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HSF-Modem Product Release Notes (Modem Driver v2.11.06)

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HSF-Modem

Product Release Notes
(Modem Driver v2.11.06)




Table of Contents

1 Overview

1.1 Generic Documents

1.2 Current Software

1.3 HSF Chipsets

1.3.1 Desktop

1.3.2 Mobile

1.4 Reference Designs

1.4.1 Reference Designs

2 Details of Product Release

2.1 EEProm Image and Device IDs

2.2 Driver Installation/Updating from a previous version

2.2.1 INF files

2.2.1.1 General Mistakes Depending on Hardware 

2.2.1.2 Win9x Specific

2.2.1.3 NT5 INF specific

2.2.2 Win 9x

2.2.2.1 Win 9x New Installation

2.2.2.2 Win 9x Updating from a previous revision 

2.2.3 NT 4.0

2.2.3.1 NT 4.0 New Installation

2.2.3.2 NT 4.0 Updating from a previous revision 

2.2.4 NT 5.0

2.2.4.1 NT 5.0 New Installation

2.2.4.2 NT 5.0 Updating from a previous revision 

2.3 Software Features and Modes of Operation

2.3.1 Minimum System Requirements and CPU Utilization

2.3.2 Current Features

2.3.3 Features Not Supported

2.3.4 Deviations Fixed in Current Release

2.3.5 Notes

2.3.6 Country Support

Overview

This document provides additional and up to date information on the HSF product with respect to its documentation, software, hardware, features, and performance.

Generic Documents

HSF-PCI Modem Data Sheet

HSF-PCI Modem Designer’s Guide

HSF/HCF D480 Design & BOM Cost Optimization Guideline

HSF AT Command Set Reference Manual

HSF INF Customization

Blacklisting Documentation

Current Software

Current release

Ver. 2.11.06

Previous release

Ver. 2.11.03

HSF Chipsets

Desktop

Device Set Order Number

144-pin TQFP Monopak Chipset

Functions

Data Sheet

Designer’s Guide

Device IDs

DS56-L480-041

R6793-12

Data/Fax

MD231

DS56-L480-041

R6793-12

Data/Fax/RTAM

MD231

DS56-L480-031

R6793-11

Data/Fax/RTAM/S

MD231

DS56-L480-031

R6793-11

Data/Fax/Voice/S

MD231

Note: When using the [R6793-12] chipsets, edit the INF file and locate “HKR,,HardwareType”. Make sure that the value is “D420”.

Mobile

Device Set Order Number

Monopak Chipset

Functions



Data Sheet

Designer’s Guide

R6794-14(BIF + LC) 144-pin TQFP

Data/Fax/Voice/TAM/Cellular

MD232

R6794-11(BIF + LC) 144-pin TQFP

Data/Fax/Voice/TAM/Cellular/SP

MD232

Note: When using the [R6794-14] chipset, edit the INF file and locate “HKR,,HardwareType,, ”. Make sure that the value is “D420”.

Reference Designs

Reference Designs

Reference Design

Devices

Features

Device ID

RD00-D480-011

R6793-11

D/F/RTAM/SP

NOTE: Refer to “HSF/HCF Monopak PCI Board Reference Design (RD00-D480) and BOM Cost Optimization Guidelines” for technical information on this reference design. This reference design can also be used as a controller-less solution by swapping out the R6793-xx HSF chip with a R6795-xx HCF chip.

Details of Product Release

EEProm Image and Device IDs

NOTE: The Rockwell Vendor ID is 127A, however since the company is now CONEXANT we had to change the Vendor ID. The new CONEXANT vendor ID is 14F1.

First make sure the EEPROM is programmed correctly.

The software release contains the EEProm text files and the programming utility which should be used to program the EEPROM. Use the text file name, which matches the Device ID of the device. You will need to change the Subsytem and Subvendor ID specific to the customer. A complete description of the bits is described in the “R6793, R6784 PCI EEProm Content” document. You can get this document from the Sales Office. Make sure the text file is in the same directory as the programming utility. Before using the utility the modem must be partially installed by clicking “Finish” when Windows says it cannot find a driver for the modem. Then run EEProg.bat. The utility will say it cannot find the card, just hit Enter and the utility will ask for a memory address. Just use the memory address found in the resource section of the properties of the modem enumerator located in the Device Manager under “HSFMODEM”. Then enter in the text file to be used without the extension. After programming make sure in the registry location “HKEY_Local_MachineEnumPCI” that any keys associated with “127A” or “14F1” are removed. Then reboot the PC.

NOTE: There are four different INF configurations and therefore four different Device IDs Conexant supports. They are listed below. The xxx will be defined for each product line. The difference between Voice and TAM is Voice supports local handset and TAM does not.

Data/Fax has a Device ID of xxx3.

Data/Fax/Remote TAM has a Device ID of xxx4.

Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone has a Device ID of xxx5.

Data/Fax/TAM/Speakerphone has a Device ID of xxx6.

The ID’s in the INF files that come with the drivers may not match the IDs in the EEPROM and the modem will not install. When you receive the drivers make sure that you edit the “Mother” (enumerator) INF file and make sure all the IDs match the ones programmed in the EEPROM. There are 4 IDs: Vendor ID, Device ID, Subsystem Vendor ID, and Subsystem Device ID. The Device ID is dependent upon the chipset and it’s features. This is explained in the EEProm Content documents above. The following example is for the HSF R6793-11 D/F/RTAM/SP. You will need to edit the line that follows; the IDs are in bold. The first 14F1 is the Vendor ID, the first 2016 is the Device ID, the second 2016 is the Subsystem Device ID, and the second 14F1 is the Subsystem Device ID:

%PCIFriendlyName% = ModemPORT, PCIVEN_14F1&DEV_2016&SUBSYS_201614F1&REV_01


If you have any problems please contact the local Conexant FAE.

Driver Installation/Updating from a previous version

Note: If Windows does not detect the modem then most likely the Device ID in the EEProm on the Modem card is different from the Device ID in the INF files of the Software Release. These Ids must match, if they do not then either the EEProm is not programmed properly or the IDs in the INF are not correct.

INF files

See the “HSF INF Customization” document for a detailed up to date description of the contents of the INF files. Listed below are the most common parts of the INF which needs to be changed/checked prior to installing the drivers.

General Mistakes Depending on Hardware

Is the chip a Data/Fax/Tam Chip or Data/Fax/Voice/Speakerphone Chip?
The HardwareType specifies whether there are one or two codecs in the chipset. There are two values HardwareType can take: D100 or D420.

For D/F/TAM/SP or  D/F/V/SP (i.e. R6793-11) edit the INF file and locate “HKR,,HardwareType” and make sure that the value is “D100”. (i.e. HKR,,HardwareType,,D420)

For D/F or  D/F/TAM (i.e. R6793-12) edit the INF file and locate “HKR,,HardwareType” and make sure that the value is “D420”. (i.e. HKR,,HardwareType,,D420)

Is the Analog Voltage 5V or 3.3V?

This Flag is explained in detail in the HSF Customization.doc. One common mistake is the setting for 5V or 3.3V Analog power. The default is 5V. In order to run at 3.3V the customer must power the Analog power to the chip to 3.3V, put in a pulldown resistor on the Set3V pin , and change the INF file.

Analog section from 5V:  HKR,OEM, FLAGS,1,00,06,04,08

Analog section powered from 3.3V:  HKR,OEM, FLAGS,1,20,06,04,08

Win9x Specific

There are two INFs and the Device, Vendor, Subvendor, and Subdevice IDs are located under [HSF_MODEM] and [Models]. Search each INF for one of the following.

[HSF_MODEM]

%PCIFriendlyName% = ModemPORT, PCIVEN_14F1&DEV_2013&SUBSYS_201314F1&REV_01

NT5 INF specific

There are two INFs and the Device, Vendor, Subvendor, and Subdevice IDs are located under [Generic] and [rksample_addreg]. Search each INF for one of the following.

[Generic]

%HSFModem% = ModemX, PCIVEN_14F1&DEV_2013&SUBSYS_5517158D

[rksample_addreg]

HKLM,SYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesRKSAMPLE,DeviceId,,'2013'

HKLM,SYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesRKSAMPLE,VendorId,,'14F1'

Win 9x

Win 9x New Installation

Unzip the Win9x driver package into its own directory. For example c:HSF_DRIVERS.

Turn off power to your PC, remove PC cover, insert the HSF card in an available PCI slot, close the PC cover, and turn on power.

When Windows 9x loads, it will detect the new hardware and a box appears with the following text: “Wizard will complete the installation of PCI Communications Device”. Click “Next >”.

When prompted click on “Other Locations” and then browse to the directory in which you unzipped the Win9x driver package. Click “OK”.

Another box will appear with the text “Windows found the following driver for this device. Rockwell PCI Modem Enumerator”. Click “Finish”.

Another box may appear and state to insert a disk and then that a file could not be found. Just type in the directory the modem installation files are in into the “Copy files from:” box and click “OK”. The modem drivers will be installed and modem installation will be completed.

Win 9x Updating from a previous revision

When installing over a previous version of HSF first make sure that the HSF-PCI installation files are unzipped and are either on a CDROM in the CDROM drive or located in a folder on your PC. Then go to the Control Panel Applet and click on “Add/Remove Programs”. Select the Conexant modem and click “Add/Remove” icon. Then go to Device Manager (right click on “My Computer” and click on “Properties”) and click on the “Refresh” icon. Follow the instructions.

NT 4.0

NT 4.0 New Installation

Turn off power to your PC, remove PC cover, insert the HSF card in an available PCI slot, close the PC cover, and turn on power.



Unzip the NT 4.0 driver package into its own directory. For example c:HSF_DRIVERS

Double click on setup.exe. Continue as directed by the dialog boxes.

NT 4.0 Updating from a previous revision

When installing over a previous version of HSF first make sure that the HSF-PCI installation files are unzipped and are either on a CDROM in the CDROM drive or located in a folder on your PC. Then go to the Control Panel Applet and click on “Add/Remove Programs”. Select the Conexant modem and click “Add/Remove” icon. Then reboot the PC and follow the NT 4.0 New Installation instructions.

NT 5.0

NT 5.0 New Installation

Unzip the NT 5.0 driver package into its own directory. For example c:HSF_DRIVERS.

Turn off power to your PC, remove PC cover, insert the HSF card in an available PCI slot, close the PC cover, and turn on power.

When NT 5.0 loads, it will detect the new hardware and a box appears with the following text: “Wizard will complete the installation of PCI Communications Device”. Click “Next >”.

When prompted click on “Other Locations” and then browse to the directory in which you unzipped the driver package. Click “OK”.

Another box will appear with the text “Windows found the following driver for this device. Rockwell PCI Modem Enumerator”. Click “Finish”.

NT 5.0 Updating from a previous revision

When installing over a previous version of HSF first make sure that the HSF-PCI installation files are unzipped and are either on a CDROM in the CDROM drive or located in a folder on your PC. Then go to the Control Panel Applet and click on “Add/Remove Programs”. Select the Conexant modem and click “Add/Remove” icon. Then go to Control Panel Applet->Modems and remove the Conexant modem. Then reboot the PC and follow the NT 5.0 New Installation instructions.

Software Features and Modes of Operation

Minimum System Requirements and CPU Utilization

The minimum system requirement is 150 MHz MMX CPU with 16 Mbytes RAM.

The HSF modem consumes about 50 MMX MHz in V.90/K56Flex mode and 55 MMX MHz in V.34 mode. Therefore in a 400 MMX MHz machine in V.90 mode the HSF uses 50 MHz/400 MHz = 12.5 %.

Use Winbench to test CPU utilization. This is shareware and can be found at “ http://www.zdnet.com/zdbop/ ” First run Winbench CPU Mark with a hardware modem connected to another modem. Then record the number (“A” in this example). Then run Winbench CPU Mark with the HSF modem connected to another modem and record the number (“B” in this example). Now use the following formula to find out the percentage of the CPU which the HSF modem uses: [(A-B)/A] * CPU Speed. You can run this test also while downloading data, however in our tests we see a similar increase in CPU usage between hardware & software modems and the increase (from 0MHz to 20 MHz) depends on the system you are using.

Current Features

Data modulations implemented V.90, K56flex (u-law, A-law), V.34, V.32, V32bis, V.22bis, V.22, V.21, V.23, Bell 212, Bell 103, V.8bis, V.8, Automode

Fax modulations implemented : V.17, V.29, V.27ter, V.21ch2,

Data/Fax modulations not implemented : V.34 Fax

Voice mode: 8-bit linear, u-law and A-law formats are supported. 8000 and 7200 Hz sampling.

DOS box : Implemented

Power Management: ACPI and APM

Video Phone: Implemented

Data/Fax/Voice Call Discrimination: Implemented

Caller ID: Implemented

Features Not Supported

Data modulations: V.34fax not implemented

DSVD: not implemented

Deviations Fixed in Current Release

WHQL: Win2k WHQL Dynamic Disabler Test.

Notes

On-line Command Mode : Implemented via TIES. After escaping to on-line command mode, the modem continues to send the received data to the host. This will happen until an AT is sent to the modem.

I.E. +++AT<CR> will enter command mode and block any received characters from the remote end.

Country Support

World Wide Country support is implemented by modifying the INF file. Country and default settings are configurable by modifying INF registry entries. Read the “HSF INF Customization” document available from Sales office.



Information provided by CONEXANT SYSTEMS, INC. is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by CONEXANT for its use, nor any infringement of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent rights of CONEXANT other than for circuitry embodied in CONEXANT products. CONEXANT reserves the right to change circuitry at any time without notice. This document is subject to change without notice.

K56flex is a trademark of CONEXANT SYSTEMS, INC. and Lucent Technologies.

Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

CONEXANT and “What’s Next in Communications Technologies” are registered trademarks of CONEXANT SYSTEMS, INC.

1999, CONEXANT SYSTEMS, INC.

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