Poorya said:Is SPI#2 necessary for reading GainIndex of RX1 and RX2 receivers in ADRV9008-1? Does following function reads GainIndex through SPI#1 except SPI#2?
SPI2 port is not necessary to get the Rx GAIN using "TALISE_getRxGain(taliseDevice_t …
There are 2 deframers , each deframer require one SYNCOUT. If you are using both deframers you need 2 SYNCOUT signals.
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My customer wants to perform multichip synchronization in a system with multiple ADRV9008-1s.
How long does the synchronizaion last if multiple ADRV9008-1s are properly synchronized at initializaion ?
Do the LVDS inputs on the ADRV9008-1, such as SYNCIN, have internal fail safe circuits?