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Part Number: AFE5816EVM
We have been developing 16 channel ultrasound system by using TSW1400EVM and AFE5816EVM. It is working well. I configured DTGC of AFE5816 device as internal non-uniform mode from HMC-DAQ GUI. I can read a register of each Bank. However, I can not change /write/ any data to the register. How to write a data to a register of a Bank? May I use burst mode, in this case?
I have some question about AFE5816EVM device, I little bit confused. We have AFE5816EVM version Rev.C /MHR012 REV C/. I read documents the device only support LVDS interface and not support JESD240B interface, is it? However, the board can be soldered a FMC connector /J60/ in bottom side of this EVM. If we solder this FMC connector, Could we use JESD204B interface and/or LVDS interface?
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In reply to Praveen Aroul:
Thank you for your support,
I got it. Also, I configured DTGC of AFE5816 device as internal non-uniform mode from HMC-DAQ GUI. I can read a register of each Bank. However, I CAN NOT change /write/ any data to the register.
My question is
How to write a data to a register of a Bank by using HMC-DAQ GUI? May I use burst mode, in this case?
In reply to Enkhbat Batbayar71:
To change the DTGC memory contents using HMC-DAQ GUI, you can run a script in HMC-DAQ GUI similar to the one attached to this post.
Make sure it is a .cfg file.
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