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Rene Harder
There's another component for review.

U2  DFBM-CS320 Bluetooth module

I grouped the pins so that it made sense to me. Let me know what you think.
Datasheet: http://www.china-jtty.com/pdf/lymz/DFBM-CS322-060301.pdf

Rene

Index: components/dfbm-cs320.lib
===================================================================
--- components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
+++ components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+EESchema-LIBRARY Version 2.3  Date: Do 28 Mai 2009 16:04:56 CDT
+#
+# DFBM-CS320
+#
+DEF DFBM-CS320 U 0 40 Y Y 1 F N
+F0 "U" 0 100 60 H V C CNN
+F1 "DFBM-CS320" 0 -100 60 H V C CNN
+DRAW
+S 1250 -1100 -1250 1100 0 1 0 N
+X RESET_B 19 -825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 I
+X VDD(3.15) 1 -625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X V_REG 2 -525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X VDD(1.8) 3 -425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X XTAL(IN) 35 -50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
+X XTAL(OUT) 34 50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
+X GND 8 425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 w
+X GND 10 525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 w
+X GND 18 625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 w
+X GND 28 725 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 w
+X GND 36 825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 w
+X PCM(SYNC) 26 1450 -525 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(CLK) 25 1450 -425 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(OUT) 27 1450 -325 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X PCM(IN) 24 1450 -225 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X AIO(0) 33 1450 0 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SBI(CSB) 17 1450 250 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(CLK) 16 1450 350 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MISO) 15 1450 450 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MOSI) 14 1450 550 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(10) 6 -1450 -350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(9) 11 -1450 -250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(5) 20 -1450 -150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(4) 21 -1450 -50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(3) 13 -1450 50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(2) 12 -1450 150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(1) 4 -1450 250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(0) 5 -1450 350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X ANT 9 -800 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D-) 23 -550 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D+) 22 -450 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X AUX_DAC 7 0 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(RTS) 29 475 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(TX) 30 575 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(CTS) 31 675 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
+X UART(RX) 32 775 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
+ENDDRAW
+ENDDEF
+#
+#End Library


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Re: another Symbol: BT Module

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Rene Harder wrote:
> There's another component for review.
>
> U2  DFBM-CS320 Bluetooth module
>
> I grouped the pins so that it made sense to me. Let me know what you think.

Thanks a lot!

You're doing a good job here!. I'll review it as soon as possible (and add to SVN unless others do it first).

Best regards,

Álvaro


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Re: another Symbol: BT Module

Rene Harder
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update!
changed pin GND -> power in

Rene

Rene Harder wrote:

> There's another component for review.
>
> U2  DFBM-CS320 Bluetooth module
>
> I grouped the pins so that it made sense to me. Let me know what you think.
> Datasheet: http://www.china-jtty.com/pdf/lymz/DFBM-CS322-060301.pdf
>
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Index: components/dfbm-cs320.lib
===================================================================
--- components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
+++ components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+EESchema-LIBRARY Version 2.3  Date: Fr 29 Mai 2009 17:20:04 CDT
+#
+# DFBM-CS320
+#
+DEF DFBM-CS320 U 0 40 Y Y 1 F N
+F0 "U" 0 100 60 H V C CNN
+F1 "DFBM-CS320" 0 -100 60 H V C CNN
+DRAW
+S 1250 -1100 -1250 1100 0 1 0 N
+X RESET_B 19 -825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 I
+X VDD(3.15) 1 -625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X V_REG 2 -525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X VDD(1.8) 3 -425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X XTAL(IN) 35 -50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
+X XTAL(OUT) 34 50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
+X GND 8 425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 10 525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 18 625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 28 725 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 36 825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X PCM(SYNC) 26 1450 -525 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(CLK) 25 1450 -425 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(OUT) 27 1450 -325 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X PCM(IN) 24 1450 -225 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X AIO(0) 33 1450 0 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SBI(CSB) 17 1450 250 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(CLK) 16 1450 350 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MISO) 15 1450 450 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MOSI) 14 1450 550 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(10) 6 -1450 -350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(9) 11 -1450 -250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(5) 20 -1450 -150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(4) 21 -1450 -50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(3) 13 -1450 50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(2) 12 -1450 150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(1) 4 -1450 250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(0) 5 -1450 350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X ANT 9 -800 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D-) 23 -550 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D+) 22 -450 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
+X AUX_DAC 7 0 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(RTS) 29 475 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(TX) 30 575 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(CTS) 31 675 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
+X UART(RX) 32 775 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
+ENDDRAW
+ENDDEF
+#
+#End Library

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Re: another Symbol: BT Module

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?lvaro Lopes wrote:
> You're doing a good job here!. I'll review it as soon as possible
> (and add to SVN unless others do it first).

Fire away ! :) I should be afk for the next 24 hours or so.

- Werner

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Rene Harder wrote:
> update!
> changed pin GND -> power in

Hi Rene,

just some notes about the symbol:

* GND pins should preferably be at the bottom, not at the top.
* Pins should be aligned to the 50mil grid.
* Do we need all those non-power pins to be at top/bottom, instead of left/right ? Makes symbol a bit confuse.

I've not yet added it to SVN, will do as soon as you reply.

Thanks again, and keep on the good work!

Álvaro

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Re: another Symbol: BT Module

Rene Harder
Hi Álvaro,

Thanks for you comments.

Álvaro Lopes wrote:

> Rene Harder wrote:
>  
>> update!
>> changed pin GND -> power in
>>    
>
> Hi Rene,
>
> just some notes about the symbol:
>
> * GND pins should preferably be at the bottom, not at the top.
>  
I've changed that.

Do we always follow this rule? How about connectors.
I'm almost done with the WLAN connector.I haven't grouped the pins
though. I just went straight with the pin number 1,2,3,4 ...16,17,18.
Now VDD and GND are at the top sides of the symbol. If i move the GND
pins to the bottom it will break the order. any suggestions?
> * Pins should be aligned to the 50mil grid.
>  
Okay, I'll keep that in mind.

> * Do we need all those non-power pins to be at top/bottom, instead of left/right ? Makes symbol a bit confuse.
>  
Not necessarily, I  moved them to the side. Actually with the most pins
on the side i could reduce the size of the symbol a  bit  :-D .


DFBM-CS320-update-update2.diff : diffs to the previous version.
DFBM-CS320-update02.lib.diff : complete lib


Rene
> I've not yet added it to SVN, will do as soon as you reply.
>
> Thanks again, and keep on the good work!
>
> Álvaro
>
>  


Index: components/dfbm-cs320.lib
===================================================================
--- components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
+++ components/dfbm-cs320.lib (revision 0)
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+EESchema-LIBRARY Version 2.3  Date: Mi 03 Jun 2009 11:26:44 CDT
+#
+# DFBM-CS320
+#
+DEF DFBM-CS320 U 0 40 Y Y 1 F N
+F0 "U" 0 100 60 H V C CNN
+F1 "DFBM-CS320" 0 -100 60 H V C CNN
+DRAW
+S 1250 1000 -1250 -1000 0 1 0 N
+X VDD(3.15) 1 -100 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X V_REG 2 0 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X VDD(1.8) 3 100 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X ANT 9 1450 -900 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D-) 23 1450 -700 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D+) 22 1450 -600 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X UART(RTS) 29 1450 -400 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(TX) 30 1450 -300 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(CTS) 31 1450 -200 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X UART(RX) 32 1450 -100 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X PCM(SYNC) 26 1450 100 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(CLK) 25 1450 200 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(OUT) 27 1450 300 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X PCM(IN) 24 1450 400 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X SBI(CSB) 17 1450 600 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(CLK) 16 1450 700 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MISO) 15 1450 800 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MOSI) 14 1450 900 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X AIO(0) 33 -1450 -800 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X AUX_DAC 7 -1450 -600 200 R 50 50 1 1 O
+X XTAL(OUT) 34 -1450 -400 200 R 50 50 1 1 P
+X XTAL(IN) 35 -1450 -300 200 R 50 50 1 1 P
+X PIO(10) 6 -1450 -100 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(9) 11 -1450 0 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(5) 20 -1450 100 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(4) 21 -1450 200 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(3) 13 -1450 300 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(2) 12 -1450 400 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(1) 4 -1450 500 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(0) 5 -1450 600 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X RESET_B 19 -1450 800 200 R 50 50 1 1 I
+X GND 8 -200 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 10 -100 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 18 0 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 28 100 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 36 200 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+ENDDRAW
+ENDDEF
+#
+#End Library

--- components/dfbm-cs320.lib.old 2009-06-03 11:33:02.000000000 -0500
+++ components/dfbm-cs320.lib 2009-06-03 11:26:44.000000000 -0500
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-EESchema-LIBRARY Version 2.3  Date: Fr 29 Mai 2009 17:20:04 CDT
+EESchema-LIBRARY Version 2.3  Date: Mi 03 Jun 2009 11:26:44 CDT
 #
 # DFBM-CS320
 #
@@ -6,43 +6,43 @@
 F0 "U" 0 100 60 H V C CNN
 F1 "DFBM-CS320" 0 -100 60 H V C CNN
 DRAW
-S 1250 -1100 -1250 1100 0 1 0 N
-X RESET_B 19 -825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 I
-X VDD(3.15) 1 -625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X V_REG 2 -525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X VDD(1.8) 3 -425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X XTAL(IN) 35 -50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
-X XTAL(OUT) 34 50 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 P
-X GND 8 425 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X GND 10 525 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X GND 18 625 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X GND 28 725 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X GND 36 825 1300 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
-X PCM(SYNC) 26 1450 -525 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X PCM(CLK) 25 1450 -425 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X PCM(OUT) 27 1450 -325 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
-X PCM(IN) 24 1450 -225 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
-X AIO(0) 33 1450 0 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X SBI(CSB) 17 1450 250 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X SPI(CLK) 16 1450 350 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X SPI(MISO) 15 1450 450 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X SPI(MOSI) 14 1450 550 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(10) 6 -1450 -350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(9) 11 -1450 -250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(5) 20 -1450 -150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(4) 21 -1450 -50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(3) 13 -1450 50 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(2) 12 -1450 150 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(1) 4 -1450 250 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X PIO(0) 5 -1450 350 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
-X ANT 9 -800 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
-X USB(D-) 23 -550 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
-X USB(D+) 22 -450 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 B
-X AUX_DAC 7 0 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
-X UART(RTS) 29 475 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
-X UART(TX) 30 575 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 O
-X UART(CTS) 31 675 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
-X UART(RX) 32 775 -1300 200 U 50 50 1 1 I
+S 1250 1000 -1250 -1000 0 1 0 N
+X VDD(3.15) 1 -100 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X V_REG 2 0 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X VDD(1.8) 3 100 1200 200 D 50 50 1 1 W
+X ANT 9 1450 -900 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D-) 23 1450 -700 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X USB(D+) 22 1450 -600 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X UART(RTS) 29 1450 -400 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(TX) 30 1450 -300 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X UART(CTS) 31 1450 -200 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X UART(RX) 32 1450 -100 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X PCM(SYNC) 26 1450 100 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(CLK) 25 1450 200 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X PCM(OUT) 27 1450 300 200 L 50 50 1 1 O
+X PCM(IN) 24 1450 400 200 L 50 50 1 1 I
+X SBI(CSB) 17 1450 600 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(CLK) 16 1450 700 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MISO) 15 1450 800 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X SPI(MOSI) 14 1450 900 200 L 50 50 1 1 B
+X AIO(0) 33 -1450 -800 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X AUX_DAC 7 -1450 -600 200 R 50 50 1 1 O
+X XTAL(OUT) 34 -1450 -400 200 R 50 50 1 1 P
+X XTAL(IN) 35 -1450 -300 200 R 50 50 1 1 P
+X PIO(10) 6 -1450 -100 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(9) 11 -1450 0 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(5) 20 -1450 100 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(4) 21 -1450 200 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(3) 13 -1450 300 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(2) 12 -1450 400 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(1) 4 -1450 500 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X PIO(0) 5 -1450 600 200 R 50 50 1 1 B
+X RESET_B 19 -1450 800 200 R 50 50 1 1 I
+X GND 8 -200 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 10 -100 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 18 0 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 28 100 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
+X GND 36 200 -1200 200 U 50 50 1 1 W
 ENDDRAW
 ENDDEF
 #

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Rene Harder wrote:
>> * GND pins should preferably be at the bottom, not at the top.
>>  
> I've changed that.
>
> Do we always follow this rule? How about connectors.

Connectors often use a sequential pin numbering so we don't follow this rule. However in "chip" symbols it becomes quite clearer and cleaner if you have all GND
connections on the bottom. Imagine looking at a diagram for example of a common-emitter amplifier where VCC is at bottom and GND at top. :)

> I'm almost done with the WLAN connector.I haven't grouped the pins
> though. I just went straight with the pin number 1,2,3,4 ...16,17,18.
> Now VDD and GND are at the top sides of the symbol. If i move the GND
> pins to the bottom it will break the order. any suggestions?

No, keep them sequential. Unless someone disagrees.

>> * Do we need all those non-power pins to be at top/bottom, instead of left/right ? Makes symbol a bit confuse.
>>  
> Not necessarily, I  moved them to the side. Actually with the most pins
> on the side i could reduce the size of the symbol a  bit  :-D .

That will also make schematic a bit cleaner. Thanks.

In SVN now also.

Thanks again for your work!

Álvaro

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> Datasheet: http://www.china-jtty.com/pdf/lymz/DFBM-CS322-060301.pdf

Excellent ! Even a bit more recent than the one we used inside
Openmoko :)

Thanks,
- Werner

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Werner Almesberger
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Hmm, there are a lot of changes to the pin naming style. I think
it's better to stay close to the data sheet (which is also what
Openmoko used, with the exception of VD_315). Besides, most of the
original names follow the convention for identifiers in the usual
programming languages, so anyone trying to use them in a program
or similar doesn't have to make another transliteration.

I've changed them as follows:

VDD(3.15) -> VDD_3.15
VDD(1.8) -> VDD_1.8
V_REG -> VREG_IN
xxx(yyy) -> xxx_yyy

Then, the SPI pins were all BiDi while the data sheets has them
unidirectional. I changed them accordingly.

Finally, I made XTAL_IN/OUT Input/Output, mainly for consistency
with how we use such pins elsewhere.

After that, I couldn't find anything else to bicker about ;-)

Thanks,
- Werner

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Rene Harder
Werner Almesberger wrote:
> Hmm, there are a lot of changes to the pin naming style. I think
> it's better to stay close to the data sheet (which is also what
> Openmoko used, with the exception of VD_315). Besides, most of the
> original names follow the convention for identifiers in the usual
> programming languages, so anyone trying to use them in a program
> or similar doesn't have to make another transliteration.
>  

Nothing to add here, we already said that we want to stay as close as
possible to the data sheet. ;-)

> Then, the SPI pins were all BiDi while the data sheets has them
> unidirectional. I changed them accordingly.
>
> Finally, I made XTAL_IN/OUT Input/Output, mainly for consistency
> with how we use such pins elsewhere.
>  

oops, Sorry about that. The first data sheet I found was the preliminary
one which did not had the pin direction and descriptions included so i
used the application circuit. Later, I found the newer one and must have
missed those pins.

Good job by the way!

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