Customer required to provide the MC9S08LL16 peak-to-peak amplitude of oscillation parameter and the test method.
Sorry, do you mean the Vpp for an external crystal signal?
If this is the case
When configured to use an external crystal, the oscillator circuit works in a different way than a GPIO and it depends on the configuration used to determine the voltage levels that you should see in these pins. For example, if you are not using the High Gain Oscillator bit (HGO = 0) you should see a value between EXTAL and XTAL of around 1 Volt peak to peak (Vpp). It is important to mention that the way to measure these signals is in a differential mode and it is good to know that you have an active probe with such a load capacitance because that's a typical issue that customers face when trying to measure these signals. If the HGO bit is set, then you usually see a value of VDD between these two pins, and in many cases, you have to add a serial resistor (Rs) to the oscillator circuit to avoid a crystal override.
I recommend you that you check the application note AN3208 “Crystal Oscillator Troubleshooting Guide” you can find this application note on the following link:
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Yes,customer wants to know the Vpp for an external crystal signal such as kinetis mcu.
Please see below we can find the Vpp parameter in KL13 datasheet but no such parameter can be found in LL16 datasheet.