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IMXRT1024 CCM Clock Observability Output

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Lukas_Frank
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Hi all,

 

I am on my project to do configurations of clock connections. I did not fully understand function of CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2 signals. 

Reference Manual says :

14.2.1 Features

Selects clock signals to output on CCM_CLKO onto the pads for observability.

What observability means us here? For example I have two active clock that I used in my system (i.e. GPT and QTMR) at the same time. What kind of things will I observe from these CCM signals (CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2)

 

Thanks and Regards.

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply.
Q1: What if there is not a Clock Observability Output? So, what is the advantages of it? What kind of parameters is exist that we can observe from an oscilloscope?
-- After mentioned above, we can select some clock sources to output via the CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2 pins, then use the oscilloscope to observe them check their frequency is the expected value.
Q2: Which document and program did you use to see that figure?
Hope it helps.
-- The above figure is the screenshot of the MCUXpresso Config Tools which provides a graphical representation of the MCU clock tree system and interactive user controls as well as assistance with system fine-tuning.
Have a great day,
TIC

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,
Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and for the opportunity to serve you.
1)What observability means us here? For example I have two active clock that I used in my system (i.e. GPT and QTMR) at the same time. What kind of things will I observe from these CCM signals (CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2)
-- Just as the below figure shows, we can select some clock sources to output via the CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2 pins, then use the oscilloscope to observe them.

jeremyzhou_0-1625110440384.png

Hope it helps.
Have a great day,
TIC

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Lukas_Frank
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Hi Dear @jeremyzhou ,

 

Q1: What if there is not a Clock Observability Output? So, what is the advantages of it? What kind of parameters are exist that we can observe from oscilloscope?

Q2: Which document and program did you use to see that figure?

 

Thanks and Regards.

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jeremyzhou
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply.
Q1: What if there is not a Clock Observability Output? So, what is the advantages of it? What kind of parameters is exist that we can observe from an oscilloscope?
-- After mentioned above, we can select some clock sources to output via the CCM_CLKO1 and CCM_CLKO2 pins, then use the oscilloscope to observe them check their frequency is the expected value.
Q2: Which document and program did you use to see that figure?
Hope it helps.
-- The above figure is the screenshot of the MCUXpresso Config Tools which provides a graphical representation of the MCU clock tree system and interactive user controls as well as assistance with system fine-tuning.
Have a great day,
TIC

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