[USRP-users] Transceiver IC max2829
john.malsbury at ettus.com
Tue Jun 19 19:31:21 EDT 2012
If you're interested in understanding how to interact with the XCVR2450,
please look at db_xcvr2450.cpp. If you wish to reduce the ref input
frequency you can decrease the output frequency of the AD9510(may have
other consequences), or by increase the divide value of the AD9515 on
the daughterboard. However, it seems that tuning works with the
constraints currently set in db_xcvr2450.cpp, so I would start with that
as a baseline for your application.
Just out of curiosity, what are your intentions with the microblaze?
Are you trying to produce some sort of frequency hopping capability, or
are you trying to create a standalone radio with the microblaze? There
may be an easier path.
On 06/19/2012 04:30 AM, Huldi Michael wrote:
> Yes, with USRP N210 and daughterboard xcvr2450.
> *From:*John Malsbury [mailto:john.malsbury at ettus.com]
> *Sent:* Dienstag, 19. Juni 2012 13:23
> *To:* Huldi Michael
> *Cc:* usrp-users at lists.ettus.com
> *Subject:* Re: [USRP-users] Transceiver IC max2829
> Are you developing this on a usrp, with an xcvr2450?
> On Tuesday, June 19, 2012, Huldi Michael <huldm1 at bfh.ch
> <mailto:huldm1 at bfh.ch>> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > In the datasheet of the transceiver IC MAX2829, which is on the
> daughterboard xcvr2450, I read that the reference oscillator input on
> pin 30 need to be 20 -- 44 MHz. But I measured a clock of 50 MHz on
> this pin. Does someone have an explanation for that?
> > I have to know this because I write my own driver in C for the
> transceiver IC. The transceiver IC is driven of my microblaze via SPI.
> Perhaps someone has already done similar work?!
> > Huldi Michael
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