In ADAU1450, Do we require seperate clock domains (LRCLK and BCLK) for each Serial data input and output?
No you do not. If they are all coming from the same clock domain then you can simply run one set of clocks into one of the serial ports and have the other serial ports slave to that clock domain. If they are coming from different sources then you will have to run the clocks for each port. All of the sources will have to be running off of the same master clock.
There is one small bug that shows up if you are being the clock master. If you set one port, let's say port 0, as a master and send those clocks to another device. Then you are also sending serial data to the same device using port 1. So you select to slave from port 0. The result is that port 1 will have no LRCLK. The work-around is to just set port 1 also as a master since they are using the same clock anyway. You do not need to actually use the signals on the pins but this makes the internal connection for the shift registers. You can even still use the LRCLK as GPIO.
There is one other detail. If you are slaving from one device and you have serial input AND output ports going to and from the device. You will have to run the LRCLK and BCLK to one port on the input side and one port on the output side. There is no internal connection to slave an output port from an input port or the other way around.
Thanks for the response.
Now I got it. We need individual LRCLK and BCLK only if the clocking domains are different else we can use any of the LRCLK_IN and BCLK_IN for SDATA_IN
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