Q68 netwrok port hardware

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FrancoisLanciault
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Re: Q68 netwrok port hardware

Postby FrancoisLanciault » Wed May 20, 2020 3:31 pm

Derek_Stewart wrote:Hi,

There needs to be a switch on the connector


There is.


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Re: Q68 netwrok port hardware

Postby FrancoisLanciault » Thu May 21, 2020 3:17 pm

Peter wrote:That's correct in inactive state (Bit 0 = 0). When you pull the line high, it should change.


It does. When I apply 3.3V to the QLnet pin, the value becomes 57.

Let's wait for the BAT43.


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Re: Q68 netwrok port hardware

Postby Peter » Tue Jun 02, 2020 3:32 pm

FrancoisLanciault wrote:
Peter wrote:That's correct in inactive state (Bit 0 = 0). When you pull the line high, it should change.


It does. When I apply 3.3V to the QLnet pin, the value becomes 57.

Let's wait for the BAT43.

SInce your test proved that your Q68 FPGA has not been damaged, I would not expect much from replacing the diodes. Did you check their polarity, by the way?



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