Forum: GNU Radio I/O lines standards

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Ac4295e98c43816f3b186d069dd12b5a?d=identicon&s=25 Don Latham (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 22:19
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I'm just checking so's I don't destroy my USRP mboard. The I/O lines
such
as io_tx_13 etc. that are available on the flex 2400's seem to go
straight
to the Cyclone FPGA. If that's the case, are they set to LVCMOS or
LVTTL?
And, is the voltage used 3.3 V? I think I read the answer on the
schematics, but I need to check!
Thanks, All.


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3596cfe1d579c65b9babd35e8787977c?d=identicon&s=25 Matt Ettus (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 22:30
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Don Latham wrote:
> I'm just checking so's I don't destroy my USRP mboard. The I/O lines such
> as io_tx_13 etc. that are available on the flex 2400's seem to go straight
> to the Cyclone FPGA. If that's the case, are they set to LVCMOS or LVTTL?
> And, is the voltage used 3.3 V? I think I read the answer on the
> schematics, but I need to check!
> Thanks, All.
>
>


They go straight to the FPGA.  They are 3.3V CMOS.  Don't pull more than
about 5mA.

Matt
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