[PATCH 0/3] RFC: fix bug http://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/1884
andy at openmoko.com
Sun Nov 16 20:47:58 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> How did you determine that it is "undriven"? It's pulled up somewhere,
|> right? What does the rise and fall times look like?
| Here's a transition from apparently undriven (~1V) to low:
1V sounds evil, I don't think we should ever see that static level on
3.3V SDIO interface. We have 10K pullup on D1... R7906, so "undriven"
means it has pulldown of ~8K to 0V to reach 1V? Truly undriven would
surely mean it was 3.3V via the pullup. Maybe try to reduce the pullup.
| By the way, do you know what rise/fall time is actually allowed ?
| Whenever it comes to this kind of interesting detauls, the SDIO
| spec only cheerfully proclaims "This section is not included in
| the Simplified Specification." :-(
No, the reason I asked was because I wondered if too high a pullup
resistance was allowing the interrupt to look asserted at the start of
its slot depending on the data level when it stopped driving, it would
need to be > 1us to make trouble I guess.
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