Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Hi all, I' m developing a new design for a customer of mine where I have to use the TUS1210 device. In the document named SLLU208 I read this: "Upon request, layout files for the EVM can be provided to illustrate techniques used…
Part Number: TUSB1210 Hello,
I am using the TUSB1210 PHY CHIP for the ULPI Interface with the GOWIN FPGA. I am trying to set the clock in output mode where I want 60MHz clock in output mode. I am not able to generate the 60MHz clock. I have followed…
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Hello experts, Could you tell me the role of 22Ohm series resistors in below? Are these damping resistors? If so, it's helpful how to decide the value. Thanks and best regards, Ryo Akashi
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Hi team,
Below is some questions regarding to the device. Is it possible to get your comment on this?
Is it possible to share complete schematics to me?
For the host, If we use type A USB type A connector, should I leave ID pin…
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TUSB1210
My customer found the TUSB1210EVM schematic should have an error, and the EVM based board design caused a power supply issue. Could you please check?
When evaluating the prototype…
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Hello team,
Could you please let me know why the capacitor C22 is connected to NC_S?
I found it from the EVM user guide schematic here .
I believe it is supposed to be open.
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Dear experts,
I am using TUSB1210EVM to test OTG function and it is configured into clock output mode. I can see 26MHz clock on REFCLK but there is no output on CLKOUT pin. The power supply is correct and CFG is high(1.8V). What…
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TUSB1210 Hi all
My customer is evaluating the performance of TUSB1210 based on the evaluation board.
However, they found that the actual board is different from the description in the TUSB1210 EVM…
Part Number: TUSB1210EVM Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TUSB1210 How can I change VDDIO to 3.3V? On EVM schematics it is firmly connected to 1.8V. Is it enough to cut the trace and manually solder a wire to pin 32?