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AFE5832EVM: Additional inquiries regarding real-time imaging

Part Number: AFE5832EVM
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TSW1400EVM, AFE5832


I had some additional questions regarding use of the AFE5832EVM and TSW1400EVM.

Firstly, in regards to the restriction to eight channels, it is listed in the features of the TSW1400EVM - "up to 8 simultaneous channels". Will we be able to receive data from all 32 channels of the AFE5832EVM simultaneously, or are we restricted to only eight at one time? If we are restricted to eight channels, can we sample all 32 in a lossless fashion, and is there a guide for achieving this easily?

Secondly, is there a guide you could provide us with for accessing the data directly from the TSW1400EVM in a streaming fashion? The user's guide is not clear on this, and a fast setup is very desirable for us. We would like to be able to directly process this data using Python or a similar language.

Thanks again!


  • Hi,

    Sorry for the TSW1400EVM typo.

    The correct and more information for your questions as shown and listed below:

    Thank you!



    The TSW1400EVM supports 16 LVDS lanes (This is a typo in the TSW1400EVM product folder).

    32 channel data can be received with the combination of AFE5832EVM and TSW1400EVM.

    AFE5832 packs the 32 channel data unto the 16 LVDS lanes by default.


    Continuous streaming is not supported. This is due to the limitation in the USB throughput.

    But continuous capture is supported which implies there will some delay between captures.

    Automation using tools like C, Matlab and python is also supported.
    Please refer to the Automation DLL manual and examples that would be located in the HSDC Pro Installation directory:

    “C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\High Speed Data Converter Pro\HSDCPro Automation DLL\Manual and Examples”


    Thank you very much!

    Best regards,