On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 6:41 AM, Laxman Dewangan <ldewangan@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wednesday 02 March 2016 10:05 AM, Mark Brown wrote:Generally the device driver should describe the PMIC and the device
* PGP Signed by an unknown keyI had discussion with our HW team to get more information about this
On Wed, Mar 02, 2016 at 09:05:26AM +0530, Laxman Dewangan wrote:
On Wednesday 02 March 2016 09:08 AM, Mark Brown wrote:Yes, otherwise if the PMIC vendor respecifies their ramp rates to
You're not trying to scale the value here, you're trying to replace theSo should we provide absolute ramp value here for platform specific?
value because the PMIC is incapable of delivering the advertised ramp
rate. Trying to express this as a multiple of the advertised ramp rate
is just adding complexity.
reflect reality and the driver is updated then your DT will be broken.
Or any other suggestion to handle this situation as this is very commonPerhaps time to have a chat with your PMIC vendors...
almost all our boards have this slowness on ramp.
They said that Maxim advertise the ramp time with given condition in
interface i.e. capacitance etc which is very generic.
We did the experiment with Maxim recommendation about the rail and its
capacitance (2.2uF) and found that measured value is same as what they
advertise in datasheet.
When chip team use this PMIC with Tegra hardware specs and did the circuit
simulation to ensures how our boards should be designed for signal integrity
they suggested that the rail capacitance should be more than what Maxim
recommending in general to work with our silicon. So here condition get
changed and hence the effective ramp time.
So here we will need two parameters:
advertised-ramp-delay for PMIC configurations and
ramp-delay which is measured one.
Most of time, advertised-ramp-delay is same as ramp-delay and hence one
value from DT will be sufficient.
If there is difference then both value can be provided and
advertised-ramp-delay will be used for PMIC configuration and rest of
calculation about delay will be from ramp-delay.
tree should describe the board. So the Maxim's numbers should (if
specified at all) go into the driver and the measures/calculated
characteristics for your board should be specified in the dt.
The ramp properties in the generic regulator binding is used to inform
the OS about the board's ramp properties.
If I understand you correctly the Maxim PMIC can be configured to
drive the change at different speed, this should be configured through
a Maxim specific property. It should not reuse the generic properties
for ramp delays.