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WISP

USER MANUAL

Date: 9/22/2013 Version: 2.4.2 Doc nr: UM 02177 Authors: Richard de la Haye Harold Steinbusch Innovation Centre Eindhoven Building A410 2.23 Prof. Holstlaan 4 P.O. Box 80021 5600 JZ Eindhoven The Netherlands Telephone : +31 40 27 22090 Fax: +31 40 27 23440

WISP User Manual

Email:

H.steinbusch@Philips.com R.de.la.Haye@Philips.com

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Table of contents
LIST OF SHORTCUT KEYS.........................................................................................................................4 TABLE OF FIGURES.....................................................................................................................................4 TABLE OF TABLES ......................................................................................................................................4 REQUIREMENTS...........................................................................................................................................6 INTENDED AUDIENCE.................................................................................................................................6 1 WHAT IS WISP?...........................................................................................................................................7 1.1 WHAT IS NEEDED TO WORK WITH WISP...................................................................................................7 1.2 INSTALLING WISP.....................................................................................................................................7 1.3 I2C CONNECTION.......................................................................................................................................7 2 WISP ..............................................................................................................................................................8 2.1 GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE...................................................................................................................8 2.2 MENU.........................................................................................................................................................9 2.2.1 File.....................................................................................................................................................9 2.2.2 View.................................................................................................................................................10 2.2.3 Settings............................................................................................................................................10 2.2.4 Help.................................................................................................................................................11 3 MANUAL ISP PROGRAMMING..............................................................................................................12 3.1 GENERAL SETTINGS.................................................................................................................................12 3.1.1 Flash selection.................................................................................................................................12 3.1.2 Mode byte........................................................................................................................................12 3.1.3 Delay time........................................................................................................................................12 3.1.4 ROM status......................................................................................................................................12 3.2 ISP FUNCTIONS........................................................................................................................................13 3.2.1 Enter ISP mode................................................................................................................................13 3.2.2 Erase flash.......................................................................................................................................14 3.2.3 Write flash.......................................................................................................................................16 3.2.4 Verify flash.......................................................................................................................................18 4 AUTOMATIC ISP PROGRAMMING......................................................................................................21 5 DSP PROGRAMMING...............................................................................................................................22 A. DDS HEX FILE FORMAT........................................................................................................................24 B. COMMAND LINE PARAMETERS.........................................................................................................26 C. TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................27

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List of shortcut keys


Ctrl-A..............................................................................................................................................11 Ctrl-I................................................................................................................................................10 Ctrl-M........................................................................................................................................10, 21 Ctrl-Q................................................................................................................................................9

Table of figures
FIGURE 1 - WISP USER INTERFACE.........................................................................................................8 FIGURE 2 - ISP STATUS DISPLAY..............................................................................................................9 FIGURE 3 - STATUS BAR..............................................................................................................................9 FIGURE 4 - WISP MENU................................................................................................................................9 FIGURE 5 - I2C CONFIGURATION SETTINGS......................................................................................10 FIGURE 6 - GENERAL WISP SETTINGS.................................................................................................12 FIGURE 7 - ENTER ISP MODE...................................................................................................................13 FIGURE 8 - ERASING FLASH MEMORY.................................................................................................14 FIGURE 9 - BLANK CHECK OPTION.......................................................................................................15 FIGURE 10 - AUTO VERIFY OPTION.......................................................................................................16 FIGURE 11 PROGRAMMING FLASH MEMORY................................................................................16 FIGURE 12 NO INTEL HEX FILE LOADED.........................................................................................17 FIGURE 13 - INTEL HEX FILE LOADED.................................................................................................17 FIGURE 14 - VERIFYING FLASH MEMORY..........................................................................................19 FIGURE 15 AUTOMATIC ISP PROGRAMMING INTERFACE........................................................21 FIGURE 16 - WISP DSP PROGRAMMING...............................................................................................22 FIGURE 17 - DSP PROGRAMMING SUCCESSFUL...............................................................................22 FIGURE 18 - DSP PROGRAMMING FAILED..........................................................................................23 FIGURE 19 - DDS HEX FILE HEADER.....................................................................................................24

Table of tables

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TABLE 1 - COMMAND LINE I2C SETTINGS..........................................................................................10 TABLE 2 - COMMAND LINE ENTER ISP MODE...................................................................................13 TABLE 3 - SECTOR NUMBERS..................................................................................................................14 TABLE 4 - COMMAND LINE ERASE FLASH..........................................................................................15 TABLE 5 - COMMAND LINE WRITE FLASH.........................................................................................18 TABLE 6 - VERIFY ADDRESSES ..............................................................................................................19 TABLE 7 - COMMAND LINE VERIFY FLASH........................................................................................20 TABLE 8 - COMMAND LINE PROGRAM DSP........................................................................................23

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History
Date 27-4-2002 15-8-2002 12-2-2003 14-2-2003 Applied changes Document creation Update for version 2.0 Update for version 2.4 Update after review Version Draft Final 2.0 Draft 2.4 Final 2.4

Abbreviations
Abbreviation WISP ISP DSP SSD [INSTALLDIR] Explanation Windows In System Programming In System Programming Digital Sound Processor Stereo Sound Decoder C:\Program Files\I2C DeviceHandling\WISP\

References
Ref. 1 - WIC32 User Manual Ref. 2 - The I2C-Bus specification
(http://www.semiconductors.philips.com/acrobat/various/I2C_BUS_SPECIFICATION_3.pdf)

Requirements
PC with the Windows operating system. WISP has been tested on: Windows 95 English Windows 98 English / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese / Japanese Windows NT 4.0 English Windows 2000 English / Simplified Chinese Windows XP English At least 10 Mb of hard disk space At least 32 Mb RAM memory (Recommended 64 Mb or more) For single master interface a parallel port is needed. (LPT setting = Bi-directional) For TraciiXL and Connii interface a USB port is needed.

Intended Audience
This user manual is intended for all users that plan to use WISP in order to program the flash memory or to upload software into the DSP.

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What is WISP?

WISP is an abbreviation of Window In System Programming and can be used to program the flash memories of the Painter and the DSP of the Stereo Sound Device of the UOC III. The communication with the UOC III is realized using the I 2C protocol. WISP has two interfaces: 1 Graphical User Interface 2 Command line Interface Both interfaces will be discussed in the remainder of the document. For help about command line options it is also possible to use: WISP /h WISP /? WISP /help See appendix B for a list of all command line options.

1.1 What is needed to work with WISP


In order to work with WISP several things must be in order: A correctly installed WISP application A properly working I2C connection A single master interface A Connii interface A TraciiXL interface A Intel Hex file for programming flash memory A .pro and .yco for programming the DSP

1.2 Installing WISP


The WISP application is part of the I2C DeviceHandling installation. Run Setup.exe to install WISP. Follow the instruction on the screen. Since this setup uses only standard setup screens, further details are not discussed. When the setup finishes successfully the PC must be restarted.

1.3 I2C Connection


Make sure all cables are connected properly and that the I 2C bus is connected to the parallel printer port (ECP) of the PC. For more information no I2C see Ref. 2

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2.1 Graphical User Interface


Using ISP to program the flashes makes a subset of functions available to communicate with the UOC III. These functions are Entering ISP, Erasing, Programming, and Verifying the flash. The tool uses four easy steps to program the flash memory. These steps are: 1 Set the device into ISP mode so that the flashes can be erased, programmed and verified. 2 Erase the flash memories 3 Write the hex file containing program and character code to the flash memories 4 Verify that the data is uploaded correctly. After selecting one of the four functions the User Interface will show the appropriate controls associated with that function. Set the parameters to the desired values and press Send. The data is now transmitted to the device.

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Figure 1 - WISP User Interface

The first selection to be made is whether WISP is used for the Picasso 100 or the Picasso 10. Selecting one of the options lets WISP know what kind of device you are planning to address. The only difference is the address ranges that are used to perform the four ISP functions.

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The current status of actions being performed is shown in the ISP status box. The time it takes to perform the selected function is shown at the bottom of the ISP status frame as Elapsed time.

ISP Status box

Elapsed time

Figure 2 - ISP status display

The status bar indicates the I2C status with the help of two leds. Green indicates communication is Ok and red indicates a communication problem. The I 2C status is not continuously updated but only after read or write commands. The second indication on the status bar is the communication speed in kilobits per second. This speed can be changed in the I2C Configuration window (see paragraph 2.2.3.1) Furthermore messages concerning I2C and instructions of what to do next are also displayed on the status bar.

Figure 3 - Status bar

2.2 Menu
Start the application by selecting the WISP option from the menu Programs I2C Devicehandling or by double-clicking the shortcut on the desktop. The application starts and the WISP interface is shown. WISP can also be started from the Tools menu in WIC32 (see Ref. 1 - WIC32 User Manual)

Figure 4 - WISP menu

2.2.1 File
The File menu only contains the option Exit (Ctrl-Q). Selecting Exit closes the WISP application. When WISP is exited the settings in the User Interface are saved and will be restored the next time WISP is started again. Settings that are saved are: 1. Picasso type selection 2. The delay times of the four ISP functions 3. Auto Verify checked or unchecked 4. Blank Check checked or unchecked 5. Show Page Data checked or unchecked 6. Automatic ISP programming checked or unchecked 7. DSP file selection 8. DSP verify checked or unchecked

Command line options:


WISP /q WISP /quit

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This command line option exits the WISP application

2.2.2 View
The View menu contains the option Automatic mode on / off (Ctrl-M). This shows or hides the User Interface for automatically erasing, programming, and verifying the flash memories. For more information see the explanation in paragraph 4.

2.2.3 Settings

2.2.3.1 I2C Configuration


When WISP is started check the I2C configuration to make sure that the communication parameters are set correctly for your setup. Press Ctrl-I or Select menu Settings I2C Configuration

Figure 5 - I2C configuration settings

All settings should be correct by default, but changes can be made whenever necessary. For instance when the PC interface is different.

Command line options:


WISP /SLA=sla [/BITRATE=b] [/INTERFACE=i] [/PORT=p] /SLA /BITRATE /INTERFACE /PORT Setting the I2C communication via the command line Device address to communicate with device Mandatory (52 for ISP, B0 for SSD) Bit rate of communication in kilobits per Optional. second Default is 100 kbits/sec PC interface (singlemaster, multimaster, Optional. hardwareless, conni, tracii Default is singlemaster PC port (lpt1, lpt2, lpt3, or usb) Optional. Default is lpt1
Table 1 - Command line I2C settings

Example: Communication with ISP using a singlemaster interface on parallel port 1 and speed 100 kbits/sec.
WISP /SLA=52 /BITRATE=100 /INTERFACE=singlemaster /PORT=lpt1

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Communication with SSD using a connii interface on usb port and speed 400 kbits/sec.
WISP /SLA=B0 /BITRATE=400 /INTERFACE=connii /PORT=usb

2.2.3.2 Set default values


This option can be selected from the menu Settings Set default values. Selecting this option sets all values back to their default values. Delay times are set to the default value Address ranges are set to the default value Pin code is set to the default value

2.2.4 Help
The Help menu contains the option About WISP (Ctrl-A). This provides information about the WISP version.

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3 Manual ISP programming


3.1 General settings
The General frame is used for all four ISP functions.

Figure 6 - General WISP settings

3.1.1 Flash selection


The combo box Flash Selection determines on which flash the ISP function is going to act. These are the selections that can be made: 1. Program (Erase, Write, Verify) 2. Character (Erase, Write, Verify) 3. PK26 (Erase, Write, Verify) 4. All (Erase, Write, Verify) 5. Manual (Enter ISP Mode, Erase, Write, Verify)

3.1.2 Mode byte


The textbox Mode byte contains a hexadecimal number that sets the UOC III into the right mode before the actual data is written. The Mode byte textbox is normally filled in automatically. Only when the Flash Selection is set to Manual the Mode byte can be changed.

3.1.3 Delay time


The last setting in the General frame is the textbox Delay time. This is a minimal delay time in milliseconds necessary to perform the ISP function. This time can be changed whenever it seems necessary to delay an ISP action less or more. The values are saved when WISP is exited and restored when WISP is started again. Select the menu option Settings Set default values to return to the default delay times.

3.1.4 ROM status


The texts at the bottom of the General frame are meant for displaying the status when the flash is being verified after an erase or write action. In case of success Ok is displayed in a green color, otherwise Failed in a red color for each flash part separately.

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3.2 ISP functions


3.2.1 Enter ISP mode
Before any of the other ISP functions can be used the UOC III has to be set into ISP mode. This can be achieved by sending the correct pin code. The default pin code is 55. After Entering ISP mode it becomes possible to perform the other functions Erase, Write, and Verify.

1 2 3

Figure 7 - Enter ISP mode

To Enter ISP mode: 1. Press the Enter ISP Mode button 2. Set the correct Pin code value (default value should be correct) 3. Press the Send button Select the menu option Settings Set default values to return to the default pin code.

Command line options:


WISP /TASK=enter_isp [/PIN=x] [/DELAY=d] /TASK /PIN /DELAY Enter ISP mode via the command line Determines which task WISP has to perform. Mandatory Task: enter_isp The pin to address on the UOC III to put it into Optional. ISP mode Default is 55 The delay time in milliseconds after the task is Optional. executed. Default is 0 ms
Table 2 - Command line Enter ISP mode

Example: Setting the UOC III device into ISP mode.


WISP /TASK=enter_isp

Setting the UOC III device into ISP mode using all parameters
WISP /TASK=enter_isp /PIN=55 /DELAY=10

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3.2.2 Erase flash

3.2.2.1 Erasing
Erasing the flash clears all programmed data of the flash selected in the Flash selection. Erasing means setting the flash contents to FF.

2 1 3 4

Figure 8 - Erasing flash memory

To erase a flash memory: 1. Select the Erase Flash button 2. Select the flash to erase from the Flash selection combo box 3. Set the erase parameters (Start sector and end sector are only available when Manual is selected in the Flash selection combo box). 4. Press the Send button Only when the Flash selection is set to Manual all the erase parameters can be changed. The sector start address and sector end address can be inputted. When the parameters are not consistent with the mode byte selection or contain an invalid value the parameters are corrected automatically when possible. Flash selection Program Character PK26 All Maximum number of sectors (Picasso 100) 6 (sector 0 till 5) 1 (sector 0) 1 (sector 7) 9 (sector 0 till 8) Maximum number of sectors (Picasso 10) 4 (sector 0 till 3) 1 (sector 0) 1 (sector 5) 6 (sector 0 till 5)

Table 3 - Sector numbers

If both parameters are filled in, all sectors in that range are erased up to and including the end sector. When the end sector is left empty only the sector filled in in the start sector is erased. Erasing is always performed sector by sector. Select the menu option Settings Set default values to return to the default sector values.

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Command line options:


WISP /TASK=erase_** [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=erase /MODE=m /STARTSECTOR=ss /ENDSECTOR=ee [/DELAY=d]
(** = prog, char, pk26, or all)

Erase flash memory via the command line Determines which task WISP has to perform. Mandatory Task: erase_prog, erase_char, erase_pk26, erase_all, erase /MODE Sets the UOC III device into the erase mode Mandatory for manual erase /STARTSECTOR Sets the beginning of the flash sector range to Mandatory for manual erase erase /ENDSECTOR Sets the end of the flash sector range to erase Mandatory for manual erase /DELAY The delay time in milliseconds between each Optional. erase command and after the task is executed. Default is 400 ms /TASK
Table 4 - Command line Erase flash

Example: Erasing all flash sectors


WISP /TASK=erase_all

Erasing only the Character flash with a longer delay


WISP /TASK=erase_char /DELAY=500

Manually erasing the Program flash sectors 1, 2, and 3 with a default delay time
WISP /TASK=erase_prog /STARTSECTOR=1 /ENDSECTOR=3

3.2.2.2 Blank check


When the Blank Check on/off option is checked WISP first verifies if the ROM selected in Flash selection is already empty. When the flash is empty (Verify Ok) the Erase command is not send. When the flash is not empty (Verify Failed) the flash is erased.

Blank check

Figure 9 - Blank check option

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3.2.2.3 Auto verify


When the Auto Verify option is checked in the ISP status frame the Erase is followed by an automatic verification. When the flash is correctly erased the ROM status shows Ok, otherwise Failed

Auto Verify

Figure 10 - Auto Verify option

3.2.3 Write flash

3.2.3.1 Writing
Writing to the UOC III can only be performed page by page. One page is equal to 256 bytes of data. This data is read from an Intel Hex file that is created by the DDS Promt tool. This Intel Hex file normally contains all the data for the Program ROM, the PK26 ROM, and the Character ROM. When data of, for instance, the Character ROM is not available in the Intel Hex file the Flash selection will not show the selection for the Character ROM. An option of the DDS Promt tool is to create the Intel Hex file with or without a comment section. When the comment section is left out, WISP cannot determine how large the flash memories are and a flash size of 192Kb is assumed for the Picasso 100 and 128Kb for the Picasso 10. The blocks of data are extracted from the Intel Hex file, converted to pages, and the page addresses are set equal to the address information that is located in the comment section of the Intel Hex file (when available). For more information on the Intel Hex file comment section see chapter A.

2 1 4 3

Figure 11 Programming flash memory

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To program a flash memory: 1. Select the Write Flash button 2. Select the flash to write from the Flash selection combo box 3. Load the Intel Hex file by pressing the Browse button 4. Press the Send button Pressing the Browse button opens a dialog to select the Intel Hex file. When an Intel Hex file is selected the data is loaded. Loading progress is shown in the status bar. Below the Browse button is indicated, No data loaded when the Intel Hex file is not loaded yet, and Data is loaded successfully [<name of the file>] when an Intel Hex file has been loaded.

Figure 12 No Intel Hex file loaded

Figure 13 - Intel Hex file loaded

When you want to view the data page by page select the Show page data checkbox. The scrollbar scrolls through the pages of the flash that is selected in the Flash selection control. Uncheck the Show page data checkbox to hide the page data again.

3.2.3.2 Auto Verify


When the Auto Verify option is checked the Write action is followed by an automatic verification. When the flash is correctly programmed the ROM status shows Ok, otherwise Failed. See also Figure 10 - Auto Verify option

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Command line options:


WISP /TASK=write_** /FILE=[drive:\][path\]filename.HEX [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=write /MODE=mm /FILE=[drive:\][path\]filename.HEX [/DELAY=d]
(** = prog, char, pk26, or all)

/TASK

/FILE /MODE /DELAY

Write flash memory via the command line Determines which task WISP has to perform. Mandatory Task: write_prog, write_char, write_pk26, write_all, write Sets the location of Intel Hex file Mandatory Sets the UOC III device into the write mode Mandatory for manual write The delay time in milliseconds between each Optional. write command. Default is 1 ms
Table 5 - Command line Write flash

Example: Writing all flash memories


WISP /TASK=write_all /FILE=[INSTALLDIR]\DDS File\HS_Workbnch_v13.hex

Writing only the Character flash with a longer delay


WISP /TASK=write_char /FILE=[INSTALLDIR]\DDS File\HS_Workbnch_v13.hex /DELAY=15

Manually writing the Program flash with a default delay time


WISP /TASK=write /FILE=[INSTALLDIR]\DDS File\ HS_Workbnch_v13.hex /MODE=80

3.2.4 Verify flash

3.2.4.1 Verifying
The verify function can be used at two moments: 1. After the flash has been erased to verify if the flash is erased correctly. 2. After the flash has been written to verify if the flash is programmed correctly. All parameters are filled in automatically again, except when Manual is selected in the Flash selection. Now it is possible to change the range of verification.

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Figure 14 - Verifying flash memory

To verify a flash memory: 1. Select the Verify Flash button 2. Select the flash to verify from the Flash selection combo box 3. Set the verify parameters (Start address and stop address are only available when Manual is selected in the Flash selection combo box). 4. Press the Send button Only when the Flash selection is set to Manual all the verify parameters can be changed. Enter the address range by specifying a start and stop address. When the addresses are not consistent with the Mode byte selection they are corrected automatically when possible. Flash selection Program Character PK26 Address ranges (Picasso 100) 0000h 2FFFh 0000h 07FFh 3100h 31FFh Address ranges (Picasso 10) 0000h 1FFFh 0000h 07FFh 2100h 21FFh

Table 6 - Verify addresses

Select the menu option Settings Set default values to return to the default address values. NOTE: When WISP is started and no Intel hex file has been loaded, WISP assumes that the flashes are erased and will verify them as such. This means when the flashes are programmed and the corresponding Intel hex file is not loaded, WISP will report Verify Failed on a Verify action. To solve this load the correct Intel Hex file and verify the flash again.

Command line options:


WISP /TASK=verify_** [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=verify /MODE=mm /STARTADDR=ssss /ENDADDR=eeee [/DELAY=d] WISP /LOAD=[Path:\]filename.hex
(** = prog, char, pk26, or all)

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Verify flash memory via the command line Determines which task WISP has to perform. Mandatory Task: verify_prog, verify_char, verify_pk26, verify /MODE Sets the UOC III device into the verify mode Mandatory for manual verify /STARTADDR Address to start verification from Mandatory for manual verify /ENDADDR Address to end verification at Mandatory for manual verify /DELAY The delay time in milliseconds between each Optional. write command. Default is 10 ms /TASK
Table 7 - Command line Verify flash

Example: Verifying only the Character flash with a longer delay (assumed is that the flash is erased)
WISP /TASK=verify_char /DELAY=15

Manually verifying the Program flash from address 010Fh till 01FFh with a default delay time (assumed is that the flash is erased)
WISP /TASK=verify /MODE=C0 /STARTADDR=010F /ENDADDR=01FF

Load Intel hex file first to verify if this data has been programmed correctly in the Character flash
WISP /LOAD=[INSTALLDIR]\DDS Files\HS_workbnch_v13.hex WISP /TASK=verify_char

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4 Automatic ISP Programming


In order to activate Automatic ISP programming: 1. Press Ctrl-M 2. Select the menu option View Automatic mode on / off The User Interface changes and shows only two buttons now, which are Browse and Auto Execute. The Automatic ISP programming is only available for the Picasso 10.

Figure 15 Automatic ISP Programming interface

The Blank check on/off and Auto verify on/off options can be selected or deselected as on the Manual ISP programming interface. The differences between the interfaces are: 1. The General section shows the status for the Erase and Write actions separately 2. Page data cannot be viewed. There is only the indication that the data is loaded. 3. All ISP actions are performed automatically. First flashes are erased, verified for correct erase, programmed with the loaded data, and then verified for correct programming. All default settings are used to perform the Automatic ISP programming. See Table 2, Table 4, Table 5, and Table 7 for the default settings. Open the Intel Hex file by selecting the Browse button. The loading progress is indicated on the status bar. When the data is loaded select or deselect the Blank check on/off and Auto verify on/off. After that, pressing the Auto Execute button starts the automatic execution of Erase, Write, and Verify. The statuses of erase and write success or failures are indicated in the General frame.

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5 DSP programming
In order to get sound out of the Stereo Sound Decoder it has to be programmed, because at this moment the code is stored in RAM memory. The consequence of this is that each time the set is powered off the DSP must be programmed again. From Picasso 10 N1B and later it is not necessary to program the DSP, but when the software needs to be updated it is still possible to program the DSP.

Figure 16 - WISP DSP programming

To start programming WISP must know what file it must upload. Press the Browse button and select either the .YCO or .PRO file. Both .YCO and .PRO must be in the same directory, because for programming both files are needed. After this press Start Upload and the DSP programming starts indicated by a progress bar. If for some reason the programming must stop press the Stop Upload button and programming is aborted. When the option Verify after upload is selected the programmed DSP is verified. When the verification is successful Verify: Ok is shown in a green color. When the verification fails the text Verify: Failed is shown in a red color

Figure 17 - DSP programming successful

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Figure 18 - DSP programming failed

Programming of the DSP can fail because of an I 2C communication error or the actual programming of the DSP failed.

Command line options:


WISP /TASK=dsp_program /DSPFILE=[drive:\][path\]filename [/DSPVERIFY] /TASK /DSPFILE /DSPVERIFY Example: Program DSP
WISP /TASK=dsp_program /DSPFILE=[INSTALLDIR]\DSP Files\Hercules.pro

Program DSP via the command line Determines which task WISP has to perform. Path to the .YCO and .PRO file Start verification after DSP is programmed

Mandatory Task: dsp_program Mandatory Optional

Table 8 - Command line Program DSP

Program DSP and verify


WISP /TASK= dsp_program /DSPFILE=[INSTALLDIR]\DSP Files\Hercules.pro /DSPVERIFY

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A. DDS hex file format


The DDS Promt tool outputs a hex file containing a comment section and a data section. When the comment section has been removed from the hex file WISP assumes a 192Kb flash size. When WISP reads the hex file it divides the data into blocks: Program block Lower Character block Upper Character block PK26 block Each block of data can be written to the addresses as indicated in the comment section of the hex file. For instance see example below:
Creation Record for Hercules192k_Ske_Mar072002.hex - PROMT Version 4.8 File created on 07/03/2002 at 11.57.19 by CST, Philips Buffer's checksum = 03F0EC1C over range 0 - 60FFF Memory map used Common + Bank 0 00000000H - 0000FFFFH, GTVSKY_011221.hex Bank 1 00010000H - 00017FFFH, GTVSKY_011221.hex Bank 2 00018000H - 0001FFFFH, GTVSKY_011221.hex Bank 3 00020000H - 00027FFFH, GTVSKY_011221.hex Bank 4 00028000H - 0002FFFFH, GTVSKY_011221.hex Lower Character Set 00040000H - 00043FFFH, Font1l.ihx Upper Character Set 00050000H - 00053FFFH, Font1u.ihx Packet 26 00060000H - 00060FFFH, Font1pkt.ihx Merged File - Hercules192k_Ske_Mar072002.hex Device - Hercules192k Project - Hercules192k Startstamp 0373033323030323008456273657C65637139323B600 endstamp End of creation record for file Hercules192k_Ske_Mar072002.hex

Figure 19 - DDS hex file header

The Program ROM data can be written to the address range 00000 2FFFF. The Lower Character ROM data can be written to the address range 40000 43FFFF The Upper Character ROM data can be written to the address range 50000 53FFFF The PK26 ROM data can be written to the address range 60000 60FFFF An Intel HEX file is composed of any number of HEX records. Each record is made up of five fields that are arranged in the following format: :llaaaatt[dd...]cc Each group of letters corresponds to a different field, and each letter represents a single hexadecimal digit. Each field is composed of at least two hexadecimal digits-which make up a byte-as described below: : is the colon that starts every Intel HEX record. ll is the record-length field that represents the number of data bytes ( dd) in the record. aaaa is the address field that represents the starting address for subsequent data in the record.

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tt is the field that represents the HEX record type, which may be one of the following: 00 - data record 01 - end-of-file record 02 - extended segment address record 03 start segment address record 04 - extended linear address record 05 start linear address record dd is a data field that represents one byte of data. A record may have multiple data bytes. The number of data bytes in the record must match the number specified by the ll field. cc is the checksum field that represents the checksum of the record. The checksum is calculated by summing the values of all hexadecimal digit pairs in the record modulo 256 and taking the two's complement.

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B. Command line parameters


HELP
WISP /h WISP /? WISP /help

CHANGE I2C SETTTINGS


WISP /SLA=sla [/BITRATE=b] [/INTERFACE=i] [/PORT=p]

ENTER ISP MODE


WISP /TASK=enter_isp [/PIN=x] [/DELAY=d]

ERASE FLASH
WISP /TASK=erase_** [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=erase /MODE=m /STARTSECTOR=ss /ENDSECTOR=ee [/DELAY=d] (** = prog, char, pk26, or all)

WRITE FLASH
WISP /TASK=write_** /FILE=[drive:\][path\]filename.HEX [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=write /MODE=mm /FILE=[drive:\][path\]filename.HEX [/DELAY=d] (** = prog, char, pk26, or all)

VERIFY FLASH
WISP /TASK=verify_** [/DELAY=d] WISP /TASK=verify /MODE=mm /STARTADDR=ssss /ENDADDR=eeee [/DELAY=d]

LOAD INTEL HEX FILE


WISP /LOAD=[Path:\]filename.hex

PROGRAM DSP
WISP /TASK=dsp_program /DSPFILE=[drive:\][path\]filename [/DSPVERIFY]

EXIT WISP
WISP /q WISP /quit

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C. Troubleshooting
I2C Errors about I2C are logged in I2cErrLog.txt in the WISP directory GENERAL
Error reading file. Check access rights on directory and file.

The file cannot be opened for reading. Check if you have access rights in this directory and access right to read the file.
Error parsing file. File is corrupt or may have an incorrect format.

The file is opened successfully, but now the content of the file is not correctly formatted or the content is corrupt. Try to open the file again or replace the file with the file that is delivered with the installation. Make sure the file is in the correct format.
Error creating device configuration file.

On the first start-up of WISP the application needs to write in the directory where WISP is installed. Make sure this is possible.
Invalid mode byte. Please change to other value.

This message is likely to appear when Manual is selected in the Flash selection combo box. The mode byte is not valid. Enter another value.
Mode byte / parameter combination not valid. Check if mode byte is correct then press Send.

The manual selected parameters are not consistent with the Mode byte selection. Change the parameter values or the mode byte then press Send again.
Internal error. Unknown flash selection.

The selection made in the combo box Flash Selection was not expected by WISP and can therefore not be handled. This message should never occur. Contact your WISP distributor when this message is displayed.
Internal error. Unknown function selected.

The selection made in the combo box Flash Selection in combination with the Mode byte value was not expected by WISP and can therefore not be handled. This message should never occur. Contact your WISP distributor when this message is displayed.
Internal error. Unknown record type.

The Intel Hex file contains a record type that is not expected by WISP. This message should never occur. Contact your WISP distributor when this message is displayed. ENTER ISP
Device may already be in ISP mode. Are you sure you want to send command again?

The Enter ISP command has already been sent since WISP was started. When the TV set has not been switched off in the meantime it is not recommended to send the Enter ISP command again.

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Picasso 10 is selected and a Picasso 100 file is loaded. Writing this data to the Program ROM will always result in a verify failure.

This message is shown on two occasions. First when the Picasso selection option is set to Picasso 10 and a Picasso 100 Intel Hex file is loaded. The second possibility is when a Picasso 100 Intel Hex file is loaded and the Picasso selection option is set to Picasso 10.
Picasso 100 is selected and a Picasso 10 file is loaded. Writing this data to the Program ROM will always result in a verify failure.

This message is shown on two occasions. First when the Picasso selection option is set to Picasso 100 and a Picasso 10 Intel Hex file is loaded. The second possibility is when a Picasso 10 Intel Hex file is loaded and the Picasso selection option is set to Picasso 100.
No data loaded.

Before programming of the flash memory can start you have to load an Intel Hex file. PROGRAM DSP
Loading of the .yco file failed.

An error occurred during reading of the .yco data. Check that it is a valid .yco file and that the file is not corrupt.
Loading of the .pro file failed.

An error occurred during reading of the .pro data. Check that it is a valid .pro file and that the file is not corrupt.
Starting of the DSP failed.

DSP did not start up. No sound can be heard now. Reprogram the DSP.
Uploading of the data failed.

During programming of the DSP an error occurred. Reprogram the DSP.


Reset of the DSP failed.

DSP could not be stopped. Reprogram the DSP. It may be necessary to power down the TV set and turn it on again.
Unable to locate Y-mem file in specified directory.

The .yco file cannot be found in the same directory as the .pro file. Both files must also have the same name.
Unable to locate P-mem file in specified directory.

The .pro file cannot be found in the same directory as the .yco file. Both files must also have the same name.
Selected file is not a valid Y-Memory file.

The .yco file is not recognized by WISP to be a valid .yco file. WISP checks the comment section of the .yco file.
Selected file is not a valid P-Memory file.

The .pro file is not recognized by WISP to be a valid .pro file. WISP checks the comment section of the .pro file.

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Verified data does not match uploaded data. Verify failed.

Verification of the DSP failed. Data that was programmed is not the same during verification. Reprogram the DSP. COMMAND LINE
Unable to find WispConsole.exe in application directory.

The output window (WISPConsole) that shows the status of what WISP is doing cannot be started, since the WispConsole.exe file cannot be found in the WISP directory.

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