Single-Ended Input Configuration
Differential Input Configuration
M-8888 functions consist of a high-performance
DTMF receiver with an internal gain setting amplifier
and a DTMF generator that contains a tone burst
counter for generating precise tone bursts and paus-
es. The call progress mode, when selected, allows the
detection of call progress tones. A standard 8051,
8086/8 series microprocessor interface allows access
to an internal status register, two control registers, and
two data registers.
ing the amplifier inputs at VDD/2. Provisions are made
for the connection of a feedback resistor to the op-amp
output (GS) for gain adjustment. In a single-ended
configuration, the input pins should be connected as
shown in the Single-Ended Input Configuration above.
Differential Input Configuration above shows the nec-
essary connections for a differential input configura-
The input arrangement consists of a differential input
operational amplifier and bias sources (VREF) for bias-
The low and high group tones are separated by apply-
ing the DTMF signal to the inputs of two sixth-order
Noninverting op-amp input.
Inverting op-amp input.
Gain select. Gives access to output of front end differential amplifier for connection of feedback resistor.
Reference voltage output. Nominally VDD/2 is used to bias inputs at mid-rail.
Negative power supply input.
DTMF clock/oscillator input.
Clock output. A 3.5795 MHz crystal connected between OSC1 and OSC2 completes the internal oscillator circuit.
Dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) output.
Write input. A low on this pin when CS is low enables data transfer from the microprocessor. TTL compatible.
Chip select. TTL input (CS = 0 to select the chip).
Register select input. See Internal Register Functions on page 7. TTL compatible.
Read input. A low on this pin when CS is low enables data transfer to the microprocessor. TTL compatible..
Interrupt request to microprocessor (open-drain output). Also, when call progress (CP) mode has been selected and
interrupt enabled, the IRQ/CP pin will output a rectangular wave signal representative of the input signal applied at the
input op-amp. The input signal must be within the bandwidth limits of the call progress filter. See Timing Diagrams on
Microprocessor data bus. TTL compatible.
Early steering output. Presents a logic high once the digital algorithm has detected a valid tone pair (signal condition).
Any momentary loss of signal condition will cause ESt to return to a logic low.
Steering input/guard time output (bidirectional). A voltage greater than VTSt detected at St causes the device to register
the detected tone pair and update the output latch. A voltage less than VTSt frees the device to accept a new tone pair. The
GT output acts to reset the external steering time-constant; its state is a function of ESt and the voltage on St.
Positive power supply input.