Features and Benefits
- Qualified for automotive applications
- Fully programmable audio DSP for enhanced sound processing
- Features SigmaStudio, a proprietary graphical programming tool for the development of custom signal flows
- Up to 294.912 MHz, 32-bit SigmaDSP core at 1.2 V
Up to 6144 SIMD instructions per sample at 48 kHz
Up to 40 kWords of parameter/data RAM
Up to 800 ms digital audio delay pool at 48 kHz
- Integer PLL and flexible clock generators
- Integrated die temperature sensor
- Audio input/output and routing
4 serial input ports, 4 serial output ports
48-channel, 32-bit digital input/output up to a sample rate of 192 kHz
Flexible configuration for TDM, I2S, left and right justified formats, and PCM
Up to 8 stereo ASRCs from 1:8 up to 7.75:1 ratio and 139 dB DNR
Stereo S/PDIF input and output
Four PDM microphone input channels
Multichannel, byte addressable, TDM serial ports
- Clock oscillator for generating master clock from crystal
The ADAU1452 / ADAU1451 / ADAU1450 are automotive qualified audio processors that far exceed the digital signal processing capabilities of earlier SigmaDSP® devices. The restructured hardware architecture is optimized for efficient audio processing. The audio processing algorithms are realized in sample-by-sample and block-by-block paradigms that can both be executed simultaneously in a signal processing flow created using the graphical programming tool, SigmaStudio™. The restructured digital signal processor (DSP) core architecture enables some types of audio processing algorithms to be executed using significantly fewer instructions than were required on previous SigmaDSP generations, leading to vastly improved code efficiency.
The 1.2 V, 32-bit DSP core can run at frequencies of up to 294.912 MHz and execute up to 6144 instructions per sample at the standard sample rate of 48 kHz. However, in addition to industry-standard rates, a wide range of sample rates are available. The integer PLL and flexible clock generator hardware can generate up to 15 audio sample rates simultaneously. These clock generators, along with the on-board asynchronous sample rate converters (ASRCs) and a flexible hardware audio routing matrix, make the ADAU1452 / ADAU1451 / ADAU1450 ideal audio hubs that greatly simplify the design of complex multirate audio systems.
The ADAU1452 / ADAU1451 / ADAU1450 interface with a wide range of analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), digital audio devices, amplifiers, and control circuitry, due to their highly configurable serial ports, S/PDIF interfaces (on the ADAU1452 and ADAU1451), and multipurpose input/output pins. The devices can also directly interface with pulse density modulation (PDM) output microelectromechanical (MEMS) microphones, due to integrated decimation filters specifically designed for that purpose.
Independent slave and master I2C/serial peripheral interface (SPI) control ports allow the ADAU1452 / ADAU1451 / ADAU1450 not only to be programmed and configured by an external master device, but also to act as masters that can program and configure external slave devices directly. This flexibility, combined with self boot functionality, enables the design of standalone systems that do not require any external input to operate.
The power efficient DSP core executes full programs, consumes only a few hundred milliwatts (mW) of power, and can run at a maximum program load while consuming less than a watt, even in worst case temperatures exceeding 100°C. This relatively low power consumption and small footprint make the ADAU1452 / ADAU1451 / ADAU1450 ideal replacements for large, general-purpose DSPs that consume more power at the same processing load.
Differences between the ADAU1452, ADAU1451, and ADAU1450
The five variants of this device are differentiated by memory, DSP core frequency, availability of S/PDIF interfaces, ASRC configuration, and temperature range.
Because the ADAU1450 does not contain an S/PDIF receiver or transmitter, the SPDIFIN and SPDIFOUT pins are nonfunctional. Additionally, the settings of any registers related to the S/PDIF input or output in the ADAU1450 do not have any effect on the operation of the device.
Because the ADAU1450 does not contain ASRCs, the settings of any registers related to the ASRCs in the ADAU1450 do not have any effect on the operation of the device.
- Automotive audio processing
Rear seat entertainment systems
DSP amplifiers (sound system amplifiers)
- Commercial and professional audio processing
- Consumer audio processing
Product Lifecycle Production
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
Evaluation Kits (1)
This user guide describes the design, setup, and operation of the EVAL-ADAU1452REVBZ evaluation board. This board evaluates and develops the software for the ADAU1452 and ADAU1462 SigmaDSP® processors. The ADAU1452 and the ADAU1462 are functionally identical, except that the ADAU1462 has more program and data memory. Selecting this component in the software instructs the compiler to limit the amount of allocated memory to match the ADAU1462.
All other procedures and instructions in this user guide are applicable to both the ADAU1462 and ADAU1452.
The EVAL-ADAU1452REVBZ evaluation board provides access to the digital serial audio ports of the ADAU1452 and some of the general-purpose input/outputs (GPIOs). An analog input and output is provided by the AD1938 codec included in the evaluation kit.
The ADAU1452 core is programmed using the Analog Devices, Inc., SigmaStudio® software, which interfaces to the evaluation board via the universal serial bus interface (USBi). The on-board electronically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) can be programmed for self boot mode.
The evaluation board is powered by a 6 V dc supply, which is regulated to the voltages required on the board. The printed circuit board (PCB) is a 4-layer design with a ground plane and a power plane on the inner layers. The evaluation board includes connectors for external analog inputs and outputs and optical Sony/Philips digital interface (S/PDIF) interfaces. The integrated oscillator circuit and the on-board, 12.288 MHz passive crystal (Y1) provides the master clock.
For full details, see the ADAU1452 and AD1938 data sheets, which must be used in conjunction with this user guide when using the EVAL-ADAU1452REVBZ evaluation board.
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