Intel® MAX® 10 Analog to Digital Converter User Guide

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Date 5/04/2021

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Document Table of Contents Sample Storage Core

The sample storage core stores the ADC sampling data in the on-chip RAM. The sample storage core stores the ADC samples data based on conversion sequence slots instead of ADC channels.

For example, if you sample a sequence of CH1, CH2, CH1, CH3, CH1, and then CH4, the ADC sample storage core stores the channel sample data in the same RAM entry sequence. This means that CH1 sample data will be in the first, third, and fifth RAM entries; one for each sequence slot.

The sample storage core asserts IRQ when it completes receipt of a sample block. You can disable the IRQ assertion during run time using the interrupt enable register (IER) of the sample storage core. If you disable IRQ assertion, you must create polling methods in your design to determine the complete receipt of a sample block.

The sample storage core has a single clock domain.

Figure 19. Sample Storage Core High-Level Block Diagram