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Part Number: CC1310
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.
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