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Part Number: TLV320AIC3212
We intend to use TLV320AIC3212 in an IP Phone design (based on Sitara AM5728) with analog inputs & outputs, and connected to AM5728 on McASP2 as below:
In this case:
- how many AXR pins have to be connected between AM5728 and TLV320AIC3212?
- will single MCLK input from AM5728's CLKOUT2 be sufficient?
- will a single set of WCLK & BCLK (say WCLK1 & BCLK1) be sufficient?
-Thariq C P
a Single of each MCLK,BCLK, and WCLK is just fine.
I couldn't really comment on the AM5728s CLKOUT2 please ask that question in the processors forum.
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In reply to Steve-Wilson:
Thank you for the inputs regarding the clocks.
What about the AXR lines from AM5728? Is it sufficient to connect just 2 lines to DOUT1 & DIN1 to support the above mentioned analog interfaces, or do we need to connect all 3 sets?
Thariq C P
In reply to Thariq CP:
Any processor questions would be better answered in the Processors forum.
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