There are a number of 6.8nH inductors on the I/O pins (MCLK, BCLK, WCLK, etc.) on the eval boards. Are these there to keep the EVM quiet between the CC8520 and the CODEC (with its long traces and associated connectors), or should they be part of a production design where the CODEC is on (next to) the CC8520 on the same PCB?
I hope everthing is working fine with the CC85xxDK and the configurator!
I posted a reply to a similar question a while back here:
Let me know if it does not answer your question!
Thanks very much for the info and link. All is clear now. To summarize; leave the inductors in place as shown to help pass EMI compliance tests. Easy enough.
I've looked at the configurator; it looks very straightforward. I have a few questions but will reserve them until I've used the configurator a bit more.
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