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Part Number: CDCI6214
I have a question about CDCI6214.
Which LVCMOS Output (Y2. Y3) depends on VREF or VDDO12/34?
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Y2 depends on VDDO12 and Y3 depends on VDDO34, as noted in the pin description table (datasheet page 4).
In reply to Alan O:
Thank you for your comment.
I understood it.
In reply to KAEDE KUDO:
I have one more question.
Is the LVCMOS output Y0 dependent on VREF?
(D/S p.9 6.15 LVCMOS Output Characteristics)
I am worried about the following description D/S p.29 220.127.116.11 of Power Management.
'The bypass output Y0 is connected to the pdn_ch4 bit.'
Y0 is powered by VDDO34. To use Y0, pdn_ch4 must be set to 0. Kind regards, Lane
In reply to Lane Boyd:
Thanks for your answer.
Does that mean that the following configuration is impossible to realize?
Thank you for your reply.
I understood your answer.
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