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CC1310: What is High-drive capability?

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Part Number: CC1310

Hi,

I need to connect some analog sensors and a drive a i2c communication lane on a CC1310.

I see that you can mux the i2c to any digital output you want, and certain pins are analog.

Does every DIO have a pull-up and pull-down?

But what about the  high-drive capability pins?  I am having a hard time finding anything conclusive about those pins. I feel like you can drive up to 20ma on these pins?  Is there anything else noteworthy?

Do the high drive pins have pull-up / pull-downs?  I read something that said they did not.  Does that just mean they do not have a pull-up / pull-down when set as high drive?

If someone could clarify the GPIO, the datasheet isn't real clear on this issue.  And the technical reference manual seems just like register calls.

Thanks!

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