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resources:eval:user-guides:stingray:userguide [20 Jul 2022 13:31]
Sam Ringwood [Support] updated x band platform link
resources:eval:user-guides:stingray:userguide [08 Nov 2022 18:14]
Sam Ringwood updated broken link in Evaluation Section
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 GPIO PINS ARE HI-Z! SEE [[#​configuring_the_ltc2992|CONFIGURING THE LTC2992]]** GPIO PINS ARE HI-Z! SEE [[#​configuring_the_ltc2992|CONFIGURING THE LTC2992]]**
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- ​**4.** Initialize the ADAR1000s to put the ADAR1000-EVAL1Z into a known safe state with the ADTR1107 PAs pinched off. See the [[#​Recommended ADAR1000 Initialization ​Sequence]] section for a recommended set of SPI writes.+ ​**4.** Initialize the ADAR1000s to put the ADAR1000-EVAL1Z into a known safe state with the ADTR1107 PAs pinched off. See the [[:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​stingray:​userguide#recommended_adar1000_initialization_sequences|Recommended ADAR1000 Initialization ​Sequences]] section for a recommended set of SPI writes.
  
  ​**5.** Now that the ADTR1107 PAs are pinched off, +5V can safely be applied. This is accomplished by pulsing the **+5V_CTRL** signal. Once the +5V rail is up, a green LED (D4) is lit showing that the board is fully powered up.  ​**5.** Now that the ADTR1107 PAs are pinched off, +5V can safely be applied. This is accomplished by pulsing the **+5V_CTRL** signal. Once the +5V rail is up, a green LED (D4) is lit showing that the board is fully powered up.
resources/eval/user-guides/stingray/userguide.txt · Last modified: 08 Nov 2022 18:14 by Sam Ringwood