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first give reset mode command to modem . like cold mode,hot mode. if still not getting location . you have to give power supply to your antenna . short vbat pin with vant pin .
A snapshot of your circuit would have helped. Generally when you are placing a wire in Altium, a red cross appears at the location where the wire can be connected/terminated. Failing that, deleted the transistor and place it again making sure all pins are terminated.
Good afternoon all! I need to identify a port. 129573 Port: 14-pin (left) Cable: Ribbon ("Portron MV41GXFA_FPCB_R04 D1546" front "PFBR03" back) Device: Fingerprint Reader (Synaptics WBDI) location: on Intel(R) Serial IO SPI Controller (Windows 10 Device Manager) System: Intel x5-z8500 Pock
Good afternoon all! I need to identify a port. 129572 Port: 14-pin (left) Cable: Ribbon ("Portron MV41GXFA_FPCB_R04 D1546" front "PFBR03" back) Device: Fingerprint Reader (Synaptics WBDI) location: on Intel(R) Serial IO SPI Controller (Windows 10 Device Manager) System: Intel x5-z8500 Pock
The "Quartus II Scripting Reference Manual" has examples how to enumerate various global assignments. I'm sure it could be used to achieve what you want. location assignments are not only pin assignments, b.t.w.
analyze cell displacement during legalization. This could happen , when during placement optimization, EDA tool can meet timing by sizing / adding cells. however during legalization of those cells, EDA tool may not find a nearest legal location to place those cells. This may be due to local cell density /pin density / local congestion. hence these
I once had our CAD dude write one, I believe keyed off a pin polygon placed at the center during layout. I don't have any SKILL skills myself, and the workstation ended up going back to the company when I left.... If pads are always rectangular it's a matter of picking the corner coordinates and averaging, per pad. Non-ortho shapes would
You are quoting Quartus help for a warning like Critical Warning (169085): No exact pin location assignment(s) for 2 pins of 2 total pinsIf this is the only warning, your design apparently compiled correctly. What are you trying to achieve? If you're compiling a FPGA design for a development board, it's (...)
Would you please let me know how to find such report? Should be possible with CALIBRE's extract tool, s. here: ############################################################# ## ## ## C A L I B R E
Hi, It's my first time to use this debugging feature but I can't seem to make it work. I'm using MPLAB ICD 3 and 16-bit 28-pin demo baord (DM300027) for the dspic33fj16gs502. My configuration bits are as follows: _FOSCSEL(FNOSC_FRC) // Select Internal FRC _FOSC(FCKSM_CSECMD & OSCIOFNC_ON) // Select Oscillator I/O function _FWDT(FWDT
The SCL/SDA pins are actually pins A5 and A4 and not A2/A3, you can see the pin names printed on the back side of the board. The location of these pins can't be changes because that it the location where the mcu output the I2C peripheral, the only alternative is to use a software I2C if you want.
am using DS1307 RTC chip , after 1 or 2 days time is not changing , it is on same state , eg :5:59 pm, it is not incrementing , still same time even after 5hrs , and at this time Xtel pin is always DC voltage there is no sine wae at Xtel pin , i think Osscilator is in off state , when we are trying to write 0x00 in 0th location , it will (...)
For all the footprints that you define in Altium, you can always set reference. To set reference for a particular footprint that you are editing in pcb footprint editor, you can issue one of the following commands from following menu: Edit > Set Reference > pin 1 Edit > Set Reference > Center Edit > Set Reference > location The first command "
It is a simple tool, very useful in a lab, inspired by kit jabel j-47. It allows the location of faults in the low and high frequency tracks. The PCB was cut in the shape of the probe, and a pin of multimeter measurement proble wa
footprint is a summary of (cell width/heigth) plus (cell pin location and geometry) plus (cell metal polygons geometry). If two cells have the same width/heigth, the same pin geometry and all other metal polygons are the same, it means these two cells have equivalent footprint. It is needed, when you do want to replace one cell for another (...)
hi guys, I assign pin assignment for Altera FPGA Cyclone IV then this Error Message occur: Error: Cannot place pin ovMemBa to location B3 Error: Can't place VREF pin B5 (VREFGROUP_B8_N1) for pin ovMemBa of type output with SSTL-18 Class I I/O standard at location B3 Error: (...)
Hi, all Just received a ADC chip AD7606 from Analog. there are two dots on the component, one is slightly bigger than the other, and they are in diagonal. no other pin mark. I have already checked the data sheet, there is only one dot on the schematic pin out in data sheet. How can I tell which one is pin 1? The small dot? 63
I am creating a Tracker which sends GPS location to Server Through GSM after every 15seconds. In which i am getting string from a GPS Module (Holux M-89) and sending this string through GSM Module (SIM300DZ). I connected the GPS TX pin to RX of PIC18f452 and GSM RX to TX of IC18F452. GPS Module work on baud rate of 4800 and GSM Module Work on ba
You can assign the peripherals such as SPI, UART, PWM to be on any of the pins labelled RPxx - you are not restricted to just one location like on the older chips. I think the ones marked RPIxx can only be used as peripheral inputs, not outputs. There should be a list in the manual of which are available for inputs and which are outputs. Keith
Hi Guys, I am running IR analysis. I have added pads all around my square chip. The IR map that I am getting shows a large red circle (indicating high IR drop) in the middle of the chip. When I had pads only on the top and bottom, I got a red squished football like shape in the middle of the chip. My chip also has VDD and VSS follow pins running