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AD9528 Low Jitter Clock Generator Linux Driver

Supported Devices

Description

The AD9528 is a two-stage PLL with an integrated JESD204B SYSREF generator for multiple device synchronization.

The first stage PLL (PLL1) provides input reference conditioning by reducing the jitter present on a system clock. The second stage PLL (PLL2) provides high frequency clocks that achieve low integrated jitter as well as low broadband noise from the clock output drivers. The external VCXO provides the low noise reference required by PLL2 to achieve the restrictive phase noise and jitter requirements necessary to achieve acceptable performance. The on-chip VCO tunes from 3.450 GHz to 4.025 GHz. The integrated SYSREF generator outputs single shot, N-shot, or continuous signals synchronous to the PLL1 and PLL2 outputs to time align multiple devices

The AD9528 generates two outputs (Output 1 and Output 2) with a maximum frequency of 1.25 GHz, and 12 outputs up to 1 GHz. Each output can be configured to output directly from PLL1, PLL2, or the internal SYSREF generator. Each of the 14 output channels contains a divider with coarse digital phase adjustment and an analog fine phase delay block that allows complete flexibility in timing alignment across all 14 outputs.

Source Code

Status

Source Mainlined?
drivers/iio/frequency/ad9528.c No

Files

Enabling the driver

Configure kernel with “make menuconfig” (alternatively use “make xconfig” or “make qconfig”)

The AD9528 Driver depends on CONFIG_SPI

Linux Kernel Configuration
    Device Drivers  --->
    <*>  Industrial I/O support --->
             Frequency Synthesizers DDS/PLL  ---> 
                 Clock Generator/Distribution  --->
                 <*>  Analog Devices AD9528 Low Jitter Clock Generator

Adding a device tree entry

Available properties

  • compatible: Must be one of:
    • “adi,ad9528”
  • reg: SPI chip select number for the device
  • spi-max-frequency: Max SPI frequency to use (< 30000000)
  • spi-cpol: The AD9528 requires inverse clock polarity (CPOL) mode
  • spi-cpha: The AD9528 requires inverse clock phase (CPHA) mode
  • adi,spi-3wire-enable: Use 3-wire SPI
  • adi,vcxo-freq: Set the frequency of the input VCXO clock
  • adi,ref-mode: Must be one of:
    • “REF_MODE_STAY_ON_REFB”: Non-revertive: stay on REFB
    • “REF_MODE_REVERT_TO_REFA”: Revert to REFA
    • “REF_MODE_SELECT_REFA”: Select REFA
    • “REF_MODE_SELECT_REFB”: Select REFB
    • “REF_MODE_EXT_REF”: Select REFB if the REF_SEL pin is low, select REFA if the REF_SEL pin is high.
  • adi,refa-enable: Enable REFA input
  • adi,refb-enable: Enable REFB input
  • adi,refa-diff-rcv-enable: Enable differential receiver mode for REFA (default: single-ended receiver mode)
  • adi,refb-diff-rcv-enable: Enable differential receiver mode for REFB (default: single-ended receiver mode)
  • adi,osc-diff-rcv-enable: Enable differential receiver mode for the VCXO (default: single-ended receiver mode)
  • adi,refa-in-cmos-neg-inp-enable (CMOS mode + single-ended receiver mode): Use the inverted REFA input pin
  • adi,refb-in-cmos-neg-inp-enable (CMOS mode + single-ended receiver mode): Use the inverted REFB input pin
  • adi,osc-in-cmos-neg-inp-enable (CMOS mode + single-ended receiver mode): Use the inverted VCXO input pin
  • adi,refa-r-div: PLL1 10-bit REFA R divider
  • adi,refb-r-div: PLL1 10-bit REFB R divider
  • adi,pll1-feedback-div: PLL1 10-bit Feedback N divider
  • adi,pll1-feedback-src-vcxo: PLL1 Feedback source is VCXO (default: VCO)
  • adi,pll1-charge-pump-current-nA: Magnitude of PLL1 charge pump current (nA)
  • adi,pll1-bypass-en: Bypass PLL1
  • adi,sysref-src: SYSREF Pattern Generator clock source
  • adi,sysref-k-div: SYSREF Pattern Generator K divider
  • adi,pll2-charge-pump-current-nA: Magnitude of PLL2 charge pump current (nA)
  • adi,pll2-ndiv-a-cnt: PLL2 Feedback N divider, counter A (range 0..4)
  • adi,pll2-ndiv-b-cnt: PLL2 Feedback N divider, counter B (range 0..63)
  • adi,pll2-freq-doubler-enable: Enable frequency doubler
  • adi,pll2-r1-div: PLL2 R1 divider (range 1..31)
  • adi,pll2-n2-div: PLL2 N2 divider (range 1..256)
  • adi,pll2_vco_diff_m1: PLL2 VCO1 divider (range 3..5)
  • adi,rpole2: PLL2 loop filter Rpole resistor value
  • adi,rzero: PLL2 loop filter Rzero resistor value
  • adi,cpole1: PLL2 loop filter Cpole1 capacitor value
  • adi,rzero-bypass-en: Bypass Rzero

Adding channels

Channels can be specified using child nodes. The following properties are applicable to them:

  • reg: The identifier of the channel
  • adi,extended-name: Optional descriptive channel name
  • adi,driver-mode: Output driver mode (logic level family). Must be one of:
    • DRIVER_MODE_LVDS,
    • DRIVER_MODE_LVDS_BOOST,
    • DRIVER_MODE_HSTL.
  • adi,divider-phase: Divider initial phase after a sync (range 0..63, LSB = 1/2 of a period of the divider input clock)
  • adi,signal-source: Source of this channel. Must be one of:
    • SOURCE_VCO,
    • SOURCE_VCXO,
    • SOURCE_SYSREF_VCO,
    • SOURCE_SYSREF_VCXO,
    • SOURCE_VCXO_INV,
    • SOURCE_SYSREF_VCXO_INV.

Device tree example

The following example instanciates the ad9528 driver for a AD9528 device connected on the SPI bus to the chip-select line 0.

The various macros used are defined in the header file: <dt-bindings/iio/frequency/ad9528.h>

#include <dt-bindings/iio/frequency/ad9528.h>

&fmc_spi {
	clk0_ad9528: ad9528@0 {
		#address-cells = <1>;
		#size-cells = <0>;
		#clock-cells = <1>;
		compatible = "ad9528";

		spi-cpol;
		spi-cpha;
		spi-max-frequency = <1000000>;
		adi,spi-3wire-enable;
		reg = <0>;

		clock-output-names = "ad9528_out0", "ad9528_out1", "ad9528_out2", "ad9528_out3", "ad9528_out4", "ad9528_out5", "ad9528_out6", "ad9528_out7", "ad9528_out8", "ad9528_out9", "ad9528_out10", "ad9528_out11", "ad9528_out12", "ad9528_out13";

		adi,vcxo-freq = <80000000>;

		/* PLL1 config */
		adi,ref-mode = <REF_MODE_STAY_ON_REFB>;
		adi,refa-enable;
		adi,refa-diff-rcv-enable;
		adi,refa-r-div = <1>;
		adi,refb-r-div = <1>;
		adi,pll1-feedback-src-vcxo;
		adi,pll1-feedback-div = <8>;
		adi,osc-in-cmos-neg-inp-enable;
		adi,pll1-charge-pump-current-nA = <10000>;

		/* PLL2 config */
		adi,pll2-ndiv-a-cnt = <0>;
		adi,pll2-ndiv-b-cnt = <25>;
		adi,pll2-vco-diff-m1 = <4>;
		adi,pll2-r1-div = <2>;
		adi,pll2-n2-div = <25>;
		adi,pll2-charge-pump-current-nA = <805000>;

		/* SYSREF config */
		adi,sysref-src = <SYSREF_SRC_INTERNAL>;
		adi,sysref-k-div = <20>;

		adi,rpole2 = <RPOLE2_900_OHM>;
		adi,rzero = <RZERO_3250_OHM>;
		adi,cpole1 = <CPOLE1_16_PF>;

		ad9528_0_c8: channel@8 {
			reg = <8>;
			adi,extended-name = "ADC1";
			adi,driver-mode = <DRIVER_MODE_LVDS>;
			adi,divider-phase = <0>;
			adi,channel-divider = <1>;
			adi,signal-source = <SOURCE_VCO>;
		};

		ad9528_0_c9: channel@9 {
			reg = <9>;
			adi,extended-name = "ADC1-sysref";
			adi,driver-mode = <DRIVER_MODE_LVDS>;
			adi,divider-phase = <0>;
			adi,channel-divider = <1>;
			adi,signal-source = <SOURCE_SYSREF_VCO>;
		};
	};
};
resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/iio-pll/ad9528.txt · Last modified: 19 Jan 2018 10:16 by aardelean