What are the pin numbers of CTRL_IN2 and CTRL_IN3 ?
The AD9361 datasheet is inconsistent with itself. Fig 2 disagrees with Table 13.
The Ettus B210 schematics are different from the AD-FMCOMMS-EBZ schematics.
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Figure 2 is to be used to determine individual pin name/function.
Table 13 groups pins by function and describes their function. Pin designators and pin mnemonics in this table are not meant to be mapped directly.
This pinout discrepancy is also in the schematic symbol I downloaded from the website.
This is the AD9361BBCZ.bxl file . I used UltraLibrarian to extract to orcad. Fortunately, another engineer here (more alert than I apparently) checked the schematic pinout against the datasheet and found this discrepancy.
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I have a customer who just reported this issue as well. If it's correct that pin designators and pin mneumonics are not meant to be mapped directly (within Table 13), I think it is not reasonable to expect that this wouldn't be a reader's inference - particularly in a case such as those pins grouped as "CTRL_IN0 to CTRL_IN3" where the pin designators are not listed in alphabetical order, as if intentionally skewed to map to the pin mneumonics. Or in another case it is the pin mneumonics that are skewed as if to match the pin designators. So it really looks like a mistake - perhaps an insufficient attempt to make them map - that should be fixed.
But, regardless and meanwhile, are we still standing behind the pin listing in Figure 2 per datasheet revision E, current at this posting? I would appreciate the re-confirmation about that.
Pardon, it appears that Rev E has the consistency of mapping from pin assignments to mnemonics in the above mentioned issue. The conflict was in an older datasheet revision. Presumably this issue was considered and we now support this mapping consistently from here forward...
The issue is corrected. Please use the latest revision documentation.
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