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What's the difference between Generic Time-Division Duplexing Controller and TDD core built for AD9361?

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Hello,

Greeting!

I found there are two Time Division Duplexing core: one is called Generic Time-Division Duplexing Controller and the other is TDD core built for AD9361. They are very similar. I think their difference is that Generic TDD has more output channels, right? I found there are two figs to instruct their principle:

Generic TDD:


TDD for AD9361:

So, I would like to ask if the TCH0 is equal to TVCO. Similarly, TCH1 is equal to TRF and TCH2 is equal to TDP?
Could you give some guidance?

Thanks,

Dongyu

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    •  Analog Employees 
    Mar 8, 2024 +1 verified

    Hi  ,

    = Regarding your first question, yes you are right that the generic TDD controller can have up to 32 independent output channels while the AD9361 has 2 independently controlled Receiver channels…