Performance Pak High-Speed Receiver Board

A high-speed receiver board assembly is also required when using LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling) connectivity. This board is a counterpart to the high-speed driver board assembly in the MPLAB® REAL ICE™ In-Circuit Emulator. When the driver is active on the pod, the receiver is active in the receiver board. Alternatively, when the driver is active on the receiver board, the corresponding receiver is active in the driver board, providing transmitting and receiving capability at both ends. The receiver board contains an 8-pin, 0.100 inch centers header, and is used to connect to the target board or a debug header. The receiver board circuitry may be implemented on the target system to avoid using the receiver board.

Figure 1: Modular Connectors Pinout of High-Speed Receiver Board


Figure 2: 8-Pin Header Pinout of High-Speed Receiver Board


* Optional Serial Clock/Data and Trace Clock/Data. See SPI Trace.

Figure 3: Receiver Board Schematic – ICSPDAT


Figure 4: Receiver Board Schematic – ICSPCLK


Figure 5: Receiver Board Schematic – DAT and CLK

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