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Part Number: TPS65987EVM
I have TPS65987EVM on my hand.
I could operate in source state normally, but sink state is abnormal.
Could you let me know how to operate in sink state?
We faced the issue in Scenario .2 and below is our setup. Could you give us some suggestion?
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In reply to Roy Chou1:
Please give me a few days to check into this issue with the team.
In reply to Michael Emanuel35:
My suggestion is to reduce the overall trace length from the DP source to DP sink. The first option for this is to shorten the cables. The second option is connect the sink by using a Type-C cable from the PC to the EVM followed by the Display Port Sink Board to the monitor.
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We tried to use 2nd option, but it still couldn't work. Do we need to modify the hardware or software setting of sink operation?
Can you see what happens if you leave the second board in sink mode, but attach the 20 V barrel jack?
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