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Part Number: ONET1130EC
Where is the ONET1130EC GUI located?
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In reply to Scott Jenney:
I guess you're using the electrical EVM, correct? Are you able to see any output from the MOD outputs (MOD+/-) at least?
Also, please check the I_bias_monitor from the ADC option in the EVM GUI core configuration page, and see if you're reading a meaningful value in the corresponding register output.
If you don't read a non-zero, meaningful value, you may want to replace the ONET1130EC sample and try.
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