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Part Number: AM3359
I am using AM3359 processor.
PIN No. N18(USB0_DM),N17(USB0_DP) these pins are marked as NC in the IBIS model.
How to change these pins as driver and receiver.
I want configure these as driver and receiver .
Thanks and Regards,
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In reply to Biser Gatchev-XID:
Any update from your factory team?
In reply to Arun Kumar39:
The USB DM and DP pins are implemented as analog cells in the AM3359. The IBIS model for that device is implemented for IBIS revision 4.1 which does not support the simulation of analog cells. Therefore, we don't support IBIS modeling of the USB interface for that part.
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In reply to Bill Taboada:
Thanks for your reply
Will you share the updated IBIS file which having USB DP and DM?
I am requesting you to share the IBIS file ASAP.
At this time there are no plans to update the IBIS model for the AM3359. I will check with the design team to see if there is a model for the USB IOs but I do not expect any updates in the near future.
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