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- ad9695 Boot.bin, devicetree, zynqmp common ...
- zcu102 with ad9695-625
- hardware setup, and software settings, per ad9695_fmc example wiki documentation
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when I boot this I can talk to the SPI and see the iio interface but I don't get any data when using iio_scope, obviously because the device is overclocked.
to change the clocks I used/calculated the relationships to the lane rate and selected a mid range lane rate for the 625MSPS board. I verified the synchrona can output these frequencies:
- SYSREF: 1.5625 MHZ (Lane Rate/256)
- REFCLK: 100MHz (Lane Rate/40)
- DEVICECLK: 100MHz (Lane Rate/40)
- ADCCLK: 400MHz (Lane Rate/10)
- JESD204B Lane Rate: 4Gbps
I searched the decompiled device tree and found entries matching the old clock numbers in these locations:
|X22||ADC_SYSREF||4D7C6D||5078125||clk 2 and spi|
|setting in spi interface||ADCCLK||4D7C6D00||1300000000||spi sample rate|
I changed these to the new clock frequencies accordingly
I went through the HDL documentation and scrips to change the JESD transceiver clocks to reflect these new values
when this didnt work I also changed the constraints files clock rates system clock period to 10ns and spi1.0 clock rate to 130ns (though I changed the spi clock after failure)
all of this leads to a failure to set up the spi interface. I have attached original vs new: tcl scripts, device trees, and system boot text. can anyone tell me what Im missing or what Im doing wrong?