Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of HardwareUsersGuides/ClockBoard_v1.1


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    44== WARP Clock Board ==
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    77The WARP Clock Board is designed to provide the clock signals for all parts of a wireless design. It contains two sections. The first provides reference clocks for WARP radio boards. The second provides clocks for FPGA logic and analog converters. Both sections have the option of accepting their clock input fron an on-board temperature compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) or via an off-board connector. The latter option allows multiple WARP nodes to share common clocks for beamforming or multi-FPGA applicaitons.
     
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    1111=== Sampling & Logic Clocks ===
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    14 Please see [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/ClockBoard_v1.0/Connectors Connectors] for a guide to the connectors in this section.
     14Please see [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/ClockBoard_v1.1/Connectors Connectors] for a guide to the connectors in this section.
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    1717=== Radio Reference Clocks ===
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    20 Please see [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/ClockBoard_v1.0/Connectors Connectors] for a guide to the connectors in this section.
     20Please see [wiki:HardwareUsersGuides/ClockBoard_v1.1/Connectors Connectors] for a guide to the connectors in this section.