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September 2013
October 2013

2013-09-11 »

The ID (internal delay) setting has three control bits:

1. Override hardware default setting: enabled by default. (What!?)

2. Disable 2ns delay feature: disabled by default.  (Ok, though the negative phrasing makes this confusing.)

3. Bypass 2ns delay feature: enabled by default.  (Errr....)

So by default it is not-disabled, so the delay function is on.  But bypassed.  And the hardware defaults are irrelevant; to use them, your software has to explicitly disable the software override.

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