We are working on a project based on the USBizi chip and are using a Panda II as the prototyping platform.
Now that we are designing the custom board, it would be very convenient if we can place a 16MHz crystal we have used in other products. Since timings are very important in this project, I want to have it working at the original 72Mhz.
My concern is if there is time-critical stuff that will prevent the CLR from starting if the processor oscillator is off for a while.
So, my question is, will I be able to get to the stage of reconfiguring the PLL at the begginning of my .NET code and obtain the CPU rate of 72MHz?
I know I can get to the required registers from .NET (or even, if it proved more practical, from RLP, since the firmware already does some tasks at that level).