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'ISD chip questions'
1999\05\25@151003 by Harold Hallikainen

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       Since it seems that several people on this list have used the
ISD4003 sound recorder chips, I thought I'd ask a few questions here.  I
believe I'm sending correct serial data to the chip, but it doesn't seem
to be doing much.

       I am sending 16 bit commands, least significant bit first.  The
sequence is

       1.  set -SS low
       2.  set or clear data bit as appropriate
       3.  set clock high
       4.  set clock low
       5.  set or clear data bit for next bit as appropriate, etc.
       6.  After all 16 bits sent, set -SS high.

       This is currently running on a Picmaster 16c74 emulator (to watch
the lines, the programming a 16c74 to actually drive the ISD chip at 3V),
though I'll move it to a 16c61 for production.  It's running with a 30
KHz clock, so I believe all timing stuff is being met.  I've watched the
lines change with the logic analyzer in the PicMaster, and stuff appears
proper.

       I'm currently sending the following commands:

       0x2000  power up
               wait at least 25 ms
       0xe004  set play pointer to address 0004
       0xf004  play

       I note on page 3 of the datasheet that the AUDOUT pin is "always
at 1.2 volts when the device is powered up."  I'm finding that it stays
at 0V, which indicates to me the above power up command is not being
interpreted correctly.
       Anyone see what's wrong?  I AM sending the bits in the right
order, right?


Thanks!

Harold



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1999\05\25@155352 by Harold Hallikainen

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       Oops!  Never mind...  I had the serial clock connected to the
wrong pin on the ISD4003.  It WORKS if you clock the right pin!

Harold



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1999\05\27@095157 by Milt Ollenberger

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From: Harold Hallikainen <haroldhallikainenspamKILLspamJUNO.COM>
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Date: Tuesday, May 25, 1999 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: ISD chip questions


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