Part Number: AFE7444EVM
For a testbed we are building with the AFE7444 EVM we need the configuration of the board to be done using a script from a non-Windows computer. Please advise on how this can be done.
The Windows GUI uses NI's labview to create the front-end while some of the backend work is done in Python. Is it possible to take the Python code and run it on Linux..
We are looking into this.
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In reply to jim s:
Unfortunately our GUI does not support Linux. I would suggest generating the AFE74xx configuration script using our GUI. The scripts should contain the register writes for whichever mode was programmed. Then load those register writes via SPI to the AFE from your Linux pc. You'll need to make sure you have the proper FTDI drivers on the Linux pc to accomplish this.
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