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Loading custom profile for ADRV9008-2 and ADRV9008-1

Hello ADI Team

I am trying to configure ADRV9008-1 and ADRV9008-2 using Linux. I followed the steps that were provided in https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/user-guides/adrv9002/quickstart/zynqmp  and created images for ADRV9008-1 and ADRV9008-2. Now, I  need to load custom profile generated using ADI tool so that I can configure the parameters of Transceivers during Run Time. I have observed that custom profile can be loaded in run time using IIO Oscilloscope. How can I enable this IIO Oscilloscope feature in the custom image that is created so that I can load the profile.

Also, can I load the profile while booting using UART console.

I am an amateur in Linux Domain. Any help in this regard would be highly appreciated.

Thanks

Deepika

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  • How can I enable this IIO Oscilloscope feature in the custom image that is created so that I can load the profile.

    You can load a profile via the sysfs API or by using libiio - please see…

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  • Hello Michael

    Thanks for your response.

    As suggested above in https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/iio-transceiver/adrv9009#profiles, if I want to load the profile, where should the profile.txt file be saved so that the values shall be updated. Let me elaborate the steps that I followed while building the project using Petalinux : 

    1. The corresponding .hdf file for ADRV9009 was used to configure the Peralinux project created.

    2. The meta-adi-core and meta-adi-xilinx files were added in Yocto Layers on configuration window.

    3. The zynqmp-zcu102-rev10-adrv9009-jesd204-fsm.dts was displayed in petalinuxbsp.conf file.

    4. petalinux-build was performed.

    The ambiguity is, among all these steps where should I add my profile or if I want to load profile in profile_config using : root@analog:/sys/bus/iio/devices/iio:device3# cat Tx_BW200_IR245p76_Rx_BW200_OR245p76_ORx_BW200_OR245p76_DC245p76.txt > profile_config

    where should the .txt file be saved.

    The doubt sounds insane, but requesting your guidance in resolving this doubt.

    Thanks in advance

    Deepika

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