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[FAQ] DIR9001: Use for external XTAL & Measuring sampling frequency of incoming audio stream

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When do we need to use external XTAL with DIR9001? How do we measure the sampling frequency of the incoming audio stream while playing the audio data?

 

Best regards,
Ravi

  • There are TWO cases where a 24.576 MHz crystal is required –

    • When using the internal sampling-rate-calculator inside DIR9001 to calculate sampling rate.

    DIR9001 calculates the actual sampling frequency of the biphase input signal and outputs its result through dedicated pins. To use this feature, a 24.576-MHz clock source must be supplied to the XTI pin. The 24.576-MHz clock is used as a measurement reference clock to calculate the actual sampling frequency.

    • When using DIR9001 as a 24.576 MHz clock generator.

    Best regards,

    Ravi

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