Silicon Labs UG329 User's Guide

Silicon Labs UG329 User's Guide
UG329: Si5332-8IX-EVB User's Guide
The Si5332-8IX-EVB is used for evaluating the Si5332-GM2 grade E, F, G or H embedded crystal Low Jitter Any-Frequency Clock Generator. The Si5332-GM2 grade E, F, G
or H embedded crystal uses the patented MultisynthTM technology to generate up to
eight independent clock frequencies each with 0 ppm synthesis error. The Si5332-8IXEVB has two independent input clocks. The Si5332-8IX-EVB can be controlled and configured using the Clock Builder Pro™ (CB Pro™) software tool.
EVB FEATURES
• Powered from USB port or external power
supply.
• Embedded 50 MHz XTAL allows free-run
mode of operation on the Si5332 or up to 2
input clocks for synchronous clocking.
• CBPro™ GUI programmable VDD supply
allows device to operate from 3.3, 2.5, or
1.8 V.
• CBPro GUI programmable VDDO supplies
allow each of the 10 outputs to have its
own power supply voltage selectable from
3.3, 2.5, or 1.8 V.
• CBPro GUI-controlled voltage, current, and
power measurements of VDD and all
VDDO supplies.
• SMA connectors for input and output
clocks.
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Functional Block Diagram
1. Functional Block Diagram
C8051F380
MCU
+
Peripherals
VDDO_E
VDDO_D
VDDO_B
VDDO_C
+5V EXT
VDDO_A
Ext +5 V
connector
VDD_DIG
+5V USB
VDD_XTAL
Main USB
connector
VDDA
Below is a functional block diagram of the Si5332-8IX-EVB. This EVB can be connected to a PC via the main USB connector for programming, control and monitoring. See section 5. Installing ClockBuilderPro (CBPro) Desktop Software for more information.
I2C i/f
Si5332E-GM2
Output clocks
GPIO inputs
Input clock
Figure 1.1. Si5332-8IX-EVB Functional Block Diagram
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Si5332 CBPro™
2. Si5332 CBPro™
The Si5332 is intended to be part of the CBPro software and this initial software release “showcases” that trait. This software contains:
1. An EVB GUI that communicates and controls the EVB by allowing the user to set VDD supplies.
2. The ability to modify frequency plan (from the starting point CBPro file provided with this limited release) from an existing CBPro
file.
Figure 2.1. CBPro Start Screen
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Si5332-8IX-EVB Schematics
3. Si5332-8IX-EVB Schematics
The schematic and layout files are provided here: schematics and layouts.
Please review the files, especially the DUT page, in order to get familiar with using the EVB through CBPro™.
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Si5332 CBPro™ EVB GUI
4. Si5332 CBPro™ EVB GUI
The EVB GUI can be used to communicate the part for register access:
The first page shows the board's identity.
Figure 4.1. Board ID Page
The other pages for for register access, VDD control, and GPIO control.
Figure 4.2. Register Access
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Installing ClockBuilderPro (CBPro) Desktop Software
5. Installing ClockBuilderPro (CBPro) Desktop Software
To install the CBOPro software on any Windows 7 (or above) PC:
Go to https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/clockbuilder-pro-software and download ClockBuilderPro software.
Both installation instructions and User’s Guide for ClockBuilderPro can be found at this link. Follow the instructions as indicated.
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ClockBuilder Pro
One-click access to Timing tools,
documentation, software, source
code libraries & more. Available for
Windows and iOS (CBGo only).
www.silabs.com/CBPro
Timing Portfolio
www.silabs.com/timing
SW/HW
www.silabs.com/CBPro
Quality
www.silabs.com/quality
Support and Community
community.silabs.com
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