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Entry  Tue May 26 11:10:27 2020, xggg, Domino wave 
    Reply  Tue May 26 12:44:16 2020, Stefan Ritt, Domino wave Screenshot_2020-05-26_at_12.43.40_.png
Message ID: 791     Entry time: Tue May 26 12:44:16 2020     In reply to: 790
Author: Stefan Ritt 
Subject: Domino wave 

Look at the attached picture. For simplicity, only 4 cells are open and tracking the input signal. Time is flowing from top to bottom. So initially, a train of 4 cells is open. When it's stopped, the train stops not immediately, but kind of "runs against a wall" at the stop cell. So each cell is open for four time ticks effectively, and you can use all 1024 cells. 

 

xggg wrote:

Hi Stefan,

According to the datasheet DRS_rev09, the write signal is always 16 cells wide. So when the domino wave runs in infinite mode and be stopped by setting DENABLE low , there are always 16 cells capicitors tracking the input signal . It means that the effective sample cells is 1024-16=1008? That's confusing. 

 

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