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STPC4EDBI Datasheet(PDF) 18 Page - STMicroelectronics

Part No. STPC4EDBI
Description  X86 Core PC Compatible Information Appliance System-on-Chip
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PIN DESCRIPTION
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Release 1.5 - January 29, 2002
master or an ISA master cycles by the STPC
Consumer-II. ALE is driven low after reset.
MEMR# Memory Read. This is the memory read
command signal of the ISA bus. It is used as an
input when an ISA master owns the bus and is an
output at all other times.
The MEMR# signal is active during refresh.
MEMW#
Memory Write. This is the memory write
command signal of the ISA bus. It is used as an
input when an ISA master owns the bus and is an
output at all other times.
SMEMR#
System Memory Read. The STPC
Consumer-II generates SMEMR# signal of the
ISA bus only when the address is below one
megabyte or the cycle is a refresh cycle.
SMEMW# System Memory Write. The STPC
Consumer-II generates the SMEMW# signal of
the ISA bus only when the address is below one
megabyte.
IOR# I/O Read. This is the IO read command
signal of the ISA bus. It is an input when an ISA
master owns the bus and is an output at all other
times.
IOW#
I/O Write. This is the IO write command
signal of the ISA bus. It is an input when an ISA
master owns the bus and is an output at all other
times.
MCS16# Memory Chip Select16. This is the
decode of LA23-17 address pins of the ISA
address bus without any qualification of the
command signal lines. MCS16# is always an
input. The STPC Consumer-II ignores this signal
during IO and refresh cycles.
IOCS16#
IO Chip Select16. This signal is the
decode of SA15-0 address pins of the ISA
address bus without any qualification of the
command signals. The STPC Consumer-II does
not drive IOCS16# (similar to PC-AT design). An
ISA master access to an internal register of the
STPC Consumer-II is executed as an extended 8-
bit IO cycle.
BHE#
System Bus High Enable. This signal, when
asserted, indicates that a data byte is being
transferred on SD15-8 lines. It is used as an input
when an ISA master owns the bus and is an
output at all other times.
ZWS#
Zero Wait State. This signal, when assert-
ed by an addressed device, indicates that the cur-
rent cycle can be shortened.
REF# Refresh Cycle. This is the refresh command
signal of the ISA bus. It is driven as an output
when the STPC Consumer-II performs a refresh
cycle on the ISA bus. It is used as an input when
an ISA master owns the bus and is used to trigger
a refresh cycle.
The STPC Consumer-II performs a pseudo
hidden refresh. It requests the host bus for two
host clocks to drive the refresh address and
capture it in external buffers. The host bus is then
relinquished while the refresh cycle continues on
the ISA bus.
MASTER#
Add On Card Owns Bus. This signal is
active when an ISA device has been granted bus
ownership.
AEN Address Enable. Address Enable is enabled
when the DMA controller is the bus owner to
indicate that a DMA transfer will occur. The
enabling of the signal indicates to IO devices to
ignore
the
IOR#/IOW#
signal
during
DMA
transfers.
IOCHCK#
IO Channel Check. IO Channel Check
is enabled by any ISA device to signal an error
condition that can not be corrected. The NMI
signal becomes active on seeing IOCHCK# active
if the corresponding bit in Port B is enabled.
IOCHRDY
Channel Ready. IOCHRDY is the IO
channel ready signal of the ISA bus and is driven
as an output in response to an ISA master cycle
targeted to the host bus or an internal register of
the STPC Consumer-II. The STPC Consumer-II
monitors this signal as an input when performing
an ISA cycle on behalf of the host CPU, DMA
master or refresh.
ISA masters which do not monitor IOCHRDY are
not guaranteed to work with the STPC Consumer-
II since the access to the system memory can be
considerably delayed due UMA architecture.
ISAOE#
Bidirectional OE Control. This signal
controls the OE signal of the external transceiver
that connects the IDE DD bus and ISA SA bus.
GPIOCS# I/O General Purpose Chip Select. This
output signal is used by the external latch on ISA
bus to latch the data on the SD[7:0] bus. The latch
can be use by PMU unit to control the external
peripheral devices or any other desired function.
IRQ_MUX[3:0]
Multiplexed Interrupt Request.
These are the ISA bus interrupt signals. They
have to be encoded before connection to the
STPC Consumer-II using ISACLK and ISACLKX2
as the input selection strobes.
Note
that
IRQ8B,
which
by
convention
is
connected to the RTC, is inverted before being
sent to the interrupt controller, so that it may be
connected directly to the IRQ pin of the RTC.
DREQ_MUX[1:0] ISA Bus
Multiplexed DMA
Request. These are the ISA bus DMA request
signals.
They
are
to
be
encoded
before
connection to the STPC Consumer-II using


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