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184.108.40.206. Serial loopback
To run the hardware test, connect the transmitter output pin to receiver input pin directly. To validate whether RX is locked to the signal and receive the video data correctly, the on-board LEDs are used to display the RX status.
- For Agilex I-series SoC Development Kit and more details on LEDs status, refer to the Intel Agilex I-Series SoC Development Kit User LEDs Figure and the D3-D5 LED status and its video standard on Agilex I-series SoC Development Kit Table.
You may also connect an SDI signal analyzer to the transmitter output pin to view the generated image.
Figure 24. Intel Agilex I-Series SoC Development Kit User LEDs
|D2, D4, D6||Indicate the receiver video standard.|
|D8||Shows the slower version of TX transceiver parallel clock.|
|D7||Shows the slower version of RX transceiver parallel clock.|
|D1||Illuminates when align_locked signal is asserted.|
|D3||Illuminates when trs_locked signal is asserted|
|D5||Illuminates when frame_locked signal is asserted.|
|D2, D4, D6||Video standard|
|010||3G Level B 10-bit Multiplex|
|011||3G Level A 10-bit Multiplex|
|100||6G 10-bit Multiplex Type 2|
|101||6G 10-bit Multiplex Type 1|
|110||12G 10-bit Multiplex Type 2|
|111||12G 10-bit Multiplex Type 1|
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