Understanding daughterboard python code

Hi All,

I am trying to understand something from the daughterboard python code.
In
flex daughterboards there are IO pins which switch between reception and
transmission. I can find the set_atr_* functions which are for
controlling
this automatically based on the FIFO status. But what if I want do it
manually what function do I use then ?

In usrp_basic.h there is a function _write_oe. Before that function is
said
“This register is initialized based on a value stored in the EEPROM”. I
can’t find where in the code the corresponding EEPROM read ?

BR/
Per Z.

On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:36:24PM +0200, Per Z. wrote:

Hi All,

I am trying to understand something from the daughterboard python code. In
flex daughterboards there are IO pins which switch between reception and
transmission. I can find the set_atr_* functions which are for controlling
this automatically based on the FIFO status. But what if I want do it
manually what function do I use then ?

write_io

In usrp_basic.h there is a function _write_oe. Before that function is said
“This register is initialized based on a value stored in the EEPROM”. I
can’t find where in the code the corresponding EEPROM read ?

It was never implemented. At the present time the _oe state is set in
the daughterboard constructor.

Eric

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