Inter-IC Sound (I2S)

Introduction

I2S (Inter-IC Sound) is a serial, synchronous communication protocol that is usually used for transmitting audio data between two digital audio devices.

ESP32-C3 contains one I2S peripheral(s). These peripherals can be configured to input and output sample data via the I2S driver.

An I2S bus that communicate in Standard or TDM mode consists of the following lines:

  • MCLK: Master clock line. It’s an optional signal depends on slave side, mainly used for offering a reference clock to the I2S slave device.

  • BCLK: Bit clock line. The bit clock for data line.

  • WS: Word(Slot) select line. It is usually used to identify the vocal tract except PDM mode.

  • DIN/DOUT: Serial data input/output line. (Data will loopback internally if din and dout are set to a same GPIO)

And for the I2S bus that communicate in PDM mode, the lines are:

  • CLK: PDM clock line.

  • DIN/DOUT: Serial data input/output line.

Each I2S controller has the following features that can be configured by the I2S driver:

  • Operation as system master or slave

  • Capable of acting as transmitter or receiver

  • DMA controller that allows for streaming sample data without requiring the CPU to copy each data sample

Each controller has separate rx and tx channel. That means they are able to work under different clock and slot configurations with separate GPIO pins. Note that although the internal MCLK of tx channel and rx channel are separate on a controller, the output MCLK signal can only be attached to one channel. If two different MCLK ouput is required, they must be allocated on different I2S controller.

I2S File Structure

I2S file structure

Public headers that need to be included in the I2S application

  • i2s.h: The header file of legacy I2S APIs (for apps using legacy driver).

  • i2s_std.h: The header file that provides standard communication mode specific APIs (for apps using new driver with standard mode).

  • i2s_pdm.h: The header file that provides PDM communication mode specific APIs (for apps using new driver with PDM mode).

  • i2s_tdm.h: The header file that provides TDM communication mode specific APIs (for apps using new driver with TDM mode).

Note

The legacy driver can’t coexist with the new driver. Including i2s.h to use the legacy driver or the other three headers to use the new driver. The legacy driver might be removed in future.

Public headers that have been included in the headers above

  • i2s_types_legacy.h: The legacy public types that only used in the legacy driver.

  • i2s_types.h: The header file that provides public types.

  • i2s_common.h: The header file that provides common APIs for all communication modes.

I2S Clock

Clock Source

  • i2s_clock_src_t::I2S_CLK_SRC_DEFAULT: Default PLL clock.

  • i2s_clock_src_t::I2S_CLK_SRC_PLL_160M: 160 MHz PLL clock.

Clock Terminology

  • sample rate: The number of sampled data in one second per slot.

  • sclk: Source clock frequency. It is the frequency of the clock source.

  • mclk: Master clock frequency. bclk is generate from this clock, mclk is mostly needed in the case that requires the MCLK signal as a reference clock to synchronize BCLK and WS between I2S master role and slave role.

  • bclk: Bit clock frequency. Every tick of this clock stands for one data bit on data pin. It means there will be 8/16/24/32 bclk ticks in one slot, because the number of bclk ticks in one slot is equal to the i2s_std_slot_config_t::slot_bit_width.

  • lrck / ws: Left/Right clock or word select clock. For non-PDM mode, its frequency is equal to the sample rate.

Note

Normally mclk should be the multiple of sample rate and bclk at the same time. This field i2s_std_clk_config_t::mclk_multiple means the multiple of mclk to the sample rate. If slot_bit_width is set to I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_24BIT, to keep mclk a multiple to the bclk, i2s_std_clk_config_t::mclk_multiple should be set to I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_384, otherwise the ws will be inaccurate. But in the most other cases, I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_256 should be enough.

I2S Communication Mode

Overview of All Modes

Target

Standard

PDM TX

PDM RX

TDM

ADC/DAC

LCD/Camera

ESP32

I2S 0/1

I2S 0

I2S 0

none

I2S 0

I2S 0

ESP32S2

I2S 0

none

none

none

none

I2S 0

ESP32C3

I2S 0

I2S 0

none

I2S 0

none

none

ESP32S3

I2S 0/1

I2S 0

I2S 0

I2S 0/1

none

none

Standard Mode

Standard mode always has left and right two sound channels which are called ‘slots’. These slots can support 8/16/24/32 bits width sample data. And the communication format for the slots mainly includes these following formats:

  • Philip Format: Data signal have one bit shift comparing to the WS(word select) signal. And the duty of WS signal is 50%.

  • MSB Format: Almost same as philip format, but its data have no shift.

  • PCM Short Format: Data have one bit shift and meanwhile WS signal becomes a pulse lasting one BCLK(Bit Clock) cycle.

PDM Mode (TX)

PDM(Pulse-density Modulation) mode for tx channel can convert PCM data into PDM format which always has left and right slots. PDM TX can only support 16 bits width sample data. PDM TX only needs CLK pin for clock signal and DOUT pin for data signal (i.e. WS and SD signal in the following figure, the BCK signal is an internal bit sampling clock, not needed between PDM devices). This mode allows user to configure the up-sampling parameters i2s_pdm_tx_clk_config_t::up_sample_fp i2s_pdm_tx_clk_config_t::up_sample_fs. The up-sampling rate can be calculated by up_sample_rate = fp / fs, there are up-sampling modes in PDM TX:

  • Fixed Clock Frequency: In this mode the up-sampling rate will change according to the sample rate. Setting fp = 960 and fs = sample_rate / 100, then the clock frequency(Fpdm) on CLK pin will be fixed to 128 * 48 KHz = 6.144 MHz, note that this frequency is not equal to the sample rate(Fpcm).

  • Fixed Up-sampling Rate: In this mode the up-sampling rate is fixed to 2. Setting fp = 960 and fs = 480, then the clock frequency(Fpdm) on CLK pin will be 128 * sample_rate

TDM Mode

TDM(Time Division Multiplexing) mode supports upto 16 slots, these slots can be enabled by i2s_tdm_slot_config_t::slot_mask. But due to the hardware limitation, only upto 4 slots are supported while the slot is set to 32 bit-width, and 8 slots for 16 bit-width, 16 slots for 8 bit-width. The slot communication format of TDM is almost same as standard mode, but there are some small differences between them.

  • Philip Format: Data signal have one bit shift comparing to the WS(word select) signal. And no matter how many slots are contained in one frame, the duty of WS signal will always keep 50%.

  • MSB Format: Almost same as philip format, but its data have no shift.

  • PCM Short Format: Data have one bit shift and meanwhile WS signal becomes a pulse lasting one BCLK(Bit Clock) cycle for every frame.

  • PCM Long Format: Data have one bit shift and meanwhile WS signal will lasting one slot bit width for every frame. For example, if there are 4 slots enabled, then the duty of WS will be 25%, and if there are 5 slots, it will be 20%.

Functional Overview

The I2S driver offers following services:

Resources Management

There are three levels’ resources in I2S driver:

  • platform level: Resources of all I2S controllers in the current target.

  • controller level: Resources in one I2S controller.

  • channel level: Resources of tx or rx channel in one I2S controller.

The public APIs are all channel level APIs, the channel handle i2s_chan_handle_t can help user to manage the resources under a specific channel without considering the other two levels. The other two upper levels’ resources are private and will be managed by the driver automatically. Users can call i2s_new_channel() to allocate a channel handle and call i2s_del_channel() to delete it.

Power Management

When the power management is enabled (i.e. CONFIG_PM_ENABLE is on), the system will adjust or stop the source clock of I2S before going into light sleep, thus potentially changing the I2S signals and leading to transmitting or receiving invalid data.

I2S driver can prevent the system from changing or stopping the source clock by acquiring a power management lock. When the source clock is generated from APB, the lock type will be set to esp_pm_lock_type_t::ESP_PM_APB_FREQ_MAX and when the source clock is APLL (if target support APLL), it will be set to esp_pm_lock_type_t::ESP_PM_NO_LIGHT_SLEEP. Whenever user is reading or writing via I2S (i.e. calling i2s_channel_read() or i2s_channel_write()), the driver will guarantee that the power management lock is acquired. Likewise, the driver releases the lock after reading or writing finished.

Finite-State Machine

There are three states for an I2S channel, they are registered, ready and running. Their relationship is shown in the following diagram:

I2S Finite-State Machine

The <mode> in the diagram can be replaced by corresponding I2S communication mode like std for standard two-slot mode, for other information of communication mode, please refer to I2S Communication Mode section.

Data Transport

The data transport of I2S peripheral, including sending and receiving, is realized by DMA. Before transporting data, please call i2s_channel_enable() to enable the specific channel. When the sent or received data reach the size of one DMA buffer, I2S_OUT_EOF or I2S_IN_SUC_EOF interrupt will be triggered. Note that the DMA buffer size is not equal to i2s_chan_config_t::dma_frame_num, one frame here means all the sampled data in one WS circle. Therefore, dma_buffer_size = dma_frame_num * slot_num * slot_bit_width / 8. For the transmit case, users can input the data by calling i2s_channel_write(). This function will help users to copy the data from the source buffer to the DMA tx buffer and wait for the transmition finished. Then it’ll repeat until the sent bytes reach the given size. For the receive case, the function i2s_channel_read() will wait for receiving the message queue which contains the DMA buffer address, it will help users to copy the data from DMA rx buffer to the destination buffer.

Both i2s_channel_write() and i2s_channel_read() are blocking functions, they will keep waiting until the whole source buffer are sent or the whole destination buffer loaded, unless they exceed the max blocking time, then the error code ESP_ERR_TIMEOUT will return in this case. To send or receive data asynchronously, callbacks can be registered by i2s_channel_register_event_callback(), users are able to access the DMA buffer directly in the callback function instead of transmitting or receiving by the two blocking functions. However, please be aware that it is an interrupt callback, don’t do complex logic, floating operation or call non-reentrant functions in the callback.

Configuration Setting

Users can initialize a channel by corresponding function (i.e. i2s_channel_init_std_mode(), i2s_channel_init_pdm_rx_mode(), i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode() or i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode()), the channel will be initialized to the specific mode. If the configurations need to be updated after initialization, i2s_channel_disable() has to be called first to ensure the channel has stopped, and then calling corresponding ‘reconfig’ functions, like i2s_channel_reconfig_std_slot(), i2s_channel_reconfig_std_clock(), i2s_channel_reconfig_std_gpio().

IRAM Safe

By default, the I2S interrupt will be deferred when the Cache is disabled for reasons like writing/erasing Flash. Thus the EOF interrupt will not get executed in time, which is not expected in a real-time application.

There’s a Kconfig option CONFIG_I2S_ISR_IRAM_SAFE that will:

  1. Enable the interrupt being serviced even when cache is disabled

  2. Place driver object into DRAM (in case it’s linked to PSRAM by accident)

This will allow the interrupt to run while the cache is disabled but will come at the cost of increased IRAM consumption.

Thread Safety

All the public I2S APIs are guaranteed to be thread safe by the driver, which means, user can call them from different RTOS tasks without protection by extra locks. Notice that I2S driver uses mutex lock to ensure the thread safety, thus these APIs are not allowed to be used in ISR.

Kconfig Options

Application Example

The examples of the I2S driver can be found in the directory peripherals/i2s. Here are some simple usages of each mode:

Standard TX/RX Usage

Different slot communication formats can be generated by following helper macros for standard mode. As described above, there are three formats in standard mode, their helper macros are:

The clock config helper macro is:

Please refer to Standard Mode for STD API information. And for more details, please refer to driver/include/driver/i2s_std.h.

STD TX Mode

Take 16-bit data width for example, when the data in a uint16_t writting buffer are:

data 0

data 1

data 2

data 3

data 4

data 5

data 6

data 7

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

Here is the table of the real data on the line with different i2s_std_slot_config_t::slot_mode and i2s_std_slot_config_t::slot_mask

data bit width

slot mode

slot mask

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

16 bit

mono

left

0x0001

0x0000

0x0002

0x0000

0x0003

0x0000

0x0004

0x0000

right

0x0000

0x0001

0x0000

0x0002

0x0000

0x0003

0x0000

0x0004

both

0x0001

0x0001

0x0002

0x0002

0x0003

0x0003

0x0004

0x0004

stereo

left

0x0001

0x0001

0x0003

0x0003

0x0005

0x0005

0x0007

0x0007

right

0x0002

0x0002

0x0004

0x0004

0x0006

0x0006

0x0008

0x0008

both

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

Note

Similar for 8-bit and 32-bit data width, the type of the buffer is better to be uint8_t and uint32_t type. But specially, when the data width is 24-bit, the data buffer should aligned with 3-byte(i.e. every 3 bytes stands for a 24-bit data in one slot), additionally, i2s_chan_config_t::dma_frame_num, i2s_std_clk_config_t::mclk_multiple and the writting buffer size should be the multiple of 3, otherwise the data on the line or the sample rate will be incorrect.

#include "driver/i2s_std.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

i2s_chan_handle_t tx_handle;
/* Get the default channel configuration by helper macro.
 * This helper macro is defined in 'i2s_common.h' and shared by all the i2s communication mode.
 * It can help to specify the I2S role, and port id */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_AUTO, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
/* Allocate a new tx channel and get the handle of this channel */
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, &tx_handle, NULL);

/* Setting the configurations, the slot configuration and clock configuration can be generated by the macros
 * These two helper macros is defined in 'i2s_std.h' which can only be used in STD mode.
 * They can help to specify the slot and clock configurations for initialization or updating */
i2s_std_config_t std_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(48000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_32BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .din = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
/* Initialize the channel */
i2s_channel_init_std_mode(tx_handle, &std_cfg);

/* Before write data, start the tx channel first */
i2s_channel_enable(tx_handle);
i2s_channel_write(tx_handle, src_buf, bytes_to_write, bytes_written, ticks_to_wait);

/* If the configurations of slot or clock need to be updated,
 * stop the channel first and then update it */
// i2s_channel_disable(tx_handle);
// std_cfg.slot_cfg.slot_mode = I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO; // Default is stereo
// i2s_channel_reconfig_std_slot(tx_handle, &std_cfg.slot_cfg);
// std_cfg.clk_cfg.sample_rate_hz = 96000;
// i2s_channel_reconfig_std_clock(tx_handle, &std_cfg.clk_cfg);

/* Have to stop the channel before deleting it */
i2s_channel_disable(tx_handle);
/* If the handle is not needed any more, delete it to release the channel resources */
i2s_del_channel(tx_handle);

STD RX Mode

Take 16-bit data width for example, when the data on the line are:

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

ws low

ws high

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

Here is the table of the data that received in the buffer with different i2s_std_slot_config_t::slot_mode and i2s_std_slot_config_t::slot_mask

data bit width

slot mode

slot mask

data 0

data 1

data 2

data 3

data 4

data 5

data 6

data 7

16 bit

mono

left

0x0001

0x0003

0x0005

0x0007

0x0009

0x000b

0x000d

0x000f

right

0x0002

0x0004

0x0006

0x0008

0x000a

0x000c

0x000e

0x0010

stereo

any

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

Note

8-bit, 24-bit and 32-bit are similar as 16-bit, the data bit-width in the receiving buffer are equal to the data bit-width on the line. Additionally, when using 24-bit data width, i2s_chan_config_t::dma_frame_num, i2s_std_clk_config_t::mclk_multiple and the receiving buffer size should be the multiple of 3, otherwise the data on the line or the sample rate will be incorrect.

#include "driver/i2s_std.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

i2s_chan_handle_t rx_handle;
/* Get the default channel configuration by helper macro.
 * This helper macro is defined in 'i2s_common.h' and shared by all the i2s communication mode.
 * It can help to specify the I2S role, and port id */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_AUTO, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
/* Allocate a new rx channel and get the handle of this channel */
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, NULL, &rx_handle);

/* Setting the configurations, the slot configuration and clock configuration can be generated by the macros
 * These two helper macros is defined in 'i2s_std.h' which can only be used in STD mode.
 * They can help to specify the slot and clock configurations for initialization or updating */
i2s_std_config_t std_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(48000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_32BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .din = GPIO_NUM_19,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
/* Initialize the channel */
i2s_channel_init_std_mode(rx_handle, &std_cfg);

/* Before read data, start the rx channel first */
i2s_channel_enable(rx_handle);
i2s_channel_read(rx_handle, desc_buf, bytes_to_read, bytes_read, ticks_to_wait);

/* Have to stop the channel before deleting it */
i2s_channel_disable(rx_handle);
/* If the handle is not needed any more, delete it to release the channel resources */
i2s_del_channel(rx_handle);

PDM TX usage

For PDM mode in tx channel, the slot configuration helper macro is:

The clock configuration helper macro is:

Please refer to PDM Mode for PDM TX API information. And for more details, please refer to driver/include/driver/i2s_pdm.h.

The PDM data width is fixed to 16-bit, when the data in a int16_t writting buffer are:

data 0

data 1

data 2

data 3

data 4

data 5

data 6

data 7

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

Here is the table of the real data on the line with different i2s_pdm_tx_slot_config_t::slot_mode and i2s_pdm_tx_slot_config_t::line_mode (The PDM format on the line is transferred to PCM format for easier comprehension).

line mode

slot mode

line

left

right

left

right

left

right

left

right

one-line codec

mono

dout

0x0001

0x0000

0x0002

0x0000

0x0003

0x0000

0x0004

0x0000

stereo

dout

0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

0x0004

0x0005

0x0006

0x0007

0x0008

one-line dac

mono

dout

0x0001

0x0001

0x0002

0x0002

0x0003

0x0003

0x0004

0x0004

two-line dac

mono

dout

0x0002

0x0002

0x0004

0x0004

0x0006

0x0006

0x0008

0x0008

dout2

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

stereo

dout

0x0002

0x0002

0x0004

0x0004

0x0006

0x0006

0x0008

0x0008

dout2

0x0001

0x0001

0x0003

0x0003

0x0005

0x0005

0x0007

0x0007

Note

There are three line modes for PDM TX mode, they are I2S_PDM_TX_ONE_LINE_CODEC, I2S_PDM_TX_ONE_LINE_DAC and I2S_PDM_TX_TWO_LINE_DAC. One-line codec is for the PDM codecs those require clock signal, the PDM codec can differentiate the left and right slots by the clock level, and the other two are used to driver power amplifiers directly with a low-pass filter, they do not need the clock signal, so there are two lines to differentiate the left and right slots. Additionally, for the mono mode of one-line codec, the slot can be force to change to the right by setting the clock invert flag in gpio configuration.

#include "driver/i2s_pdm.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

/* Allocate an I2S tx channel */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_0, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, &tx_handle, NULL);

/* Init the channel into PDM TX mode */
i2s_pdm_tx_config_t pdm_tx_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_PDM_TX_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(36000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_PDM_TX_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .clk = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .invert_flags = {
            .clk_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode(tx_handle, &pdm_tx_cfg);

...

TDM TX/RX usage

Different slot communication formats can be generated by following helper macros for TDM mode. As described above, there are four formats in TDM mode, their helper macros are:

The clock config helper macro is:

Please refer to TDM Mode for TDM API information. And for more details, please refer to driver/include/driver/i2s_tdm.h.

Note

When setting the clock configuration for a slave role, please be aware that i2s_tdm_clk_config_t::bclk_div should not be smaller than 8 (hardware limitation), increase this field can reduce the data lagging that sent from the slave. In the high sample rate case, the data might lag behind more than one bclk which will lead data malposition, you can try to increase i2s_tdm_clk_config_t::bclk_div gradually to correct it.

As i2s_tdm_clk_config_t::bclk_div is the division of mclk to bclk, increase it will also increase the mclk frequency, therefore, the clock calculation might failed if the mclk is too high to divide from the source clock, which means i2s_tdm_clk_config_t::bclk_div is not the bigger the better.

TDM TX Mode

#include "driver/i2s_tdm.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

/* Allocate an I2S tx channel */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_AUTO, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, &tx_handle, NULL);

/* Init the channel into TDM mode */
i2s_tdm_config_t tdm_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(44100),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_TDM_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO,
                I2S_TDM_SLOT0 | I2S_TDM_SLOT1 | I2S_TDM_SLOT2 | I2S_TDM_SLOT3),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .din = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode(tx_handle, &tdm_cfg);

...

TDM RX Mode

#include "driver/i2s_tdm.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

/* Set the channel mode to TDM */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_CONFIG(I2S_ROLE_MASTER, I2S_COMM_MODE_TDM, &i2s_pin);
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, NULL, &rx_handle);

/* Init the channel into TDM mode */
i2s_tdm_config_t tdm_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(44100),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_TDM_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO,
                I2S_TDM_SLOT0 | I2S_TDM_SLOT1 | I2S_TDM_SLOT2 | I2S_TDM_SLOT3),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .din = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode(rx_handle, &tdm_cfg);
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Full-duplex

Full-duplex mode will register tx and rx channel in an I2S port at the same time, and they will share the BCLK and WS signal. Currently STD and TDM communication mode are able to adopt full-duplex mode in following way, but PDM full-duplex is not supported because PDM TX and RX clock are not same.

Note that one handle can only stand for one channel, the slot and clock configurations for both tx and rx channel should be set one by one.

Here is an example of how to allocate a pair of full-duplex channels:

#include "driver/i2s_std.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

i2s_chan_handle_t tx_handle;
i2s_chan_handle_t rx_handle;

/* Allocate a pair of I2S channel */
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_AUTO, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
/* Allocate for tx and rx channel at the same time, then they will work in full-duplex mode */
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, &tx_handle, &rx_handle);

/* Set the configurations for BOTH TWO channels, since tx and rx channel have to be same in full-duplex mode */
i2s_std_config_t std_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(32000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_STD_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .din = GPIO_NUM_19,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
i2s_init_channle(tx_handle, &std_cfg);
i2s_init_channle(rx_handle, &std_cfg);

i2s_channel_enable(tx_handle);
i2s_channel_enable(rx_handle);

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Simplex Mode

To allocate a channel in simplex mode, i2s_new_channel() should be called for each channel. The clock and gpio pins of TX/RX channel on ESP32-C3 are separate, they can be configured in different modes and clocks, and they are able to coexist on a same I2S port in simplex mode. So PDM duplex can be realized by registering PDM TX simplex and PDM RX simplex on a same I2S port. But in this way, PDM TX/RX might work with different clocks, take care when configuring the gpio pins and clocks.

The following example offers a use case for the simplex mode, but note that, although the internal MCLK signals for tx and rx channel are separate, the output MCLK can only be bound to one of them if they are from a same controller, if both channel initialized MCLK, it depends on which is initialized later.

#include "driver/i2s_std.h"
#include "driver/gpio.h"

i2s_chan_handle_t tx_handle;
i2s_chan_handle_t rx_handle;
i2s_chan_config_t chan_cfg = I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_NUM_0, I2S_ROLE_MASTER);
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, &tx_handle, NULL);
i2s_std_config_t std_tx_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(48000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_STD_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = GPIO_NUM_0,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_4,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_5,
        .dout = GPIO_NUM_18,
        .din = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
/* Initialize the channel */
i2s_channel_init_std_mode(tx_handle, &std_tx_cfg);
i2s_channel_enable(tx_handle);

/* rx channel will be registered on another I2S, if no other available I2S unit found
 * it will return ESP_ERR_NOT_FOUND */
i2s_new_channel(&chan_cfg, NULL, &rx_handle); // Both rx and tx channel will be registered on I2S0, but they can work with different configurations.
i2s_std_config_t std_rx_cfg = {
    .clk_cfg = I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(16000),
    .slot_cfg = I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_32BIT, I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO),
    .gpio_cfg = {
        .mclk = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .bclk = GPIO_NUM_6,
        .ws = GPIO_NUM_7,
        .dout = I2S_GPIO_UNUSED,
        .din = GPIO_NUM_19,
        .invert_flags = {
            .mclk_inv = false,
            .bclk_inv = false,
            .ws_inv = false,
        },
    },
};
i2s_channel_init_std_mode(rx_handle, &std_rx_cfg);
i2s_channel_enable(rx_handle);

Application Notes

How to Prevent Data Lost

For the applications that need a high frequency sample rate, sometimes the massive throughput of receiving data may cause data lost. Users can receive data lost event by registering isr callback function to receive event queue:

static IRAM_ATTR bool i2s_rx_queue_overflow_callback(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, i2s_event_data_t *event, void *user_ctx)
{
    // handle rx queue overflow event ...
    return false;
}

i2s_event_callbacks_t cbs = {
    .on_recv = NULL,
    .on_recv_q_ovf = i2s_rx_queue_overflow_callback,
    .on_sent = NULL,
    .on_send_q_ovf = NULL,
};
TEST_ESP_OK(i2s_channel_register_event_callback(rx_handle, &cbs, NULL));

Please follow these steps to prevent data lost:

  1. Determine the interrupt interval. Generally, when data lost happened, the interval should be the bigger the better, it can help to reduce the interrupt times, i.e., dma_frame_num should be as big as possible while the DMA buffer size won’t exceed its maximum value 4092. The relationships are:

    interrupt_interval(unit: sec) = dma_frame_num / sample_rate
    dma_buffer_size = dma_frame_num * slot_num * data_bit_width / 8 <= 4092
    
  2. Determine the dma_desc_num. The dma_desc_num is decided by the max time of i2s_channel_read polling cycle, all the received data are supposed to be stored between two i2s_channel_read. This cycle can be measured by a timer or an outputting gpio signal. The relationship is:

    dma_desc_num > polling_cycle / interrupt_interval
    
  3. Determine the receiving buffer size. The receiving buffer that offered by user in i2s_channel_read should be able to take all the data in all dma buffers, that means it should be bigger than the total size of all the dma buffers:

    recv_buffer_size > dma_desc_num * dma_buffer_size
    

For example, if there is an I2S application, and the known values are:

sample_rate = 144000 Hz
data_bit_width = 32 bits
slot_num = 2
polling_cycle = 10ms

Then the parameters dma_frame_num, dma_desc_num and recv_buf_size can be calculated according to the given known values:

dma_frame_num * slot_num * data_bit_width / 8 = dma_buffer_size <= 4092
dma_frame_num <= 511
interrupt_interval = dma_frame_num / sample_rate = 511 / 144000 = 0.003549 s = 3.549 ms
dma_desc_num > polling_cycle / interrupt_interval = cell(10 / 3.549) = cell(2.818) = 3
recv_buffer_size > dma_desc_num * dma_buffer_size = 3 * 4092 = 12276 bytes

API Reference

Standard Mode

Header File

Functions

esp_err_t i2s_channel_init_std_mode(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_std_config_t *std_cfg)

Initialize i2s channel to standard mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is REGISTERED, (i.e., channel has been allocated, but not initialized) and the state will be updated to READY if initialization success, otherwise the state will return to REGISTERED.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • std_cfg[in] Configurations for standard mode, including clock, slot and gpio The clock configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG The slot configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_STD_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_STD_PCM_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG or I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Initialize successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for storing the channel information

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or invalid configuration

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not registered

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_std_clock(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_std_clk_config_t *clk_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S clock for standard mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to standard mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_std_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • clk_cfg[in] Standard mode clock configuration, can be generated by I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not standard mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_std_slot(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_std_slot_config_t *slot_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S slot for standard mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to standard mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_std_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • slot_cfg[in] Standard mode slot configuration, can be generated by I2S_STD_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_STD_PCM_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG and I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG.

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for DMA buffer

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not standard mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_std_gpio(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_std_gpio_config_t *gpio_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S gpio for standard mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to standard mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_std_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • gpio_cfg[in] Standard mode gpio configuration, specified by user

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not standard mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

Structures

struct i2s_std_slot_config_t

I2S slot configuration for standard mode.

Public Members

i2s_data_bit_width_t data_bit_width

I2S sample data bit width (valid data bits per sample)

i2s_slot_bit_width_t slot_bit_width

I2S slot bit width (total bits per slot)

i2s_slot_mode_t slot_mode

Set mono or stereo mode with I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO In TX direction, mono means the written buffer contains only one slot data and stereo means the written buffer contains both left and right data

i2s_std_slot_mask_t slot_mask

Select the left, right or both slot

uint32_t ws_width

WS signal width (i.e. the number of bclk ticks that ws signal is high)

bool ws_pol

WS signal polarity, set true to enable high lever first

bool bit_shift

Set to enbale bit shift in Philip mode

bool left_align

Set to enable left alignment

bool big_endian

Set to enable big endian

bool bit_order_lsb

Set to enable lsb first

struct i2s_std_clk_config_t

I2S clock configuration for standard mode.

Public Members

uint32_t sample_rate_hz

I2S sample rate

i2s_clock_src_t clk_src

Choose clock source

i2s_mclk_multiple_t mclk_multiple

The multiple of mclk to the sample rate Default is 256 in the helper macro, it can satisfy most of cases, but please set this field a multiple of ‘3’ (like 384) when using 24-bit data width, otherwise the sample rate might be inaccurate

struct i2s_std_gpio_config_t

I2S standard mode GPIO pins configuration.

Public Members

gpio_num_t mclk

MCK pin, output

gpio_num_t bclk

BCK pin, input in slave role, output in master role

gpio_num_t ws

WS pin, input in slave role, output in master role

gpio_num_t dout

DATA pin, output

gpio_num_t din

DATA pin, input

uint32_t mclk_inv

Set 1 to invert the mclk output

uint32_t bclk_inv

Set 1 to invert the bclk input/output

uint32_t ws_inv

Set 1 to invert the ws input/output

struct i2s_std_gpio_config_t::[anonymous] invert_flags

GPIO pin invert flags

struct i2s_std_config_t

I2S standard mode major configuration that including clock/slot/gpio configuration.

Public Members

i2s_std_clk_config_t clk_cfg

Standard mode clock configuration, can be generated by macro I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

i2s_std_slot_config_t slot_cfg

Standard mode slot configuration, can be generated by macros I2S_STD_[mode]_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, [mode] can be replaced with PHILIP/MSB/PCM

i2s_std_gpio_config_t gpio_cfg

Standard mode gpio configuration, specified by user

Macros

I2S_STD_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo)

Philip format in 2 slots.

This file is specified for I2S standard communication mode Features:

  • Philip/MSB/PCM are supported in standard mode

  • Fixed to 2 slots

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

I2S_STD_PCM_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo)

PCM(short) format in 2 slots.

Note

PCM(long) is sample as philip in 2 slots

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

I2S_STD_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo)

MSB format in 2 slots.

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

I2S_STD_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(rate)

i2s default standard clock configuration

Note

Please set the mclk_multiple to I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_384 while using 24 bits data width Otherwise the sample rate might be imprecise since the bclk division is not a integer

Parameters
  • rate – sample rate

PDM Mode

Header File

Functions

esp_err_t i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_pdm_tx_config_t *pdm_tx_cfg)

Initialize i2s channel to PDM TX mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is REGISTERED, (i.e., channel has been allocated, but not initialized) and the state will be updated to READY if initialization success, otherwise the state will return to REGISTERED.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S tx channel handler

  • pdm_tx_cfg[in] Configurations for PDM TX mode, including clock, slot and gpio The clock configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_PDM_TX_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG The slot configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_PDM_TX_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Initialize successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for storing the channel information

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or invalid configuration

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not registered

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_pdm_tx_clock(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_pdm_tx_clk_config_t *clk_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S clock for PDM TX mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to PDM TX mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S tx channel handler

  • clk_cfg[in] PDM TX mode clock configuration, can be generated by I2S_PDM_TX_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not PDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_pdm_tx_slot(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_pdm_tx_slot_config_t *slot_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S slot for PDM TX mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to PDM TX mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S tx channel handler

  • slot_cfg[in] PDM TX mode slot configuration, can be generated by I2S_PDM_TX_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for DMA buffer

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not PDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_pdm_tx_gpio(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_pdm_tx_gpio_config_t *gpio_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S gpio for PDM TX mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to PDM TX mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_pdm_tx_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S tx channel handler

  • gpio_cfg[in] PDM TX mode gpio configuration, specified by user

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not PDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

Structures

struct i2s_pdm_tx_slot_config_t

I2S slot configuration for pdm tx mode.

Public Members

i2s_data_bit_width_t data_bit_width

I2S sample data bit width (valid data bits per sample), only support 16 bits for PDM mode

i2s_slot_bit_width_t slot_bit_width

I2S slot bit width (total bits per slot), only support 16 bits for PDM mode

i2s_slot_mode_t slot_mode

Set mono or stereo mode with I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO For PDM TX mode, mono means the data buffer only contains one slot data, Stereo means the data buffer contains two slots data

uint32_t sd_prescale

Sigma-delta filter prescale

i2s_pdm_sig_scale_t sd_scale

Sigma-delta filter scaling value

i2s_pdm_sig_scale_t hp_scale

High pass filter scaling value

i2s_pdm_sig_scale_t lp_scale

Low pass filter scaling value

i2s_pdm_sig_scale_t sinc_scale

Sinc filter scaling value

i2s_pdm_tx_line_mode_t line_mode

PDM TX line mode, on-line codec, one-line dac, two-line dac mode can be selected

bool hp_en

High pass filter enable

float hp_cut_off_freq_hz

High pass filter cut-off frequency, range 23.3Hz ~ 185Hz, see cut-off frequency sheet above

uint32_t sd_dither

Sigma-delta filter dither

uint32_t sd_dither2

Sigma-delta filter dither2

struct i2s_pdm_tx_clk_config_t

I2S clock configuration for pdm tx mode.

Public Members

uint32_t sample_rate_hz

I2S sample rate

i2s_clock_src_t clk_src

Choose clock source

i2s_mclk_multiple_t mclk_multiple

The multiple of mclk to the sample rate

uint32_t up_sample_fp

Up-sampling param fp

uint32_t up_sample_fs

Up-sampling param fs

struct i2s_pdm_tx_gpio_config_t

I2S PDM tx mode GPIO pins configuration.

Public Members

gpio_num_t clk

PDM clk pin, output

gpio_num_t dout

DATA pin, output

gpio_num_t dout2

The second data pin for the DAC dual-line mode, only take effect when the line mode is I2S_PDM_TX_TWO_LINE_DAC

uint32_t clk_inv

Set 1 to invert the clk output

struct i2s_pdm_tx_gpio_config_t::[anonymous] invert_flags

GPIO pin invert flags

struct i2s_pdm_tx_config_t

I2S PDM TX mode major configuration that including clock/slot/gpio configuration.

Public Members

i2s_pdm_tx_clk_config_t clk_cfg

PDM TX clock configurations, can be genertated by macro I2S_PDM_TX_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

i2s_pdm_tx_slot_config_t slot_cfg

PDM TX slot configurations, can be genertated by macro I2S_PDM_TX_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG

i2s_pdm_tx_gpio_config_t gpio_cfg

PDM TX gpio configurations, specified by user

Macros

I2S_PDM_TX_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo)

PDM style in 2 slots(TX)

This file is specified for I2S PDM communication mode Features:

  • Only support PDM tx/rx mode

  • Fixed to 2 slots

  • Data bit width only support 16 bits

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width, only support 16 bits for PDM mode

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

I2S_PDM_TX_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(rate)

i2s default pdm tx clock configuration

Note

TX PDM can only be set to the following two up-sampling rate configurations: 1: fp = 960, fs = sample_rate_hz / 100, in this case, Fpdm = 128*48000 2: fp = 960, fs = 480, in this case, Fpdm = 128*Fpcm = 128*sample_rate_hz If the pdm receiver do not care the pdm serial clock, it’s recommended set Fpdm = 128*48000. Otherwise, the second configuration should be adopted.

Parameters
  • rate – sample rate

TDM Mode

Header File

Functions

esp_err_t i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_tdm_config_t *tdm_cfg)

Initialize i2s channel to TDM mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is REGISTERED, (i.e., channel has been allocated, but not initialized) and the state will be updated to READY if initialization success, otherwise the state will return to REGISTERED.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • tdm_cfg[in] Configurations for TDM mode, including clock, slot and gpio The clock configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG The slot configuration can be generated by the helper macro I2S_TDM_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_TDM_PCM_SHORT_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_TDM_PCM_LONG_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG or I2S_TDM_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Initialize successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for storing the channel information

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or invalid configuration

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not registered

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_tdm_clock(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_tdm_clk_config_t *clk_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S clock for TDM mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to TDM mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • clk_cfg[in] Standard mode clock configuration, can be generated by I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not TDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_tdm_slot(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_tdm_slot_config_t *slot_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S slot for TDM mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to TDM mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • slot_cfg[in] Standard mode slot configuration, can be generated by I2S_TDM_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_TDM_PCM_SHORT_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, I2S_TDM_PCM_LONG_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG or I2S_TDM_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG.

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_NO_MEM No memory for DMA buffer

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not TDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

esp_err_t i2s_channel_reconfig_tdm_gpio(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_tdm_gpio_config_t *gpio_cfg)

Reconfigure the I2S gpio for TDM mode.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started this function won’t change the state. ‘i2s_channel_disable’ should be called before calling this function if i2s has started.

Note

The input channel handle has to be initialized to TDM mode, i.e., ‘i2s_channel_init_tdm_mode’ has been called before reconfigring

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • gpio_cfg[in] Standard mode gpio configuration, specified by user

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set clock successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer, invalid configuration or not TDM mode

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel is not initialized or not stopped

Structures

struct i2s_tdm_slot_config_t

I2S slot configuration for tdm mode.

Public Members

i2s_data_bit_width_t data_bit_width

I2S sample data bit width (valid data bits per sample)

i2s_slot_bit_width_t slot_bit_width

I2S slot bit width (total bits per slot)

i2s_slot_mode_t slot_mode

Set mono or stereo mode with I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

i2s_tdm_slot_mask_t slot_mask

Slot mask. Activating slots by setting 1 to corresponding bits. When the activated slots is not consecutive, those data in unactivated slots will be ignored

uint32_t ws_width

WS signal width (i.e. the number of bclk ticks that ws signal is high)

bool ws_pol

WS signal polarity, set true to enable high lever first

bool bit_shift

Set true to enable bit shift in Philip mode

bool left_align

Set true to enable left alignment

bool big_endian

Set true to enable big endian

bool bit_order_lsb

Set true to enable lsb first

bool skip_mask

Set true to enable skip mask. If it is enabled, only the data of the enabled channels will be sent, otherwise all data stored in DMA TX buffer will be sent

uint32_t total_slot

I2S total number of slots. If it is smaller than the biggest activated channel number, it will be set to this number automatically.

struct i2s_tdm_clk_config_t

I2S clock configuration for tdm mode.

Public Members

uint32_t sample_rate_hz

I2S sample rate

i2s_clock_src_t clk_src

Choose clock source

i2s_mclk_multiple_t mclk_multiple

The multiple of mclk to the sample rate, only take effect for master role

uint32_t bclk_div

The division from mclk to bclk, only take effect for slave role, it shouldn’t be smaller than 8. Increase this field when data sent by slave lag behind

struct i2s_tdm_gpio_config_t

I2S TDM mode GPIO pins configuration.

Public Members

gpio_num_t mclk

MCK pin, output

gpio_num_t bclk

BCK pin, input in slave role, output in master role

gpio_num_t ws

WS pin, input in slave role, output in master role

gpio_num_t dout

DATA pin, output

gpio_num_t din

DATA pin, input

uint32_t mclk_inv

Set 1 to invert the mclk output

uint32_t bclk_inv

Set 1 to invert the bclk input/output

uint32_t ws_inv

Set 1 to invert the ws input/output

struct i2s_tdm_gpio_config_t::[anonymous] invert_flags

GPIO pin invert flags

struct i2s_tdm_config_t

I2S TDM mode major configuration that including clock/slot/gpio configuration.

Public Members

i2s_tdm_clk_config_t clk_cfg

TDM mode clock configuration, can be generated by macro I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG

i2s_tdm_slot_config_t slot_cfg

TDM mode slot configuration, can be generated by macros I2S_TDM_[mode]_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG, [mode] can be replaced with PHILIP/MSB/PCM_SHORT/PCM_LONG

i2s_tdm_gpio_config_t gpio_cfg

TDM mode gpio configuration, specified by user

Macros

I2S_TDM_AUTO_SLOT_NUM

This file is specified for I2S TDM communication mode Features:

  • More than 2 slots

I2S_TDM_AUTO_WS_WIDTH
I2S_TDM_PHILIP_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo, mask)

Philip format in active slot that enabled by mask.

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

  • mask – active slot mask

I2S_TDM_MSB_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo, mask)

MSB format in active slot enabled that by mask.

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

  • mask – active slot mask

I2S_TDM_PCM_SHORT_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo, mask)

PCM(short) format in active slot that enabled by mask.

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

  • mask – active slot mask

I2S_TDM_PCM_LONG_SLOT_DEFAULT_CONFIG(bits_per_sample, mono_or_stereo, mask)

PCM(long) format in active slot that enabled by mask.

Parameters
  • bits_per_sample – i2s data bit width

  • mono_or_stereo – I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO or I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

  • mask – active slot mask

I2S_TDM_CLK_DEFAULT_CONFIG(rate)

i2s default tdm clock configuration

Note

Please set the mclk_multiple to I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_384 while the data width in slot configuration is set to 24 bits Otherwise the sample rate might be imprecise since the bclk division is not a integer

Parameters
  • rate – sample rate

I2S Driver

Header File

Functions

esp_err_t i2s_new_channel(const i2s_chan_config_t *chan_cfg, i2s_chan_handle_t *ret_tx_handle, i2s_chan_handle_t *ret_rx_handle)

Allocate new I2S channel(s)

Note

The new created I2S channel handle will be REGISTERED state after it is allocated successfully.

Note

When the port id in channel configuration is I2S_NUM_AUTO, driver will allocate I2S port automatically on one of the i2s controller, otherwise driver will try to allocate the new channel on the selected port.

Note

If both tx_handle and rx_handle are not NULL, it means this I2S controller will work at full-duplex mode, the rx and tx channels will be allocated on a same I2S port in this case. Note that some configurations of tx/rx channel are shared on ESP32 and ESP32S2, so please make sure they are working at same condition and under same status(start/stop). Currently, full-duplex mode can’t guarantee tx/rx channels write/read synchronously, they can only share the clock signals for now.

Note

If tx_handle OR rx_handle is NULL, it means this I2S controller will work at simplex mode. For ESP32 and ESP32S2, the whole I2S controller (i.e. both rx and tx channel) will be occupied, even if only one of rx or tx channel is registered. For the other targets, another channel on this controller will still available.

Parameters
  • chan_cfg[in] I2S controller channel configurations

  • ret_tx_handle[out] I2S channel handler used for managing the sending channel(optional)

  • ret_rx_handle[out] I2S channel handler used for managing the receiving channel(optional)

Returns

  • ESP_OK Allocate new channel(s) success

  • ESP_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED The communication mode is not supported on the current chip

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or illegal parameter in i2s_chan_config_t

  • ESP_ERR_NOT_FOUND No available I2S channel found

esp_err_t i2s_del_channel(i2s_chan_handle_t handle)

Delete the i2s channel.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the i2s channel is at REGISTERED or READY state (i.e., it should stop before deleting it).

Note

Resource will be free automatically if all channels in one port are deleted

Parameters

handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • ESP_OK Delete successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer

esp_err_t i2s_channel_get_info(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, i2s_chan_info_t *chan_info)

Get I2S channel information.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • chan_info[out] I2S channel basic information

Returns

  • ESP_OK Get i2s channel information success

  • ESP_ERR_NOT_FOUND The input handle doesn’t match any registered I2S channels, it may not an i2s channel handle or not available any more

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG The input handle or chan_info pointer is NULL

esp_err_t i2s_channel_enable(i2s_chan_handle_t handle)

Enable the i2s channel.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY, (i.e., channel has been initialized, but not started) the channel will enter RUNNING state once it is enabled successfully.

Note

Enbale the channel can start the I2S communication on hardware. It will start outputting bclk and ws signal. For mclk signal, it will start to output when initialization is finished

Parameters

handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • ESP_OK Start successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel has not initialized or already started

esp_err_t i2s_channel_disable(i2s_chan_handle_t handle)

Disable the i2s channel.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is READY / RUNNING, (i.e., channel has been initialized) the channel will enter READY state once it is disabled successfully.

Note

Disable the channel can stop the I2S communication on hardware. It will stop bclk and ws signal but not mclk signal

Parameters

handle[in] I2S channel handler

Returns

  • ESP_OK Stop successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE This channel has not stated

esp_err_t i2s_channel_write(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const void *src, size_t size, size_t *bytes_written, uint32_t timeout_ms)

I2S write data.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is RUNNING, (i.e., tx channel has been started and is not writing now) but the RUNNING only stands for the software state, it doesn’t mean there is no the signal transporting on line.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • src[in] The pointer of sent data buffer

  • size[in] Max data buffer length

  • bytes_written[out] Byte number that actually be sent

  • timeout_ms[in] Max block time

Returns

  • ESP_OK Write successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or this handle is not tx handle

  • ESP_ERR_TIMEOUT Writing timeout, no writing event received from ISR within ticks_to_wait

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE I2S is not ready to write

esp_err_t i2s_channel_read(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, void *dest, size_t size, size_t *bytes_read, uint32_t timeout_ms)

I2S read data.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is RUNNING but the RUNNING only stands for the software state, it doesn’t mean there is no the signal transporting on line.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • dest[in] The pointer of receiving data buffer

  • size[in] Max data buffer length

  • bytes_read[out] Byte number that actually be read

  • timeout_ms[in] Max block time

Returns

  • ESP_OK Read successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG NULL pointer or this handle is not rx handle

  • ESP_ERR_TIMEOUT Reading timeout, no reading event received from ISR within ticks_to_wait

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE I2S is not ready to read

esp_err_t i2s_channel_register_event_callback(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, const i2s_event_callbacks_t *callbacks, void *user_data)

Set event callbacks for I2S channel.

Note

Only allowed to be called when the channel state is REGISTARED / READY, (i.e., before channel starts)

Note

User can deregister a previously registered callback by calling this function and setting the callback member in the callbacks structure to NULL.

Note

When CONFIG_I2S_ISR_IRAM_SAFE is enabled, the callback itself and functions called by it should be placed in IRAM. The variables used in the function should be in the SRAM as well. The user_data should also reside in SRAM or internal RAM as well.

Parameters
  • handle[in] I2S channel handler

  • callbacks[in] Group of callback functions

  • user_data[in] User data, which will be passed to callback functions directly

Returns

  • ESP_OK Set event callbacks successfully

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG Set event callbacks failed because of invalid argument

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_STATE Set event callbacks failed because the current channel state is not REGISTARED or READY

Structures

struct i2s_event_callbacks_t

Group of I2S callbacks.

Note

The callbacks are all running under ISR environment

Note

When CONFIG_I2S_ISR_IRAM_SAFE is enabled, the callback itself and functions called by it should be placed in IRAM. The variables used in the function should be in the SRAM as well.

Public Members

i2s_isr_callback_t on_recv

Callback of data received event, only for rx channel The event data includes DMA buffer address and size that just finished receiving data

i2s_isr_callback_t on_recv_q_ovf

Callback of receiving queue overflowed event, only for rx channel The event data includes buffer size that has been overwritten

i2s_isr_callback_t on_sent

Callback of data sent event, only for tx channel The event data includes DMA buffer address and size that just finished sending data

i2s_isr_callback_t on_send_q_ovf

Callback of sending queue overflowed evnet, only for tx channel The event data includes buffer size that has been overwritten

struct i2s_chan_config_t

I2S controller channel configuration.

Public Members

i2s_port_t id

I2S port id

i2s_role_t role

I2S role, I2S_ROLE_MASTER or I2S_ROLE_SLAVE

uint32_t dma_desc_num

I2S DMA buffer number, it is also the number of DMA descriptor

uint32_t dma_frame_num

I2S frame number in one DMA buffer. One frame means one-time sample data in all slots, it should be the multiple of ‘3’ when the data bit width is 24.

bool auto_clear

Set to auto clear DMA TX buffer, i2s will always send zero automatically if no data to send

struct i2s_chan_info_t

I2S channel information.

Public Members

i2s_port_t id

I2S port id

i2s_role_t role

I2S role, I2S_ROLE_MASTER or I2S_ROLE_SLAVE

i2s_dir_t dir

I2S channel direction

i2s_comm_mode_t mode

I2S channel communication mode

i2s_chan_handle_t pair_chan

I2S pair channel handle in duplex mode, always NULL in simplex mode

Macros

I2S_CHANNEL_DEFAULT_CONFIG(i2s_num, i2s_role)

get default I2S property

I2S_GPIO_UNUSED

Used in i2s_gpio_config_t for signals which are not used

I2S Types

Header File

Structures

struct i2s_event_data_t

Event structure used in I2S event queue.

Public Members

void *data

The pointer of DMA buffer that just finished sending or receiving for on_recv and on_sent callback NULL for on_recv_q_ovf and on_send_q_ovf callback

size_t size

The buffer size of DMA buffer when success to send or receive, also the buffer size that dropped when queue overflow. It is related to the dma_frame_num and data_bit_width, typically it is fixed when data_bit_width is not changed.

Type Definitions

typedef struct i2s_channel_obj_t *i2s_chan_handle_t

i2s channel object handle, the control unit of the i2s driver

typedef bool (*i2s_isr_callback_t)(i2s_chan_handle_t handle, i2s_event_data_t *event, void *user_ctx)

I2S event callback.

Param handle

[in] I2S channel handle, created from i2s_new_channel()

Param event

[in] I2S event data

Param user_ctx

[in] User registered context, passed from i2s_channel_register_event_callback()

Return

Whether a high priority task has been waken up by this callback function

Enumerations

enum i2s_port_t

I2S controller port number, the max port number is (SOC_I2S_NUM -1).

Values:

enumerator I2S_NUM_0

I2S controller port 0

enumerator I2S_NUM_AUTO

Select whichever port is available

enum i2s_comm_mode_t

I2S controller communication mode.

Values:

enumerator I2S_COMM_MODE_STD

I2S controller using standard communication mode, support philip/MSB/PCM format

enumerator I2S_COMM_MODE_PDM

I2S controller using PDM communication mode, support PDM output or input

enumerator I2S_COMM_MODE_TDM

I2S controller using TDM communication mode, support up to 16 slots per frame

enumerator I2S_COMM_MODE_NONE

Unspecified I2S controller mode

enum i2s_mclk_multiple_t

The multiple of mclk to sample rate.

Values:

enumerator I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_128

mclk = sample_rate * 128

enumerator I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_256

mclk = sample_rate * 256

enumerator I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_384

mclk = sample_rate * 384

enumerator I2S_MCLK_MULTIPLE_512

mclk = sample_rate * 512

Header File

Type Definitions

typedef soc_periph_i2s_clk_src_t i2s_clock_src_t

I2S clock source

Enumerations

enum i2s_slot_mode_t

I2S channel slot mode.

Values:

enumerator I2S_SLOT_MODE_MONO

I2S channel slot format mono, transmit same data in all slots for tx mode, only receive the data in the first slots for rx mode.

enumerator I2S_SLOT_MODE_STEREO

I2S channel slot format stereo, transmit different data in different slots for tx mode, receive the data in all slots for rx mode.

enum i2s_dir_t

I2S channel direction.

Values:

enumerator I2S_DIR_RX

I2S channel direction RX

enumerator I2S_DIR_TX

I2S channel direction TX

enum i2s_role_t

I2S controller role.

Values:

enumerator I2S_ROLE_MASTER

I2S controller master role, bclk and ws signal will be set to output

enumerator I2S_ROLE_SLAVE

I2S controller slave role, bclk and ws signal will be set to input

enum i2s_data_bit_width_t

Available data bit width in one slot.

Values:

enumerator I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_8BIT

I2S channel data bit-width: 8

enumerator I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT

I2S channel data bit-width: 16

enumerator I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_24BIT

I2S channel data bit-width: 24

enumerator I2S_DATA_BIT_WIDTH_32BIT

I2S channel data bit-width: 32

enum i2s_slot_bit_width_t

Total slot bit width in one slot.

Values:

enumerator I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_AUTO

I2S channel slot bit-width equals to data bit-width

enumerator I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_8BIT

I2S channel slot bit-width: 8

enumerator I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_16BIT

I2S channel slot bit-width: 16

enumerator I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_24BIT

I2S channel slot bit-width: 24

enumerator I2S_SLOT_BIT_WIDTH_32BIT

I2S channel slot bit-width: 32

enum i2s_pcm_compress_t

A/U-law decompress or compress configuration.

Values:

enumerator I2S_PCM_DISABLE

Disable A/U law decompress or compress

enumerator I2S_PCM_A_DECOMPRESS

A-law decompress

enumerator I2S_PCM_A_COMPRESS

A-law compress

enumerator I2S_PCM_U_DECOMPRESS

U-law decompress

enumerator I2S_PCM_U_COMPRESS

U-law compress

enum i2s_pdm_sig_scale_t

pdm tx singnal scaling mode

Values:

enumerator I2S_PDM_SIG_SCALING_DIV_2

I2S TX PDM signal scaling: /2

enumerator I2S_PDM_SIG_SCALING_MUL_1

I2S TX PDM signal scaling: x1

enumerator I2S_PDM_SIG_SCALING_MUL_2

I2S TX PDM signal scaling: x2

enumerator I2S_PDM_SIG_SCALING_MUL_4

I2S TX PDM signal scaling: x4

enum i2s_pdm_tx_line_mode_t

PDM TX line mode.

Note

For the standard codec mode, PDM pins are connect to a codec which requires both clock signal and data signal For the DAC output mode, PDM data signal can be connected to a power amplifier directly with a low-pass filter, normally, DAC output mode doesn’t need the clock signal.

Values:

enumerator I2S_PDM_TX_ONE_LINE_CODEC

Standard PDM format output, left and right slot data on a single line

enumerator I2S_PDM_TX_ONE_LINE_DAC

PDM DAC format output, left or right slot data on a single line

enumerator I2S_PDM_TX_TWO_LINE_DAC

PDM DAC format output, left and right slot data on separated lines

enum i2s_std_slot_mask_t

I2S slot select in standard mode.

Note

It has different meanings in tx/rx/mono/stereo mode, and it may have differen behaviors on different targets For the details, please refer to the I2S API reference

Values:

enumerator I2S_STD_SLOT_LEFT

I2S transmits or receives left slot

enumerator I2S_STD_SLOT_RIGHT

I2S transmits or receives right slot

enumerator I2S_STD_SLOT_BOTH

I2S transmits or receives both left and right slot

enum i2s_pdm_slot_mask_t

I2S slot select in PDM mode.

Values:

enumerator I2S_PDM_SLOT_RIGHT

I2S PDM only transmits or receives the PDM device whose ‘select’ pin is pulled up

enumerator I2S_PDM_SLOT_LEFT

I2S PDM only transmits or receives the PDM device whose ‘select’ pin is pulled down

enumerator I2S_PDM_SLOT_BOTH

I2S PDM transmits or receives both two slots

enum i2s_tdm_slot_mask_t

tdm slot number

Note

Multiple slots in TDM mode. For TX module, only the active slot send the audio data, the inactive slot send a constant or will be skipped if ‘skip_msk’ is set. For RX module, only receive the audio data in active slots, the data in inactive slots will be ignored. the bit map of active slot can not exceed (0x1<<total_slot_num). e.g: slot_mask = (I2S_TDM_SLOT0 | I2S_TDM_SLOT3), here the active slot number is 2 and total_slot is not supposed to be smaller than 4.

Values:

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT0

I2S slot 0 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT1

I2S slot 1 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT2

I2S slot 2 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT3

I2S slot 3 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT4

I2S slot 4 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT5

I2S slot 5 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT6

I2S slot 6 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT7

I2S slot 7 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT8

I2S slot 8 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT9

I2S slot 9 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT10

I2S slot 10 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT11

I2S slot 11 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT12

I2S slot 12 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT13

I2S slot 13 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT14

I2S slot 14 enabled

enumerator I2S_TDM_SLOT15

I2S slot 15 enabled