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WM8978

Manufacturer Part Number
WM8978
Description
The WM8978 is a low power, high quality stereo codec designed for portable applications such as Digital still camera or Digital Camcorde
Manufacturer
Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd.
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Preliminary Technical Data
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ENABLING THE OUTPUTS
Table 45 Output Stages Power Management Control
THERMAL SHUTDOWN
Table 46 Thermal Shutdown
UNUSED ANALOGUE INPUTS/OUTPUTS
Table 47 Disabled Outputs to VREF Resistance
Each analogue output of the WM8978 can be separately enabled or disabled. The analogue mixer
associated with each output has a separate enable. All outputs are disabled by default. To save
power, unused parts of the WM8978 should remain disabled.
Outputs can be enabled at any time, but it is not recommended to do so when BUFIO is disabled
(BUFIOEN=0) or when BUFDCOP is disabled (BUFDCOPEN=0) when configured in output boost
mode, as this may cause pop noise (see “Power Management” and “Applications Information”
sections).
The speaker outputs can drive very large currents. To protect the WM8978 from overheating a
thermal shutdown circuit is included. If the device temperature reaches approximately 125
thermal shutdown circuit is enabled (TSDEN=1) then the speaker amplifiers will be disabled if
TSDEN is set. The thermal shutdown may also be configured to generate an interrupt. See the GPIO
and Interrupt Controller section for details.
Whenever an analogue input/output is disabled, it remains connected to a voltage source (either
AVDD/2 or 1.5xAVDD/2 as appropriate) through a resistor. This helps to prevent pop noise when the
output is re-enabled. The resistance between the voltage buffer and the output pins can be
controlled using the VROI control bit. The default impedance is low, so that any capacitors on the
outputs can charge up quickly at start-up. If a high impedance is desired for disabled outputs, VROI
can then be set to 1, increasing the resistance to about 30k .
R1
Power
Management
1
R2
Power
Management
2
R3
Power
Management
3
Note: All “Enable” bits are 1 = ON, 0 = OFF
R49
Output
control
R49
REGISTER
REGISTER
ADDRESS
REGISTER
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
1
2
6
7
8
8
7
6
2
3
5
6
7
8
BIT
0
BIT
BIT
TSDEN
BUFIOEN
OUT3MIXEN
OUT4MIXEN
BUFDCOPEN
ROUT1EN
LOUT1EN
SLEEP
LMIXEN
RMIXEN
ROUT2EN
LOUT2EN
OUT3EN
OUT4EN
VROI
LABEL
LABEL
LABEL
1
DEFAULT
0
DEFAULT
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DEFAULT
Thermal Shutdown Enable
0 : thermal shutdown disabled
1 : thermal shutdown enabled
Unused input/output tie off buffer enable
OUT3 mixer enable
OUT4 mixer enable
Output stage 1.5xAVDD/2 driver enable
ROUT1 output enable
LOUT1 output enable
0 = normal device operation
1 = residual current reduced in device
standby mode
Left mixer enable
Right mixer enable
ROUT2 output enable
LOUT2 output enable
OUT3 enable
OUT4 enable
VREF (AVDD/2 or 1.5xAVDD/2) to
analogue output resistance
0: approx 1k
1: approx 30 k
DESCRIPTION
PTD Rev 2.6 November 2005
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