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TEA1065 Versatile telephone transmission circuit with dialler interface Philips
Philips Electronics Philips
TEA1065 Datasheet PDF : 28 Pages
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Philips Semiconductors
Versatile telephone transmission circuit with
dialler interface
Product specification
Supply: VCC, LN, SLPE, REG and STAB
The circuit and its peripherals are usually supplied from the
telephone line. The circuit develops its own supply voltage
at VCC (pin 21) and regulates its voltage drop between LN
and SLPE (pins 1 and 24). The internal supply requires a
decoupling capacitor between VCC and VEE (pin 16); the
internal voltage regulator has to be decoupled by a
capacitor from REG (pin 22) to VEE. The internal current
stabilizer is set by a 3.6 kresistor connected between
STAB (pin 9) and VEE.
The TEA1065 can be set either in a DC voltage regulator
mode or in a DC current regulator mode. The DC mask can
be selected by connecting the appropriate external
components to the dedicated pins (VSI, REFI, DOC,
When the DC current regulator mode is not required it can
be cancelled by connecting pin VSI to VEE; pins REFI,
VBG and DOC are left open-circuit.
Voltage regulator mode
The voltage regulator mode is achieved when the line
current is less than the current Iknee as illustrated in Fig.3.
With R13 = R14 = 30 k, the current Iknee = 30 mA
(Ip = 0 mA).
This line current value will be reached when the voltage on
pin VSI (almost equal to the voltage on pin SLPE) exceeds
the voltage on pin REFI (equal to the voltage on pin VBG
divided by the resistor tap R13, R14). For other values of
R13 and R14, the Iknee current is given by the following
Iknee = ICC + IP + (VBG/R9) × {R14/(R14 + R13)}
(R15/R9) × IO(VSI)
ICC is the current required by the circuit itself
(typ. 1.14 mA). IP is the current required by the peripheral
circuits connected between VCC and VEE. IO(VSI) is the
output current from pin VSI (typ. 2.5 µA).
The DC slope of the Vline/Iline curve is, in this mode,
determined by R9 (R9 = R9a + R9b) in series with the
rds of the external line current control transistor (see Fig.4;
rds = VGS/ID at VGS = VDS).
Current regulator mode
The current regulator mode is achieved when the line
current is greater than Iknee. In this mode, the slope of the
Vline/Iline curve is approximately 1300 with R9 = 20 ,
R16 = 1 M, R13 = R14 = 30 k. For other values of
these resistances, the slope value can be approximated by
the following formula:
R9 × {1 + R16 × (1/R13 + 1/R14)}
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March 1994
Fig.3 Voltage and current regulator mode.
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