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I am trying to figure out what it needs to get a clock source that's controlled via USB. I was looking at the LMK03806BEVAL/NOPB LMK03806 - Timing, Clock Generator Evaluation Board and it seems the eval board does not include USB2ANY - uWire interface do i have to buy this separately?Can I load the configuration once its created using the codeLoader and every time it gets powered up does that configuration gets stored in a non-volatile memory so it will generate the same frequency output every single time? In other words does it have an EPROM to store configuration?
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In reply to Alberto Gruenberg:
Thank you for the advice and I have evaluate them carefully, because of the current situation and based on your advice I have decided to use a lower frequency approach and is now considering the LMK03318EVM you recommended. Based on the test I need to do I may be able to hack it with a 1 GHz signal. What I love about this device is during a cycle power the device can come up without having to reprogram it because it has an internal EEPROM so maybe we should focus on this device moving forward and provide me app notes focused on this instead.
You can find all the info we have for LMK03318 on it's product folder page. Please see under technical documents for app notes.
Note, depending on how many outputs you need, LMK62E2 can provide you a clock without program (EEPROM) and without a reference.
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