Commit d8c82db4 authored by Timur Tabi's avatar Timur Tabi Committed by Wolfgang Denk

Add support for setting the I2C bus speed in fsl_i2c.c

Add support to the Freescale I2C driver (fsl_i2c.c) for setting and querying
the I2C bus speed.  Current 8[356]xx boards define the CFG_I2C_SPEED macro,
but fsl_i2c.c ignores it and uses conservative value when programming the
I2C bus speed.
Signed-off-by: default avatarTimur Tabi <timur@freescale.com>
Acked-by: default avatarAndy Fleming <afleming@freescale.com>
parent d049cc7f
......@@ -32,6 +32,8 @@
#define I2C_READ_BIT 1
#define I2C_WRITE_BIT 0
DECLARE_GLOBAL_DATA_PTR;
/* Initialize the bus pointer to whatever one the SPD EEPROM is on.
* Default is bus 0. This is necessary because the DDR initialization
* runs from ROM, and we can't switch buses because we can't modify
......@@ -43,24 +45,111 @@ static unsigned int i2c_bus_num __attribute__ ((section ("data"))) = CFG_SPD_BUS
static unsigned int i2c_bus_num __attribute__ ((section ("data"))) = 0;
#endif
static volatile struct fsl_i2c *i2c_dev[2] = {
static unsigned int i2c_bus_speed[2] = {CFG_I2C_SPEED, CFG_I2C_SPEED};
static const struct fsl_i2c *i2c_dev[2] = {
(struct fsl_i2c *) (CFG_IMMR + CFG_I2C_OFFSET),
#ifdef CFG_I2C2_OFFSET
(struct fsl_i2c *) (CFG_IMMR + CFG_I2C2_OFFSET)
#endif
};
/* I2C speed map for a DFSR value of 1 */
/*
* Map I2C frequency dividers to FDR and DFSR values
*
* This structure is used to define the elements of a table that maps I2C
* frequency divider (I2C clock rate divided by I2C bus speed) to a value to be
* programmed into the Frequency Divider Ratio (FDR) and Digital Filter
* Sampling Rate (DFSR) registers.
*
* The actual table should be defined in the board file, and it must be called
* fsl_i2c_speed_map[].
*
* The last entry of the table must have a value of {-1, X}, where X is same
* FDR/DFSR values as the second-to-last entry. This guarantees that any
* search through the array will always find a match.
*
* The values of the divider must be in increasing numerical order, i.e.
* fsl_i2c_speed_map[x+1].divider > fsl_i2c_speed_map[x].divider.
*
* For this table, the values are based on a value of 1 for the DFSR
* register. See the application note AN2919 "Determining the I2C Frequency
* Divider Ratio for SCL"
*/
static const struct {
unsigned short divider;
u8 dfsr;
u8 fdr;
} fsl_i2c_speed_map[] = {
{160, 1, 32}, {192, 1, 33}, {224, 1, 34}, {256, 1, 35},
{288, 1, 0}, {320, 1, 1}, {352, 6, 1}, {384, 1, 2}, {416, 6, 2},
{448, 1, 38}, {480, 1, 3}, {512, 1, 39}, {544, 11, 3}, {576, 1, 4},
{608, 22, 3}, {640, 1, 5}, {672, 32, 3}, {704, 11, 5}, {736, 43, 3},
{768, 1, 6}, {800, 54, 3}, {832, 11, 6}, {896, 1, 42}, {960, 1, 7},
{1024, 1, 43}, {1088, 22, 7}, {1152, 1, 8}, {1216, 43, 7}, {1280, 1, 9},
{1408, 22, 9}, {1536, 1, 10}, {1664, 22, 10}, {1792, 1, 46},
{1920, 1, 11}, {2048, 1, 47}, {2176, 43, 11}, {2304, 1, 12},
{2560, 1, 13}, {2816, 43, 13}, {3072, 1, 14}, {3328, 43, 14},
{3584, 1, 50}, {3840, 1, 15}, {4096, 1, 51}, {4608, 1, 16},
{5120, 1, 17}, {6144, 1, 18}, {7168, 1, 54}, {7680, 1, 19},
{8192, 1, 55}, {9216, 1, 20}, {10240, 1, 21}, {12288, 1, 22},
{14336, 1, 58}, {15360, 1, 23}, {16384, 1, 59}, {18432, 1, 24},
{20480, 1, 25}, {24576, 1, 26}, {28672, 1, 62}, {30720, 1, 27},
{32768, 1, 63}, {36864, 1, 28}, {40960, 1, 29}, {49152, 1, 30},
{61440, 1, 31}, {-1, 1, 31}
};
/**
* Set the I2C bus speed for a given I2C device
*
* @param dev: the I2C device
* @i2c_clk: I2C bus clock frequency
* @speed: the desired speed of the bus
*
* The I2C device must be stopped before calling this function.
*
* The return value is the actual bus speed that is set.
*/
static unsigned int set_i2c_bus_speed(const struct fsl_i2c *dev,
unsigned int i2c_clk, unsigned int speed)
{
unsigned short divider = min(i2c_clk / speed, (unsigned short) -1);
unsigned int i;
u8 fdr, dfsr;
/*
* We want to choose an FDR/DFSR that generates an I2C bus speed that
* is equal to or lower than the requested speed. That means that we
* want the first divider that is equal to or greater than the
* calculated divider.
*/
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(fsl_i2c_speed_map); i++)
if (fsl_i2c_speed_map[i].divider >= divider) {
dfsr = fsl_i2c_speed_map[i].dfsr;
fdr = fsl_i2c_speed_map[i].fdr;
speed = i2c_clk / fsl_i2c_speed_map[i].divider;
break;
}
writeb(fdr, &dev->fdr); /* set bus speed */
writeb(dfsr, &dev->dfsrr); /* set default filter */
return speed;
}
void
i2c_init(int speed, int slaveadd)
{
volatile struct fsl_i2c *dev;
struct fsl_i2c *dev;
dev = (struct fsl_i2c *) (CFG_IMMR + CFG_I2C_OFFSET);
writeb(0, &dev->cr); /* stop I2C controller */
udelay(5); /* let it shutdown in peace */
writeb(0x3F, &dev->fdr); /* set bus speed */
writeb(0x3F, &dev->dfsrr); /* set default filter */
i2c_bus_speed[0] = set_i2c_bus_speed(dev, gd->i2c1_clk, speed);
writeb(slaveadd << 1, &dev->adr); /* write slave address */
writeb(0x0, &dev->sr); /* clear status register */
writeb(I2C_CR_MEN, &dev->cr); /* start I2C controller */
......@@ -70,12 +159,11 @@ i2c_init(int speed, int slaveadd)
writeb(0, &dev->cr); /* stop I2C controller */
udelay(5); /* let it shutdown in peace */
writeb(0x3F, &dev->fdr); /* set bus speed */
writeb(0x3F, &dev->dfsrr); /* set default filter */
i2c_bus_speed[1] = set_i2c_bus_speed(dev, gd->i2c2_clk, speed);
writeb(slaveadd << 1, &dev->adr); /* write slave address */
writeb(0x0, &dev->sr); /* clear status register */
writeb(I2C_CR_MEN, &dev->cr); /* start I2C controller */
#endif /* CFG_I2C2_OFFSET */
#endif
}
static __inline__ int
......@@ -279,7 +367,14 @@ int i2c_set_bus_num(unsigned int bus)
int i2c_set_bus_speed(unsigned int speed)
{
return -1;
unsigned int i2c_clk = (i2c_bus_num == 1) ? gd->i2c2_clk : gd->i2c1_clk;
writeb(0, &i2c_dev[i2c_bus_num]->cr); /* stop controller */
i2c_bus_speed[i2c_bus_num] =
set_i2c_bus_speed(i2c_dev[i2c_bus_num], i2c_clk, speed);
writeb(I2C_CR_MEN, &i2c_dev[i2c_bus_num]->cr); /* start controller */
return 0;
}
unsigned int i2c_get_bus_num(void)
......@@ -289,7 +384,8 @@ unsigned int i2c_get_bus_num(void)
unsigned int i2c_get_bus_speed(void)
{
return 0;
return i2c_bus_speed[i2c_bus_num];
}
#endif /* CONFIG_HARD_I2C */
#endif /* CONFIG_FSL_I2C */
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