AD2428 - A2B discovery mechanism

HI,

I am using AD2428 Analog device , in that i am trying to make discovery for a2b node.

Now the question is, do we really need to make i2s/DMA is up or only I2C communication is enough to do a simple discovery? 

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 15, 2021 6:47 AM

    Hi Karthik,

    A2B transceiver requires a valid sync to lock its PLL, so to discover the system both the I2C, I2S/DMA port of Host should be enabled.

    After transceiver powered up, the Host should provide the valid SYNC (the input clock to a master-enabled transceiver's PLL) and use I2C port to program the nodes. So the valid SYNC is required for the transceiver to lock its PLL.
    Once transceiver powered, the ADR1/IO1 and ADR2/IO2 pins are latched to determine the I2C device address when the transceiver transitions to the POWER-UP state, and the transceiver is I2Cdevice accessible no more than 2.5 ms later.
    The A2B HOST should provide the valid sync and configure the node as master by setting A2B_CONTROL.MSTR bit,then the master transceiver locks its PLL to the received SYNC signal.

    Please refer the section "System Bring-Up and Discovery" for more details to understand the Master and Slave bring up and operations, also please refer the section "Simple Discovery Flow" to understand how to initialize and discover the A2B system .

    Regards,
    Dinesh

  • Hi Dinesh, Thanks for your response. This one is really helpful info for our validation.