GP Files for examples Found in PDF version of the CookBook

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adiab
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GP Files for examples Found in PDF version of the CookBook

Hi,

Could technical support provide a link to download the application examples provided in the GreenPack PDF CookBook. https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/sites/default/files/greenpak_cookbook_january_2019.pdf

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SLG46537V
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Hi Amine,

Hi Amine,

there is a link to Web-version of CookBook (CookBook, last page - Associated GreenPAK Designer Files)

https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/greenpak-cookbook

Navigating through the website please find the design you are looking for and at the bottom of the page press a GP-file link.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks and regards,

Pavlo

adiab
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Hi, Thank you for answering,

Hi, Thank you for answering, I read the online version, however only a select few example have GP files! not all, I am specifically interested in the Preset Pulse Generator Design, could you kindly provide a GP file.

Michael Quinn
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Amine,

Amine,

Hello, my name is Michael Quinn and I am the Dialog FAE covering the Eastern US and Eastern Canada.  Attached is a design file for the circuit in the Cookbook that you are referencing.  The preset number of pulses is the value in CNT3/DLY3 + 2.  Unzip the file and open it.  You can then press Debug at the top of the Development Software screen and in the Simulation Window that pops up to the right you can then "Start Simulation".  All of the parameters are setup already and the results should show you all of the associated waveforms.  Please note that the design file for this technique may not be an “off-the-shelf” solution to map directly into your device.  The parameters and design may need to be adjusted to ensure there is no errant behavior when integrated into your solution.  Take a look and let us know if you have any questions.  You can also email me directly at:  michael.quinn@diasemi.com

Thanks,

Mike