Part Number: CDCI6214
Hi,I am currently trying to configure the CDCI6214 to be implemented in future projects. Even though I did read the given data sheet (rev.B) and forum posts I cant solve my problem.I successfully programmed the device via I2C to produce a bypass-signal through output Y0. But I cant get a output signal on any other output channel. I already tried various different combination.A STM32 Nucleo L452RE is used for the I2C connection. I am leaving the EEPROMSEL and REFSEL pin floating while selecting the REF-Input via ref_mux. As a input signal I am using a 25Mhz square-wave which is generated with a Arbitrary Generator.I am using the GPIO1-Pin to check the PLL-lock. Even though I used the values from Table2. (first row) and settings from Figure33. I cant get the PLL to lock.
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