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CDCI6214: Register programming procedure

Part Number: CDCI6214


Per section 8.5.1 of the data sheet, TI recommends that all registers addressed from 0x44 to 0x00 be programmed in descending order including those with reserved values.

However, this is making chip initialization longer than the customer desires. 

1. Can we skip the registers with reserved values?

2. Is there any particular procedure that is faster to initialize after power-on?

3. Is there any recommended procedure for changing some of the the register field such as bias current for XO? 

4. Any other suggestions you might have to speed this up?



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