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Does an AD9837 need an MCLK i/p to be programmed?

Question asked by fossil on Feb 14, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 15, 2016 by fossil

This may apply to DDSs in general, but we're going to use two AD9837's driven by a common 16 MHz clock but set up to produce a quadrature output at 4 MHz. The MCLK  is not always present. Can the part be programmed when no MCLK is present? The same SCLK is always present on both parts.

Thank you

Bob

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