I have designed the ADAU1702 into an engineering breadboard, using the MINIB eval board as the basis. I've replicated the circuitry as exactly as possible, but cannot get communications working with SigmaStudio via the ADUSB2Z adaptor board... yet when

I have designed the ADAU1702 into an engineering breadboard, using the MINIB eval board as the basis of the design. I've replicated the circuitry as exactly as possible, but cannot get communications working with SigmaStudio via the ADUSB2Z adaptor board... yet when I plug into a genuine ADI eval board, it works fine. I'm wondering about the use of pin 2 on J8 of the mini eval board... it appears to have the label 'USB_CLK', but there is no other signal with that name in the schematic.... yet the ADUSB2Z adaptor board appears to make a connection to this pin via the flat cable. Can you tell me what this signal is, and whether it is essential for communications?

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    •  Super User 
    on May 31, 2016 2:49 AM

         Hello,

         It may not matter, but I did notice a difference in reset circuits for the two boards.  The 1701MINIZ board processes the /RESET from the USBi through the ADM811 (into pin 3 and out pin 2):

         Your prototype board directly parallels the ADM811 output (pin 2) with the USBi /RESET (header pin 6).  Since both these signals are negative logic the difference appears inconsequential -- yet perhaps running the USBi /RESET through the ADM811 provides a cleaner reset to the -1701.

         Best regards,

         Bob

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    •  Super User 
    on May 31, 2016 2:49 AM

         Hello,

         It may not matter, but I did notice a difference in reset circuits for the two boards.  The 1701MINIZ board processes the /RESET from the USBi through the ADM811 (into pin 3 and out pin 2):

         Your prototype board directly parallels the ADM811 output (pin 2) with the USBi /RESET (header pin 6).  Since both these signals are negative logic the difference appears inconsequential -- yet perhaps running the USBi /RESET through the ADM811 provides a cleaner reset to the -1701.

         Best regards,

         Bob

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