I am trying to do a custom configuration using CMOS SSI in TES software, Valid is green. But in the tab "RX Overview" and "TX Overview" Dataport SSI Mode is LVDS. Is the SSI interface CMOS or LVDS?
Hi again Slawek,
Apologies for the delay, I'm doing a bit of experimenting with my own SW installation so it's taking me time to get around to confirming the behavior you see on your setup.
What I would recommend for your second query is to try and generate code from your TES as it is and then inspect it. We have a written guide for producing C99 code on this forum:
You can then read through the main.c and the initialize.c files to confirm that the custom setup you programmed has indeed been generated. If not then I will get back to you again after my experimentation is complete. All being well I should be done in less than 2 days.
I hope this helps!
I've just finished some experimentation with TES in its offline mode. The good news is that you can still generate sample code for your configuration in exactly the same fashion as you would if you had a device connected. Note: You must still connect to and program the device while in offline mode. Even when there is no device connected you must press the "Connect" button and the "Program" button before generating your sample code.
If you follow the written guide I highlighted in my previous response exactly you should be fine! The generated code will have very slight differences compared to the same setup in online mode (with a real device), but most differences are due to calibration values and timing values that need to be measured for the final setup regardless, so they are only minor changes.
As for the Tx and Rx overview tabs, I'm currently investigating why it is they don't update. Other values in those tabs do update upon programming the part (even in offline mode) but it does not appear that the SSI type updates. If this is a bug in need of fixing I will bring it to the SW team and have them patch it in future releases.
I hope this helps!