Part Number: SRC4382 Dear Specialists,
My customer is designing SRC4382 and has a question about unused pins treatment .
I would be grateful if you could advise.
Could you please let us know unused pins configuration.
Regarding LOCK, RXCKO, SYNC,…
Zak Kaye said: I appreciate the detail you have provided.
I'm thanking you for the support you are giving.
Zak Kaye said: I have a question about your sequence though, you mention you reload the internal PLL registers and then reset the device?
Part Number: SRC4382 I have 8 instances of the SRC4382.
The measured phase difference of the TX output pins (at the XLR end) between the 8 instances is mostly zero which is what I expect as the MCLK, LRCLK and BCK is the same for the 8 ICs. And the register…
Part Number: SRC4382
My customer designed the schematic following to the below figure from datasheet. However, it was found that the sampling rate of 192k Hz was not decoded. But if 0.1uF capacitor of TR- was changed to 1uF, it can be decoded…
Part Number: SRC4382 Hi Team, Need your help on this. Our customer wants some clarification with the way the data and channel status buffer maps of the DIR and DIT were set in Tables 5-8 (Register Pages 1 and 2) of the datasheet. In here bit 0 is defined…
Part Number: SRC4382
My Application is re-sampling audio input(I2S) from Port A(32kHz~96kHz) to Port B(fixed in 48KHz) .
and set register like below
0x3 <= 8'b00000000
0x4 <= 8'b00000011
0x5 <= 8'b00011000
Part Number: SRC4382 Hello
In order to keep the integrity of the digital inputs, could you please forward the signals coming from the DIR inputs and Port A I2S directly to Port B without passing through the ASRC.
Example: Input DIR SP/DIF 48kHZ,Out PORTB…
Part Number: SRC4382 In order to keep the integrity of the digital inputs, could you please forward the signals coming from the DIR inputs and Port A I2S directly to Port B without passing through the ASRC.How to configure the software？
Part Number: SRC4382 We are seeing similar issues to the thread below, where the I2C bus locks up. Replacing the SRC4382 resolves the problem. The issue may be batch related as we have used this part in the existing design for quite a few years now and…