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I5216 View Datasheet(PDF) - Winbond

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I5216 8 TO 16 MINUTE VOICE RECORD/PLAYBACK SYSTEM WITH INTEGRATED CODEC Winbond
Winbond Winbond
I5216 Datasheet PDF : 83 Pages
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I5216 SERIES
Advanced Information
PRELIMINARY
I2C PROTOCOL
Since the I2C protocol allows multiple devices on the bus, each device must have an address. This
address is known as a “Slave Address”. A Slave Address consists of 7 bits, followed by a single bit that
indicates the direction of data flow. This single bit is 1 for a Write cycle, which indicates the data is
being sent from the current bus master to the device being addressed. This single bit is a 0 for a Read
cycle, which indicates that the data is being sent from the device being addressed to the current bus
master.
Before any data is transmitted on the I2C interface, the current bus master must address the slave it
wishes to transfer data to or from. The Slave Address is always sent out as the 1st byte following the
Start Condition sequence. An example of a Master transmitting an address to a ISD5216 slave is
shown below. In this case, the Master is writing data to the slave and the R/W bit is “0”, i.e. a Write
cycle. All the bits transferred are from the Master to the Slave, except for the indicated Acknowledge
bits.
Master Transmits to Slave Receiver (Write) Mode
acknowledgement
from slave
acknowledgement
from slave
acknowledgement
from slave
acknowledgement
from slave
S SLAVE ADDRESS W A
COMMAND BYTE
A High ADDR. BYTE
A
Low ADDR. BYTE
AP
Start Bit
R/W
Stop Bit
A common procedure in the ISD5116 is the reading of the Status Bytes. The Read Status condition in
the ISD5216 is triggered when the Master addresses the chip with its proper Slave Address,
immediately followed by the R/W bit set to a “0” and without the Command Byte being sent. This is an
example of the Master sending to the Slave, immediately followed by the Slave sending data back to
the Master. The “N” not-acknowledge cycle from the Master ends the transfer of data from the Slave.
Master Reads from Slave immediately after first byte (Read Mode)
acknowledgement
from slave
From Slave
From Slave
From Slave
S SLAVE ADDRESS R A
STATUS W ORD
A
High ADDR. BYTE
A
Low ADDR BYTE
NP
Start Bit
From
Master
From Master
R/W
From
Master
acknowledgement
from Master
acknowledgement
from Master
Stop Bit
From
Master
not-acknowledged
from Master
Publication Release Date: November 30, 2001
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Revision A1
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