We have some questions on Audio Sink Timing in ASCC.
- As 1st RF frame pulse is generated by “sync word”, how is 2nd RF frame pulse generated for reading 2nd AUDIOSINK_PHASE_CNT for measuring audio sink cycles? Is it generated by “sync word” of 2nd packet in 2nd interval time or it is still be generated by 1st interval time? If it is still from 1st interval time, what root cause is it generated or there is 2nd sync word placed near ending byte of 1st packet?
- For AUDIOSINK_CFG register, we can set it to 1 ~ 16. How do we set its value. May we say if the data packet is longer, we set bigger value while short packet does smaller value. For example, whether the payload is 300 bytes with value = 16 while the payload is 20 bytes with value = 2. Is it possible to occur that the longer payload tranmitted time is larger than 16 audio sink cycles’ time set at AUDIOSINK_CFG = 16 (max) so that ASCC only measures the partial packet data, not a complete one? What result will it happen? Thanks for your feedback.