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TQFP (PAG) 64 144 mm² 12 x 12
  • High-Quality Audio Performance:
    102-dB Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)/105-dB
    Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) (Typical) DNR
  • Two Differential Stereo Analog Inputs Multiplexed to
    One Stereo Input ADC
  • One Differential Stereo Output DAC
  • Two Serial Audio Inputs (Four Channels) and
    Two Serial Audio Outputs (Four Channels)
  • 135-MHz Maximum Speed, >2812 Total Processing Cycles
    Per Sample at 48 kHz (2000 Available for Application Code)
  • 512×Fs XTAL Input in Master Mode,
    512×Fs MCLK_IN in Slave Mode
  • 48-kHz Sample Rate in Clock Master Mode
  • 44.1-kHz or 48-kHz Sample Rate in Clock Slave Mode
  • 48-Bit Data Path and 28-Bit Coefficients
  • 768 Words of 48-Bit Data Memory
  • 1022 Words of 28-Bit Coefficient Memory
  • 3K Words of 55-Bit Program RAM
  • Hardware Single-Cycle Multiplier (28×48)
  • 5.88K Words of 24-Bit Delay Memory (122.5 ms at 48 kHz)
  • Data Formats: Left Justified, Right Justified, and I2S
  • Two I2C Ports for Slave/Master Download
  • Single 3.3-V Power Supply
  • APPLICATIONS
    • MP3 Docking Systems
    • Digital Televisions
    • Mini-Component Audio

  • High-Quality Audio Performance:
    102-dB Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)/105-dB
    Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) (Typical) DNR
  • Two Differential Stereo Analog Inputs Multiplexed to
    One Stereo Input ADC
  • One Differential Stereo Output DAC
  • Two Serial Audio Inputs (Four Channels) and
    Two Serial Audio Outputs (Four Channels)
  • 135-MHz Maximum Speed, >2812 Total Processing Cycles
    Per Sample at 48 kHz (2000 Available for Application Code)
  • 512×Fs XTAL Input in Master Mode,
    512×Fs MCLK_IN in Slave Mode
  • 48-kHz Sample Rate in Clock Master Mode
  • 44.1-kHz or 48-kHz Sample Rate in Clock Slave Mode
  • 48-Bit Data Path and 28-Bit Coefficients
  • 768 Words of 48-Bit Data Memory
  • 1022 Words of 28-Bit Coefficient Memory
  • 3K Words of 55-Bit Program RAM
  • Hardware Single-Cycle Multiplier (28×48)
  • 5.88K Words of 24-Bit Delay Memory (122.5 ms at 48 kHz)
  • Data Formats: Left Justified, Right Justified, and I2S
  • Two I2C Ports for Slave/Master Download
  • Single 3.3-V Power Supply
  • APPLICATIONS
    • MP3 Docking Systems
    • Digital Televisions
    • Mini-Component Audio

The TAS3202 is an audio system-on-a-chip (SOC) designed for mini/micro systems, multimedia-speaker, and MP3 player docking systems. It includes analog interface functions: two multiplex (MUX) stereo inputs with one stereo analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and one stereo digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with analog outputs consisting of differential stereo line drivers. Four channels of serial digital audio processing are also provided. The TAS3202 has a programmable audio digital signal processor (DSP) that preserves high-quality audio by using a 48-bit data path, 28-bit filter coefficients, and a single-cycle 28×48-bit multiplier. The programmability feature allows users to customize features in the DSP RAM.

The TAS3202 is composed of eight functional blocks:

  1. Analog input/mux/stereo ADC
  2. Stereo DAC
  3. Analog reference system
  4. Power supply
  5. Clocks, digital PLL, and serial data interface
  6. I2C control interface
  7. 8051 microcontroller
  8. Audio DSP – digital audio processing

The TAS3202 is an audio system-on-a-chip (SOC) designed for mini/micro systems, multimedia-speaker, and MP3 player docking systems. It includes analog interface functions: two multiplex (MUX) stereo inputs with one stereo analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and one stereo digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with analog outputs consisting of differential stereo line drivers. Four channels of serial digital audio processing are also provided. The TAS3202 has a programmable audio digital signal processor (DSP) that preserves high-quality audio by using a 48-bit data path, 28-bit filter coefficients, and a single-cycle 28×48-bit multiplier. The programmability feature allows users to customize features in the DSP RAM.

The TAS3202 is composed of eight functional blocks:

  1. Analog input/mux/stereo ADC
  2. Stereo DAC
  3. Analog reference system
  4. Power supply
  5. Clocks, digital PLL, and serial data interface
  6. I2C control interface
  7. 8051 microcontroller
  8. Audio DSP – digital audio processing

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* Data sheet TAS3202 Audio DSP With Analog Interface datasheet (Rev. B) 17 Mar 2011
* Errata TAS3202 Data Sheet Errata 18 Mar 2010

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