Milkymist One RC1 Reports

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[edit] Initial Test on PCBA without any software

Below is shown that normal measured voltages and currents on RC1 boards without REFLASHING any software porting. This info is useful for diagnosis after EMS manufacturing or realization in studying/analyzing dissipation during standby mode which most parts are at quiescent or power shut down status.

[edit] Measurement of Voltage/Current during Standby/Quiescent Mode

Following data are measured from #1 & #4 pcba. The location(or reference) you can check them from RC1 Schematic. The method of measuring current is to taking apart related ferrite bead on dedicated power loop, soldering two wires on pads of ferrite bead and using Agilent 34401A digital multimeter.

Location/Reference of Measured Voltage/Current #1 PCBA #4 PCBA Spec. Reference Datasheet

L1, U1(3V3) 15.6mA 14mA Typical Spec. 19mA Page 3 of datasheet
L2, U1(AUDIO_AVDD) 54mA 51mA Typical Spec. 53mA Page 3 of datasheet
L4, U2(ETH_A3V3) 4.7mA 4.8mA Not clear in datasheet [1]
L5, U2(ETH_1V8) 23.3mA 23.5mA Not clear in datasheet [2]
L6, U2(ETH_PLL1V8) 13.1mA 13.1mA Not clear in datasheet [3]
L7, TP1(3V3) 3.318V / 0.381A 3.309V / 0.379A [ ]
L8, TP2(2V5) 2.53V / 13.5mA 2.538V / 13.5mA [ ]
L9, TP3(1V8) 1.809V / 62.4mA 1.823V / 61.1mA [ ]
L10, DCJACK(5V0) 5.0V / 0.605A 5.0V / 0.597A [ ]
L12, TP4(1V2) 1.231V / 36.6mA 1.228V / 33.5mA 1V2 only used in fpga, Typical Spec. 15mA Page 7 of datasheet
L13, U18(VAA) 67.4mA 67.6mA Typical Spec. 67mA Page 3 of datasheet
L17, U21(VIDEOIN_A3V3) 170mA 170mA Typical Spec. 180mA(YPrPb) Page 6 of datasheet
L18, U21(VIDEOIN_A1V8) 11.3mA 11.4mA Typical Spec. 10.5mA Page 6 of datasheet
L19, U21(VIDEO_AGND) 99mA 100.4mA Reference [ ]
TP5(AUDIO_VREF) 2.232V 2.227V Typical Spec. 2.16V Page 3 of datasheet
TP10(VD5) 1.253V 1.253V Max. 1.226V Page 3 of datasheet

The original ods file is here.

[edit] Power Tree for Quiescent Mode

  • Based on above information, a plot can be achieved as below:
  • During current measurement, we got a strange phenomenon which is high current 120mA thus 6.7 times of typical quiescent 18mA definded in ds162. Later we got offical Xilinx feedbacks as below[1]:

Q1. Accourding ds162.pdf, Iccintq typical quescent current of XC6S45-2 is 18mA. The current will rise up to 0.12A when only provide the Vccint for XC6S45-2. Is there any document to talking about this? or any answer to indicate this issue?

Ans. No document talking about this. What’s the purpose to provide Vccint only to Spartan-6? I cannot see any sense to do this.

Q2. Accourding ds162.pdf, table 4 "Typical Quiescent Supply Current", what this table measure condition? the issue is, my customer try to measure the quiescent qurrent, but the result are difference from ds162 table4. Is there any document to write it down? I need document to make customer well know what the difference, and make they to understand the result is acceptable

Ans. Testing condition: at nominal voltage, 25°C junction temperatures (Tj). Typical values are for blank configured devices with no output current loads, no active input pull-up resistors, all I/O pins are 3-state and floating. This is stated in Note 1, 2 of Table 4, DS162: http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/data_sheets/ds162.pdf Different quiescent values should be estimated with XPE: http://www.xilinx.com/ise/power_tools/license_spartan6.htm Besides, if the customer is using an ES chip to test the quiescent values, he should know: http://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/33641.htm

Q3. the issue is: only proivde Vccint for S6, and the Iccint rise up to 0.12A. at this condition, why s6 still work well??

Ans. FPGA cannot work if you only providing Vccint. Only after Vccint, Vccaux and Vcco2 receive their respective threshold will Spartan-6 begin to work.

[edit] Power Sequence on Supplies

Since Spartan-6 doesn't need a well-control power sequence on 1.2V, 2.5V and 3.3V. But here is still mentioned.

According to p.6 table5 of [2], the power supply ramp time of VCCINTR(1.2V), VCCO2(3.3V) and VCCAUXR(2.5V) must be within 50ms. From above scopes gallery, Milkymist One meets Spartan-6's requirement of ramp time 50ms.

[edit] Boards Test

  • Board test report
-- Board test report
-- Linux on M1
  • FPGA
-- Delaying FPGA configuration
  • Ethernet
-- Ethernet OK on M1
-- Pull-down resistors for POR
  • AC97 sound
-- AC97 sound on M1...
  • Video Decoder
-- PCB problem with pixel port of video in
-- Test of the PCBs with the video input patched
-- Video in rework results
-- Video input works
  • MIDI
-- MIDI tests, check here for MIDI Electrical Specification
-- MIDI works with 6N138 opto
  • IR receiver
-- Infrared controls working on M1
  • DDC tests
-- DDC tests
  • POR
-- Pull-down resistors for POR
  • USB JTAG cable
-- USB JTAG cable for Milkymist
  • USB test
-- First USB tests
-- USB development update
  • Memory Card (micro-SD)
-- Memory card working
  • DMX tests
-- DMX tests
  • Signal Integrity Measurements
-- RC1 signal integrity measurements
  • More Memory test
-- More Memory test
  • Flickernoise on ML401
-- Flickernoise on ML401
  • Testing procedure
-- Milkymist One Testing procedure

[edit] USB JTAG/serial cable

This idea is brought by yanjun.luo at gmail.com

Its change logs of design is listed below:

[edit] References

  1. Fwd: Re: Debug status of MM One initial test
  2. Spartan-6 FPGA Data Sheet: DC and Switching Characteristics
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