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  1. Hi, I have recently instantiated XADC in my block design in Vivado and connected Vaux14 as single channel, unipolar. I read voltages through IIO driver in Xilinx Linux. When I read internal voltages and temperatures, everything seems to be fine. However, when I try to measure voltage of battery (0.8 V) by connecting it to N15 and N16 (PMODs wired up with Vaux14 input), I get rather unsatisfactory results. Reading raw value and dividing it with 4096 I'm supposed to get real voltage, but I get stable value around 1300, which makes only around 0.3 after division. When I connect battery with lower voltage, I get lower value, but still not correct. Signal generator gives incorrect value as well. Am I missing something, what prevents me from getting expected results? Thanks for replies.