[PATCH RESEND] i2c: omap: improve duty cycle on SCL
balbi at ti.com
Wed Jun 17 11:00:52 PDT 2015
On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 11:19:28AM +0200, Alexander Sverdlin wrote:
> > With this patch we try to be as close to 50%
> > duty cycle as possible. The reason for this
> > is that some devices present an erratic behavior
> > with certain duty cycles.
> > One such example is TPS65218 PMIC which fails
> > to change voltages when running @ 400kHz and
> > duty cycle is lower than 34%.
> > The idea of the patch is simple:
> > calculate desired scl_period from requested scl
> > and use 50% for tLow and 50% for tHigh.
> > tLow is calculated with a DIV_ROUND_UP() to make
> > sure it's slightly higher than tHigh and to make
> > sure that we end up within I2C specifications.
> > Kudos to Nishanth Menon and Dave Gerlach for helping
> > debugging the TPS65218 problem found on AM437x SK.
> > Signed-off-by: Felipe Balbi <balbi at ti.com>
> This is a direct violation of PHILIPS I2C-bus Specification v.2.1,
> section 15.
> Namely, you will have LOW period of SCL clock shorter than required
how is this out of spec ?
-Width = 1.4us, frequency 373.1kHz, duty cycle of 47.76%
In any case, I have to send v2 anyway (found a bug which would show up
on frequencies above 400kHz), so I'll resend this patch.
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