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Preliminary Data Sheet
September 2001
L9500A
High-Voltage Ringing SLIC for VoIP Applications
L9500A Introduction
The Agere Systems Inc. L9500A is a subscriber line
interface circuit that is optimized for short-loop,
power-sensitive applications. This device provides
the complete set of line interface functionality (includ-
ing power ringing) needed to interface to a subscriber
loop. This device has the capability to operate with a
VCC supply of 3.3 V or 5 V and is designed to mini-
mize external components required at all device
interfaces. This device is optimized to interface to
data over cable service interface specification (DOC-
SIS) compliant cable modem gateway, multi-media
adaptor, and residential gateway products, such as
the Broadcom® BCM3351, BCM3352, BCM6352,
and BCM1101 and equivalent products.
Applications
s Interface to Broadcom:
— BCM3351 Cable Modem
— BCM3352 Cable Modem
— BCM6352 Integrated Multi-Media Adaptor
— BCM1101 Residential Gateway
s Cable Modem
s Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
s Voice over DSL
s Remote Subscriber Units
s Broadband Wireless
s Short Loop Access
Features
s Differential ringing and codec interface
s Onboard ringing generation
s Three ringing input options:
— Sine wave
— PWM
— Logic level square wave
s Flexible VCC options:
— 5 V or 3.3 V VCC
— No –5 V required
s Battery switch to minimize off-hook power
s Eight operating states:
— Scan mode for minimal power dissipation
— Forward and reverse battery active
— On-hook transmission states
— Ground start
— Ring mode
— Disconnect mode
s Ultralow on-hook power:
— 27 mW scan mode
— 38 mW active mode
s Loop start, ring trip, and ground start detection
s Software-controllable dual current limit option
s 28-pin PLCC package
s 48-pin MLCC package
Description
This device is optimized to provide battery feed, ring-
ing, and supervision on short-loop plain old tele-
phone service (POTS) loops.
This device provides power ring to the subscriber
loop through amplification of a low-voltage input. It
provides forward and reverse battery feed states, on-
hook transmission, a low-power scan state, ground
start (tip open), and a forward disconnect state.
The device requires a VCC and battery to operate.
VCC may be either a 5 V or a 3.3 V supply. The ring-
ing signal is derived from the high-voltage battery. A
battery switch is included to allow for use of a lower-
voltage battery in the off-hook mode, thus minimizing
short-loop off-hook power.
Ring mode overhead is collapsed, allowing rail-to-rail
operation. In this manner, the L9500 can operate
from a lower 75 V battery to minimize critical power
consumption and at the same time extend subscriber
ringing loop lengths to 500 and beyond.
Loop closure, ring trip, and ground start detection is
available. The loop closure detector has a fixed
threshold with hysteresis. The ring trip detector
requires a single-pole filter, thus minimizing external
components required.
The dc current limit is set and fixed by a logic-control-
lable pin. Ground or open applied to this pin sets the
current limit at the low or high value.
The device is offered with differential ringing and
receive input, making it ideal for direct interface to
DOCSIS compliant cable modem gateway products.




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L9500A
High-Voltage Ringing SLIC for VoIP Applications
Table of Contents
Preliminary Data Sheet
September 2001
Contents
Page
L9500A Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................1
Features ..................................................................................................................................................................1
Applications............................................................................................................................................................. 1
Description ..............................................................................................................................................................1
Features ....................................................................................................................................................................4
Description................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Architecture Diagram.................................................................................................................................................6
Pin Information ..........................................................................................................................................................7
Operating States........................................................................................................................................................9
State Definitions ......................................................................................................................................................10
Forward Active ......................................................................................................................................................10
Reverse Active ......................................................................................................................................................10
Scan ......................................................................................................................................................................10
On-Hook Transmission—Forward Battery ............................................................................................................10
On-Hook Transmission—Reverse Battery ............................................................................................................10
Disconnect ............................................................................................................................................................10
Ring ....................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Ground Start .........................................................................................................................................................10
Thermal Shutdown ................................................................................................................................................10
Absolute Maximum Ratings (@ TA = 25 °C) ............................................................................................................11
Electrical Characteristics .........................................................................................................................................12
Test Configurations .................................................................................................................................................19
Applications .............................................................................................................................................................21
Power Control .......................................................................................................................................................21
dc Loop Current Limit............................................................................................................................................22
Overhead Voltage .................................................................................................................................................22
Active Mode .......................................................................................................................................................22
Scan Mode .........................................................................................................................................................22
On-Hook Transmission Mode.............................................................................................................................22
Ring Mode ..........................................................................................................................................................22
Loop Range ..........................................................................................................................................................22
Battery Reversal Rate ...........................................................................................................................................23
Supervision ...........................................................................................................................................................23
Loop Closure.........................................................................................................................................................23
Ring Trip ...............................................................................................................................................................23
Ground Start .........................................................................................................................................................23
Power Ring ...........................................................................................................................................................24
Sine Wave Input Signal and Sine Wave Power Ring Signal Output ..................................................................24
ac Applications ........................................................................................................................................................25
ac Parameters.......................................................................................................................................................25
Design Examples ..................................................................................................................................................26
First-Generation Codec ac Interface Network—Resistive Termination..............................................................26
Broadcom 3352 Interface Network........................................................................................................ .............26
Outline Diagrams.....................................................................................................................................................28
28-Pin PLCC .........................................................................................................................................................28
48-Pin MLCC ........................................................................................................................................................29
48-Pin MLCC, JEDEC MO-220 VKKD-2...............................................................................................................30
Ordering Information ...............................................................................................................................................31
2 Agere Systems Inc.


Part Number L9500A
Description High-Voltage Ringing SLIC
Maker Agere Systems
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