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MB87M3400
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Part Number MB87M3400
Description Digital Signal Processor
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Wi.MDaAtaX 802.16-2004 SoCFujitsu has developed a cost-effective,
wfully integrated MAC/PHY mixed
wwsignal baseband processor for
stacks, and user application software.
A multi-channel DMA controller
handles high-speed transactions
Broadband Wireless Access
applications. This SoC is designed to
msupport frequencies from 2 to 11GHz
in both licensed and license-exempt
obands.
.cThe Fujitsu WiMAX SoC,
MB87M3400, fully complies with the
UIEEE 802.16-2004 standard using an
t4OFDM PHY. The SoC can operate in
TDD or FDD modes and supports all
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1.75MHz up to 20MHz bandwidths.
eA programmable frequency selection
hgenerates the sample clock for any
desired bandwidth. When applying
64 QAM modulation in a 20MHz
channel and using all 192 sub-carriers,
the SoC’s coded data rate can go up to
75 Mbps. Uplink sub-channelisation is
supported as defined in the standard.
The SoC’s integrated ARM-926
RISC engine implements 802.16 upper
layer MAC, scheduler, drivers, protocol
among various agents on a high-
performance bus.
To offload processing from the
upper layer MAC and enhance
performance, the Fujitsu WiMAX SoC
includes a separate ARC RISC/DSP
engine to execute 802.16 lower layer
MAC functions. The chip’s multiple
hardware-based encryption/
decryption engines are tightly coupled
with this lower layer MAC processor
and can be enabled to provide full
security for the MAC privacy
sub-layer.
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DMA Controller
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Ethernet Controller
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taSFigure 1, A simplified block diagram of the Fujitsu WiMAX SoC, MB87M3400, shows the dual
www.Daprocessors and main hardware blocks that implement a complete PHY-to-MAC wireless MAN solution
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Features
Full compliance with the IEEE
802.16-2004 standard
Support for both subscriber
stations and base stations for
TDD or FDD applications
High-performance modulation
capabilities for complete
versatility:
256-OFDM PHY with 64 QAM,
16 QAM, QPSK, and BPSK
modulation
Uplink sub-channelisation for
16 sub-channels
Flexible configuration for easy
system integration:
High-performance ADC and
DAC for flexible baseband
interfacing
Automatic frequency control
(AFC) with integrated DAC
Dynamic frequency selection
(DFS) with integrated ADC
Integrated ADC for transmit and
receive power measurements
Rich set of integrated
peripherals and RF control
Programmable automatic gain
control (AGC) for supporting a
broad range of RF attenuators
Security implementation based on
DES, AES/CCM encryption/
decryption
Dual RISC processors for
implementing upper and lower
layer MAC
Integrated memory controller and
DMA controller
Integrated Ethernet engine for
network interface
436 BGA package
Complete reference design with
software and radio solution
System Applications
The Fujitsu WiMAX SoC suits several
types of applications:
BWA systems compliant with
WiMAX specifications
Low-cost subscriber stations
Enterprise CPEs
Base stations
2 to 11GHz licensed and license-
exempt bands
Suitable independent frequency
bands at 2.5, 3.5, 3.6 or 5.8GHz
Half-FDD / full-FDD or TDD
applications
Two Fujitsu WiMAX SoCs work
together to implement full-duplex
FDD applications.
The SoC can also work with an
external processor to enhance
performance in demanding
base-station applications.
Temp.
Sensor
RJ45
Xfmr
Radio Module
Power Module
20MHz Ref. Clock
Figure 2, TDD or HDX FDD Reference Board Evaluation System
RS232C
Ethernet
100/10 PHY
RS-232C
12C
GPIO
RF Logic Control
RX & TX Power Detect
AGC Control
ADC
ADC
ARX_I_IN ± ADC MB87M3400
ADC Fujitsu
ARX_Q_IN ±
Chip
TX_I Analog
DAC
TX_Q Analog
DAC
DAC
DAC
FS Clock
DDS Clock
SPI
ARM
Debug Port
ARC
Debug Port
SDRAM
FLASH
Control
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PowerPC
Debug Port
FLASH
DDR
SDRAM
Temp.
Sensor
I2C
Network
Interface
MB87M3400
Fujitsu
Chip
DSI
Clock
FS Clock
PowerPC
MPS8560
MB87M3400
Fujitsu
Chip
DDS Clock
SPI Control
DDS
Clock
FS Clock
PowerPC Module (MPC8560)
OTCXO
TX Radio
RX Radio
Figure 3, Full Duplex FDD Reference Board Evaluation System
Reference Designs
Complete reference designs are
available for various purposes. The
process toward certification by the
WiMAX ForumTM is underway for the
full-system version. This reference
design includes all the software and
hardware required for a cost-effective
system solution.
Reference Design Hardware
Platforms
Several hardware platforms are
available with the performing chip,
software, and system verification. The
reference board evaluation system for
subscriber stations (Figure 2) can
be configured to support either TDD
or HDX FDD, depending on the radio
selection. The simplified base station
evaluation system (Figure 3) provides
an example of a full duplex FDD
implementation using an external
processor. The key features of the
evaluation boards include:
RF port interface for third-party
radio
Radio module
Network interface
On-board memory
On-board control using SPI, I2C,
and GPIO
Debug port interfaces
RS232C interface port
External power supply interface
Reference Design Software Platform
Major features of the Fujitsu 802.16
software platform include the
following:
Compliance with the IEEE 802.16-
2004 standard specification
MAC security sub-layer for
subscriber station authentication
and data encryption
Multiple service class support to
differentiate service quality
Dynamic service management to
activate service class when
needed
MAC portability to different RTOSes
The typical 802.16 software platform
available from Fujitsu contains the
following components:
Host software (which runs on either
the on-chip ARM9 or external
processor) with the following
sub-components:
Board support packages (BSPs)
for popular operating systems
RTOS wrapper
Device drivers, such as Ethernet,
I2C, SPI, and UART
BS or SS management and
application
802.16 upper layer MAC
802.16 PHY service access point
and lower layer MAC
(PSAP/LMAC) firmware (which
runs on the on-chip ARC
processor)
As shown in the overview of Fujitsu’s
software platform (Figure 4), the
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802.16 upper layer MAC accesses the
OFDM PHY through PSAP/LMAC
firmware running on the onchip
ARCtangent core. In addition to
providing PHY access primitives, the
PSAP/LMAC firmware includes some
802.16 lower layer MAC functionality
to offload tasks from the upper layer
MAC. This functionality includes
encryption/decryption engines and a
CRC checker/inserter.
Fujitsu provides the BSP and
device drivers for the supported
operating systems, as well as the
RTOS wrapper, thus simplifying the
porting of the complete software suite
to any operating system supported by
Fujitsu. Fujitsu’s 802.16 upper layer
MAC can also be replaced with a
third-party component. Fujitsu
provides the full API and interface
specifications to enable third parties
to develop upper layer MAC
components.
Fujitsu also provides the
PSAP/LMAC firmware for BS and SS
applications. The upper layer MAC,
coupled with the PSAP/LMAC
firmware, make up the complete
802.16 protocol stack.
The Fujitsu WiMAX 802.16-2004 SoC BS or SS Management
RTOS API
Network API
MAC Management API
RTOS Wrapper
TCP / UDP / IP
RTOS
Bridge
802.16 Upper MAC
Other device drivers
Ethernet Driver
802.16 Lower MAC
IP Network
Figure 4, Overview of Fujitsu’s Software Architecture
OFDM PHY
Certification and Compliance
Fujitsu has designed the MB87M3400
wireless MAN SoC to comply with the
IEEE 802.16-2004 standard and
intends to certify systems according
to WiMAX profiles.
More information on the IEEE
802.16 standard for broadband
wireless access and the
WiMAX Forum is available at
www.wimaxforum.org and
www.ieee802.org/16.
For more information on Fujitsu’s
broadband wireless SoC, please
address e-mail to
wimax@fme.fujitsu.com
WiMAX Forum is a trademark of the WiMAX
Forum. All other product names and company
names mentioned herein are the trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective firms.
Copyright © 2005
Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
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