So I have the CN0409 and the ADICUP360 in front of me right now. I have followed the user guide here (https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/user-guides/eval-adicup360/reference_designs/demo_cn0409) in setting up both the hardware and software.
Confirm that the switches (S1-S4) are configured 1,0,1,0. Having the jumpers set at J3 and J4 is the correct value. After you drag and drop the cn0409.bin file on the "DEBUG" usb, you'll want to disconnect and re-attach it to the "USER" usb port. Find the COM port that the "USER" usb is attached to in your system device manager. Below is a picture of mine.
Once that location is known, use Putty or Tera Term, and set up the serial settings as outlined on the user guide (https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/user-guides/eval-adicup360/reference_designs/demo_cn0409#outputting_data) And then hit the RESET button on the ADICUP360 (next to the USER usb).
This should get everything working. If this doesn't work please let me know and we can debug further.
There are some issues that could be happening here:
1. Try having both micro USBs connected (the DEBUG and the USER ones).
2. I believe there are some issues with the mbed driver and the first stage bootloader of the 360 board. The workaround for them is to make sure that the board is connected to the computer before starting CrossCore. Try restarting the computer with the board connected.
3. The boards might have some incompatibilities with some docking stations. Make sure to connect to a direct port of the computer if you can.
Let me know if you still have issues.
What settings are you using for the serial terminal? I noticed an error in the wiki page describing a wrong setting for the serial terminal.
The correct settings for this project are Baudrate: 9600 and 2 stopbits, with 8 bits in the data word. They are correctly described in the wiki page. Maybe this is the issue?
Let me know if it's fixed.