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ADS54J42: How long does it take to become operational after setting NYQUIST_ZONE ?

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Hello,

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[Q]

My customer set the nyquist zone as follows.

0x680042 0x01 //2nd Nyquist zone select or 0x00 // 1st Nyquist zone select
0x68004E 0x80 //nyquist enable
0x680000 0x01 // reset digital. Must issue after writes to 6800h
0x680000 0x00 // clear reset

In this case, how long does it take to become operational after setting that setting ?

This is the information needed to design their software.

Best Regards,

Hiroshi Katsunaga

  • Hi Hiroshi,

    We are looking into this question, and will be back with you soon.

    Best Regards,

    Dan

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    Hiroshi,

    It is better if the Nyquist-zone configuration is added as part of the bring-up configuration, where it is added just before issuing the digital-core-reset. This way no extra wait time is needed.

     

    Changing the setting after the device bring-up will reset the Interleave engine, which then you will have to wait for it to converge, which will take about 150ms.

    Regards,

    Jim

  • In reply to jim s:

    Hi Jim,

    Thank you for your clear comments.

    OK, I understood your all comments.

    I have an additional question.

    [Q]
    Is there an appropriate order below ?

    0x680042 0x01 //2nd Nyquist zone select or 0x00 // 1st Nyquist zone select
    0x68004E 0x80 //nyquist enable

    Best Regards,

    Hiroshi Katsunaga

  • Guru 54040 points

    In reply to Hiroshi Katsunaga:

    Hiroshi,

    The order does not matter. None of these settings go into effect until a pulse reset occurs in page 6800h address 0h bit 0.

    Regards,

    Jim

     Pulse reset.pptx

  • In reply to jim s:

    Hi Jim,

    Thank you for your clear comment.

    OK, I understand it.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Best Regards,

    Hiroshi Katsunaga