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Tiger quick reference digital

Tiger Quick Reference - Digital

Enhanced signals diagrams and pin maps/layouts

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

  • This package is a compilation of detailed information on the Tiger Digital System for diagnosing faults.

  • It contains overall and detailed digital diagrams, signal paths, cabling and pin maps.

  • It is an addendum to the Tiger Signals Service Documentation CD.

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Table of contents

Table of Contents

Page #

  • Overall Diagram 4

  • Tester/Testhead Type Definitions5

  • TCIO and State Bus Path 9

  • Clocks 10

  • Matrix path 11

  • Calibration path 22

  • HSD Calibration24

  • Digital Power42

  • Board-installed Signal Flow44

  • TJA inputs from HSD46

  • Digital cable diagram 48

  • Digital and AC signal card pin outs 50

  • THADS Bus93

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Tiger quick reference digital

Overall Diagram

QSB #1

949-873-xx

Slot 49

PE32s

949-870-xx

Slots 44-48, 50-53

QSB #4

949-873-xx

Slot 58

PE32s

949-870-xx

Slots 54-57, 59-62

Digital Backplane A 949-881-00

J1

J13

J4

J58

J54-J57

J59-J62

J49

J44-J48

J50-J53

J11

TJA

TJA

Caltree

Caltree

Caltree

Sync In

Caltree

Caltree I/O

Caltree I/O

800 MHz Clk

HSD Sync Out

TCIO/State Bus

100 MHz Clock

100 MHz Clock

807-430-00

807-430-00

Matrix, Cal, DGS

Matrix, Cal, DGS

TCIO/State Bus

807-425-00

807-426-00

807-427-00

807-429-00

Tester Computer

BIF

PCI Slot 3

807-433-00

807-436-00

CSB Board

949-920-60

CSB Slot 1

Splitter Board

949-866-00

CSB Slot 2

807-432-00

To Digital BP B

J12

J2

807-434-00

807-437-00

807-436-00

To Digital BP B

J30 and J39

CSB Backplane

To TH Control Panel

807-429-00

To Dig BP A, J5 and J8

Digital BP B, J6 and J7

J2

J7

J8

J6

804-257-00

807-428-00

TCIO/State Bus

ACISB-A

949-886-01

Slot 1

807-425-00

807-431-00

To QSB1, Dig BP A, J1

To PACS BP #1

Slot 8

807-425-00

To QSB2, Dig BP B, J2

807-425-00

To QSB3 Dig BP B, J3

Analog BP

PPCLK100

807-425-00

To QSB4, Dig BP A, J4

J16, J17

J23

To DC Measurement

System

807-442-00

100 MHz Clock

807-426-00

To QSB1, Dig BP A, J49

10/100 MHz

Ref. Mod

807-426-00

To QSB2, Dig BP B, J39

To DIB Cable

807-444-00

807-426-00

To QSB3 Dig BP B, J30

From CSB BP, J6

807-425-00

J14

807-426-00

To QSB4, Dig BP A, J58

{

807-426-00

From CSB BP, J2

804-336-00

807-433-00

Sync In

807-427-00

Test Head Digital Backplane A (Quadrants 1 & 4)

To QSB1, Dig BP A, J49

TJA

807-433-00

To QSB1, Dig BP A, J49

To SCS

Slot 22

TMB #1

807-433-00

To QSB2, Dig BP B, J39

807-433-00

To QSB3 Dig BP B, J30

QSB #2

949-873-xx

Slot 39

PE32s

949-870-xx

Slots 35-38, 40-43

QSB #3

949-873-xx

Slot 30

PE32s

949-870-xx

Slots 25-29, 31-34

807-433-00

To QSB4, Dig BP A, J58

From Analog BP

J16 and J17

807-442-00

Digital Backplane B 949-882-00

DC Measurement System

J2

J12

J3

J30

J39

J35-J38

J40-J43

J25-J29

J31-J34

TJA

Caltree

Caltree

Caltree

Caltree

TJA

Caltree I/O

Caltree I/O

100 MHz Clock

TCIO/State Bus

807-430-00

807-430-00

100 MHz Clock

TCIO/State Bus

Matrix, Cal, DGS

SUPPORT CABINET

807-425-00

{

807-426-00

807-433-00

807-429-00

807-436-00

807-432-00

To Digital BP A J11

807-436-00

To Digital BP A

J49 and J58

807-429-00

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From CSB BP, J8

807-425-00

{

807-426-00

From CSB BP, J2

807-433-00

Test Head Digital Backplane B (Quadrants 2 & 3)


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Tester/Testhead Type Definitions

During Tiger System power up, the hardware is interrogated in order to determine the “type” of system.

A hardware malfunction or cabling problem can cause the system type to be reported as something other than a TIGER.

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804-258-00

804-257-00

807-428-00

10/100 MHz

Reference

949-703-00

BIF

949-823-01

CSB

949-920-xx

SPLITTER

949-866-00

J13

J3

J2

J2

J2

J7

J6

TIGER TEST SYSTEM

Tester/Testhead Type Definitions:

TESTER:

1.Power is offTester Empty

2.AD802-02 UB Interface PresentTester A565

3.AD934 MFS HSD50Tester A5zz

4.LA621 CSB HSD100Tester Beta (CAT)

5.AD731 VB Cage Interface

if present:Tester A500

if NOT presentTester A520

6.LA866 TIGER SplitterTester TIGER

7.None of the above (2-6)Tester A510

TESTHEAD:

1.Power is offTesthead Empty

2.AD834 Data Buffer in slot 53Testhead A500

3.AD667-01 Cal Strobe BufferTesthead PATH II

4.AD834 Data Buffer in slot 13Testhead ADV LINEAR

5.AD936 HSD50 Support BoardTesthead ADV MIXSIG

6.LA873 QSB in slot 49

or

LA886 ACISB in slot 1Testhead TIGER

7.A510 or A520 - remaining unmappedTesthead A510

Messages

1.SYSTEMPOWER IS OFF or TERABUS NOT TERMINATED:

If TBA Present:

Check that the 5V on the AD701 is present.

(The LED on the AD701 does not mean that the 5V is within spec.)

Check the 800-321 & 804-256 Cables.

Check the AD701 Terminator Board (879-701

804-256-00

800-321-00

DIGITAL I/F

879-802

Slot 1 UB

TBA

949-824

J3

J4

Terminator

Plug

807-358-00

J3

TERMINATOR

879-701-01

5V

2.SYSTEM Registers as A565

Reason: No Digital; “Sees” the AD802, but not the LA866 Splitter.

TCIO cable 804-257 problem or the CSB (TCIO Bus A/B to CSB).

Note:Check cable(s) and CSB; review the detailed system configuration

and observe what hardware is not recognized.

3.SYSTEM Registers as EMPTY: (May show as a Simulator)

TCIO Problem.

Check both TCIO Cables - 807-257 & 807-258.

Check the clock cable connecting the LA703 10/100 MHz Ref to the BIF.

See diagram above.

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804-256-00

800-321-00

J4

TBA

949-824-xx

Terminator

Plug

807-358-00

J3

TERMINATOR

879-701-00

5V

Testhead

Digital

BP A

J1

QSB #1

949-873-xx

J49

804-258-00

804-257-00

807-428-00

807-425-00

10/100 MHz

Reference

949-703-00

BIF

949-823-01

CSB

949-920-xx

SPLITTER

949-866-00

J13

J3

J2

J2

J2

J7

J6

TH I/F

879-726-00

Slot 3 SCS

Testhead

Analog

BP

J11

804-256-00

800-321-00

804-305-00

ACISB-B

949-886-00

J4

J4

TBA

949-824-xx

Terminator

Plug

807-358-00

J3

J3

DIGITAL I/F

879-802-00

Slot 1 UB

5V

TERMINATOR

879-701-00

4.

System is: Failing raw DC power supply and temperature checks;

Unable to map the AC channel cards;

Mapped as empty.

The TERABUS is cabled incorrectly or the cable is faulty.

Verify the connections of the TERABUS cable and that there is an

807-358-00 terminator on J3 of the TBA.

Check the 804-256-00 cable and the 800-321-03 cable.

5.TESTHEAD IS EMPTY

Neither the LA873 QSB in slot 49 or the LA886 ACISB in slot 1 of the testhead can be found.

Check the paths below for the signal path to readback the QSB and ACISB.

Note:Only one of the paths below is needed to recognize the testhead as a “TIGER”.

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5V


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PACS Card Cage

PSB

949-671

J1

804-258-00

804-257-00

807-428-00

10/100 MHz

Reference

949-703

SPLITTER

949-866

BIF

949-823

CSB

949-920

J3

J2

J2

J2

J13

J6

J7

807-425-00

PE32 or

DPE32

805-870

805-902

Testhead

Digital

BP A

QSB #1

949-873

J49

807-430-00

J1

879-289

Data Station

TATS Card Cage

J1

800-321-01

879-791

SBE

SCS Card Cage

879-289

Data Station

J4

J3

J1

804-306-00

Analog Test Head

J4A

J19

804-256-00

800-321-00

TH I/F

879-726

Slot 3 SCS

Testhead

Analog

BP

ACISB-B

949-886

J11

TBA

949-824

J4

804-305-00

J4B

J20

Terminator

Plug

807-358-00

TERMINATOR

879-701

J3

DIGITAL I/F

879-802

Slot 1 UB

UB Card Cage

J3

5V

Paths used to interrogate the Tiger System Configuration

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TCIO and STATE BUS to DIGITAL SUBSYSTEM

TESTHEAD

TCIO

State (A/B)(TCIO)

PE32s/AUX

Slots 44-48

Slots 50-53

804-257-00 Cable

807-425-00 Cable (x4)

QSB #1

Slot 49

CSB BACKPLANE

J1

Digital

Backplane A

TC0S

TC0D

TC1S

TC1D

TC2S

TC2D

TC0R

TCIR0

TCIR1

TC2R0

TC2R1

DK

DK*

RCLK

RCLK*

State_A (0..14)

State_B (0..14)

TCIO (0..2)

TCIO_R (0..2)

TSET_A/B

SDAT (A/B)

STB (A/B)

QUAL (A/B)

GMASK (A/B)

CLK_100MHZ (A/B)

RCLK_100MHZ (A/B)

FAIL (A/B)

CLRFL (A/B)

COND (A/B)

ADSS (0..5) (A/B)

PWRCL

BKPLN

Rows

67-72

1

PE32s

Slots 54-57

Slots 59-62

Test Computer

BIF

PCI Slot 3

J6

Digital

Backplane A

QSB #4

Slot 58

CSB

Splitter

26

J4

J1

J2

1

J8

Slot 1

Slot 2

26

PE32s/AUX

Slots 25-29

Slots 31-34

Digital

Backplane B

QSB #3

Slot 30

J2

PE32s

Slots 35-38

Slots 40-43

Digital

Backplane B

QSB #2

Slot 39

J3

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807-437-00 Cable

PE32s/AUX

Slots 44-48

Slots 50-53

100 MHz

Rows

33-34

Digital

BP A

QSB #1

Slot 49

J49

J5

QSB #1

Slot 49

CLK_800MHZ (1..4)

PE32s

Slots 35-38

Slots 40-43

Digital

BP B

QSB #2

Slot 39

J6

PE32s/AUX

Slots 25-29

Slots 31-34

Digital

BP B

QSB #3

Slot 30

J7

PE32s

Slots 54-57

Slots 59-62

Digital

BP A

QSB #4

Slot 58

J8

CLOCKS

100 MHz

800 MHz

QSB #1

Digital

BP A

PE32s/AUX

Slots 44-48

Slots 50-53

J49

807-426-00 Cables

C_CLK_100MHZ

C_CLK_100MHZ*

804-336-00 Cable

QSB #2

Digital

BP B

PE32s

Slots 35-38

Slots 40-43

10/100 MHZ

Reference

Module

15

J39

J14

CLK

CLK*

14

CSB

Slot 1

16

J2

17

18

QSB #3

Digital

BP B

PE32s/AUX

Slots 25-29

Slots 31-34

J30

QSB #4

Digital

BP A

PE32s

Slots 54-57

Slots 59-62

J58

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Matrix paths

Matrix Paths

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16

16

16

15

15

15

18

18

18

17

17

17

20

20

20

19

19

19

22

22

22

21

21

21

24

24

24

23

23

23

26

26

26

25

25

25

Matrix Pins 2, 46, 47 & 48 to Digital Subsystem

Support Cabinet

Test Head

Analog BP

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP B

P/O 807-441-00 Cable

P/O 807-431-00 Cable

Backplane Connections

P/O 807-432-00 Cable

Xpt 2 S

16

16

Xpt 2 S

16

16

Xpt 2 S

16

16

Xpt 2 S

16

11B

P

6

P

1

P

1

P

2

P

1

P

2

UB BP

Slot 2 J3

517-301-xx

Xpt 2 F

4

15

Xpt 2 F

15

15

Xpt 2 F

15

15

Xpt 2 F

15

11A

J13

Xpt 2 G

5, 17

18

Xpt 2 G

18

18

Xpt 2 G

18

18

Xpt 2 G

18

11C

J13

J11

J12

TO

QSBs

PE32s

AUX

P/O 807-442-00 Cable

Xpt 46 S

16

22B

17

Xpt 46 S

17

17

Xpt 46 S

17

17

Xpt 46 S

17

P

1

3

P

2

J23

Xpt 46 F

4

22A

20

Xpt 46 F

20

20

Xpt 46 F

20

20

Xpt 46 F

20

Xpt 46 G

5, 17

22C

19

Xpt 46 G

19

19

Xpt 46 G

19

19

Xpt 46 G

19

Xpt 47 S

19

24B

22

Xpt 47 S

22

22

Xpt 47 S

22

22

Xpt 47 S

22

UB BP

Slot 13 J3

517-301-xx

Xpt 47 F

7

24A

J17

21

Xpt 47 F

21

21

Xpt 47 F

21

21

Xpt 47 F

21

Xpt 47 G

8, 20

24C

24

Xpt 47 G

24

24

Xpt 47 G

24

24

Xpt 47 G

24

Xpt 48 S

22

26B

23

Xpt 48 S

23

23

Xpt 48 S

23

23

Xpt 48 S

23

Xpt 48 F

10

26A

26

Xpt 48 F

26

26

Xpt 48 F

26

26

Xpt 48 F

26

Xpt 48 G

11, 23

26C

25

Xpt 48 G

25

25

Xpt 48 G

25

25

Xpt 48 G

25

PE 32 (Jxx_P6) *

AUX (Jxx_P6) *

QSB (Jxx_P6) *

Xpt 2 S

Xpt 2 S

A13

A15

Xpt 47 S

A9

N/U

on

TIGER

Xpt 2 F

Xpt 2 F

B-F 13

B-F 15

Xpt 47 F

B-H 9

Xpt 2 G

Xpt 2 G

AA-EE 13

AA-EE 14

AA-EE 15

AA-EE 16

Xpt 47 G

AA-GG 9;

AA-GG 10

xx = Slot Number

Xpt 46 S

Xpt 46 S

A11

A17

Xpt 48 S

A7

Xpt 46 F

Xpt 46 F

B-F 11

B-F 17

Xpt 48 F

B-H 7

Xpt 46 G

Xpt 46 G

AA-EE 11

AA-EE 12

AA-EE 17

AA-EE 18

Xpt 48 G

AA-GG 7

AA-GG 8

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MATRIX/CALBUS CONNECTIONS BETWEEN TEST HEAD ANALOG BACKPANE AND DIGITAL BACKPLANES

ANALOG BP

DIGITAL BP A

DIGITAL BP A

DIGITAL BP B

J23

J13

J11

J12

807-431-00 Cable

Backplane

807-432-0

0 Cable

Pin

Signal

-------------------

Pin

Signal

Connections

Pin

Signal

-------

Pin

Signal

1

Alarm

-------------------

1

Alarm

-----------------

1

ALARM*

-------

1

ALARM*

2

Alarm Enable

-------------------

2

Alarm Enable

-----------------

2

ALARM_ENABLE*

-------

2

ALARM_ENABLE*

3

Bsafety

-------------------

3

Bsafety

-----------------

3

BSAFETY*

-------

3

BSAFETY*

4

Shutdown

-------------------

4

Shutdown

-----------------

4

SHUTDOWN*

-------

4

SHUTDOWN*

5

-------------------

5

-----------------

5

BRD_INSTALLED

-------

5

BRD_INSTALLED

6

-------------------

6

-----------------

6

-------

6

7

System DGS

-------------------

7

System DGS

-----------------

7

DGS

-------

7

DGS

8

DGS Shield

-------------------

8

DGS Shield

-----------------

8

AGND

-------

8

AGND

9

-------------------

9

-----------------

9

DC_CALBUS_HI_F

-------

9

DC_CALBUS_HI_F

10

-------------------

10

-----------------

10

DC_CALBUS_HI_S

-------

10

DC_CALBUS_HI_S

11

Dig. Cal HS

-------------------

11

Dig. Cal HS

-----------------

11

DC_CALBUS_LO_S

-------

11

DC_CALBUS_LO_S

12

Dig. Cal HG

-------------------

12

Dig. Cal HG

-----------------

12

DC_CALBUS_HI_G

-------

12

DC_CALBUS_HI_G

13

Dig. Cal HF

-------------------

13

Dig. Cal HF

-----------------

13

DC_CALBUS_LO_G

-------

13

DC_CALBUS_LO_G

14

-------------------

14

-----------------

14

DC_CALBUS_LO_F

-------

14

DC_CALBUS_LO_F

15

Dig.

Xpt 2 F

-------------------

15

Dig.

Xpt 2 F

-----------------

15

DC_MATRIX_2_F

-------

15

DC_MATRIX_2_F

16

Dig.

Xpt 2 S

-------------------

16

Dig.

Xpt 2 S

-----------------

16

DC_MATRIX_2_S

-------

16

DC_MATRIX_2_S

17

Dig.

Xpt 46 S

-------------------

17

Dig.

Xpt 46 S

-----------------

17

DC_MATRIX_46_S

-------

17

DC_MATRIX_46_S

18

Xpt 2 G

-------------------

18

Xpt 2 G

-----------------

18

DC_MATRIX_2_G

-------

18

DC_MATRIX_2_G

19

Xpt 46 G

-------------------

19

Xpt 46 G

-----------------

19

DC_MATRIX_46_G

-------

19

DC_MATRIX_46_G

20

Dig.

Xpt 46 F

-------------------

20

Dig.

Xpt 46 F

-----------------

20

DC_MATRIX_46_F

-------

20

DC_MATRIX_46_F

21

Dig.

Xpt 47 F

-------------------

21

Dig.

Xpt 47 F

-----------------

21

DC_MATRIX_47_F

-------

21

DC_MATRIX_47_F

22

Dig.

Xpt 47 S

-------------------

22

Dig.

Xpt 47 S

-----------------

22

DC_MATRIX_47_S

-------

22

DC_MATRIX_47_S

23

Dig.

Xpt 48 S

-------------------

23

Dig.

Xpt 48 S

-----------------

23

DC_MATRIX_48_S

-------

23

DC_MATRIX_48_S

24

Xpt 47 G

-------------------

24

Xpt 47 G

-----------------

24

DC_MATRIX_47_G

-------

24

DC_MATRIX_47_G

25

Xpt 48 G

-------------------

25

Xpt 48 G

-----------------

25

DC_MATRIX_48_G

-------

25

DC_MATRIX_48_G

26

Dig.

Xpt 48 F

-------------------

26

Dig.

Xpt 48 F

-----------------

26

DC_MATRIX_48_F

-------

26

DC_MATRIX_48_F

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Matrix Crosspoints Mapping

and

Pin Block/Channel Correlation

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38

35

25

23

13

11

1

A

B

C

D

J11

J12

J13

CABLE

PE32 Card 48

(Channels 225-256)

PE32 Card 50

(Channels 1-32)

PE32 Card 51

(Channels 33-64)

PE32 Card 52

(Channels 65-96)

PE32 Card 53

(Channels 97-128,

up to 112 shown)

Arrangement of digital channels, by DIB Header (DIB left, view from DUT side)

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38

35

25

23

13

11

1

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Calibration paths

Calibration Paths

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CALIBRATION SIGNALS

Mainframe UB Backplane

807-441-00 Cable

807-431-00 Cable

CAL LGCAL LSCAL LFCAL HGCAL HSCAL HF

Dig. Cal. HSense

Dig. Cal. HGuard

Dig. Cal. HForce

UB ASY

Slot 21

Testhead Analog Backplane

J3

J13

J23

807-432-00 Cable

DC_CALBUS_HI_F

DC_CALBUS_HI_S

DC_CALBUS_LO_S

DC_CALBUS_HI_G

DC_CALBUS_LO_G

DC_CALBUS_LO_F

J12

J13

J11

Testhead Digital Backplane B

Testhead Digital Backplane A

QSB #2

Slot 39

QSB #1

Slot 49

QSB #3

Slot 30

QSB #4

Slot 58

J30

J39

J58

J49

Row 26

Row 26

Row 26

Row 26

Rows 38-40

Rows 38-40

Q_CALTREE_IN(2)

Q_CALTREE_IN(4)

Q_CALTREE_IN(1)

Q_CALRTN_IN(4)

Q_CALRTN_IN(1)

Q_CALRTN_IN(3)

Q_CALRTN_IN(2)

Rows 38-40

Rows 38-40

Rows 41-45

Rows 41-45

Rows 41-45

Rows 41-45

Q_CALTREE_IN(3)

807-429-00 Cable

807-436-00 Cable

807-430-00 Cables

Signals:

P_CAL_TREE(1…9)

PE32

Slot 29

1

1

PE32

Slot 34

PE32

Slot 40

1

1

PE32

Slot 35

PE32

Slot 59

1

1

PE32

Slot 54

PE32

Slot 48

1

1

PE32

Slot 53

PE32

Slot 28

PE32

Slot 33

PE32

Slot 41

PE32

Slot 36

PE32

Slot 60

PE32

Slot 55

PE32

Slot 47

PE32

Slot 52

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

PE32

Slot 27

PE32

Slot 32

PE32

Slot 42

PE32

Slot 37

PE32

Slot 61

PE32

Slot 56

PE32

Slot 46

PE32

Slot 51

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

PE32

Slot 26

1

1

PE32

Slot 31

PE32

Slot 43

1

1

PE32

Slot 38

PE32

Slot 62

1

1

PE32

Slot 57

PE32

Slot 45

1

1

PE32

Slot 50

AUX

Slot 25

1

AUX

Slot 44

1

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

Tiger HSD Calibration

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

REF_CMP_IN

(DRIVER/COMPARATOR

INTERFACE)

REF_CMP_IN

REF_DRV_OUT

REFERENCE DRIVER

AND COMPARATOR

REF_DRV_OUT*

REF_CMP_OUT

REF_DRV_EDGE

Q_CALTREE_IN<4..1>

QSB TG GENERATOR

REF_CMP_OUT*

REF_DRV_EDGE*

ACISB1_CALTREE_IN

(QSB 1 SECTION)

Levels for Reference

Comparator

ACISB2_CALTREE_IN

TDR_VMEAS

QSB CALTREE

ICAL_IN_OUT

CALTREE_DUT

Q_CALTREE_OUT

P_CALTREE<9..1>

(QSB SECTION)

(CONTROL SECTION)

REF_CMP_OUT

REF_CMP_OUT*

QSB - REFERENCE DRIVER/COMPARATOR & CALTREE

P_PPMU_OUT<8..1> (PE32 Input)

P_PPMU_REF<8..1> (PE32 Input)

DC_MATRIX_46_F

QSB THI

DC_MATRIX_46_S

QSB PPMU

SUPPORT

REF_CMP_IN

DC_MATRIX_46_G

V_ICAL_OUT

THALOG

ACISB_CALBUS_HI_F

VBIAS

(PPMU

SUPPORT)

REF_DRV_OUT

CALTREE_DUT_OUT

CALTREE_DUT

ACISB_CALBUS_HI_S

REF_DRV_OUT*

ACISB_CALBUS_HI_G

DRV_CMP_CALTREE

DRV_CMP_ICAL_CALTREE

(BOARD

CONTROLAND

CONNECTIONS)

TDR_VMEAS

ICAL_IN_OUT

ICAL_IN_OUT

QSB - THI & PPMU SUPPORT

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

Q_CALTREE_IN<1>

Q_CALTREE_1_2

Q_CALTREE_IN<2>

Q_CALTREE_IN<3>

Q_CALTREE_3_4

Q_CALTREE_IN<4>

Q_CALTREE_1_4

ACISB1_CALTREE_IN

DRV_CMP_ICAL_CALTREE

CALTREE_ACISB_1_2

ACISB2_CALTREE_IN

Q_CALTREE_MISC

CALTREE_TDRVMEAS

TDR_VMEAS

P_CALTREE<1>

P_CALTREE<2>

P_CALTREE_1_2

P_CALTREE<3>

P_CALTREE_1_4

P_CALTREE_3_4

P_CALTREE<4>

P_CALTREE_5_8

P_CALTREE_LOW

P_CALTREE_5_6

P_CALTREE<5>

CALTREE_OUT

P_CALTREE_9_12

P_CALTREE_7_8

P_CALTREE<6>

P_CALTREE_HIGH

P_CALTREE<7>

P_CALTREE<8>

P_CALTREE_9_OPEN

P_CALTREE<9>

TP101

P_CALTREE_50_GND

CALTREE - PE RELAYS (QSB)

R

49.9

CALTREE - QUADRANT RELAYS (QSB)

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

CAL_1_0

CAL<0>

CAL_3_0

CAL<1>

CAL_3_2

CAL<2>

CAL_7_0

CAL<3>

CAL_5_4

CAL<4>

CAL_7_4

CAL<5>

CAL_15_0

CAL_7_6

CAL<6>

CAL<7>

CAL_9_8

CAL<8>

CAL_11_8

CAL<9>

CAL_11_10

CAL<10>

CAL_15_8

CAL<11>

CAL_13_12

CAL<12>

CAL_15_12

CAL<13>

QSB_CALTREE_COAX

(from QSB)

CALTREE_OUT

CAL_15_14

CAL<14>

CAL<15>

CAL_17_16

CAL<16>

CAL_19_16

CAL<17>

CAL_19_18

CAL<18>

CAL_23_16

CAL<19>

CAL_21_20

CAL<20>

CAL_23_20

CAL<21>

CAL_31_16

CAL_23_22

CAL<22>

CAL<23>

CAL_25_24

CAL<24>

CAL_27_24

CAL<25>

CAL_27_26

CAL<26>

CAL_31_24

CAL<27>

CAL_29_28

CAL<28>

CAL_31_28

CAL<29>

CAL_31_30

CAL<30>

CAL<31>

CALTREE RELAYS (PE32)

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

V_ICAL_OUT

S8

THALOG

S7

VBIAS

S6

-

SYSTEM_DGS

S5

ADC_SIG1

+

P_PPMU_OUT<4>

S4

P_PPMU_OUT<3>

S3

THI1_ADC_BUSY

P_PPMU_OUT<2>

S2

A0 A1 A2

P_PPMU_OUT<1>

THI1_ADC_IN

THI1 ADC SDATA

S1

+

To THI1

A/D

-

Q_DGS

THI1_ADC_SCLK

S8

Q_DGS

S7

Q_DGS

S6

-

S5

ADC_REF1

P_PPMU_REF<4>

+

S4

P_PPMU_REF<3>

S3

10V A/D REFERENCE

P_PPMU_REF<2>

S2

P10VREF

A0 A1 A2

P_PPMU_REF<1>

S1

10V

REG

THI1_ADC_MUX_SEL<0>

P15VA

THI1_ADC_MUX_SEL<1>

P10VREF

THI1_ADC_MUX_SEL<2>

10V

REG

S8

S7

S6

-

QSB_DUT_DGS

ADC_SIG2

S5

+

P_PPMU_OUT<8>

S4

P_PPMU_OUT<7>

THI2_ADC_BUSY

S3

P_PPMU_OUT<6>

S2

P_PPMU_OUT<5>

A0 A1 A2

THI2_ADC_IN

THI2 ADC SDATA

S1

+

To THI2

A/D

-

THI2_ADC_SCLK

Q_DGS

S8

Q_DGS

S7

Q_DGS

S6

-

S5

ADC_REF2

+

P_PPMU_REF<8>

S4

P_PPMU_REF<7>

S3

P_PPMU_REF<6>

S2

P_PPMU_REF<5>

A0 A1 A2

S1

THI2_ADC_MUX_SEL<0>

THI2_ADC_MUX_SEL<1>

QSB THI CONNECTIONS - ANALOG MUXES - ADC

THI2_ADC_MUX_SEL<2>

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

KF

Vih

Vil

Voh

Comp Out

FAIL

LOGIC

Comp Out

Vol

CHOUT

DCL_OUT < >

DOUT < >

Vclh

KDUT

Iol

Vcll

VCP

LOAD CTRL

R

301K

Ioh

CAL_IND < >

CHAN_TEE < >

CAL < >

DOUT_ALARM < >

KP

DC_MTX_F <3..0>

KA

KMF

ALARM < >

Vppmu

PPMU_CH < >

KPPMU

FALCON DCL AND CHANNEL RELAYS (PE32)

PPMU Meas Out

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

KDUT

Vih

CH. DATA INPUT

KF

Vil

Voh

Comp Out

(closed)

Comp Out

Vol

301K

Iol

VCP

LOAD CTRL

Ioh

CAL

PPMU

KPPMU

DC MTX FORCE

KMF

ALARM

KA

PPMU Calibration Path (PE32)

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

100K

100K

40

40

10K

10K

1K

1K

-15VA

+15VA

ICAL_IN_OUT

TDR_VMEAS

V_ICAL_OUT

ACISB_CALBUS_HI_F

DC_MATRIX_46_F

ACISB_CALBUS_HI_S

VBIAS

DC_MATRIX_46_S

THALOG

LJC MATRIX

-15VA

+15VA

PPMU - CURENT CALIBRATION CIRCUIT (QSB)

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

DUT_ALARM

ALARM

R

Vih

Vclh

FUNCTIONAL

DUT

Driver

Vcll

Vil

PARAMETRIC

PPMU

Voh

PPMU

DC_FORCE

Vol

DC SUBSYSTEM

MUX

MATRIX

DCMS

Ioh

DYNAMIC

LOAD

Iol

DC_SENSE

Vcp

CAL

PE Board

QSB

Vih, Vil, Voh, Vol Calibration, PPMU Calibration

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

Kms

Kmf

DRV

V/I Source

S1

(UBVI)

XPT depends upon

Digital Channel

(2,46,47 or 48)

CMP

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

CMP

Kmd

F

807-441-00

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

807-432-00

807-431-00

System Voltmeter

Xpt 2

S

Kdut

Kf

A/D

807-442-00

J

1

7

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

Vppmu

Kp

Xpt 46 - 48

PPMU 1

DGS

TATS Card Cage

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

Kppmu1

32

PPMU 2

Kppmu2

CALTREE

MUX SEL

949-873

QSB

DGS

PPMU 32

PE32

Kppmu32

DGS Oct 1

DGS Oct 2

DATA OUT

Gain and

Level Shift

A/D

MUX

PPMU Meas 1

PPMU Meas 2

949-873

QSB

Oct & Bd SELECT

QSB A/D Calibration - Voltmeter

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

Vih

DRV

Vil

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

807-441-00

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

Matrix Sense

807-432-00

807-431-00

System Voltmeter

Xpt 2

Kdut

Kf

A/D

807-442-00

J

1

7

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

Vppmu

Kp

Xpt 46 - 48

Matrix Sense

PPMU 1

DGS

TATS Card Cage

Kms

Kmf

Kppmu1

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

32

PPMU 2

Kppmu2

CALTREE

MUX SEL

949-873

QSB

DGS

PPMU 32

PE32

Kppmu32

DGS Oct 1

DGS Oct 2

DATA OUT

Gain and

Level Shift

A/D

MUX

PPMU Meas 1

PPMU Meas 2

949-873

QSB

Oct & Bd SELECT

Vih/Vil Calibration

CMP

CMP

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

Vih

DRV

Vil

Voh

CMP

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

CMP

Vol

807-441-00

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

Matrix Sense

807-432-00

807-431-00

System Voltmeter

Xpt 2

Kdut

Kf

A/D

807-442-00

J

1

7

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

Vppmu

Kp

Xpt 46 - 48

Matrix Sense

PPMU 1

DGS

TATS Card Cage

Kms

Kmf

Kppmu1

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

32

PPMU 2

Kppmu2

CALTREE

MUX SEL

949-873

QSB

DGS

PPMU 32

PE32

Kppmu32

DGS Oct 1

DGS Oct 2

DATA OUT

Gain and

Level Shift

A/D

MUX

PPMU Meas 1

PPMU Meas 2

949-873

QSB

Oct & Bd SELECT

Voh/Vol Calibration

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

DRV

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

Vclh

Vcll

807-441-00

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

Matrix Sense

807-432-00

807-431-00

System Voltmeter

Xpt 2

Kdut

Kf

A/D

807-442-00

J

1

7

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

Vppmu

Kp

Xpt 46 - 48

Matrix Sense

PPMU 1

DGS

TATS Card Cage

Kms

Kmf

I=+/-

Kppmu1

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

32

PPMU 2

Kppmu2

CALTREE

MUX SEL

949-873

QSB

DGS

PPMU 32

PE32

Kppmu32

DGS Oct 1

DGS Oct 2

DATA OUT

Gain and

Level Shift

A/D

MUX

PPMU Meas 1

PPMU Meas 2

949-873

QSB

Oct & Bd SELECT

Vclh/Vcll Calibration

CMP

CMP

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

DRV

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

Iol=xmA

807-441-00

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

Matrix Sense

807-432-00

807-431-00

Vcp

System Voltmeter

Xpt 2

Kdut

Ioh=xmA

Kf

A/D

807-442-00

J

1

7

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

Vppmu

Kp

Xpt 46 - 48

Matrix Sense

PPMU 1

DGS

TATS Card Cage

Kms

Kmf

I=0mA

Kppmu1

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

32

PPMU 2

Kppmu2

CALTREE

MUX SEL

949-873

QSB

DGS

PPMU 32

PE32

Kppmu32

DGS Oct 1

DGS Oct 2

DATA OUT

Gain and

Level Shift

A/D

MUX

PPMU Meas 1

PPMU Meas 2

949-873

QSB

Oct & Bd SELECT

Vcp Calibration

CMP

CMP

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

DRV

CMP

CMP

PE

CALTREE

Iol

Vcp

Ioh

Kp

Kf

Other

Channels

PE32

100K

10K

100K

1K

10K

40

PE

RELAYS

QSB

RELAYS

1K

Other

PE32s

-

40

MUX

A/D

+

DGS

DGS+2.5V

Other

QSBs

QSB #1

Ioh/Iol Calibration

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

DH Edge being compared by the GVOH comparator and the compare

signal measured by the TCMU (Timing Calibration Measurement Unit).

The path starts at the Per Pin Deskew adjustment, running thru the

Event Logic, Precondition, and Linearization RAM. Then it goes into the EG4,

thru the DH verniers, Drive Polarity, and out the Data Formatter as DP.

Next is the FALCON, where DP goes into the Driver, swinging back thru

the comparator in to the Mux Logic on the EG4. Then the Pulse Width

Adjustment is applied and the Compare Data path is taken onto the Cal Return,

which brings us to QSB1, into the ARK and many muxes. The path proceeds

thru Measure ME to the Front End and finally into the TCMU.

TMS

QSB1

DRV_TG

Reference Driver Edge

ACISB

TRIG

Reference

Driver

TRIG

Measure Me

MPC

SDAT

DIB

TCMU Enable

Griffin

and

R

R

Front

PPMU

Vector

ADC

ARK

STB

and

Missing

Control

Data

End

Logic

Edge

TREF

Latch

Cal Return

Data

TCMU

and

Cntrl

TREF

ADC

Other Cal

Reference

ACISB1

Returns

Comp Latch

Comparator

EXT_DRV_TG

ACISB2

HSD_SYNC_OUT

Misc.

PPMU

(Cal Resistors)

QSB

Select

(x2)

PE9

User Scope Sync

PE

Open

Select

(x4)

50 Ohm

Load

R

Short

Edge Type

Event

Cells

Per Pin

Deskew

PE

Edge Timing

Caltree

DIB

External

Instruments

Event

Cell

Data

IOL

Relays

VT

I/O

Format

Event

Steering

Logic

DH a/b

PPMU

IOH

DH/DL

Precondition

Linearization

RAM

Relay

MCon

DE

Relay

DP

Trim

From

QSB

through

DACs

DH/DL

Driver

FunCon

DUT Con

Drive

Polarity

Logic

VIH

DH/DL

a/b

Relay

Relay

Data

Formatter

DH/DL

Verniers

VIL

PE32

VOH

Compare Data

GVOH

Cal Return

Format

MUX

Logic

GVOH/LVOL

Pulse Width

Adjust

CH

GVOH

LVOL

QSB

CL

LVOL

VOL

Fixed Neg

Prot Clamp

VCL

Z Clamps

VCH

EDGE PLACEMENT CALIBRATION

Fixed Pos

Prot Clamp

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

TMS

QSB 1

DRV_TG

Reference Driver Edge

Reference

ACISB

Driver

TRIG

TRIG

DIB

SDAT

MPC

Measure ME

PPMU

R

R

Griffin

Vector Data

ADC

TCMU Enable

and

CTRL

ARK

Front

Missing

ACISB1

and

End

Edge

Logic

STB

Latch

CAL RETURN

Misc.

ACISB2

TREF

Data

TCMU

Other Cal Returns

QSB

&

TREF

CNTRL

Select

ADC

Reference

(x2)

Comparator

Comp Latch

PE9

EXT_DRV_TG

Open

HSD_SYNC_OUT

PE

Select

50 Ohm

(x4)

Load

R

User Scope Sync

Short

DIB

External

Instruments

Edge

Event

PE Caltree

DH a/b

IOL

Timing

Data

Relays

Event

Per Pin

DH/DL

Linearization

From

Vcp

Logic

Adj

.

Precondition

RAM

QSB

thru

PPMU

DACs

Relay

IOH

MCon

Relay

DE

DH/DL

DH/DL

Drive

DH/DL

DP

DP

a/b

Data

Polarity

Trim

Verniers

Formatter

Logic

VIH

FunCon

DUT Con

From

Relay

Relay

VIL

QSB

thru

VOH

DACs

GVOH

GVOH/LVOL

CAL Return

DH EDGE

MUX

Pulse Width

Format

Logic

Adjust

Calibration

LVOL

EG4 (QSB)

QSB

VOL

PE32

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

A/D

A/D

REF_CMP_IN

P_CALTREE<1>

REF_DRV_OUT

P_CALTREE_1_2

CALTREE_DUT

Q_CALTREE_IN<1>

P_CALTREE<2>

REF_DRV_OUT*

P_CALTREE_1_4

P_CALTREE_3_4

P_CALTREE<3>

Q_CALTREE_1_2

ICAL_IN_OUT

Q_CALTREE_IN<2>

To Other

QSBs via

807-429-00

QSB to QSB,

Cal. Cable

P_CALTREE_LOW

P_CALTREE_5_8

Q_CALTREE_IN<3>

Q_CALTREE_1_4

P_CALTREE_5_6

P_CALTREE<4>

Q_CALTREE_3_4

P_CALTREE_9_12

To PE32s

via

807-430-00

QSB to PE32

CALTREECable

DRV_CMP_ICAL_CALTREE

Q_CALTREE_IN<4>

CALTREE_OUT

P_CALTREE<5>

P_CALTREE_7_8

Q_CLATREE_MISC

ACISB1_CALTREE_IN

P_CALTREE_HIGH

P_CALTREE<6>

CALTREE_ACISB_1_2

ACISB2_CALTREE_IN

P_CALTREE_9_OPEN

P_CALTREE<7>

P_CALTREE_50_GND

CALTREE_TDRMEAS

P_CALTREE<8>

TDR_VMEAS

P_CALTREE<9>

TP101

49.9

Ohms

QSB

CAL<0>

CAL_1_0

CAL<1>

CAL_3_0

CAL<2>

CAL_3_2

CAL<3>

Test Head

Digital BP B

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Digital BP A

Test Head

Analog BP

CAL_7_0

CAL<4>

CAL_5_4

CAL<5>

J

1

2

J

1

1

J

1

3

J

2

3

J

1

3

UB BP

Slot 2

517-301

807-432-00

807-441-00

807-431-00

CAL<6>

CAL_7_4

CAL_7_6

CAL_15_0

CAL<7>

KDUT

KF

Vppmu

CAL<8>

J

1

7

807-442-00

UB BP

Slot 13

517-301

CAL_9_8

CAL<9>

KP

CAL_11_8

CAL<10>

Matrix Sense

PPMU 1

DGS

CAL_11_10

CAL<11>

TATS Card Cage

KMF

CAL<12>

CAL_15_8

CAL_13_12

CAL<13>

KPPMU1

CAL<14>

CAL

CALTREE_OUT

CAL_15_12

CAL_15_14

CAL<15>

QSB_CALTREE_COAX

PPMU MEAS OUT

1

CAL<16>

CAL_17_16

CAL<17>

CAL_19_16

PPMU Meas 1

CAL<18>

PPMU 2

CAL_19_18

PPMU Meas 2

32

KPPMU2

CAL<19>

CAL_23_16

CAL<20>

MUX SEL

CAL_21_20

Gain and

Level Shifter

CAL<21>

MUX

CAL<22>

DGS

CAL_23_20

CAL_23_22

DGS Oct 1

PPMU 32

CAL<23>

KPPMU32

DGS Oct 2

CAL<24>

CAL_25_24

CAL_31_16

CAL<25>

CAL_27_24

Oct & Bd Select

949-873

QSB

CAL<26>

CAL_27_26

PE32

CAL<27>

CAL<28>

CAL_31_24

CAL_29_28

CAL<29>

CAL<30>

CAL_31_28

CAL_31_30

12/02/02

CAL<31>


Tiger quick reference digital

Digital Power

12/02/02


Tiger quick reference digital

System Node

Front Panel

P/O

807-476-00

Cable

866-156-00

Cable

QSBs

(SMC Node)

MAP-110

Power Supply

405-376-00

SYS

NODE

P2

P3

P1

P2

J10

+ 5V

J-PWR

+5V SYS NODE

P5

Testhead

Digital

Backplane A

J19

(Located in top BAY 1)

P/O

807-440-01

Cable

PE32s

(SMC Node)

807-477-00 Cable

P1

P2

Support

Cabinet

Node

J24

SMC PWR SUPPLY

(On top of PDU)

405-223-00

+24V

J20

+/- 5V & +/- 5V RTN

+24V

QSBs

(SMC Node)

Testhead

Digital

Backplane B

P4

J10

804-182-00

Cable

J20

48VDC Busbar

P1

P2

JC-

LON

CDU

NODE

PE32s

(SMC Node)

24V / LON

Testhead

Digital

Backplane

A & B

Busbar

Digital

Power

Supplies

-2.5V*

+0.8V*

-5.2V

-2.0V

+5.0V

-3.6V

3.3V*

Analog

Power

Supplies

+15V

-15V

-10V

+15V

CDU CABINET

48VDC

807-423-00

PDU

Side

Panel

DC1-DC4

QSB

807-423-00

Digital

Power

Supplies

-2.0V

+0.8V**

-2.5V**

-3.6V

-5.2V

3.3V**

Analog

Power

Supplies

+5.0V

+10V

-5.0V

+15V

FRM

QSB

807-423-00

807-423-00

-10V

Digital

Power

Supplies

-2.0V

+0.8V*

-2.5V*

-3.6V

-5.2V

3.3V*

Analog

Power

Supplies

+5.0V

+10V

-5.0V

+15V

-10V

DPE32

** The 3.3V is developed as -2.5V + 0.8V

PE32

DC VOLTAGES TO THE TESTHEAD DIGITAL BACKPLANE AND DIGITAL BOARDS

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P6

J10

J12

P2

3

3

BD_INST_I

5

5

Test Head Digital Backplane B 949-882-00

P/O

807-440-01

Cable

J25

J26…J27...J28

J29

J30

J31...J32...J33

J34

J35

J36..J37..J38

J39

J40..J41..J42

807-432-00

J43

P3

Cable

J

C

-

T

H

BDS_IN_C

AUX

PE32

QSB #3

PE32

PE32

QSB #2

PE32

4

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

BDS_IN_M

5

J44

J45

J46...J47...J48

J49

J50...J51...J52

J53

J54

J55...J56...J57

J58

J59...J60...J61

J62

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

AUX

PE32

QSB #1

PE32

PE32

QSB #4

PE32

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

1

5

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

2

6

J25_PFILL

J29_PFILL

J30_PFILL

J34_PFILL

J35_PFILL

J39_PFILL

J43_PFILL

P7

J9

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

3

7

J11

P1

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

4

8

3

3

BD_INST_I

5

5

J44_PFILL

J45_PFILL

J49_PFILL

J53_PFILL

J54_PFILL

J58_PFILL

J62_PFILL

Test Head Digital Backplane A 949-881-00

Notes:

1. When board is installed in slot, a 0 ohm resistor

is connected between the input and output.

2. The total resistance measured between J9-3 and

J10-3 isxxxx ohms when all boards are installed.

1

4

Jxx_PFILL

Connector

2

1

10

9

34

37

P6, P7

P3

807-440-01 Cable

“P” connector layouts

Board_Installed Signal Flow

ON

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QSB #1

TMS A

TMS BTMS E

P1

Slot 45

PE #5

807-433-00 Cable

P2

TMS A

Row 45

Slot 46

PE #6

TMS B

Slot 47

PE #7

Slot 48

PE #8

TMS E

Slot 50

PE #1

Rows 28-30

(J49-P10)

Slot 51

PE #2

TMS ATMS BTMS E

Slot 52

PE #3

Slot 53

PE #4

Slot 49

QSB #2

PE32

TMS A

TMS BTMS E

TMS A

Slot 35

PE #9

P1

807-433-00 Cable

P2

Slot 36

PE #10

TMS B

Row 48

Slot 37

PE #11

Slot 38

PE #12

TMS E

866-107-00 Cable

P1

Slot 40

PE #13

P2

Rows 28-30

(J39-P10)

A

TJA

PACS CAGE

949-861-00

Slot 41

PE #14

TMS ATMS BTMS E

J

2

B

Slot 42

PE #15

Slot 43

PE #16

Slot 39

E

TMB 1

SCS CAGE

Slot 22

Rows 62-64

QSB #3

PE32

TMS A

TMS BTMS E

Slot 26

TMS A

P1

P2

PE #17

807-433-00 Cable

Row 51

949-782-00

Slot 27

PE #18

TMS B

PE #19

Slot 28

TMS E

Slot 29

PE #20

Slot 31

PE #21

Rows 28-30

(J30-P10)

Slot 32

PE #22

TMS ATMS BTMS E

Slot 33

PE #23

Slot 34

PE #24

Slot 30

QSB #4

PE32

TMS A

TMS BTMS E

Slot 54

PE #29

P2

807-433-00 Cable

TMS A

P1

Row 59

Slot 55

PE #30

TMS B

Slot 56

PE #31

TMS E

Slot 57

PE #32

Slot 59

PE #25

Rows 28-30

(J58-P10)

Slot 60

PE #26

TMS ATMS BTMS E

Slot 61

PE #27

Slot 62

PE #28

Slot 58

Row 38 40 43

P2

P3

P4

807-320-01 Cable

P1

Rows 75-79

TMB #2

SCS CAGE

Slot 20

949-782-00

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Digital Cable Diagram

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807-430-00

(x4)

TH DIG BP A or B

J53 J54 (A) J35 J34 (B)

Row 1

804-257-00

TH DIG BP A

J49 (QSB 1)

J58 (QSB 4)

Rows 41-45

TH DIG BP B

J39 (QSB 2)

J30 (QSB 3)

Rows 41-45

Test Computer

BIF PCI Slot 3 J2

CSB BP Slot 1

Row 67-72

CAL TREE

TCIO

TH DIG BP A or B

J52 J55 (A) J36 J33 (B)

Row 1

804-336-00

CSB Slot 1

Row 14

10/100 MHz Ref

J14

TH DIG BP A or B

J51 J56 (A) J37 J32 (B)

Row 1

PPCLK100

TH DIG BP A or B

J50 J57 (A) J38 J31 (B)

Row 1

804-337-00

CSB BP Slot 1

Row 23

PACS II

CLK100

TH DIG BP A or B

J48 J59 (A) J40 J29 (B)

Row 1

Linear BB +15V

CSB BP Slot 1

Row 145

807-202-00

TH DIG BP A or B

J47 J60 (A) J41 J28 (B)

Row 1

Linear BB -15V

TH DIG BP A or B

J46 J61 (A) J42 J27 (B)

Row 1

807-425-00

CSB BP Slot 2

J6 Row 1

TH DIG BP A J1

TH DIG BP A or B

J45 J62 (A) J43 J26 (B)

Row 1

807-425-00

CSB BP Slot 2

J6 Row 26

TH DIG BP B J2

TH DIG BP A/B

J44(A) J43 J25(B)

Row 1

807-425-00

CSB BP Slot 2

J8 Row1

TH DIG BP B J3

807-425-00

807-431-00

TH ANA BP J23

TH DIG BP A J13

CSB BP Slot 2

J8 Row26

TH DIG BP A J4

Matrix (xpt 2,46,47,48)

CAL; DGS; Safety;Shutdown

STATE A/B

TCIO

CLK

807-432-00

TH DIG BP A J11

TH DIG BP B J12

807-426-00

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 15

DC_CALBUS; DGS;

Matrix (xpt 2,46,47,48)

Safety; Shutdown

TH DIG BP A J49

807-426-00

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 16

TH DIG BP A J58

807-433-00

(x4)

807-426-00

TH DIG BP A/B

J30,J39,J49,J58

Rows 28-30

SCS BP Slot 22

Row 45,48,51,59

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 17

TH DIG BP B J30

TMS A, B, E

807-426-00

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 18

TH DIG BP B J39

807-434-00

CLK100

TH DIG BP A J49

Row 35

CTRL PNL HSD

SYNC

TH DIG BP A J49

Row 31

HSD SYNC

807-435-00

TH ANA BP J11

Row 10

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 6

807-427-00

TH DIG BP A J49

Row 37

Cal Tree; THADS

SCS BP Slot 20

TMB 2 or

Slot 22 TMB 1

Row 40

TMS Start

TH ANA BP J12

Row 10

RCLK/FFAIL

CSB BP Slot 2

J7 Row 1 or Row 4

TH DIG BP A J58

Row 26

CSB BP Slot 1

J2 Row 52 or

Row 163

807-428-00

807-436-00

TH DIG BP A J49

Row 26

TH DIG BP B J39

Row 26

PACS BP #1

Slot 8 row

40 or row 98

STATEA/B

CALRTN

TH DIG BP B J30

Row 26

TH DIG BP A J58

Rows 38-40

TH DIG BP A J5

807-429-00

807-437-00

TH DIG BP A J49

Rows 38-40

TH DIG BP B J39

Rows 38-40

TH DIG BP B J6

TH DIG BP A J49

Rows 33-34

TH DIG BP B J7

CALTREE

TH DIG BP B J30

Rows 38-40

CLK_800 MHz

TH DIG BP A J8

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Digital Signal Cards (PE32)

  • Digital Signal Cards (PE32)

  • This section lists pin-outs for digital signal cards. The digital section of the Tiger test head can be loaded with 32 PE32 channel cards (providing 1024 digital signals) and four Quad Support Boards (QSBs).

  • For all tables in this section, pin block column 1 is toward the center of the board.

  • Some of the figures and tables in this section do not include listings or names for some pins.

    Unless otherwise noted, unlisted pins and those listed with blank entries are unused and carry no signal.

  • Arrangement of Digital Channels

  • Each DIB pin block includes space for 51 signals (48 digital, 3 DGS). However, Tiger digital channel cards (PE32s) contain 34 signals (32 digital, 2 DGS), so signals from adjacent cards are adjoined on the DIB. Therefore, some channel cards deliver signals to two pin blocks, as shown in figures 1-1and 1-2.

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Arrangement of Digital Channels

Figure 1-1. Correlation of PE32s to DIB Pin Blocks, DIB Left

Figure 1-2. Correlation of PE32s to DIB Pin Blocks, DIB Right

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Arrangements of digital channels

Arrangements of Digital Channels

  • Each pin block is divided into three sections (labeled A, B, and C). Each section contains 16 digital channels. Within each pin block:

    Section A occupies Pogo pads A1 through D11

    Section B occupies Pogo pads A13 through D23

    Section C occupies Pogo pads A25 through D35

  • Figure shows the locations of each section within a pin block. (This figure shows a pin block from the left side of the DIB with the DUT up. The section numbering for pin blocks on the right side of the DIB is reversed; refer to Figure for details.)

  • Signals from three PE32s are brought out to the DIB in a specific pattern that crosses two pin blocks. This pattern repeats every 96 channels and proceeds in a U shape as follows (refer to figures, or to an example of how this applies to the first 96 channels):

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Arrangements of Digital Channels

  • All 32 channels from the first PE32 in the pattern are consecutive and appear on the outside

    (away from the DUT) and middle sections of the first pin block (Section C and Section B).

  • The 32 channels from the second PE32 in the pattern are split between two adjacent pin

    blocks: the first 16 channels appear on the inside (toward the DUT) of the first pin block

    (Section A). The second 16 channels appear on the inside of the second pin block (Section A).

  • The last 32 channels in the series are also consecutive and appear on the outside and middle

    sections of the second pin block (Section C and Section B).

Figure shows how the digital channels are arranged on the left side of the DIB, using pin

blocks J11 and J12. (The signals in pin block J13 are included to demonstrate the repetition of the

pattern.)

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Table shows the mapping of PE32 channel cards to DIB pin blocks. (Table) shows the arrangement of signals and grounds for one digital DIB pin block.) This table is arranged in ascending order of digital channels (1 to 1024), regardless of position on the DIB.

Table 1-1. DIB Locations for All PE32 Channel Cards

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Digital channel signal layout for pe32

Digital Channel Signal Layout for PE32

Figure x-x shows the arrangement of signal, ground, and empty Pogo pads within pin blocks.

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Pe32 pin electronics32 channel card

PE32 (Pin Electronics32) Channel Card

  • The PE32 provides per-pin functionality for 32 high-speed digital channels, including timing, source and measurement of voltage and current, digital signals, and calibration.

  • Table lists the signals and grounds for one digital pin block.

B

Table 1-2. DIB Pin Block Signal Arrangement for Digital Channels

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Note: There are three DUT_DGS pins (10B, 22B, and 34B) in each pin block. To use the PE32 reference as the DUT reference, connect the PE32’s DGS signals to the DUT ground.

Table lists the location on the DIB of each digital channel. (Table provides a visual layout of the arrangement of digital and analog channels on the DIB.)

Table 1-3. Digital Channel Locations on the DIB

Table 1-3. Digital Channel Locations on the DIB (Continued)

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Digital Channel Locations on the DIB (Continued)

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Digital Channel Locations on the DIB (Continued)

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Quad support board

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Ac signal cards

AC SIGNAL CARDS

The Tiger AC card cage uses frame cards to hold two AC instruments, referred to as “upper” and “lower,” per pin block, and both instruments have access to the entire pin block. As a result, you can install instruments in the same frame card only if they do not have any signal pins in common.

Table details which cards can coexist under the same pin block.

The slots in the frame card are labeled as follows:

• The lower AC channel card is closer to the DIB and is even-numbered.

• The upper AC channel card is further from the DIB and is odd-numbered.

Analog Instrument Loading Rules

Placement of AC Instruments in Shared Frame Cards

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Analog Channel-Card-to-DIB Pin Block Mapping

The Tiger test head allows two analog channel cards to be placed within one frame card and to share one pin block on the DIB. Table lists the mappings of analog slots to DIB pin blocks.

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Mapping of Analog Slot Locations to DIB Pin Blocks (Continued)

1. ACISB-B replaces the Catalyst’s Left HAS in slot 1.

2. To maintain numbering compatibility with Catalyst test systems, instrument slot numbers 12 and 13 are not assigned to physical locations.

3. ACISB-A replaces the Catalyst’s Right HAS in slot 24.

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AC Support Board Pin-outs

This section describes the pin-outs for support boards in the AC section of the test head.

AC Instrument Support Boards (ACISB-A, ACISB-B)

The ACISBs provide all the support needed for the instruments in the AC section of the test head.

This includes distributing THADS, timing, and calibration signals; bringing stored databits (SDBs) to the DIB; and providing power to the instruments as well as user power. User power can be provided in levels of +/-30V, +12V, +/-15V, and +/-5V. ACISB-B is also responsible for providing power and signals to the EEPROM, and other miscellaneous control voltages. ACISBs require the entire test head slot and do not use frame cards.

ACISB-A (also called “Right ACISB”) appears in pin block J1.

ACISB-A Channel Card Pinout

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ACISB-A Channel Card Pinout (Continued)

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ACISB-B (also called “Left ACISB”) appears in pin block J26.

ACISB-B Channel Card Pinout

ACISB-B Channel Card Pinout (continued)

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Quad Voltage Source (QVS)

The Quad Voltage Source (QVS) is a programmable device power supply that can regulate output voltage within a small deviation over a wide and fast variation of current. It is designed to test devices that require higher current draw and reduced operating voltages. It provides current of up to 5.0A and voltages of up to 6V. Total power per channel is limited to 30W (DC), with a peak of 240W (DC) per board. Maximum metering frequency is 50KHz.

QVS Channel Card Pinout

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High Current Power Supply (HCPS)

The HCPS provides a stable supply voltage on the DUT power supply pins and measures the current drawn. It is capable of providing 15A on each of two high-current channels, and 6A on each of four medium-current channels, in voltage ranges between 0V and 8V.

HCPS Channel Card Pinout

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Low Frequency AC (LFAC)

The Low Frequency AC Source (LFACSRC) is designed to provide, and the Low Frequency AC Digitizer (LFACDIG) is designed to digitize, AC waveforms for applications such as audio and telecom device testing. Typical tests include gain vs. frequency, distortion, and signal-to-noise ratio.

The source instrument provides samples at frequencies ranging from DC to 1.2MHz at voltages of

up to +/-10.24V (....5.12V between 500KHz and 1.2MHz), with a current of < 65mA. The digitizer samples waveforms at frequencies of between DC and 1.2MHz, with voltages of up to 11.0V (....5.12V between 500KHz and 1.2MHz), with a current of < 65mA.

Both Low Frequency AC instruments reside on the same channel card.

LFAC Channel Card Pinout

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Very High Frequency Arbitrary Waveform Generator 400 (VHFAWG400)

The VHFAWG is designed to generate waveforms for applications such as video, Ethernet, disk drives, and flash converters. The AWG400 is a single-ended instrument, with a differential option available allowing for driving differential devices without adding conversion circuitry on the DIB.

The source instrument operates in one of three modes: DC, sine wave, or AC. It provides samples at up to 400MHz in all modes. In DC and sine wave mode, it provides a maximum voltage of 8.0V for a single-ended open circuit connection, or 4.0V for an open circuit if the differential option is installed. In AC mode, it provides a maximum 4.0V for an open circuit in either single-ended or differential mode. In all modes, it can provide 40mA of current (typical). Operating frequencies range from DC to 80MHz for the single-ended instrument; with the differential option installed, frequencies range from 5MHz to 160MHz for AWG mode, or from 80MHz to 200MHz for sine wave mode.

VHFAWG400 Channel Card Pinout

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Very High Frequency Digitizer 1GHz (1GVHFD)

The 1GVHFD can digitize single-ended and differential inputs from DC up to 1GHz waveforms using one of its three input modes: normal (digitizing), downconverting (optional), and undersampling. The 1GVHFD supports four differential input measurement paths: three Pogo pin and one RF connector. For the location of the RF signals, see “RF signal connectors”.

In Normal Digitizing mode, waveforms from DC to 50MHz with voltage ranges of up to +/-8.192V can be captured. In the compatible VHFDIG Undersampling mode, waveforms from DC to 300MHz with voltage ranges of +/-4.096V can be digitized. In the 1GHz Undersampling mode, waveforms from DC to 1GHz with differential voltage ranges of +/-4.096V peak. Also, the 1GHz VHFDIG Undersampling input can accept common mode voltages of +/-5V.

1GHz VHFD Channel Card Pinout

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Very High Frequency Continuous Waveform Source (VHFCW)

The Very High Frequency Continuous Wave Source (VHFCW) is a programmable sinewave source. It provides a high-purity sinewave with programmable frequency (1MHz to 249.999999 MHz with 1Hz resolution), amplitude (-31dBm to 16.0dBm into a 50 ohm load), and DC offset (-2.0V to 2.0V). Applications for the VHFCW Source include disk driver amplifiers, opamps, and flash converters.

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RF Signal Cards

This section discusses design considerations for DIBs that incorporate RF (1 GHz or higher) signals, and includes RF signal card pinouts.

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RF signal connectors

RF connectors may be placed anywhere in the Applications Area (the large rectangular block in the middle of the DIB, also used for DUT placement,


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EEPROM Signals

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DIB Interface Cables

DPE32 DIB Header Cables

PE32 DIB Header Cables

Cable Part NumberDIB Position

804-440-019/34

804-440-0210/35

804-440-0311/36

804-440-0412/37

804-440-0513/38

804-440-0614/39

804-440-0715/40

804-440-0816/41

804-440-0917/42

804-440-1018/43

804-440-11*19/44

*For -11 Cable assembly, J2 module is not needed.

Cable Part NumberDIB Position

866-318-019/34

866-318-0210/35

866-318-0311/36

866-318-0412/37

866-318-0513/38

866-318-0614/39

866-318-0715/40

866-318-0816/41

866-318-0917/42

866-318-1018/43

866-318-11*19/44

*For -11 Cable assembly, J2 module is not needed.

QSB DIB Header Interface Cable

807-914-00

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The Tiger Differential Option is a DPE32 channel card with high speed digital differential

channels. These channels are similar to the standard digital channels, but they can be used

together in pairs to drive or receive signals differentially. One channel, the odd channel of a

pair of channels, drives or receives a signal, while the other channel, the even channel,

drives or receives a signal that is the inverse of the first. DPE32 differential channel cards

are used in the same test head slots as the standard high speed digital channel cards.

The differential channels:

- Can be used single ended

- Are compatible with and interchangeable with standard Tiger HSD channels

- Can be mixed in a Tiger test system

- Use Tiger HSD channel programming statements, but with additional statements for the

inverted channels and for the differential functions

Features include:

- Driver modes: single-ended, differential, combined, complementary, single-ended multiplex, and differential multiplex

- Receiver modes: single-ended, single-ended multiplex, differential with common mode,

differential multiplex, and common mode multiplex

- Large or small swing drive

- Large swing: 300 mV to 5 V swing

- Small swing: up to 500 mV swing

- Up to 1.6 Gbps differential data rate

- Compatible with standard Tiger digital channels and IMAGE tools

Typical applications for digital differential channels include testing high speed low voltage

differential devices such as transceivers, serializers, deserializers, and differential busses.

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Glossary of “new” terms

vidThe differential driver voltage.

dvid0The delta vid for a data “0”. Nominally 0.

dvid1The delta vid for a data “1”; Nominally 0.

vicmThe differential driver common-mode voltage in complementary or differential mode.

vicmhThe differential driver common-mode high voltage in combined mode.

vicmlThe differential driver common-mode low voltage in combined mode

dvicm1The delta vicm, vicmh, or vicm1 for a data “0”.

dvicm1The delta vicm, vicmh, or vicm1 for a data “1”.

vodThe differential comparator threshold. Usually set to equal the minimum acceptable

voltage difference between the two pins of a DUT output pair for data on the pair to be considered valid.

dvod0The delta vod for a data “0”. Nominally 0.

dvod1The delta vod for a data “1”. Nominally 0.

vocmhThe common-mode comparator high threshold.

vocmlThe common-mode comparator low threshold.

swing:largeLarge voltage swing mode. The drive and receive voltage can be a maximum of 5 V. This is the default.

swing:smallSmall voltage swing mode. Drive and receive voltages are less than 50 mV.

Note the following:

vid and vod do not have “high and low”. Instead they have polarity: a “one” is positive and a “zero” is negative.

They are always programmed in terms of their absolute values.

vicm is cached, not overwritten when a pin pair is put into combined mode.

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Tiger quick reference digital

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Tiger quick reference digital

Voh

Vol

Vod

R

Vocmh

R

Vocml

Vol

Voh

DUT Alarm

Vcl

R

Alarm

R

Vch

Vicmh

R

Functional

DUT

DP

To DUT

DE

R

Vicml

DP

Vclh

DE

Parametric

Vcll

Ioh

Iol

Vswing

PPMU

PPMU

Vcp

DC Sense

Sense

DC

DC Matrix

Force

TDR

Calibration

DC

DC Matrix

Force

DC Sense

Vcp

Sense

PPMU

Iol

Ioh

Vswing

PPMU

Vcll

DP

DE

Parametric

Vclh

Vicml

DP

To DUT

DE

R

Functional

DUT

Vicmh

Vch

R

Alarm

R

Vcl

DUT Alarm

R

Differential Channel (DPE32) Block Diagram

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Tiger quick reference digital

THADS Bus

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Tiger quick reference digital

SUB 2A

SUB 2A

SUB 2B

SUB 2B

To

Digital BP A

J49

P2

807-435-00 Cable

P1

949-886-00/01 ACISB-B / ACISB-A

Circuitry on one (1) ACISB

J11

ACISB B

J12

ACISB A

THADS CC1A

THADS CC4A

SUB 1A

SUB 1A

SUB 1B

SUB 1B

B1

THAD 1A A1

C3

B1

THAD 11A

THADS CC4B

THADS CC1B

Frame Card 6

THAD 11A/B Lower

THAD 12A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 14 & 15

CC 11 & 12

Frame Card 5

THAD 1A/B Lower

THAD 2A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 2 & 3

CC 1 & 2

C1

DIB

BLOCK

2

THAD 1B B1

D3

DIB

BLOCK

27

C1

THAD 11B

B2

J6

B2

J5

THAD 2A C1

THADS CC5A

A4

THAD 12A

THADS CC2A

C2

C2

THAD 2B D1

B4

THAD 12B

THADS CC5B

B1

THADS CC2B

THAD 3A A2

B1

C4

THAD 13A

Frame Card 7

THAD 13A/B Lower

THAD 14A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 16 & 17

CC 13 & 14

Frame Card 4

THAD 3A/B Lower

THAD 4A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 4 & 5

CC 3 & 4

DIB

BLOCK

3

DIB

BLOCK

28

THAD 3B B2

C1

D4

C1

THAD 13B

SUBBUS 1A

THADS CC2B

J7

J4

THAD 4A C2

B2

A5

B2

THAD 14A

SUBBUS 1B

C2

THAD 4B D2

C2

B5

THAD 14B

THADS CC2B

B1

THAD 5A A3

Frame Card 8

THAD 15A/B Lower

THAD 16A/B Upper

Virtual Slots18 & 19

CC 15 & 16

B1

C5

Frame Card 3

THAD 5A/B Lower

THAD 6A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 6 & 7

CC 4 & 5

THAD 15A

DIB

BLOCK

4

DIB

BLOCK

29

C1

C1

THAD 5B B3

D5

THADS CC6A

THADS CC9A

THAD 15B

J8

J3

B2

THAD 6A C3

B2

A1

THAD 16A

THADS CC9B

C2

THADS CC6B

THAD 6B D3

B1

THAD 16B

C2

B1

THAD 7A A4

B1

C1

Frame Card 9

THAD 17A/B Lower

THAD 18A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 20 & 21

CC 17 & 18

THAD 17A

Frame Card 2

THAD 7A/B Lower

THAD 8A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 8 & 9

CC 7 & 8

THADS CC10A

DIB

BLOCK

5

THADS CC7A

C1

DIB

BLOCK

30

C1

THAD 7B B4

THAD 17B

D1

J9

J2

THAD 8A C4

B2

B2

A2

THAD 18A

THADS CC10B

THADS CC7B

C2

THAD 8B D4

B2

THAD 18B

C2

THAD 9A A5

B1

B1

C2

THAD 19A

SUBBUS 2A

THADS CC8A

Frame Card 1

THAD 9A/B Lower

THAD 10A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 10 & 11

CC 9 & 10

Frame Card 10

THAD 19A/B Lower

THAD 20A/B Upper

Virtual Slots 22 & 23

CC 19 & 20

DIB

BLOCK

31

THAD 9B B5

C1

D2

DIB

BLOCK

6

C1

THAD 19B

SUBBUS 2B

J1

J10

THADS CC8B

THAD 10A C5

B2

A3

B2

THAD 20A

THAD 10B D5

C2

B3

C2

THAD 20B

SUBBUSA A6

A6

SUBBUSA

SUBBUS B

SUBBUSB C6

C6

SUBBUSB

LHAS A B7

A8

SUBBUS A

LHAS A

SUBBUS A

LHAS B D7

C8

LHAS B

L/R_HAS_A

RHAS A A8

B7

RHAS A

RHAS B C8

D7

RHAS B

HSD

D9

HSD THAD D9

HSD THAD

L/R_HAS_B

B10

HSD_THAD_IN

THADS

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