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AX11025 FAQs
  • 0001: What is the AX110xx product family?
  • 0002: How do I purchase the AX110xx development kit?
  • 0003: What AX110xx reference designs are available now?
  • 0004: What development tools are supported by the AX110xx software?
  • 0005: What debugger tools are supported by the AX110xx products?
  • 0006: Do I really need to purchase the DoCD HAD2 debugger for AX110xx implementation?
  • 0007: How can I receive some basic information about AX110xx family products?
  • 0008: How can I get started to implement AX110xx applications?
  • 0009: How can I receive more detailed information like datasheet, sample codes, etc. of the AX110xx family products?
  • 0010: Do I need to pay for the AX110xx software sample codes?
  • 0011: How can I receive the AX110xx software sample codes?
  • 0012: How do I program the firmware code into AX110xx Flash?
  • 0013: What is the processor of AX110xx family?
  • 0014: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11015?
  • 0015: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11001/AX11005?
  • 0016: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11025?
  • 0017: What is the size of the AX110xx embedded SRAM as Data Memory?
  • 0018: What is the size of the AX110xx embedded Flash as Program Memory?
  • 0019: What is the maximum external SRAM size supported by the AX11015/AX11025?
  • 0020: What is the maximum external Flash size supported by the AX11015/AX11025?
  • 0021: Does the AX110xx support industrial temperature range?
  • 0022: Does the AX110xx support HP Auto-MDIX function for its embedded Ethernet PHY?
  • 0023: Which EEPROM part is used on the AX110xx development board?
  • 0024: Which Ethernet transformer part is used on the AX110xx development board?
  • 0025: What industrial Ethernet transformer parts can be used with AX110xx family?
  • 0026: Can the I²C EEPROM be removed on AX110xx applications?
  • 0027: What is the maximum frequency of the AX110xx PWM signal?
  • 0028: What TCP/IP stacks are supported by the AX110xx software?
  • 0029: What S/W modules are supported by the AX110xx software?
  • 0030: How do I select the AX110xx chip from the device list of Keil IDE application?
  • 0031: How do I convert the Web Server HTML files of the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code into C files?
  • 0032: Do I need to install any software for AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design demo firmware?
  • 0033: Where can I download the Java application for AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design demo firmware?
  • 0034: How many TCP socket connections are supported by the AX110xx uIP/lwIP TCP/IP stack?
  • 0035: How do I assign a static IP address for the AX110xx Ethernet Boot Loader?
  • 0036: How do I configure the AX11015 128-pin development board to run the AX110xx RS-232 to Ethernet Reference Design demo firmware?
  • 0037: Does the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code support DHCP function?
  • 0038: How to open the gerber files of AX110xx development boards?
  • 0039: How to open the PowerPCB PCB layout files of AX110xx development boards?
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    Q0001: What is the AX110xx product family?
    A0001: The AX110xx family of products consist of AX11001, AX11005, AX11015 and AX11025. Please refer to the AX110xx Product Introduction document (http://www.asix.com.tw/products.php?op=ProductList&PLine=72) for details of AX110xx family products.

    Q0002: How do I purchase the AX110xx development kit?
    A0002: ASIX provides three kinds of AX110xx development kits.The AX1100x 80-pin Development Kit, AX11015 128-pin Development Kit and the AX11025 128-pin Development Kit. If you need the local bus interface, external memory bus or external MII interface, you will need to purchase the AX11015 128-pin Development Kit. If you need the CAN interface, you will need to purchase the AX11025 128-pin Development Kit. Please contact ASIX's Sales (sales@asix.com.tw) for more details.

    Q0003: What AX110xx reference designs are available now?
    A0003: ASIX provides a couple of AX110xx reference design for your reference:
    1. AX110xx RS-232 to Ethernet Reference Design
    2. AX110xx Zigbee to Ethernet Reference Design
    3. AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design
    4. AX11015 RS-232 to Powerline Reference Design
    5. AX11025 CAN to Ethernet Reference Design
    More reference designs are under development.

    Q0004: What development tools are supported by the AX110xx software?
    A0004: All software modules for AX110xx family are developed in C language under Keil IDE development environment. Users can purchase the Keil IDE Development Environment from Keil's web site (http://www.keil.com/c51/selector.asp). In general, you will need to purchase the PK51 development tool for C-language compiler, debugger and simulator. If you only need the compiler function, you can purchase the CA51 package. You can also download the Keil C51 evaluation software from Keil's web site, but the evaluation software can only compile the sample codes with less than 2K bytes binary code. Please refer to Keil's web site for more details about the limitation of evaluation software.

    Q0005: What debugger tools are supported by the AX110xx products?
    A0005: The AX110xx currently provides two debug tool solutions: the UART console debugging and the DCD's DoCD HAD2 debugger. All AX110xx S/W modules support the basic UART console debugging function by default. If you need more powerful debugging tool like source level debugging, the AX110xx development board supports the Digital Core Design's DoCD Hardware Debugger - the HAD2 module. Through the HAD2 module, the software running on AX110xx development board can be real-time debugged. You may consider purchasing the HAD2 module from Digital Core Design and download the debugger software from Digital Core Designs web site (http://www.dcd.pl/).

    Q0006: Do I really need to purchase the DoCD HAD2 debugger for AX110xx implementation?
    A0006: It depends on your requirements. If you can debug AX110xx software via the UART console debugging method, you don't need to purchase the DoCD HAD2 debugger.

    Q0007: How can I receive some basic information about AX110xx family products?
    A0007: Please download the AX110xx Product Briefs and AX110xx Product Introduction document from ASIX's web site (http://www.asix.com.tw/products.php?op=ProductList&PLine=72).

    Q0008: How can I get started to implement AX110xx applications?
    A0008: ASIX provides plenty of AX110xx technical documents and sample codes for your reference. If needed, users can purchase the AX110xx Development Kits which include AX110xx development boards, AX110xx Development Kit CD and other peripherals like a power adapter, RJ-45 Ethernet cable, RS-232 Null modem cable, etc. Please contact with ASIX's Sales (sales@asix.com.tw) for more details.

    Q0009: How can I receive more detailed information like datasheet, sample codes, etc. of the AX110xx family products?
    A0009: Please contact ASIX's Sales (sales@asix.com.tw) for more details.

    Q0010: Do I need to pay for the AX110xx software sample codes?
    A0010: No, ASIX provides free AX110xx related sample codes for customers to implement AX110xx applications.

    Q0011: How can I receive the AX110xx software sample codes?
    A0011: Please contact ASIX's Sales (sales@asix.com.tw) for more details.

    Q0012: How do I program the firmware code into AX110xx Flash?
    A0012: AX110xx provides a couple of solutions for customers to program the firmware code into AX110xx Flash.
    1. The Windows/DOS UART Interface Flash Programming Utilities
    2. The Ethernet Boot Loader Flash Programming Method
    3. The DoCD HAD2 Debugger Flash Programming Method

    Q0013: What is the processor of AX110xx family?
    A0013: AX110xx is a 100 MIPS 1T 8051/80390 System-on-Chip solution with embedded 10/100M Fast Ethernet MAC/PHY and TCP/IP Offload Engine.

    Q0014: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11015?
    A0014: The AX11015 supports the Ethernet, I2C, SPI, 1-Wire, UART, PCA, GPIO, Local Bus, external MII, external memory interfaces, etc.

    Q0015: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11001/AX11005?
    A0015: The AX11001/AX11005 supports the Ethernet, I2C, SPI, 1-Wire, UART, PCA, GPIO interfaces, etc.

    Q0016: What communication interfaces are supported by the AX11025?
    A0016: The AX11025 supports the Ethernet, I2C, SPI, 1-Wire, UART, PCA, GPIO, CAN, external MII, external memory interfaces, etc.

    Q0017: What is the size of the AX110xx embedded SRAM as Data Memory?
    A0017: The AX110xx family integrates a 32K bytes embedded SRAM as Data Memory.

    Q0018: What is the size of the AX110xx embedded Flash as Program Memory?
    A0018: The AX11001 integrates a 128K bytes embedded Flash. All AX11005, AX11015 and AX11025 integrate a 512K bytes embedded Flash.

    Q0019: What is the maximum external SRAM size supported by the AX11015/AX11025?
    A0019: The AX11015 and AX11025 support external SRAM up to 2M bytes without bank select.

    Q0020: What is the maximum external Flash size supported by the AX11015/AX11025?
    A0020: The AX11015 and AX11025 support external Flash memory up to 2M bytes without bank select.

    Q0021: Does the AX110xx support industrial temperature range?
    A0021: Yes, the AX110001/AX11005/AX11015 support two operating temperature ranges: 0 to 70°C or -40 to 85°C, but AX11025 supports the industrial operating temperature ranges -40 to 85°C only.

    Q0022: Does the AX110xx support HP Auto-MDIX function for its embedded Ethernet PHY?
    A0022: Yes, the embedded Ethernet PHY of AX110xx supports the HP Auto-MDIX function.

    Q0023: Which EEPROM part is used on the AX110xx development board?
    A0023: The reference EEPROM part on the AX110xx development board is Atmel AT24C02B I2C EEPROM.

    Q0024: Which Ethernet transformer part is used on the AX110xx development board?
    A0024: The reference Ethernet transformer on the AX110xx development board is Bothhand LU1S041X LF (Turns Ratio is 1CT:1CT, Auto-MDIX).

    Q0025: What industrial Ethernet transformer parts can be used with AX110xx family?
    A0025: The embedded Ethernet PHY of AX110xx family can work with the 1CT:1CT Turns Ratio transformers like TAIMAG RJC-248TA1 (Turns Ratio is 1CT:1CT, Auto-MDIX) industrial transformer.

    Q0026: Can the I²C EEPROM be removed on AX110xx applications?
    A0026: Yes, your can remove the I²C EEPROM from their application, but the limitation is that their applications can only use AX110xx H/W default settings like the multi-function pin, output driving strength, etc. If you need to specify the AX110xx settings being defined in the EEPROM, you should keep the I²C EEPROM on their applications.

    Q0027: What is the maximum frequency of the AX110xx PWM signal?
    A0027: The maximum frequency of AX110xx PWM signal is 195.3 KHz.

    Q0028: What TCP/IP stacks are supported by the AX110xx software?
    A0028: The AX110xx supports two kinds of TCP/IP Stack sample codes, one is uIP TCP/IP stack; another is Lightweight IP TCP/IP stack. Please visit the uIP web site (http://www.sics.se/~adam/uip/) for more details about uIP/lwIP TCP/IP stacks.

    Q0029: What S/W modules are supported by the AX110xx software?
    A0029: ASIX provides the S/W module drivers for each communication interfaces of AX110xx. These S/W modules include the CPU, Ethernet, S/W DMA, MS Timer, I2C, SPI, 1-Wire, PCA, UART2, UART, Local Bus, CAN, etc.

    Q0030: How do I select the AX110xx chip from the device list of Keil IDE application?
    A0030: Refer to the project files (ax11000.uv2) in AX110xx uIP/lwIP sample codes to select "Digital Core Design - DP80390" from the device list of Keil IDE application to compile AX110xx related runtime code.

    Q0031: How do I convert the Web Server HTML files of the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code into C files?
    A0031: AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code v1.0.4 already includes the HTTP Web Server source code inside. Please make sure the web page HTML files are put into the "SRC/WEB/FS" subdirectory of the uIP sample code and run the "mkfs.exe" command in the "SRC/WEB" subdirectory. The "mkfs.exe" command will convert these HTML files into the FSDATA.C and FSDATA.H files. AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack project file (ax11000.Uv2) will include these two files (FSDATA.C and FSDATA.H) to compile the runtime code.

    Q0032: Do I need to install any software for AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design demo firmware?
    A0032: AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design demo firmware requires Java display the camera screen so you need to have Java installed on your Windows machine. Run the web browser to login to the AX11015 IP Camera Web server to display the IP camera screen.

    Q0033: Where can I download the Java application for AX11015 IP Camera Reference Design demo firmware?
    A0033: Please visit the Java Download web page (http://java.com/en/download/windows_ie.jsp) to download the Java application.

    Q0034: How many TCP socket connections are supported by the AX110xx uIP/lwIP TCP/IP stack?
    A0034: The TCP socket connection count is dependent on the RAM size on the AX110xx platforms.

    Q0035: How do I assign a static IP address for the AX110xx Ethernet Boot Loader?
    A0035: You don't need to assign a static IP address for AX110xx Ethernet Boot Loader, AX110xx Ethernet Boot Loader will always get an IP address from the DHCP server.

    Q0036: How do I configure the AX11015 128-pin development board to run the AX110xx RS-232 to Ethernet Reference Design demo firmware?
    A0036: Set all poles of the DIP switch #10 of AX11015 128-pin development board to ON and configure offset 02h of EEPROM to 0Fh to enable the UART2 interface. Upgrade the firmware code to AX11015 128-pin development board and then install the Toolkit on the WinXP/2K machine that is connected to the VSP side (i.e. Ethernet port) of AX110xx board. Please refer to the AX11015 datasheet, AX110xx Development Kit User Guide and AX110xx RS-232 to Ethernet Reference Design User Guide for more detailed information.

    Q0037: Does the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code support DHCP function?
    A0037: No, the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack will assign a static IP address (i.e. 192.168.0.3) by default. The IP address setting is defined in the uipopt.h file of the AX110xx uIP TCP/IP Stack sample code.

    Q0038: How to open the gerber files of AX110xx development boards?
    A0038: You can open the gerber files of AX110xx development boards by running ORACLE's AutoVue Evaluation Revision tool (30 days evaluation date). Please visit ORACLE's web site (http://www.oracle.com/) for more details.

    Q0039: How to open the PowerPCB PCB layout files of AX110xx development boards?
    A0039: You can open the PowerPCB PCB layout files of AX110xx development boards by running Mentor Graphics PADS Layout Product Evaluation Software (No time limitation but with limited function). Please visit Mentor Graphics' web site (http://www.mentor.com/) for more details.

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