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Part Number: AFE5807EVM
Currently, I use an AFE5807EVM+TSW1250EVM to test the ADC capture data from ultrasound input. I have a question about synchronization. For example, I want to use 16 channels ultrasound input, that is I need to use two AFE5807EVM+TSW1250EVM, I know I can input a trigger to two TSW1250EVM's external trigger port get them synchronized. But there is an issue about save data to PC from TSW1250EVM. Currently, when I use the software TI supplied, I need to click one button to save once under the external trigger mode. This is definitely not my need. I need to keep saving when the trigger comes. I'd better have the Labview source code instead of just executed software to know the command the PC gave to FPGA. Do we have the source code or is there some solutions? Thanks!
How are you?
Please take a look at the current AFE5807 Evaluation Module from TI website as below:
For evaluation board, now AFE5807EVM is directly
connected to the TSW1400 EVM.
Here was no TSW1250 being used and supported any more.
so Please take a look the following website description:
Thank you for using AFE5807 EVM.
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In reply to Chen Kung:
In reply to Guang Yang14:
I have bought the TSW1495EVM and downloaded the software from TI website. However, when I connect with AFE5807EVM, I can not find this model in FPGA software, I can only find the AFE5805. What is the possible reason? Thanks
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