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ADRV9002 MCS sampling edge

Category: Datasheet/Specs
Product Number: ADRV9002

Hi,

In UG-1828 (PrC), it is written "MCS pulse signal will be sampled internally by ADRV9001 by the DEV_CLK signal rising or falling edge.". Does it mean the MCS signal is sampled on both clock edges or only one of them? If only one, how to know the one that will be used, and is there a way to change it?

BR

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  • Hi BR,

    There is no way to select the rising or falling Dev_clk edge that is used to sample the MSC pulse. I believe this is a typo and should be just the rising clock edge. All the parts use the same edge so this shouldn't cause any issues with timing or synchronization. The only thing you need to make sure is that you have the adequate timing for the Setup and Hold times.

    Regards

  • Thank you Ruairi.

    For the records, the same reference is also made in another sentence of the MCS chapter: "The MCS signal is generated by the external clock chip (for example, AD9528) using device clock DEV_CLK and captured by each ADRV900x device using negative or positive edge of DEV_CLK to meet setup and hold time with good margins."

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  • Thank you Ruairi.

    For the records, the same reference is also made in another sentence of the MCS chapter: "The MCS signal is generated by the external clock chip (for example, AD9528) using device clock DEV_CLK and captured by each ADRV900x device using negative or positive edge of DEV_CLK to meet setup and hold time with good margins."

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