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TX_FRAME configuration needed?

Question asked by BrianE Employee on Jun 26, 2017
Latest reply on Jul 10, 2017 by sripad

   It appears from initial testing that the TX_FRAME signal received by AD936x (x={1,4,5}) from a BBP does not need to be configured, and the part will detect and respond appropriately whether the TX_FRAME signal provided by the BPP is either of the supported types (per UG-570) - "a single high transition at the beginning of a burst that stays high throughout the burst" or "a pulse train that has a rising edge at the beginning of each frame (50% duty cycle)".  Those descriptions could use a little clearer delineation, I think; anyway...

   Can someone confirm that this is true? - i.e., that there is no programming required to tell AD936x what format for TX_FRAME the BPP will provide?