Commit 9e595d24 authored by Ben Cahill's avatar Ben Cahill Committed by John W. Linville
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iwlwifi: Add comments about CSR registers



Also regroup CSR_EEPROM and CSR_OTP bit field definitions.
Signed-off-by: default avatarBen Cahill <ben.m.cahill@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarReinette Chatre <reinette.chatre@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJohn W. Linville <linville@tuxdriver.com>
parent 6ab10ff8
......@@ -62,11 +62,29 @@
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#ifndef __iwl_csr_h__
#define __iwl_csr_h__
/*=== CSR (control and status registers) ===*/
/*
* CSR (control and status registers)
*
* CSR registers are mapped directly into PCI bus space, and are accessible
* whenever platform supplies power to device, even when device is in
* low power states due to driver-invoked device resets
* (e.g. CSR_RESET_REG_FLAG_SW_RESET) or uCode-driven power-saving modes.
*
* Use iwl_write32() and iwl_read32() family to access these registers;
* these provide simple PCI bus access, without waking up the MAC.
* Do not use iwl_write_direct32() family for these registers;
* no need to "grab nic access" via CSR_GP_CNTRL_REG_FLAG_MAC_ACCESS_REQ.
* The MAC (uCode processor, etc.) does not need to be powered up for accessing
* the CSR registers.
*
* NOTE: Newer devices using one-time-programmable (OTP) memory
* require device to be awake in order to read this memory
* via CSR_EEPROM and CSR_OTP registers
*/
#define CSR_BASE (0x000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG (CSR_BASE+0x000) /* hardware interface config */
#define CSR_INT_COALESCING (CSR_BASE+0x004) /* accum ints, 32-usec units */
#define CSR_INT_COALESCING (CSR_BASE+0x004) /* accum ints, 32-usec units */
#define CSR_INT (CSR_BASE+0x008) /* host interrupt status/ack */
#define CSR_INT_MASK (CSR_BASE+0x00c) /* host interrupt enable */
#define CSR_FH_INT_STATUS (CSR_BASE+0x010) /* busmaster int status/ack*/
......@@ -74,42 +92,65 @@
#define CSR_RESET (CSR_BASE+0x020) /* busmaster enable, NMI, etc*/
#define CSR_GP_CNTRL (CSR_BASE+0x024)
/* 2nd byte of CSR_INT_COALESCING, not accessible via iwl_write32()! */
#define CSR_INT_PERIODIC_REG (CSR_BASE+0x005)
/*
* Hardware revision info
* Bit fields:
* 31-8: Reserved
* 7-4: Type of device: 0x0 = 4965, 0xd = 3945
* 7-4: Type of device: see CSR_HW_REV_TYPE_xxx definitions
* 3-2: Revision step: 0 = A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = D
* 1-0: "Dash" value, as in A-1, etc.
* 1-0: "Dash" (-) value, as in A-1, etc.
*
* NOTE: Revision step affects calculation of CCK txpower for 4965.
* NOTE: See also CSR_HW_REV_WA_REG (work-around for bug in 4965).
*/
#define CSR_HW_REV (CSR_BASE+0x028)
/* EEPROM reads */
/*
* EEPROM and OTP (one-time-programmable) memory reads
*
* NOTE: For (newer) devices using OTP, device must be awake, initialized via
* apm_ops.init() in order to read. Older devices (3945/4965/5000)
* use EEPROM and do not require this.
*/
#define CSR_EEPROM_REG (CSR_BASE+0x02c)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP (CSR_BASE+0x030)
#define CSR_OTP_GP_REG (CSR_BASE+0x034)
#define CSR_GIO_REG (CSR_BASE+0x03C)
#define CSR_GP_UCODE_REG (CSR_BASE+0x048)
#define CSR_GP_DRIVER_REG (CSR_BASE+0x050)
/*
* UCODE-DRIVER GP (general purpose) mailbox registers.
* SET/CLR registers set/clear bit(s) if "1" is written.
*/
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1 (CSR_BASE+0x054)
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1_SET (CSR_BASE+0x058)
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1_CLR (CSR_BASE+0x05c)
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP2 (CSR_BASE+0x060)
#define CSR_LED_REG (CSR_BASE+0x094)
#define CSR_DRAM_INT_TBL_REG (CSR_BASE+0x0A0)
/* GIO Chicken Bits (PCI Express bus link power management) */
#define CSR_GIO_CHICKEN_BITS (CSR_BASE+0x100)
#define CSR_INT_PERIODIC_REG (CSR_BASE+0x005)
/* Analog phase-lock-loop configuration */
#define CSR_ANA_PLL_CFG (CSR_BASE+0x20c)
/*
* Indicates hardware rev, to determine CCK backoff for txpower calculation.
* CSR Hardware Revision Workaround Register. Indicates hardware rev;
* "step" determines CCK backoff for txpower calculation. Used for 4965 only.
* See also CSR_HW_REV register.
* Bit fields:
* 3-2: 0 = A, 1 = B, 2 = C, 3 = D step
* 1-0: "Dash" (-) value, as in C-1, etc.
*/
#define CSR_HW_REV_WA_REG (CSR_BASE+0x22C)
#define CSR_DBG_HPET_MEM_REG (CSR_BASE+0x240)
#define CSR_DBG_LINK_PWR_MGMT_REG (CSR_BASE+0x250)
......@@ -126,11 +167,11 @@
#define CSR39_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BITS_SILICON_TYPE_A (0x00000000)
#define CSR39_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BITS_SILICON_TYPE_B (0x00001000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_HAP_WAKE_L1A (0x00080000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_EEPROM_OWN_SEM (0x00200000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_NIC_READY (0x00400000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_NIC_PREPARE_DONE (0x02000000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_PREPARE (0x08000000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_HAP_WAKE_L1A (0x00080000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_EEPROM_OWN_SEM (0x00200000)
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_NIC_READY (0x00400000) /* PCI_OWN_SEM */
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_BIT_NIC_PREPARE_DONE (0x02000000) /* ME_OWN */
#define CSR_HW_IF_CONFIG_REG_PREPARE (0x08000000) /* WAKE_ME */
#define CSR_INT_PERIODIC_DIS (0x00)
#define CSR_INT_PERIODIC_ENA (0xFF)
......@@ -198,7 +239,44 @@
#define CSR_RESET_REG_FLAG_STOP_MASTER (0x00000200)
#define CSR_RESET_LINK_PWR_MGMT_DISABLED (0x80000000)
/* GP (general purpose) CONTROL */
/*
* GP (general purpose) CONTROL REGISTER
* Bit fields:
* 27: HW_RF_KILL_SW
* Indicates state of (platform's) hardware RF-Kill switch
* 26-24: POWER_SAVE_TYPE
* Indicates current power-saving mode:
* 000 -- No power saving
* 001 -- MAC power-down
* 010 -- PHY (radio) power-down
* 011 -- Error
* 9-6: SYS_CONFIG
* Indicates current system configuration, reflecting pins on chip
* as forced high/low by device circuit board.
* 4: GOING_TO_SLEEP
* Indicates MAC is entering a power-saving sleep power-down.
* Not a good time to access device-internal resources.
* 3: MAC_ACCESS_REQ
* Host sets this to request and maintain MAC wakeup, to allow host
* access to device-internal resources. Host must wait for
* MAC_CLOCK_READY (and !GOING_TO_SLEEP) before accessing non-CSR
* device registers.
* 2: INIT_DONE
* Host sets this to put device into fully operational D0 power mode.
* Host resets this after SW_RESET to put device into low power mode.
* 0: MAC_CLOCK_READY
* Indicates MAC (ucode processor, etc.) is powered up and can run.
* Internal resources are accessible.
* NOTE: This does not indicate that the processor is actually running.
* NOTE: This does not indicate that 4965 or 3945 has completed
* init or post-power-down restore of internal SRAM memory.
* Use CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1_BIT_MAC_SLEEP as indication that
* SRAM is restored and uCode is in normal operation mode.
* Later devices (5xxx/6xxx/1xxx) use non-volatile SRAM, and
* do not need to save/restore it.
* NOTE: After device reset, this bit remains "0" until host sets
* INIT_DONE
*/
#define CSR_GP_CNTRL_REG_FLAG_MAC_CLOCK_READY (0x00000001)
#define CSR_GP_CNTRL_REG_FLAG_INIT_DONE (0x00000004)
#define CSR_GP_CNTRL_REG_FLAG_MAC_ACCESS_REQ (0x00000008)
......@@ -231,28 +309,58 @@
#define CSR_EEPROM_REG_MSK_DATA (0xFFFF0000)
/* EEPROM GP */
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_VALID_MSK (0x00000007)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_VALID_MSK (0x00000007) /* signature */
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_IF_OWNER_MSK (0x00000180)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_BAD_SIGNATURE_BOTH_EEP_AND_OTP (0x00000000)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_BAD_SIG_EEP_GOOD_SIG_OTP (0x00000001)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_GOOD_SIG_EEP_LESS_THAN_4K (0x00000002)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_GOOD_SIG_EEP_MORE_THAN_4K (0x00000004)
/* One-time-programmable memory general purpose reg */
#define CSR_OTP_GP_REG_DEVICE_SELECT (0x00010000) /* 0 - EEPROM, 1 - OTP */
#define CSR_OTP_GP_REG_OTP_ACCESS_MODE (0x00020000) /* 0 - absolute, 1 - relative */
#define CSR_OTP_GP_REG_ECC_CORR_STATUS_MSK (0x00100000) /* bit 20 */
#define CSR_OTP_GP_REG_ECC_UNCORR_STATUS_MSK (0x00200000) /* bit 21 */
/* GP REG */
#define CSR_GP_REG_POWER_SAVE_STATUS_MSK (0x03000000) /* bit 24/25 */
#define CSR_GP_REG_NO_POWER_SAVE (0x00000000)
#define CSR_GP_REG_MAC_POWER_SAVE (0x01000000)
#define CSR_GP_REG_PHY_POWER_SAVE (0x02000000)
#define CSR_GP_REG_POWER_SAVE_ERROR (0x03000000)
/* EEPROM signature */
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_BAD_SIGNATURE_BOTH_EEP_AND_OTP (0x00000000)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_BAD_SIG_EEP_GOOD_SIG_OTP (0x00000001)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_GOOD_SIG_EEP_LESS_THAN_4K (0x00000002)
#define CSR_EEPROM_GP_GOOD_SIG_EEP_MORE_THAN_4K (0x00000004)
/* CSR GIO */
#define CSR_GIO_REG_VAL_L0S_ENABLED (0x00000002)
/* UCODE DRV GP */
/*
* UCODE-DRIVER GP (general purpose) mailbox register 1
* Host driver and uCode write and/or read this register to communicate with
* each other.
* Bit fields:
* 4: UCODE_DISABLE
* Host sets this to request permanent halt of uCode, same as
* sending CARD_STATE command with "halt" bit set.
* 3: CT_KILL_EXIT
* Host sets this to request exit from CT_KILL state, i.e. host thinks
* device temperature is low enough to continue normal operation.
* 2: CMD_BLOCKED
* Host sets this during RF KILL power-down sequence (HW, SW, CT KILL)
* to release uCode to clear all Tx and command queues, enter
* unassociated mode, and power down.
* NOTE: Some devices also use HBUS_TARG_MBX_C register for this bit.
* 1: SW_BIT_RFKILL
* Host sets this when issuing CARD_STATE command to request
* device sleep.
* 0: MAC_SLEEP
* uCode sets this when preparing a power-saving power-down.
* uCode resets this when power-up is complete and SRAM is sane.
* NOTE: 3945/4965 saves internal SRAM data to host when powering down,
* and must restore this data after powering back up.
* MAC_SLEEP is the best indication that restore is complete.
* Later devices (5xxx/6xxx/1xxx) use non-volatile SRAM, and
* do not need to save/restore it.
*/
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1_BIT_MAC_SLEEP (0x00000001)
#define CSR_UCODE_SW_BIT_RFKILL (0x00000002)
#define CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1_BIT_CMD_BLOCKED (0x00000004)
......@@ -265,7 +373,7 @@
#define CSR_GP_DRIVER_REG_BIT_RADIO_SKU_2x2_IPA (0x00000002)
/* GI Chicken Bits */
/* GIO Chicken Bits (PCI Express bus link power management) */
#define CSR_GIO_CHICKEN_BITS_REG_BIT_L1A_NO_L0S_RX (0x00800000)
#define CSR_GIO_CHICKEN_BITS_REG_BIT_DIS_L0S_EXIT_TIMER (0x20000000)
......@@ -285,8 +393,23 @@
#define CSR_DRAM_INT_TBL_ENABLE (1 << 31)
#define CSR_DRAM_INIT_TBL_WRAP_CHECK (1 << 27)
/*=== HBUS (Host-side Bus) ===*/
/*
* HBUS (Host-side Bus)
*
* HBUS registers are mapped directly into PCI bus space, but are used
* to indirectly access device's internal memory or registers that
* may be powered-down.
*
* Use iwl_write_direct32()/iwl_read_direct32() family for these registers;
* host must "grab nic access" via CSR_GP_CNTRL_REG_FLAG_MAC_ACCESS_REQ
* to make sure the MAC (uCode processor, etc.) is powered up for accessing
* internal resources.
*
* Do not use iwl_write32()/iwl_read32() family to access these registers;
* these provide only simple PCI bus access, without waking up the MAC.
*/
#define HBUS_BASE (0x400)
/*
* Registers for accessing device's internal SRAM memory (e.g. SCD SRAM
* structures, error log, event log, verifying uCode load).
......@@ -301,6 +424,10 @@
#define HBUS_TARG_MEM_WDAT (HBUS_BASE+0x018)
#define HBUS_TARG_MEM_RDAT (HBUS_BASE+0x01c)
/* Mailbox C, used as workaround alternative to CSR_UCODE_DRV_GP1 mailbox */
#define HBUS_TARG_MBX_C (HBUS_BASE+0x030)
#define HBUS_TARG_MBX_C_REG_BIT_CMD_BLOCKED (0x00000004)
/*
* Registers for accessing device's internal peripheral registers
* (e.g. SCD, BSM, etc.). First write to address register,
......@@ -315,16 +442,12 @@
#define HBUS_TARG_PRPH_RDAT (HBUS_BASE+0x050)
/*
* Per-Tx-queue write pointer (index, really!) (3945 and 4965).
* Per-Tx-queue write pointer (index, really!)
* Indicates index to next TFD that driver will fill (1 past latest filled).
* Bit usage:
* 0-7: queue write index
* 11-8: queue selector
*/
#define HBUS_TARG_WRPTR (HBUS_BASE+0x060)
#define HBUS_TARG_MBX_C (HBUS_BASE+0x030)
#define HBUS_TARG_MBX_C_REG_BIT_CMD_BLOCKED (0x00000004)
#endif /* !__iwl_csr_h__ */
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