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LVDS mode and Half Duplex Mode

Question asked by apedrick on Sep 13, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 16, 2014 by tlili

We have designed a custom board with a Xilinx Zynq FPGA and AD9361 on it for our wireless application. We have used the Analog Devices FMCOMMS-2 board in combination with the Zed-Board as our reference design.  I have integrated the NO-OS API in the low level SW design and can successfully initialize our board and the AD9361 using our custom SW. I am currently using the AD9361 in FDD mode, LVDS interface and 1T1R mode.  I can successfully generate a CW tone with the FPGA and our custom DDS core.  The data interface is LVDS and I am using the LVDS timing diagram on page 110 of UG-570 in 1R1T mode to drive the Transmit data interface.

 

We will want to eventually use this board in a TDD mode application, use pin-mode, and ‘dual synthesizer mode’ disabled to have the best isolation.

 

If I set the initial parameters frequency_division_duplex_mode_enable= 0 and tdd_use_dual_synth_mode_enable = 0, I can see the driver force Bit-3 of the Parallel-Port-Config-3 register to 1.

Questions:

 

  1. 1) When in LVDS mode, and Bit-3 of register 0x12 set, does the data interface change? (UG-671 does not address this).
  2. 2) If the Data interface does look different with this bit set, can you explain what changes?
  3. 3) Is it OK to manually clear this bit and run the AD9361 in full duplex mode but with dual-synthesizer mode disabled (while in TDD)?

 

Thanks.

Allen

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