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Part Number: LMX2594
LMX2594 is configured in sysref master mode. SYSREFREQ of LMX2594 is held high .Every time the SYNC input of LMX2594 changes from low then high then low, the LMX2594 is unlocked once.And there's no definite phase relationship between the sysref out and the sync signal.
LMX2594 configuration is as below:
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In reply to Dean Banerjee:
In reply to ldx dfdx:
Hi, Thanks a lot for your reply. We now still use LMX2594 to generate clock for ADC,its RFoutA really has consitent delay with Fosc input. For SYSREF , we have tried pulse mode ,master mode ,and repeater mode,none of them works well to give consitent delay.Now we use LMK0428 to produce SYSREF,and the phase between channels are deterministic。 I still hope TI can give a method to produce usable SYSREF in deterministic lantency by using LMX2594. Thank you!
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