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Part Number: LMK04208
We are connecting LMK04208 CLK to RFSoC through AC coupled LVDS termination and we are facing issue in differential clock signal.
In AC coupled LVDS with 100 ohms parallel termination (independent of receiver IC) both the P and N waveform are in same phase.
Without 100 ohms termination differential signals (independent of receiver IC) are in different phase.
Please suggest your ideas.
Can you confirm that your termination matches "Figure 31. LVDS Termination for a Self-Biased Receiver"?
Can you probe P and N after the 100-ohm termination without the receiver? This will help confirm the issue is not with the LMK04208 and more so how it is interfacing with the RFSoC.
What is the input specification on the RFSoC? Is it a biases or non-biased LVDS receiver?
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In reply to Vibhu Vanjari:
As per lmk04208 datasheet in fig 31 we have setup and LVDS output model selector is selected at transmitter end
When probed at receiver end ( without ibis assignment of receiver) the differential wave form is as shown
Still we are getting P and N in same phase. Kindly suggest your ideas.
In reply to Dharmaraj karupusamy:
This seems to be an issue with the IBIS model. The part will not behave the same way.
Please send me your hyperlynx test bench.
Have you checked other outputs, and perhaps the LVPECL format? I would think the error would be on them all.
Tried attaching the Hyperlynx Line Sim file but it failed to attach. "Contact administrator error is popping up"
Since we are using LVDS model we have not simulated for LVPCEL model.
We are waiting for your response.
Please let us know if we could send our test setup by any other means.
I will contact you via email and you can send your simulation over to me. I was going to setup the bench from a blank simulation however, we have limited number of licenses and I haven't been able to test it out yet. Giving me the test bench will fasten up the process.
If I am able to reproduce your result. I can confirm that the simulation/model for this device is incorrect. The P and N outputs will be 180 degrees out of phase on the actual device.
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