This page will assist you in learning about your PTN3816EVM Evaluation Board.
The NXP analog product development boards provide an easy-to-use platform for evaluating NXP products. The boards support a range of analog, mixed-signal and power solutions. They incorporate monolithic integrated circuits and system-in-package devices that use proven high-volume technology. NXP products offer longer battery life, a smaller form factor, reduced component counts, lower cost, and improved performance in powering state-of-the-art systems.
This page will guide you through the process of setting up and using the PTN3816EVM evaluation board.
The PTN3816EVM contents include:
This evaluation board requires a Windows PC workstation. Meeting these minimum specifications should produce great results when working with this evaluation board.
The PTN3816EVM board is designed to be redrive DisplayPort signal outputs from a host graphics card, and to interface with a DisplayPort monitor or a DP-to-HDMI level shifter on the other side. There is a row of DIP switches on the EVM that can change PTN3816’s equalizer, output swing linearity and flat gain settings of redriver channels.
The evaluation board’s power is supplied from a micro-USB connector, and an on-board LDO converts 5.0 V input to both 3.3 V and 1.8 V. 3.3 V is only used to provide power to downstream cable or level shifter dongle. 1.8 V is used for PTN3816.
Overview of the PTN3816EVM evaluation board.
The PTN3816 evaluation board should be powered with a 5.0 V power
supply using a MicroUSB cable (
connector on the left side of the board (
as “TO HOST”) should be connected to a PC’s graphics card through a
DisplayPort Cable. DisplayPort connector on the right side of the
J402, marked as “TO Monitor”) can connect to one
of the following for evaluation purposes:
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