AD9363 chip Analog-to-Digital Converter, ADALM Pluto IIO Devices and Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI) in AD9363 chip

Travis, I have questions to clarify with you about the possible methods of reading the Power level(dBm) of the received signal in ADALM Pluto. My first question I would like to clarify with you is about the Analog-to-Digital Converter(ADC) in the AD9363 chip. Is it possible to tap into the output of the ADC through the pins in the AD9363 chip to read/see the Power Level(dBm) of the received signal since the output of the ADC is at the baseband digitization stage?

Since Pluto has an IIO device for the ADC called "xadc", this would be my second question. Can the xadc read the Power Level(dBm) of the received signal at the output of the ADC since the output of the ADC is at the baseband digitization stage? If this can be done, what are the commands that I can use to read it?

Thirdly, can I used the Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI) to connect to the Auxiliary ADC(AUXADC) in the AD9363 chip to read the Power Level(dBm) at the ADC output? In the datasheet for the AD9363 chip, it mentions that SPI reads provide the last value latched at the ADC output. Therefore, I am thinking of using this method to read the Power Level(dBm) of the received signal at the output of the ADC through using the SPI reads. The datasheet also mentions that the AUXADC monitors system functions such as power output. Since it mentions that it monitors power output, can it be used to monitor the power level (dBm) of the received signal at the output of the ADC? If these 2 things can be done, what are the procedures to get me started?

Lastly, can I use the SPI to read the power level(dBm) of the received signal from the baseband processor(Xilinx Zynq SoC in ADALM Pluto) since AD9363 uses SPI to communicate with the baseband processor? If so, how do I use this method?

Thank you.