Part Number: DAC38RF86
We would like to discuss methods to maintain coherency and sync’ng across multiple DAC38RF86 devices. It's for a beam forming application. We'd like to calibrate the system initially but not undergo further calibration for the design's lifetime.
Is there an FAE who could review this application with us?
Thanks and Best RegardsMark
[edit 10/19/17 9:44am] , [discussion 10/19/17 11:19am] [unlock 13:40]
Wondering if this issue was ever resolved? Please advise and apologies for the much delayed response.
In reply to LeonardEllis:
I'm having a discussion with Brad Davis Thursday next week to discuss this synchronization concept.
Thanks for Asking.
In reply to Mark Benton94:
Thanks Mark, that's good to hear. We'll go ahead and close this thread in that case. Again, apologies for it being 'lost'.
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