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Am8251 • Am9551
Programmable Communications Interface
DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS
• Improved performance with Am9551
• Separate control and transmit register input buffers
• 8080A/9080A compatible
• Synchronous or asynchronous serial data transfer
• Parity, overrun and framing errors detected
• Half or full duplex signalling
• Character length of 5, 6, 7 or 8 bits
• Internal or external synchronization
• Odd parity, even parity or no parity bit
• Modem interface controlled by processor
• Programmable Sync pattern
• Fully TTL compatible logic levels
• +5 only power supply
• Commercial and military temperature range operation
• Ion-implanted N-channel silicon gate MOS technology
• 100% MI L-STD-883 reliabi lity assurance testing
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Am8251/9551 is a programmable serial data communi-
cation interface that provides a Universal Synchronous/Asyn-
chronous Receiver/Transmitter (USART) function_ It is nor-
mally used as a peripheral device for an associated processor,
and may be programmed by the processor to operate in a
variety of standard serial communication formats.
The device accepts parallel data from the CPU, formats and
serializes the information based on its current operating mode,
and then transmits the data as a serial bit stream. Simultane-
ously, serial data can be received, converted into parallel form,
de-formated, and then presented to the CPU. The USART can
operate in an independent full duplex mode.
Data, Control, operation and format options are all selected by
commands from an associated processor. This provides an
unusual degree of flexibility and allows the Am8251/9551 to
service a wide range of communication disciplines and appli-
cations.
BLOCK DIAGRAM
DBO- DB7
ClK
C/O
RESET
cs
AD
WR
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Top View
DATA BUS 2
DATA BUS 3
RECEIVER
DATA
(GND) VSS
DATA BUS 4
DATA BUSS
DATA BUS 6
DATA BUS 7
TRANSMITTER
CLOCK
WRITE
CHIP
SELECT
CaNTRall
DATA
READ
RECEIVER
READY
1 2B
27
26
25
24
23
22
Am9551
21
20
10 19
11 18
12 17
13 16
14 15
DATA BUS 1
DATA BUS 0
VCC (+5.0V)
"RECETilER
ClDCK
DATA
TERMINAL
READY
REQUEST TO
SEND
DATA SET
iiEAl5Y
RESET
CLOCK
TRANSMITTER
DATA
TRANSMITTER
EMPTY
CLEAR TO
SEND
SYNC
DETECT
TRANSMITTER
READY
MOS·214
Pin 1 is marked for orientation.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Package Type
Ambient Temperature
Specification
Hermetic DIP*
Molded DIP
O°C <s; TA <S; + 70°C
Hermetic DIP
-55°C <S; TA <S; +125°C
*Hermetic = Ceramic = DC = CC = D-28-1.
8251 Specifications
AM8251 DC/D8251
AM8251 CC/C8251
AM8251 PC/P8251
AM8251 DM/M8251
9551 Specifications
Standard
Upgraded
AM9551DC
AM9551CC
AM9551-4DC
AM9551-4CC
AM9551PC AM9551-4PC
AM9551DM
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Am8251 • Am9551
INTERFACE SIGNAL DESCRIPTION
Data Bus
The Am9551 uses an 8 bit bi-directional data bus to exchange
information with an associated processor. Internally, data is
routed between the data bus buffers and the transmitter sec-
tion or receiver section as selected by the Read (RD) or Write
(WR) control inputs.
Chip Select (CS)
The active low Chip Select input allows the Am9551 to be in-
dividually selected from other devices within its address range.
When Chip Select is high, reading or writing is inhibited, and
the data bus output is in it's high impedance state.
Reset
The Am9551 will assume an idle state when a high level is
applied to the Reset input. When the Reset is returned low,
the Am9551 will remain in the idle state until it receives a new
mode control instruction.
Read (RD)
The active low Read input enables data to be transferred from
the Am9551 to the processor.
Write (WR)
The active low Write input enables data to be transferred from
the processor to the Am9551.
Control/Data (C/O)
During a Read operation, if this input is at a high level the
status byte will be read, and if it is at a low level the receive
data will be read by the processor. When a Write operation is
being performed, this input will indicate to the Am9551 that
the bus information being written is a command if ci5 is high
and data if cio is low.
C/O RD WR CS
0 0 1 0 Am9551 DATA ~ DATA BUS
0 1 0 0 DATA BUS~ Am9551 DATA
10
1 0 Am9551 STATUS~ DATA BUS
1 1 0 0 DATA BUS~Am9551 COMMAND
X X X 1 DATA BUS ~ 3-STATE
Clock (ClK)
This input is used for internal timing within the Am9551. It
does not control the transmit or receive rate. However, it
should be at least 30 times the receive or transmit rate in the
synchronous mode and 4.5 times the receive or transmit rate
in the asynchronous mode. The ClK frequency is also re-
stricted by both an upper and a lower bound. This input is
often connected to a clock from the associated processor.
Receiver Data (RxD)
Serial data is received from the communication line on this
input.
Receiver Clock (RxC)
The serial data on input RxD is clocked into the Am9551 by
the RxC clock signal. In the synchronous mode, RxC is deter-
mined by the baud rate and supplied by the modem. In the
asynchronous mode, RxC is 1, 16, or 64 times the baud rate as
selected in the mode control instruction. Data is sampled by
the Am9551 on the rising edge of RxC.
Receiver Ready (RxRDY)
The RxRDY output signal indicates to the processor that data
has been shifted into the receiver buffer from the receiver sec-
tion and may be read. The signal is active high and will be re-
set when the buffer is read by the processor. RxRDY can be
activated only if the receiver enable (RxE) has been set in the
command register, even though the receiver may be running.
If the processor does not read the receiver buffer before the
next character is shifted from the receiver section then an
overrun error will be indicated in the status buffer.
Sync Detect (SYNDET)
This signal is used only in the synchronous mode. It can be
either an output or input depending on whether the program
is set for internal or external synchronization. As an output,
a high level indicates when the sync character has been de-
tected in the received data stream after the Internal Synchron-
ization mode has been programmed. If the Am9551 is pro-
grammed to utilize two sync characters, then SYNDET will go
to a high level when the last bit of the second sync character
is received. SYNDET is reset when the status buffer is read or
when a Reset signal is activated. SYNDET will perform as an
input when the External Synchronization mode is programmed.
External logic can supply a positive-going signal to indicate to
the Am9551 that synchronization has been attained. This will
cause it to initialize the assembly of characters on the next
falling edge of RxC. To successfully achieve synchronization
the SYNDET signal should be maintained in a high condition
for at least one full period of RxC.
Transmit Data (TxD)
Serial data is transmitted to the communication line on this
output.
Transmitter Clock (TxC)
The serial data on TxD is clocked out with the TxC signal. The
relationship between clock rate and baud rate is similar to that
for RxC. Data is shifted out of the Am9551 on the falling edge
of TxC.
Transmitter Ready (TxRDY)
The TxRDY output signal goes high when data in the Transmit
Data Buffer has been shifted into the transmitter section al-
lowing the Transmit Data Buffer to accept the next byte from
the processor. TxRDY will be reset when information is writ-
ten into the Transmit Data Buffer. loading command register
also resets TxRDY. TxRDY will be available on this output
pin only when the Am9551 is enable to transmit (CTS = 0,
TxEN = 1). However, the TxRDY bit in the status Buffer will
always be set when the Transmit Data Buffer is empty regard-
less of the state of TxEN and CTS.
Transmitter Empty (TxE)
The TxE output signal goes high when the Transmitter section
has transmitted its data and is empty. The signal will remain
high until a new data byte is shifted from the Transmit Data
Buffer to the Transmitter section. In the synchronous mode if
the processor does not load a new byte into the buffer in time,
TxE will, independent of the status of the TxEN bit in the
command register, momentarily go to a high level as SYNC
characters are loaded into the Transmitter Section.
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
This signal is a general purpose output which reflects the state
of bit 1 in the Command instruction. It is commonly connected
to an associated modem to indicate that the Am9551 is ready.
Data Set Ready (DSR)
This is a general purpose input signal and forms part of the sta-
tus byte that may be read by the processor. DSR is generally
used as a response to DTR, by the Modem, to indicate that it
is ready. The signal acts only as a flag and does not control
any internal logic.
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Part Number Am8251
Description Programmable Communications Interface
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