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RDobk
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NCO IP Core Reset_N and CLKEN functions

Hi,

 

What are the requirements for Reset_N and CLKEN timing?

  1. Is there any minimal width for RESET_N in terms of clock cycles?
  2. Should assertion of CLKEN always precede the RESET_N de-assertion (reset release)? if so, by how many clock cycles?
  3. Are there any additional requirements for timing for RESET_N (e.g. should it de-assertion be synchronized to the clock of the NCO)?

 

Thank you!

--Reuven.

 

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Rahul_S_Intel1
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Hi,

I am requesting to go through the below document, and in that if you are

 

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/ug/ug_nco.pdf

The RESET_N signals are asynchronous signal.

 

 

RDobk
Beginner
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Hi, I am familiar with this document. Unfortunately, it does not answer my questions: 1. Is there any minimal width for RESET_N in terms of clock cycles? 2. Should assertion of CLKEN always precede the RESET_N de-assertion (reset release)? if so, by how many clock cycles? 3. Are there any additional requirements for timing for RESET_N (e.g. should it de-assertion be synchronized to the clock of the NCO)? In the lab, I observe that Enabling the NCO after reset de-assertion has a non-deterministic effect on the NCO output – after such reset the NCO initial delay (reset/Clken -> DV_OUT) is non deterministic. Thus the questions is, what is the correct order/way to reset and then leave the reset for the NCO. Best regards, --Reuven.