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AFE7685: Jesd204B configuration and link test

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Part Number: AFE7685

Hi:

I'm using AFE7685 in our project, since we are not using any eval board, we placed it on our own PCB. And according to the datasheet, we configure the syncb_cmos for our input and output syncb signal. Specifically, we are using syncb_cmos0 as input syncb and syncb_cmos1 as output syncb. At the mean time, we are using all 4T4R in our design, which means that we configured 4T to a single syncb pin and 4R to another syncb pin. However, when we started up the whole chip, we observed that the syncb_cmos1 (output syncb) cannot be pulled up after we reset the JESD state machine. And after that we modified our register configuration a little (enable only 4 SRXs instead of all 8 SRxs of serdes interface), the syncb_cmos1 can be pulled up. I don't know why this happen and is there any chance that we can use a single syncb output and all 8 SRXs?

Another question is about the datasheet, we want to perform a transport layer test at ADC side, which is related to the register 0x62~0x71 in page JESD_SERDES_TX. But I can't find the details of these registers. Where can we find the document for these registers?

Thanks

Kevin

  • By the way, the Chip Version is PG 1.4
  • In reply to Kevin Zhu23:

    Hi Kevin,

    We are taking a look into your questions, and will be back with you soon.

    Best Regards,

    Dan
  • Hello Kevin,

    The management mandates that the AFE76xx family of devices cannot be supported through E2E. I have to ask you to contact your sales person at your local TI sales office to route these questions to us for further support. Sorry I could not be much of a help at this point.

    -Kang

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