AN-1070: Программирование AD9833/AD9834 (Rev. 0) PDF

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Programming the AD9833/AD9834
by Liam Riordan
INTRODUCTION
outputs while the AD9833 is being initialized, the RESET bit
should be set to 1 until the part is ready to begin generating
an output. The RESET bit does not reset the phase, frequency,
or control register. These registers will contain invalid data,
and, therefore, should be set to a known value by the user.
The RESET bit should then be set to 0 to begin generating an
output. The data appears on the DAC output eight MCLK
cycles after RESET is set to 0.
This application note describes how to program a sinusoidal
waveform on the output of the AD9833/AD9834 parts. The
sequence involves entering reset mode, entering data into the
Freq0 register, and exiting reset mode.
PROGRAMMING THE AD9833/AD9834
When the AD9833/AD9834 is powered up, the part should
be reset. This resets appropriate internal registers to 0 to
provide an analog output of midscale. To avoid spurious DAC
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
AVDD
AGND
DGND
DVDD
REFOUT
CAP/2.5V
REGULATOR
MCLK
VCC
2.5V
ON-BOARD
REFERENCE
FULL-SCALE
CONTROL
FSELECT
28-BIT FREQ0
REG
PHASE
ACCUMULATOR
(28-BIT)
MUX
28-BIT FREQ1
REG
Σ
12
FS ADJUST
SIN
ROM
10-BIT
DAC
MUX
COMP
IOUT
IOUTB
MSB
12-BIT PHASE0 REG
12-BIT PHASE1 REG
MUX
MUX
DIVIDED
BY 2
16-BIT CONTROL
REGISTER
MUX
SIGN BIT OUT
SERIAL INTERFACE
AND
CONTROL LOGIC
COMPARATOR
VIN
FSYNC
SCLK
SDATA
PSELECT
SLEEP RESET
Figure 1. AD9834 Functional Block Diagram
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Introduction ...................................................................................... 1 Functional Block Diagram ...............................................................1 Programming the AD9833/AD9834 .............................................. 1 More on Programming the AD9833/AD9834...............................3 Rev. 0 | Page 2 of 4
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MORE ON PROGRAMMING THE AD9833/AD9834
Command Sequence Explained
A simple example is the best method to explain how to
program the AD9833/ AD9834. Refer to the AD9833 or the
AD9834 data sheet for more details.
0x2100—Control Register
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Basic Example
The aim is to generate a 400 Hz output frequency using the
AD9833 with a 25 MHz MCLK.
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The dial-up code for this is defined by the equation
FreqReg =
0x50C7—Frequency Register 0 LSB
f OUT × 2 28
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f MCLK
Thus, for this example, Freq 0 = 400 Hz.
FreqReg =
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400 Hz × 2 28
25 MHz
= 4295 decimal = 0x10C7 = 0001 0000 1100 0111
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Table 1.
Binary
0010 0001 0000 0000
0101 0000 1100 0111
0100 0000 0000 0000
1100 0000 0000 0000
0010 0000 0000 0000
DB15 and DB14 are set to 0 and 1, respectively, which is
the Frequency Register 0 address.
The remaining 14 bits are the 14 LSBs of data:
0x10C7 = 01 0000 1100 0111
0x4000—Frequency Register 0 MSB
The required initialization sequence is shown in Table 1.
Hexadecimal
0x2100
0x50C7
0x4000
0xC000
0x2000
DB13 is set to 1. This allows a complete word to be loaded
into a frequency register in two consecutive writes. The
first write contains 14 LSBs. The second write contains
14 MSBs.
RESET bit DB8 is set to 1. This resets internal registers to
0, which corresponds to an analog output of midscale.
DB15 and DB14 are set to 0 and 1, respectively, which is
the Frequency Register 0 address.
The remaining 14 bits are the 14 MSBs of data and are all
0s in this case.
0xC000—Phase Register 0
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DB15, DB14, and DB13 are set to 110, with DB12 set to
don’t care (X), respectively, which is the address for Phase
Register 0.
The remaining 12 bits are the data bits and are all 0s in
this case.
0x2000—Exit Reset
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A signal appears at the output of the DAC seven MCLK
cycles after RESET is set to 0.
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