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Chelladurai
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Version: ** Question:What are the MIPI data type IDs supported by CX3? Answer: The data type ID field indicates the type of HS packet received by the... Show More
ArunKumarChoul
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Version: ** Question: What is the difference between the "Load Volatile Configuration Register" command and the "Read Volatile Configuration Register... Show More
ArunKumarChoul
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Version: ** Question: Infineon has the latest 45-nm SEMPER NOR flash with HyperBus interface (S26HL-T and S26HS-T series), which can support legacy S... Show More
ArunKumarChoul
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Version: ** Dynamic Protection Bits are volatile and unique for each sector and can be individually modified. By issuing the DYB Write command, a DYB... Show More
ArunKumarChoul
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Version: ** Question1: What is the default I/O drive strength of FX3/FX3S and how can it be configured? Answer:As mentioned in section 10.4.4 of the FX3 TRM... Show More
ArunKumarChoul
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Version: ** Question: How do you test USB Host and USB OTG examples of FX3 SDK? Answer: The USB Host and USB OTG examples of the FX3 SDK (Path: FX3 ... Show More
ChaitanyaV_61
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Version: ** EZ-PD™ PMG1 (Power Delivery Microcontroller Gen1) is a family of high-voltage USB Power Delivery (USB PD) microcontrollers (MCU). These c... Show More
ChaitanyaV_61
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Version: ** Capture and analysis of USB Power Delivery  packets transmitted over Configuration Channels (CC) lines is a very useful method to debug f... Show More
ChaitanyaV_61
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Author: SananyaM_56           Version: ** This KBA explains how to add USB 2.0 data capability in applications which use EZ-PD PMG1 (Power Delivery M... Show More
ChaitanyaV_61
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Version: ** EZ-PD PMG1 (Power Delivery Microcontroller Gen1) is a family of high-voltage USB-C power delivery (PD) microcontrollers. PMG1 can be empl... Show More