IC WIRELESS USB 2.4GHZ 28-SOIC

CYWUSB6934-28SEC

Manufacturer Part NumberCYWUSB6934-28SEC
DescriptionIC WIRELESS USB 2.4GHZ 28-SOIC
ManufacturerCypress Semiconductor Corp
CYWUSB6934-28SEC datasheets
 


Specifications of CYWUSB6934-28SEC

Frequency2.4GHzData Rate - Maximum62.5kbps
Modulation Or ProtocolDSSS, GFSKApplicationsHID, PC, Peripheral Gaming Devices
Power - Output0dBmSensitivity-90dBm
Voltage - Supply2.7 V ~ 3.6 VData InterfacePCB, Surface Mount
Antenna ConnectorPCB, Surface MountOperating Temperature0°C ~ 70°C
Package / Case28-SOICOperating Temperature (min)0C
Operating Temperature (max)70COperating Temperature ClassificationCommercial
Operating Supply Voltage (min)2.7VOperating Supply Voltage (typ)3V
Operating Supply Voltage (max)3.6VLead Free Status / RoHS StatusContains lead / RoHS non-compliant
Memory Size-Current - Transmitting-
Current - Receiving-Other names428-1580-5
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4.5
Application Interfaces
Both ICs have a fully synchronous SPI slave interface for
connectivity to the application MCU. Configuration and
byte-oriented data transfer can be performed over this
interface. An interrupt is provided to trigger real time events.
An optional SERDES Bypass mode (DIO) is provided for appli-
cations that require a synchronous serial bit-oriented data
path. This interface is for data only.
4.6
Clocking and Power Management
A 13-MHz crystal ( 50 ppm or better) is directly connected to
X13IN and X13 without the need for external capacitors. Both
ICs have a programmable trim capability for adjusting the
on-chip load capacitance supplied to the crystal. The Radio
Frequency (RF) circuitry has on-chip decoupling capacitors.
Both devices are powered from a 2.7V to 3.6V DC supply. Both
devices can be shutdown to a fully static state using the PD
pin.
Below are the requirements for the crystal to be directly
connected to X13IN and X13:
• Nominal Frequency: 13 MHz
• Operating Mode: Fundamental Mode
• Resonance Mode: Parallel Resonant
• Frequency Stability:
50 ppm
• Series Resistance:
100 ohms
• Load Capacitance: 10 pF
• Drive Level: 10 uW–100 uW
4.7
Receive Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
The RSSI register (Reg 0x22) (applies only to the
CYWUSB6934 IC) returns the relative signal strength of the
ON-channel signal power and can be used to:
1. Determine the connection quality
2. Determine the value of the noise floor
3. Check for a quiet channel before transmitting.
The internal RSSI voltage is sampled through a 5-bit
analog-to-digital converter (ADC). A state machine controls
the conversion process. Under normal conditions, the RSSI
state machine initiates a conversion when an ON-channel
carrier is detected and remains above the noise floor for over
50uS. The conversion produces a 5-bit value in the RSSI
register (Reg 0x22, bits 4:0) along with a valid bit, RSSI
register (Reg 0x22, bit 5). The state machine then remains in
HALT mode and does not reset for a new conversion until the
receive mode is toggled off and on. Once a connection has
been established, the RSSI register can be read to determine
the relative connection quality of the channel. A RSSI register
value lower than 10 indicates that the received signal strength
is low, a value greater than 28 indicates a strong signal level.
To check for a quiet channel before transmitting, first set up
receive mode properly and read the RSSI register (Reg 0x22).
If the valid bit is zero, then force the Carrier Detect register
Document 38-16007 Rev. *G
(Reg 0x2F, bit 7=1) to initiate an ADC conversion. Then, wait
greater than 50uS and read the RSSI register again. Next,
clear the Carrier Detect Register (Reg 0x2F, bit 7=0) and turn
the receiver OFF. Measuring the noise floor of a quiet channel
is inherently a 'noisy' process so, for best results, this
procedure should be repeated several times (~20) to compute
an average noise floor level. A RSSI register value of 0-10
indicates a channel that is relatively quiet. A RSSI register
value greater than 10 indicates the channel is probably being
used. A RSSI register value greater than 28 indicates the
presence of a strong signal.
5.0
Application Interfaces
5.1
SPI Interface
The CYWUSB6932/CYWUSB6934 ICs have a four-wire SPI
communication interface between an application MCU and
one or more slave devices. The SPI interface supports
single-byte and multi-byte serial transfers. The four-wire SPI
communications interface consists of Master Out-Slave In
(MOSI), Master In-Slave Out (MISO), Serial Clock (SCK), and
Slave Select (SS).
The SPI receives SCK from an application MCU on the SCK
pin. Data from the application MCU is shifted in on the MOSI
pin. Data to the application MCU is shifted out on the MISO
pin. The active-low Slave Select (SS) pin must be asserted to
initiate a SPI transfer.
The application MCU can initiate a SPI data transfer via a
multi-byte transaction. The first byte is the Command/Address
byte, and the following bytes are the data bytes as shown in
Figure 5-1 through Figure 5-4. The SS signal should not be
deasserted between bytes. The SPI communications is as
follows:
• Command Direction (bit 7) = “0” Enables SPI read transac-
tion. A “1” enables SPI write transactions.
• Command Increment (bit 6) = “1” Enables SPI auto address
increment. When set, the address field automatically incre-
ments at the end of each data byte in a burst access, oth-
erwise the same address is accessed.
• Six bits of address.
• Eight bits of data.
The SPI communications interface has a burst mechanism,
where the command byte can be followed by as many data
bytes as desired. A burst transaction is terminated by
deasserting the slave select (SS = 1). For burst read transac-
tions, the application MCU must abide by the timing shown in
Figure 12-2.
The SPI communications interface single read and burst read
sequences are shown in Figure 5-2 and Figure 5-3, respec-
tively.
The SPI communications interface single write and burst write
sequences are shown in Figure 5-4 and Figure 5-5, respec-
tively.
CYWUSB6932
CYWUSB6934
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