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TSW14J57EVM: HSDC import file option

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Hello

I have some ADC output data exported from TSW14J57EVM as .csv file by means of HSDC.

I would like to evaluate these data "off-line" importing them on HSDC which I have installed on my laptop (without connection to EVM). 

Can I simply import the data in the tool without connecting to the EVM?

Is there something special that I should take carefully into account?

thanks for the support

  • Hi Massimiliano,

    Yes, you can still import the data into HSDC Pro, even with no board connected. When you import the data, HSDC Pro will ask for the number of channels and data bits for the data you are importing.

    Best Regards,

    Dan

  • In reply to dBrock:

    Hi Dan

    thanks a lot

    I'll give a try and I'll update the ticket accordingly.

    cheers

    max

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    In reply to Massimiliano Foggia:

    You will also need to enter a valid ADC Output Data rate to get valid results.

    Regards,

    Jim

  • In reply to jim s:

    Hi Jim

    thanks for the hint.

    I have managed to work it out :-)

    As far as I understood the .CSV file contains the ADC output codes but when I import the file, the tool shows  codes which are different from the values in .CSV file. Is there any manipulation in between?

    thanks in advance

    max

  • In reply to Massimiliano Foggia:

    ok I think I figured out.

    in the .CSV there are the two's complement of the codes, isn't it?

    cheers

    max

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    In reply to Massimiliano Foggia:

    Yes.

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