CDB6422 Datasheet: Enhanced Full-Duplex Speakerphone IC





CDB6422 Enhanced Full-Duplex Speakerphone IC Datasheet

Part Number CDB6422
Description Enhanced Full-Duplex Speakerphone IC
Manufacture Cirrus Logic
Total Page 30 Pages
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Features: www.DataSheet4U.com CS6422 CS6422 Enhan ced Enhanced Full-Duplex Full-duplex Sp eakerphone Speakerphone IC IC Features l Single-chip, General Description Mos t modern speakerphones use half-duplex operation, which alternates transmissio n between the far-end talker and the sp eakerphone user. This is done to ensure stability because the acoustic couplin g between the speaker and microphone is much higher in speakerphones than in h andsets where the coupling is mechanica lly suppressed. The CS6422 enables full -duplex conversation using echo cancell ation and suppression in a single-chip solution. The CS6422 can easily replace existing half-duplex speakerphone ICs with a huge increase in conversation qu ality. The CS6422 consists of telephone & audio interfaces, two codecs and an echo-cancelling DSP. ORDERING INFORMATI ON See page 48. CS6422-IS -40o to 85oC 20-pin SOIC CDB6422 Evaluation Board f ull-duplex, hands-free operation l Opti onal Tx Noise Guard l Programmable attenuation during double-ta.

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Features
l Single-chip, full-duplex, hands-free operation
l Optional Tx Noise Guard
l Programmable attenuation during double-talk
l Optional 34 dB microphone preamplifier
l Dual channel AGC’ed volume controls with
mute
l Dual integrated 80 dB IDR codecs
l Speech-trained Network and Acoustic Echo
Cancellers
l Rx and Tx supplementary echo suppression
l Configurable half-duplex training mode
l Powerdown mode
l Microcontroller Interface
General Description
Most modern speakerphones use half-duplex operation,
which alternates transmission between the far-end talker
and the speakerphone user. This is done to ensure sta-
bility because the acoustic coupling between the
speaker and microphone is much higher in speaker-
phones than in handsets where the coupling is
mechanically suppressed.
The CS6422 enables full-duplex conversation using
echo cancellation and suppression in a single-chip solu-
tion. The CS6422 can easily replace existing half-duplex
speakerphone ICs with a huge increase in conversation
quality.
The CS6422 consists of telephone & audio interfaces,
two codecs and an echo-cancelling DSP.
ORDERING INFORMATION
See page 48.
CS6422-IS -40o to 85oC 20-pin SOIC
CDB6422 Evaluation Board
NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4
DVDD
AVDD
NI 17
RGain
9
ADC
(0, 6, 9.5, 12 dB)
Network
Sidetone
(none, -24, NSdt
-18, -12 dB)
NO 4
DAC
10 11 12
16
RVol
+
Σ
+-
Rx
Suppression
(Mute, -12 to +30 dB)
Pre-emphasis
Network
Filter
Echo
Canceller
Pre-emphasis
Filter
Tx
Suppression
Acoustic
Echo
Canceller
TVol - +
Σ+
1
DAC
Acoustic
ASdt Sidetone
(none, -24,
-18, -12 dB)
ADC
TGain
3
AO
Clock
Generation
14
CLKI
13
CLKO
Mic
20
API
34 dB
1 k
18
APO
Microcontroller Interface
(Mute, -12 to +30 dB)
(0, 6, 9.5, 12 dB)
Voltage
Reference
8765
15
2
19
Preliminary Product Information
This document contains information for a new product.
Cirrus Logic reserves the right to modify this product without notice.
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(512) 445 7222 FAX: (512) 445 7581
http://www.cirrus.com
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