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LMX8410L: register load question

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I have a reg load list of values from the eval software but notice that registers 120 and 106 are not included in the listing. Are these essential or do they have correct default values already in them?

The data sheet dated nov 2018 shows both of them loaded with all zeros.

reg 120 is IBIAS_PD

reg 106 is FORCE_MODE_CTRL

What are these variables and how are they used?

  • Hello Charles,

    These registers are reserved and should be set to zero.

    The registers 120 are not intended for normal operation as they disable enable biasing of internal circuit blocks.

    The register 106 involves a test mode which also should not be used for normal operation.

    Regards,

    Liam Keese

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