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resources:eval:dpg:ad9739-ebz [14 Sep 2021 10:08]
Melissa Lorenz Lacanlale Update to SDPH1 and ADSV7
resources:eval:dpg:ad9739-ebz [21 Sep 2021 10:16]
Melissa Lorenz Lacanlale [Quick Start Guide]
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 =====Hardware Needed:​===== =====Hardware Needed:​=====
-  * [[adi>​eval-ad9146|AD9146-M5375-EBZ]] Evaluation Board+  * [[adi>​eval-ad9739|AD9739-R2-EBZ]] Evaluation Board
   * [[:​resources:​eval:​dpg:​hsdac-sdp-h1|SDP-H1]] (EVAL-SDP-CH1Z) or [[:​resources:​eval:​ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]] ​   * [[:​resources:​eval:​dpg:​hsdac-sdp-h1|SDP-H1]] (EVAL-SDP-CH1Z) or [[:​resources:​eval:​ads7-v2|ADS7-V2EBZ]] ​
   * Evaluation Kit   * Evaluation Kit
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 =====Quick Start Guide===== =====Quick Start Guide=====
-  - Attach the evaluation board to the FMC connector of SDP-H1 or ADS7-V2 using the AD-DAC-FMC-ADP adapter board. Connect continuous wave generator for clock input to J3, and the DAC output from J1 to a signal/​spectrum analyzer. Connect the evaluation board to PC via USB and a 5Vdc 2A power supply to J17. Refer to Figures 1a and 1b.+  - Attach the evaluation board to the FMC connector of SDP-H1 or ADS7-V2 using the AD-DAC-FMC-ADP adapter board. Connect continuous wave generator for clock input to J3, and the DAC output from J1 to a signal/​spectrum analyzer. Connect the evaluation board to PC via USBa 5Vdc 2A power supply to J17. Refer to Figures 1a and 1b.
      * If using **SDP-H1**, set clock input to **300 MHz and 0 dBm**. Connect SDP-H1 to PC via USB and to a 12Vdc wall wart.      * If using **SDP-H1**, set clock input to **300 MHz and 0 dBm**. Connect SDP-H1 to PC via USB and to a 12Vdc wall wart.
      * If using **ADS7-V2**,​ set the clock input to **2 GHz and 0 dBm**. Connect ADS-V2 to PC via USB and to a 12V 60W AC/DC power supply. Switch the board ON using S1 beside the connector for 12V supply.      * If using **ADS7-V2**,​ set the clock input to **2 GHz and 0 dBm**. Connect ADS-V2 to PC via USB and to a 12V 60W AC/DC power supply. Switch the board ON using S1 beside the connector for 12V supply.
-  - Open ACE. The board will automatically be recognized by the software. Otherwise, install the plugin for AD9739 evaluation board. From the AD9739-EBZ tab, Click **“Run Example Startup Routine (Sync Disabled)”**. ​The **MU Controller Locked** ​indicator ​should light up like Figure 2 <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ace_boardview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//​Figure ​2. ACE Initial Board Configuration Wizard //</​WRAP>​ +  - Open ACE. The board will automatically be recognized by the software. Otherwise, install the plugin for AD9739 evaluation board. From the AD9739-EBZ tab, Click **“Run Example Startup Routine (Sync Disabled)”**. ​ 
-  - Double click the AD9739 Box to open chip view. The **DLL_LOCKED** indicator should ​be enabled ​as shown in figure ​<WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ace_chipview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//​Figure ​3. ACE Initial ​Chip  ​Configuration Wizard//</​WRAP>​+     If using **SDP-H1**, The MU Controller Locked ​indicator should light up as shown in figure 2a. 
 +     If using **ADS7-V2**, The first three indicators ​should light up as shown in figure 2b. <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ace_boardview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//​Figure ​2a. ACE Initial Board Configuration Wizard ​for SDP-H1//</​WRAP>​ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ads7_ace_boardview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 2a. ACE Initial Board Configuration Wizard for ADS7-V2//</​WRAP>​ 
 +  - Double click the AD9739 Box to open chip view.  
 +     If using **SDP-H1**, The DLL_LOCKED ​indicator should ​light up as shown in figure ​3a. 
 +     * If using **ADS7-V2**,​ All three indicators should light up as shown in figure 3b. <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ace_chipview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//​Figure ​3a. ACE Initial ​Board Configuration Wizard ​for SDP-H1//</​WRAP>​ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_adsv7_ace_chipview.png?​nolink&​600 |{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_ads7_ace_boardview.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 3b. ACE Initial Board Configuration Wizard for ADS7-V2//</​WRAP>​
   - Start DPG Lite or DPG Downloader.   - Start DPG Lite or DPG Downloader.
     * At the SDP-H1 part of the software, the device part number and **DCO frequency** of around **75 MHz** should be displayed.     * At the SDP-H1 part of the software, the device part number and **DCO frequency** of around **75 MHz** should be displayed.
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     * When using SDP-H1, set **Data Rate** to 300 MHz and **Desired Frequency** to 20 MHz.     * When using SDP-H1, set **Data Rate** to 300 MHz and **Desired Frequency** to 20 MHz.
     * When using ADS-V2, set **Data Rate** to 2 GHz and **Desired Frequency** to 180 MHz.     * When using ADS-V2, set **Data Rate** to 2 GHz and **Desired Frequency** to 180 MHz.
-  - Continuing on setting up DPG Lite or DPG Downloader, set **DAC resolution** to 14 bits. Check off the **Unsigned Data** box.\\ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_dpg_sdph1.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 4a. DPG Lite session for SDP-H1//</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_dpg-lite_ads7-v2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 4b. DPG Lite session for ADS7-V2//</​WRAP>​ +  - Continuing on setting up DPG Lite or DPG Downloader, set **DAC resolution** to 14 bits. Check off the **Unsigned Data** box. 
-  - Select the Single Tone from the **Data Vector** pulldown menu +  - Select the Single Tone from the **Data Vector** pulldown menu \\ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_dpg_sdph1.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 4a. DPG Lite session for SDP-H1//</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_dpg-lite_ads7-v2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 4b. DPG Lite session for ADS7-V2//</​WRAP>​
   - Press the download arrow and then the play button. The FFT plots similar to Figures 5a and 5b should appear in the signal/​spectrum analyzer.\\ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_fout_sdp-h1.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 5a. EVAL-AD9739 FFT for Data Rate = 300 MHz, Fout = 20 MHz using SDP-H1//</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_fout_ads7.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 5b. EVAL-AD9739 FFT for Data Rate = 2 GHz, Fout = 180 MHz using AD7-V2//</​WRAP>​   - Press the download arrow and then the play button. The FFT plots similar to Figures 5a and 5b should appear in the signal/​spectrum analyzer.\\ <WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_fout_sdp-h1.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 5a. EVAL-AD9739 FFT for Data Rate = 300 MHz, Fout = 20 MHz using SDP-H1//</​WRAP><​WRAP centeralign>​{{ :​resources:​eval:​dpg:​ad9739_fout_ads7.png?​nolink&​600 |}}//Figure 5b. EVAL-AD9739 FFT for Data Rate = 2 GHz, Fout = 180 MHz using AD7-V2//</​WRAP>​
  
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 =====Troubleshooting===== =====Troubleshooting=====
 This section lists items to check and practices to use when debugging any unexpected performance of a board. If unexpected results occur: This section lists items to check and practices to use when debugging any unexpected performance of a board. If unexpected results occur:
-  * Check the supply ​voltage ​of the evaluation board. Voltage rail should be 3.3V.+  * Check if the Voltage ​supply ​test points ​of the evaluation board has the correct value
   * Check if all (3) blue LEDs on the AD-DAC-FMC-ADP board is lit up. Reconnect the board to the FMC connector of SDP-H1 if not lit up.   * Check if all (3) blue LEDs on the AD-DAC-FMC-ADP board is lit up. Reconnect the board to the FMC connector of SDP-H1 if not lit up.
   * Check if the SDP-H1 is being supplied properly by 12Vdc adaptor. Some LEDs on the SDP-H1 should lit up.   * Check if the SDP-H1 is being supplied properly by 12Vdc adaptor. Some LEDs on the SDP-H1 should lit up.
resources/eval/dpg/ad9739-ebz.txt · Last modified: 28 Sep 2021 07:26 by Melissa Lorenz Lacanlale