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#ifndef __LINUX_IXJUSER_H #define __LINUX_IXJUSER_H /****************************************************************************** * * ixjuser.h * * Device Driver for Quicknet Technologies, Inc.'s Telephony cards * including the Internet PhoneJACK, Internet PhoneJACK Lite, * Internet PhoneJACK PCI, Internet LineJACK, Internet PhoneCARD and * SmartCABLE * * (c) Copyright 1999-2001 Quicknet Technologies, Inc. * * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version * 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. * * Author: Ed Okerson, <eokerson@quicknet.net> * * Contributors: Greg Herlein, <gherlein@quicknet.net> * David W. Erhart, <derhart@quicknet.net> * John Sellers, <jsellers@quicknet.net> * Mike Preston, <mpreston@quicknet.net> * * More information about the hardware related to this driver can be found * at our website: http://www.quicknet.net * * Fixes: * * IN NO EVENT SHALL QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR * DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT * OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF QUICKNET * TECHNOLOGIES, INC.HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. * * QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES, * INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY * AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE SOFTWARE PROVIDED HEREUNDER IS * ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND QUICKNET TECHNOLOGIES, INC. HAS NO OBLIGATION * TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES, ENHANCEMENTS, OR MODIFICATIONS. * *****************************************************************************/ #include <linux/telephony.h> /****************************************************************************** * * IOCTL's used for the Quicknet Telephony Cards * * If you use the IXJCTL_TESTRAM command, the card must be power cycled to * reset the SRAM values before futher use. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_DSP_RESET _IO ('q', 0xC0) #define IXJCTL_RING PHONE_RING #define IXJCTL_HOOKSTATE PHONE_HOOKSTATE #define IXJCTL_MAXRINGS PHONE_MAXRINGS #define IXJCTL_RING_CADENCE PHONE_RING_CADENCE #define IXJCTL_RING_START PHONE_RING_START #define IXJCTL_RING_STOP PHONE_RING_STOP #define IXJCTL_CARDTYPE _IOR ('q', 0xC1, int) #define IXJCTL_SERIAL _IOR ('q', 0xC2, int) #define IXJCTL_DSP_TYPE _IOR ('q', 0xC3, int) #define IXJCTL_DSP_VERSION _IOR ('q', 0xC4, int) #define IXJCTL_VERSION _IOR ('q', 0xDA, char *) #define IXJCTL_DSP_IDLE _IO ('q', 0xC5) #define IXJCTL_TESTRAM _IO ('q', 0xC6) /****************************************************************************** * * This group of IOCTLs deal with the record settings of the DSP * * The IXJCTL_REC_DEPTH command sets the internal buffer depth of the DSP. * Setting a lower depth reduces latency, but increases the demand of the * application to service the driver without frame loss. The DSP has 480 * bytes of physical buffer memory for the record channel so the true * maximum limit is determined by how many frames will fit in the buffer. * * 1 uncompressed (480 byte) 16-bit linear frame. * 2 uncompressed (240 byte) 8-bit A-law/mu-law frames. * 15 TrueSpeech 8.5 frames. * 20 TrueSpeech 6.3,5.3,4.8 or 4.1 frames. * * The default in the driver is currently set to 2 frames. * * The IXJCTL_REC_VOLUME and IXJCTL_PLAY_VOLUME commands both use a Q8 * number as a parameter, 0x100 scales the signal by 1.0, 0x200 scales the * signal by 2.0, 0x80 scales the signal by 0.5. No protection is given * against over-scaling, if the multiplication factor times the input * signal exceeds 16 bits, overflow distortion will occur. The default * setting is 0x100 (1.0). * * The IXJCTL_REC_LEVEL returns the average signal level (not r.m.s.) on * the most recently recorded frame as a 16 bit value. ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_REC_CODEC PHONE_REC_CODEC #define IXJCTL_REC_START PHONE_REC_START #define IXJCTL_REC_STOP PHONE_REC_STOP #define IXJCTL_REC_DEPTH PHONE_REC_DEPTH #define IXJCTL_FRAME PHONE_FRAME #define IXJCTL_REC_VOLUME PHONE_REC_VOLUME #define IXJCTL_REC_LEVEL PHONE_REC_LEVEL typedef enum { f300_640 = 4, f300_500, f1100, f350, f400, f480, f440, f620, f20_50, f133_200, f300, f300_420, f330, f300_425, f330_440, f340, f350_400, f350_440, f350_450, f360, f380_420, f392, f400_425, f400_440, f400_450, f420, f425, f425_450, f425_475, f435, f440_450, f440_480, f445, f450, f452, f475, f480_620, f494, f500, f520, f523, f525, f540_660, f587, f590, f600, f660, f700, f740, f750, f750_1450, f770, f800, f816, f850, f857_1645, f900, f900_1300, f935_1215, f941_1477, f942, f950, f950_1400, f975, f1000, f1020, f1050, f1100_1750, f1140, f1200, f1209, f1330, f1336, lf1366, f1380, f1400, f1477, f1600, f1633_1638, f1800, f1860 } IXJ_FILTER_FREQ; typedef struct { unsigned int filter; IXJ_FILTER_FREQ freq; char enable; } IXJ_FILTER; typedef struct { char enable; char en_filter; unsigned int filter; unsigned int on1; unsigned int off1; unsigned int on2; unsigned int off2; unsigned int on3; unsigned int off3; } IXJ_FILTER_CADENCE; #define IXJCTL_SET_FILTER _IOW ('q', 0xC7, IXJ_FILTER *) #define IXJCTL_SET_FILTER_RAW _IOW ('q', 0xDD, IXJ_FILTER_RAW *) #define IXJCTL_GET_FILTER_HIST _IOW ('q', 0xC8, int) #define IXJCTL_FILTER_CADENCE _IOW ('q', 0xD6, IXJ_FILTER_CADENCE *) #define IXJCTL_PLAY_CID _IO ('q', 0xD7) /****************************************************************************** * * This IOCTL allows you to reassign values in the tone index table. The * tone table has 32 entries (0 - 31), but the driver only allows entries * 13 - 27 to be modified, entry 0 is reserved for silence and 1 - 12 are * the standard DTMF digits and 28 - 31 are the DTMF tones for A, B, C & D. * The positions used internally for Call Progress Tones are as follows: * Dial Tone - 25 * Ring Back - 26 * Busy Signal - 27 * * The freq values are calculated as: * freq = cos(2 * PI * frequency / 8000) * * The most commonly needed values are already calculated and listed in the * enum IXJ_TONE_FREQ. Each tone index can have two frequencies with * different gains, if you are only using a single frequency set the unused * one to 0. * * The gain values range from 0 to 15 indicating +6dB to -24dB in 2dB * increments. * ******************************************************************************/ typedef enum { hz20 = 0x7ffa, hz50 = 0x7fe5, hz133 = 0x7f4c, hz200 = 0x7e6b, hz261 = 0x7d50, /* .63 C1 */ hz277 = 0x7cfa, /* .18 CS1 */ hz293 = 0x7c9f, /* .66 D1 */ hz300 = 0x7c75, hz311 = 0x7c32, /* .13 DS1 */ hz329 = 0x7bbf, /* .63 E1 */ hz330 = 0x7bb8, hz340 = 0x7b75, hz349 = 0x7b37, /* .23 F1 */ hz350 = 0x7b30, hz360 = 0x7ae9, hz369 = 0x7aa8, /* .99 FS1 */ hz380 = 0x7a56, hz392 = 0x79fa, /* .00 G1 */ hz400 = 0x79bb, hz415 = 0x7941, /* .30 GS1 */ hz420 = 0x7918, hz425 = 0x78ee, hz435 = 0x7899, hz440 = 0x786d, /* .00 A1 */ hz445 = 0x7842, hz450 = 0x7815, hz452 = 0x7803, hz466 = 0x7784, /* .16 AS1 */ hz475 = 0x7731, hz480 = 0x7701, hz493 = 0x7685, /* .88 B1 */ hz494 = 0x767b, hz500 = 0x7640, hz520 = 0x7578, hz523 = 0x7559, /* .25 C2 */ hz525 = 0x7544, hz540 = 0x74a7, hz554 = 0x7411, /* .37 CS2 */ hz587 = 0x72a1, /* .33 D2 */ hz590 = 0x727f, hz600 = 0x720b, hz620 = 0x711e, hz622 = 0x7106, /* .25 DS2 */ hz659 = 0x6f3b, /* .26 E2 */ hz660 = 0x6f2e, hz698 = 0x6d3d, /* .46 F2 */ hz700 = 0x6d22, hz739 = 0x6b09, /* .99 FS2 */ hz740 = 0x6afa, hz750 = 0x6a6c, hz770 = 0x694b, hz783 = 0x688b, /* .99 G2 */ hz800 = 0x678d, hz816 = 0x6698, hz830 = 0x65bf, /* .61 GS2 */ hz850 = 0x6484, hz857 = 0x6414, hz880 = 0x629f, /* .00 A2 */ hz900 = 0x6154, hz932 = 0x5f35, /* .33 AS2 */ hz935 = 0x5f01, hz941 = 0x5e9a, hz942 = 0x5e88, hz950 = 0x5dfd, hz975 = 0x5c44, hz1000 = 0x5a81, hz1020 = 0x5912, hz1050 = 0x56e2, hz1100 = 0x5320, hz1140 = 0x5007, hz1200 = 0x4b3b, hz1209 = 0x4a80, hz1215 = 0x4a02, hz1250 = 0x471c, hz1300 = 0x42e0, hz1330 = 0x4049, hz1336 = 0x3fc4, hz1366 = 0x3d22, hz1380 = 0x3be4, hz1400 = 0x3a1b, hz1450 = 0x3596, hz1477 = 0x331c, hz1500 = 0x30fb, hz1600 = 0x278d, hz1633 = 0x2462, hz1638 = 0x23e7, hz1645 = 0x233a, hz1750 = 0x18f8, hz1800 = 0x1405, hz1860 = 0xe0b, hz2100 = 0xf5f6, hz2130 = 0xf2f5, hz2450 = 0xd3b3, hz2750 = 0xb8e4 } IXJ_FREQ; typedef enum { C1 = hz261, CS1 = hz277, D1 = hz293, DS1 = hz311, E1 = hz329, F1 = hz349, FS1 = hz369, G1 = hz392, GS1 = hz415, A1 = hz440, AS1 = hz466, B1 = hz493, C2 = hz523, CS2 = hz554, D2 = hz587, DS2 = hz622, E2 = hz659, F2 = hz698, FS2 = hz739, G2 = hz783, GS2 = hz830, A2 = hz880, AS2 = hz932, } IXJ_NOTE; typedef struct { int tone_index; int freq0; int gain0; int freq1; int gain1; } IXJ_TONE; #define IXJCTL_INIT_TONE _IOW ('q', 0xC9, IXJ_TONE *) /****************************************************************************** * * The IXJCTL_TONE_CADENCE ioctl defines tone sequences used for various * Call Progress Tones (CPT). This is accomplished by setting up an array of * IXJ_CADENCE_ELEMENT structures that sequentially define the states of * the tone sequence. The tone_on_time and tone_off time are in * 250 microsecond intervals. A pointer to this array is passed to the * driver as the ce element of an IXJ_CADENCE structure. The elements_used * must be set to the number of IXJ_CADENCE_ELEMENTS in the array. The * termination variable defines what to do at the end of a cadence, the * options are to play the cadence once and stop, to repeat the last * element of the cadence indefinitely, or to repeat the entire cadence * indefinitely. The ce variable is a pointer to the array of IXJ_TONE * structures. If the freq0 variable is non-zero, the tone table contents * for the tone_index are updated to the frequencies and gains defined. It * should be noted that DTMF tones cannot be reassigned, so if DTMF tone * table indexs are used in a cadence the frequency and gain variables will * be ignored. * * If the array elements contain frequency parameters the driver will * initialize the needed tone table elements and begin playing the tone, * there is no preset limit on the number of elements in the cadence. If * there is more than one frequency used in the cadence, sequential elements * of different frequencies MUST use different tone table indexes. Only one * cadence can be played at a time. It is possible to build complex * cadences with multiple frequencies using 2 tone table indexes by * alternating between them. * ******************************************************************************/ typedef struct { int index; int tone_on_time; int tone_off_time; int freq0; int gain0; int freq1; int gain1; } IXJ_CADENCE_ELEMENT; typedef enum { PLAY_ONCE, REPEAT_LAST_ELEMENT, REPEAT_ALL } IXJ_CADENCE_TERM; typedef struct { int elements_used; IXJ_CADENCE_TERM termination; IXJ_CADENCE_ELEMENT *ce; } IXJ_CADENCE; #define IXJCTL_TONE_CADENCE _IOW ('q', 0xCA, IXJ_CADENCE *) /****************************************************************************** * * This group of IOCTLs deal with the playback settings of the DSP * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_PLAY_CODEC PHONE_PLAY_CODEC #define IXJCTL_PLAY_START PHONE_PLAY_START #define IXJCTL_PLAY_STOP PHONE_PLAY_STOP #define IXJCTL_PLAY_DEPTH PHONE_PLAY_DEPTH #define IXJCTL_PLAY_VOLUME PHONE_PLAY_VOLUME #define IXJCTL_PLAY_LEVEL PHONE_PLAY_LEVEL /****************************************************************************** * * This group of IOCTLs deal with the Acoustic Echo Cancellation settings * of the DSP * * Issuing the IXJCTL_AEC_START command with a value of AEC_OFF has the * same effect as IXJCTL_AEC_STOP. This is to simplify slider bar * controls. IXJCTL_AEC_GET_LEVEL returns the current setting of the AEC. ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_AEC_START _IOW ('q', 0xCB, int) #define IXJCTL_AEC_STOP _IO ('q', 0xCC) #define IXJCTL_AEC_GET_LEVEL _IO ('q', 0xCD) #define AEC_OFF 0 #define AEC_LOW 1 #define AEC_MED 2 #define AEC_HIGH 3 #define AEC_AUTO 4 #define AEC_AGC 5 /****************************************************************************** * * Call Progress Tones, DTMF, etc. * IXJCTL_DTMF_OOB determines if DTMF signaling is sent as Out-Of-Band * only. If you pass a 1, DTMF is suppressed from the audio stream. * Tone on and off times are in 250 microsecond intervals so * ioctl(ixj1, IXJCTL_SET_TONE_ON_TIME, 360); * will set the tone on time of board ixj1 to 360 * 250us = 90ms * the default values of tone on and off times is 840 or 210ms ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_DTMF_READY PHONE_DTMF_READY #define IXJCTL_GET_DTMF PHONE_GET_DTMF #define IXJCTL_GET_DTMF_ASCII PHONE_GET_DTMF_ASCII #define IXJCTL_DTMF_OOB PHONE_DTMF_OOB #define IXJCTL_EXCEPTION PHONE_EXCEPTION #define IXJCTL_PLAY_TONE PHONE_PLAY_TONE #define IXJCTL_SET_TONE_ON_TIME PHONE_SET_TONE_ON_TIME #define IXJCTL_SET_TONE_OFF_TIME PHONE_SET_TONE_OFF_TIME #define IXJCTL_GET_TONE_ON_TIME PHONE_GET_TONE_ON_TIME #define IXJCTL_GET_TONE_OFF_TIME PHONE_GET_TONE_OFF_TIME #define IXJCTL_GET_TONE_STATE PHONE_GET_TONE_STATE #define IXJCTL_BUSY PHONE_BUSY #define IXJCTL_RINGBACK PHONE_RINGBACK #define IXJCTL_DIALTONE PHONE_DIALTONE #define IXJCTL_CPT_STOP PHONE_CPT_STOP /****************************************************************************** * LineJACK specific IOCTLs * * The lsb 4 bits of the LED argument represent the state of each of the 4 * LED's on the LineJACK ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_SET_LED _IOW ('q', 0xCE, int) #define IXJCTL_MIXER _IOW ('q', 0xCF, int) /****************************************************************************** * * The master volume controls use attenuation with 32 levels from 0 to -62dB * with steps of 2dB each, the defines should be OR'ed together then sent * as the parameter to the mixer command to change the mixer settings. * ******************************************************************************/ #define MIXER_MASTER_L 0x0000 #define MIXER_MASTER_R 0x0100 #define ATT00DB 0x00 #define ATT02DB 0x01 #define ATT04DB 0x02 #define ATT06DB 0x03 #define ATT08DB 0x04 #define ATT10DB 0x05 #define ATT12DB 0x06 #define ATT14DB 0x07 #define ATT16DB 0x08 #define ATT18DB 0x09 #define ATT20DB 0x0A #define ATT22DB 0x0B #define ATT24DB 0x0C #define ATT26DB 0x0D #define ATT28DB 0x0E #define ATT30DB 0x0F #define ATT32DB 0x10 #define ATT34DB 0x11 #define ATT36DB 0x12 #define ATT38DB 0x13 #define ATT40DB 0x14 #define ATT42DB 0x15 #define ATT44DB 0x16 #define ATT46DB 0x17 #define ATT48DB 0x18 #define ATT50DB 0x19 #define ATT52DB 0x1A #define ATT54DB 0x1B #define ATT56DB 0x1C #define ATT58DB 0x1D #define ATT60DB 0x1E #define ATT62DB 0x1F #define MASTER_MUTE 0x80 /****************************************************************************** * * The input volume controls use gain with 32 levels from +12dB to -50dB * with steps of 2dB each, the defines should be OR'ed together then sent * as the parameter to the mixer command to change the mixer settings. * ******************************************************************************/ #define MIXER_PORT_CD_L 0x0600 #define MIXER_PORT_CD_R 0x0700 #define MIXER_PORT_LINE_IN_L 0x0800 #define MIXER_PORT_LINE_IN_R 0x0900 #define MIXER_PORT_POTS_REC 0x0C00 #define MIXER_PORT_MIC 0x0E00 #define GAIN12DB 0x00 #define GAIN10DB 0x01 #define GAIN08DB 0x02 #define GAIN06DB 0x03 #define GAIN04DB 0x04 #define GAIN02DB 0x05 #define GAIN00DB 0x06 #define GAIN_02DB 0x07 #define GAIN_04DB 0x08 #define GAIN_06DB 0x09 #define GAIN_08DB 0x0A #define GAIN_10DB 0x0B #define GAIN_12DB 0x0C #define GAIN_14DB 0x0D #define GAIN_16DB 0x0E #define GAIN_18DB 0x0F #define GAIN_20DB 0x10 #define GAIN_22DB 0x11 #define GAIN_24DB 0x12 #define GAIN_26DB 0x13 #define GAIN_28DB 0x14 #define GAIN_30DB 0x15 #define GAIN_32DB 0x16 #define GAIN_34DB 0x17 #define GAIN_36DB 0x18 #define GAIN_38DB 0x19 #define GAIN_40DB 0x1A #define GAIN_42DB 0x1B #define GAIN_44DB 0x1C #define GAIN_46DB 0x1D #define GAIN_48DB 0x1E #define GAIN_50DB 0x1F #define INPUT_MUTE 0x80 /****************************************************************************** * * The POTS volume control use attenuation with 8 levels from 0dB to -28dB * with steps of 4dB each, the defines should be OR'ed together then sent * as the parameter to the mixer command to change the mixer settings. * ******************************************************************************/ #define MIXER_PORT_POTS_PLAY 0x0F00 #define POTS_ATT_00DB 0x00 #define POTS_ATT_04DB 0x01 #define POTS_ATT_08DB 0x02 #define POTS_ATT_12DB 0x03 #define POTS_ATT_16DB 0x04 #define POTS_ATT_20DB 0x05 #define POTS_ATT_24DB 0x06 #define POTS_ATT_28DB 0x07 #define POTS_MUTE 0x80 /****************************************************************************** * * The DAA controls the interface to the PSTN port. The driver loads the * US coefficients by default, so if you live in a different country you * need to load the set for your countries phone system. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_DAA_COEFF_SET _IOW ('q', 0xD0, int) #define DAA_US 1 /*PITA 8kHz */ #define DAA_UK 2 /*ISAR34 8kHz */ #define DAA_FRANCE 3 /* */ #define DAA_GERMANY 4 #define DAA_AUSTRALIA 5 #define DAA_JAPAN 6 /****************************************************************************** * * Use IXJCTL_PORT to set or query the port the card is set to. If the * argument is set to PORT_QUERY, the return value of the ioctl will * indicate which port is currently in use, otherwise it will change the * port. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_PORT _IOW ('q', 0xD1, int) #define PORT_QUERY 0 #define PORT_POTS 1 #define PORT_PSTN 2 #define PORT_SPEAKER 3 #define PORT_HANDSET 4 #define IXJCTL_PSTN_SET_STATE PHONE_PSTN_SET_STATE #define IXJCTL_PSTN_GET_STATE PHONE_PSTN_GET_STATE #define PSTN_ON_HOOK 0 #define PSTN_RINGING 1 #define PSTN_OFF_HOOK 2 #define PSTN_PULSE_DIAL 3 /****************************************************************************** * * The DAA Analog GAIN sets 2 parameters at one time, the receive gain (AGRR), * and the transmit gain (AGX). OR together the components and pass them * as the parameter to IXJCTL_DAA_AGAIN. The default setting is both at 0dB. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_DAA_AGAIN _IOW ('q', 0xD2, int) #define AGRR00DB 0x00 /* Analog gain in receive direction 0dB */ #define AGRR3_5DB 0x10 /* Analog gain in receive direction 3.5dB */ #define AGRR06DB 0x30 /* Analog gain in receive direction 6dB */ #define AGX00DB 0x00 /* Analog gain in transmit direction 0dB */ #define AGX_6DB 0x04 /* Analog gain in transmit direction -6dB */ #define AGX3_5DB 0x08 /* Analog gain in transmit direction 3.5dB */ #define AGX_2_5B 0x0C /* Analog gain in transmit direction -2.5dB */ #define IXJCTL_PSTN_LINETEST _IO ('q', 0xD3) #define IXJCTL_CID _IOR ('q', 0xD4, PHONE_CID *) #define IXJCTL_VMWI _IOR ('q', 0xD8, int) #define IXJCTL_CIDCW _IOW ('q', 0xD9, PHONE_CID *) /****************************************************************************** * * The wink duration is tunable with this ioctl. The default wink duration * is 320ms. You do not need to use this ioctl if you do not require a * different wink duration. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_WINK_DURATION PHONE_WINK_DURATION /****************************************************************************** * * This ioctl will connect the POTS port to the PSTN port on the LineJACK * In order for this to work properly the port selection should be set to * the PSTN port with IXJCTL_PORT prior to calling this ioctl. This will * enable conference calls between PSTN callers and network callers. * Passing a 1 to this ioctl enables the POTS<->PSTN connection while * passing a 0 turns it back off. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_POTS_PSTN _IOW ('q', 0xD5, int) /****************************************************************************** * * IOCTLs added by request. * * IXJCTL_HZ sets the value your Linux kernel uses for HZ as defined in * /usr/include/asm/param.h, this determines the fundamental * frequency of the clock ticks on your Linux system. The kernel * must be rebuilt if you change this value, also all modules you * use (except this one) must be recompiled. The default value * is 100, and you only need to use this IOCTL if you use some * other value. * * * IXJCTL_RATE sets the number of times per second that the driver polls * the DSP. This value cannot be larger than HZ. By * increasing both of these values, you may be able to reduce * latency because the max hang time that can exist between the * driver and the DSP will be reduced. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_HZ _IOW ('q', 0xE0, int) #define IXJCTL_RATE _IOW ('q', 0xE1, int) #define IXJCTL_FRAMES_READ _IOR ('q', 0xE2, unsigned long) #define IXJCTL_FRAMES_WRITTEN _IOR ('q', 0xE3, unsigned long) #define IXJCTL_READ_WAIT _IOR ('q', 0xE4, unsigned long) #define IXJCTL_WRITE_WAIT _IOR ('q', 0xE5, unsigned long) #define IXJCTL_DRYBUFFER_READ _IOR ('q', 0xE6, unsigned long) #define IXJCTL_DRYBUFFER_CLEAR _IO ('q', 0xE7) #define IXJCTL_DTMF_PRESCALE _IOW ('q', 0xE8, int) /****************************************************************************** * * This ioctl allows the user application to control what events the driver * will send signals for, and what signals it will send for which event. * By default, if signaling is enabled, all events will send SIGIO when * they occur. To disable signals for an event set the signal to 0. * ******************************************************************************/ typedef enum { SIG_DTMF_READY, SIG_HOOKSTATE, SIG_FLASH, SIG_PSTN_RING, SIG_CALLER_ID, SIG_PSTN_WINK, SIG_F0, SIG_F1, SIG_F2, SIG_F3, SIG_FC0, SIG_FC1, SIG_FC2, SIG_FC3, SIG_READ_READY = 33, SIG_WRITE_READY = 34 } IXJ_SIGEVENT; typedef struct { unsigned int event; int signal; } IXJ_SIGDEF; #define IXJCTL_SIGCTL _IOW ('q', 0xE9, IXJ_SIGDEF *) /****************************************************************************** * * These ioctls allow the user application to change the gain in the * Smart Cable of the Internet Phone Card. Sending -1 as a value will cause * return value to be the current setting. Valid values to set are 0x00 - 0x1F * * 11111 = +12 dB * 10111 = 0 dB * 00000 = -34.5 dB * * IXJCTL_SC_RXG sets the Receive gain * IXJCTL_SC_TXG sets the Transmit gain * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_SC_RXG _IOW ('q', 0xEA, int) #define IXJCTL_SC_TXG _IOW ('q', 0xEB, int) /****************************************************************************** * * The intercom IOCTL's short the output from one card to the input of the * other and vice versa (actually done in the DSP read function). It is only * necessary to execute the IOCTL on one card, but it is necessary to have * both devices open to be able to detect hook switch changes. The record * codec and rate of each card must match the playback codec and rate of * the other card for this to work properly. * ******************************************************************************/ #define IXJCTL_INTERCOM_START _IOW ('q', 0xFD, int) #define IXJCTL_INTERCOM_STOP _IOW ('q', 0xFE, int) /****************************************************************************** * * new structure for accessing raw filter information * ******************************************************************************/ typedef struct { unsigned int filter; char enable; unsigned int coeff[19]; } IXJ_FILTER_RAW; #endif