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I am using the ADS6244 and want to use the deskew test pattern. I have read the datasheet but I am not completely sure how the data is output. It says that <D13-D0> = 10101010101010. So does it matter if I am in 2 wire or 1 wire mode? Will I get the same pattern on each wire. Or depending on the data mode (bit, byte, word) will I get a different pattern out? As bit mode has the even bits on one wire and the odd on the other. So I would end up with 1111111 on one wire and 0000000 on the other.
Sorry for the slow reply. Hmm, the description is a bit confusing. Have you tried this while waiting for a reply? I'll see if I can find an EVM to test this out on.
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In reply to Matt Guibord:
No I don't have a board as I am developing some FPGA code for someone. I have decided to use the custom pattern instead as it fairly obvious how that is output.
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