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DS100MB203: DS100MB203 : MODE select pin description datasheet
Part Number: TLK10034
Flow of data is as shown in the attached document.
DS100 and tlk10034 are in 10GBaseKR mode.
The DS100 settings for channel are as follows:
With these values the 10GBaseKR link is up.But the register CHANNEL_STATUS_1 (0x1E.0x000F) of TLK10034 read as 0X5D03 and 0x5C03 . The value is not stable and oscillating between the two.The bit HS_DECODE_INVALID is getting set frequently. What causes this bit (HS_DECODE_INVALID) to get set?
Can changing any register of TLK prevent this ? Is there any threshold setting which can be altered to increase the margin so that decode invalid will not be set frequently?
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In reply to Yaser Ibrahim:
In reply to ASHITHA A V:
We observed after power up, from the beginning the link is either stable or unstable. We have put the device in manual mode by disabling auto-negotiation and link training , then the link is up but the HS_Counter overflows . Thanks, Ashitha
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