XECOM XE2476 Datasheet

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XE2476

3-8-94

2400 bps Plug-In Upgrade to CH1776

Description

Xecom's XE2476 is a low cost, 2400 bit per second plug-in upgrade to the 1200 bps CH1776. The XE2476 features the same pin configuration, lead spacing and case size as the CH1776. It also includes its own user transferable FCC Part 68 registration. Industry standard "AT" commands provide modem control and configuration. The XE2476 was specifically designed to provide users of the CH1776 a quick, easy and low cost upgrade to 2400 bits per second. Most OEM's currently using the CH1776 can use the XE2476 to upgrade their systems from 1200 bps to 2400 bps without alterring the existing design.

Block Diagram

Features

Supported Protocols: V.22bis, V.22, V.21, Bell 212A and 103

Pin compatible with the 1200bps CH1776

Command set: "AT" command set for modem control and configuration.

Identical physical dimensions to CH1776: 2.00 inches long, 1.125 inches wide, 0.44 inches high.

Single +5V supply

Low power CMOS: Operating: 250 mW (Typ.) Sleep mode: 50 mW (Typ.)

PIN CONFIGURATION

/HS

1

18

RI

/CMD

2

17

GND

/AAD

3

16

VCC

/DCD

4

 

 

/DTR

5

 

 

D/V

6

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OHO

7

 

(Top View)

 

RXD

8

 

 

 

TXD

9

 

 

TEST

10

 

 

SPK

11

 

 

VO

12

 

 

VI

13

 

 

15 RING

14 TIP

XE2476 Mechanical Specifications

 

INCHES

METRIC(MM)

 

 

 

 

 

PIN

MIN

MAX

MIN

MAX

A

1.990

2.010

50.55

51.05

B

1.115

1.135

28.32

28.83

C

0.420

0.430

10.67

10.92

D

0.100

0.120

2.54

3.05

E

0.890

0.910

22.61

23.11

F

0.090

0.110

2.29

2.79

G

0.090

0.110

2.29

2.79

H

0.190

0.210

4.83

5.33

I

0.020

0.025

0.51

0.64

J

0.125

0.200

3.18

5.08

 

 

 

 

 

Pins = Ø0.025 square pin

All pins tin-plated

Pin Descriptions

PIN

NAME

I/O

DESCRIPTION

1

\HS

O

High Speed indicator, output, active LO, TTL/CMOS. Low when

 

 

 

operating at 2400bps rate, high otherwise.

2

\CMD

-

Command Enable is not supported on the XE2476. This pin is open

 

 

 

internally.

3

\AAD

-

The Automatic Answer Disable pin is not supported in the XE2476.

 

 

 

Register S0 controls automatic answer operation.

4

\DCD

O

The operation of Data Carrier Detect is controlled by the &C command.

 

 

 

DCD may be configured to remain active, DCD low, or may go low to

 

 

 

indicate receipt of valid carrier.

5

\DTR

I

Data Terminal Ready is an active low input The function of this pin is

 

 

 

set by the &D command and the value in register S21. Normally, the

 

 

 

modem ignores DTR.

 

 

 

 

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PIN

NAME

I/O

DESCRIPTION

6

D/V

O

The Data/Voice output can be used to drive a relay to connect an

 

 

 

auxiliary telephone handset. Data/Voice is high when the modem is off-

 

 

 

hook.

7

OH

O

Off-hook is an active high output which indicates that the XE2476 is

 

 

 

connected to the telephone line.

8

RXD

O

Received Data provides the serial data output from the modem. A logic

 

 

 

"high" represents a "mark" and a logic "low" represents a "space".

9

TXD

I

Transmit data provides the serial data input from the host. A logic

 

 

 

"high" represents a "mark" and a low represents a"space", TTL.

10

Test

-

The Test pin should be left unconnected at all times.

11

SPK

O

Audio output to the speaker. Function is determined by L & M

 

 

 

commands . This output cannot directly drive a low impedence

 

 

 

speaker. It can drive a 50k ohm load.

12

VO

O

The Modem Line Interface permits placement of non-modem signals on

 

 

 

the telephone line through the modem's telephone interface. VO must

 

 

 

be tied to VI for normal modem operation and open to place non-

 

 

 

modem signals on the line through VI.

13

VI

I

Voice Interface provides a path for non-modem signals to be placed on

 

 

 

the telephone line through the modem's telephone interface. VI must

 

 

 

be tied to VO for modem operation. Non-modem signals are placed on

 

 

 

VO to be placed on the telephone line.

14

TIP

Tip connection to the phone line(RJ11 pin3) from the internal DAA.

15

RING

Ring connection to the phone line(RJ11 pin4) from the internal DAA.

 

 

 

Caution: Observe design rules for Tip & Ring trace layout

16

Vcc

+5 Volt power for the modem.

17

GND

Ground reference for the modem.

18

RI

O

Ring Indicator provides an active high output whenever a ring signal

 

 

 

appears on the telephone line.

 

 

 

 

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AT Commands

The XE2476 uses "AT" commands for configuration and control. This section describes use of the AT command format and lists the AT commands, Registers and Result codes used.

Modes of Operation

The "AT" commands have two operational modes; Command Mode and Data Mode.

Data Mode: The XE2476 enters data mode after it connects with a remote modem and issues an appropriate "CONNECT" result code. In the Data Mode the modem sends all data presented on Transmit Data (TXD) to the remote modem and puts data from the remote modem onto Received Data (RXD). When the modem exits data mode, it issues a "NO CARRIER" result code.

Command Mode: The XE2476 enters command mode on power-up, reset, a lost connection, or receipt of the escape code. In command mode the modem accepts commands from the host on transmit data. Appropriate result codes are returned on received data.

Command Line Format

Command lines issued to the modem follow a strict format. Each command begins with the prefix AT. The command line is stored in the command buffer and executed upon receipt of a carriage return. Until executed, the command line can be editied with the backspace key.

Command Prefix - Each command, except the A/ command, begins with the AT prefix. The "A" and "T" may be either both upper case or both lower case but cannot be of different cases. The prefix identifies the speed and parity of the commands sent to the modem by the host. Speed is determined by measuring the width of the incoming bits. Parity is determined by comparing the parity bit of the "A" and the "T."

Command Line - Commands may be strung together in a single command line of up to 40 characters. Commands are executed in the sequence they appear. Spaces may be inserted into the command line but do not fill space in the command buffer. A carriage return terminates the command line and causes the commands to be executed. Register S3 allows the user to select a character other than a carriage return to terminate the command line.

Command Buffer - No more than 40 characters, including the AT prefix, may be loaded into the command buffer. If the command buffer overflows, the modem issues an "ERROR" result code and commands are not executed.

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