Part Number: AFE5812EVM
Hello TI people,
I have a question about the different ground in AFE5809/AFE5812 EVM.
It has three ground GND(Power GND), AGND and DGND(USB).
Now, From the schematic, I can see that Analog Ground is the Power ground. So would that be ok that if I connect AGND pins of an AFE5809/AFE5812 chip to normal ground and just keep two isolated ground on board, that will be GND and DGND.
In reply to Olu Sodipe:
That is true, it is mainly to prevent noise between analog and digital part.
On AFE5809EVM AnalogGND = Power GND so there is only two GND that I can see. Is it on purpose that EVM doesn't have it Analog GND separated? Because if we look in to AFE5809 datasheet there are pins for Analog GND.
In reply to Naik:
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