Commit df150831 authored by Zhao Wei Liew's avatar Zhao Wei Liew
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sumire: Add NFC configuration

Change-Id: Ia8623be40ff25fd6db83d227957aaf572b915bf9
parent e385eb5a
## this file is used by Broadcom's Hardware Abstraction Layer at external/libnfc-nci/halimpl/
###############################################################################
# Application options
APPL_TRACE_LEVEL=0xFF
PROTOCOL_TRACE_LEVEL=0xFFFFFFFF
###############################################################################
# performance measurement
# Change this setting to control how often USERIAL log the performance (throughput)
# data on read/write/poll
# defailt is to log performance dara for every 100 read or write
#REPORT_PERFORMANCE_MEASURE=100
###############################################################################
# File used for NFA storage
NFA_STORAGE="/data/nfc"
###############################################################################
# Snooze Mode Settings
#
# By default snooze mode is enabled. Set SNOOZE_MODE_CFG byte[0] to 0
# to disable.
#
# If SNOOZE_MODE_CFG is not provided, the default settings are used:
# They are as follows:
# 8 Sleep Mode (0=Disabled 1=UART 8=SPI/I2C)
# 0 Idle Threshold Host
# 0 Idle Threshold HC
# 0 NFC Wake active mode (0=ActiveLow 1=ActiveHigh)
# 1 Host Wake active mode (0=ActiveLow 1=ActiveHigh)
#
#SNOOZE_MODE_CFG={08:00:00:00:01}
###############################################################################
# Insert a delay in milliseconds after NFC_WAKE and before write to NFCC
NFC_WAKE_DELAY=20
###############################################################################
# Various Delay settings (in ms) used in USERIAL
# POWER_ON_DELAY
# Delay after turning on chip, before writing to transport (default 300)
# PRE_POWER_OFF_DELAY
# Delay after deasserting NFC-Wake before turn off chip (default 0)
# POST_POWER_OFF_DELAY
# Delay after turning off chip, before USERIAL_close returns (default 0)
#
#POWER_ON_DELAY=300
#PRE_POWER_OFF_DELAY=0
#POST_POWER_OFF_DELAY=0
###############################################################################
# LPTD mode configuration
# byte[0] is the length of the remaining bytes in this value
# if set to 0, LPTD params will NOT be sent to NFCC (i.e. disabled).
# byte[1] is the param id it should be set to B9.
# byte[2] is the length of the LPTD parameters
# byte[3] indicates if LPTD is enabled
# if set to 0, LPTD will be disabled (parameters will still be sent).
# byte[4-n] are the LPTD parameters.
# By default, LPTD is enabled and default settings are used.
# See nfc_hal_dm_cfg.c for defaults
LPTD_CFG={23:B9:21:01:02:FF:FF:04:A0:0F:40:00:80:02:02:10:00:00:00:31:0C:30:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00}
###############################################################################
# Startup Configuration (100 bytes maximum)
#
# For the 0xCA parameter, byte[9] (marked by 'AA') is for UICC0, and byte[10] (marked by BB) is
# for UICC1. The values are defined as:
# 0 : UICCx only supports ISO_DEP in low power mode.
# 2 : UICCx only supports Mifare in low power mode.
# 3 : UICCx supports both ISO_DEP and Mifare in low power mode.
#
# AA BB
NFA_DM_START_UP_CFG={1F:CB:01:01:A5:01:01:CA:14:00:00:00:00:06:E8:03:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:80:01:01}
###############################################################################
# Startup Vendor Specific Configuration (100 bytes maximum);
# byte[0] TLV total len = 0x5
# byte[1] NCI_MTS_CMD|NCI_GID_PROP = 0x2f
# byte[2] NCI_MSG_FRAME_LOG = 0x9
# byte[3] 2
# byte[4] 0=turn off RF frame logging; 1=turn on
# byte[5] 0=turn off SWP frame logging; 1=turn on
# NFA_DM_START_UP_VSC_CFG={05:2F:09:02:01:01}
###############################################################################
# Total Duration Configuration (msec)
# Min=0x0000 Max=0xFFFF(65535)
NFA_DM_DISC_DURATION_POLL=300
###############################################################################
# Antenna Configuration - This data is used when setting 0xC8 config item
# at startup (before discovery is started). If not used, no value is sent.
#
# The settings for this value are documented here:
# http://wcgbu.broadcom.com/wpan/PM/Project%20Document%20Library/bcm20791B0/
# Design/Doc/PHY%20register%20settings/BCM20791-B2-1027-02_PHY_Recommended_Reg_Settings.xlsx
# This document is maintained by Paul Forshaw.
#
# The values marked as ?? should be tweaked per antenna or customer/app:
# {20:C8:1E:06:??:00:??:??:??:00:??:24:00:1C:00:75:00:77:00:76:00:1C:00:03:00:0A:00:??:01:00:00:40:04}
# array[0] = 0x20 is length of the payload from array[1] to the end
# array[1] = 0xC8 is PREINIT_DSP_CFG
#PREINIT_DSP_CFG={20:C8:1E:06:1F:00:0F:03:3C:00:04:24:00:1C:00:75:00:77:00:76:00:1C:00:03:00:0A:00:48:01:00:00:40:04}
###############################################################################
# Configure crystal frequency when internal LPO can't detect the frequency.
#XTAL_FREQUENCY=0
###############################################################################
# Configure the default Destination Gate used by HCI (the default is 4, which
# is the ETSI loopback gate.
NFA_HCI_DEFAULT_DEST_GATE=0xF0
###############################################################################
# Configure the single default SE to use. The default is to use the first
# SE that is detected by the stack. This value might be used when the phone
# supports multiple SE (e.g. 0xF3 and 0xF4) but you want to force it to use
# one of them (e.g. 0xF4).
#ACTIVE_SE=0xF3
###############################################################################
# Configure the NFC Extras to open and use a static pipe. If the value is
# not set or set to 0, then the default is use a dynamic pipe based on a
# destination gate (see NFA_HCI_DEFAULT_DEST_GATE). Note there is a value
# for each UICC (where F3="UICC0" and F4="UICC1")
#NFA_HCI_STATIC_PIPE_ID_F3=0x70
#NFA_HCI_STATIC_PIPE_ID_01=0x19
NFA_HCI_STATIC_PIPE_ID_C0=0x19
###############################################################################
# When disconnecting from Oberthur secure element, perform a warm-reset of
# the secure element to deselect the applet.
# The default hex value of the command is 0x3. If this variable is undefined,
# then this feature is not used.
OBERTHUR_WARM_RESET_COMMAND=0x03
###############################################################################
# Force UICC to only listen to the following technology(s).
# The bits are defined as tNFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK in nfa_api.h.
# Default is NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_B | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F
UICC_LISTEN_TECH_MASK=0x07
###############################################################################
# Force HOST listen feature enable or disable.
# 0: Disable
# 1: Enable
HOST_LISTEN_ENABLE=0x01
###############################################################################
# Enabling/Disabling Forward functionality
# Disable 0x00
# Enable 0x01
NXP_FWD_FUNCTIONALITY_ENABLE=0x01
###############################################################################
# Allow UICC to be powered off if there is no traffic.
# Timeout is in ms. If set to 0, then UICC will not be powered off.
#UICC_IDLE_TIMEOUT=30000
UICC_IDLE_TIMEOUT=0
###############################################################################
# AID for Empty Select command
# If specified, this AID will be substituted when an Empty SELECT command is
# detected. The first byte is the length of the AID. Maximum length is 16.
AID_FOR_EMPTY_SELECT={08:A0:00:00:01:51:00:00:00}
###############################################################################
# Maximum Number of Credits to be allowed by the NFCC
# This value overrides what the NFCC specifices allowing the host to have
# the control to work-around transport limitations. If this value does
# not exist or is set to 0, the NFCC will provide the number of credits.
MAX_RF_DATA_CREDITS=1
###############################################################################
# This setting allows you to disable registering the T4t Virtual SE that causes
# the NFCC to send PPSE requests to the DH.
# The default setting is enabled (i.e. T4t Virtual SE is registered).
#REGISTER_VIRTUAL_SE=1
###############################################################################
# When screen is turned off, specify the desired power state of the controller.
# 0: power-off-sleep state; DEFAULT
# 1: full-power state
# 2: screen-off card-emulation (CE4/CE3/CE1 modes are used)
SCREEN_OFF_POWER_STATE=1
###############################################################################
# Firmware patch file
# If the value is not set then patch download is disabled.
FW_PATCH="/vendor/firmware/bcm2079x_firmware.ncd"
###############################################################################
# Firmware pre-patch file (sent before the above patch file)
# If the value is not set then pre-patch is not used.
FW_PRE_PATCH="/vendor/firmware/bcm2079x_pre_firmware.ncd"
###############################################################################
# Firmware patch format
# 1 = HCD
# 2 = NCD (default)
#NFA_CONFIG_FORMAT=2
###############################################################################
# SPD Debug mode
# If set to 1, any failure of downloading a patch will trigger a hard-stop
#SPD_DEBUG=0
###############################################################################
# SPD Max Retry Count
# The number of attempts to download a patch before giving up (defualt is 3).
# Note, this resets after a power-cycle.
#SPD_MAX_RETRY_COUNT=3
###############################################################################
# transport driver
#
# TRANSPORT_DRIVER=<driver>
#
# where <driver> can be, for example:
# "/dev/ttyS" (UART)
# "/dev/bcmi2cnfc" (I2C)
# "hwtun" (HW Tunnel)
# "/dev/bcmspinfc" (SPI)
# "/dev/btusb0" (BT USB)
TRANSPORT_DRIVER="/dev/bcm2079x"
###############################################################################
# power control driver
# Specify a kernel driver that support ioctl commands to control NFC_EN and
# NFC_WAKE gpio signals.
#
# POWER_CONTRL_DRIVER=<driver>
# where <driver> can be, for example:
# "/dev/nfcpower"
# "/dev/bcmi2cnfc" (I2C)
# "/dev/bcmspinfc" (SPI)
# i2c and spi driver may be used to control NFC_EN and NFC_WAKE signal
POWER_CONTROL_DRIVER="/dev/bcm2079x"
###############################################################################
# I2C transport driver options
#
BCMI2CNFC_ADDRESS=0
###############################################################################
# I2C transport driver try to read multiple packets in read() if data is available
# remove the comment below to enable this feature
#READ_MULTIPLE_PACKETS=1
###############################################################################
# SPI transport driver options
#SPI_NEGOTIATION={0A:F0:00:01:00:00:00:FF:FF:00:00}
###############################################################################
# UART transport driver options
#
# PORT=1,2,3,...
# BAUD=115200, 19200, 9600, 4800,
# DATABITS=8, 7, 6, 5
# PARITY="even" | "odd" | "none"
# STOPBITS="0" | "1" | "1.5" | "2"
#UART_PORT=2
#UART_BAUD=115200
#UART_DATABITS=8
#UART_PARITY="none"
#UART_STOPBITS="1"
###############################################################################
# Insert a delay in microseconds per byte after a write to NFCC.
# after writing a block of data to the NFCC, delay this an amopunt of time before
# writing next block of data. the delay is calculated as below
# NFC_WRITE_DELAY * (number of byte written) / 1000 milliseconds
# e.g. after 259 bytes is written, delay (259 * 20 / 1000) 5 ms before next write
NFC_WRITE_DELAY=20
###############################################################################
# Maximum Number of Credits to be allowed by the NFCC
# This value overrides what the NFCC specifices allowing the host to have
# the control to work-around transport limitations. If this value does
# not exist or is set to 0, the NFCC will provide the number of credits.
MAX_RF_DATA_CREDITS=1
###############################################################################
# Antenna Configuration - This data is used when setting 0xC8 config item
# at startup (before discovery is started). If not used, no value is sent.
#
# The settings for this value are documented here:
# http://wcgbu.broadcom.com/wpan/PM/Project%20Document%20Library/bcm20791B0/
# Design/Doc/PHY%20register%20settings/BCM20791-B2-1027-02_PHY_Recommended_Reg_Settings.xlsx
# This document is maintained by Paul Forshaw.
#
# The values marked as ?? should be tweaked per antenna or customer/app:
# {20:C8:1E:06:??:00:??:??:??:00:??:24:00:1C:00:75:00:77:00:76:00:1C:00:03:00:0A:00:??:01:00:00:40:04}
# array[0] = 0x20 is length of the payload from array[1] to the end
# array[1] = 0xC8 is PREINIT_DSP_CFG
#PREINIT_DSP_CFG={20:C8:1E:06:1F:00:0F:03:3C:00:04:24:00:1C:00:75:00:77:00:76:00:1C:00:03:00:0A:00:48:01:00:00:40:04}
###############################################################################
# Force tag polling for the following technology(s).
# The bits are defined as tNFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK in nfa_api.h.
# Default is NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_B |
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_ISO15693 |
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_B_PRIME | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_KOVIO |
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A_ACTIVE | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F_ACTIVE.
#
# Notable bits:
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A 0x01 /* NFC Technology A */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_B 0x02 /* NFC Technology B */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F 0x04 /* NFC Technology F */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_ISO15693 0x08 /* Proprietary Technology */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_KOVIO 0x20 /* Proprietary Technology */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A_ACTIVE 0x40 /* NFC Technology A active mode */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F_ACTIVE 0x80 /* NFC Technology F active mode */
POLLING_TECH_MASK=0xEF
###############################################################################
# Force P2P to only listen for the following technology(s).
# The bits are defined as tNFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK in nfa_api.h.
# Default is NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F |
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A_ACTIVE | NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F_ACTIVE
#
# Notable bits:
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A 0x01 /* NFC Technology A */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F 0x04 /* NFC Technology F */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_A_ACTIVE 0x40 /* NFC Technology A active mode */
# NFA_TECHNOLOGY_MASK_F_ACTIVE 0x80 /* NFC Technology F active mode */
P2P_LISTEN_TECH_MASK=0xC5
PRESERVE_STORAGE=0x01
###############################################################################
# Maximum EE supported number
# NXP PN547C2 0x02
# NXP PN65T 0x03
# NXP PN548C2 0x02
# NXP PN66T 0x03
NFA_MAX_EE_SUPPORTED=0x02
###############################################################################
# NCI Hal Module name
NCI_HAL_MODULE="nfc_nci"
###############################################################################
# AID_MATCHING constants
# AID_MATCHING_EXACT_ONLY 0x00
# AID_MATCHING_EXACT_OR_PREFIX 0x01
# AID_MATCHING_PREFIX_ONLY 0x02
AID_MATCHING_MODE=0x01
###############################################################################
# Preferred Secure Element for Technology based routing
# eSE 0x01
# UICC 0x02
NXP_PRFD_TECH_SE=0x02
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