In function MYKONOS_enableTxNco, some TX-gains are defined by directly writing to the registers
MYKONOS_ADDR_TX1_GAIN_0, MYKONOS_ADDR_TX1_GAIN_1, MYKONOS_ADDR_TX1_GAIN_2, MYKONOS_ADDR_TX2_GAIN_0, MYKONOS_ADDR_TX2_GAIN_1, MYKONOS_ADDR_TX2_GAIN_2.
In some other discussion (https://ez.analog.com/message/328348-re-ad9375-register-map), it was explained to us that register map is not provided and API is better. How can I know what are these registers? I could not find any other function using these registers, whereas attenuation registers are accessible (e.g. MYKONOS_ADDR_TX1_ATTENUATION, used by MYKONOS_setTx1Attenuation). Are the gain registers only used by the NCO?
How can we control the gain? According to the User Guide, gain exists only for the receive path?
Xilinx ZC706 and an ADRV9371
hdl-2017_r1, Vivdao 2016.4, SDK 2017.4