1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 9, 2014 7:18 AM by mon2

    How do I get a 49.152 MHz clock signal out of the Galileo board. The only solution that I was able to figure out is to replace the 25 MHz crystal with a 24,576 MHz part and use the SD_CLK. Would this make my PCIe connection not working with the Intel Dual

    sinsin

      How do I get a 49.152 MHz clock signal out of the Galileo board. The only solution that I was able to figure out is to replace the 25 MHz crystal with a 24,576 MHz part and use the SD_CLK. Would this make my PCIe connection not working with the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC adapters? The adapter is my one and only PCIe device.