Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CDCE6214-Q1 Hi Team,
Our customer would like to know the length, width and thickness of CDCE6214-Q1EVM evaluation module. Can you please share this information?
Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1EVM Hi there,
I just started playing around with the eval board and the bias current and load capacitance settings do not make sense to me.
Could somebody provide the datasheet or information on the 25 MHz Xtal used on the eval…
Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1EVM Hello Team,
may I kindly ask you for the BOM, especially the PN of the 25MHz crystal, please.
Also, how can I calculate the values of the integrated loop filter to achieve lowest loop bandwidth of 100kHz?
Thanks and Best Regards…
Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: USB2ANY Dear team,
I try to connect CDCE6214-Q1EVM to TICSPRO, but failed.
I have follow up with with hardware and jumper setting. And follow section 3.1 of user guide(win7/ update firmware…
Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1EVM Hi Team,
We are using TICS Pro + CDCE6214-Q1EVM for testing. And we have some questions.
1. If we set OUT1 = LVDS 150MHz clk and set 25MHz PFD, 0.25%. How should I calculate spread frequency?
2. When I change output LVDS clk…
The Reference PRO board does not support 10MHz output. It can support the following frequencies.
If you can accept 25MHz clock, you can use LMK00304EVM, you can get four 25MHz output clocks.
Otherwise, you have to use a clock generator EVM…
The current settings look correct. If the PLL does not lock after clicking the "recal" button, it may be because of the input. For example, when selecting "LVCMOS" input, the reference clock cannot be AC coupled. Try changing the reference source…
The GUI can be found on TICSPRO-SW. I do not think we have an EVM for the commercial device however there is a CDCE6214-Q1EVM (automotive). Are you using the CDCE6214-Q1EVM?
The USB2ANY tool can be used to support different communication protocols…
Part Number: CDCE6214-Q1 Clocking team,
Can we share the example code for the MSP430 on the CDCE6214-Q1EVM?
Does the MSP430 load the CDCE6214-Q1 with an initial configuration on boot up, or does it depend on a configuration coming over USB from the GUI…