firewire with MPC8xx/82xx

Started by Maurice de Bellefontaine in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

Hi I should implement fire wire for a MPC860 or 8250(motorola) board. Has someone experience with 1394 (firewire) connected with...

Hi I should implement fire wire for a MPC860 or 8250(motorola) board. Has someone experience with 1394 (firewire) connected with motorola controller? Thanks


PC/104 plus bus communication with FPGA using Xilinx IPCore

Started by awa in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has ever use FPGA to communicate with another board that use PC/104 plus bus as the interface? To give a better...

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has ever use FPGA to communicate with another board that use PC/104 plus bus as the interface? To give a better view, I have one firewire board that uses a PCI-to-1394 host chip and another board that has an FPGA on it. I would like to control the firewire by using the FPGA. Does anyone has any suggestion on how to do this? I've tried using Xilinx PCi IPCor...


firewire slave processors

Started by Robert Lacoste in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

Another question on firewire : Who knows what are the available firewire interface chips (slave side) ? Is there any microcontroller with...

Another question on firewire : Who knows what are the available firewire interface chips (slave side) ? Is there any microcontroller with firewire interface built in, as we have for the usb (like Cypress's FX) ? Many thanks, Robert Lacoste - ALCIOM http://www.alciom.com


Any Microcontroller with integrated IEEE1394?

Started by Roland Zitzke in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I was wondering if there's any microcontroller with built-in 1394 support i.e. with the appropriate hardware connectivity and a firewire...

Hi, I was wondering if there's any microcontroller with built-in 1394 support i.e. with the appropriate hardware connectivity and a firewire stack in firmware? Google just gave me that MindReady solution which appears to be quite expensive. Thanks in advance Roland


MCU with IEEE-1394 peripheral ?

Started by Anton Erasmus in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 9 replies

Hi, I have been looking at various options for communicating between a PC and an MCU. The typical peripherals on a PC today is of course...

Hi, I have been looking at various options for communicating between a PC and an MCU. The typical peripherals on a PC today is of course USB, Ethernet and one that seems to be mostly forgotten in the embedded word - IEEE-1394. The actual specifications for IEEE-1394 is too expensive for me, so I have been reading what I could find regarding this interface. From a software point of view it ...


about ohci 1394 driver

Started by hu in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 2 replies

hi, i am writting ohci 1394 driver. I have read the source code in linux kernel, it's very complicated. I initialize the TI ohci controller like...

hi, i am writting ohci 1394 driver. I have read the source code in linux kernel, it's very complicated. I initialize the TI ohci controller like linux(But not initialize the DMA context), install the interrupt handler. I think there will be a interrupt when I reset the 1394 bus, but no. the ohci 1394 driver is very complicated, can any one give me some information about it. any tips will be...


1394 address and memory address.

Started by huxuelei in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 3 replies

Hi, I just have another question about 1394 address? what is the relationship between 1394 adddress and memory address? ...

Hi, I just have another question about 1394 address? what is the relationship between 1394 adddress and memory address? --------------------------------------- Posted through http://www.EmbeddedRelated.com


Firewire interface with MPC8347

Started by RTOSCPU in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I am implementing firewire interface with MPC8347 Microcontroller using VxWorks RTOS. I am using TI's TSB43AB23 firewire OHCI link/PHY...

Hi, I am implementing firewire interface with MPC8347 Microcontroller using VxWorks RTOS. I am using TI's TSB43AB23 firewire OHCI link/PHY layer controller which is connected to MPC8347 using PCI Interface. Both TSB43Ab23 and MPC8347 are configured as PCI master and only these 2 devices are present on PCI bus. When I connect a Firewire Simulator/Analyzer to TSB43Ab23 I am able to receive SelfI...


firewire chip set

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 5 replies

hi i need more info about : **firewire **firewire chip set please if every 1 contribute a bit i'll reach my aim please if u can add pic (...

hi i need more info about : **firewire **firewire chip set please if every 1 contribute a bit i'll reach my aim please if u can add pic ( add its url if u cant post it )


power on firewire port ?

Started by Robert Lacoste in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 7 replies

There is power available on the 6-pin firewire connectors, but how much ? Does the standard gives a precise guaranteed minimum available power...

There is power available on the 6-pin firewire connectors, but how much ? Does the standard gives a precise guaranteed minimum available power (shared by the slaves of course) ? Thanks for your help, Robert Lacoste - ALCIOM http://www.alciom.com


embedded Firewire

Started by Michael Schuster in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I'm searching for a embedded Firwire hardware. I know the TI controller, but wwonder if there is a cool web page to start with the basiscs...

Hi, I'm searching for a embedded Firwire hardware. I know the TI controller, but wwonder if there is a cool web page to start with the basiscs of Firewire, eespecially for a start in an embedded system. Thanks for any hint, Michael -- Remove the sport from my address to obtain email www.enertex.de - Innovative Systeml?sungen der Energie- und Elektrotechnik


firewire < > digital audio

Started by martin griffith in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

Just looking for some generic for firewire hardware to and from multichannel digital audio, preferably off the shelf. 48K 24 bit stuff. Been to...

Just looking for some generic for firewire hardware to and from multichannel digital audio, preferably off the shelf. 48K 24 bit stuff. Been to TI.com, nothing obvious, I gave up on philips,, google had alot of irrelevant stuff. I'm just working on a concept, and I'm trying to find out how bad/easy it is! It's just an idea for getting audio in and out of a PC to my POS, so a few pointe...


High speed USB and/or Firewire controllers?

Started by David Brown in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 9 replies

I'm working on a board that will need to be able to send a lot of data to a PC. I've already got a 100 MBit ethernet controller, but we are...

I'm working on a board that will need to be able to send a lot of data to a PC. I've already got a 100 MBit ethernet controller, but we are also looking at high speed (480 MBits) USB and Firewire as options. There is an fpga on the board, so I'm quite flexible about connections. Does anyone have any ideas as to what sort of controllers are readily available? Also, I'd be very interested a...


Firewire device evaluation kit?

Started by Klaus Hitschler in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

I'm looking for a Firewire (IEEE1394) evaluation kit to learn about device design and software interface (not host design). My planned hardware...

I'm looking for a Firewire (IEEE1394) evaluation kit to learn about device design and software interface (not host design). My planned hardware should work without processor and the interface to the attached device should be as simple as possible (e.g. a FIFO or RAM or port interface). Does anybody know about such an eval kit?


i am new to pc104 --- Help

Started by adi in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

is there any one who manufacture pc104 with pentium 4 and firewire , Pci slot. if so can you refer me to his web page? or correct me if i am...

is there any one who manufacture pc104 with pentium 4 and firewire , Pci slot. if so can you refer me to his web page? or correct me if i am wrong. thanks alot anahmany


OXUF922 and stream packets

Started by AndiM in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

Hello! Currently I'm trying to send stream packets (firewire) with the OXUF922. The Hardware Reference Manual that I have does not give any...

Hello! Currently I'm trying to send stream packets (firewire) with the OXUF922. The Hardware Reference Manual that I have does not give any clue on how to do this. I wonder if someone already did this and can give me some hints. TIA, Andreas


Development of a distributed system based on firewire- advice needed...

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 4 replies

Hello, I am comparatively new to the embedded world and hope to find here some advices and inspirations and maybe answers to the many...

Hello, I am comparatively new to the embedded world and hope to find here some advices and inspirations and maybe answers to the many questions I have. I am going to develop a distributed application with the following characteristics. A central control programme (probably on a PC) shall talk with a number of embedded devices (microcontroller with sensors and actuators etc.) and the tra...


Marginally OT: Firewire interface

Started by Don Y in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago

Hi, I have an external FW drive connected to one of my workstations. I seldom use the drive. Yet, whenever the machine is booted, the FW...

Hi, I have an external FW drive connected to one of my workstations. I seldom use the drive. Yet, whenever the machine is booted, the FW drive spins up. If I remember, I then manually spin it down. Drive is not receiving *power* from the interface so the spinup is just the result of the PC telling it to spin up. Is there something *in* the drive that I can "switch" to prevent this ...


About IEEE1394 address space.

Started by huxuelei in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I have been troubled by the IEEE1394 address space for a long time. How to use the lowwer 48bit address space? I use the ubCore's command...

Hi, I have been troubled by the IEEE1394 address space for a long time. How to use the lowwer 48bit address space? I use the ubCore's command line tool to read from a 1394 adapter, use the address like 0xFFFF00000000, but the tool told me the address can not be read.But I can read from 0xFFFFF0000404 which defined in CSR. I am so confused about the address problem. Please give me some ti...


Notebooks that still have legacy ports

Started by SMS in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 22 replies

Anyone know any current models, besides these, that still have serial and/parallel ports? Serial/Parallel 1. Fujitsu Lifebook E8110 ...

Anyone know any current models, besides these, that still have serial and/parallel ports? Serial/Parallel 1. Fujitsu Lifebook E8110 Drawbacks: No 1394, UMA graphics Serial 1. Dell D620 2. Dell D820 3. Dell D520 Drawbacks: UMA graphics 4. HP Compaq nc8430 Drawbacks: No IrDA