-232 or LIN communication (to get information in detail about pin usage, please refer to chapter 4.2 UART / LIN Connector (X1, X4, X8)). The LIN transceiver needs to be configured as LIN-master or LIN-slave. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches...

  • Page 32: Uart 2

    LIN transceiver is enabled LIN transceiver is not enabled LIN master mode LIN slave mode Table 3-16: UART2 Settings - 32 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Note: UART2 has to be selected with JP57, to generates a system reset...

  • Page 33: Uart 4 (flash Programming)

    ON (closed) JP71 OFF (open) ON (closed) JP72 OFF (open) Default: grey © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Description MCU SIN4 connected to RS-232 transceiver MCU SIN4 connected to LIN transceiver MCU SOT4 connected to RS-232 transceiver...

  • Page 34: Uart 5

    LIN transceiver is enabled LIN transceiver is not enabled LIN master mode LIN slave mode Table 3-18: UART5 Settings - 34 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Note: UART5 has to be selected with JP57, to generates a system reset...

  • Page 35: User Push Buttons Int0, Int1, Int2 And Icu0/tin0

    There is an 8 bit user-DIP-switch on-board, which can be connected to one MCU port (P26), Connecting High- or Low level to the pins. S3, also an 8 bit DIP-switch, dis-/connect the eight channels of S4 to the MCU pins. In case of other usage of these pins, open S3 switch accordingly.

  • Page 36: Reset Generation

    Reset is generated after SW1 is pressed 2s Table 3-22: Reset Connections Description Vcc1V8 connected to supply monitor Vcc1V8 not connected to supply monitor Vcc2V5 connected to supply monitor Vcc2V5 not connected to supply monitor - 36 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

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    Jumper Setting JP57 JP29 Table 3-24: Reset UART Selection By default the UART reset is disabled. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Jumpers and Switches Description Reset will be done via UART2 Reset will be done via UART4 Reset will be done via UART5...

  • Page 38: Connectors

    Connected to DTR (pin 4) Can be connected with CTS by jumper Can be connected with RTS by jumper Ground normally used for LIN connection Ground Note: Please use 1:1 cable for RS232 PC-connection. - 38 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 39: Can Connector (x9, X10, X11)

    Two 9-pin D-Sub male connectors are used for the two FlexRay channels A and B. As default RS-485 is used at SK-91F467-FLEXRAY. Pin Number Pin Signal User Shield Shield Table 4-3: FlexRay Connector Signals © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Connectors Figure 4-3: CAN Connector Description Not used LOW-level CAN voltage input/output Ground...

  • Page 40: Flexray Physical Layer Module Connector (x3, X7)

    ID-EEPROM SPI data in (connected to optional pin header) Star (connected to optional pin header) ID-EEPROM SPI data out (connected to optional pin header) Star (connected to optional pin header) ID-EEPROM SPI clock (connected to optional pin header) - 40 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 41: User-leds And Optional Lc-display (d1-d16, J6)

    RP1 the contrast of the LCD can be adjusted. Port P25_7 P25_6 P25_5 P25_4 (Port: P16_7) (Port: P16_0) © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Connectors P25_3 P25_2 P25_1 Table 4-5: LED/LCD Signals (Port: P25_7) Figure 4-6: User LEDs / LCD...

  • Page 42: In-circuit-programming Connector (x12)

    MCU mode-pin 0 MCU mode-pin 2 MCU reset signal UART4 receive data UART4 transmit data UART4 clock Board supply voltage Ground Connector MCU Pins 1-52 53-104 105-156 157-208 Table 4-7: MCU Pin Connectors - 42 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 43: External Bus Connectors (x13, X14)

    P27_6 2.5V Note: The pin numbers of the VG connectors refer to the male connectors that plugs into the starter kit. Please see chapter 5 to find the right orientation. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Connectors Name MCU-P.

  • Page 44: Vg48abc Din 41612 (x14)

    Figure 4-8: Layout of DIN VG Connectors FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Connectors Name MCU-P. 1.8V 1.8V Table 4-9: VG48 (X14) Signals 8,89mm/ 350mil - 44 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Name MCU-P. CSX1 CSX3 WRX0 WRX2 MCLKO DACKX0 SDA0 SCL0 SOT5...

  • Page 45: Getting Started

    Figure 5-1: Softune Workbench main window Note: You may customize the editor by a right-click on the editor window. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 45 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 46

    F1. In many cases, you can get some useful hints how to solve the problem. Of course, you can also use the HELP-menu anytime during development or debugging. FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 46 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 47: Project Start-up

    5.2 Project Start-up In order to allow a quick and smooth project start-up Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe supplies a template project as a reference. The easiest way to start a new project is to make a copy of the template project and use this copy as a start-up. The template includes the latest start91460.asm file, MCU header file, IRQ table, basic linker and C-Compiler settings.

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    SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started Rename “ ” 91460_template_91467d into “my_application” 6. Start Softune Workbench and open your project Figure 5-2: Open Softune Workbench workspace (*.wsp) FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 - 48 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 49: Use Active Configuration Mondebug_internal

    Finally use “Make”, or “Build” to compile and link the project. The generated output files can be found in the sub-folder MONDEB_INTERNAL of the project folder. The *.mhx file (Motorola S-Record) is located in the ABS sub-folder. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started...

  • Page 50

    Figure 5-4: Open Softune Workbench Linker mapping file Check linker mapping list in the*.mp1 file by right-click on “my_application.abs”, Open List File, *.mp1. Figure 5-5: Softune Workbench Linker Mapping FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 50 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 51: Use Active Configuration Standalone

    Start Softune Monitor Debugger via the “Debug” Command Figure 5-6: Start Softune Workbench Monitor Debugger 10. After the project is built and debugged successfully switch to the active configuration STANDALONE 5.2.3 Use Active configuration STANDALONE 11. With this selection the project is linked to work in internal flash memory.

  • Page 52: Softune Workbench Monitor Debugger

    5.3 Softune Workbench Monitor Debugger 5.3.1 General Description Whenever you have created a valid load module successfully, you can switch from the development mode to the debugging mode of Softune Workbench. Basically, there are 3 types of debugging systems supported : The software simulator: This type of debugger is always present and does not require any special hardware extensions.

  • Page 53

    Double-check the settings again as explained above. Also make sure the evaluation-board is powered on, ready to use and the RS232-cable is connected properly. Also see the trouble- shooting section in the appendix. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started...

  • Page 54

    You can choose “mixed view” from the context menu (right-click) to display source and assembly code at the same time. The command “go to current” will take you to the active code line! - 54 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 55: Basic Debugger Features

    Instead of single-steps, you may also use the arrows to directly execute your program until a certain line of your source-code : © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 55 -...

  • Page 56: Advanced Monitor Debugger Features

    MEMORY WINDOW: Displays memory areas in various formats defined by Setup (context menu). Changing of address/data is possible when debugger is not executing. FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 56 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH to execute code until...

  • Page 57

    Examine PDRG Set break main Dump/Halfword 0x2000000..0x20000FF Shortcuts to complex commands can be defined (“alias”) and parameter strings can be substituted by variables. Example: mydump = Dump/Halfword 2000000..20000ff © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started - 57 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 58

    See the “Command Reference Manual” (on-line help) for detailed information about the available command and parameter syntax. Some procedure files exist already included in the example project directory. - 58 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 59: Memory Configuration For User Applications

    Be aware that the memory map may depend on the debugger version and any modifications of the debugger made by the user. Table 5-1: Memory map of Monitor debugger 91460_mondeb_uart4-v11 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Getting Started Area(s)

  • Page 60

    Be aware that the Softune Workbench monitor debugger is only able to debug code which is located in RAM! It is not possible to debug code located in Flash memory! - 60 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH Sections DATA, INIT, STACK CODE, CONST...

  • Page 61: Flash Programming

    Device Type: MB91F467D b. Com port: c. Baudrate: 38400 d. Hex File: MonDeb91467D.mhx Use button “Browse” and browse to c:\..\Software\MonitorDebugger\ MonDeb91467D.mhx Figure 6-1: FME FR-Flash Programmer for MB91F467D series © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Flash Programming - 61 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 62

    "call" call initiated - waiting for returnvalue... returnvalue = 254 searching for flash-loader... Flash mode activated (">" received) Checking... Blank Check finished Chip erase in process... FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Flash Programming - 62 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 63

    Automatic programming process. This is done for security reason to avoid the activation of the Security function by accident. 8) After successful programming assert Reset or Power-off / On the board in order to start the programmed application. © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Flash Programming Note 1: The MB91F467DA series is checking the serial UART4 interface for valid string to enter Flash programming mode.

  • Page 64: Trouble Shooting

    Adjust the potentiometer RP1 to adjust contrast of LCD. Remove resistor network RN3 Check power supply 9-12V/1500mA. Reduce external bus clock frequency Table 7-1: Trouble shooting - 64 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH correct (see debugger...

  • Page 65: Silk-plot Of The Board

    8 Silk-Plot of the Board 8.1 Top Side UART2 Power CAN0 Switch Power Figure 8-1: Board Layout (Top Side) © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Silk-Plot of the Board UART4 UART5 ICU0 INT2 Optional FlexRay phy. Layer Module X3...

  • Page 66: Bottom Side

    8.2 Bottom Side Figure 8-2: Board Layout (Bottom Side) FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Silk-Plot of the Board - 66 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 67: Pcb History

    Add C=100uF/16F between Vcc2V5 and GND Add C=100uF/16F between Vcc1V8 and GND Table 9-1: History PCB V1.0 9.2 SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Part Problem Table 9-2: History PCB V1.1 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 PCB History - 67 - Fixed V1.1 V1.1 V1.1...

  • Page 68: Appendix

    Socket for package FPT-208P-M01 and FPT-208P-M04 Tokyo Eletech Corp. www.tetc.co.jp/e_tet.htm Header for FPT-208P-M01 e.g.: MB91F467D Joint connector extension for NQPACK208SD Joint connector socket for NQPACK208SD Flash chip of MB91460 Series FlexRay Communication Controller - 68 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 69: Information On The Www

    Automotive products: MCU, Graphic display controller, MPEG en/decoder, gyro sensors http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/industries/automotive/ Linear Products: Power Management, A/D and D/A Converters http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/microelectronics/linears/ Media Products: SAW filters, acoustic resonators and VCOs http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/microelectronics/saw/ For more information about FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS http://emea.fujitsu.com/microelectronics © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Appendix - 69 -...

  • Page 70: Tables

    Table 4-8. VG96 (X13) Signals ... 43 Table 4-9: VG48 (X14) Signals ... 44 Table 5-1: Memory map of Monitor debugger 91460_mondeb_uart4-v11 ... 59 Table 5-2: Linker Settings for MB91F467DA Monitor Debugger configuration... 60 FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 - 70 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 71

    SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Appendix Table 7-1: Trouble shooting ... 64 Table 9-1: History PCB V1.0 ... 67 Table 9-2: History PCB V1.1 ... 67 © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH - 71 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

  • Page 72: Figures

    Figure 6-1: FME FR-Flash Programmer for MB91F467D series... 61 Figure 6-2: FME Flash Programmer output message window ... 63 Figure 8-1: Board Layout (Top Side) ... 65 Figure 8-2: Board Layout (Bottom Side) ... 66 FMEMCU-UG-910017-11 - 72 - © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH...

  • Page 73: Abbreviations

    Local Interconnect Network Microcontroller Unit Printed Circuit Board SRAM Static Random Access Memory Transferzentrum Mikroelektronik UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter Upper Byte User Guide USART Universal Synchronous Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter © Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH SK-91F467-FLEXRAY V1.1 Appendix - 73 - FMEMCU-UG-910017-11...

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